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Yes however, you must subscribe to your choice of hulu, netflix, and Amazon if you are willing to pay less then 10 dollars per month. The T.V. comes with a free Netflix membership. Also, if you are an Amazon Prime member you have free access to their video library. I do not have cable or sattlite instead, I get my local channels with an antenna and pay $7.99 for hulu. Hope this helps.
Can this t.v access home network to access music or video stored on a N.A.S. or anther p.c.? Jul 30, 2014
I know this is an old question but I'll answer this for everyone asking the same question. Yes it can... but you need to run a DLNA / Mediashare server app on your NAS or PC. Win XP, 7, 8: needs Windows Media Connect. Linux: you'll need to install MiniDLNA or Rygel or similar. After the server app is installed and configured, you can browse and play the shared media files from the TV through the "Media Share" app on the LG TV. I recently bought this TV and haven't found concise how-to info anywhere so I've researched and figured it out on my own. I hope I've provided helpful info.
Yes it does.
Does this TV actually have a refresh rate of 120 Hz? I know it says so on this amazon page but there are nothing on the LG website about it Aug 6, 2014
Hi Lori, yes the tv refresh rate it's 120Hz, I could not be any more happy with this tv, the quality of the imagines are absolutely awesome it really it's a great buy.
It is good Led for Ps4 ?What about the input lag? Apr 16, 2014
I dont think the tv has bad motion blur at all. At least not for a LCD. As a matter of fact its the best I've ever seen. But at all LCDs have motion blur its part of the tech. But its the best at handle motion blur I've ever seen. I dont think you will even notice it. As for inout lag, i am not sensitive to tv input lag, so i cant tell.
Poll. I'd love your opinions. Should I buy this this LB6300 or the LN5700? Same price for the 42" May 12, 2014
If you want a good technical review of both, check out Rtings.com. They reviewed the LN5700 last year and will have their review up of the LB6300 tomorrow. The review of the LB5800 series is already up and there are noticeable differences between that series and the LN5700 in terms of motion blur, uniformity, and bright room performance. All are important elements in terms of picture quality, and grey uniformity is particularly important if you want to minimize the "dirty screen effect" inherent to many LCD panel TVs (of course this can vary within the same model unit as well). If the review is similar for the LB6300 series as it is for the LB5800 series, I also think the LB6300 series is the easy choice unless your biggest concern is how it performs in a bright or sunlit room. Hope this helps.
Does this TV have a full web browser just like on a laptop able to play videos that require html5 or flash? Jun 25, 2014
Sort of. I'm not sure what it is based on. I was trying to watch a streaming video on a web site, and the full screen button on the player wouldn't work.