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The term "LED" is a bit of a misnomer. All LED TV's are actually LCD TV's that use LED lights to backlight the screen. What are advertised as LCD TV's are LCD TV's that use flourescent lights to backlight the screen.
By elderpav on December 5, 2013
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It has 2 HDMI ports (I assume you mean these when you say HD port). It has one Component video port (this is where there are 3 parts of the video and 2 parts for audio) and one old style COAX port (this is the really old style where you screw in a cable like what comes from the cable company or your antenna from the ro… see more It has 2 HDMI ports (I assume you mean these when you say HD port). It has one Component video port (this is where there are 3 parts of the video and 2 parts for audio) and one old style COAX port (this is the really old style where you screw in a cable like what comes from the cable company or your antenna from the roof). It also looks like it has a fiber optic audio cable input. It does have an RCA cable input as Zack indicated. See page 51 in their manual how to use that. (That is one where there is one yellow video cable and a red/black cable for audio). However, almost every DVD out there in the past 10 years has component video available and if you have that, you should use that. The cables can be had here on Amazon very inexpensively. You can confirm you have that output by looking for a block of 5 outputs on the back of your player with colors green blue and red and another with red/white for the audio. Search here on Amazon for Component Video Cable and you'll see images of them. see less
By Tod-Michael on December 1, 2013
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Actually the sound is quite good... I rarely have to raise the sound over 15 and it goes up to 50... And if your cable box supports it, it does simulated surround... I hope this helps
By Indigoshawn on February 14, 2014
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It is not true. I bought it with the hope that was making a great deal. When I got the TV and I realized that it is not a 120hz I got mad. I live in Venezuela, I made a complaint to Amazon and they were able to pick it up in my country, however, I paid a delivery that they won't paid. Any way, I made a pro and cons bal… see more It is not true. I bought it with the hope that was making a great deal. When I got the TV and I realized that it is not a 120hz I got mad. I live in Venezuela, I made a complaint to Amazon and they were able to pick it up in my country, however, I paid a delivery that they won't paid. Any way, I made a pro and cons balance: Samsung has a real 120hz tv, but it is a smaller Tv. The price of this LG is an average of those at 60hz 47" TV. Also I have to say that this has a kind of software that make a soft blur in the image to compensated the 60hz rate.
If you want a 47" TV, it is ok. But if you are looking for a 120hz tv find another one.
I remember other thing: when it arrived, I saw the box and it don't show anything that said 120hz. That would be a characteristic very important to sale. Don't you think so?
I hope this honest review could help you to make a decision. see less

By Yesenia G. on April 23, 2014
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No. No Apps on this one
By Kevin W. on August 19, 2013
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Yes. That type of preset is available, but you can also adjust bass and treble independently. There's also balance, auto volume, virtual surround, and Clear Voice II (which I haven't used, but apparently it tries to boost vocal frequencies to make dialogue louder). You can also disable the TV speakers, which I didn't r… see more Yes. That type of preset is available, but you can also adjust bass and treble independently. There's also balance, auto volume, virtual surround, and Clear Voice II (which I haven't used, but apparently it tries to boost vocal frequencies to make dialogue louder). You can also disable the TV speakers, which I didn't realize until I looked just now.
Same sort of thing for the picture settings. There are presets but you can adjust backlight, contrast, brightness, sharpness, color, tint, color temperature, etc. And that's before getting into the "advanced" picture settings. There's also a pretty good calibration wizard if you don't like the defaults but aren't sure where to start with adjustments. see less

By stabbim on November 25, 2013
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You cannot natively watch Netflix; this is not a smart TV. You must connect some sort of device with Netflix capability.
By C. Mead on January 20, 2014
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Smart TV use internet connection to have apps such as Netflix. Smart Share can share screens with items such as your phone.
By Nick M on October 6, 2013