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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Beautiful LED HDTV!!!, May 31, 2011
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This review is from: LG 37LV3500 37-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED-LCD HDTV (Electronics)
Absolutely beautiful, clear picture, and very thin panel(this was the reason that I bought this TV). I saw many review about the LG is using both IPS and Non-IPS panel, and stated something about outside the box 3500UA-CUSDxx, then this unit is a IPS panel? If someone can clarify where did you obtain this information? I can not find anything online about this? My unit is 3500UA-CULVLH, so what is that make my unit? Other than that, this is a very nice TV, I was hesitate to get this TV, but glad that I bought it. Very close to SAMSUNG (I still think SAMSUNG has the best TV on the market right now), but this TV is much better than SONY in regarding to picture and sound. This LG has a feature call PICTURE WIZARD, which will walk you step by step to show you how to calibrate your picture, I thought that was very nice. You can be able to view it at a different angels without worry about the clarity of the picture. The price on Amazon is very good, beside they will match price if you see somewhere has lower price. I did get a price adjustment for $60.00 after I bought it. Customer services at Amazon was very quick to verify and make the adjustment when I make the call.
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Initial post: Oct 1, 2011 11:47:04 PM PDT
Patrick Wolf says:
Samsung uses dynamic backlighting on most of their new TV's and it can't be turned off in the normal menu (have to go into service menu). By dynamically changing the brightness depending on the scene it gives the impression of greater contrast. However, it's at the expense of consistency because the change is too drastic and too often it's very noticeable. Samsung uses this feature so they don't have to spend time creating a TV that actually outperforms the competition. Most people are not bothered by it because they don't notice it. Personally I hate it and would much prefer a consistent picture.
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