It’s hard to not be amazed by this LG Cinema Television. It is ridiculous thin for a TV that wide. In this article, we have a look at the technical specifications, pros, cons, and features of the LG Cinema Screen 47LM7600.
First, let’s review the features. The LG Cinema pub tv Screen 47LM7600 comes with some innovative features. For example, Magic Remote is a feature that allows you to control your television like a Nintendo Wii. You just need to point to the screen and your cursor will follow using the television sensors.
Like most televisions, the LG Cinema Screen 47LM7600 also comes with a smart share system. This allows you to easily browse files from external storage devices such as your laptop, cameras, and phones. You can even connect through Wi-Fi if your external device comes with such features.
In terms of the actual picture quality, you will be awed by how vibrant the colors are. Using the next generation 3D Technology, you can even experience cool 3D Movies like Avatar in your own home. With a high definition resolution of 1080p (the highest currently available), your picture will look extra crisp and sharp. There are several models for this TV. The best model available (LM9600) comes with a TruMotion technology of 480 Hz. Obviously, this is not as great as Plasma TVs and you may experience motion blurs once in a while. However, most if not all action scenes will appear clear.
As an ENERGY STAR qualified television, you will also save a lot of energy. When you check your electricity bill, you will be surprised by how much you saved, especially if you compare it with previous bills. So what did customers have to say about this television?
The first customer we interviewed was very pleased with the LG Cinema Screen 47LM7600. She was especially pleased with the stand which came with the TV. It was extremely durable and the television mounted without much issues. However, one issue the customer had with the LG Cinema Screen 47LM7600 was the screen matrix. She found it to be of low quality. What does this result in? A light and cloud effect for certain images. You can never miss this on a dark screen. That said, this issue did not really cause any huge problems with the overall television use.
Another customer commented that the magic remote feature was a little boring. In the beginning, she found it pretty cool because there was a now mouse cursor on her screen, but the excitement quickly died down when she no longer had any use for television apps. So what do you think about this television? Would you get a LG Cinema Screen 47LM7600?