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49" LG 49LH5700 1080p Smart LED HDTV

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Promoted Yesterday by longmanj9 at 07:35 PM View Original Post
BuyDig has 49" LG 49LH5700 1080p Smart LED HDTV for $397 - $58 with coupon code SMART4ALL = $339. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Optical

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A 6' HDMI Cable is also included with purchase (automatically added to cart).


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Yes, Full HD means 1080P. There is also 720P which is still considered HD.
I am willing to pay 61$ extra for the extra 6 inches, and yes, that's what she said.

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I hate it when people say "Full HD"
Does that mean there's half HD TVs out there? Facepalm
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Quote from slkmaster2000 View Post :
I hate it when people say "Full HD"
Does that mean there's half HD TVs out there? Facepalm
Yes, Full HD means 1080P. There is also 720P which is still considered HD.
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Quote from slkmaster2000 View Post :
I hate it when people say "Full HD"
Does that mean there's half HD TVs out there? Facepalm
Derp!
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How is this TV? I'm in market but figured I'd probly end up spending more but this looks good? Downsides?
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Quote from InspecterJones View Post :
How is this TV? I'm in market but figured I'd probly end up spending more but this looks good? Downsides?
Here's the rtings.com review: http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/lh5700

I'm leaning toward buying one for a spare bedroom...
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Bought one. Thank you OP
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I read on one review that it does not support HBO Go. Can anyone confirm?
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Quote from slkmaster2000 View Post :
I hate it when people say "Full HD"
Does that mean there's half HD TVs out there? Facepalm
full HD means its half of ultra 4k hd!
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I am willing to pay 61$ extra for the extra 6 inches, and yes, that's what she said.
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Quote from IIII View Post :
full HD means its half of ultra 4k hd!
1/4 4k.
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Quote from adolfo_delreal View Post :
1/4 4k.
1080 is 1920 by 1080. for some reason 4k is 3980 by 2000 or something like that. why change the system partway through? I don't know but I'm sure it's perfectly sensical and not to confuse and profit off consumers
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Quote from wcaseyb View Post :
I read on one review that it does not support HBO Go. Can anyone confirm?
That statement doesn't make sense, of course it can display a stream of HBO GO. Maybe they are trying to say it is not one of the built in smart apps, which I would assume is th case with any smart TV.
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Quote from donovanky View Post :
1080 is 1920 by 1080. for some reason 4k is 3980 by 2000 or something like that. why change the system partway through? I don't know but I'm sure it's perfectly sensical and not to confuse and profit off consumers
4K is 3840x2160, or double full HD (1920x1080) in both directions (4x the pixels overall). 4K is a marketing term used since it had already been used in filmmaking and theatre production for a while, though theatre 4K is slightly wider than consumer 4K. I still would rather call it 2160p, but it is what it is.
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