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LG 47LW5500 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
Model47LW5500
DateSep 2011
Display
Display diagonal119.4 cm (47")
HD typeFull HD
3D
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Aspect ratio16:9
Response time2.4 ms
Motion interpolation technologyMCI (Motion Clarity Index) 600
Native refresh rate100 Hz
Contrast ratio (dynamic)5000000:1
Supported video modes1080i,1080p,720p
LED backlighting typeEdge-LED
Audio
Built-in speaker(s)
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power20 W
Audio systemInfinite Sound
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity4
PC in (D-Sub)
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
USB 2.0 ports quantity2
Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in1
Headphone outputs1
Common interface (CI)
Common interface Plus (CI+)
PC Audio in
Digital audio optical out1
RS-232 ports1
SCART ports quantity1
RF ports quantity1
Weight & dimensions
Width1121 mm
Depth39.2 mm
Height678 mm
Weight18.4 kg
Width (with stand)1121 mm
Depth (with stand)256 mm
Height (with stand)746 mm
Weight with stand20.5 kg
Power
Power consumption (standby)0.2 W
Annual energy consumption119.7 kWh
Energy efficiency classA
Power consumption (max)77.1 W
AC input voltage100 - 240
AC input frequency50/60
Networking
Wi-Fi
Ethernet LAN
Bluetooth
TV tuner
Tuner typeAnalog & digital
Analog signal format systemPAL,SECAM
Digital signal format systemDVB-C,DVB-T
Ergonomics
VESA mounting
VESA mounting interfaces200 x 200 mm
Design
Colour of productBlack
Performance
Teletext function
Teletext1000 pages
Video formats supportedDIVX
24p support

LG 47LW5500 Expert Reviews

homecinemachoice.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-12
Comes with multi pairs of glasses, halfres images are good, wide viewing angleInconsistent 2Dto3D conversion, poor audio
Up until now, most of the marketing activity for 3D has been based around active systems, which require expensive (c. £100 per pair) LCD-shutter glasses which need charging, and can have issues with synchronisation to the 3D frame-switching signal. But an...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-11-15
Strong 3D performance; Top-notch Internet features; Deep black levels; Rich, natural coloursAudio sounds slightly tinny; Plex streaming software is buggy
In this review User interface and EPG Digital media and Internet features Design and connections Audio quality 2D picture quality 3D picture quality Conclusion One thing you certainly couldn't accuse LG's 32LW550T of is skimping on features. Despite it...
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hdtvtest.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-07-08
The subject of today’s review is a much-talked-about “Cinema 3D” TV from LG Electronics. The LG 47LW550T is an LED-backlit HDTV which features the company’s film-type patterned retarder (FPR) polarized 3D LCD technology that should appeal to viewers wh...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-06-29
For this review we tested the 47in model in the LW550T range, but it's also available in 42in (42LW550T) and 55in (55LW550T) screen sizes. All models have identical specifications except for their dimensions and power usage. We're confident that image ...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-21
Top class upscaling, user interface, clean and flicker-free 3D, seven pairs of 3D glassesSoft 3D images, some Edge LED blotching
We thought there was something brewing when Sky chose LG as its “official partner” for 3DTVs last year - after the Korean giant released a single “passive” 3D screen for the Sky 3D channel’s launch. And with the arrival of this, one of dozens of new p...
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avforums.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-30
Excellent out-of-the-box colour reproduction, Reference colour reproduction after calibration, Excellent out-of-the-box greyscale, Reference greyscale after calibration, 3D images are bright and flicker free, No discernable crosstalk, Very cheap 3D glasse...Mediocre black level and contrast ratio, Some minor issues with backlight uniformity, Unable to display full 1080p 3D images
Anyone reading the AV press recently could be forgiven for thinking that a format war has broken out over 3D TV. LG and Samsung in particular have been quite confrontational in their marketing as they both try and promote their preferred approach to 3D de...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-17
Seven 3D glasses included for free, 3D viewing is comfortable and sociable, Excellent multimedia functionalityfull HD 3D not as detailed as on active 3D screens, Very limited vertical viewing angle, Uninspiring audio
LG's 2011 passive TV range didn't get off to a particularly promising start. The 55LW650T was supposed to be the brand's flagship passive 3D model - until the brand's ‘Nano' models arrive much later in the year, at any rate. Yet it disappointed, partly th...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-12
Seven 3D glasses included for free, Relatively relaxing passive 3D pictures, No 3D flicker, Bright and punchy images, Fair valueLack of 3D detail, Slightly jagged contours in 3D, Poor input lag
LG's passive Cinema 3D technology has so far proved hit and miss. The 47LW550T impressed, while the 55LW650T disappointed, the 42-inch 42LW550T arrives with mixed expectations.It is also the latest combatant in the increasingly rancorous scuffle between a...
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whathifi.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-04
3D picture quality is very good, cheap glasses, smart functionalityIssues with motion and upscaling, can sound aggressive
caused somewhat of a stir when its won our May 2011 . Rival sets from the likes of Samsung and Sony lost out due to the LG’s super-competitive price, but will the 40LW550T be good enough to be another winner?Well, looking at the specification and wha...
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