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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2012-12-05
Television makers tend to favor edge-LED backlights since they typically involve lower production costs. On that note, we'd like to applaud LG for braving the odds with a direct LED model as seen in their newly minted 55-inch LM9600 Cinema 3D Smart TV. Es...
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gadgetsmagazine.com.ph
Reviewed on 2012-04-30
Extremely thin bezel, Thin design, Can connect to the internet, Has both wired and wireless connectivity options, Excellent performance,  Some streaming apps are blocked, Social network app feels incomplete and tacked on, Pricey
Today's TV's aren't just about being able to deliver HD and 3D content anymore. The field of battle has shifted dramatically to internet connectivity, with all three major players (Samsung, Sony and LG) offering internet connected models. The LG 55LM9600 ...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2012-04-29
Television makers tend to favor edge-LED backlights since they typically involve lower production costs. On that note, we'd like to applaud LG for braving the odds with a direct LED model as seen in their newly minted 55-inch LM9600 Cinema 3D Smart TV. Es...
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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-19
Excellent image quality, Consumer testers thought it was easy to navigate, Motion-controlled remote is simple to use, Energy efficient, Quick to load appsNo wireless keyboard, Pricey
The 55-inch LG LM9600 wowed us from the beginning. This TV easily outshone the other Internet-connected TVs we tested — with its breathtaking picture quality, intuitive remote, and well-organized app hub, its no surprise that this set ranked as our favori...
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avhub.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-05-26
LG has produced the season's style stunner in the 55LM9600 television. But is its performance equally beautiful? Oh yes.I am inclined to think that 2012 is the year that LG advanced from ‘almost there' into the front rank of TV makers. There is nothing on...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-19
Lifestyle has a number of different meanings. For some it is a way of life, for some it is the status and for some it is the standard. But techies, and we AV aficionados, have a little different take towards the word ‘lifestyle'. For us it is the way in w...
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avmax.tech2.in.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-19
L ifestyle has a number of different meanings. For some it is a way of life, for some it is the status and for some it is the standard. But techies, and we AV aficionados, have a little different take towards the word ‘lifestyle'. For us it is the way in ...
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hdtvsolutions.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-12
I recently had the opportunity to trek up to the Chicago offices of LG Electronics and spend a couple of hours of one-on-one time with their newest flagship TV and their first UltraHD model, the LG 84LM9600. I have already written a couple of abo...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-29
Stunning 4K resolution, Very good 1080p upscaling, Eyepopping color, Solid contrast, Excellent detail, Excellent soundSevere edgelight bleeding without local dimming, Some screen uniformity issues, Vertical banding anomaly, Expensive
The logistics of reviewing an 84-inch, $20,000 TV like the 84LM9600 can be tricky. Supply of the 84LM9600 is slim, and the folks at LG aren't exactly excited about letting UPS or FedEx chuck its expensive new baby across the nation, especially during the ...
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soundandvision.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-28
LG recently launched a new range of local dimming models with full LED backlighting carrying the Nano designation. This technology imbeds the LED clusters in a membrane behind the screen and is said to produce the benefits of full local dimming, including...
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pcworld.co.nz
Reviewed on 2012-07-19
Name55-inch LED-backlit LCD TV: LG Cinema 3D Smart TV (55LM9600)At a glance:Passive 3D technology,Extra sets of glasses cost just a few bucks,Uses a Wiimote-like pointer to navigate,Slim and lightweightSummary:High-end 3D TVs have never looked so good.Rat...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-06-25
Excellent picture quality. Very good network content including "2nd Display". Excellent 3D crosstalk rejection. Great "Magic Motion" remote interfaceNo analog audio output for use with external sound system. Subjectively smaller 3D picture due to need to sit farther away
2012 seems to be the year in which LG has completely left behind any legacy of its Lucky Goldstar days. With the 55LM9600 — and to be fair, several of its lesser models — it shows that its TVs are, at least, as good as anything available from anyone el...
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channelnews.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-06-22
Exceptional sound; Dual Play; Multimedia Software;Confusing menu;
LG has released its entrant in the Smart TV showdown, but how will it fare against its Samsung and Panasonic contenders?...
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smarthouse.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-06-22
Exceptional sound; Dual Play; Multimedia Software;Confusing menu;
At the recent CES Show in Las Vegas one of the most talked about Smart TVs was the LG 55" LM 9600 Cinema 3D model; not because of its skinny looks, but more the voice activated remote and its dual play gaming capability.During the last 12 months LG has...
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smartoffice.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-06-22
Exceptional sound, Dual Play, Multimedia SoftwareConfusing menu
At the recent CES Show in Las Vegas one of the most talked about Smart TVs was the LG 55" LM 9600 Cinema 3D model; not because of its skinny looks, but more the voice activated remote and its dual play gaming capability. During the last 12 months LG has g...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2012-06-14
Beautiful design, incredible 1080p performance and Magic Remote works well,720p content doesn't scale well, some Smart Apps need to be smarter
Just like car manufacturers come out with new models every year, so do TV manufacturers. And like car manufacturers, sometimes the focus is on design, sometimes on the technology underneath or sometimes just a matter of taking what is already present a...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-06-08
Excellent performance with 3D; Extremely good 2D picture performance; Lots of network features; Clever Dual Play for dual-play split-screen gaming; Good IPTV selection; Attractive design;Reduced vertical resolution when watching 3D content; Narrow vertical viewing angle for 3D;
A 139 cm (55 inch) LCD TV, it has just about every feature you’d expect in 2012 model, along with a couple unique to the brand. It looks startling, especially when it’s running, because there is very little in the way of border around the picture. T...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-06
Beautiful design. Plenty of online services and apps. Comes with six pairs of 3D glasses.Expensive. Middling picture quality. Disappointing 3D
Picture quality is arguably the most important aspect of an HDTV. A set can be well designed, it can have tons of features, it can be easy to use, but if the picture isn't very good, it isn't worth it. The LG 55LM9600 stuffs loads of goodies including pas...
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evogadget.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-01
Prepare your hands, eyes and other senses for a new TV on the block. LG spent its past time fiddling with some ideas for their next device. Those original ideas turned into what is known today as 55LM9600. The product itself has many pros that are not ove...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-05-16
The LG LM9600 series TV is an incredibly striking piece of furniture with one of the slimmest bezels we've ever seen. Color reproduction is excellent, after a bit of tweaking. The Magic Motion controller has its quirks but is the best Smart TV navigato......The LM9600 doesn't perform up to its flagship TV pricing or the expectations created by its full-array local-dimming backlight. Its black levels are significantly worse than those of last year's LG flagship, it suffers from blotchy uniformity, and in s......
There are many decisions to make when buying a television, and one of them is, "Will this look good in my living room?" The TV is as much a piece of furniture as the stand it sits on, and the LM9600 comes the closest yet to looking like a beautiful pie...
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