LG 55LW5600 Price in Singapore & Specifications

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LG 55LW5600 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateAug 2011
Display diagonal139.7 cm (55")
HD typeFull HD
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Aspect ratio16:9
Response time2.6 ms
Supported video modes1080i,1080p,720p
Native refresh rate120 Hz
Contrast ratio (dynamic)50000000:1
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity4
PC in (D-Sub)Yes
DVI portNo
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
USB 2.0 ports quantity2
Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in1
PC Audio inYes
Digital audio optical out1
RS-232 ports1
RF ports quantity1
Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)Anynet+
Weight & dimensions
Width1293 mm
Depth29.9 mm
Height785 mm
Weight22 kg
Width (with stand)1293 mm
Depth (with stand)338 mm
Height (with stand)851 mm
Weight with stand26 kg
Ethernet LANYes
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certifiedYes
Colour of productBlack

Reviews of LG 55LW5600

Reviewed on 2011-09-29
to the LG 55LW5600 LED LCD TVI first saw the passive 3D LCD displays at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show and was immediately drawn in by their crisp bright displays and limited crosstalk. Fellow Secrets team member Chris Heinonen and I recently took...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-26
Passive 3D gathers steam with LG's 55LW5600 Cinema 3D LED HDTV, but will the price and loss of detail deflate the enthusiasm of potential buyers? ...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-08
To find the feature press the Home key to go to the menu, scroll down to the Setup option and press. Once in the Setup options menu click on the picture settings menu and scroll all the way down to the bottom of that menu. The TruMotion setting is lo...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-30
As hardware and software products mature, more and more features seem to seep into them. This trend is definitely manifesting in many of the 2011 HDTVs.With cross pollination from computers, tablets, and smartphones, the feature creep in TVs is mo...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-23
So far, three manufacturers have released 3D HDTVs that use passive polarized glasses rather than active shutter glasses: VIZIO, Toshiba, and LG. All three use technology developed by LG. In our June issue, we took a close look at VIZIO's 65-inch entry, s...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-20
The LG LW5600 series evinced excellent color in bright and dark areas, along with relatively deep black levels and even screen uniformity for an edge-lit LED-based LCD TV. Its matte screen works well in bright rooms. The Smart TV Internet portal is well-d...
This LG LED TV is relatively expensive. Its edge-lit local dimming LED scheme produces some artifacts and blooming, highlights were somewhat muted in dark scenes, and even from off-angle the picture loses contrast worse than most such TVs. The LW5600's Sm...
By now you may have heard all about passive 3D, how it might or might not be better than active, how LG/Vizio and Samsung/Sony/Panasonic are at each others' throats trying to convince buyers to choose one over the other, and how 3D TV is here to stay. Tha...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-03
Decent black levels for an edge lit LCDEasy media streaming via Plex or DLNAGood, cheap 3D - under the right conditions
Passive 3D glasses cut picture resolutionConfusing menu setupNeither one of the two remotes is easy to use
Much like the format war that once divided us between HD DVD and Blu-ray, a battle between two different types of 3D-capable HDTVs rages on while customers wait to be convinced that any of the new tech is worth the trouble. One of the first to enter the b...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-11
Reasonably priced.Very dark blacks. Excellent good 2D and 3D quality. Two bundled remotes, one mimics an on-screen mouse.
Some 3D crosstalk. LG-branded Web apps could use a makeover.
Until recently, the two biggest knocks against 3D HDTVs have been high prices and cumbersome (and expensive) 3D glasses. The LG Infinia 47LW5600 ($1,699.99 list) addresses both of these issues with great success, and throws in a handful of other neat f...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-28
Innovative gesture-controlled remote, Innovative gesture-controlled remote, First-rate connected TV with DLNA support, good 3D, First-rate connected TV with DLNA support, good 3D
Image darkens with off-axis viewing, Image darkens with off-axis viewing, Audio is anemic, manual covers dozens of models, Audio is anemic, manual covers dozens of models
The LG 47LW5600 more than holds its own in an increasingly competitive 3D TV field. For $1530 (as of April 10, 2011), this 47-inch, LED-backlit set delivers decent image quality, great connected-TV features, and a pleasurable passive-3D experience in a...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-27
Affordable entry for 3D HDTV, Four pairs of glasses supplied, 3D effects better than expected, Wi-Fi ready, adapter included, Decent backlit remote
3D effects not as distinct as high-end competitors, Pricier sets have better 2D picture quality, Confusing consumer-unfriendly manuals
A new generation of less-expensive 3D HDTVs has just hit the market. Are they worth the lowered price of admission?Features and designOn the surface, the 47-inch LG 47LW5600 is just one of a sea of black-edged flat panel HDTVs, but it does have a nice ...
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