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LG 42LH50

LG-42LH50 The LG-42LH50 is a LCD HDTV that has a 42 inch scr Read more

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Overall 7
Value for money 8
Features 8
Performance 6

LG 42LH50 LCD HDTV with NetCast Review

20 November 2009
  • Conclusion: In terms of video performance, the 42LH50 makes for an ironic case study. On the one hand, it is by far the most tweakable television I've ever tinkered with. Variable gamma, built-in color filters and test patterns, primary AND secondary color channel adjustments - you name it, you can refine it.
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Overall 8

Playlist LG Electronics 42LH50

14 November 2009
  • Excerpt: (1 items) LG’s 42LH50 42-inch HDTV sports transparent edges that provide a chic accent to the usual shiny black bezel, broken up by an unusual dip in the lower-right edge where the power-on light glows blue or red. Not only is the 42LH50 good-looking, but it’s the one you want if you’re looking for an Internet-connected TV. It has built-in support not only for Yahoo Widgets but also video-on-demand from Netflix, Vudu, and YouTube.
  • Pros: Netflix, Vudu, and YouTube support, Above-average image quality, design, and usability
  • Cons: Full manual only on CD or online
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Overall 10


PC Authority
14 November 2009
  • Summary: Not all LGs are born equal, but this one proves the company can churn out a real stunner when it wants to
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Overall 9

This 42in 200Hz LCD television has great motion control and good overall image quality

Good Gear Guide.au
7 November 2009
  • Summary: If you’re looking for a non-LED backlit LCD television that's still chock-full of technology, LG’s 42LH50YD fits the bill nicely with 200Hz motion control and great picture quality.
  • Pros: 200Hz mode, motion smoothing options, good colour control and vibrancy
  • Cons: Not the deepest blacks, 200Hz mode is artificially smooth
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