Summary: Deep black levels and accurate color help propel the LED-backlit LG LH90 series into the front row of the LCD picture quality class.
Pros: Excellent black-level performance and shadow detail; accurate color, thanks to extensive picture adjustments; matte screen handles bright lighting well; plenty of connectivity with four HDMI and one PC input.
Cons: Relatively expensive; poor off-angle performance; some blooming; does not separate antiblur and dejudder processing; benefits of 240Hz difficult to discern; no interactive features; no S-Video inputs.
Excerpt: As you no doubt know by now, LCD HDTVs command the lion’s share of the flat-panel market, outpacing plasma by a wide margin. This is due, at least in part, to the fact that LCDs are generally brighter than plasmas, which draws more attention on the showroom floor. They also consume less power, which makes them the greener choice.