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Lg-infinia-47le8500.34222807
7.8 out of 10

LG Infinia 47LE8500

LG Infinia 47LE8500 The LG 47LE8500 is a 47 inch LED TV tha Read more

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Reviews and Problems with LG Infinia 47LE8500

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Overall 5
5.0

"Blinks with Samsung 3D Bluray & no 3D (only ready)"

bstout1972, CNET
20 December 2010
  • Pros: I like the picture. looks great on the wall. lots of great connections
  • Cons: Blinks. Blinks. Blinks. I have the same problems as the others listed. My is ONLY on the Blu-ray player. The satelitte doesn't do it. If I use the Bluray player for widgets (Netflix, etc), it does it less and for a shorter times (<1 second)
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Overall 6
6.0

Glass panel front is VERY reflective

Bill in Virginia, Amazon
18 August 2010
  • Summary: The great picture and good viewing angles for an LCD/LED were the reasons I bought this for our living room. It did not disappoint with either picture quality or viewing angle. But the EXTREMELY reflective glass panel covering this beautiful TV made it virtually unwatchable even though it was angled away from the main window.
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Overall 6
6.0

"Good value. Not the crispest picture. Nice styling"

shane_chauhan, CNET
9 August 2010
  • Pros: Good value for money especially since LG tend to position themselves beneath Samsung. The styling is decent and it is only when you make a direct comparisons to Toshibas, Sonys and of course Panasonics that you feel that this set isnt up to par.
  • Cons: When compared to other makes the picture quality isnt as refined. If you are not used to viewing other brands and are a newcomer to this type of TV then you wont notice much of a difference
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Overall 5
5.0

"Nice picture but highly reflective screen is a loser."

pmurf1, CNET
12 June 2010
  • Pros: Appears to be quality product.
  • Cons: Screen acts as 'smoky' mirror. You see yourself, lamps, etc. interfering with so-called high quality color/intensity picture. What is the point of the 'blackest blacks' just to see the room your sitting in reflected in them?
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