LG 42LD550 LCD Television Review-Worth Every Penny

March 4, in television

And now we close out a week of review of LCD television with another sweet dose of LG, and though this one will be just a bit more expensive than some we’ve seen previously, it will also bring extra value along with it. We’re talking today about the LG 42LD550.

The LG 42LD550 is a forty two inch LCD television that offers a 120 Hz refresh rate for reduced blurring, internet connectivity so that you can access streaming services like Vudu, Netflix and YouTube, among others. You’ll also get the Intelligent Sensor system to adjust settings on the fly for the best picture possible, three different AV modes (Sports, Movies and Game) to get the correct settings for specific uses, the Picture Wizard to allow you to perform setting modifications yourself with help, 24p Real Cinema mode to improve movie playback, Clear Voice II, Infinite Sound and Dolby Digital to augment the two ten watt speakers, four HDMI ports, two component inputs, two composite inputs, an RF input, a PC input, a digital audio output, two USB ports, an Ethernet port, and a headphone jack.

It’s downright impressive, this one is; between the 1080p picture augmented by a variety of features and the relatively mundane ten watt speakers also backed up with a host of features itself, it’s hard to describe this one as anything but impressive. And there’s even almost equal footing for old and new peripherals, which is even more to commend this one.

And all this will come your way for a good discount off its original thousand dollar purchase price–Amazon wants just $649.98 for one of these, fully thirty five percent off the original. I don’t know about you, but that’s a fantastic discount.

A fine price on a fine package makes the LG 42LD550 one that’s well worth looking at, and one you’ll certainly want to consider if you’re in the market for a new television.

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