The LG line of televisions has given me a lot of great stuff to talk about, and it’s definitely not being a slouch with putting out models in the LED line. And they’ve done some pretty exciting stuff here too–which is what we’ve got to talk about today. Today we’ve got the the LG 42LE5400 on tap, and it’s pretty nice for what you’ll pay.
The LG 42LE5400 is a forty two inch 1080p LED television that offers internet connectivity for easy access to the biggest source of content out there, the XD Engine with x.v.Color technology that improves color presntation and TruMotion to cut down on blurring, Infinite Sound surround speakers with Dolby Digital decoder, one RF input, two A/V inputs, three component video inputs, four HDMI inputs, one PC input, one Ethernet port, one optical digital audio output, one headphone jack, two USB ports a variety of picture modes, and Skype capability.
I was pretty impressed by this system–not only does it look and sound pretty nice (obviously not as nice as some I’ve seen) but it also offers an incredible amount of utility for the price. Both old and new components can be integrated here, and there’s loads of room for future expansion.
In fact, it’s almost as good as the earlier-reviewed 47LE5400, but there’s a key difference–this one only costs $1138.99. Strange price, I know–but that’s a temporary sale price down from fourteen hundred.
It may not be the best television I’ve come across so far–there are other competitors for that honor–but the LG 42LE5400 definitely manages to look good for the money.