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LG 42LM6200

by mrquad / May 6, 2012 2:42 PM PDT

I was wondering if anyone has purchased the new 42LM6200. After dealing with issues with my Toshiba 42 3D purchased in Dec 2011, I'm very leavy... Amazon has 20 4 in a half stars so far, but cannot find a professional review anywhere.

HELP!!!

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I only see one problem.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 6, 2012 2:55 PM PDT
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If someone was to use this for gaming, they might want to turn motion smoothing off. Sorry but that may not apply to you. I do see it comes with 6 pairs of glasses. Nice touch.

Bob

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here it goes...
by kateandrews302 / May 21, 2012 1:59 PM PDT
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Here is the link for the review. Hope it will help you. (http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lg-lcd-tv/lg-42lm6200.html) In fact, my friend has a LG cinema 3D tv. After watching Avatar with him, I am thinking to buy one too. It comes with a magic remote. You can just point, click, scroll up and down like a mouse and make a simple gesture for complex commands to save time; you can also use the voice command feature where you talk into the mic in the remote for typing.

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Checked it.
by katekim89 / May 28, 2012 5:33 PM PDT
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I saw this one from Amazon for less than a grand. I checked the details and it's pretty much the same as the rest of their models this year. It has the same 3d features except for the 3d sound zooming. It also has the 3d depth control and the 2d to 3d conversion. It doesn't have dual core but I think it will be fine without it.

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Add a hundred bucks.
by nate_kan / May 30, 2012 2:33 PM PDT
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If I were you, I'd have the LM6700 instead. It's more expensive by a hundred bucks but it's more beautiful. It has a thinner bezel than that LM6200. Personally, I prefer those with thin bezels because it's just cool to see the image just cut off at the end.

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its a great TV
by electronicspimp / June 9, 2012 6:56 PM PDT
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The lm6200 is an excellent TV and has gotten great reviews. You might want to check AVforums, AVS forums, and/or FlatpanelsHD.

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