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LG 60LM7600 (quick take)

CNET didn't review the LG 60LM7600, but we did review the LG LM7600 series, which is very similar according to LG's Web site. Here's how the two compare.

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David Katzmaier
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David Katzmaier Editorial Director -- TVs and streaming

David runs CNET's home entertainment division, where he leads a team that covers TVs, streaming services, streaming devices and home audio. If he doesn't know something about the gear you use to keep yourself entertained at home, it's not worth knowing.

Expertise A 20-year CNET veteran, David has been reviewing TVs since the days of CRT, rear-projection and plasma. Prior to CNET he worked at Sound & Vision magazine and eTown.com. He is known to two people on Twitter as the Cormac McCarthy of consumer electronics. Credentials Although still awaiting his Oscar for Best Picture Reviewer, David does hold certifications from the Imaging Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Standards and Technology on display calibration and evaluation.
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CNET didn't review the LG 60LM7200, but we did review the LG LM7600 series, which is very similar according to LG's Web site.

The main difference between the two, again according to LG's Web site, is that the LM7200 has a slightly lower contrast ratio specification (9,000,000:1 versus 7,000,000:1). Since contrast ratio specs are basically fake, we don't think this difference indicates a major difference in picture quality. In fact, we expect picture quality to be very similar between the two.

Otherwise the two TVs have nearly identical specifications and features.

For more information, please refer to the full review of the LG LM7600 series.

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