LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses

LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses

  • LG LED Plus backlighting delivers superior brightness, clarity and color detail from the edges of the screen, resulting in an amazingly thin, energy efficient LED TV with local dimming for a higher contrast ratio and deeper blacks.
  • With LG Cinema 3D technology you can enjoy amazing 3D effects, comfortable lightweight battery free glasses, 2D to 3D content conversion, 3D depth control and a clear picture from virtually any angle.
  • TruMotion 120Hz technology lets you see sports, video games and high-speed action with virtually no motion blur. Now your TV can keep up with your fast- moving entertainment.
  • LG’s Smart TV is a revolutionary, easy way to access limitless content, thousands of movies, customizable apps, videos and browse the web all set up in a simple to use interface.
  • The Magic Remote makes selecting features on your TV is as easy as the wave of your hand or using the wheel to scroll up and down through menu selections. TV remote clicking is soon to be a thing of the past.

LM6700 3D/Smart LED TV LG’s NEXT GENERATION 3D TECHNOLOGY If you enjoy the depth, realism and entertainment of 3D at the theater, you’ll love having it at home with LG Cinema 3D on the LM6700 TV*. And it’s not just 3D. It’s crisp 3D on a brilliant LED Plus display. On top of that, it’s loaded with the virtually limitless entertainment capabilities of LG Smart TV. Staying in has never looked better. This is what home entertainment is all about.

List Price: $ 1,749.99

Price: $ 1,749.99

3 responses to “LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses”

  1. koty183 says:
    35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Overall good product, minor flaws, March 6, 2012

    This review is from: LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    I can’t say for the speakers on this set (I use an external system and the built in ones have never been used), so other people talking about it being muffled, I can’t say.

    What I can say is the picture quality is wonderful. This TV is light, good quality picture, Passive 3D (big for me), and has no noticeable delay when gaming.

    Some problems, to get the PQ so good, they went with a glossy screen (seems to be somewhat the norm now) and this causes some reflections, but nothing too bad.

    The remote took some getting used to, but I have a universal remote if I just need to switch inputs. The remote it comes with is great in my opinion for navigating the menus and store, etc. It does a good job.
    One minor annoyance, if you move the remote a bit (move the table it’s on, drop it, knock it off the couch, etc) it makes the cursor appear for a few seconds. This happened when watching netflix, but nothing too bad.

    The reason I gave it 4 stars is the netflix and hulu apps work well, but have this weird glitch that would happen every 5 minutes where it looks like it just panics and shows a lot of random cached pixels. I’m hoping this is a software issue that can be fixed.

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  2. GKCMilner says:
    30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful TV with a cool remote, March 21, 2012
    GKCMilner (Texas) –

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    This review is from: LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    I have been using my TV for about 4-days now. I know Amazon has a separate shipping/packaging review area so I won’t let what happened reflect on this rating, but I do want to mention that the TV was shipped in the store box with no additional packaging or protection. The first TV arrived with a cracked screen, but Amazon overnighted another TV (packed the same way) and it arrived OK.

    I bought this TV based on my experience testing one at a local electronics store. I was really impressed with the 3D quality using passive glasses which was a requirement for me (I did not want active shutter); I also really liked the remote. I found it super easy to type in the search fields and to make on-screen selections. It’s very accurate and easy to use. And since the TV also has an IR receiver I was also able to add the TV to my Logitech Harmony 880 remote as well.

    It has taken some time learning how to use all the TV features correctly because the owner’s manual is weak, which is probably my biggest complaint. It took me a while to figure out what all the 3D setup options were and what all the selections were for. The on-screen interface is very cool and super easy to navigate; especially with the magic remote. The only thing lacking that I wish it had is Pandora radio. There must be some legal reason because when I use the TVs web browser and go to Pandora.com there is no audio. IN LG SmartTV there are a lot of free apps, including some cool 3D programing.

    Picture quality is great with plenty of brightness. I was impressed that it was to my liking right out of the box. There is a short setup process when you first turn it on that lets you turn the energy saving feature on/off (I chose off) and if the TV is in a store/home (I chose home). It has no more or less light bleeding than any other LED TV I sampled, and has no light leakage. My Samsung had a more even backlighting, but that is only noticeable when it’s a black screen; and seems to be a problem with a lot of LED TVs (all the ones I looked at anyway. One thing I would like to point out is that I seem to get the best 3D experience when the room is completely dark. I normally watch TV with a soft light behind the TV, but I now turn it off when I’m watching 3D. Glare also really impacts the 3D quality.

    To top all of this off, the TV is one of the most beautiful sets on the market. I replaced a 40″ Samsung LCD, and I was worried that this 47″ might be too big in the same space; but because it is almost frameless it is only 1″ wider (the Samsung had a distracting thick, high gloss frame). It has a sleek modern design with brushed metal accents. The stand is a very heavy plastic with a matching brushed metal finish.

    All-in-all I am extremely pleased with my purchase. I feel I got a great price and I love the package deal from Amazon that included LG AG-F216 Cinema 3D Glasses Family Pack (6-Pairs) for 2011 LG 3D LED-LCD HDTVs and the LG NB3520A 300W Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer.


    After using it a bit more I wanted to add a couple things:

    The light bleeding I mentioned earlier is only noticible on the initial startup splash screen where the LG logo is on a black background. Once the TV warms up there is almost no noticable light bleed on dark scenes. I am very happy with this.

    When watching a movie from a flash drive, the play, pause, forward, rewind, buttons on my Harmony remote don’t do anything. I have to use the magic remote.

    We watched the Immortals in 3D and the effects were nothing short of amazing. We are so happy with this TV.

    ***UPDATE 2***

    If internet access and Apps are important to you, you might be disappointed. To me the LG Smart TV Apps are pretty much worthless. I like Netflix, Amazon VOD, Pandora Radio, iHeart Radio, and Slacker Radio. The only one that this TV has is Netflix (it does work well). The TV has a decent web browser, but when I go to any of the radio websites they block the sound. Navigating Amazon Prime VOD is just a terrible experience and not worth the effort. I will be connecting my Logitech Review back to the TV. Bottom-line: Great hardware, disappointing web connectivity.

    If this were a 10-star rating system I’d give the TV an 8.5
    The 3D really impresses.

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  3. SmartConsumer says:
    26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV but let me tell you about Amazon’s TV “Price Match” and “Enhanced Delivery”, June 1, 2012

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    Let me say that the actual tv, itself, is FANTASTIC. The picture is crystal clear, it is thin as a razor, and it’s by far the best 3d technology on the market.

    That being said, let me tell you about Amazon’s “services” on their TV price match and enhanced delivery.

    First the price match. I bought this tv new for $1,499.00 on Amazon (from Amazon) with free shipping. Because the tv qualified for Amazon’s “price match”, I checked out one of their qualified competitors and saw that it was $1,449.00 with free shipping (there’s a list of websites and they will only match if the price comes from one of those websites). So I was excited to call up Amazon and get a $50 refund, right? Seemed pretty straight forward.

    Well, it turns out that Amazon adds this phantom $50 charge to their competitors’ prices in their “price match” because of their “enhanced delivery” (I’ll get to the delivery part in a second). That’s right, even though the shipping was FREE on Amazon, they tacked on that 50 bucks and called it a service, claiming since they (Amazon) were going to come in my house and plug up the tv to ensure it works (this is the enhanced delivery as opposed to just standard delivery where they drop it on my doorstep) that they were going to add the extra money to make it “comparable”.

    I tried to explain that the price differential was $50 and that shipping was directly comparable, but they argued back with me for close to half an hour. I argued this was a “price match” and not a “price + service” match and that at no point had Amazon ever informed me that I was paying $50 for a guy to plug my tv in (who would willingly do that as a consumer?!). They claimed it was built into the price ($1,449). I told them I was misled as a consumer, believing that I was merely paying for the product itself ($1,449) and was receiving free shipping. I tried to explain to them further that I was not getting that service from the competitor – nor did I want it – yet another reason not to factor it in. They told me that I was still getting it from Amazon, so when I tried to deny the service and opt for standard shipping (I might add I didn’t ask for a $50 discount from Amazon for the downgrade in shipping), they told me that it was not an option and I *had* to pay for the enhanced delivery…

    Now on to the delivery itself. I finally realized that I wasn’t going to win with Amazon so I waited for my order. The shipper told me that I needed to be at home between 3pm and 7pm for the delivery. So I took off of work early and got home at promptly 3pm. About 6:30, the shipper called me and stated that my tv never “made it on the truck” and that they wanted to come back the same time the next day. They said they were really sorry and that I would be the first order delivered so I wouldn’t have to wait so long. So I took off work early AGAIN to wait on the delivery. Long story short, they did not show up until 7:15pm. When they did finally show up, it wasn’t a “they”, it was a “he”. And I had to help “him” haul in my own tv from his truck, up my driveway, up my stairs, and into my house because, well, one man can’t realistically carry a 55 inch tv by himself.

    After helping the man carry my order in (what if I had been a petite woman or an elderly man? How would this guy get it in himself? He had no dolly!!!!), he started asking me to sign. I looked at him in disbelief saying that this was “enhanced delivery” that I apparently paid $50 for and left work early 2 days in a row for! Get the tv out of the box like you’re supposed to, plug it in like you’re supposed to, hook up the cable to make sure it works like you’re supposed to, test at least 1 hdmi outlet like you’re supposed to, and clean up the mess and haul away the trash like you’re supposed to! These were all things Amazon told me he would do and were even on his checklist that I had to sign at the end. However, he said Amazon had noted that he was to simply come in and plug it up to make sure it turns on! Amazing! Who would pay $50 to have their tv carried an extra 10 feet inside the door and have it plugged up just to see if the electricity works?! “Oh yes, I see a bunch of snow on the tv – it appears to work great! That’ll do. Thanks”.

    Anyway, sorry for the rant, but my experience with Amazon has been AWFUL. Just a word to the wise – beware the enhanced delivery and price match guarantee. It sounds good on the outside, but when it comes down to it, THE TV THAT YOU WANT TO PRICE MATCH MUST BE AT LEAST $50.00 CHEAPER FOR YOU TO GET REFUNDED A SINGLE PENNY!!!!!!! Also, make sure you get your money’s worth from your “enhanced delivery” that you’re secretly paying an extra $50 for!!! Make Amazon give you the EXACT details IN WRITING of what you’ll get with that service!

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