If you love the depth and realism that 3D delivers in the theater, you’ll love having it at home with the LG Cinema 3D TV.
Allie is Wired was given the opportunity of test-driving one of these very smart televisions and I must say, I’m quite impressed!
The first thing that people will immediately notice about the 55 inch LG Cinema LED 3D TV (model, 55LM7600) is that its bezel is very thin.
In addition, this television has the sharpest picture I’ve ever seen! But beware, if you’re watching something of poor production quality, don’t expect this television to do it any favors. On the other hand, if its something of great quality (like the movie GREASE), it will be like watching it for the first time. You’ll notice things you’ve never seen before, regardless of how many times you’ve seen it.
With a bevy of connectivity options from USB, HDMI, as well as Wi-Fi, the 55 inch 3D LED TV from LG has made a big impression on the people who’ve seen what it can do up close.
Plus, the TV is smart, and that means it is revolutionary. You can access a ton of content, a ton of movies, a lot of apps, and videos — all from a simple-to-use interface.
The television comes with SIX (6) pairs of 3D glasses that are just like the ones you get at the movie theater, so there are no batteries required and they don’t need recharging.
There are amazing 3D effects, the battery-free glasses are comfortable and lightweight, there is an easy conversion from 2D to 3D, and there is a ton of control over 3D depth control so that you can see that crystal-clear picture from every angle.
You can watch sports, video games, and lots of high-speed action with almost no motion blur and astonishing crystal-clear beauty.
Speaking of sports — my significant other can tell you, playing Madden is simply amazing!
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Disclosure: All editorial content has been created by me and reflects my personal opinions. No compensation was received in exchange for this review.