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LG 52LBX LCD TV

LG 52LBX LCD TV
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Jul, 2024

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of LG 52LBX LCD TV. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

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LG 52LBX Review – 52-inch LCD HDTV

 

The LG 52LBX. If you're looking into your first HDTV and looking to go big, the LG 52LBX is a great mix of features and affordability. With stunning images, no dead pixels and no audio issues, this LCD TV is a great package. The 52LBX is the largest...

But these minute flaws are overshadowed with its many advanced features: 120Hz display panel, XD Engine, USB Media Host- you name the high-end feature and this LCD TV has it. Its HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus...

Oct, 2008

Expert review by : Lawrence E. Ullman (hometheater.com)

LG 52LBX LCD TV

 

Then, in January 2008, just a few months into the LBX's reign, LG announced the LG60 series at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The new models cost a few hundred bucks more than their LBX counterparts and have a more expansive feature set, so the...

May, 2008

Expert review by : Lawrence E. Ullman (soundandvision.com)

LG 52LBX LCD TV

 

Introduced as LG's flagship line of 1080p LCD TVs just last summer, the Korean giant's LBX series began shipping to dealers in the forth quarter of 2007. The LBX TVs seemed promising, albeit relatively light in features compared to some similarly...

May, 2008

Expert review by : Lawrence E. Ullman (ultimateavmag.com)

UltimateAVmag.com: LG 52LBX LCD TV

 

Introduced as LG's flagship line of 1080p LCD TVs just last summer, the Korean giant's LBX series began shipping to dealers in the forth quarter of 2007. The LBX TVs seemed promising, albeit relatively light in features compared to some similarly...

Great color, blacks, shadow detail, Grayscale close to correct in Warm color-temp setting, Four HDMI inputs, Good value, Excellent off-axis performance, Good 480i picture quality, Good black level and shadow detail

Loss of detail in moving images, Slight white crush in bright white scenes, Only one set of RGB calibration controls, 1:1 mode is hidden, applies only to the HDMI inputs, and doesn't work well with 1080i sources, Over-hyped greens, Poor user interface...

At a list price of $3600, the 52LBX's hidden and only partially functional 1:1 mode pretty much renders it non-competitive with similarly priced models from Sony, Toshiba, and Samsung, all of which have this important feature fully implemented and...

May, 2008

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