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LG 32LS5600 Review: Good choise if you want a no-frills TV

This LG 32LS5600 32 inch full HDTV LED  is beautifully designed for maximum energy. LED edge-lighting gives you deep, rich colours and stunning contrast for a superb viewing experience.
The LG 32LS5600 has a USB port, and 3 HDMI inputs.
The impressively slim LG 32LS5600 features. You can also use a USB connection to play music or enjoy large-scale viewing of your digital photos.

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Technical Data / Specifications:
Technology: LED edge-lit LCD
Inches: 32 ". 
Resolution: FullHD (1920x1080) 
CMR: 100 Hz 
3D: No 
Other specifications: 
  • 3xHDMI.
  • 1xUSB 2.0
See all specifications ( LG website ) 

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Conclusion (Verdict):
LG LS5600 Full HD 1080p, 100Hz LED TV lets you see details and colours to the max. With almost double the pixel resolution, Full HD 1080p gives superior picture quality over standard HDTV. The price of this HDTV is ajusted to 2012 models without 3D. We recommend that you visit the LG LS570T model.
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Via: littlewoodsireland.ie

2 comments:

Oh man, having DLNA connectivity would be awesome, especially since my Dish Hopper is DLNA compatible too! I have been getting everything in place slowly, ever since a Dish co-worker told me the Hopper whole-home DVR was DNLA capable. Now that I know the LS5600 series is DNLA capable, I’m definitely looking into a larger model. Oh man, having a whole-home DVR is so nice, especially having 500 hours of HD recording time, which eliminated the family fights over sharing space on our old receiver.

The LG LED TV LS5600 is DLNA certified, so you can connected with your Dish Hopper or your DVR

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