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LG 42LS3400 LED HDTV Review

This simple LED delivers a picture quality that puts more expensive TVs to shame.

$719.00 42 in.
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Introduction

Please give a warm welcome to the LG 42LS3400 (MSRP $719). This is LG's most basic LED TV, which means it lacks any kind of good looks, motion enhancement, or fancy features. If you want 3D, you won't find it here. If you're looking for some kind of internet connectivity, you won't find it here.

If you want a great picture, though, you might want to check out the LG 42LS3400. This simple LED delivers a picture quality that puts more expensive TVs to shame.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Tour & Design
  4. Connectivity
  5. Performance
  6. Picture Quality
  7. Screen Performance
  8. Audio
  9. Power Consumption
  10. Calibration
  11. Software & Internet
  12. Software & Interface
  13. Conclusion
  14. Series Comparison
  15. Photo Gallery
  16. Ratings & Specs

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