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post Jul 7 2012, 03:04 AM, updated 8y ago

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Guys ..anyone bought any of this series would like to share their experiences & price.

I was quoted RM4,650 for 47LM 6700 TV & tempt to get it next week. Anybody got cheaper? It's a new model series currently. drool.gif
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post Jul 8 2012, 08:12 PM

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i Just Order 42 inch of LM6700 Series.. HAvent received yet! Anyone sharing this?
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post Jul 8 2012, 09:15 PM

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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 8 2012, 08:12 PM)
i Just Order 42 inch of LM6700 Series.. HAvent received yet! Anyone sharing this?
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How much u got that?
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post Jul 9 2012, 08:49 AM

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How much u got that?
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RM3400, and is it nice deal? I can't wait for tml
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post Jul 9 2012, 11:14 PM

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RM3400, and is it nice deal? I can't wait for tml
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That's real good price. My fren also quote me this price. Btw, cld u check out the price for 47", please. Donno if the price RM4650 a good buy?

Meantime, don't u want to get 3d player? U heard about Cinavia. Go get old model, Sony S385 a good choice.
Make sure u get 2 set of 3d glasses ya. That 8 altogether. I'm getting a set family pack & another mix with clip on. I already got kids 3d glass @ebay.

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post Jul 9 2012, 11:22 PM

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 9 2012, 11:14 PM)
That's real good price. My fren also quote me this price. Btw, cld u check out the price for 47", please. Donno if the price RM4650 a good buy?

Meantime, don't u want to get 3d player? U heard about Cinavia. Go get old model, Sony S385 a good choice.
Make sure u get 2 set of 3d glasses ya. That 8 altogether. I'm getting a set family pack & another mix with clip on. I already got kids 3d glass @ebay.
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47 My side here around Rm4600, Just Rm50 From you.. @@ Yea 2 set of 3d glasses but too bad i cant sacrifice 1 set for another good. They cant change for me
I havent think about 3d player yet.. i tot lot lowyat forumer recommend media player like realtek, sigma or dune?
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post Jul 9 2012, 11:38 PM

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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 9 2012, 11:22 PM)
47 My side here around Rm4600, Just Rm50 From you.. @@ Yea 2 set of 3d glasses but too bad i cant sacrifice 1 set for another good. They cant change for me
I havent think about 3d player yet.. i tot lot lowyat forumer recommend media player like realtek, sigma or dune?
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Thanks ....and I thought my friend charge me cheaper. Darn!
Can I know which outlet you get at this bargain price?

Tot, since it's a 3d tv..u will start 3d collections of BD. No matter, be aware of Cinavia compliant, it will not play pirated bd or downloads.
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post Jul 10 2012, 09:27 AM

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Subang taipan area there. Once I got mine tonight will share here dude. Yours receive? Any player you can recommend me ? Pm me usually where you find those movie like websites ?
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thinking to get 42 inch of LM6700 Series.. but my area here cheaper i can get is RM3600... both of you bundle with 2 set of glasses?
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post Jul 10 2012, 10:03 PM

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is this model LM6700 series got WiFi Built in..no need dongle??
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post Jul 10 2012, 10:05 PM

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jUst Got my unit half and hour ago.. yup 2 set glasses and it doesnt need a dongle... just connected to my unifi.. still testing now XD.. This TV 1 word i can describe so far of the design.. TRULY AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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post Jul 10 2012, 10:19 PM

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QUOTE(0oDURONo0 @ Jul 10 2012, 08:03 PM)
thinking to get 42 inch of LM6700 Series.. but my area here cheaper i can get is RM3600... both of you bundle with 2 set of glasses?
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But for 42 " LM6700 is only RM3,400 both Lemon & I got the quote. It's 47" which cost RM4,600. It's raya package so come with 2 free set of glasses. 1 set got 4. But mine is 1 set is mix with clip on glasses for specs person like me.


Added on July 10, 2012, 10:24 pm
QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 10 2012, 10:05 PM)
jUst Got my unit half and hour ago.. yup 2 set glasses and it doesnt need a dongle... just connected to my unifi.. still testing now XD.. This TV 1 word i can describe so far of the design.. TRULY AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Can't wait for mine on Saturday. Luv the design. Do they give 2 remote control. 1 is magic , the other normal?

Btw, word of advice, I read it's the brightest led tv so..no need to darken it as it will turn grey. Can u adjust tru motion?

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post Jul 10 2012, 10:29 PM

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 10 2012, 10:19 PM)
But for 42 " LM6700 is only RM3,400 both Lemon & I got the quote. It's 47" which cost RM4,600. It's raya package so come with 2 free set of glasses. 1 set got 4. But mine is 1 set is mix with clip on glasses for specs person like me.


Added on July 10, 2012, 10:24 pm
Can't wait for mine on Saturday. Luv the design. Do they give 2 remote control. 1 is magic , the other normal?

Btw, word of advice, I read it's the brightest led tv so..no need to darken it as it will turn grey. Can u adjust tru motion?
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Two control to be included this i can confirm... tru motion? I still new to it! Still figuring out now.. just set up wifi and play some youtube and social networking now @@..
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post Jul 10 2012, 10:52 PM

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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 10 2012, 10:29 PM)
Two control to be included this i can confirm... tru motion? I still new to it! Still figuring out now.. just set up wifi and play some youtube and social networking now @@..
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Bro..u got 2 box set of glass , comprising total 4 pairs in a box right?

Do give opinion on the video & audio quality, ya?

I read tru motion need to switch off during 3d view as during fast moving n motion u tend to see some candle effect or something. I read somewhere. U want recommended calibration?

Heard also utube watch not tat smooth...but how about K Pop, good in unifi?

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post Jul 11 2012, 07:30 PM

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YOUTUBE So far I got no laggy issues. Only lag when start loading that time... after that smooth like butter.. Im using 10mb Unifi anyway! For more detail i think i only able to share during weekend.. as i got no time to explore more now @@ I saw cnet got share their picture calibration on their forum about this tv..
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i got light bleeding at the top row, kinda minimal, but can notice it when the scene is dark.. any of u guys have it?
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post Jul 11 2012, 11:27 PM

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QUOTE(- JaY - @ Jul 11 2012, 10:19 PM)
i got light bleeding at the top row, kinda minimal, but can notice it when the scene is dark.. any of u guys have it?
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All led tv at the moment got bleed. All brands encounter this due to edge bleeding. No worry.


Added on July 11, 2012, 11:29 pmBtw...here's another review & recommended calibration of tv besides CNET.

http://www.televisioninfo.com/content/LG-4...HDTV-Review.htm

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QUOTE(- JaY - @ Jul 11 2012, 10:19 PM)
i got light bleeding at the top row, kinda minimal, but can notice it when the scene is dark.. any of u guys have it?
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Minor bleed is expected.... but a full on leak (very bright areas) on the edge is not...

Get a technician over, and ask him to check.... if need to, he will order a new panel and change it for you.... 30mins tops....

Also, a pic will tell us better...
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post Jul 14 2012, 10:58 AM

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The 47lm6700 came eventually.....but when fix up & plug onto switch, half the picture gone. Workers told me this the 1st time they encounter this...may likely cause by loadings & transit. Ssssshesh.. Now waiting for anther hour for them to deliver another new units.

Btw, could anyone clarify if it's free 2 packs of glasses or actually 6 glasses altogether. Mine told me only add 2 over the 1 set of family pack glass.

Is it advisable to connect the digital out audio frm TV direct to AV system (can watch Astro HD too) or back to original connection of direct frm BD player to AV. Your wise advice is most appreciated. thanks ahead.
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 14 2012, 10:58 AM)
The 47lm6700 came eventually.....but when fix up & plug onto switch, half the picture gone. Workers told me this the 1st time they encounter this...may likely cause by loadings & transit. Ssssshesh.. Now waiting for anther hour for them to deliver another new units.

Btw, could anyone clarify if it's free 2 packs of glasses or actually 6 glasses altogether. Mine told me only add 2 over the 1 set of family pack glass.

Is it advisable to connect the digital out audio frm TV direct to AV system (can watch Astro HD too) or back to original connection of direct frm BD player to AV. Your wise advice is most appreciated. thanks ahead.
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The free glasses is depends on what the store gives you.... check with them... ori from the TV shld be inside the box, not the family pack that is given outside of the box....

If you are using Astro HD, why dont you use HDMI from Astro -> AVR -> TV...?? HDMI can handle HD images and pics at the same time..... why add another element (TV out or BD Player) in between the Astro source and the AVR (i presume you mean AVR)....??
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post Jul 15 2012, 02:28 AM

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QUOTE(Poadster @ Jul 15 2012, 12:28 AM)
The free glasses is depends on what the store gives you.... check with them... ori from the TV shld be inside the box, not the family pack that is given outside of the box....

If you are using Astro HD, why dont you use HDMI from Astro -> AVR -> TV...?? HDMI can handle HD images and pics at the same time..... why add another element (TV out or BD Player) in between the Astro source and the AVR (i presume you mean AVR)....??
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Thanks.

Actually it's bluray & Astro Beyond hdmi to tv , then frm tv digital audio out to my AV system , instead of bluray player direct digital audio out to AV System.
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 15 2012, 02:28 AM)
Thanks.

Actually it's bluray & Astro Beyond hdmi to tv , then frm tv digital audio out to my AV system , instead of bluray player direct digital audio out to AV System.
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Without more details, your setup seems strange...

HMDI allows lossless DTS-MA and Dolby Digital TrueHD to be streamed from the BD player to AVR, which will then process the audio to the speakers....

Digital audio out (i presume you are referring to Optical Out) cannot stream DTS-MA or TrueHD, thus sending DTS-MA or TrueHD audio signals from HDMI BD player to TV will result in the TV processing the signal, and downmix them to DTS or Dolby Digital only, which is then sent to your AVR... this means you are listening to lower grade audio (if you are an audiophile la)...

As said, I would assume you are using HDMI BD -> TV -> AV just because your AV dont accept HDMI, and that your AVR only have one optical input...

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QUOTE(Poadster @ Jul 15 2012, 01:36 PM)
Without more details, your setup seems strange...

HMDI allows lossless DTS-MA and Dolby Digital TrueHD to be streamed from the BD player to AVR, which will then process the audio to the speakers....

Digital audio out (i presume you are referring to Optical Out) cannot stream DTS-MA or TrueHD, thus sending DTS-MA or TrueHD audio signals from HDMI BD player to TV will result in the TV processing the signal, and downmix them to DTS or Dolby Digital only, which is then sent to your AVR... this means you are listening to lower grade audio (if you are an audiophile la)...

As said, I would assume you are using HDMI BD -> TV -> AV just because your AV dont accept HDMI, and that your AVR only have one optical input...
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You r right. The worker that deliver the tv suggested me such. Frm tv optical out to av thus relying both beyond & bd player with hdmi. I suppose I'm getting lower grade audio. I'm switching back the optical output direct from originally bd player instead. Thanks bud. biggrin.gif

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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 11 2012, 07:30 PM)
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YOUTUBE So far I got no laggy issues. Only lag when start loading that time... after that smooth like butter.. Im using 10mb Unifi anyway! For more detail i think i only able to share during weekend.. as i got no time to explore more now @@ I saw cnet got share their picture calibration on their forum about this tv..
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Hi, saw this at Harvey Norman and Best Denki in Penang selling at RM5699. For the same model LM6700 47" pricing at Rm4650/Rm4600 is very tempting. May I ask where can I get it in KL? Thanks....
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QUOTE(Adroger @ Jul 16 2012, 12:00 PM)
Hi, saw this at Harvey Norman and Best Denki in Penang selling at RM5699. For the same model LM6700 47" pricing at Rm4650/Rm4600 is very tempting. May I ask where can I get it in KL? Thanks....
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Dont shop at these major chain stores lor.... Ask arnd in Sen Heng, E&E, or other neighbourhood electrical stores....
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QUOTE(Poadster @ Jul 16 2012, 02:50 PM)
Dont shop at these major chain stores lor.... Ask arnd in Sen Heng, E&E, or other neighbourhood electrical stores....
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Since I will be traveling down to KL this Friday, stain around KL area... Where would you guys recommend to get a good buy... say Bukit Bintang and KLCC...
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post Jul 16 2012, 11:07 PM

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Since I will be traveling down to KL this Friday, stain around KL area... Where would you guys recommend to get a good buy... say Bukit Bintang and KLCC...
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Never buy from this giant chain stores ..ie. senQ, Best Denki , Harvey Norman. Their price is explosive. I got mine from my area in Ipoh. Go to other LG dealer stores around your town area & scout for best price. This outlet usually display large LG signboard. They sell cheaper n reasonable. Ok..I did was to call up & also email enquiry to customer service for nearby shp dealer, next LG sales person call me & advice me accordingly or direct me to the shop nearest to my home.

Or else u can go to LG M'sian website , click for LM6700 tv, then at the slight right top, search for nearest dealer at your area. Scout around & perhaps demand for the price.

How's that ....if u r in Ipoh, I'll recommend you the shop. But I'm not familiar in KL. Lennon can help u in KL. but best Denki do at times offer good price. But I don't shop at this chain shop. I buy Panasonic I go Pansonic dealer, Sony at Sony dealer. They were very much cheaper. Don't go to mall. Town shop are cheaper.

Btw, the box for 47" is real huge. Won't fit in the car.

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 16 2012, 11:07 PM)
Never buy from this giant chain stores ..ie. senQ, Best Denki , Harvey Norman. Their price is explosive. I got mine from my area in Ipoh. Go to other LG dealer stores around your town area & scout for best price. This outlet usually display large LG signboard. They sell cheaper n reasonable. Ok..I did was to call up & also email enquiry to customer service for nearby shp dealer, next LG sales person call me & advice me accordingly or direct me to the shop nearest to my home.

Or else u can go to LG M'sian website , click for LM6700 tv, then at the slight right top, search for nearest dealer at your area. Scout around & perhaps demand for the price.

How's that ....if u r in Ipoh, I'll recommend you the shop. But I'm not familiar in KL.  Lennon can help u in KL. but best Denki do at times offer good price. But I don't shop at this chain shop. I buy Panasonic I go Pansonic dealer, Sony at Sony dealer. They were very much cheaper. Don't go to mall. Town shop are cheaper.

Btw, the box for 47" is real huge. Won't fit in the car.
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Thanks for the great tips... I'll be in Ipoh on Wed, which shop should I go to....
My car should fit as am driving a 4x4...
You have been very helpful and looking forward to yr reply
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After 2 days of playing with my new toy....I'm bloody impress with the tv. It's slim bezel & slick look transform my living hall futuristic deco. Just kidding but seriously darn nice to look at it. Here's my take on overall performances:-

3D - awesome man. Can't see the diff between active 3d & this passive. It's the best comfortable 3d ever. Family & friends of 8 can view in very wide angle. Light & laying on the couch & manage to watch the entire Despicable me in 1 go without strain in eyes.

Wifi- with unifi , loads of apps, loads of free 3D samplers, u tube etc. me love K- Pops..free MTV & live, interview etc. I feel so smart owning this smart tv.

Audio- with so slim bezel & tv, never imagine it produce quite powerful loud audio. It's way better then my older Samsung LCD & Panasonic Plasma. It surprise me. But then watching bd I'll opt for AV system.

HD- pass with flying color. It's colorful , so vibrant. Test in on Astro Beyond HD & bluray. Sure it's better then then my older LCD Samsung, but I luv the Samsung latest LED unit. Donno maybe they tested on their demo disc, thus looks better. I actually luv Samsung but then they do not produce passive 3D.

SD- not really my concern. My wife luv watching the poor Chinese drama disc so is my kids with their collection of cartoons on an old DVD player. It's ok only but can see the poor quality of the pics with loads of pixels. Watching tv programmes, none HD is acceptable.

All I can say LG produce most slickest flat tv at the moment. Watching 3D on a frameless tv is a whole new experience. It's like see them popping out at the side. Like viewing an aquarium. Donno how to describe...but simply amazing. This goes to watching other HD movies too.

Btw, I haven't calibrate my tv yet. I'll take a recommended calibration from website. Meantime, I switch to Vivid color coz I love colors. LG is good with color accuracy & vibrancy.


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QUOTE(Adroger @ Jul 16 2012, 11:19 PM)
Thanks for the great tips... I'll be in Ipoh on Wed, which shop should I go to....
My car should fit as am driving a 4x4...
You have been very helpful and looking forward to yr reply
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I can recommend you the shop with contact no. It's at Jalan Pasir Puteh. Hock Loong electrical. I can PM u details.

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 16 2012, 11:31 PM)
After 2 days of playing with my new toy....I'm bloody impress with the tv. It's slim bezel & slick look transform my living hall futuristic deco. Just kidding but seriously darn nice to look at it. Here's my take on overall performances:-

3D - awesome man. Can't see the diff between active 3d & this passive. It's the best comfortable 3d ever. Family & friends of 8 can view in very wide angle. Light & laying on the couch & manage to watch the entire Despicable me in 1 go without strain in eyes.

Wifi- with unifi , loads of apps, loads of free 3D samplers, u tube etc. me love K- Pops..free MTV & live, interview etc. I feel so smart owning this smart tv.

Audio- with so slim bezel & tv, never imagine it produce quite powerful loud audio. It's way better then my older Samsung LCD & Panasonic Plasma. It surprise me. But then watching bd I'll opt for AV system.

HD- pass with flying color. It's colorful , so vibrant. Test in on Astro Beyond HD & bluray. Sure it's better then then my older LCD Samsung, but I luv the Samsung latest LED unit. Donno maybe they tested on their demo disc, thus looks better. I actually luv Samsung but then they do not produce passive 3D.

SD- not really my concern. My wife luv watching the poor Chinese drama disc so is my kids with their collection of cartoons on an old DVD player. It's ok only but can see the poor quality of the pics with loads of pixels. Watching tv programmes, none HD is acceptable.

All I can say LG produce most slickest flat tv at the moment. Watching  3D on a frameless tv is a whole new experience. It's like see them popping out at the side. Like viewing an aquarium. Donno how to describe...but simply amazing. This goes to watching other HD movies too.

Btw, I haven't calibrate my tv yet. I'll take a recommended calibration from website. Meantime, I switch to Vivid color coz I love colors. LG is good with color accuracy & vibrancy.


Added on July 16, 2012, 11:33 pm
I can recommend you the shop with contact no. It's at Jalan Pasir Puteh. Hock Loong electrical. I can PM u details.
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Your write up is really tempting me, anyway good to have someone who actually owns it and tested it as a consumer... Do u think they have ready stock, on a norm they have to order and wait for quite awhile... but you have been fantastic with the 1st class info... Cheers

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Androgen...I just luv to help. Im kinda of person who luv to share.

Definitely got loads of stocks. The boss just got back from China tonight. I may call him to inform him you are friend of mine & will come to view it on weds. Will pm u shortly.

Donno if I did manage to pm u. Not familiar with forum uses.

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does the 42" comes with the magic remote?
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Yup. 2 control. Normal & magic.
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definitely not worth to go those shop that xstan said which is not value for money. Pm me so i can recomend to you. I g

et my unit at subang area.

Pictures qualities by this rAnge if smart tv i really cant fInd aNY on par with it.
And the sound really amaze me. didnt expect the ooutcome so good. Til now i havent get my home ssystem. I got not much space left. as beside of my tv is my wwardrobe. aNY rrecommended home theater which ddoesn't eat much space?
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Since I will be traveling down to KL this Friday, stain around KL area... Where would you guys recommend to get a good buy... say Bukit Bintang and KLCC...
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You can try Desa Home Theater in Low Yat Plaza.... just nego the hell out of their price...

Else you can try the outlets the other guys here have listed...
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Thanks guys... good tips and info though... Have decided to travel to Ipoh and get it... cheers
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i think you better call them to check the stock availability 1st b4 you go, sometime they don't keep stock, need to order and wait for 1 to 2 days time.
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Actually I did and Xstan was a big help... Thanks for putting a thought... cheers

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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 17 2012, 01:57 PM)
definitely not worth to go those shop that xstan said which is not value for money. Pm me so i can recomend to you. I g

et my unit at subang area.

Pictures qualities by this rAnge if smart tv i really cant fInd aNY on par with it.
And the sound really amaze me. didnt expect the ooutcome so good. Til now i havent get my home ssystem. I got not much space left. as beside of my tv is my wwardrobe. aNY rrecommended home theater which ddoesn't eat much space?
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Maybe get a soundbar or something like that. biggrin.gif


Added on July 17, 2012, 11:45 pm
Finally my orders for kids circular polarized glass frm EBay reached me. It cost me only RM54 for 6 pairs. So me kids now can comfortably watch 3d w/o fidgeting or adjusting the adult size glasses. Coz all the glass taint with fingerprints.

Now gonna watch my list long of 3D blurays I got frm Amz US & UK. So far 2 thumbs up frm me for IMAX Ultimate Wave 3D & Step UP 3d. Seriously amazing. Gonna watch Transformer , moon 3d later.


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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 11 2012, 07:30 PM)
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YOUTUBE So far I got no laggy issues. Only lag when start loading that time... after that smooth like butter.. Im using 10mb Unifi anyway! For more detail i think i only able to share during weekend.. as i got no time to explore more now @@ I saw cnet got share their picture calibration on their forum about this tv..
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Anyone knows where I can get a good price for 42LM6700?

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Hi..

Anyone knows where I can get a good price for 42LM6700?
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Need to know where u r from? As said again, for good reasonable price go for none chain home appliance outlet such as SenQ, Harvey, Courts etc. They were explosively expensive. Go for dealer shop with large LG signboard or check out the LG Msia web page, go for LM 6700 then on top right search for dealers near you. That's what I did.


Added on July 20, 2012, 12:04 am

Yesterday I discover that, though it's user manual booklet enclosed is not much help, the users @ the home menu is very informative. You guys can check it out. For those unsure or do not know how to calibrate the TV there is this user friendly steps by steps calibration for your adjustment or tuning to your liking.

BTW, I just tested 2D to 3D conversion is pretty good too. You can even adjust depth of 3D.

New things to discover everyday. It's so cool to read Facebook on TV. Now gonna to learn how to sync it to my Android Phone & IPad.
The magic remote is now easy to use after several practicing.

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 19 2012, 11:54 PM)
Need to know where u r from?  As said again, for good reasonable price go for none chain home appliance outlet such as SenQ, Harvey, Courts etc. They were explosively expensive. Go for dealer shop with large LG signboard or check out the LG Msia web page, go for LM 6700 then on top right search for dealers near you. That's what I did.


Added on July 20, 2012, 12:04 am

Yesterday I discover that, though it's user manual booklet enclosed is not much help, the users @ the home menu is very informative. You guys can check it out. For those unsure or do not know how to calibrate the TV there is this user friendly steps by steps calibration for your adjustment or tuning to your liking.

BTW, I just tested 2D to 3D conversion is pretty good too. You can even adjust depth of 3D.

New things to discover everyday. It's so cool to read Facebook on TV. Now gonna to learn how to sync it to my Android Phone & IPad.
The magic remote is now easy to use after several practicing.
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btw just for ure info on discussing discounts

47LM6700 is at RM4750, 47LM7600 is around RM6050 and 47LM8600 is around RM6300.

so u can show ure middle finger to all the TBM and harvey norman who puts a price tag of RM7999 for 47LM7600 and most probably then the sales guy "says oh this is before discount".. y not just start at RM1m and then bargain all the way down if thats the case.

so far only show units i see is the TBM in bangsar. Harvey Norman all no afaik .

personally i would say its either the 6700 or 8600 is the way to go.
y?? cause u get all the other extra features.. and a good app running smooth with the dual core.
forget so much about the screen quality refresh rate etc.. . dont bother with the best since all of them will come crashing down with oled releasing end of the year... it will be end of plasma true black, and lcd with led backlighting contrast etc. So few years down the road everybody will be having the perfect oleds at a cheaper price.

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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Jul 20 2012, 02:25 AM)
btw just for ure info on discussing discounts

47LM6700 is at RM4750, 47LM7600 is around RM6050 and 47LM8600 is around RM6300.

so u can show ure middle finger to all the TBM and harvey norman who puts a price tag of RM7999 for 47LM7600 and most probably then the sales guy "says oh this is before discount".. y not just start at RM1m and then bargain all the way down if thats the case.

so far only show units i see is the TBM in bangsar. Harvey Norman all no afaik .

personally i would say its either the 6700 or 8600 is the way to go.
y?? cause u get all the other extra features.. and a good app running smooth with the dual core.
forget so much about the screen quality refresh rate etc.. . dont bother with the best since all of them will come crashing down with oled releasing end of the year... it will be end of plasma true black, and lcd with led backlighting contrast etc. So few years down the road everybody will be having the perfect oleds at a cheaper price.
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would be the price for 42LM6700? whistling.gif whistling.gif
since those LM6200 is no wifi built in.. doh.gif doh.gif need to use dongle..
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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Jul 20 2012, 02:25 AM)
btw just for ure info on discussing discounts

47LM6700 is at RM4750, 47LM7600 is around RM6050 and 47LM8600 is around RM6300.

so u can show ure middle finger to all the TBM and harvey norman who puts a price tag of RM7999 for 47LM7600 and most probably then the sales guy "says oh this is before discount".. y not just start at RM1m and then bargain all the way down if thats the case.

so far only show units i see is the TBM in bangsar. Harvey Norman all no afaik .

personally i would say its either the 6700 or 8600 is the way to go.
y?? cause u get all the other extra features.. and a good app running smooth with the dual core.
forget so much about the screen quality refresh rate etc.. . dont bother with the best since all of them will come crashing down with oled releasing end of the year... it will be end of plasma true black, and lcd with led backlighting contrast etc. So few years down the road everybody will be having the perfect oleds at a cheaper price.
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I think if I'm not mistaken. Once the OLED TV launch at the end of this year. The price is gonna be quite expensive.
Need to wait until year 2016 then the price for OLED TV will be cheaper than current LED LCD TV right?


QUOTE(Johore @ Jul 20 2012, 11:05 AM)
would be the price for 42LM6700?  whistling.gif  whistling.gif
since those LM6200 is no wifi built in.. doh.gif  doh.gif  need to use dongle..
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I just called One Eight to ask about the price. They offer me RM3,390 with free delivery to my place.

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I think if I'm not mistaken. Once the OLED TV launch at the end of this year. The price is gonna be quite expensive.
Need to wait until year 2016 then the price for OLED TV will be cheaper than current LED LCD TV right?
I just called One Eight to ask about the price. They offer me RM3,390 with free delivery to my place.
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Nice one dude. My recommended shop price. Did you tRy other place?
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Nice one dude. My recommended shop price. Did you tRy other place?
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Haven't... anywhere else recommended?

P.S. In Thailand people selling this model only for 27,900 Bath (RM2,790).
Not sure why in Malaysia it's so expensive.


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Nice one dude. My recommended shop price. Did you tRy other place?
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One 8 is the shop L3nnon recommended?

BTW , I suppose no dongle required for Lg LM6200 model lah, Johore. It's quite similar to LM6700 just bezel different. There is many LM series if one do not require smart TV & is way cheaper.


Added on July 21, 2012, 12:17 amBet, Adroger is unpacking & installing his new 47LM6700 TV right now. So pal, tell us what yr opinion & view ya?

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Hey guys, saw an offer in the paper for LG LM4610. Is it good? Can't seem to find any reviews.
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Hey guys, saw an offer in the paper for LG LM4610. Is it good? Can't seem to find any reviews.
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Yup..saw this in display. It's basic 3D TV. No smart TV. If you want cinema 3D TV that's LG is now famed fr then this TV is good.
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Yup..saw this in display. It's basic 3D TV. No smart TV. If you want cinema 3D TV that's LG is now famed fr then this TV is good.
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I was thinking buying a cheaper non smart tv instead of more expensive smart tv then use the savings to buy a USD80 external android tv media player to turn the dump tv to even smarter tv. Can install whatever apps i like from google play like pps, YouTube, Facebook, tweeter, chrome, TheStar e-paper etc etc and watch over the tv.
What is your opinion ?
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I was thinking buying a cheaper non smart tv instead of more expensive smart tv then use the savings to buy a USD80 external android tv media player to turn the dump tv to even smarter tv. Can install whatever apps i like from google play like pps, YouTube, Facebook, tweeter, chrome, TheStar e-paper etc etc and watch over the tv.
What is your opinion ?
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Yup. It's good idea too. But apps in LG just little different. However I did not explore all of it. A friend of mine also suggest me on this media too for 3D downloads & I was contemplating to get it. Hw much is this media unit? But if it's passive 3D u want than this a good unit. In UK the models quite similar but less one zero like LM 6700 , while in Europe it's LM 670T. Can try to chk review frm Europe model series. smile.gif
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Yup. It's good idea too. But apps in LG just little different. However I did not explore all of it. A friend of mine also suggest me on this media too for 3D downloads & I was contemplating to get it. Hw much is this media unit? But if it's passive 3D u want than this a good unit. In UK the models quite similar but less one zero like LM 6700 , while in Europe it's LM 670T. Can try to chk review frm Europe model series.  smile.gif
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You mentioned the apps in LG just little different, do you mean apps like FB or YouTube on LG has lesser features then the ones on the Android ?
As the matter of fact, the Android TV media player support mini wireless keyboard cum mouse pad via its USB port. I check several online shopping websites, there are various type and selling price from USD50 to USD90.
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 21 2012, 12:13 AM)
One 8 is the shop L3nnon recommended?

BTW , I suppose no dongle required for Lg LM6200 model lah, Johore. It's quite similar to LM6700 just bezel different. There is many LM series if one do not require smart TV & is way cheaper.


Added on July 21, 2012, 12:17 amBet, Adroger is unpacking & installing his new 47LM6700 TV right now. So pal, tell us what yr opinion & view ya?
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Yep, have been busy fixing my new toy and all I can say is that LG has made it a lot easier for all of us. Pic on HD/Blu-ray and Astro Beyond is simply stunning. 3D is amazing as the passive glasses is light and no battery or charging require. I was once contemplating about the glossy screen, however there is not much reflections that really got my attention. It is just as smooth as like watching movie from my MAC. Anyway, it all depends on the lighting around the house.

The only setback is that I was not able to connect my audio from the TV to my old DVD surround system. So for the time being, am only able to utilize the built in speakers. Looks like I will have to buy a separate optical audio cable to link in order to get a better sound effect.

Almost got a 47"LW5700 from Harvey Norman at 3,999 which I personally thought is still a bargain. But this is exceptional reasonable at RM4,650 with the latest sleek design, I totally have no complaints but glued to the TV since morning watching some of my favorite movie. Begin with Real Steel and next on the reel, The Ghost Protocol......


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You mentioned the apps in LG just little different, do you mean apps like FB or YouTube on LG has lesser features then the ones on the Android ?
As the matter of fact, the Android TV media player support mini wireless keyboard cum mouse pad via its USB port. I check several online shopping websites, there are various type and selling price from USD50 to USD90.
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Sure thing the apps is different. LG got their own apps but mainly gear towards movie, MTV etcs. Includes social apps like Facebook. There loads of 3D samples & MTVs. It has it's own games but not as interactive as Google Play of Andriods version. Yes due to limitation on TV, apps on LG is just handful few only.


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The only setback is that I was not able to connect my audio from the TV to my old DVD surround system. So for the time being, am only able to utilize the built in speakers. Looks like I will have to buy a separate optical audio cable to link in order to get a better sound effect.

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See if I can help you in this. You can still connect it via normal surround cable from old audio out frm TV I suppose if the audio system hv no optical cable in.

Yeah...I still say LM6700 a better buy then LW5700 series especially the sleek look itself. I can actually sit staring @ the Blank TV as if it's a piece of Arts. BTW , try explore all the features & calibrate it yrself. Both video & audio has lots of tunings preferences. I manage to tune the flesh tone by discovering a flesh color tune. Both mine vid & aud is on Vivid mode but with some preference calibration.
Did u get 2 sets of glasses?

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LG 55LM4610 is good? my dad wanted to get 1.. i dont know tis model good or not.. cos internet cannot find, is it the same as 55LM4600? is there any technology difference between tis basic model and other? cos they free 1 lg bp420 bluray player which have LG smart in it..

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Sure thing the apps is different. LG got their own apps but mainly gear towards movie, MTV etcs. Includes social apps like Facebook. There loads of 3D samples & MTVs. It has it's own games but not as interactive as Google Play of Andriods version. Yes due to limitation on TV, apps on LG is just handful few only.


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See if I can help you in this. You can still connect it via normal surround cable from old audio out frm TV I suppose if the audio system hv no optical cable in.

Yeah...I still say LM6700 a better buy then LW5700 series especially the sleek look itself. I can actually sit staring @ the Blank TV as if it's a piece of Arts. BTW , try explore all the features & calibrate it yrself. Both video & audio has lots of tunings preferences. I manage to tune the flesh tone by discovering a flesh color tune. Both mine vid & aud is on Vivid mode but with some preference calibration.
Did u get 2 sets of glasses?
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Yeah, it works well with the Optical Audio Out and I noticed that the sound is so much better than a normal audio stereo jack. No wonder the cable is double the usual jack.

He gave me 2 sets of glasses with a total of 8 pieces all together.

Hey, do u have any idea of how to get astro beyond work in my room. Currently am able to watch via the RCA cable but unable to control the channel from my living room... Any realible transmitter that you can recommend?



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QUOTE(Adroger @ Jul 21 2012, 11:53 PM)
Yeah, it works well with the Optical Audio Out and I noticed that the sound is so much better than a normal audio stereo jack. No wonder the cable is double the usual jack.

He gave me 2 sets of glasses with a total of 8 pieces all together.

Hey, do u have any idea of how to get astro beyond work in my room. Currently am able to watch via the RCA cable but unable to control the channel from my living room... Any realible transmitter that you can recommend?
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Like u, I've moved my older Samsung LCD up in room & can't use Beyond unless I subscribe another decoder at 1/2 price. I did use the extend RCA link but can switch channel via some device. Can't recal what device I got many years back but after sometime it didn't work as I did something after that. I still unable to recover frm the connection thus stop watching Astro from my room instead. I watch video much more frequent in my room especially kids stuff. nod.gif


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LG 55LM4610 is good? my dad wanted to get 1.. i dont know tis model good or not.. cos internet cannot find, is it the same as 55LM4600? is there any technology difference between tis basic model and other? cos they free 1 lg bp420 bluray player which have LG smart in it..
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I can only say LG has the best 3D concept at the moment. The LM series are mainly for its 3D. I suppose it's similar to LM4600 series, maybe an updated version to LM4610.
Word advice...u can also opt not to get its player & get further discount, minus the player price actually. Becoz this player is likely Cinavia compliance, means u can't play pirated bd. only play original bd. suggest go get Sony S485 old unit which is feature packed 3D player @RM499. Don't go online with it as it may be auto infected.

LG better than other brands of similar model unit is as follows:
1. 3d passive TV
2. A size bigger (an inch bigger)
3. Best color reproduction
4. Affordable & features pack
5. Good looks on certain unit.
6. Brightest tv
7. Widest view angle tv.

But than, there's also hordes of weak.

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QUOTE(ben3003 @ Jul 21 2012, 08:12 PM)
LG 55LM4610 is good? my dad wanted to get 1.. i dont know tis model good or not.. cos internet cannot find, is it the same as 55LM4600? is there any technology difference between tis basic model and other? cos they free 1 lg bp420 bluray player which have LG smart in it..
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Hi Ben,
May I know what pricing has been quoted to you : (a) with free bluray player (b) without bluray player if you choose to trade in?
Since you are from Sarawak, I presume the model 4610 may be specially designated for your region/ for particular seller's company.
The one I've come across in Kepong & Damansara is only 4600.

Thanks.

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QUOTE(lingkl @ Jul 22 2012, 03:27 AM)
Hi Ben,
May I know what pricing has been quoted to you : (a) with free bluray player (b) without bluray player if you choose to trade in?
Since you are from Sarawak, I presume the model 4610 may be specially designated for your region/ for particular seller's company.
The one I've  come across in Kepong & Damansara is only 4600.

Thanks.
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according to my father, he said it is rm5999 bundle with the blu ray player. I dont know wat other option cos i am at offshore currently, i just managed to call back at he told me he wanted to get a new TV. I saw tat it is a pretty basic 3D TV without alot of features, so i think the blu ray player might able to compensate the loss, anyhow i have a media player at home. I just scare tat the quality is not good, so on so forth. BUt LM should be a 2012 model la.. 4610 is for thailand market i guess, cos u searched the web show thai character.
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QUOTE(ben3003 @ Jul 22 2012, 08:32 AM)
according to my father, he said it is rm5999 bundle with the blu ray player. I dont know wat other option cos i am at offshore currently, i just managed to call back at he told me he wanted to get a new TV. I saw tat it is a pretty basic 3D TV without alot of features, so i think the blu ray player might able to compensate the loss, anyhow i have a media player at home. I just scare tat the quality is not good, so on so forth. BUt LM should be a 2012 model la.. 4610 is for thailand market i guess, cos u searched the web show thai character.
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I presume it's 55" model . As said for RM4650 u get 47" LM6700 unit. A real good looking gadget.
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I presume it's 55" model . As said for RM4650 u get 47" LM6700 unit. A real good looking gadget.
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oh.. LM6700 got wat advantage over LM4600? but maybe my dad wan bigger size..
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 22 2012, 10:00 AM)
I presume it's 55" model . As said for RM4650 u get 47" LM6700 unit. A real good looking gadget.
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oh.. LM6700 got wat advantage over LM4600? but maybe my dad wan bigger size..
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I ve surveyed and compared this model LM series with Samsung 51'3D and Panasonic 50' 3D on LED & Plasma randomly.
LG's technology on colour rich & 3D is really amazing especially on the 3D 'depth' factor. You have to experience personally to feel it.
Yes LM4600 is a 55' basic unit that provide basic connectivity to interphase with other features of your choice.
Personally, for 3D effect viewing, the bigger screen size, the better sensational feel.


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wow getting lot ppl discuss about this tv. I love thier magic remote as well. Just like your mOuse. No matter which way you facing.
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QUOTE(lingkl @ Jul 22 2012, 11:31 AM)
I ve surveyed and compared this model LM series with Samsung 51'3D and Panasonic 50' 3D on LED & Plasma randomly.
LG's technology on colour rich & 3D is really amazing especially on the 3D 'depth' factor.  You have to experience personally to feel it.
Yes LM4600 is a 55' basic unit that provide basic connectivity to interphase with other features of your choice.
Personally, for 3D effect viewing, the bigger screen size, the better sensational feel.
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oh ok... then if i get a LM6700 or LM6200 is basically same with LM4600 in terms of picture and 3d quality? except the razor bezel la.. and i don have smart tv option..


Added on July 22, 2012, 6:19 pmin the end my dad bought the older model cos in miri no new model.. need wait 1 more month.. he bought 55lw4500 the shop give 1 samsung smart bluray player with wifi i think is wat bd-5900..

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QUOTE(ben3003 @ Jul 22 2012, 04:16 PM)
oh ok... then if i get a LM6700 or LM6200 is basically same with LM4600 in terms of picture and 3d quality? except the razor bezel la.. and i don have smart tv option..


Added on July 22, 2012, 6:19 pmin the end my dad bought the older model cos in miri no new model.. need wait 1 more month.. he bought 55lw4500 the shop give 1 samsung smart bluray player with wifi i think is wat bd-5900..
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The Lw4500 is still a good model. 3D good too. Here the shp clear this old stocks at very cheap price.
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The Lw4500 is still a good model. 3D good too. Here the shp clear this old stocks at very cheap price.
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Lw4500 or LM4600 - What price do you think is good and fair currently?
Appreciate you input.
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Lw4500 or LM4600 - What price do you think is good and fair currently?
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Havent see the specs yet. Maybe u can xtract both specs info. Certainly LM 4600 is newer slight improve model version then LW4500. tongue.gif
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Wat r h different lw5700 lm series ?
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Wat r h different lw5700 lm series ?
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Technology & design. More apps, features rich. Slick design. 3D quite same..unless LW series been updated with latest firmware. Price wise LM is slight more expensive. LW is last year model while LM is this year recent launch.
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Regarding te apps can update is it ?wat latest tec n feature ?the salesman told me around the same thing
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 22 2012, 11:08 PM)
Havent see the specs yet. Maybe u can xtract both specs info. Certainly LM 4600 is newer slight improve model version then LW4500.  tongue.gif
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but my dad say lm4600 no much changes, just some outlook change, and they remove some function, some connectivity.. lw4500 got some nice review out there, i think basically tech is all the same la..
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What do you guys think that I should buy 42LM6700 now or wait for OLED TV at the end of the year?

I think that once they release OLED TV at the end of the year then the price gonna be very very very
expensive. Am I right?

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real good price!!! good picture!!!
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but my dad say lm4600 no much changes, just some outlook change, and they remove some function, some connectivity.. lw4500 got some nice review out there, i think basically tech is all the same la..
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May I know how much your dad bought the unit lw4500? Thanks.
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i think around 5k with free samsung bd-e5900 ..
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Technology & design. More apps, features rich. Slick design. 3D quite same..unless LW series been updated with latest firmware. Price wise LM is slight more expensive. LW is last year model while LM is this year recent launch.
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LM6700 LG LW5600 difference?
The 3D LG LG 47LM6700 is a 3D TV similar to last year's model, the LG 47LW5600. They are certainly comparable statistics, but the color 47LM6700 has improved, and a wider viewing angle. However, the major improvements over 2011 television are undoubtedly a great upgrade. Online content has a better organization, improvement of magic at a distance is that the streaming content much more accessible, and 3D images set the standard for quality. It really is obvious, the 47LM6700 LG is definitely an improved display.

Read frm the following review for more info & comparison.

http://www.televisioninfo.com/content/LG-4...LG-47LW5600.htm


Added on July 23, 2012, 11:05 pm
QUOTE(popoye @ Jul 22 2012, 11:46 PM)
Regarding te apps can update is it ?wat latest tec n feature ?the salesman told me around the same thing
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Read the above statement .


Added on July 23, 2012, 11:11 pm
QUOTE(Kanuki @ Jul 23 2012, 10:18 AM)
What do you guys think that I should buy 42LM6700 now or wait for OLED TV at the end of the year?

I think that once they release OLED TV at the end of the year then the price gonna be very very very
expensive. Am I right?
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Definitely ...price gonna be real expensive coz it targets early adopters. Simple marketing strategy. But then if u r in no hurry, do wait ...it pays. I just want to upgrade my TV to 3D led. My next upgrade will be Oled TV.

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Guys, need your help.

I just bought a LM6200 TV with wifi dongle but I can't connect to Unifi internet. The TV can detect & connect to gateway but cannot connect at DNS. What setting's do I have to change in the router?

My notebook & handphone can connect to Unifi / internet but not the TV.

However the TV can connect to internet via my handphone tethering on 3G.

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 23 2012, 11:04 PM)
LM6700 LG LW5600 difference?
The 3D LG LG 47LM6700 is a 3D TV similar to last year's model, the LG 47LW5600. They are certainly comparable statistics, but the color 47LM6700 has improved, and a wider viewing angle. However, the major improvements over 2011 television are undoubtedly a great upgrade. Online content has a better organization, improvement of magic at a distance is that the streaming content much more accessible, and 3D images set the standard for quality. It really is obvious, the 47LM6700 LG is definitely an improved display.

Read frm the following review for more info & comparison.

http://www.televisioninfo.com/content/LG-4...LG-47LW5600.htm


Added on July 23, 2012, 11:05 pm
Read the above statement .


Added on July 23, 2012, 11:11 pm
Definitely ...price gonna be real expensive coz it targets early adopters. Simple marketing strategy. But then if u r in no hurry, do wait ...it pays. I just want to upgrade my TV to 3D led. My next upgrade will be Oled TV.
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but 55lm6700 too exp >< my dad say 47 too small, so he got 55lw4500 for around 5k, i think still a good buy at tat price for tat inch..
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QUOTE(hart932 @ Jul 23 2012, 11:16 PM)
Guys, need your help.

I just bought a LM6200 TV with wifi dongle but I can't connect to Unifi internet. The TV can detect & connect to gateway but cannot connect at DNS. What setting's do I have to change in the router?

My notebook & handphone can connect to Unifi / internet but not the TV.

However the TV can connect to internet via my handphone tethering on 3G.
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Strange....I tot LM6200 do not require wifi dongle to connect. I'm no IT guy thus can't help u here.
Anyway, did u download LG Magic apps for to sync our phone Android & IOS to TV?

Im trying that now.
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Looking for a 3D tv & majority recommend LG LM series. Lot of reviews have great positive feedback for this series too. Any else users mind to share ur experience? Shld go for lm6200 or lm6700?
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Hi L3nnon just wanted to know which shop you get your 42lm6700 from at subang taioan? Still 3400?
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QUOTE(franson @ Jul 25 2012, 11:43 AM)
Looking for a 3D tv & majority recommend LG LM series. Lot of reviews have great positive feedback for this series too. Any else users mind to share ur experience? Shld go for lm6200 or lm6700?
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Difference of price for 47" is merely RM400.00 but design is way apart. As said, if it's a pleasure just to stare at a black slick frameless tv of LM6700...as an art form or admiring its slim features w/ o worrying been caught for sexual harassment , then go for LM6700. rolleyes.gif drool.gif
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 25 2012, 11:15 PM)
Difference of price for 47" is merely RM400.00 but design is way apart. As said, if it's a pleasure just  to stare at a black slick frameless tv of LM6700...as an art form or admiring its slim features w/ o worrying been caught for sexual harassment , then go for LM6700.  rolleyes.gif  drool.gif
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haha bro~ base on this statement, I have decided to go for LM6700 as I totally agree that LM6700 design is indeed awesome rclxms.gif

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Hi L3nnon just wanted to know which shop you get your 42lm6700 from at subang taioan? Still 3400?
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other called and get the price of rm3990 iincluding delivery. You can try nego.

The design definitely awesome. sleek design
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Hi, can anyone tell me, does LM6700 comes with a headphone jack?

Thanks
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I check...no jack. Screen is too slim. ohmy.gif


Added on July 26, 2012, 11:33 pmGuys..discover that u can download LG tvmedia & LG Remote apps onto yr Andriod or IOS device (phone or tab) & u can can control frm yr device to TV. U can play videos etc frm LG Tvmedia etc on yr TV. Cool...u can control tv frm yr smart phn too.

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 26 2012, 11:28 PM)
I check...no jack. Screen is too slim.  ohmy.gif


Added on July 26, 2012, 11:33 pmGuys..discover that u can download LG tvmedia & LG Remote apps onto yr Andriod or IOS device (phone or tab) & u can can control frm yr device to TV. U can play videos etc frm LG Tvmedia etc on yr TV. Cool...u can control tv frm yr smart phn too.
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Ya iTS called LG magic the apps name
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Thanks Xstan!
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Attention Penang Kia, theres a LG roadshow in Gurney Plaza Penang on Saturday & Sunday. Go check out on the LM series TV. Who knows u could get good bargain there.
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looking for cheapest LG 3D LED TV to get b4 Raya. what is in the market now? estimate pricing? Location?
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what the market price for LW4500 now?
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looking for cheapest LG 3D LED TV to get b4 Raya. what is in the market now? estimate pricing? Location?
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I suppose if u want cheapest 3d tv now, u cld check out LW4500 model as they were clearing stocks for the LM series. lM cheapest 3d series is the LM4610 model, me thinks.
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what the best pricing from 42LW4500 now?
Thanks for the reply.
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what the best pricing from 42LW4500 now?
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where can get this best offer for LW4500 ?
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WTB LG 42LM6700. Pls provide location of store in Klang Valley and PM best price.

tq
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WTB LG 42LM6700. Pls provide location of store in Klang Valley and PM best price.

tq
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Hi, i look forward to this TV too when i was at Desa Home Theater at Kepong. The design was nice and the sleek look of chrome really impress me when i first look at it. I change my mind and bought the LW5700 because when i touch the base stand and the side frame of the TV, i is not real chrome material but plastic cry.gif . No offence to those already bought this TV but the price for this TV is not cheap and the quality is really disappointing sad.gif . If you dont mind the built quality then this TV is great with built in WIFI, better Magic motion control, dual play mode when gaming and 200HZ refresh rate thumbup.gif . Good luck icon_rolleyes.gif

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What was the price at Desa Home? Retail LG RRP RM4499 iinm. 42" model.


Added on August 1, 2012, 1:39 pmOkay, went to Desa Home, Lowyat branch over lunch break. 42LM6700 no stock even at their Kepong branch. Apparently a customer before me bought/reserved 3 units (who on earth buys 3? I suspect a reseller. Must've gotten a good deal too).

Anyway, mine arrives next Monday, probably reorder shipment.

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QUOTE(Morpheus2be @ Aug 1 2012, 11:48 AM)
What was the price at Desa Home? Retail LG RRP RM4499 iinm. 42" model.


Added on August 1, 2012, 1:39 pmOkay, went to Desa Home, Lowyat branch over lunch break. 42LM6700 no stock even at their Kepong branch. Apparently a customer before me bought/reserved 3 units (who on earth buys 3? I suspect a reseller. Must've gotten a good deal too).

Anyway, mine arrives next Monday, probably reorder shipment.
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whut will be the price?any gift included? thumbup.gif thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 26 2012, 09:12 AM)
other called and get the price of rm3990 iincluding delivery. You can try nego.

The design definitely awesome. sleek design
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l3nnon mistyped...it's actually RM3390 only, certainly best price to date for 42". Best price for 47" is RM4600. Who got better then this for LM6700 series?
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Aug 2 2012, 12:46 AM)
l3nnon mistyped...it's actually RM3390 only, certainly best price to date for 42". Best price for 47" is RM4600. Who got better then this for LM6700 series?
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Thanks for correcting dude.. Ya its Rm3390 only from the same shop i recommended! You all might try to nego and get a better price.. Benefit for other forumer as well rclxms.gif
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RM3390 is a good deal. I paid ~RM400 more at Lowyat. Enjoy this excellent purchase.
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Aug 2 2012, 12:46 AM)
l3nnon mistyped...it's actually RM3390 only, certainly best price to date for 42". Best price for 47" is RM4600. Who got better then this for LM6700 series?
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Guys pls PM me where to get it at that price?

tq
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is this tv lm6700 came with built in camera as well?
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Guys pls PM me where to get it at that price?

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check your pm dude.

And no camera with this model..

i should get some commission from that shop. Jk :-P
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pls pm me the address.. smile.gif
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Pls PM me too, I'm from Penang but quite tempt to head over to KL to get one coz the best price I got so far from here is RM 5299 for 47" LM6700.
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Have u guys compared this model with samsung series 6 led tv? Samsung series 6 led tv also price around same & spec too
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Have u guys compared this model with samsung series 6 led tv? Samsung series 6 led tv also price around same & spec too
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Yup...only LG excel in passive 3D tv. While Samsung is still with its expensive Active 3d.


Added on August 4, 2012, 1:41 am
QUOTE(muman7 @ Aug 3 2012, 05:29 PM)
Pls PM me too, I'm from Penang but quite tempt to head over to KL to get one coz the best price I got so far from here is RM 5299 for 47" LM6700.
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Funny thing is..there's one other Pg member drove to Ipoh to get a unit 47" from my dealer but @ price RM4650. I can intro u the dealer if u wish to.


Added on August 4, 2012, 1:47 amGuys..any of you want to share on your new discovery of this TV? Anybody know how to update the KPop apps. It's the same music clips...don't they update? Anybody try out Astro 3D 818channel?

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Funny thing is..there's one other Pg member drove to Ipoh to get a unit 47" from my dealer but @ price RM4650. I can intro u the dealer if u wish to.

Yeah bro,it's even better! Please PM me the details. notworthy.gif

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Hi Guys,

I'm looking for the 55 inch LM6700. Does anyone know the cost and where I can get best price? Where is this great place in Taipan?

Hope someone can help.

Thanks smile.gif
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Wor hoh!

Just paid for a [email protected], delivering it this evening! drool.gif

Thanks to L3nnon n Xstan, for sharing costs info n location. I did not get it from Taipan, manage
to find a shop nearby with this price so I kena poison immediately.

Starting price RM4680...only manage to squeeze 30 off, free 1 HDMI + 4 xtra pairs of 3-D glasses.



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Hi Guys,

Could someone please pm me the shop in Subang/Taipan?

Thanks Kindly

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JUST got my 42 inch of LM6700, simply superb. my wife amazed watch battleship 1080p
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Hi Guys,

Could someone please pm me the shop in Subang/Taipan?

Thanks Kindly
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I got this from L3nnon
One Eight Electric Sdn Bhd <-- TAIPAN ELECTRONIC SHOP
No. 43 & 45, Jalan Usj 10/1A Taman Seafield Jaya, 47610, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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Anyone got any problem registering their set with LG online? I get an error message saying mine cannot be registered.

Model: 42LM6700.ATS (online model is 42LM6700)


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any1 can let me know why the 3D movie have split screen?
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Anyone got any problem registering their set with LG online? I get an error message saying mine cannot be registered.

Model: 42LM6700.ATS (online model is 42LM6700)
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I got no problem with it. Do registr again..mayb I'd been used.


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any1 can let me know why the 3D movie have split screen?
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U tune to wrong 3d. There's game 3d version with split screen. It's for gamers not for regular movie. Click once...next one will go split screen. It's for dual screen glass.


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Wor hoh!

Just paid for a [email protected], delivering it this evening!  drool.gif

Thanks to L3nnon n Xstan, for sharing costs info n location. I did not get it from Taipan, manage
to find a shop nearby with this price so I kena poison immediately.

Starting price RM4680...only manage to squeeze 30 off, free 1 HDMI + 4 xtra pairs of 3-D glasses.
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Yup..let's share our experience ya. Let's help each other too.

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Still playing around with the setups. Anyone wanna share their settings?

I've been using this; http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lg-lcd...n-settings.html


Calibrations:

POST CALIBRATION SETTINGS: GAMUT
Energy Saving OFF
Picture Mode ISF Expert 1
Backlight 41
Contrast 86
Brightness 57
H Sharpness 25
V Sharpness 25
Color 58
Tint G6
Super Resolution OFF
LED Local Dimming OFF
Dynamic Contrast OFF
Noise Reduction OFF
MPEG Noise Reduction OFF
Black Level LOW
Color Gamut STANDARD
Edge Enhancement OFF
Color Filter OFF
Color Temp WARM
GAMMA 2.2
Method 2 Point IRE
Pattern OUTER
COLOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WHITE BALANCE
Color Tint Luminance
Red 1 5 2
Green 3 6 0
Blue -10 -8 2
Yellow -2 -1 0
Cyan 3 8 1
Magenta -3 0 0

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Does anyone know if there's any LG roadshow in Penang again?

Now considering between 55LM6700 and 55LM6200.
A local electric store quoted me RM8900 and RM7200 for above model.
There's RM1,700 difference....
Both comes with 8pcs of 3D specs.

From what I know, the differences between the two are:
1) obviously the appearance...
2) wifi ready for LM6200, Built in for LM6700...

Anything else? smile.gif
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dont think so the 55 is that much.

the 55LM7600 i can get it for RM7k


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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Aug 7 2012, 11:20 PM)
dont think so the 55 is that much.

the 55LM7600 i can get it for RM7k
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Dude....
Retail Price for 55LM7600 is RM12,999.
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Dude....
Retail Price for 55LM7600 is RM12,999.
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Google and do some research.....

We have two eyes, both situated a distance apart.... each eye sees one image that is slightly differently angled, and sends both images to the brain, where it "combines" the images to produce a sense of depth and distance... thus the moniker 3D....

3D TV uses the same "two images" concept, delivers them left/right (aka Side by Side) or up/down (aka Over Under), to each eye... and the brain does the rest.... 3D images are produces....

3D DLP projectors uses the Checkerboard format, while LED TV uses SBS, OU and pack sequential frames... sequential frame is the only true Full HD format (used in bluray players and bluray discs) while the other formats are usually half the screen's true resolution (as the screen is split with two images)....
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So, you bought 55LM7600 for 7K?? Where?? Or you selling?
I have a LG Raya Promotion Brochure from SenHeng, stating RM12,999. Even after discount, still around 10k...

At least provide some facts or source...no point acting secretive here... Welcome to forum...
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QUOTE(Soukarin @ Aug 7 2012, 11:14 PM)
Does anyone know if there's any LG roadshow in Penang again?

Now considering between 55LM6700 and 55LM6200.
A local electric store quoted me RM8900 and RM7200 for above model.
There's RM1,700 difference....
Both comes with 8pcs of 3D specs.

From what I know, the differences between the two are:
1) obviously the appearance...
2) wifi ready for LM6200, Built in for LM6700...

Anything else?  smile.gif
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Ya..the very thin bezel. U can just admire the Slim sleek tv even w/o watching movies or programmers. Hell it look real good as deco item in living hall. Go for LM6700 design will never b outdated real soon.


Added on August 8, 2012, 12:41 am
QUOTE(Morpheus2be @ Aug 7 2012, 08:50 AM)
Still playing around with the setups. Anyone wanna share their settings?

I've been using this; http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lg-lcd...n-settings.html
Calibrations:

POST CALIBRATION SETTINGS: GAMUT
Energy Saving OFF
Picture Mode ISF Expert 1
Backlight 41
Contrast 86
Brightness 57
H Sharpness 25
V Sharpness 25
Color 58
Tint G6
Super Resolution OFF
LED Local Dimming OFF
Dynamic Contrast OFF
Noise Reduction OFF
MPEG Noise Reduction OFF
Black Level LOW
Color Gamut STANDARD
Edge Enhancement OFF
Color Filter OFF
Color Temp WARM
GAMMA 2.2
Method 2 Point IRE
Pattern OUTER
COLOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WHITE BALANCE
  Color Tint Luminance
Red 1 5 2
Green 3 6 0
Blue -10 -8 2
Yellow -2 -1 0
Cyan 3 8 1
Magenta -3 0 0
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Yup..tried but not to my liking. I do my own adjustment with Vivid color. I also play with their guides ..n stick with my normal DVD player for my wife Chinese drama series. But my adjustment for both Astro HD & BD player via HDMI different. Anyway..no matter how you tune it..it simply awesome. Brightest TV with rich colors for 3d.


Added on August 8, 2012, 12:43 am
QUOTE(Soukarin @ Aug 8 2012, 12:35 AM)
So, you bought 55LM7600 for 7K?? Where??  Or you selling?
I have a LG Raya Promotion Brochure from SenHeng, stating RM12,999. Even after discount, still around 10k...

At least provide some facts or source...no point acting secretive here... Welcome to forum...
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Actually the Raya Promotion brochure is from official LG Malaysia...
I bet some of you guys have it from other electric stores too.
And it's on LG Msia website too...
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QUOTE(Soukarin @ Aug 8 2012, 12:35 AM)
So, you bought 55LM7600 for 7K?? Where??  Or you selling?
I have a LG Raya Promotion Brochure from SenHeng, stating RM12,999. Even after discount, still around 10k...

At least provide some facts or source...no point acting secretive here... Welcome to forum...
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QUOTE(Soukarin @ Aug 8 2012, 12:53 AM)
Actually the Raya Promotion brochure is from official LG Malaysia...
I bet some of you guys have it from other electric stores too.
And it's on LG Msia website too...
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My nick and rep is already a source of facts.

if u actually start reading abit of this thread and others u would have realized a few things.
but then again u're just lazy and want to be spoonfed.

Welcome to adulthood. Be more responsible. Gave you a big hint. Go and ask around based on that price. So instead wasting time and questioning ppl who tried to help u. Help ureself

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QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Aug 8 2012, 01:09 AM)
My nick and rep is already a source of facts.

if u actually start reading abit of this thread and others u would have realized a few things.
but then again u're just lazy and want to be spoonfed.

Welcome to adulthood. Be more responsible. Gave you a big hint. Go and ask around based on that price. So instead wasting time and questioning ppl who tried to help u. Help ureself
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This is the latest Raya ads from LG Msia.
http://www.lg.com/my/redeem/raya.pdf

RM7,000 for 55", Model LM7600??
I have read through this whole thread, I'm not lazy, just want to get clarified.


Added on August 8, 2012, 1:33 am
QUOTE(cstkl1 @ Aug 8 2012, 01:09 AM)
My nick and rep is already a source of facts.

if u actually start reading abit of this thread and others u would have realized a few things.
but then again u're just lazy and want to be spoonfed.

Welcome to adulthood. Be more responsible. Gave you a big hint. Go and ask around based on that price. So instead wasting time and questioning ppl who tried to help u. Help ureself
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I'm not questioning you, I just want to make things clear.
I was comparing between 55LM6200(RM7200) and 55LM6700(8900).
Then u came with higher specs compared to these 2 models but with way lower price....so I just want to know and clarify further. Your point just doesn't make sense to me.....
No offence.

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Guys...let's share, pleeeeeease. Here, v help one another ya? Let's b proud owner of LG LM series.
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QUOTE(Soukarin @ Aug 8 2012, 01:22 AM)
This is the latest Raya ads from LG Msia.
http://www.lg.com/my/redeem/raya.pdf

RM7,000 for 55", Model LM7600??
I have read through this whole thread, I'm not lazy, just want to get clarified.


Added on August 8, 2012, 1:33 am

I'm not questioning you, I just want to make things clear.
I was comparing between 55LM6200(RM7200) and 55LM6700(8900).
Then u came with higher specs compared to these 2 models but with way lower price....so I just want to know and clarify further. Your point just doesn't make sense to me.....
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dude its not exactly 7k.. i was told around that region but i know for a fact 47LM7600 is at 6050. This was the one i ranted about that TBM started at RM7999, i got a 47LM6700 at RM4750 with 6 glasses (it comes with it) here at MY.

Go to ure shop. and Ask again. Better yet from a owner of a shop that u know. Y u think all hardware shop has so many ppl working for them.. running 24/7 aircond.. few shop lots.. heck few stories.
U think they are making Rm100-200 for every product they sell?? Their margin is way higher.

Lazy as in seriously go around shops. Alot of them dont stock and will dont mind earning abit since its just order and deliver. Ask the shop owners if u can.

Take note the prob with LG is. The shop's etc are all dumbass. The LM in panel quality is about Samsung 5series or Sony EX72 level. They dont compete with both the 7,8 and hx series. LG price point is more on design and the Smart TV and other benefits like dual screen gameplay and non powered 3d lenses. Malaysian shop's and LG to a point priced it to compete thinking ppl here are stupid.


Added on August 8, 2012, 10:01 amOk here is me helping. Called and checked. Cost price is RM7400.

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guys, isit possible to install netflix on LG smart tv? i couldnt set the country to US, since they tv provide limited country to choose.
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QUOTE(Xstan @ Aug 4 2012, 01:38 AM)
Yup...only LG excel in passive 3D tv. While Samsung is still with its expensive Active 3d.


Added on August 4, 2012, 1:41 am
Funny thing is..there's one other Pg member drove to Ipoh to get a unit 47" from my dealer but @ price RM4650. I can intro u the dealer if u wish to.


Added on August 4, 2012, 1:47 amGuys..any of you want to share on your new discovery of this TV? Anybody know how to update the KPop apps. It's the same music clips...don't they update? Anybody try out Astro 3D 818channel?
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Appreciate ur help, thinking to get this TV as well... pmed me the store details.. im from ipoh
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This morning noticed there was an OTA firmware update to version 4+. Anyone else got that?

@Elanges, how'd you get Netflix to work? You use VPN? I thought Netflix/Hulu blocked most VPN access?
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yes using vpn "unotelly.com" working fine with me smile.gif


Added on August 8, 2012, 2:02 pmGUYS, normaly how you play the downloaded 3D video's ? using build in player on tv? i tried play from pc, when i combine split screen the movie is somekind of blur.. but when use the tv build in player works fine .

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u connect ur pc to the screen? i use a dedicated 3d media player, works like a charm smile.gif it will automatically switch my tv to 3d mode, tho the popup dialog when u switch to 3d i need to press to remove it.
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QUOTE(Elanges @ Aug 8 2012, 11:27 AM)
guys, isit possible to install netflix on LG smart tv?  i couldnt set the country to US, since they tv provide limited country to choose.
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Ya...ours limited to ASEAN countries. It will be great if it's US. nevertheless for countries in US, Tv is equip with ready Netflix apps in the menu.


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This morning noticed there was an OTA firmware update to version 4+. Anyone else got that?

@Elanges, how'd you get Netflix to work? You use VPN? I thought Netflix/Hulu blocked most VPN access?
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Haven't check it out. Hope the updates will upgrade & improvise further the features etc. will try it out later at night.


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QUOTE(Elanges @ Aug 8 2012, 12:04 PM)
yes using vpn "unotelly.com"  working fine with me smile.gif


Added on August 8, 2012, 2:02 pmGUYS, normaly how you play the downloaded 3D video's ? using build in player on tv?  i tried play from pc, when i combine split screen the movie is somekind of blur.. but when use the tv build in player works fine .
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I'm no tech savvy..but I suppose the PC must be also 3D compliant just like 3D bluray player.


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Xstan,
Appreciate ur help, thinking to get this TV as well... pmed me the store details.. im from ipoh
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Sure..will PM you shortly . Let me get the phn no, ya. It's actually Hock Loong , Jln Pasir Puteh outlet. Will get u the phn no. Of the boss. He agreed to gv the same price for 42 & 47 as I or lower, if they were refer by me. rclxms.gif

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3D TV uses the same "two images" concept, delivers them left/right (aka Side by Side) or up/down (aka Over Under), to each eye... and the brain does the rest.... 3D images are produces....
I think you mean "3D Channel" and not "3D TV". All 3D TV in the last two years accept SBS, OU and FS formats and output as 3D.

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With regards to LED TVs, see above. Checkerboard format is a method of delivering 3D content, just like SBS, OU and FS. It is not a popular method now due to the extra bandwidth we have. But 3D DLP projectors don't use the checkerboard method to project the images. Just like active 3D TVs, 3D DLP projectors project them frame sequentially.

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QUOTE(Morpheus2be @ Aug 8 2012, 12:01 PM)
This morning noticed there was an OTA firmware update to version 4+. Anyone else got that?

@Elanges, how'd you get Netflix to work? You use VPN? I thought Netflix/Hulu blocked most VPN access?
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I just updated firmware to ver 4. Good news is features added Trumotion, where u can adjust to smooth, off etc. can also adjust judder @ Trumotion. I off it instantly. Was not sure if they added anything else..but my LG apps seems reposition . Guess it just added Yahoo Msia. Nonetheless, u guys shd update firmware as I read in overseas forum the Trumotion adjustment really helps dejudder some fast moving scenes. rclxms.gif
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can someone recomend me a good hdd 3D media player? does ps3 works on 3D bluray disc?
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hi there.
need ur help.

anyone can find better price for LM 6700 & LM 6200 for 42" n 47".

thinkin to buy 1..but depend of budget lo..
i notice there are some different in the magic motion remote control there..

thx
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I think L3nnon got the best deals at One Eight Electric Sdn Bhd <-- TAIPAN ELECTRONIC SHOP. No. 43 & 45, Jalan Usj 10/1A Taman Seafield Jaya, 47610, Subang Jaya, Selangor

42" RM3390
47" RM4600

I got mine from Desa Home @ Lowyat

42" RM3700
47" RM4900

I kinda rushed a bit. It's possible they can give better discounts.

On mudah.my an LG 'distributor' is selling 42" RM3650 cash and carry. That's partly why I didn't hesitate with the purchase at Lowyat.

*prices are for LM6700 series. I didn't ask for LM6200 series. IINM, the difference is merely cosmetic.

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icic..thx Morpheus2be.

yup.im considering whether wana buy new model or old model.
either 47LM6700( best RM4600) or 47LW5700 (Best RM3500)..

need ur advice,al sifu..
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QUOTE(Morpheus2be @ Aug 9 2012, 01:11 PM)
I think L3nnon got the best deals at One Eight Electric Sdn Bhd <-- TAIPAN ELECTRONIC SHOP. No. 43 & 45, Jalan Usj 10/1A Taman Seafield Jaya, 47610, Subang Jaya, Selangor

42" RM3390
47" RM4600

I got mine from Desa Home @ Lowyat

42" RM3700
47" RM4900

I kinda rushed a bit. It's possible they can give better discounts.

On mudah.my an LG 'distributor' is selling 42" RM3650 cash and carry. That's partly why I didn't hesitate with the purchase at Lowyat.

*prices are for LM6700 series. I didn't ask for LM6200 series. IINM, the difference is merely cosmetic.
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I try at least 4 eelectronic shop to get my price. Neverthought im the cheapest here @@
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icic..thx Morpheus2be.

yup.im considering whether wana buy new model or old model.
either 47LM6700( best RM4600) or 47LW5700 (Best RM3500)..

need ur advice,al sifu..
thx
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Input on some thoughts on what i went with.

well i went for LM6700 instead of higher.

Lm7600 is higher refresh rate
LM8600 has dual core so technically faster browsing etc handling apps. ( but for the extra price think buying a media player is far better lol)
LM9600 has some tech nano tech on the led.. something in the lines how oled works .. ( dont really know much about this)

LW5700 just missing the design on the borderless and inbuilt wifi compared to LM6700.

So thinking back on how oled is coming out and etc. LW5700 spec is current industry standards or so to speak for a 3dtv. Wifi for streaming will always sux compared to a dedicated ethernet connection. So its more of a design issue. Do u think RM1100 extra is worth it?? Is paying 31.4% more for borderless design worth it?? Again depends on how u position ureself on how long u want this tv to last. Theres no second value on tv or real value on design. For tech pic etc... Think till oled comes out whatever tech now will be obselete so no point paying for it. The wifi on the LM6700 ihas its own capability to connect directly to ure device. Not sure the value on this unless LG has a mirror streaming tech like appletv and ios devices.

for me personally LM6700 for me was perfect for my room cause of the design. The tv is hooked up to a wallpaper designed cabinet like greyish color so it blend well.

so hope this helps in ure buying process. Happy buyin.




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Ok here's steps for to update yr tv firmware. I got 2 PM requesting help on the updates.

@ remote click SETTINGS. scroll down to Network , then Network Connection activate & connect to wifi.
After connected [email protected] SETTINGS , drop to SUPPORT, the ? Symbol. Than click for SOFTWARE UPDATE on. Click check Update Version. It will prompt u that new firmware is Ver 04.00.14 .
Update it ...while normal speed wifi will take almost 2 hours +. While loading process, hide it & leave it on or watch usual TV program.
After duly loaded...it will auto restart TV.

Then @ Setting Picture , scroll to PICTURE OPTION. features here include Tru Motion. Do off it while watching 24p or sports games.
It's reduce judder.

Hope this help.
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Ok here's steps for to update yr tv firmware. I got 2 PM requesting help on the updates.

@ remote click SETTINGS. scroll down to Network , then Network Connection activate & connect to wifi.
After connected [email protected] SETTINGS , drop to SUPPORT, the ? Symbol. Than click for SOFTWARE UPDATE on. Click check Update Version. It will prompt u that new firmware is Ver 04.00.14 .
Update it ...while normal speed wifi will take almost 2 hours +. While loading process, hide it & leave it on or watch usual TV program.
After duly loaded...it will auto restart TV.

Then @ Setting Picture , scroll to PICTURE OPTION. features here include Tru Motion. Do off it while watching 24p or sports games.
It's reduce judder.

Hope this help.
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newest firmware is 04.02.85. and u can just download it and install it via thumbdrive. its around 300mb. This is for US version i think.

theres a pdf document on how to do it.

for LM6700 series and few others

for the 4.00.14. U can get it from LG Singapore website

hmm shows update for skype.

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is there any possible way to change the tv region ?
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It is best not to show the shop name in the internet as the shop will know and tarik harga!. Best is to PM! The quote me RM3480 for the 42lm6700


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is there any possible way to change the tv region ?
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Yup..me want to know too. But likely can't. Can only change to selected Asian country only I suppose.


Added on August 11, 2012, 9:10 am
BTW, anyone spotted any difference with the firmware update? I know it added Trumotion & Judder adjustment button. Me thinks after adjusting Trumotion the quality of pic improvise & better.

Meantime, good news is LG just announce that they will add in 3D games apps soon (in Sept) in their apps rich collection.

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http://www.lgblog.com.my/lg-brings-3d-game...rt-tv-platform/

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TV / AUDIO / VIDEO
LG BRINGS 3D GAME APPS TO CINEMA 3D SMART TV PLATFORM
LG Teams Up with Game Content Providers to Offer
Immersive 3D Fun for Smart TV Entertainment



LG Electronics (LG) today announced an industry first, with the arrival of exciting 3D-enabled game apps for LG CINEMA 3D Smart TV. Gamers can now enjoy some of their favorite titles on a large screen in eye-popping 3D. Continue reading →




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QUOTE(Xstan @ Aug 11 2012, 09:05 AM)
Yup..me want to know too. But likely can't. Can only change to selected Asian country only I suppose.


Added on August 11, 2012, 9:10 am
BTW, anyone spotted any difference with the firmware update? I know it added Trumotion & Judder adjustment button. Me thinks after adjusting Trumotion the quality of pic improvise & better.

Meantime, good news is LG just announce that they will add in 3D games apps soon (in Sept) in their apps rich collection.

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http://www.lgblog.com.my/lg-brings-3d-game...rt-tv-platform/

Aug
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TV / AUDIO / VIDEO
LG BRINGS 3D GAME APPS TO CINEMA 3D SMART TV PLATFORM
LG Teams Up with Game Content Providers to Offer
Immersive 3D Fun for Smart TV Entertainment
LG Electronics (LG) today announced an industry first, with the arrival of exciting 3D-enabled game apps for LG CINEMA 3D Smart TV. Gamers can now enjoy some of their favorite titles on a large screen in eye-popping 3D. Continue reading →
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i think the region can be changed from service menu.. but need service remote to do so....sad.gif at least ppl with android phone can use LG service explorer app to play around the menu... too bad ios dont have this app.


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QUOTE(Xstan @ Aug 11 2012, 09:05 AM)
Yup..me want to know too. But likely can't. Can only change to selected Asian country only I suppose.


Added on August 11, 2012, 9:10 am
BTW, anyone spotted any difference with the firmware update? I know it added Trumotion & Judder adjustment button. Me thinks after adjusting Trumotion the quality of pic improvise & better.

Meantime, good news is LG just announce that they will add in 3D games apps soon (in Sept) in their apps rich collection.

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http://www.lgblog.com.my/lg-brings-3d-game...rt-tv-platform/

Aug
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TV / AUDIO / VIDEO
LG BRINGS 3D GAME APPS TO CINEMA 3D SMART TV PLATFORM
LG Teams Up with Game Content Providers to Offer
Immersive 3D Fun for Smart TV Entertainment
LG Electronics (LG) today announced an industry first, with the arrival of exciting 3D-enabled game apps for LG CINEMA 3D Smart TV. Gamers can now enjoy some of their favorite titles on a large screen in eye-popping 3D. Continue reading →
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think i told u already

it the firmware revision history .
Just written Skype added.

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Ok here's steps for to update yr tv firmware. I got 2 PM requesting help on the updates.

@ remote click SETTINGS. scroll down to Network , then Network Connection activate & connect to wifi.
After connected [email protected] SETTINGS , drop to SUPPORT, the ? Symbol. Than click for SOFTWARE UPDATE on. Click check Update Version. It will prompt u that new firmware is Ver 04.00.14 .
Update it ...while normal speed wifi will take almost 2 hours +. While loading process, hide it & leave it on or watch usual TV program.
After duly loaded...it will auto restart TV.

Then @ Setting Picture , scroll to PICTURE OPTION. features here include Tru Motion. Do off it while watching 24p or sports games.
It's reduce judder.

Hope this help.
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TQ for the simple guide.

Found the latest firmware link in Spore's LG site + instructions in PDF.

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Friend of mine who owns a 46 Samsung 3d 6 series led tv which he got early last year came over with the family was so impress with my cinema 3d tv. He regretted getting active 3d version as he thought the passive version produce half the HD. He watch his movie with the 2 free glass given & can't even view it wide. He dare not even allow his kid to wear the adult size glass in fear of the delicate eyes. Now 9 of us watch my tv in full glory. I bought 1/2 dozen kids glass at eBay for only RM 40. Though v didn't watch the entire movie, Sammy Adventure 3D, he claim it didn't strain his eye after an hour.


To add, he tot getting 3D is just novelty as he hardly watch 3d as in family of five only 2 viewers due to glass availability, while kids unable to enjoy it , so he eventually stick to watch bluray only. As for me..I enjoy watching it with my kids as my entire family can view it , including my parents when they came visiting.


I'll b going over to visit him this Saturday to test his, but only 2 can view it.

Btw, after the firmware update I also notice ..the 3D button added with additional 3D adjustment icon.

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What is the android apps that capable to crack some settings for LM6700?
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What is the android apps that capable to crack some settings for LM6700?
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Donno what u mean. But u can search for LG remote apps at both IOS & Google play.
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Could any proud owner of the LG 42LM620T, could you please quote me the price of LG 42LM620T..

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Could any proud owner of the LG 42LM620T, could you please quote me the price of LG 42LM620T..
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u should ask this in UK forum... equivalent model for this TV is LM6200...
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Hi, on my LM6700 when I played the .mkv/.mp4 movie from my NAS via dlna, the *.srt subtitles file can't be load hence if I want to watch movie with subtitles I have to copy it to my usb drive then plug it in via the tv usb port.
This is kinda weird as since the tv can load a few Gb movie files smoothly but can't load a around 100kb subtitles file.
Anyone facing this problems and has any solutions?
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QUOTE(muman7 @ Aug 18 2012, 08:34 AM)
Hi, on my LM6700 when I played the .mkv/.mp4 movie from my NAS via dlna, the *.srt subtitles file can't be load hence if I want to watch movie with subtitles I have to copy it to my usb drive then plug it in via the tv usb port.
This is kinda weird as since the tv can load a few Gb movie files smoothly but can't load a around 100kb subtitles file.
Anyone facing this problems and has any solutions?
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its a soft player issue and more on the user issue for not knowing anything about containers.

y dont u use mkvmerge and mux the subs into the mkv. should take about 2-3 minutes

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Anyone from malacca would like to share where to get this model from?

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Any major disadvantage about the passive 3D from LG?
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Can't think of one. The last time, they expect it's quality would lack the active 3D format. But now, no one can differentiate it. Quality HD is top notch & in fact it has load of advantage & goodies than Active. You got family u will understand, especially kids with their delicate eyes and family with more than 2. Surely u can't be selfish with having watch or enjoy active 3D with 2 free glasses only.
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Can suggest 3d player to combo with lm6700?
Is s485 still the best option without cinavia compliant? Or not necessarily anymore
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Can't think of one. The last time, they expect it's quality would lack the active 3D format. But now, no one can differentiate it. Quality HD is top notch & in fact it has load of advantage & goodies than Active. You got family u will understand, especially kids with their delicate eyes and family with more than 2. Surely u can't be selfish with having watch or enjoy active 3D with 2 free glasses only.
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So the active 3D is marketing gimmick? This is because I feel it is weird, before 3D panels surfaced we all use non-powered 3D glasses (some even made by card board) at the cinema. Then when 3D panels out, we are made to believe the powered 3D glasses is the latest stuff with synchronization & etc. But now it had fallen back to the non-powered one. I wondered what is the reason
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QUOTE(vcxv @ Aug 27 2012, 02:24 PM)
Can suggest 3d player to combo with lm6700?
Is s485 still the best option without cinavia compliant? Or not necessarily anymore
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Yup. Best king of playability ...but check the firmware 1st. Top rated player indeed.
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post Aug 27 2012, 11:58 PM

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Can you check the firmware from the box? Before buying?
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QUOTE(ben83 @ Aug 27 2012, 08:23 PM)
So the active 3D is marketing gimmick? This is because I feel it is weird, before 3D panels surfaced we all use non-powered 3D glasses (some even made by card board) at the cinema. Then when 3D panels out, we are made to believe the powered 3D glasses is the latest stuff with synchronization & etc. But now it had fallen back to the non-powered one. I wondered what is the reason
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Read this to understand between ACTIVE 3D & PASSIVE 3D.

http://3d-tvbuyingguide.com/3dtv/active-vs...ve-glasses.html

u can also check advantage of LG 3D passive over here..and it's all true.

http://www.lg.com/my/tvs/lg-LM6700-led-tv


Added on August 28, 2012, 12:01 am
QUOTE(vcxv @ Aug 27 2012, 11:58 PM)
Can you check the firmware from the box? Before buying?
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I think u can check it by going to software setting to check the firmware. Or bring along pirated bd of infected to check it. U can read it at king of bluray player thread for more info.

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post Aug 28 2012, 08:48 AM

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Hohoho...

http://www.engadget.com/2012/08/27/lg-game-world-smart-tv/

Nice!
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QUOTE(Morpheus2be @ Aug 28 2012, 08:48 AM)
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Hi!
Anyone in kuching can tell me where to get LG 42LM6700?
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post Aug 28 2012, 09:57 PM

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Super.....!!!!!! So proud of my LG. kinda of smart to own one. drool.gif


Added on August 28, 2012, 9:59 pm
QUOTE(maiffa71 @ Aug 28 2012, 06:42 PM)
Hi!
Anyone in kuching can tell me where to get LG 42LM6700?
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You can go to LG Msia site, search for the model u want, than click on the top right for where u can get one at nearest you. M brows.gif

I think u better call consumer support no. They are most helpful. I just try search for it, it's not even in the map.


Added on August 28, 2012, 10:09 pm
Hey..someone say they could get 42LG6700 @ very good price in KL @ only rm3300

It's at
wing hing electronic shop taman putra


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QUOTE(Xstan @ Aug 28 2012, 09:57 PM)


I think u better call consumer support no. They are most helpful. I just try search for it, it's not even in the map.

Yeah! tried it b4....thats y I ask..incase any forumer from kch who owned it.
Thanks anyway xstan.
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Anyone from malacca would like to share where to get this model from?
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u can get it from Three Star at tmn peringgit Jaya (i get my 47 lm6700 there for RM4700)
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GUYS, anyidea where i can download subtitles for 3D movies? got few 3D mkv's now looking for subtitles
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QUOTE(Elanges @ Aug 29 2012, 04:35 PM)
GUYS, anyidea where i can download subtitles for 3D movies? got few 3D mkv's now looking for subtitles
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If it was ripped properly it should be in it. Problem is when u take the small ones the rip from a encode and not directly from the blu-ray.

Btw it should be the same as the 2d. Try subscene, Addic7ted etc.

Look for same encodes/ subs that has the same video length and fps
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already buy 42LM 7600 series...will delivery friday next week... yeahhh thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(arieel_4964 @ Aug 30 2012, 10:43 AM)
already buy 42LM 7600 series...will delivery friday next week... yeahhh  thumbup.gif
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Awesome. Trust me ure going to disable the true-Motion lol. Its a headache watching it.
TBM has it stock and nor has reduced prices to normal levels.


Added on August 30, 2012, 12:52 pm
QUOTE(Xstan @ Jul 11 2012, 11:27 PM)
All led tv at the moment got bleed. All brands encounter this  due to edge bleeding. No worry.


Added on July 11, 2012, 11:29 pmBtw...here's another review & recommended calibration of tv besides CNET.

http://www.televisioninfo.com/content/LG-4...HDTV-Review.htm
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Personally think this is the best calibration i also find compared to a few others on the net
Only thing i did more was disable true motion and set sharpness to 25 for V&H.
Works perfectly with astro on dim/well lite area and appletv and my sharp 3d bd player.


Added on August 30, 2012, 1:32 pmLG Magic remote for iphone is pretty good.



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QUOTE(arieel_4964 @ Aug 30 2012, 10:43 AM)
already buy 42LM 7600 series...will delivery friday next week... yeahhh  thumbup.gif
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Congrats. Guess you are the 1st here to get LM7600 unit. Do give a short review to us members here, ya.

Buddies, one member from Penang manage to get reasonable price 42LM6700 for RM3300. Will get him to share with you guys especially for many Penang members here. biggrin.gif
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just got myself 42lm6700 for 3250
now am looking for 3d player

since s485 is so hard to come by, can any one suggest other 3d player and of course.. cinavia free please tongue.gif


Added on August 31, 2012, 2:45 pmcurrently looking at pioneer bdp140.. anyone can comment on this

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QUOTE(Xstan @ Aug 31 2012, 10:49 AM)
Congrats. Guess you are the 1st here to get LM7600 unit. Do give a short review to us members here, ya.

Buddies, one member from Penang manage to get reasonable price 42LM6700 for RM3300. Will get him to share with you guys especially for many Penang members here.  biggrin.gif
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Added on September 1, 2012, 11:03 amNoted Bro

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im frm pg, and the best price i can find now for the 42LM6700 is RM3290. i ve just placed the order, and will arrive on monday...

the shop is in bt lanchang. any additional detail, pls pm me. cheers!
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QUOTE(vcxv @ Aug 31 2012, 02:45 PM)
just got myself 42lm6700 for 3250
now am looking for 3d player

since s485 is so hard to come by, can any one suggest other 3d player and of course.. cinavia free please tongue.gif


Added on August 31, 2012, 2:45 pmcurrently looking at pioneer bdp140.. anyone can comment on this
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Added on September 1, 2012, 10:00 pmWhat different btween s485 3d bray player and others 3d player

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1 shop in SS2 quoted me RM 3,000 for the 42LM6700 add-on 3yrs warranty @ RM 413 (cash price).
Ended up at another shop which offered RM 3,100 BUT with add-on warranty AND inclusive credit card usage, total came to RM 3,300
Also still offer the raya promo which have the party pack smile.gif
This is today, 1st Sept 2012.

If interested, can PM me, will let you know which shop.

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QUOTE(L3nnon @ Jul 9 2012, 11:22 PM)
47 My side here around Rm4600, Just Rm50 From you.. @@ Yea 2 set of 3d glasses but too bad i cant sacrifice 1 set for another good. They cant change for me
I havent think about 3d player yet.. i tot lot lowyat forumer recommend media player like realtek, sigma or dune?
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Bro, mind telling ehich shop. Would like to get one too but major stores quote so much higher. Is it Taipan area, which one?
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Added on September 1, 2012, 10:00 pmWhat different btween s485 3d bray player and others 3d player
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It's the best rated 3D bluray player todate. And..it's one few model still not comply to Cinavia which u can play pirated disc. ReAl good price as well.
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Why is LG not fixing the input lag issues on this tv? Why is it so hard to fix the issue? Last year model and this year model seems to suffer the same problem!
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Why is LG not fixing the input lag issues on this tv? Why is it so hard to fix the issue? Last year model and this year model seems to suffer the same problem!
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I don play games. But read it has been solved in latest firmware upgrade. One has to change it to Gamers to play game. in UK it was solved in LM series after firmware upgrade & I suppose it's no issue over M'sian version.
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It does has input lag issue. But nothing can't be solved by minor tweaking .
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I just bought the LM6200 42" ..

Can anyone here help me how to connect my 2.1 speaker to this tv..??

Already tried enough.... but still no sound.. don't want to buy home theater ....this 2.1 speaker is enough for my room...

anyone??


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problem : not produce sound...
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QUOTE(rafayel @ Sep 2 2012, 09:27 PM)
I just bought the LM6200 42"  ..

Can anyone here help me how to connect my 2.1 speaker  to this tv..??


your TV got optical digital audio output, but PC speaker usually only accept analog audio signal, so no sound unless you add in some sort of audio converter

if you are trying to watch movie using DVD player, you can connect DVD's analog audio output directly to your pc speaker
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im watching movies only using media player that only used a single HDMI cable...

basically, what can i do right now?
















QUOTE(neb @ Sep 2 2012, 10:26 PM)
your TV got optical digital audio output, but PC speaker usually only accept analog audio signal, so no sound unless you add in some sort of audio converter

if you are trying to watch movie using DVD player, you can connect DVD's analog audio output directly to your pc speaker
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im watching movies only using media player that only used a single HDMI cable...

basically, what can i do right now?
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Can yr media player has audio output? Than connect them to yr speaker direct instead of frm TV.
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QUOTE(vcxv @ Sep 2 2012, 05:13 PM)
It does has input lag issue. But nothing can't be solved by minor tweaking .
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If it is a hardware issue, no amount of tweaking can solve it. Btw, can you share any link or website that have solve the issue? I am holding on my purchase because I cannot stand lag.

Just did a search...problem still persist.

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QUOTE(rafayel @ Sep 2 2012, 11:14 PM)
im watching movies only using media player that only used a single HDMI cable...

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Connect your 2.1 speaker to your Digital Audio out (optical).

- Opss... didn't see Neb has answered you.

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ABOUT connecting the speaker to tv, my cheap HT comes with analog conection 2.1, so how to connect to tv? any recomended converter. because currently no plan to buy new HT
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ABOUT connecting the speaker to tv, my cheap HT comes with analog conection 2.1, so how to connect to tv? any recomended converter.  because currently no plan to buy new HT
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connect directly from whatever player's analog audio output to pc speaker, as for terrestrial TV's sound, use T V's speaker

next time buy AV receiver, got plenty of inputs
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QUOTE(neb @ Sep 3 2012, 07:15 PM)
connect directly from whatever player's analog audio output to pc speaker, as for terrestrial TV's sound, use T V's speaker

next time buy AV receiver, got plenty of inputs
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but my problem is, the HT got 2 input , 5.1 ( which i connect to HTPC ) and 2.1

i have Dreambox 800 / PS3 / Xbox360 which i want this audio from 2.1 on my HT. so the only option is i can connect the TV to 2.1 so i can share all sound in ht
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QUOTE(szern @ Sep 1 2012, 11:51 PM)
1 shop in SS2 quoted me RM 3,000 for the 42LM6700 add-on 3yrs warranty @ RM 413 (cash price).
Ended up at another shop which offered RM 3,100 BUT with add-on warranty AND inclusive credit card usage, total came to RM 3,300
Also still offer the raya promo which have the party pack smile.gif
This is today, 1st Sept 2012.

If interested, can PM me, will let you know which shop.
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Hi, please kindly PM me the shop contact.

Thanks a lot!
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but my problem is, the HT got 2 input , 5.1 ( which i connect to HTPC ) and 2.1

sorry I thought you got a pc speaker

what brand/model is your HT amp?

you will need a digital to analog audio converter to make use of TV's audio output
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mine.. just normal HT HongKong Brand
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ive received the 42LM6700 yesterday evening, so far very satisfied with it. setup was kinda slow as theres many features! using wifi

i plugged my HTPC (DVI) to HDMI4, at default, it shows overscan (desktop bigger than the screen) and even the mouse was slow (i guess this is the input lag?). have to change the input name to PC to get a very nice full screen. and the mouse 'speed' is back to normal. this was before the firmeware update to 4.xxxx. after 4.xxx its the same.

i dont have any other HDMI devices at the moment, so will not be able to see if the input lag is significant (b4 or after the latest firmware). i play PC games more than consoles (i only have a Wii, and a Xbox 1st gen, both non-HDMI: havent tried any of them yet).

i ve got some sample 3d (half left/right) played thru the HTPC (8800GT) and it came out very nice (just select 3d option on the LG to left-right). the glasses are simple, as its passive. so anything goes wrong, replacements are cheap.

next htpc upgrade is to get a 1.4a GPU (7850/560Ti) to try 3d gaming maybe?