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LG 42LV5500 Specs

LG 42LV5500 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateMar 2011
Display diagonal106.7 cm (42")
HD typeFull HD
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Aspect ratio16:9
Response time2.6 ms
Supported graphics resolutions1920 x 1080 (HD 1080)
Contrast ratio (dynamic)4000000:1
High frequency rate100 Hz
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
Display diagonal (metric)107 cm
Built-in speaker(s)
Number of speakers2
RMS rated power20 W
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity4
PC in (D-Sub)
DVI port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports1
USB 2.0 ports quantity2
Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in1
Composite video in1
Headphone outputs1
Common interface Plus (CI+)
HDMI version1.4
PC Audio in
Digital audio optical out1
RS-232 ports1
RF ports quantity1
Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)Anynet+
Weight & dimensions
Width1012 mm
Depth39.2 mm
Height617 mm
Weight13.2 kg
Width (with stand)1012 mm
Depth (with stand)256 mm
Height (with stand)683 mm
Weight with stand15.5 kg
Power consumption (standby)0.2 W
Power consumption (typical)88 W
Annual energy consumption128 kWh
Energy efficiency classB
Ethernet LAN
Energy Star certified
Colour of productBlack
LED indicatorsStand-by, Y
Teletext function
Teletext2000 pages
Video formats supportedH.264,MPEG1,MPEG2,MPEG4
Child lock
Audio formats supportedAAC,MP3
Image formats supportedJPG
Game mode

LG 42LV5500 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2011-11-22
LG 47LV5500 is an easy to use, affordably priced and full features LED television that offers plethora of connectivity options, excellent design, evinced accurate colors, solid video processing, Wi-Fi dongle, secondary motion-sensitive remote that offe...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-10
Evinced accurate colors and solid video processing, Welldesigned, WiFi dongle included, Easytouse control optionScreen uniformity and offangle viewing are below par, External styling is underwhelming, Lacks Pandora
LG Infinia 55LV5500 LCD TV is well equipped with Facebook, YouTube, Netflix, Picasa access, CinemaNow, VUDU, Twitter and an access to the LG App store. A Web Browser capable of streaming media from a DLNA compliant server, a USB Wi-Fi adapter and a Magic ...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-09
The relatively inexpensive LG LV5500 series evinced accurate colors and solid video processing. Its Smart TV Internet portal is well-designed with a solid selection of streaming services, and LG includes a Wi-Fi dongle. The secondary motion-sensitive remo...The LG LV5500 series isn't able to dig as deep into the blacks as some competitors and evinced some blooming and loss of shadow detail. Screen uniformity and off-angle viewing were below par. Its external styling is underwhelming. The LW5500's Smart TV la...
We tend to give prominence to the "hero" models here at CNET, but there is an expectation that some of the technology found in high-end TVs will appear in some form in middle and lower-end sets as well. The LG LV5500 is a midrange TV that doesn't quite...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-30
The 55LV5500's edgelit LED design allows for energy efficiency and a slim cabinet, TruMotion 120Hz helps improve motion resolution and reduce film judder. Plus, there's a Real Cinema mode that allows for 5:5 pulldown, LCDs can be very bright, which makes them a good choice for a welllit viewing environment, The TV has plenty of connection options and picture adjustments, The 55LV5500 suppor...This is not a 3Dcapable display, Edgelit LEDbased LCD TVs can suffer from brightnessuniformity issues. Unlike some higherend LG models, the LV5500 Series does not use local dimming to more precisely adjust light output to produce deeper blacks and better uniformity, LCD viewing angles are not as good you'll find with a plasma TV....
The LV5500 Series is a mid-level offering in LG's 2011 lineup of LED-based LCDs. It lacks higher-end features like 3D capability, local dimming, 240Hz (or higher) processing, and THX certification, but it's still a strong overall package. The LV5500 Se...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-08
After much testing, we preferred the User setting with Judder Reduction completely off at 0, and Motion Blur at level 9 with the exception of sports programming for which the features actually adds quality. With that done we will report up front that ...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-28
A 42-inch LED HDTV with a 1,920 by 1,080 resolution, the LG 42LV5500 ($1,199 list) boasts a contrast ratio in the millions, a 120Hz refresh rate, the LG Magic Motion remote and more. The set offers LG's XDA image engine and a list of web options throug...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-26
The LG 42LV5500 ($1099 MSRP) is packed with a lot of fun features that may sound good, but can distract from what a TV is supposed to do: deliver a good picture. Fortunately, the color performance cannot be beat. The poor implementation of local dimmin...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-13
Film-like visuals; natural hues; Smart TV; digital video recording; Wi-Fi upgradeable.Slightly soft pictures; milky blacks; LG Apps not ready till Q3 2011; insufficient USB ports.
The LG LV5500-series is the flagship 2D iteration of the chaebol's latest Smart TV offerings for 2011. Among the new features are Web browsing and digital video recording on top of wireless A/V support that's unique to LG panels at the moment. We revi...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
This internet TV allows you to browse countless websites, watch movies, play games and enjoy TV programming,The Magic Motion remote doesn’t have a QWERTY keyboard; instead, it works with a builtin motion sensor.
The LG 42LV5500 is a web-ready HDTV that allows you to watch your favorite shows, browse the internet and play games all from the convenience of your TV. Similar to a smart phone, the LG 42LV5500 comes with apps and the ability to add additional apps, ...
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