LG Infinia 47LX9500 3D TV Review

Posted: Sep 15 2010, 3:10am CDT | by , in Reviews | Home Entertainment

 
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The LG LX9500 is the top of the line 3D TV from LG.

The LG LX9500 series 3D LED HDTV is one of the best 3D TVs money can buy today. We already highlighted the 55-inch LG 55LX9500 a while ago. PCMag has tested the LG Infinia 47LX9500 and published a review.

Quote from the LG LX9500 review: "With its slender profile, ultra-thin bezel, and edge-to-edge glass, LG's 47-inch LED backlit HDTV is a thing of beauty. And with solid 2D and 3D image quality and deep blacks, the picture isn't bad either. But at $4,000+ before accessories, this 3D TV is no bargain."

Read the full review on PCMag.

The review suggests that it is a good idea to compare to high-end 3D TVs from Smasung, Sony and Panasonic to optimize the value and price ratio. One of the things hard to beat is the stunning edge-to-edge glass look of the LG LX9500. Buy the LG 47LX9500 3D TV on Amazon.

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