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post #91 of 164 Old 08-26-2012, 01:16 PM
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Anyone know how the input lag is on this TV?
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It's alright if you switch to Game mode in the picture settings and then turn off the setting for "super resolution" or whatever.

Depends on what you're playing too. Controllers like the wii with the blue tooth see a tiny bit of input lag with input, but it's minimized using the settings above.

I was playing SSF4AE and MK on XBOX the other day locally, and the input lag was pretty non existent with the hard wired controllers and previously mentioned setup.
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It's alright if you switch to Game mode in the picture settings and then turn off the setting for "super resolution" or whatever.
Depends on what you're playing too. Controllers like the wii with the blue tooth see a tiny bit of input lag with input, but it's minimized using the settings above.
I was playing SSF4AE and MK on XBOX the other day locally, and the input lag was pretty non existent with the hard wired controllers and previously mentioned setup.

Have you ever compared it to a CRT or any of the "lagless" monitors that the fighting game community has deemed "lagless?"

I'm just wondering because I play A LOT of AE (well haven't recently but am going to get back into it after the move), and that is the game I will be testing out to see how the input lag is.

As far as the Wii lag goes, I think that is just built into the console. I've noticed the tiny bit of lag as you mention, even when playing it on my lagless monitor (although, I do have an HDMI converter for my Wii, so not sure if that introduces any lag or not). But I am not really concerned about lag on the Wii, as it's a total casual setup that I use it for.

Thank you for your input though!
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I had a panasonic Viera TC-P42S1 that I was running AE and MK on with my XBOX before it crapped out, and honestly with local play I didn't notice any difference as far as inpout lag between that and the LG. (I am however going to use the viera as my gaming TV when it's repaired though, simply because I don't want to be constantly changing picture settings).

I kinda suck at AE, so I might not be the best person to tell you the difference when you're trying to perform links that require strict timing. As far as I could tell, my plinks had the exact same timing as my other TV (the Viera), which may not be listed and touted as lagless in the major community, but it absolutely is. With MK, input lag was non existent.
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HeavyTonka posted these settings in another thread for this set. They saved the set for me! Makes a huge difference in flesh tones and other colors...

Picture Menu:
Energy Saving: Off
Picture Mode: Expert 1
Backlight: 35 in a pitch black room (adjust to your needs)
Contrast: 88
Brightness: 52
H Sharpness: 0
V Sharpness: 0
Color: 50
Tint: 0
Aspect Ratio: Just Scan

Expert Control Menu:
Dynamic contrast: Off
Super Resolution: Off
Black level: Low
Color Gamut: BT709
Edge Enhancer: Off
Color Filter: Off
Expert Pattern: Off [Grayed Out]
Gamma: 2.2

White Balance Menu:
Color Temperature: Warm
Method: 2-points
Pattern: Outer
Points: [High]
Red: 24
Green: 35
Blue: 40

Color Management System Menu:
Red: Saturation 3. Tint 20, Luminance 0
Green: Saturation -10. Tint 0, Luminance 13
Blue: Saturation 1. Tint 0, Luminance 20
Cyan: Saturation 0. Tint 0, Luminance 0
Magenta: Saturation -5. Tint 0, Luminance 10
Yellow: Saturation -10. Tint 0, Luminance 0

Picture Option Menu
Noise reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
Eye Care: Off [Grayed Out]
TruMotion: Off
Dynamic Contrast: OFF
Super Resolution: OFF
Real Cinema: On
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On the 65" I can never set the contrast below 100 or the brighter than whites are clearly visible. It's interesting to see settings in the 80s on the other models. I thought it was the Blu-Ray player, then blamed my receiver, then realized that other players yield the same result when plugged directly into the back of the set. It's always nice to test color settings posted by others though.
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I got the 55 inch version about three weeks ago. At first My wife hated the tv and I wasnt to thrilled with it. Once I got my wife to understand that new tv's need to be adjusted she backed off. I have since gotten this to look really nice from help of this thread. I still see some artifacting when the camera pans fast. It does have a bit more glare then I would have wanted. I got it at warehouse b for 1199.99. So for the price I cant complain.
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Meh..

I'll give these setting a try. MY room is pretty dimly lit, so I'll have to fudge with the backlight setting a little.

What I always find wierd though... I've tested people's posted recommended settings on the 47LM6200 that I've found in like 8 different places, and ALL 8 of the recommended posted settings either made the people's faces look like they were standing in the sun for a week straight or the color was extremely flat. None of them held a candle to the straight out of the box settings so far.
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One thing I have realized...there is no ONE setting file that everyone will like. There is too much variation in these sets...especially between the different size models. What one person swears are the ultimate settings, someone else will say they look horrific.

You just have to tweak to your liking...that's all. Out of the box settings sucked for my set. So be it. We all see things differently...literally.

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I have noticed really bad light bleeding coming from some channels. Is there anyway to fix this or should I return it?
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I agree that there's way too much variation to have one person's settings be ideal for others. In fact, it would be quite surprising to find someone else's optimal settings to be ideal for anyone else unless they had exactly the same lighting in their room and exact same viewing angle.

Guess I was hoping there might be something that got me close. smile.gif
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Hi everyone. I am looking to get a 55LM6200 tv, but at FutureShop they have 6200 and 6400. Both seems to be the same, but there is a $200 difference between them. BestBuy only have the 6400.

I contacted LG Canada to know the difference between, because the specs are exactly the same on their web site.

They answered me that:

"The only difference between the 2 units is the bezel on the display, the LM6400 offers the nearly invisible bezel.

Thank you for choosing LG
Dave H.
LG Customer Service
LG Canada"

Do you understand something? there is a bezel on flat panel tv? Does it really worth paying $200 more for the 6400 or do the 6200 get the job done?
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i believe the bezel is just the border around the screen. the 6400 and higher number models are about an inch narrower (approx. 48 .5 "vs 49.5") than the 6200 because of the thinner edge border. i'm not sure about the 6400, but i know the higher numbers are also a silver colored bezel and stand, but the 6200 is black.
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HeavyTonka posted these settings in another thread for this set. They saved the set for me! Makes a huge difference in flesh tones and other colors...

Picture Menu:
Energy Saving: Off
Picture Mode: Expert 1
Backlight: 35 in a pitch black room (adjust to your needs)
Contrast: 88
Brightness: 52
H Sharpness: 0
V Sharpness: 0
Color: 50
Tint: 0
Aspect Ratio: Just Scan

Expert Control Menu:
Dynamic contrast: Off
Super Resolution: Off
Black level: Low
Color Gamut: BT709
Edge Enhancer: Off
Color Filter: Off
Expert Pattern: Off [Grayed Out]
Gamma: 2.2

White Balance Menu:
Color Temperature: Warm
Method: 2-points
Pattern: Outer
Points: [High]
Red: 24
Green: 35
Blue: 40

Color Management System Menu:
Red: Saturation 3. Tint 20, Luminance 0
Green: Saturation -10. Tint 0, Luminance 13
Blue: Saturation 1. Tint 0, Luminance 20
Cyan: Saturation 0. Tint 0, Luminance 0
Magenta: Saturation -5. Tint 0, Luminance 10
Yellow: Saturation -10. Tint 0, Luminance 0

Picture Option Menu
Noise reduction: Off
MPEG Noise Reduction: Off
Eye Care: Off [Grayed Out]
TruMotion: Off
Dynamic Contrast: OFF
Super Resolution: OFF
Real Cinema: On

wow. This setting saves the day for me too. Out of the box, every movies has the SOE, nothing like watching General Hospital marathon..

Thank you for posting this setting. Now I am content.


In the beginning..
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I have an LG 42LM6200 and tried to play a few mkv files from an attached USB hard drive.
It seems like I am unable to play 1080p files? See the list below for the four files I tried - media information is from VLC player on my MAC.

works (720p files):
  • H264 - MPEG4-4 AVC (part10) (avc1) 1280x544 23.97fps (AC3 DD5.1 6ch 48kHz / DTS 6ch 48kHz | 2 subs)
  • H264 - MPEG4-4 AVC (part10) (avc1) 1280x696 24.00fps (DTS 6ch 48kHz | 3 subs)

Doesn't work (1080p files):
  • H264 - MPEG4-4 AVC (part10) (avc1) 1920x800 23.97fps Planar 4:2:0YUV (DTS 3F2R/LFE 48kHz | 2 subs)
  • H264 - MPEG4-4 AVC (part10) (avc1) 1920x800 23.97fps (DTS 6ch 48kHz | 1 sub)

Does anyone have similar experiences?
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some mkv files , won't play so i had a 3rd party player.. I'm using xtreamer,

For other owners having 42LM6200 , do you experience video distortion on fast moving objects? I usually watch HD movies 1080.

This is what i always see in sites, but i see a lot of lags specially in HD movies, ps3 games

TruMotion 120 Hz

Although some reported that the LG 42LM6200 doesn’t really have the 120 Hz TruMotion as promised, this is one of the enticing points of the unit. It lets you watch sports, high-speed action, and play fast-paced video games without the motion blur. Nothing lags behind this sweet technology considering the fast-motion entertainment today.
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New firmware is out for the 65LM6200 and these models:

32LM6200-UE
32LS5700-UA
42LM6200-UE
42LM6700-UA
42LS5700-UA
47LM6200-UE
47LM6700-UA
47LM7600-UA
47LS5700-UA
55LM6200-UE
55LM6700-UA
55LM7600-UA
55LS5700-UA
60LS5700-UA
60LS5750-UB
65LM6200-UB

Link

I love my 65LM6200. Went from an older 55" Vizio to this TV and couldn't be happier.

@tomi2012, I tried a couple MKV files, it wouldn't play them so I gave up. I have the Netgear NeoTV 550 which I stream movies to. It plays all my MKV files without a problem, even 3D MKV files. (Half side by side)

Love me some HD
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Hi, I just bought the 47LM6200 TV today for $489+ tax at Frys. Saw some of you post your calibration settings, but didn't notice the screen sizes in the posts. Can anyone point me to some calibration settings for the 47" 47LM6200? thanks
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Hi everyone. I am looking to get a 55LM6200 tv, but at FutureShop they have 6200 and 6400. Both seems to be the same, but there is a $200 difference between them. BestBuy only have the 6400.
I contacted LG Canada to know the difference between, because the specs are exactly the same on their web site.
They answered me that:
"The only difference between the 2 units is the bezel on the display, the LM6400 offers the nearly invisible bezel.
Thank you for choosing LG
Dave H.
LG Customer Service
LG Canada"
Do you understand something? there is a bezel on flat panel tv? Does it really worth paying $200 more for the 6400 or do the 6200 get the job done?

According to the LG website the bezel on the 6400 is .6" narrower than the 6200. The 6400 has local dimming and a higher claimed contrast ratio, and has a better "upscaler". The 6200 has skype capability, the 6400 does not. The 6400 looks a lot like the 6700 and 7600 but without the glossy panel that appears to cover the whole front of the set. The bezel and base of the 6400 are a very dark gray color vs black on the 7600 and chrome on the 6700. The 6400 screen surface is semi-matte. On-set controls are on the back on the right side of the set near the edge, like the 6700/760 while the 6200s are on the bottom left of the lower bezel..

I sell tvs ahd we stock the the 6200, 6700 and 7600. I own a 47" 6400 that I bought at another store. Where I live (central California) 6400s are sold mainly in Sam's Club and Costco at prices lower than the 6200. I've had my set a little over 2 weeks now and have seen no flashlighting or clouding and so little banding that I can't be sure if it's the set or the source material. I know what flashlighting and banding look like as I had both to a very noticeable degree on a 2010 model led/lcd of another make. Initially I did a rough "calibration" by eye, then repeated using the Disney WOW disc and found only minimal changes. I've always had Sonys in the past because of their ability to render very realistic looking fleshtones--the LG is every bit as good--if fleshtones are off it's in the source.

I'm using an HR-24-500 DirecTV box, PS-3, Panasonic BDT-220 Blu Ray player, and Toshiba HD-A3 HD-DVD player and the picture from all is outstanding. Viewing angles are better than average for an lcd but that and black levels can't quite match a good plasma, but I don't have to deal with ABL.

Can't comment on gaming lag as I don't play the kind of games where it matters much, nor am I much into streaming video as we only have DSL at a fairly low bitrate--netflix works but it's limited in resolution by our lousy bandwidth.

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Just got my 47" and love it. Few questions though.

How can I add netflix or YouTube to the quick launch my apps menu? So far I can go to recently used apps, but icons would be nicer.

When using a harmony, do I still need the magic wand for stuff? I see the op but that was back in June, has logitech done anything to help? I guess as long as inputs and volume can be controlled that's fine.

Does the optical audio out output full audio? Or only 2.0?

And is there a quick way to have a quick 'night' mode? So I can have my lower brightness when viewing late night?
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I think the fastest way to get to netflix, youtube, hulu, etc. is to just press hte home button on the magic wand
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I bought the 42" set a month ago and love it with the exception that 3D gaming is terrible on it for some reason stuff becomes blurry and out of focus. I've turned up the TruMotion and still the same result. Unfortunatly with the latest firmware updates I can't switch the 3D settings off from manual to something like sport or cinema.

3D Blu-rays play just fine its the gaming I'm having any issue with any suggestions?

I've tested Batman Arkham CIty (PS3) and Doom 3 BFG Edition (Xbox 360) and both systems give me the same results.
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I have an LG 55LM7600 there's Plex / Medialink on the TV, it has been able to play every DTS MKV I play... it's not even a dual core TV. I'm very happy with this unit.

I'm ready to purchase another LG TV with Plex / Medialink but don't need 3D.

Anyone with a LG 32" 32LM6200 or LG 42" 42LS5700 can confirm they've played many different DTS MKV's with their TV and there's no issues with playback?
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Hi I have bought a 32LM6200 model in India.
I have few questions:
1. What is the recording feature (a recording button on remote) on this tv
2. what are the changes in different firmware versions, and which version of f/w should i stick too. I am asking this because after a firmware upgrade, the tv starts giving annoying humming (hiss) sound whenever it is on and increases with the volume increase.
3. People are saying youtube app on the tv, but i dont see any youtube app on the tv; i open youtube with the browser; videos also get played but the browser does not go fullscreen. Also on other streaming websites the videos even does not play.
4. How to develop apps for the tv.

I am using plex via medialink, and it is quite satisfying. I did some firmware upgrades and it enabled my wireless mouse and i can play mts files directly, but sony avchd camcorder files does not play.

Thanks for your help in advance.

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I have an LG 55LM7600 there's Plex / Medialink on the TV, it has been able to play every DTS MKV I play... it's not even a dual core TV. I'm very happy with this unit.
I'm ready to purchase another LG TV with Plex / Medialink but don't need 3D.
Anyone with a LG 32" 32LM6200 or LG 42" 42LS5700 can confirm they've played many different DTS MKV's with their TV and there's no issues with playback?

Im having 32lm6200. I have played lots of hd movies in mkv format, and surely all of them are dts, and fortunately all files played exceptionally well with plex, also the 3d movies play great.

Thanks,
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Has anyone compared the 65LM6200 with the new 60LM7200? I see very little information (reviews) on the LM7200 but it seems to have some minor improvements over the LM6200 line..

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I have a 42LM6200-UE and want to add a camera for Skype but I can't seem to find one that is recommended. I see the AN-VCXXX talked about on many sites including Skype and LG sites but they all seem to be discontinued. What can I do?

Thanks!
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I have a 42LM6200-UE and want to add a camera for Skype but I can't seem to find one that is recommended. I see the AN-VCXXX talked about on many sites including Skype and LG sites but they all seem to be discontinued. What can I do?
Thanks!

Maybe someone who has an LG branded Skype camera can post the camera chipset info.
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Does anyone know how to disable the auto on/off 2 hour limit for a 42lm6200? We use them as monitors around the office and want them on for 8 hours a day. There's gotta be a way somehow.
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I bought the 42" set a month ago and love it with the exception that 3D gaming is terrible on it for some reason stuff becomes blurry and out of focus. I've turned up the TruMotion and still the same result. Unfortunatly with the latest firmware updates I can't switch the 3D settings off from manual to something like sport or cinema.
3D Blu-rays play just fine its the gaming I'm having any issue with any suggestions?
I've tested Batman Arkham CIty (PS3) and Doom 3 BFG Edition (Xbox 360) and both systems give me the same results.
With passive 3D the viewing angles can be tricky. If you are not dead center of the screen the right eye/left eye on some passive 3D tech can give the appearance of being out of focus with crosstalk (double image overlapping).

Try adjusting the tilt (up/down-left/right)if the set offers it or if you have an adjustable wall mount until you find the sweet spot. It may very well be a content based issue, buy try adjusting the set to find the best 3D viewing angle and see if that helps.
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