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*UFO*'s Avatar *UFO* 01:38 AM 06-15-2013
I cant seem to find any reviews on the LG LN5710 model. I just purchased a Panasonic TC-L55DT50 today but it is going back to the store first thing tomorrow morning. Horrible blacks, colors, and the over picture quality just does not demand the price tag. It looks as though there is a haze in front of the screen at all time. The tv has one purpose and that is gaming, so it has to have low input lag which is why I purchased the panasonic. Can anyone recommend a nice 55" or larger LCD for gaming that has respectable black level and contrast?

smp0887's Avatar smp0887 07:32 AM 06-23-2013
I would imagine it is the.same as the ln5700 which has gotten some great reviews..any ln5710 owners out there?
cheaplikeafox's Avatar cheaplikeafox 04:11 PM 06-23-2013
I was wondering the same thing. I saw the LG 55 LN5710 on sale at Fry's in-store for $699 and the 60" version for $899. The online version of the 55" is $729. The only thing missing is the wifi adapter which is about $40. There seems to be more glare on these models than some of the older LGs I've seen though. The reviews for the LG LN5700s seem pretty good though. I think those have built-in wifi and that is the only difference and costs $1200 more for the 55" LN5700 version.
adiisetia's Avatar adiisetia 11:19 AM 07-03-2013
Just bought the LN5710 from frys at 699. it is priced 849 on amazon. Loved the TV. the browsers awesome. Not even a single flash video that did not run on the browser. picture quality is nice too. just had to buy the wifi adapter which was $39 on amazon and is a dual band wifi adapter.
ggg1981's Avatar ggg1981 11:36 AM 08-13-2013
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Originally Posted by adiisetia View Post

Just bought the LN5710 from frys at 699. it is priced 849 on amazon. Loved the TV. the browsers awesome. Not even a single flash video that did not run on the browser. picture quality is nice too. just had to buy the wifi adapter which was $39 on amazon and is a dual band wifi adapter.


I am planning to buy this too. But not sure if the 100Hz MCI refresh rate will cause an issue with games or not. Anyone with any pointers out there?
slothy420's Avatar slothy420 03:53 PM 10-02-2013
I'd be curious to know if anyone has a base/stand that they would consider selling.
rujunbens's Avatar rujunbens 09:07 PM 10-02-2013

Right,I'd be curious to know if anyone has a base/stand that they would consider selling.

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Tony Liau's Avatar Tony Liau 06:50 PM 11-11-2013

I've had this TV for about a week now and so far so good.

 

Pros: The Smart TV menus are fast and the browser is good. Picture has been great so far, but I still need to get it calibrated and I imagine it will only get better. Bezel is very slim for this price point, and the overall design is clean/simple. The LG remote app lets you control the TV via your smart phone, so no need to buy the Magic Remote. Plenty of ports to connect to whatever you need to (4 HDMI - one supports ARC, one supports MHL, 3 USB, etc...)

 

Cons: Semi-glossy screen - not nearly as glossy as a plasma or normal glossy LCD/LED screens, but this is not a matte screen, so you will see some reflections if there is a light source directly behind the viewing area. Not a big deal for me, but something to consider if you have huge bright windows and are expecting a 100% matte screen.

 

By the way, if anybody is interested in purchasing the base/stand, PM me. I mounted the TV on the way the day I got it home, so I have a new base/stand set available. 

 

Cheers.


homeslice5484's Avatar homeslice5484 07:27 AM 03-02-2014

Is the 60LN5710 TV a true 120Hz panel or 60Hz? I found it for 799 but I don't want to buy it if it is. I watch a ton of football and hockey and play xbox quite a bit


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