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post #241 of 998
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Originally Posted by THe_Flash View Post

How's the lag for games on the 6200 series? I know that was an issues with the 6500s.

I have definitely noticed some lag on ps3 gaming when playing 3d (gt5) , 2d seems just fine to me. I think if you just turn off all of the processing/picture enhancement settings the lag should be fine. Not really sure about the whole renaming of inputs to pc/game, can anyone offer an explanation of why that is supposed to help as I assume it just turns off all the processing (which I do anyway)
post #242 of 998
anybody interested in this set should checkout buydig.com they have it for $2349

here is the link add it to your cart http://www.buydig.com/shop/product.aspx?sku=LG65LM6200

good luck
post #243 of 998
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Originally Posted by torres0428 View Post

anybody interested in this set should checkout buydig.com they have it for $2349

here is the link add it to your cart http://www.buydig.com/shop/product.aspx?sku=LG65LM6200

good luck

If Amazon price matches that, I might be in.
post #244 of 998
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Originally Posted by THe_Flash View Post

If Amazon price matches that, I might be in.

I'm really considering. I have ordered the 55LM8600 but still hasn't shipped. I will call amazon tomorrow
post #245 of 998
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Originally Posted by torres0428 View Post

I'm really considering. I have ordered the 55LM8600 but still hasn't shipped. I will call amazon tomorrow

hopefully. buydig is listed as one of their 'will price match' sites, so that should be promising. My 65 just shipped from them, so I'll try to price match the order.
post #246 of 998
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Originally Posted by bhchan View Post

hopefully. buydig is listed as one of their 'will price match' sites, so that should be promising. My 65 just shipped from them, so I'll try to price match the order.

buydig is on their price matching list
post #247 of 998
BGSaveinMay25 takes another $25 off at BuyDig. Amazon had me on hold and then offered to call me back and instead I just went through with the purchase at BuyDig. I still used Amazon Payments at checkout. Hopefully all goes well.
post #248 of 998
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Originally Posted by shakedotazz View Post

You can always try a website like imgur.com to host pics -- no accounts necessary.

Anyway, I may have missed it, but does this remote give you access to other things that the magic remote does not? What's the purpose of getting a remote like this?

thanks

It's a standard remote with numbers and lots of more buttons then the Magic Remote (MR). The reason I like the standard remote is because with the magic remote, you have to drill down to do anything, except volume and channel up and down. With this, I can just hit buttons... It's like having shortcuts to the menu function you want. I can also just punch in the channel number. Yes you can do that with the MR, but you have to drill down into the on screen remote. Plus, I hated the pointer appearing every time I picked up the MR to do anything, like change the volume or channel.

BTW, thanks for the info on IMGUR. I've uploaded he pic so below is the pic of the Standard remote for the LG 65LM6200.

post #249 of 998
Thanks for the info on the remote. I want one!! That arrow pointer on the magic remote drives me nuts too.
post #250 of 998
Going to grab the 32LM6200 soon. Just want to know if it's glossy screen, semi gloss, or matte? I want glossy and I hope it is. Also are there any input lag tests?
post #251 of 998
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Originally Posted by hibeta View Post

Thanks for the info on the remote. I want one!! That arrow pointer on the magic remote drives me nuts too.

anyone with directv know if they can get the dtv remote to work with the LM6200?
post #252 of 998
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Originally Posted by bhchan View Post

anyone with directv know if they can get the dtv remote to work with the LM6200?

The samsung HLT5687s code works on the LM6200's. didnt even have to reprogram the remote

Thanks for posting the model/pict of the non-magic remote. sears parts direct seems to have the cheapest price $20ish w/ shipping.
post #253 of 998
I can now confirm that the update does enable trumotion. Guess there is a fix coming to everyone after all, I for one was not very hopefull but LG Australia came through with the goods! If you want this firmware just send an email to LG asking them for it. The email address I got it from was; online.team@lg.com.au. You will need to find out your own country speficic email though, not sure if they can help you.
post #254 of 998
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Originally Posted by saintcow View Post

I can now confirm that the update does enable trumotion. Guess there is a fix coming to everyone after all, I for one was not very hopefull but LG Australia came through with the goods! If you want this firmware just send an email to LG asking them for it. The email address I got it from was; online.team@lg.com.au. You will need to find out your own country speficic email though, not sure if they can help you.

Thanks for this info. Do you mind sharing what version number your TV now has?

I'm going to email online.team@lg.com and online.team@lg.ca and see if I can't get my hands on it.
post #255 of 998
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Originally Posted by Brecklington View Post


Thanks for this info. Do you mind sharing what version number your TV now has?

I'm going to email online.team@lg.com and online.team@lg.ca and see if I can't get my hands on it.

Firmware version is now v03.10.06.
It must have changed a few other things as I had my pc on hdmi4 and before the update there was no lag, once I uploaded the firmware there was massive lag. All fixed by changing to the game setting. Not sure what else it does (game setting) because turning off trumotion on either of the isf settings does not remove the lag. Anywho good luck!
post #256 of 998
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Originally Posted by missingkeys View Post

Going to grab the 32LM6200 soon. Just want to know if it's glossy screen, semi gloss, or matte? I want glossy and I hope it is. Also are there any input lag tests?

i'd like to know this as well, considering using it for pc monitor.
post #257 of 998
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Originally Posted by Threefiddie View Post


i'd like to know this as well, considering using it for pc monitor.

I went from a 32" Panasonic for my pc screen to a 42lm6200 and the screen is definitely more glossy/reflective. Not as bad as my glass screen plasma though, maybe somewhere in the middle.
post #258 of 998
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Originally Posted by Brecklington View Post

Thanks for this info. Do you mind sharing what version number your TV now has?

I'm going to email online.team@lg.com and online.team@lg.ca and see if I can't get my hands on it.


Any luck?
post #259 of 998
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Originally Posted by jscott70 View Post

Are any LM6200 owners noticing random restarts of the TV? Mine has done it 4 times in the last week or so and the firmware was the latest version before it started doing it so it's not firmware updates causing it. I am wondering if I need to swap this set out before my 30 day return window expires...

My 55lm6200 was doing random reboots. LG's repair vendor replaced two boards, one being the power supply. All was well for about two weeks, and it has started doing it again. Also, the frequency of reboots seems to increase over time.
post #260 of 998
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Originally Posted by crabjoe View Post

It's a standard remote with numbers and lots of more buttons then the Magic Remote (MR). The reason I like the standard remote is because with the magic remote, you have to drill down to do anything, except volume and channel up and down. With this, I can just hit buttons... It's like having shortcuts to the menu function you want. I can also just punch in the channel number. Yes you can do that with the MR, but you have to drill down into the on screen remote. Plus, I hated the pointer appearing every time I picked up the MR to do anything, like change the volume or channel.

Got my new remote...works great. Thanks again for the info.
post #261 of 998
Ok so I've been looking around and haven't found anything about input lag. I'm going to be using this as a pc monitor as well like above poster mentioned.

Anyone use the android LG remote app? I believe there are two apps. Anyone know if one works? I'd be happy to use that rather then the wiimote.

I placed an order already and should arrive tuesday. I'll be the judge of this tv as I returned numberous tv's due to being a bad monitor for games or text reproduction. I'll let anyone know what I can test or know when I get it unlike everyone else in this thread.
post #262 of 998
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Originally Posted by saintcow View Post


I have definitely noticed some lag on ps3 gaming when playing 3d (gt5) , 2d seems just fine to me. I think if you just turn off all of the processing/picture enhancement settings the lag should be fine. Not really sure about the whole renaming of inputs to pc/game, can anyone offer an explanation of why that is supposed to help as I assume it just turns off all the processing (which I do anyway)

Also interested in knowing more about lag with 3d gaming how bad is it? Is it better on the 7600 or 8600 series?
post #263 of 998
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Originally Posted by syphon00 View Post

Also interested in knowing more about lag with 3d gaming how bad is it? Is it better on the 7600 or 8600 series?

No evident lag at all during racing games using the Game setting on the 65.
post #264 of 998
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Originally Posted by jscott70 View Post

I dialed in my picture finally last night by using Vivid and changing to the following settings:

Backlight: 80
Contrast: 90
Brightness: 50
Sharpness: 30
Color: 70
Tint: 0
Color Temp: C50

Advanced Control:
Dynamic Contrast: Off
Dynamic Color: Off
Clear White: off
Preferred Color: ALL ZERO
Super Resolution: On
Gamma: Low

Picture Option:
Noise Reduction: Low
MPEG Noise Reduction: Low
Black Level: Low
Real Cinema: Off
TruMotion: User: Dejudder 5 Deblur 0

Anyone know if there is a way to copy settings to all ports and/or 3d picture settings like you can in picture wizard at the end?

Check these settings
post #265 of 998
Fry's in San Diego has the 47 and 55 inch models on sale right now, and VERY cheap. The two models on sale are LG 55LM6200 and the LG 47LM6200 - again VERY cheap.

I am NOT a fan of any motion-smoothing technology (like Trumotion, which provides the dreaded SOE.)

Is there a way, as of right now with firmware, to defeat/turn off Trumotion? (On the 47 and/or 55. NOT the 65.)

Thanks in advance.
post #266 of 998
I pick up a 55LM6200 on June 1 2012 at HHGregg for $1499. I don't know if that was a good deal or not. They had it price at $1599 and the sales man took off $100. But so far I love the TV.
post #267 of 998
I used the CHAT function on the LG website and asked if you could disable the Trumotion.

The agent said you will be able to -- using an upcoming firmware update. I asked "Do you know when that is, will it be this month?" and he responded "Yes, this month."

I then told him i don't like the SOE, and he said he agreed and didn't like watching his "war films" with that on.

So I might just pull the trigger on the 55, which WITHOUT mentioning price, on sale for $400 less than the person who just posted their price. And the 47 is on sale for $500 less than the price of the 55.
post #268 of 998
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Originally Posted by thachaz View Post

I had that same issue.....I reset TV to factory settings and it hasn't done it ever since. I hope LG sends a firmware update to solve this issue. I hope this helps

I ended up calling LG about it. They sent someone out to repair it right away. He actually replaced the circuit board or the processor. Fixed the problem!

Now, I am having problems with the TV suddenly turning off when I am streaming media through Plex using the Media Link app. It's rare that I get through a movie with out it happening.

Anyone else having this problem?
post #269 of 998
Just received mine last night. Not sure if these came with a panel lottery but let's find out.
SVC Code- 32LM6200 UE.AUSWLJM -

I'm in the USA.

I thought that W was supposed to be a Y. Thought the Y meant it's ips.
post #270 of 998
Just picked up the 47" model, gonna be pull out my X-Rite i1Pro 2 and start to Calibrate it this weekend. I'm excited to see what I can get out of this set.
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