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post #841 of 998
"LG's latest smart TV Magic Remote can control other devices, understand natural language"

http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/19/lgs-latest-smart-tv-magic-remote-can-control-other-devices-und/

anyone know if this will work with the lm6200 model?
post #842 of 998
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Originally Posted by gvc View Post

"LG's latest smart TV Magic Remote can control other devices, understand natural language"

http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/19/lgs-latest-smart-tv-magic-remote-can-control-other-devices-und/

anyone know if this will work with the lm6200 model?
with Simplink I can control the PS3..
post #843 of 998
Well all I know is the reason I just replaced mine with a standard LG remote is because all the commands I was yelling at my smart remote I cannot repeat here without offending someone. Combined with its ability to change multiple parameters just from dropping it per my earlier post on the matter . . . simple is just better for me.

But maybe the new one is a huge improvement?

Good luck . . .
post #844 of 998
Hello...

My name is Markus and i am new here and i have a question about my LM 6200. when i use the Picture Wizard II and i have done all the steps then i always get a message that it is saved under EXPERT1. How can i save it in EXPERT 2.

Thank you

Markus
post #845 of 998
Hi all,

I'm having a problem with playing back MPEG2 HD files through DLNA. I record OTA tv using either and HDHR or Happuage HVR-950. When I try and play back the MPEG2 transport stream files on the TV, the video plays back fine, however the audio is always slightly out of sync. The video is always a head a tiny bit. This doesn't happen with any xvid avi's or MKV files or anything. It only seems to happen with MPEG2 OTA files.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks

I have the 55LM6200.
post #846 of 998
I got in the service menu today and gave the local dimming a try again, now it looks better than last year I did it...

edit: now that I look at it its not so good maybe this set doesn't work with LD, left it default...
Edited by Leonheart - 2/2/13 at 12:13pm
post #847 of 998
There is sound vibrating noise in my LM6200 sometime...
how can fix it?
post #848 of 998
these are really good and works with LM6200 cuz they have local dimming off:

LG LM6700 Series Calibrations and Picture Settings

by Robert Wiley, Senior Editor

Calibrated Picture Settings: The LM6700 series has a expanded 20 point white balance control settings menu (or you can choose the 2 Point scale as we did). Below are our post calibration picture settings which got us very close to D6500K without having to use the 20 point control. These settings still allowing plenty of backlight for a well-lit picture. You will find these settings show a bit more luminance and better dark shadow detail than the standard Cinema setting.

Calibrations:

POST CALIBRATION SETTINGS: GAMUT
Energy Saving OFF
Picture Mode ISF Expert 1
Backlight 41
Contrast 86
Brightness 57
H Sharpness 25
V Sharpness 25
Color 58
Tint G6
Super Resolution OFF
LED Local Dimming OFF
Dynamic Contrast OFF
Noise Reduction OFF
MPEG Noise Reduction OFF
Black Level LOW
Color Gamut STANDARD
Edge Enhancement OFF
Color Filter OFF
Color Temp WARM
GAMMA 2.2
Method 2 Point IRE
Pattern OUTER
COLOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WHITE BALANCE
Color Tint Luminance
Red 1 5 2
Green 3 6 0
Blue -10 -8 2
Yellow -2 -1 0
Cyan 3 8 1
Magenta -3 0 0
post #849 of 998
Hi all,
This is my first post in this thread as well as this forum. I have purchased 47Lm6200 recently after going through the reviews from this site. Thank you avsforum.
There is no regret after purchasing the tv and enjoying every moment. It s a great experience watching 3D movies.
I have few questions:
Does this tv works with all 3D formats? Last week i was checking out a 3D video and its not working in my tv.So should we change the format?
When we check youtube 3d vides, it shows few options in 3d like cyan/red etc.Which type of vide does LG shows?
I am planning to purchase a wireless head, please suggest me with good and confortable head sets/
post #850 of 998
I updated my TV from 3.11.37 to 4.10.09
all are very good but can not change audio language in movie when play with DLNA from pc but in 3.11.37 work change audio language from pc
How fix it...
dose aneone can chang audio language from pc in v4?
My TV is LM6200-TA and 4.31.30 do not update my tv
Is there new update for my TV?
please help me
Edited by amir82111 - 2/6/13 at 5:29am
post #851 of 998
New here, but long time reader:
Decided to join because of the useful tips here, I got Local Dimming also enabled with Onkyo Remote Control of my Receiver TX-NR609.
Remote Control is the RC-803M
Steps:
1. Vizio Code 11758
2. Press the "+10" Button on the remote
3. Password is asked (0413)
4. Enable Local Dimming

Btw. worked on my LS5700

Cheers
Tom
post #852 of 998
Good day, new here.

Recieved the 04.31.43 update today and haven't seen any difference. Is there any useable additions/features with this update that I am missing?

Saf
post #853 of 998
I also dont see any changes. is it me or is the 2d-3d worse now?
post #854 of 998
I have a 65LM6200 on order and in the mean time I'm working on my wall to have it ready when the TV arrives.

Can anyone give me a dimension from the top of the TV bezel to the top VESA screws?

This would help me figure out mounting options/cable routing before the TV shows up.

Haven't been able to locate any back of the TV dimensions elsewhere.

Thanks.

Robert
post #855 of 998
Give or take 85mm.
post #856 of 998
Does anyone know if the 65lm6200 has ANY analog outputs at all (like a headphone jack) on the back panel? My TV is mounted on the wall and so I can't easily view the back. The instruction manual does not say anything about this. I am trying to connect an external subwoofer and the only audio output seems to be via TOSLINK Optical. I have looked into an optical to analog converter but most of those only work with PCM Digital and apparently LG TVs only output AC3 Digital for audio.
post #857 of 998
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Originally Posted by hdcl View Post

Does anyone know if the 65lm6200 has ANY analog outputs at all (like a headphone jack) on the back panel? My TV is mounted on the wall and so I can't easily view the back. The instruction manual does not say anything about this. I am trying to connect an external subwoofer and the only audio output seems to be via TOSLINK Optical. I have looked into an optical to analog converter but most of those only work with PCM Digital and apparently LG TVs only output AC3 Digital for audio.
You're right, the optical out is all I can see. Everything else is labeled as an input.
post #858 of 998
I'm thinking of getting the 65" version.

Is there a way to totally de-activate the soap opera affect?

Is turning off true motion the same thing?

I really like the picture from its smaller brother but want to make sure before I decide.
Thanks

Sent from my SGH-I747M using Tapatalk 2
post #859 of 998
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Originally Posted by muad'dib View Post

I'm thinking of getting the 65" version.

Is there a way to totally de-activate the soap opera affect?

Is turning off true motion the same thing?

I really like the picture from its smaller brother but want to make sure before I decide.
Thanks

Sent from my SGH-I747M using Tapatalk 2

Yes, turning off TrueMotion, or turning down to level 1 removes SOE.
post #860 of 998
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Originally Posted by THe_Flash View Post

You're right, the optical out is all I can see. Everything else is labeled as an input.

Can someone please look at the optical out on the back of the TV and tell me if I need a 90 degree toslink adaptor to prevent the optical cable from being pinched when wall mounted, or is the optical out jack already at 90 degrees with respect to the back of the TV so that the optical cable comes straight down? Thanks in advance - my TV is already wallmounted so I can't see back there and the user manual does not have a clear picture.
post #861 of 998
What does the Bypass checkbox do under the Audio Sync options?
post #862 of 998
Every now and then I notice some picture stutter when, for example, let's say you're watching a sporting event and it changes camera angles. What may be causing this...and is there some setting maybe I should use to prevent it? I'm getting my picture from a DirecTV HD receiver set to output a native signal.
post #863 of 998
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Originally Posted by kovach View Post

Every now and then I notice some picture stutter when, for example, let's say you're watching a sporting event and it changes camera angles. What may be causing this...and is there some setting maybe I should use to prevent it? I'm getting my picture from a DirecTV HD receiver set to output a native signal.

Do you have TruMotion enabled? If so try turning it off. Settings>Picture>Picture Option>TruMotion(off).
post #864 of 998
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Originally Posted by hdcl View Post

Can someone please look at the optical out on the back of the TV and tell me if I need a 90 degree toslink adaptor to prevent the optical cable from being pinched when wall mounted, or is the optical out jack already at 90 degrees with respect to the back of the TV so that the optical cable comes straight down? Thanks in advance - my TV is already wallmounted so I can't see back there and the user manual does not have a clear picture.

It's facing down on my 47, so I will presume the 65 is the same.
post #865 of 998
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Originally Posted by JohnnyB500 View Post

It's facing down on my 47, so I will presume the 65 is the same.

Thanks for checking!smile.gif
post #866 of 998
Quote:
Originally Posted by JohnnyB500 View Post

It's facing down on my 47, so I will presume the 65 is the same.

No I don't have that turned on. I should mention the signal passes through an Onkyo TR 609 receiver, which I suppose opens up a whole host of 'possibilities'. Although i pretty much have it as clearn of a passthrough as possible with no added features turned on.
post #867 of 998
I just hooked up my 65" LG to a new Yamaha Sound Bar with the optical output. The Yamaha sound bar has multiple inputs. I connected my Dish receiver to directly to one input of the sound bar and the TV to the other. When switched to the Dish receiver input, I get proper Dolby Digital 5.1 through the sound bar. Unfortunataly when i switch to the TV output, I only get Dolby Prologic stereo for the same source material. The DIsh receiver is connected via HDMI to the TV. I have not been able to get the TV to output Dolby Digital to the sound bar even when the source material is encoded as 5.1. I tried this BluRay player as well and when the BluRay is directly connected to the sound bar, I get DD 5.1, through the TV I only get stereo.

I tried changing the Audio options on the TV, the only real options are Auto and PCM Only for the Optical out. This does not seem to make a difference. The user manual seems to indicate that when set to Auto, the optical output will pass through DD 5.1 signal natively.

Has anyone who has connected the LG TV to a sound bar or external receiver been able to get DD 5.1 out of the TV for material that is not OTA channels picked up by the built in tuner (cable, satellite or DVD output)?
post #868 of 998
Quote:
Originally Posted by hdcl View Post

I just hooked up my 65" LG to a new Yamaha Sound Bar with the optical output. The Yamaha sound bar has multiple inputs. I connected my Dish receiver to directly to one input of the sound bar and the TV to the other. When switched to the Dish receiver input, I get proper Dolby Digital 5.1 through the sound bar. Unfortunataly when i switch to the TV output, I only get Dolby Prologic stereo for the same source material. The DIsh receiver is connected via HDMI to the TV. I have not been able to get the TV to output Dolby Digital to the sound bar even when the source material is encoded as 5.1. I tried this BluRay player as well and when the BluRay is directly connected to the sound bar, I get DD 5.1, through the TV I only get stereo.

I tried changing the Audio options on the TV, the only real options are Auto and PCM Only for the Optical out. This does not seem to make a difference. The user manual seems to indicate that when set to Auto, the optical output will pass through DD 5.1 signal natively.

Has anyone who has connected the LG TV to a sound bar or external receiver been able to get DD 5.1 out of the TV for material that is not OTA channels picked up by the built in tuner (cable, satellite or DVD output)?

I have the 47" and I hooked it up to my Bose cinemate through optical and I get Dolby 5.1. But I think I may have enabled it in the service menu. I think there's three settings in there for encoding. DTS, PCM, and AC3(which is Dolby digital). I obviously selected ac3 and now I get Dolby 5.1 from my Xbox 360 which is connected to the TV only through HDMI.
post #869 of 998
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Originally Posted by slosrtnick View Post

I have the 47" and I hooked it up to my Bose cinemate through optical and I get Dolby 5.1. But I think I may have enabled it in the service menu. I think there's three settings in there for encoding. DTS, PCM, and AC3(which is Dolby digital). I obviously selected ac3 and now I get Dolby 5.1 from my Xbox 360 which is connected to the TV only through HDMI.

Thanks for the tip slosrtnick.

I finally took the effort to figure out how to enable the service menu for the TV. It turns out I did not need to spend so much time. I ended up just adding the TV to my Harmony One remote as a new device and "EZAdjust" shows up as a button option. Pressing that and entering the 0413 password previously posted got me into the service menu. I flipped one of the options (I think it was Menu 6) to AC3 and now DD passthrough works on all HDMI inputs.

I also turned on the Local Dimming option on Menu 2 and 4. I now have a Local Dimming setting in Picture Options that goes Low-Med-High. I know some folks have played with this in the past with mixed results. Did anyone try the different levels and was there any noticible difference? I will check it out tonight and post my results but at first glance I did not notice much difference between Off and the 3 levels but it is daytime and things look a bit different at night in a dark room.
post #870 of 998
No problem hdcl. Glad I could help. I also enabled local dimming and I just put the setting on high. I don't see why having the darkest blacks and the whitest whites in the same image would be a bad thing. People say they have a lot of light bleed on the edges when they turn on local dimming, but for me this is not the case.

Nick
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