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I updated my 47LM4700 to 03.40.10, but I didn't notice any difference from the official 03.40.08. I can't extract the firmware file from LG's site without the AES key. There might be a chance I could figure that out from the TV itself. but the 47LM4600/4700 don't have the RS-232c service port attached and I don't feel like tearing my TV apart. The only thing I have to look at is the source, and I don't know if the source is the official or engineer source, or even past that.
 

When I first updated the TV from the original firmware to 3.40.08, some things changed a bit. The option for LED Dimming (when enabled in the service menu) had disappeared from the user menu. The option still exists in the service menu, and I haven't tested whether it actually works. I also can no longer find the firmware rollback option. Previously I could get to it by pressing the Settings button and pressing the '9' key 7 times. I also used to be able to force firmware upgrade by pressing the '7' key 7 times, but now I have to press the '2' key 7 times.

post #332 of 351
I puchased this TV about a year ago.

In fast motion I've noticed that the display will retain 2 or 3 frames, making high contrast images blurry and even nausiating to watch. This is especially a problem with games.

Is this a problem with the panels response time, or is it due to some kind of post processing that I can adjust?
post #333 of 351
I've not noticed any issues when playing games from my secondary XBOne on my 47LM4600. It is an LCD though. My main display is a DLP which can display an image many,many times faster than any LCD TV can.
post #334 of 351

Does anyone know how the 24p Real Cinema Works on the 60hz panel? It looks nothing like movies from a 60p source. It's almost like having a 24p source fed to it enables the hidden trumotion feature.

post #335 of 351
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Originally Posted by SuperSVGA View Post

I updated my 47LM4700 to 03.40.10, but I didn't notice any difference from the official 03.40.08. I can't extract the firmware file from LG's site without the AES key. There might be a chance I could figure that out from the TV itself. but the 47LM4600/4700 don't have the RS-232c service port attached and I don't feel like tearing my TV apart. The only thing I have to look at is the source, and I don't know if the source is the official or engineer source, or even past that.

 
When I first updated the TV from the original firmware to 3.40.08, some things changed a bit. The option for LED Dimming (when enabled in the service menu) had disappeared from the user menu. The option still exists in the service menu, and I haven't tested whether it actually works. I also can no longer find the firmware rollback option. Previously I could get to it by pressing the Settings button and pressing the '9' key 7 times. I also used to be able to force firmware upgrade by pressing the '7' key 7 times, but now I have to press the '2' key 7 times.

Where did you find 03.40.10? I looked on LG's website, but I could not find it...
post #336 of 351
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Originally Posted by SuperSVGA View Post

Does anyone know how the 24p Real Cinema Works on the 60hz panel? It looks nothing like movies from a 60p source. It's almost like having a 24p source fed to it enables the hidden trumotion feature.

Does the LM4600 series support 24p?
post #337 of 351
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Does the LM4600 series support 24p?

Yes. It applies 3:2 pulldown to the 1080P24 input to go to 1080P60.
post #338 of 351
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Where did you find 03.40.10? I looked on LG's website, but I could not find it...
I had to go into the In-Start with a remote and change some setting to engineer firmware. I then used the internet update.

 

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Does the LM4600 series support 24p?
 

It has a Real Cinema 24p setting, when enabled and fed a 24p source it identifies that as a 24p source and adjusts accordingly.

post #339 of 351
Thank you!
post #340 of 351
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It has a Real Cinema 24p setting, when enabled and fed a 24p source it identifies that as a 24p source and adjusts accordingly.

Thank you
post #341 of 351
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It has a Real Cinema 24p setting, when enabled and fed a 24p source it identifies that as a 24p source and adjusts accordingly.

Thank you SuperSVGA!
post #342 of 351
This is a 60Hz TV. All it does it accept the 24P signal and apply 3:2 pulldown. The same as any other 60Hz TV. This TV does not do interpolation and create frames in between existing ones. Creating the so called Soap Opera effect. This TV just has regular 3:2 pull down.

I have been enjoying this TV in my secondary viewing location for the last 13 months. It was a nice deal at Best Buy when I got it in January last year.
Edited by aaronwt - 2/8/14 at 4:10pm
post #343 of 351
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This is a 60Hz TV. All it does it accept the 24P signal and apply 3:2 pulldown. The same as any other 60Hz TV. This TV does not do interpolation and create frames in between existing ones. Creating the so called Soap Opera effect. This TV just has regular 3:2 pull down.

But that doesn't explain why the TV's 3:2 pull down is better than any other device, or why it needs a different display mode for 24p. I've recorded it at 120fps and compared it to the TV's normal mode slowed down and there is a slight difference between them and also a noticeable backlight flash.

post #344 of 351
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But that doesn't explain why the TV's 3:2 pull down is better than any other device, or why it needs a different display mode for 24p. I've recorded it at 120fps and compared it to the TV's normal mode slowed down and there is a slight difference between them and also a noticeable backlight flash.

I still see judder from this TV like every 60Hz TV I've viewed. If it were truly at 120Hz and it applied 5:5 pulldown, there would be no judder.
post #345 of 351

I wish I wouldve found this thread before buying my 55LM4600. I was coming from an old Philips LCD with its version of trumotion caused a bit of soap opera, but in a way I found enjoyable. I really loved the motion on that TV but it was a 47" and contrast was poor, so I would have nearly unviewable images when the screen was mostly black (The Walking Dead for example)

SO I got a great deal on a 55LM4600 and thought I was going to love it, but having REALLY bad issues with the juddery motion. I am wondering if there are ANY settings to reduce this effect, as LG doesnt seem to care.


Now, they've sent three technicians out, replaced the main board, but it always has the SAME judder motion. Ive tried to argue that they've sold me a 60hz panel when the box said 120hz, and attempt them to replace it with a true 120hz panel with no luck.

 

If ANYONE has any advice for me, please let me know.

post #346 of 351

Hi there I am writing those that seem to be having the same issue as I with LG regarding the LM4600 series. I recently purchased the 55" model of this TV and the judder is unwatchable, and LG seems to have NO issues with selling a 60hz quality set with lies on the box. I am wonder if you ever reached a conclusion with LG that might allow myself or others to receive the same solution. Furthermore, if there were any further actions taken between you and LG that you can share I would love to hear about them.

I would also love to know if you found any particular settings that helped with the issue.

 

post #347 of 351
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LG 47LM4600 This thread is to help me and anyone else with issues, calibration advice and all other subjects for owners of this 3D HDTV. I personally seeking Sharpness setting advice, and also would love to here someones calibration advice OR OWN PERSONAL SETTINGS (in detail) I've recently purchased this tv and can't seem to find much out there on the net on it.. Come on guys dive in...any advice or input on anything to do with this HDTV calibration would be great...

Hi All, When I started this thread I had Full intention on posting my settings when i figured them out with the Disney WoW calibration disc...I posted the results but recently realized they never actually uploaded on this forum.
For what it's worth...here they are....

Back Light --- 50

Contrast
91

Brightness -- 51

Sharpness - 54

Color
51

Tint
0

Color Temp 0

All options such as Clear White, Dynamic blah blah blah control and etc are ALL OFF....

Black Level set to LOW

For gaming on my PS3/PS4 I have My GAMMA set to LOW --- the blacks seem more accurate this way for some reason---crush less...

For TV/MOVIES the GAMMA is set to MEDIUM usually.....

For comparison to your surroundings...my living room is usually lit well so lighting both sun and bulbs are usually lighting the room fairly well..(not to dark in my living room)

I spent allot of time trying to get the best out of this TV with allot of GREAT help from here...this has been the best i have achieved...
post #348 of 351

Hello, im not the most knowledgeable person when it comes to tv but im not completely stupid. 

 

I have owned this tv for about a year and use it a lot for gaming on my xbox 360 and xbox one. 

I have noticed a lot of textures loading very very slowly and was wonderi g if this could be a problem caused by the tv. gta5 and dead rising 3 were terrible.  I would walk up to a building and sit for 10sec or more as the detail started to slowly creep on to the building I was standing right in front of. Ive tried 2 different xbox 360s and now an xbox one, so it is not a problem with the console. 

And I dont believe its just the way the games are cause ive shown others and they said that theirs doesnnot do that. 

 

The only thing I can think of is that the is the cause. The only other weird thing in the system is that we have a old house with old electical wiring but I dont see that effecting it. 

post #349 of 351
Thread Starter 
I have seen that same thing while playing Battlefield 4 online...I was never sure if it was the TV or the Internet connection or possibly the Server...
post #350 of 351
It's not the TV.
post #351 of 351
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Originally Posted by abbigabbi View Post

I have seen that same thing while playing Battlefield 4 online...I was never sure if it was the TV or the Internet connection or possibly the Server...

I dont think mine has to deal with the internet as it will also happen when playing single player
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