New model looking good: LG 32LG60 Scarlet 1080p

October 21, 2008 by  

Trademark looks characterize this new model from LG. In the TV world, LG has added to this tradition with the LG60 series of models. All of these TVs feature an elegant red and black design, and have the technical goods too, with 1920 x 1080p images, a 50,000:1 contrast ratio, 24p Real Cinema mode, and an AV mode, make this LCD HDTV a fabulous addition to your entertainment center.

The 37LG60 serves can also house and support all of your external components, like a Blu-ray/DVD player, MP3 player, and a TiVo/DVR. 4 HDMI V1.3 inputs means great support for any type of external goodie.

The 1920 x 1080p native resolution in the 32LG60 is considered excellent, as previous LG models have sported outstanding detail as well. Plus it does have the built-in light adjustment feature, so the screen will automatically adjust itself, ensuring that it looks great in all viewing conditions including those with a large amount of ambient light.

LG has even integrated the speakers into the shiny black bezel so you can’t see them, which makes the sleek design really pop.

It’s priced mostly in the low-mid $800′s for the 32″ model. One to look out for (and if you’ve read the previous article, you know how much I like LG’s personally).

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