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LG is one of the largest manufacturers of HDTV and home theater electronics in the world. LG, which stands for "life's good" is a Korean company best known for their 1080p Infinia flat HDTV. LG makes mostly LED HDTVs but has made some of the top rated plasma panels in the past.

Today's LG HDTV sets pack 1080p video resolution as well as 3D performance in sizes as big as 60 inches. Many of LGs sets are loaded with today's best applications via their Netcast functionality.

LG's Blu-ray players are also well respected for their fast load times, solid picture and their under-the-hood applications.

HomeTheaterReview.com's LG product reviews include:

LG 47LE8500 LED LCD HDTV
LG BX580 3D Blu-ray player

Compare LG to brands like Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, and Sharp.


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