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LG Cinema 3D received
LG Cinema 3D LW6500 received

16 Mar 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

FlatpanelsHD has received one of LG’s new Cinema 3D TVs with much cheaper 3D glasses. It’s the LW6500 model we have received. The review will be online soon.

LG LW6500 received

LG has introduced Cinema 3D TVs in 2011 with much cheaper 3D glasses and no flicker. LW6500 is the most expensive Cinema 3D model with 4 pairs of 3D glasses, Smart TV with NetCast and web browser, LED, 200/240 Hz and Wireless AV Link.
More about LG LW6500 here.

LG LW6500
LG LW6500

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Do you have specific suggestions for our review or specific areas you want us to examine in our review of the TV please use the commentary feature at the bottom. Also, let us know if you want specific 3D subjects examined.

LG LW6500 is available in 42, 47, 55, and 65 inches in US and EU called 42LW6500, 47LW6500, 55LW6500 and 65LW6500 (only in US).
For pricing on the LG Cinema 3D TV see here.

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