LG DM50D
LG DM50D with Cinema 3D for TV, console gaming & PC

29 Jun 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG has unveiled a new HDTV / monitor with Cinema 3D (passive 3D). Cinema 3D relies on the cheap polarized 3D glasses and LG hopes to give users a complete 3D screen that also connects to gaming consoles.

LG DM50D with Cinema 3D

LG’s new DM50D will be available shortly with integrated digital TV tuners and HDMI for connecting 3D-capable Blu-ray players and gaming consoles. Naturally, it also connects to PCs.

LG DM50D with Cinema 3D
LG DM50D with Cinema 3D


It seems that LG has extended their Infinia design from TVs to monitors with DM50D and with an elegant black frame and elegant stand DM50D is ready to smarten up your desktop.

DM50D will be available in different size classes and all variants are equipped with Cinema 3D panels. Cinema 3D is LG’s term for passive 3D that relies on the much cheaper polarized 3D glasses that you know from movie cinemas. No words on other specifications right not but we are guessing that DM50D is based on TN panels.

Cinema 3D TVs use these elegant 3D glasses
Cinema 3D TVs use these elegant 3D glasses


Passive 3D systems reduce 3D resolution a bit but the advantages include; flicker-free glasses, no batteries, no eye-strain and no crosstalk.

The LG DM50D will be released in Europe in July, with other markets to follow. The price has not been disclosed.



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