LG Electronics 29LB4510 29-Inch 720p 60Hz LED TV






Description


Looking for a simple HDTV in a smaller size? The LB4510 arrives in your choice of 22-inch-class, 24-inch-class and 29-inch class screen sizes, with a compact pedestal stand in matching black. Thanks to the exclusive Triple XD Engine, which enhances picture quality, it delivers a dependably pleasing 720p high-definition image.

Features


  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native); Motion Clarity Index: 120 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Direct LED)
  • Smart Functionality: No
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 26.3'' x 16.2" x 3.2'', TV with stand: 26.3'' x 18'' x 7.2''
  • Inputs: 1 HDMI 1.4, 1 USB 2.0, 1 RF, 1 Component, 1 Composite, 1 PC Audio
  • Accessories Included: TV Remote

Customer Reviews


5 out of 5 stars Beautiful picture, sound
Krystin L Mahoney
Excellent for small spaces with the picture and sound quality that rivals some big 50 inch televisions. Excellent buy for anyone looking for a quality tv under 30 inches
5 out of 5 stars Update: With HDMI connection it is very good
Phil in MIdland
Much of what I originally said about this TV in my 3-star review was based on the fact that it was connected via the AV (or game) inputs, rather than HDMI. This morning I had that 'V8 moment' and realized the problem. When I connected it via HDMI, it worked like a real LED TV should. The colors and contrast were FAR better, and I found that using JUST SCAN for the aspect ratio setting was just the ticket. The image filled the whole screen with minimal ratio distortion. I also found that using one of the Expert picture modes, you have several more advanced settings to chose from. You can set the gamut from normal to wide, which is interesting. There are also several gamma settings to chose from. This set is located in a bright, windowed kitchen, so it is good to be able to tweak the gamma settings. I need to delve more into the manual to optimize my settings, but I am impressed with what's available for a TV of this size and price.Regarding the 720 vs 1080 discussion, I would lean toward the 1080 dpi. On my UVERSE systems options, I can have the Uverse box check the resolution of the TV and set it for either 720 or 1080. When I run the test for 1080, it is accepted and the screen appears very sharp. I have a 46" Samsung LED that is beautiful, and I can compare the quality of the two. I can't say the LG is as good, but it is very good for a TV of this price.My only criticism is the manual, which reads like a Korean translation into English. It isn't real bad, but there were a few passages in there that made me smile :)I'll give this TV 5 stars for being a good value and performer. It fits very nicely in the corner of our kitchen. One caveat is to try to keep it at eye level, because, like most LED TV's the image gets flat and washed out as you increase the angle of viewing from center
4 out of 5 stars Plug has transformer
Doug
Nice TV but the power cord has a 2 inch transformer at plug which makes a flat mount almost impossible.
4 out of 5 stars LG TV model 22LB4510 22" is under rated model
Ralph Linderman Jr.
Picture view is good from side to side, audio is fair but better than older comparable Samsung, picture detail is excellent. I recommend it as a 4 star TV and reasonably priced.
5 out of 5 stars It's a good one!
G. Smith
The best picture that we've seen on a 24" LED yet, we were so impressed that we bought a 55" LED & are greatly impressed by it also
3 out of 5 stars It's OK
G Jo
We purchased this TV for a bedroom. The off angle viewing is poor. In one bedroom, we placed in on a 5'6" armoire, and when reclining in bed the TV is unwatchable. We moved it to a second bedroom and placed it on a 4' chest of drawers, and the picture is now acceptable, but it's still not ideal even at the relatively shallow viewing angle. The sound is poor. You'll want to add external speakers for anything other than casual viewing where your attention is split on another activity.
4 out of 5 stars Works as a monitor but really wants to be a TV.
Mahlers2nd
I actually purchased this as a monitor for my laptop. Monitors cost the same, if not more... but this has the flexibility of also serving as a monitor.It also looks like they intended for it to do dual duty as a monitor since this will also accept a serial cable in lieu of HDMI which is handy since my laptop doesn't have an HDMI port.It took awhile for the computer and the "monitor" to play well together and for the display to look appropriate. I searched everyone online for support, drivers, etc... finally contacted customer support and they just kept typing "plug and play... no driver". So, I would not rate their support staff as the most helpful in the world.It got the job done as a monitor but I think it really prefers being a TV because it really looks better while watching TV.All in all, a decent value if you are looking for something that you can use either in the home office or as a spare TV... just don't expect to get any help from support.[NCJAR]
5 out of 5 stars Good Value.
Sarah Joncas
In my opinion LG makes the best television for the price under 24"Nice Slim Design only one HDMI but works well in my kitchen for cable tv.



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