Where to Buy LG Electronics 32LN5300 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED TV (2013 Model)






Description


LG LN5300 SERIES FULL HD 1080P LED TV LG's LN5300 delivers stunning picture quality. With LED backlighting you get amazing brightness, clarity and color detail. And, Full HD 1080p has almost double th pixel resolution of standard HD so you see detail like never before. YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR EYES. You won't believe your eyes. LG’s LED technology delivers amazing brightness, clarity and color detail. DOUBLE THE DETAIL. This stunning picture is the reason you wanted HDTV in the first place. With almost double the pixel resolution, Full HD 1080p gives it superior picture quality over standard HDTV. You’ll see details and colors like never before. SAVE MORE THAN ENERGY. Earning the ENERGY STAR means a product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. For TVs, it means they save energy both in standby and active (when they're on) modes. ENERGY STAR qualified TVs use about 30% less energy than standard units. FIND THE PERFECT PICTURE. Get easy self-calibration with on-screen reference points for key picture quality elements such as black level, color, tint, sharpness and backlight levels. Take the guesswork out of picture adjustments with this simple-to-use feature. It’s not actually magic, but it will sure seem that way. WISE AND NOT WASTEFUL. With our Smart Energy Saving Features, you can conserve money and energy. LED TV
COMPARISON LN4500 LN530B LN5300 LN5400 LN5700 LN6150 LA6200 GA6400 LA6900 LA7400 GA7900 LA8600 LM9600 Screen Size Class 22", 24", 26", 29" 32" 32", 42" 42", 47", 50", 55", 60" 32", 39", 42", 47", 50", 55" 60" "42", 47", 50", 55", 60" "42", 47", 50", 55", 60" 47" 50" 55" 47" 55" 60" 47" 55" 55" 60" 84" Resolution HD 720p
(22" :1080P) HD 720p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p UHD (4K) LED Backlighting Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Edge LED Edge LED+ Edge LED+
(60" Direct LED w/ Dimming) Edge LED+ Edge LED+ Edge LED+ Refresh Rate 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 120Hz 120Hz (27, 32", 39": 60Hz) 120Hz 120Hz 120Hz 120Hz 240Hz 240Hz 240Hz 240Hz Cinema Screen Design                   LG Cinema 3D (passive 3D)             Dual Play             LG Smart TV             Google TV                       Built-In Camera  
                      Wi-Fi® Built-In         Dual Core Processor         Magic Remote w/Voice         Sold Seperately Sold Seperately Sold Seperately QWERTY QWERTY DLNA Certified/WiDi         Smart Share via MHL Smart Share via NFC      
          HDMI Inputs 1 (Rear) 2 (1 Rear, 1 Side) 2 (1 Rear, 1 Side) 2 (1 Rear, 1 Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 4 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 4 (Side) 4 (Side) 4 (Side) USB Inputs 1 (Side) 1 (Side) 1 (Side) 1 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side)

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: 29.1'' x 17.2" x 3.1'', TV with stand: 29.1'' x 19.6'' x 8.2''
  • Inputs: 2 HDMI, 1 USB, 1 RF, 1 Component, 1 Composite, 1 Digital Audio Out (optical)
  • Accessories Included: TV Remote
  • You won't believe your eyes. LG's LED technology delivers amazing brightness, clarity and color detail.^Get nearly double the pixel resolution of standard HD with Full HD 1080p resolution.^Getting your picture looking great is easier than ever with Picture Wizard.

Customer Reviews


4 out of 5 stars Nice basic television at a very reasonable price
Paul S. Remington
We purchased the LG 32LN5300 32" television for our toddler's playroom, so we didn't want anything too big or too expensive. I looked at all our options and narrowed down my search to the LG 32LN5300 based on image quality, features, and price. My basic requirements were that it had to be 1080P and offer at least two HDMI inputs. There was one other television that was $50 less than the LG, but I opted for the LG because the image quality was noticeably better and off-axis viewing was far superior. The other television was an Insignia.The first thing I'll say about the LG 32LN5300 is this television is mostly about image quality; the image quality is its most outstanding feature. Like most flat-screen televisions, especially on the budget market, audio quality is not its strongest asset.It offers two 10W speakers (20W total) that produce a very nice volume that will easily fill a moderately sized room enough that you can probably hear it well in an adjacent room. Don't expect to get a nice full-bodied sound with rich low end. Its sonic body is thin. With that said, the settings do offer the ability to tweak the audio and you can set the treble and bass. This helps somewhat and lessons the boxy sound a bit. Virtual surround settings also enhance the audio effect. Just be aware that the audio quality is enough to get by, which makes it fine for a bedroom, den, or play room. If you want added audio quality, consider purchasing a separate speaker system.Where this television excels in its price range is in image quality. The monitor does an excellent job at projecting a clean image with crisp detail and very nice image contrast and color tone.Read more ›
4 out of 5 stars LG 39LN5300
Chris_PHS89
I purchased the 39 inch. First impressions. Picture is excellent without making any adjustments. I have it hooked up to Directv through the HDMI input. I watched a movie on a non HD channel and the picture looked almost as good as an HD channel. I think the TV has some kind of up converter built in.Common with most flat screen TV's the speakers are under the front of the TV and sound is less than impressive. I compare the sound to listen to something through a tin can. Plan to get a sound bar in the next few weeks.So far I really like this TV. As always Amazon's price was by far the lowest. Got one for $314.99 it was originally 387.99 but Amazon marked it down several times. I would buy another one if I had anywhere to put it.Update 7/17/13I have had this TV for a few weeks now. I was worried about buying a 60hz TV but no trouble what so ever. I have watched NASCAR, Baseball, Football and all other types of programing. I see no motion blurring at all on this TV. The picture is just amazing. Crisp, clear and the color is really good. Thats without any adjustments. I'm using the standard picture setting and have the energy saver set on low. Have not purchased a sound bar yet. Adjusted some of my sound settings and is a little better. Some channels have really good sound and some don't. DVD's have good sound. And speaking of DVD the picture quality looks as good if not better than Directv's 720p and 1080i HD. The DVD picture quality is so good I have not even considered a Blu Ray player. I have my DVD player hooked up through the component input. The Blue Green and Red. Really happy with this purchase.
4 out of 5 stars No frills, but probably the best TV in it's class for the price.
TronixSage
I purchased this TV for my 91 year old grandmother who decided it was time to spend a little money on herself (I purchased from Amazon and she reimbursed me). Before this, she was using a 27" JVC CRT that was nearing the end of its useful life since the screen kept getting progressively darker and any programming showing dark scenes was almost impossible to see (and that was with the brightness turned all the way up). At the same time, she was getting sick and tired of paying for basic cable service (about $25/mo) so I purchased a cheap RCA antenna (ANT111) to take advantage of the free OTA digital channels. She lives 5-7 miles from most of the towers and was able to pick up 39 digital channels with this antenna (she was previously only getting 10-15 channels from Time Warner).While searching for her new TV, I had to consider space and price. I felt that a 32" TV would have been too small and since I couldn't find any suitable options in the 35-37" range I started looking at the 40" TVs. Unfortunately, these were out of her budget probably due to their "smart" options - which she will never use and their 120Hz refresh rates. Also, I needed to keep the overall width of the TV to 35".I then turned my search to 39" models and narrowed it down to the Samsung UN39FH5000 and the LG 39LN5300. To make an extremely long story short, I have a grudge against Samsung because I've been burned so many times in the past (google "Samsung panel lottery"). It was hard for me to consider the Sammy, but I think it was the next best option to this LG (even though the Sammy was four bills and the LG was just over three).I had the TV shipped to my home so I could evaluate it prior to setting it up for her. Set up was easy and straight forward.Read more ›



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