This TV, more specifically called the LG Infinia 47 LX 9500 3D LED TV, just draws you to it. It’s got clean lines, a transparent glass-feel bezel, and is just 3.3 cm deep. Because of its transparent glass feel bezel, the images on this screen look like pictures without a frame. And its picture quality is so brilliant that, having tested it for three weeks, it is going to be a little difficult returning now to my regular TV.
The other problem with LCD and LED TVs was their viewing angle range. Each one of them claims a 178º viewing angle; however, with most of them the picture quality deteriorates the moment you move to either extremes of this self-claimed viewing window. The 9500 is one of the few that delivers picture quality even from the edges. Infinia 9500 also supports NetCast, with which you can browse sites like YouTube without the need of a computer. Also available is a Wi-Fi adapter in case your TV is placed where an Ethernet cable can’t reach. Like most of the TVs today, it too can read USB drives and formats such as Jpeg, Mpeg-4, and DivX.
The screen is THX certified, so that’s one more thing you can brag about. The usual HDMI and AV ports are
Now on to picking some holes. In a brightly lit room, its picture quality takes a hit. I did not like its 3D performance either. But it is not just the TV that is at fault here. 3D technology for TVs is still evolving. But if I had to spend money to buy this TV, I would go ahead and do it.