LG 55LH90 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED Backlit LCD HDTV, Glossy Black/Infused Blue

  • LED Technology uses a full array of LED backlights which control the level of brightness for amazing clarity and color detail
  • 240Hz TruMotion Technology virtually eliminates motion blur for fast motion clarity
  • Intelligent Sensor automatically optimizes the picture to the lighting conditions of the room for an enjoyable viewing experience
  • Full HD 1080p resolution fro enhanced picture quality
  • Mega contrast ratio of 2 million to 1 provides sharper image quality
Product Description
55″ LED LCD HDTV, 1920 x 1080 Resolution, 240 Hz, 2,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio, ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM – 1 Tuner, SRS TruSurround XT, 4 HDMI input… More >>

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5 Responses to “LG 55LH90 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED Backlit LCD HDTV, Glossy Black/Infused Blue”

  1. First of all you can get the tv at best buy during sales for 2199 and then get them to match a coupon for sears for 10% off.

    Secondly, there are no voice issues if you use the right kind of hdmi cable…get the brand new updated version and you won’t have

    any problems. Third, do yourself a favor and buy the new ps3 to play your movies on..even if you don’t need a game system.

    It has wireless networking, it’s down to 299 and it will display all your photos and music on your tv, it’s like having a 120

    gig hard drive hooked up to your tv with blueray capability. I have been looking for a year for the right tv and i knew this

    was it. The picture is fully backlit, instead of edgelit like the Samsung, that makes a big difference in the details. The

    other thing is that the picture is absolutely stunning. The LED technology will save you money over plasmas and last longer…

    approximately 7-15 years longer. It doesn’t run as hot as plasmas, the electricity cost you a lot less, there’s no fear of burn in,

    the picture is unbelievable and there’s several places to use it as a computer monitor. Pertaining to other people’s comments

    about the power light, it actually blends into the background when you’re watching tv or a movie, it’s not bothersome at all, but

    in the case that it does bother you really bad, hey, just get a sharpie, lol. Some of you reading this are wondering what tv to

    buy. If you do your research, consumer reports, cnet and all those, they will tell you this is one of the best in the 55″ category.

    The contrast ratio is 2,000,000 to 1, the automotion ms response time is 4 or less because of the 240 hz, not as fast as a plasma but how many people were complaining when there lcd’s were just 120 hz…no one was. Anyway, good luck with your decision but at the end

    of the day if you buy this tv, you’ll be happy.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I bought this TV from our local BestBuy. I had been looking at the Samsung edge-lit LED/LCD line. The LG TV rep happened to be at the Fort Worth store, and he was really helpful. I’ve had the TV now for three four days, and I couldn’t be happier.

    The TV is used in a well-lit living area, making the matte screen useful. I have looked at a LOT of TVs, and if you’re worried about the matte screen diminishing picture quality, don’t be. It kills reflections very effectively. The picture is gorgeous, regardless of source (LG BD390 Blu-ray player and a Dish Network 722 receiver in my case). Beautiful color, black blacks. Try the THX picture mode – it looks VERY realistic. My mom had a Panasonic plasma TV, and this is a better picture.

    Worth buying just for the futuristic standby/on power light; can be disabled if you’re not as fond of it as I am.

    The sound/lip synch issue with HDMI feeds has gotten a lot of attention. Using the TV audio, I had an initial problem with the Dish receiver till I tweaked the receiver’s settings. Same with BD390 player. Now all is well with either HDMI TV audio or external audio. I do think HD audio, especially with HDMI feeds, are problematic sometimes (too often). I understand that a solution is coming in the form of some sort of forced sync between HDMI audio and video in the HDMI standard. Hope so. With external audio, an audio delay box might be useful.

    I am sitting here watching the Dish HD NBC Today show feed. It’s stunning. I am a biologist, and I recently watched the Blu-ray version of Planet Earth. It nearly brought me to tears, it was so gorgeous.

    Buy and enjoy!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. WynHun says:

    Picture is excellent (5 stars). I have a bright room with lots of sunshine. So I needed a LCD/LED TV with matted screen. This one worked for me perfectly – except for audio (0 star):

    I use Time Warner Digital Cable box to get HiDef Channels. When I connect it using HDMI 1.3b cable, the audio LAGs the video by about 1/2 second. This is not the normal HDMI “Lip Synch” issue where audio comes before video. My lip synch problem on this TV has audio coming after video. If I use component connections instead of HDMI, then no audio problem at all.

    I tested the same Time Warner Cable TV box with the same HDMI cable on a Sony Bravia XBR LCD TV and there was no audio synch problem.

    I have contacted LG for problem resolution. Will wait to see how good their customer support is.

    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. I purchased this TV the day after Christmas from an on-line retailer. NOT AMAZON! Google “55LH90″ and you will find MUCH better prices than any here at Amazon.

    I absolutely love this TV, although I think Samsung’s UNB558500 is a slightly better TV in the long run (the Samsung suffers from very noticeable “spotlighting” in the corners when the scene on screen is dark).

    I chose the LH90 for the higher percentage of positive expert and user reviews and for the price. I got this TV delivered, brand-new in the box for $2000.00 (tax-free and shipping free). So a “no-brainer” for the final choice in TVs.

    I have read both here and other review sites about the “lip-synch issue” – I have not seen this with my unit. I have an TiVo HD connected directly to the TV via a 1.3b HDMI connection and experience NO “lip synch” issues what so ever. I also have a older Series 2 dual tuner TiVo connected to my home theater amp via component cables, which is then “upconverted” to 1080p and connected to the TV via 1.3b HDMI cable; no lip sych issues this way either.

    I would venture to say that LG solved this problem through it’s production cycle.

    One thing I did not consider when I bought an LED HDTV (any LED tv has the following issue) is how black and white movies and TV shows look. Regardless if the movie/show is SD or HD, they have this eerie “too real” look to them. Think of what some of the old 50s and 60s black and white TV shows looked like when they were live – that is what they will look like on this TV. I watch alot of old B&W movies on Turner Classic Movies (both the SD and HD channels) and they look great but “too real” – just like live TV shows used to look. B&W movies were intentionally filmed with varying shades of blacks, grays and grainy whites (especially film noir ones) to give them contrast and depth and to illicit a certain mood. Watching them in LED HD really changes the look. It is taking me some time to adjust to this look. I previously watched these same movies on a 5 year old top-of-the-line JVC dlp HDTV and the movies looked sharper, like they were re-mastered, but not like they look in LED HD. Just something for you to consider.

    Other than that, any video I am watching is astounding. As I write this review, I have a SD DVD of “March of the Penguins” playing on my blu-ray player (an LG BD390) and it is breath-taking!

    For those tech-centric owners of this TV, there is a “hidden” (or “secret”) menu available on this TV. It will give you access to a number of options (audio, video etc) not available on the normal, limited menu. This menu is used by retailers when the TV is in “demo mode” to make the TV look as best as possible in thier stores; it is also used by technicians during service calls, screen calibration etc. Access of and use of this menu/options DOES NOT VOID your warranty. Google it for the steps to access the menu, well worth your time. I was able to get a mch better calibrated picture using this menu than the regular menu.

    If you are considering buying this TV, do so. Worth every penny you spend; unless you are paying more than about $2700, if you are paying more, then buy the Samsung UNB558500 – a slightly better TV, but beware of the “spotlighting”
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. This TV is Beautiful. It has deep colors and superior picture. The only drawback is the standby power indicator can be quite bright. But the movies shown on this TV from my Blu-ray are just phenomenal! The 240Hz make the picture sharp during fast motion. The blacks are deep and true, not grey. Why it’s not included in a certain retailers ‘Magnolia’ section is beyond belief. Bottom line is this TV is georgeous!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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