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LG 47LE8500 TV DRIVER
The LE LG 47LE8500 TV is loaded with most of the company's higher-end technologies and features--the only omissions are the Magic Wand remote and the 3D capability offered in the LX Series. Skype is also available, with the purchase of an add-on camera.
The 47LE has EnergyStar 4. Weighing in at Both the TV and the swiveling stand have a high-gloss-black finish and a clear acrylic edge that lends a bit of style without drawing too much attention to itself. LG LG 47LE8500 TV two remotes: The primary remote earns points for its backlighting and slender form. At first, I found the button layout to be somewhat cluttered; however, the more I used the remote, the more intuitive I found it to be.
Especially helpful is the Q. Menu for Quick Menuwhich pulls up a miniature onscreen dial through which you can make common adjustments, like aspect ratio, picture and sound mode, sleep timer, and USB playback. It seems this year that many manufacturers are reducing the number of component video inputs on their high-end models from two to one, but LG continues to LG 47LE8500 TV two, which is helpful for owners of legacy components. Also side-facing are the dual USB ports, which support playback of movie, photo, and music files or the addition of the optional WiFi adapter.
The back panel LG 47LE8500 TV an Ethernet port for a wired network connection, as well as a wireless control port for use with the Wireless Media Kit. For calibrators and videophiles, the 47LE offers an extensive array of picture adjustments, but this TV also has some useful setup tools for the average consumer who may not want to delve too deeply into the menu. One of the benefits of a THX-certified display is the inclusion of a preset picture mode that should offer the most accurate settings out of the box, so you can theoretically switch to said LG 47LE8500 TV and not have to worry about making any further adjustments. Unlike Panasonic, LG does not let you adjust the picture controls in the THX modes; so, if you are not satisfied with any particular aspect of the picture, you have little recourse.
Frankly, I can't imagine why you'd pay more for this TV and not use the local-dimming feature, but the choice is yours. Another option for those who don't wish to make picture adjustments on their own is LG's excellent Picture Wizard, an automatic setup tool that walks you through a basic picture calibration by showing a series of photos and letting you adjust brightness, contrast, color, tint and sharpness until they match "recommended" LG 47LE8500 TV.
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These settings are then applied to whichever inputs you choose and stored in the Expert 1 picture mode. Running through a Picture Wizard setup did not produce the exact numbers I got when using Video Essentials DVD International test patterns, but they weren't far off the mark. Some of the 47LE's more advanced picture controls include an incremental color temperature dial, dynamic contrast and color, clear white, skin color, digital and MPEG noise reduction, a three-step gamma control, and two color gamut options Standard and Wide. The Expert modes provide access to advanced options not available in the other preset modes, such as full white-balance adjustment, individual color management of all six color points, horizontal and vertical sharpness controls, LG 47LE8500 TV color gamut options EBU, SMPTE and BTan edge enhancer function and color filters to assist with setup.
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LG's TruMotion technology does not actually produce a Hz refresh rate; rather, this TV has a Hz refresh rate, with a scanning backlight LG 47LE8500 TV creates a Hz effect. The goal of LG 47LE8500 TV is twofold: Unlike some manufacturers that use separate functions to address each issue, TruMotion deals with both problems through a single menu option; however, this year's incarnation adds a new degree of flexibility to more precisely tailor the effect.
In addition to the Low and High modes we've seen in previous LG models both of which add a certain degree of motion interpolation, which creates smoother motion but changes the LG 47LE8500 TV of film sources to make them look more like videothe TruMotion menu now includes a User mode in which you can adjust the Judder and Blur functions separately. This new option allows people like me who don't like the look of motion-interpolated film to turn down the Judder control while still using the Blur function to preserve detail in faster-moving scenes. We'll discuss performance in the next section. The 47LE's audio setup menu includes five sound modes, plus bass, treble and balance controls.
You can launch LG's Web platform via a convenient button in the center of the remote. Press the remote's Widgets button to directly launch the Yahoo TV Widgets menu bar along the bottom of the screen, without interrupting playback of your primary source. Get information on LG 47LE8500 TV LG 47LE LED-LCD TV. Find pictures and technical specifications for this LG product 47LECA. Download 47LE manuals, documents, and software. View 47LE warranty information and schedule services. TV/Audio/Video; TVs; 47LE