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this is a really great television. fantastic picture quality, one of the best at the time when it was first coming out. it is full HD, brightness 30,000 : 1, and an intelligent sensor, which actually reads the light level of the area that your in, and it adjusts the settings accordingly. it has 3 HDMI slots, PC input, so you can connect all of your latest gadgets on there. i have a ps3 hooked up on mine, and i was blown away while playing gran turismo 5. it has built in freeview, which is incredibly easy to use, and the picture quality is great. thats another thing, its incredibly easy to use. just 3 button presses, and you can switch between different inputs. you can have the TV on a stand ( as shown in the picture ) or you can hang it on your wall, ( to really impress your mates! ) the sound is also impressive. it uses a technology called " invisible speakers", so the speakers are inside the tv. this gives great sound quality. so if your looking for a fantastic quality full hd tv, look no further! you will not be dissapointed with this.
Note that 5000, 5010, and 5020 are really same product (I asked LG). Looked at this with other 37 inch 1080p TVs in several shops and it always seemed at least as good as anything in its price class and indeed better than some costing rather more. The tuner side works well, our Wharfedale box (about a year old) would drop signal on the non-BBC multiplexes to the extent that on a bad day it was unwatchable, the LG doesn't lose signal at all so far. I should add we are definitely in a poor signal area, we can only get Freeview at all because we're on a hill, the transmitter is almost 50 miles away (obviously we have a serious antenna). If you're picky the picture isn't perfect but it's certainly good for a TV in this price class, the EPG is good with only one minor niggle, the controller is good and includes a quick view, and the sound is about all you could expect from a standard moderately priced TV - if you want tremendous sound especially bass you need to add a sound system and that applies to almost all TVs. We also get a really good result with a low cost DVD player, looking forward to getting an upscaling player and using one of the three HMDIs. Oh - and channel change is not always as quick as one might wish but that will generally apply if you are changing to a channel on a different multiplex. It would be awfully mean not to give this 5 stars.