LG 42LN5300 Deal:

LG 42" 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV (42LN5300)

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LG 42" 1080p 60Hz  LED HDTV (42LN5300)
$299.00
(was $549.00)
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It received 4.3/5 stars based on 615 customer reviews on Amazon and here's an in-depth review from DigitalTrends.

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STUNNING PICTURE QUALITY
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 the pixel resolution of standard HD so you see detail like never before.•LED Backlighting
•Full HD 1080p Resolution
•ENERGY STAR® Qualified
•Picture Wizard II•Resolution: 1920x1080
•Refresh Rate: 60Hz
•Inputs◦2x HDMI
◦1x Component
◦1x Composite
◦1x USB 

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I'm getting in store pick up only.

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jorma1 said:   I'm getting in store pick up only.
  It changed to store pick up only.

I mod alerted them to change best deal listing.

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Newegg has it for $319.99 with Free Shipping. For me, the higher price is still cheaper than the Fry's price because now there's no tax, and free shipping.

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I'm not a big fan of hunting Fry's deals down in store if they are not in ad because they have only one or two left SOMEWHERE and it's an open box...

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May be resolved now, but I remember that this model had tons of issues with turning itself off and power dying.

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I just got one from Adorama with frys price match. The date of manufacturer is May 2014. It also a MVA panel versus IPS (note the MVA better for HDTV. The contrast ratio is 3 times higher with MVA panels per the official panel bulletin. The IPS is better for gaming and color and lag...but since I am a plasma man...have to go with contrast first.

The sound is not that good...but it does have digital light output (toslink) so any cheap system will do good.

For mounting, use M6 screw 12 metrix...at Lowes its in the specialty bin as a black hex cap head.

There is motion issues with this set when compared to my plasma...but the set is super light at 30 pounds.

Advantages is that its not a smart or fancy tv..but has a very good picture. I have not seen any flashlight effects or blooming issues

for the price..better than getting a chinghong or dingdong..or even emerson or worst yet..visio.MVA is a VA panel  VA panel monitors tends to have better contrast ratios than IPS panel monitors. A high quality VA panel can have a static contrast ratio (more important than dynamic contrast ratio) of about 5000:1. But those are expensive high-end monitors. VA panels can typically do about 3000:1 whereas IPS panels can do 1000:1. The static contrast allows for better differentiation between color tones and reduces the chances of "black crush" where color tones that are very, very close to each other simply gets displayed as a single color tone, rather than 3 or 4 or how many actual color tones that are supposed to be displayed.

There's a lot of pros and con for VA and IPS monitors. The above example is a pro for VA and a con for IPS. But there are a lot of other factors. VA panels are more prone to gamma shifts while IPS panels are more prone to have white glow when they are viewed off angle. Both of which distorts colors, but in different ways.

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