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This 55" LED TV features lifelike 3D images in stunning high-definition for a theater-like experience at home. LG Smart TV allows you to browse the Internet and wireless compatibility makes connecting components simple. To help build your complete 3D home theater system, 4 pairs of battery-free Cinema 3D glasses are included. Additional 3D glasses designed for this TV are available for purchase. You'll also need a 3D Blu-ray player and high-speed HDMI cable; and we recommend an A/V receiver that is compatible with 3D products. Smart TV Get a world of instant entertainment on this smart TV. Connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music and access a wide variety of other content on your HDTV. Learn more about smart products. CinemaNow Netflix Facebook
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how do the 3D glasses work without battery?

I wonder if the glasses are the same as the ones used in movie theater (Polarization 3D) or something else (say, Anaglyphic 3D). Which 3D mode does the TV support, Polarization, Anaglyphic or Alternate-frame sequencing? If alternate-frame sequencing, how do the glasses work without battery?
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You are correct in that the glasses are the same ones used in the movie theater. Most LG TVs other than the plasma sets use Polarization to produce two pictures at the same time, one for the left eye and one for the right eye. The best part about passive polarization 3D is no heavy glasses that need batteries!
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The glasses are essentially just like the ones you would find in the movie theaters.
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Qs on Power / Analog Format NTSC, PAL, SECAM this LG model support

I have determined to buy LG - 55" Class / 1080p / 120Hz / 3D LED-LCD HDTV
Model: 55LW5600 .

A ] I am keen to ship to India this model where 240V is the power . If I buys this model support this power voltage ?
B] In India Analog Format being supported is PAL ? Does this model support this format?

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To ensure full compatibility, it may be best to purchase a TV locally in India. http://www.lg.com/in/index.jsp
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Can we get local channels through an antenna on our new LG55LW5600?

Our new LG55LW5600 should arrive in the next 10 days. Is there a direct "port" for our antenna cable to the TV or does it have to go through a blue-ray player or some other device? We have wireless phone and internet (but not cable TV) and Netflix so I'm sure we are set for that, it's the local TV programming we're interested in. We'd like to wait awhile before buying a blue-ray player and surround sound, etc.
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You should be able to connect your antenna directly to the TV through the RF In input.
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Do you have a L G tv model un55d6420 in stock and if so can it be shipped to johnsoncity tennessee 37604

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