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LG - 55" Class (54-5/8" Diag.) - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - Smart - 3D - HDTV

LG 55LA6200 LED HDTV: Get a theater-like 3D experience on an expansive screen or enjoy 2D movies, TV shows and more in resolutions of up to 1080p. Smart TV brings streaming video from the Internet to your TV.
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Questions & Answers for LG - 55" Class (54-5/8" Diag.) - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - Smart - 3D - HDTV

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Does it have bulit-in camere for skype?

10 months ago
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This LG model doesn't come with a built-in camera. I know that LG sells a camera that snaps onto the top of the Tv for $99.
9 months ago
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burkek
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No, it does not have a built-in camera
10 months ago
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Is there a longer power cord available?

11 months ago
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DJ
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I agree the cord could be longer. I got lucky with my location of my power supply, I suggest buying a grounded extension cord to extend.
10 months ago
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While the power cord is not a standard "computer" type power cord it is a fairly common cord. You should be able to purchase a longer one at your local Best Buy or Best buy online. If they don't have it I know it can be purchased at any electronics parts store online. But "YES" there are longer power cords for it.
11 months ago
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magic remote

can i use the magic remote on the 55la6200 tv? if so..where can i purchase one? i dont see one on the best buy website
11 months ago
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mbrou812
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purchased magic remote from LG web site. It shipped same day. It is very easy to use and set up the magic remote.
11 months ago
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roddie17
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Cincinnati, OH
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im answering my own question...YES you can..its very much needed for the internet usage. but thats all i like about it. i still prefer my other remotes for normal usage. i bought mine on the lg website for 80 bucks.
11 months ago
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While I don't have or use the Magic Remote. (I use the Logitech harmony, which works perfectly) I did go to the LG website where they do talk about using the magic remote with this TV. So yes you should be able to use the Magic Remote on it.
11 months ago
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Do you have to subscribe to netflix

How to use netflix
1 year ago
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Yes you still need to subscribe to all services you want to watch.
11 months ago
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Yes, you have to subscribe to netflix. You can do it on their website. Cost like 8 or 9 bucks a month.
11 months ago
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HZ feature

What's the difference between 120 HZ and 240 HZ? How important is it if not using the internet on the television too often? What actually is HZ?
1 year, 3 months ago
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Diane
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LZ Illinois
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To the casual viewer, 120 and 240 HZ refers to the refresh rate on the television. To put it simply, it is how often the picture is refreshed on your screen. This greatly impacts the picture by streamlining movements. During any scenes of action, it is possible to lose sight of detail in a blur of motion. In some cases, this is caused by the action superseding the rate at which the picture can be refreshed. The higher the refresh rate, the less this will happen- and the more enjoyable your viewing experience.

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1 year, 2 months ago
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Shaeldar
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HZ stands for Hertz. The different amounts 120- 240 are the TV's refresh rate. With my 120hz LG I only notice the refrsh rate occasionally when watching the news. Sometimes the character marquee that scrolls text across the bottom blurs. Doesn't do it often enough to bother me, and I am particular about quality. I stream hd movies, 3D movies, play xbox360 and PS3 and I am satisifed with my LG 120hz LED 3D TV.

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