The LG71 series is an upgrade over the standard LG70 series by adding the wireless receiver component. The 802.11 wireless protocol allows the display portion of the TV to be placed up to 50 feet away from the receiver portion where the home theater components connect. This separation of duties gives you more flexibility in where you place your home theater components in relation to each other and the TV, and lets the TV stand on its own without any cables except for power. The core specs of the display remain the same as the LG70 series with a 1080p native resolution and 120Hz support.
- 1080p native resolution
- 120Hz mode
- 20,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
- 5 ms response time
- 500 cd/m2 brightness
- Intelligent Sensor
- Clear Voice
- Invisible speaker system
- Clear Voice Technology
- SimpleLink Connectivity
- USB 2.0 (JPEG, MP3)
- Inputs: HDMI1.3 x 4, Component x 2, Composite x 1, S-Video x 1, VGA x 1
Intelligent Sensor - this is the marketing name for the light sensor that automatically adjust the resulting picture on the television depending on the lighting conditions in the room.
USB2.0 port - connect a USB mass storage device to the television to access stored images and music. Format support is limited, so this isn't a replacement to a full digital media box or computer.
Invisible Speaker System - LG has done away with traditional speaker drivers and instead places actuators inside the bezel that surrounds the panel itself. LG claims this creates a "wall" of surround sound.
Clear Voice - the television dynamically enhances the audio frequencies used in human dialog in an attempt to make voices clearer even during scenes with loud background noise or music.
SimpleLink Connectivity - when the TV is hooked up to other LG devices through HDMI that support the same SimpleLink technology, you can control them directly from the TV itself.
1080p support - The sets support 1080p content at 60Hz/30Hz/24Hz through both HDMI and Component inputs.
The LG71 series follows this naming convention: LG xxLG71 where "xx" are replaced by the television's size.
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