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LG Electronics 55LB6300 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV

The LB6300 begins with exceptionally clear Full HD 1080p resolution and crisp, bright LED backlighting, then adds LG”s acclaimed Smart TV features. Enjoy easy access to a world of premium entertainment, with the convenience of built-in Wi-Fi and the exclusive LG Magic Remote.

LG Electronics 55LB6300 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV

FEATURED LG Electronics 55LB6300 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV

  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); Motion Clarity Index: 600 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Direct LED)
  • Smart Functionality: Yes – WebOS, Includes Magic Remote
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 48.9” x 28.6″ x 2.2”, TV with stand: 48.9” x 30.5” x 8.8”
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI 1.4, 4 USB 2.0, 1 RF, 1 Component, 1 Composite, 1 Digital Audio Out (optical), 1 PC Audio, 1 LAN, 1 Headphone
  • Accessories Included: Magic Remote


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  1. The-Echo says:
    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A quality TV, April 23, 2014

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    UPDATE: 5/2/14 : LG APP STORE has launched on this television, bringing free apps such as Pandora, Crackle, Dailymotion, Picasa, there are more but a simple search should show what is available, just trying to give a brief update. Also, the price has decreased on this television set. In addition to the TV software update, there was also an update to the magic remote. The LG TV is still a growing ecosystem. It also appears to allow you to purchase movies/tv episodes through Vudu. Will try to give a better write up when I have more time to experiment with the new menu.

    Ordered the LG 47LB6300 after my Samsung UN46C6300 went bad, and I will try to use this as my basis for comparison.

    First off, the item came well packaged, and I paid a bit extra for a Saturday delivery via the Prime membership. It was worth it and came on time.

    The 47LB6300 shipping weight (33.8lbs) was much lighter than the shipping weight of my old Samsung LED Tv (55lbs) and the delivery man had no problem carrying it up the front steps to my front door. He even helped me get into my front door. The non shipping weight of the LG TV is 28.4 LBS and I believe that includes the stand as well. Where as my Samsung was around 44. The reason I bring this up is because the TV was very easy for me to remove from the box from myself, but if you have help all the better, especially when it comes to putting on the stands.

    The LG stands are very elegant and simplistic they only require two screws per stand leg and they are a but curvy. They hold up the TV very well and it is sturdy as well. I did order a wall mount but will not be doing that for a while due to a surgery and not being able to lift things.But when it comes time to wall mount it, I see no problems in being able to do it because the TV is so light and thin, and I should have help to mount it anyway making the process even easier after all the drilling and mounting of the bracket. I used the LG bracket finder on their website to find a compatible mount and settled for a Sanus bracket (Sanus VMT5B1 40-50 Inches Premium Series Tilt Wall Mount for Flat-Panel TV (Black).

    When you first turn on the TV it will take you straight into the Setup process. They use childish penguin animations to aid etc so it should be fun for kids to watch and it gives you a sense of the colors and HD qualities of the TV. I liked it, it was cool. You also have to use the included magic remote that came with the TV to do the setup. I believe there is an option of plugging the coaxial cable for your cable directly into the TV to use the LG Live TV feature, but I do not use this because I prefer to use my cable box hooked up through my Xbox one. So I can’t speak about that feature.

    This is my first personal smart TV but I have used others and I will say this LG has the best UI by far from the ones I have used; being Samsung and Sony. And the Magic Remote makes it easy to navigate through the options.

    Since I keep on mentioning the Magic Remote. It is basically like a Wii controller. It uses a motion sensor so you’re able to click and point on things on the television to select apps / options. Or you can use the arrows / wheel if you prefer. It does have a bit of a learning curve but it’s definitely not difficult, just different.

    The apps on the TV are Netflix, Hulu, Amazon etc the basic streaming services. To my knowledge writing this review on 4/23/14 the LG APP store is not up and running on this television yet.

    Another reason I bought this TV is that both my mother and I have LG G2 smart phones. The App for this TV that can be found on the Google play store is still in “BETA” so there are still some issues with it and it is not ready by any means. They expect to release that functionality sometimes in the second half of 2014. I hope when it is done that it will make the TV easier to use via my phone. I should also say my Xbox One recognizes the LG TV and when I use the voice commands to turn on the system or turn the system off, it will also turn both the tv / cable box off and on.

    Anyways back to the Apps. You will need to set up WiFi and the TV has a built in WiFi and that should be a quick and easy thing to set up. I have all the individual apps ready to be used on their on should I one day disconnect my Xbox that my family / friends can use those functions. The apps work great, I have had no issues with slow playback when using the TV apps to stream video content.

    Okay, the picture quality. It is much better than my old Samsung. The LG is ready out of the box and I have found no need to tune the picture quality in mostly dimly lit room, or with sunlight when I have it in my room. The IPS panel really puts out vibrant and bright colors and offers…

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  2. Camera Noobie..... says:
    19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Smart TV done right, April 12, 2014
    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: LG Electronics 55LB6300 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV (Electronics)
    WebOS on the LG TV’s is front and center, and not an afterthought. This is currently the best implementation of “Smart TV” technology. WebOS is quick and responsive. As of the writing of this review (4/12/14), the LG Store (app store) is not yet launched. So the only apps you have access to (installed by default) are: Neflix, Hulu Plus, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Skype, and a Web Browser. The web browser is ok, but not great. I have an Amazon account, and I can say that the experience is great with the amazon app. I am presuming Netflix works well too. In the amazon app, when you exit and return, it puts you right back into where you left off, nice feature.
    The picture, sound and typical TV elements are great so I won’t review those – needless to say I am very happy with the Audio/Video quality.
    The TV was easy to mount on the wall using CheetahMount (another great product).
    In regards to the remote control, this model using a “Magic Remote” which is sort of the shape of a Nintendo Wii Nunchuck (without the cable). It has no keypad on it, but an assortment of buttons and a clickwheel. The pointer on screen is easy to move and not overly sensitive. I will say, the remote is a bit difficult to get used to at first, but as with anything it gets easier, and it is easier after 1 day of use. I can’t imagine someone not familiar with it, picking it up for he first time and using it correctly (like a babysitter or guest at your house). Intuitive – the remote is not. If it was intuitive, anyone (non tech or related) could pick it up and use it proficiently with a small learning curve. I will say though that it is ‘innovative’ though. The lack of the keypad though, makes it more difficult to use. It does work nicely with my DirectTV Genie system (again, takes a bit to get used too.) I still keep my DirectTV remote around, because most of the time the TV is just set to the DirectTV input, and it is easier for the rest of the family to just change the channels/DVR with the standard DirectTV remote.
    Other notes: The free 1 year of Netflix when you buy the TV is not instant; you have to fill out an online form and wait for a response from LG and/or Netflix with the code, and they say it can take up to 3 weeks. That time frame is ridiculous, that could have been automated so you get instant access. Lastly, I ordered this though Amazon Prime, and it was delivered by Pilot courier. They were very fast and efficient, they unpacked it, tested the TV (plugged in that’s all), and then offered to take the packaging boxes with them.
    I can’t give it 5 stars. If the Magic Remote was completly intuituve, they would have gotten 5 stars. If I could give 4 1/2 I would have.
    I’m looking forward to seeing what other apps are released (facebook, pandora, etc).


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  3. Larry Austin says:
    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just about perfect for me!, April 21, 2014
    Larry Austin (Chesterfield, VA) –

    The picture quality is really excellent. The IPS panel makes for great off center viewing. Color and picture definition are great and black levels are decent.

    Harmony recently added the 42LB6300 to their device database. It means I can control basic functions like on/off and input selection using my Harmony remote. So far I have to use the Magic Remote for the Smart TV functions, which is something I can live with. I use an Apple TV and the apps on the TV were a secondary concern to me.

    After reading some other comments, most surprising to me was the response to my NetFlix offer redemption. I got my activation code within 24 hours, applied it to my existing NetFlix account and got a $95.88 credit. It seems like LG had a problem with this initially but may have gotten it resolved.


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