LG LN 5100 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV

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  • 49.5" diagonal screen size
  • HDMI Inputs: 2
  • Wall mountable
  • About this item

    The LG LN 5100 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV delivers stunning picture quality. With LED backlighting, you get amazing brightness, clarity and color detail. With TruMotion 120Hz, your action movies and sports will look crystal clear with virtually no motion blur. Full HD 1080p has almost double the pixel resolution of standard HD, so you see detail like never before.
    Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the LG LN 5100 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade.

    About this item

    The LG LN 5100 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV delivers stunning picture quality. With LED backlighting, you get amazing brightness, clarity and color detail. With TruMotion 120Hz, your action movies and sports will look crystal clear with virtually no motion blur. Full HD 1080p has almost double the pixel resolution of standard HD, so you see detail like never before.
    Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the LG LN 5100 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade.


    LG LN 5100 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV:

    • 50" LED panel
      With a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution
    • The LG 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV has true 16:9 aspect ratio
      View your movies as the director intended
    • Built-in digital tuner
      Watch digital broadcasts, including HDTV programs where available
    • LG 50" 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV HDMI Inputs: 2
      Enjoy a superior HD experience with HDMI, the one cable audio/video solution
    • 49.5" screen measured diagonally from corner to corner
    • This LG 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV is wall mountable
      VESA standard 400mm x 400mm

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    Specifications

    Remote Included: Yes
    Resolution: 1080p (HDTV)
    Tv Definition: HDTV
    Tv Technology: LED
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Alkaline
    Model No.: 50LN5100
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 43.7
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 44.72 x 10.35 x 28.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551814147
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    Great TV with beautiful picture and nice sound!!!!
    11/26/2013

    Customer review by Rawdoc

    5.0 stars 11/26/2013 by Rawdoc
    by Rawdoc

    This is a great TV. It has got one of the best picture quality and good sound that is clear and loud. Audiophiles may want additional hook ups for the bass effect though ! Having gone through many reviews and looked out for HDTVs for many days I narrowed this one. Although there was no clear information or review on this particular model that made me more confused, I did spend hours on the net and finally found the specifications from LG website. This is a 2013 model though it is not mentioned in the products page as it seems this a special model for Walmart. There is no confusion regarding the specifications of this TV. This is a True motion 120hz HDTV which is actually a true 120hz screen refresh rate unlike some other manufacturer's gimmicked hz rates that say 120hz when in reality it is just 60hz. Just google out screen refresh rates and get to know about LG's terminology and the corresponding correct refresh rate. Pls check the specifications at the official LG page and search for LN5100. Scroll to downloads and you can get the specifications sheet in pdf and also the manual in pdf format. http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-50LN5100# This is really a steal for the price Walmart gives it with the additional comfort of avoiding the Black Friday frenzy. Believe me this HDTV is the best money can get you but of course it doesn't come with all the whistles and bells of a higher priced HDTV. This is not a Smart TV though you can connect your Laptop or wifi Blu ray player or other streaming devices to access the internet. The picture quality and sound as I mentioned are excellent as I mentioned earlier and it is a slim TV. Worth every penny spent and yes this is a 50 inch model ! Hope my review was useful. Happy holidays :-)

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    Rawdoc
    Reno, NV
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    NOT what is advertised
    12/6/2013

    Customer review by Onlineshopper100042

    1.0 stars 12/6/2013 by Onlineshopper100042
    by Onlineshopper100042

    This TV is a 60Hz according to LG itself. We bought it as a 120Hz refresh rate and when we got it home we realized it wasn't marked 120 anywhere on the box except the Walmart sticker itself. We thought maybe it was just not marked, but when we got out the manual the only info was for a 60Hz refresh. We called LG and their techs said that it was 60. There were two other stores marketing the same TV as 120's so I think this is at the corporate levels. If it doesn't say 120 on the box then it is a 60 Hz-the base model. The black Friday price for a 50" 1080p 60Hz was about $150 less. On a good note-I called my local Walmart where I had ordered to pick up in store, she apologized and told me to bring it back with no problems at all. Can't help but wonder how many people ended up with a lesser product than they thought they were paying for.

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    Onlineshopper100042
    Fl
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Usage:Never
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    Everything I expected and wanted. Bang for the $
    12/12/2013

    Customer review by vishalxyz

    5.0 stars 12/12/2013 by vishalxyz
    by vishalxyz

    So I recently bought a PS4 and was willing to upgrade froma 27" to 50". Picked this badboy up for 448+tax and brought it home about 10 days ago. Needless to say, the tv is great. here are the pros and cons as I see them. Pros: 1) 50" (HUMUNGUS) 2) Comfortably light, not the lightest in the market tho. 3) Has smartlink, which means when i turn on my ps4 my tv automatically detects a signal and turns on or off. 4) Has great sound for being a LED 5) easy to use, no fancy 'smart' tv features, which are also available in a 50$ dvd player. 6) 60Hz response really does not bother. I game on this and it is stunning quality. 7) GREAT PRICE ! ! ! BANG FOR A BUCK ! sub 500 and great TV. Cons: 1) Lack of smart tv features could be one, if you care about them (I dont) 2) More HDMI ports would be useful, but you can get a 5 way splitter for 10$ 3) Headphone or RCA outs would have been nice to hook up speakers. Overall score 10/10 personally. 8/10 comparatively to other competitors. Get it while you can, you wont regret it.

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    vishalxyz
    Coral Springs, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:18 - 24
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Great TV for the Price, but inputs are limited!
    12/4/2013

    Customer review by Jamal22

    4.0 stars 12/4/2013 by Jamal22
    by Jamal22

    This TV has great picture quality. I have it set up directly in front of a 4 year old Samsung LCD for the time being (testing before wall-mounting), and the LG is much clearer and brighter than the Samsung (which I loved prior to getting this tv). The connections are limited however, and I assume this is part of the cost savings. There are only 2 HDMI inputs, coax, optical, a single component video input, and a single USB and SD slot. There is no PC input and both of my older LCD TVs have 4 HDMI inputs, multiple component inputs, and multiple composite video inputs. Additionally, despite being 120 Hz, LG's TruMotion does not have the same pronounced effect that Samsung's AutoMotion or Sony's MotionFlow systems produce. I like how the picture jumps out at you on Samsung and Sony, but LGs is not really noticeable. For the price and the picture quality, this TV is fantastic and I am very happy with my purchase. However if you use your TV as the home theather hub (all connections going to the TV instead of a stereo receiver), you may want to look into one of the higher models.

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    Jamal22
    Raleigh, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    Great value
    11/30/2013

    Customer review by Th1sGuy

    5.0 stars 11/30/2013 by Th1sGuy
    by Th1sGuy

    Pros: -Under 450 bucks! (pre-Black-Friday) -Beautiful, crystal-clear picture -Easy set up -Decent sound out-of-the box (but I bought a sound bar with subwoofer for movies) Cons: -Not actually a 120 Hz refresh rate (the "120 Hz" in the product listing might refer to motion smoothing processing, but nowhere on the physical product is 120 Hz listed). That said, still a great picture. -No smart TV features whatsoever. No internet connectivity, wi-fi, etc. However: for the price, I didn't worry about this. You can buy a Blu Ray player or Roku-type device for $50-75 and get all of those "smart" features. I can't perceive any of the problems (e.g., poor or uneven black levels, ghosting, etc.) that you hear about with inexpensive LEDs. Maybe an expert would recognize problems, but I don't think an average person would. (I've watched TV news, football, cartoons, and just yesterday watched Batman DKR trying to find problems, but haven't yet.)

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    Th1sGuy
    Rochester, NY
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    by Linda 11/23/2013
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    • A. I bought this TV, hooked it up, and then put it back in the box. My 42" LG 60Hz LCD TV I bought 5 years ago looks better then this piece of garbage. This is TV does not have a 60Hz refresh rate, as stated above, if you read the manual it says it in there. Don't waste your time if you're looking to upgrade the picture picture quality of your current TV.
      by Grummis12/9/2014
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    • A. This is a 120hz True Motion HDTV. LGs True Motion screen refresh rate is equal to the actual screen refresh rates unlike other manufacturers who hype their 60hz to 120hz with their own terminologies. Check this website (http://www.rtings.com/info/what-is-the-refresh-rate) as already suggested by someone else. It gives you a clear idea of what each manufacturer calls the screen refresh rate and what exactly is the actual rate. The page 29 of the manual says 60hz because all HDTV's can take in only a 60HZ quality but later interpolate to 120hz o higher. In reality all you need is 60hz. THis 60hz is all that will be displayed in any HDTV that is in the market as far as the input display freq is considered. Pls read this nice article that says all that you need is 60hz and nothing more - http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379206,00.asp. Also as far as the specs are concerned it is given in the LG website though not mentioned in the products page. Search for LN5100 and click on it. Scroll down to downloads and you can get the specifications sheet in pdf and also the manual in pdf format. http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-50LN5100# This is a great TV with amazing picture quality and a great sound though many audiophiles would want to hook up for Bass effects. Trust me you are getting a great TV for a equally great price and its well worth every penny. I have been looking out for HDTV for the past few weeks and after so much confusion , I finally narrowed this TV. I found out the specs after a lot a research and the net doesn't carry much info on this since it is a Walmart specific model. But it is mentioned in the LG website. Enjoy ur Holidays :-)
      by Rawdoc3/27/2015
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    • A. Discard what everyone else says. Do your research, and read this article. http://www.rtings.com/info/what-is-the-refresh-rate IT explains how 60Hz vs 120Hz are nothing but a marketing gimmic. They are Un-noticable to the naked eye, unless slowed down about 32 or 64 times. and mind well it is not the only thing that makes your picture quality better. There is Response time, Refreshrate, and more importantly the FPS and frequency of your input signal itself. If you see deterioration on your tv it is mostly because of your cable's signal quality. not your 60 hz or 120 hz tv. Also. take for example your tv signal is at 60Hz. and you are playing it on a 120hz tv, it will more than likely result in dither, distortion and burning of images. because then your TV is upscaling the signal and inserting frames that didnt exist in the video signal.
      by vishalxyz11/30/2014
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    • A. I called LG they told me it is a 120Hz TV!
      by jbarr8511/27/2013
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    • A. It is only a 60HZ,contrary to what the website says that's its a120HZ.Taking mine back
      by Ashevillewilly11/24/2013
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    • A. 120Hz according to ad and LG. A call to LG confirms this, as well as an explanation on how it works internally.
      by ButterGuy11/24/2013
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    • A. This is not 120hz. I spoke to an LG representative 30 minutes ago and he told me that the one sure-fire way to tell if it is truly 120hz is if there is a TruMotion option/menu within the picture settings of the tv. Obviously this tv does not have one so I assume it is false marketing by Walmart. Bravo, walmart! I will be returning my set in within the next days because I upgraded for size, not for necessity. These types of black friday Tv's are made exclusively for walmart by LG, BUT walmart goes directly to a third party manufacturer and slaps LG's logo on the back. what this means is that at this moment LG isn't saying whether the Tv is 120hz or 60hz but thats because they legitimately DON'T know yet…Walmart has not released the technical specifications yet…once again, bravo walmart! (this can all be confirmed because I had an LG representative explain this whole process to me for roughly 15 minutes and he concluded that if all else fails, a true 120hz tv will include the trumotion menu.) Chances are if its not there, IT'S (120hz) not there.
      by An anonymous customer11/27/2013
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    • A. Description says 120Hz: LG's LN5100 delivers stunning picture quality. With LED backlighting, you get amazing brightness, clarity and color detail. With TruMotion 120Hz, your action movies and sports will look crystal clear with virtually no motion blur. Full HD 1080p has almost double the pixel resolution of standard HD, so you see detail like never before.
      by JouJou5311/27/2013
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    • A. The description on the header of the item says 120Hz. I checked out this model at the store today and never found the resolution on the box itself.
      by JouJou5311/24/2013
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    • A. This is a 60 Hz model with 120 Hz Trumotion. According to LG, "TruMotion increases the standard 60Hz refresh rate—how often the image is rendered on the TV screen—which drastically reduces blur and yields crisper details. It’s a boon to all fast-action video, but most especially sports..." After a month of research, I have found LG TV's's to have pretty good picture quality and this is an amazing deal for the price. The only red flag for me is that this model number does not appear on the LG website. The LN signifies that it is a 2013 model (LM was 2012). But that may just mean this is a Walmart exclusive. It is not out of the ordinary that certain TVs be sold in certain stores. Costco and Sams Club usually have special model numbers. The bottom line is that the only way I wouldn't consider this TV was if you were someone who buys high end TVs on a regular basis or if all you watched on it were high speed sports or video games. Otherwise, it looks like a good deal. We are considering it for our daughter's play room.
      by BJL9511/25/2013
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    by juju 11/23/2013
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    • A. This is a LED-LCD TV. Pls check the specifications in this link. Scroll to downloads and you can get the specifications sheet in pdf and also the manual in pdf format. http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-50LN5100#
      by Rawdoc12/1/2013
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    • A. It states that it is 120hz
      by KCfrom9563011/25/2013
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    • A. Not plasma it is LED
      by rfstck11/25/2013
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    • A. It's not a plasma,it's only a 60hz,not 120hz as advertised
      by Ashevillewilly12/1/2014
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    • A. No, its led with great picture quality.
      by Pdu12634411/24/2013
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    • A. This is an LED backlit TV.
      by ButterGuy12/1/2014
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    • A. This is an LED backlit LG.
      by ButterGuy11/24/2013
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    • A. Not plasma, it's LCD, it's a special for Walmart made by LG apparently.
      by Tromis08111/24/2013
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    by beanielover110 11/22/2013
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    • A. Yes it has got an amazing picture quality and a great sound quality. Pls check the specifications in this link. Scroll to downloads and you can get the specifications sheet in pdf and also the manual in pdf format. http://www.lg.com/us/support-product/lg-50LN5100#
      by Rawdoc11/26/2013
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    • A. I haven't seen this model in the store yet, but if you find a TV seller who has a LG LN5200 on display, the picture should be similar. This TV should perform similarly to any LG model that is 1080P with 60Hz. On paper, this is a string deal. Hope that helps.
      by BJL9511/24/2013
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    • A. I just got mine yesterday and the picture is good once you do some adjusting. The picture out of the box at the factory settings isn't great. Best is the Vivid picture adjustment with some minor tweaks.
      by DDLOW11/25/2013
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    • A. Ours is pretty good. But it's not a 120 Hz as listed so some things may suffer due to motion blur, keep that in mind.
      by maxandkat11/24/2013
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    • A. For a low end TV it has a great picture. I am happy with mine. But then again my last TV was a 720P 40 inch Polaroid TV. There is a program in the menu to dial in an exact picture. It is a lot like the special feature that used to come on Pixar DVDs.
      by Jaydez86011/23/2013
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    • A. Bought it last night and it think it has a very good picture. Vivid colors, good viewing ranges. Sound works pretty good. Lack of inputs and not being able to find out if it is 60 or 120 refresh rate is the only things that seem off about it. From the picture though I would guess that it is 120 mghz refresh.
      by shadyis11/23/2013
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    • A. The picture is very good. Normal, higher quality LG LED picture that any other LG set would have.
      by EzSpendor11/24/2013
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