LG 60LB5200

LG 60 1080P 120 HZ USB

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LG 60 1080P 120 HZ USB
Brand: Lg
Summary: LG 60 1080P 120 HZ USB
Category: LED-TV
Model: 60LB5200
MPN: 60LB5200
UPC: 719192595750
Description: LG 60 1080P 120 HZ USB
Series: LB5200 Series
Color: Black
Retail: $1,499.00
Color: Black
V-Chip: Yes
Sleep Timer: Yes
TV Speakers: 2
HDTV Tuner: Yes
TV Speaker Power: 10 Watts
Simulated Surround: Yes
Remote Control Type: Standard
Width: (inches)53.1
Height: (inches)32.3
Weight: (pounds)52.0
Depth: (inches)10.6
Promo Tag: Low Price Guarantee No Sales Tax Outside AZ
Link To Manufacturer Product Detail Page: http://www.lg.com/us
Shipping Weight: (pounds)65.7
Shipping Height: (pounds)34.6
Shipping Width: (inches)57.8
Shipping Depth: (inches)73.0
Shipping Type: Freight


Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Diagonal Screen Size : 60
Screen Design: Flat
Motion Technology: lg:MCI 480
Display Resolution: 1080P
TV Technology Type: LED
Screen Refresh Rage: 120Hz
Backlighting Technology: lg:LED BACKLIGHTING


Panel Warranty: 1 Year


Detachable Stand: Yes
TV Depth with Stand: 10.6
TV Depth without Stand: 2.8
TV Height with Stand: 32.3
Wall Mountable: Yes
TV Weight with Stand: 52.00
TV Height without Stand: 30.7
TV Weight without Stand: 50.7

Inputs & Outputs

RF Input: 1
USB Ports: 1
HDMI Inputs: 2
Headphone Jack: Yes
Component Input: 1
Composite Input: 1
Component Composite Input Shared : Yes
Parts Warranty: 1 Year
Labor Warranty : 1 Year


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