Best 37-inch LED HDTV!

For those of you looking for the “best” 37-inch LED HDTV, probably the best 37-inch LED HDTV on the market right now is LG.

This particular LG 37-inch HDTV does full 1080P HD with contrast ratio of 3,000,000 to 1.  On the other hand, you will find that lower-end brands like Vizio has ratio of 100,000 to 1.   A big difference when you consider the clarity and vividness that comes with the LG.

Also, LG has been making TVs for as long as I know.  Perhaps not so much here in the U.S. but when I used to live in South Korea couple years back, virtually every household either had a Samsung or LG.

That’s not all though, this LG 37LE5300 model features 4 HDMI outputs and one USB port that allows you to connect any external/portable hard drive so you can view all your HD content, DivX movies, and more on your LG HDTV.

And yes, top that off with 120Hz, meaning you will be able to watch sports like NBA basketball, baseball, and football much much more clearer than other 60Hz LCD/LED HDTVs out there.

Just one more thing that’s gonna top this LG bad boy over the competition?  It’s only 1.6 inches thick, you will not find another 37-inch HDTV as slim as this LG.  I actually remember at CES 2010 when I saw this model, LG has the slimmest form factor among all HDTVs out there then.

If you are looking for the “best”, this is probably as good as it’s going to get. Of course, this is only for 37-inch models, if you want something smaller or larger, we will have to have another post on that another time.

Price: $898.60 on Amazon

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2 Responses to Best 37-inch LED HDTV!

  1. phoghat says:

    The company was originally established in 1958 as GoldStar, producing low quality radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners.[6] The LG Group was a merger of two Korean companies, Lucky and GoldStar, from which the abbreviation of LG was derived. The current “Life’s Good” slogan is a backronym. Before the corporate name change to LG, household products were sold under the brand name of Lucky, while electronic products were sold under the brand name of GoldStar (Hangul:금성). In January 2009 LG was able to buy the domain name,, placing it among the companies who own their two letter brand’s domain name.[7]

    In 1994 GoldStar gained sponsorship from The 3DO Company to make the first 3DO Interactive Multiplayer. In 1995, GoldStar was renamed LG Electronics, and acquired Zenith Electronics of the United States. LG Solar Energy is a subsidiary formed in 2007 to allow LG Chem to supply polysilicon to LG Electronics for production of solar cells. In 2008, LG took its first dive into the solar-panel manufacturing pool, as it announced a preliminary deal to form a joint venture with Conergy. Under the deal, set to be completed by year’s end, LG would acquire a 75 percent stake in Conergy’s Frankfurt solar-panel plant.[8] LG has produced camcorders called ARTCAM and DSLRs [9]

  2. max says:

    Right, my parents were one of the first GoldStar customers.

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