LG LN5300 LED TV Review
The LG LN5300 LED TV has a picture quality similar to the LN5400. It has a good viewing angle but its blacks are not very good. It also has some slight motion blur. Its strongest point is its very low input lag.
- Very low input lag.
- Good viewing angle.
- Average motion blur.
- Poor contrast.
On a dark scene, the black color looks slightly gray but it isn't a big issue considering its low price.
The LN5300 has slightly more reflections than average.
The reflection is less of an issue on a brighter footage.
The uniformity of the screen is average.
Motion blur is sometimes visible on the LN5300, but not enough to be a deal breaker for most people. Movie watchers will like the true 24p playback.
The LN5300 has a wide viewing angle with consistent colors. The contrast drops by half at 33°.
Gamers will appreciate the low input lag on this TV.
Its blacks are more gray than the average LED.
It has a wide viewing angle.
We hit very closely our 100 cd/m2 calibration target.
There is more reflection on it than the average TV, but it is still tolerable.
At maximum intensity, its blacks are definitely on the gray side.
The contrast isn't very good.
This TV can get bright enough for everyone.
The television was provided by BestCost.ca
Compare the LG LN5300 picture quality to other TVs
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LG LN5300 compared with LN530B, LN5400, LN5700, LA6200, LA6900, LA7400, LA8600
|32"||$279.00||$275.00||out of stock|
|47"||$599.00||$729.99||$799.00||out of stock||$1399.99|
|50"||$699.00||$849.00||$979.00||out of stock|
|55"||$799.00||$1099.00||out of stock||$1299.00||$1499.99||$1899.00|
|Processor||dual core||dual core||dual core||dual core||fast dual core|
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