The LG LB6300 LED TV has the best smart TV OS, low input lag, and a great viewing angle. Unfortunately, it has low contrast and reflects a lot of light, so its picture quality isn't up to par to TVs in its price range.
The picture quality of the LG LB6300 LED TV is inferior to other TVs in the same price range. Unless you really want WebOS or the wide viewing angle, go for another TV, like the Samsung H6350.
The LG LB6300 has a design very similar to the LB5800, except the back has the same gray finish as the borders.
You need a wide table to accommodate this TV because the stand is as wide as the TV itself.
In a dark room, the poor blacks of this TV are apparent. The contrast ratio is low so they appear gray instead. The colors are accurate, at least.
It has a noticeable dirty screen effect. When the camera is moving, you can notice the darker spots on the screen.
As expected for an IPS display, the viewing angle is great. The colors stay great even when viewed from the side.
This LG TV reflects a lot of light. You can also see a rainbow around the lamp.
It is even worse in a room with windows. The whole screen has a yellow tint. If you can't control the lighting in your room, this isn't the TV for you.
Like all IPS panels, the response time of the pixels is slower, so the blur trail is longer. However, this LG LB6300 does use its backlight effectively to reduce the perception of the blur.
To achieve an input lag of 33.9 ms, we had to set the icon of the input to PC and put the TV into game mode. The input lag varied between 20ms and 38ms. More often than not, it was in the low 30s, so we decided to take the picture at 33.9ms.
The main selling point of this LG is the smart TV interface called WebOS. It is indeed the most user friendly smart TV that we tested. Check out our full review of LG's 2014 smart TV platform.