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# 172044 9-May-2015 19:04
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I am trying to decide between LG 55LB7500 or LG 55LM7600. I understand that 55LM7600 is an older discontinued model with older OS but is it a better TV compared to 55LB7600. 7600 seems to be almost frameless which I quite like, haven't seen the 7500 so can't really say. So, 7600 is with a friend who might give it for $900 or $1000 and 7500 is in a shop which is selling for $1399 here in NZ.
Budget is maximum $1400 and above two seem to be the only one's with these features.

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  # 1301262 9-May-2015 20:00
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I know the 55LB7500 is touted as a 200Hz panel, but I have my suspicions that it isn't...
The motion performance on MySky etc never impressed me. The WebOS interface is slooooow and hurts the day-to-day experience of watching the TV.
Look for the new LG's, with Gen.2 WebOS, that is reportedly a lot better.
If the old and new units were both new, in a box, I'd honestly buy the older model, that's how little I like WebOS Gen.1.

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