As a LG 42LF65 owner, i have some notice on this test. First thing first: i'm a hungarian, living in Hungary, and my 42LF65 are bought in a hungarian (what a suprise
) Auchan hipermarket. I notice some different thing of the TV you test, and the TV wich stand in my living room. Firstly, my TV wont have PCMCIA socket, and the TV back frame material and finishing seems different. I dont know what is the difference between the two TV inside.
Some note whats my experience, and some comment on the test:
-The colors are seems to be very natural, not overcolored, not undercolored, simply seems OK.
-Very good viewing angle.
-Not too good blacks, but
not that bad actually. Okay, it's quite far from a Samsung M86/M87, tough...
-I experience no visible clouding or blacklight bleeding.
-I found no dead pixels.
-I wont hear any background noise.
-Very good connectivity, i use my TV primarly as a monitor, with a 10m DVI-HDMI cable, in 1920x1080 pixel, 1:1 pixel mapping, surfing on net, playing games and watching videos (DVD's, HD videos) without any problem.
-I only can try the 1080p/24fps with PC, playing 24fps test videos, and found no juddering. Sorrowly i cannot try with PS3 or Blu-ray player yet.
-I cannot try the DVB, so no experience on EPG blurring.
-Yes, the blacklight level cannot be change.
-Perhaps i miss it, but the test wont mention: the new LG TV's wont support any picture in/and picture modes. Not even the plain PiP.
I have some picture, but they quality are... almost unwatchable.
You found them here: http://web.interware.hu/cifu/LF65/