LG 37CS560 Review
The LG 37CS560 is one of the only 37” LCD TVs left on the market. This size has all but disappeared. The feature set is solid with 1080p resolution. The backlighting is traditional CCFL fluorescent so this keeps the cost in check. LG has been making very nice LCD fluorescent TVs for the past few years. I have one myself and it’s performed well.
Side angle, off center viewing contrast is somewhat compromised but better than most. LG’s color is both saturated and realistic, while image edges are not as clean as some TVs. I tend to keep the Sharpness control (image edge enhancement control) down though to prevent unwanted jaggies around the edges of images. Even though the panel is 60Hz refresh rate, the Triple XD processing engine does a very nice job of preventing fast motion blur. Price is very reasonable around $450.
- 2 HDMI Inputs
- 1 USB input
- 35.9″ x 22.5″ x 3.1″ without stand
Full HD 1080p
Menu system easy to understand and use
Color rendition is very nice
Some glare off the matte LCD screen from in-room light
Image edges somewhat blurred – not crisp
|Steve Holdgren is an engineer by trade and has worked for some of the largest energy related engineering firms in the world with his latest stint in Switzerland. He holds a degree is mechanical engineering… See more about Steve|