LG 32LM6200 3D LED HDTV Review$650.00
The 32LM6200 had an average contrast ratio compared to similar LED TVs, although its peak white level was exceptional. It performed slightly better than its sibling, the LM6700, in this area. More on how we test contrast.
Color & Greyscale Curves
The color curves for the LG 32LM6200 were very good. The curves start off slowly, meaning that at black and dark grey input signals, the colors will show up as black. The colors transition smoothly after the slow start, although the blues peak slightly early. More on how we test color performance.
The 32LM6200's color temperature was nearly perfect. There is a dip at the end of the chart, meaning that black input signals will get warmer. More on how we test color temperature.
The greens look fine on the 32LM6200, but the reds and blues are off. The reds are slighty undersaturated while the blues are oversaturated and appear purple. More on how we test color temperature.
The picture dynamics for the 32LM6200 were very good. Black levels were still good with a predominantly white screen and white levels were not affected by a predominantly black screen. More on how we test picture dynamics.