LG 32LM6200 3D LED HDTV Review$650.00
Tour & Design
In addition to the futuristic base, the LG 32LM6200 features touch-sensitive controls on a stylish plastic strip under the bezel. Speaking of the bezel, we do wish it was thinner, although the thickness of it does not detract too much from the TV's overall design.
This base isn't all looks: it is actually functional, giving the TV a 10° swivel angle. The design will divide some people, although if you wish to mount the TV to the wall, the base is a moot point.
There are touch-sensitive controls under the bezel on the LG 32LM6200 for changing the channel and volume, pressing OK, accessing the settings, switching the input, and powering the TV on/off. These look very nice, but feel weird to use. This is mostly because there is no tactile feedback when you press one of the "buttons."
The Star Trek theme continues! LG packs their motion controlled Magic Remote with many of their new Smart TVs. This remote has the looks of a phaser (the handheld type-2 phasers for you Trekkies) and handles in the same manner as Nintendo's Wii remote.
Most of the time, this remote works adequately. Some simple functions are made more complicated by motion controls, though. For example, to change the backlight (or any setting), you need to bring up the menu, point your Magic Remote at the backlight setting, and keep clicking the arrow that will increase or decrease it. The remote is sensitive, so it is easy enough to click the wrong setting.
In the Box
The LG 32LM6200 comes with a Magic Remote, a paper user manual, a Smart TV setup guide, warranty information, component adapter cables, and an astonishing six pairs of 3D glasses. Who's coming over to watch Avatar later?