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LG SL90 Series LCD TVs Washington DC

To an ensure a prettier picture when you're actually watching it, LG has implemented a number of performance enhancements, including a special film lamination surface and -- the thing that really caught my attention -- an advanced Picture Wizard that doesn't quite quite compare with a full blown ISF calibration, but nonetheless blows the standard picture controls on most TVs out of the water.

Best Buy
(703) 414-7090
1201 S HAYES ST
Arlington, VA
 
Magnolia Home Theater
(202) 895-1580
4500 WISCONSIN AVE NW
Washington, DC
 
Global Entertainment, Inc.
(202) 364-8303
4435 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite LL8
Washington, DC
 
Myer-Emco
(703) 379-8800
3511 Carlin Springs Rd.
Baileys Crossroads, VA
 
Electronic Center
(301) 434-8444
7959 New Hampshire Avenue
Hyattsville, MD
 
Myer-Emco
(703) 528-9600
2800 Clarendon Blvd, Suite R-600
Arlington, VA
 
Magnolia Home Theater
(703) 519-0940
3401 JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY
Alexandria, VA
 
Belmont TV
(703) 671-8500
4723 King Street
Arlington, TX
 
Magnolia Home Theater
(703) 671-0184
5799 LEESBURG PIKE
Falls Church, VA
 
Washington Electronics
(703) 534-0000
2932 Patrick Henry Drive
Falls Church, VA
 

LG SL90 Series LCD TVs

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September 9, 2009 By Dennis Burger

It gets harder and harder every year to sit through new flat panel TV announcements. Ooo, this one's flatter. Ahh, that one's sleeker. Ohh, you could cut a tin can with the other one, but you wouldn't want to.

LG's unveiling of their new SL90 was actually worth staying awake for, though. Yeah, they're sleeker. Unlike most LCD TVs, the LCD panel itself isn't recessed within a frame; instead, SL90s sport a sharp looking single-layer design with a very narrow bezel, which not only improves the viewin experience, it also makes for a slicker looking set, even with the power off.

Let's face it, though: how many of us really sit around and look at our TVs when they're not on? To an ensure a prettier picture when you're actually watching it, LG has implemented a number of performance enhancements, including a special film lamination surface and -- the thing that really caught my attention -- an advanced Picture Wizard that doesn't quite quite compare with a full blown ISF calibration, but nonetheless blows the standard picture controls on most TVs out of the water.

The SL90 series will be available later this Fall in 47- and 42-inch models, for $2,599 and $2,099, respectively.

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