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The IPS Panel used by LG is the reason why LG LED TVs have clearer, more consistent, and sturdy screens.
IPS offers a color impression that is most identical to that of the original image. The colors are truly closest to nature and most comfortable for the eyes.
Wide Viewing Angle
Among LCD panels, it is visibly clear that IPS shows the most consistent color and contrast from all angles. Free from color wash and contrast loss, it is the ideal panel for all purposes.
IPS is decidedly superior to the competing panels in the clarity of its pictures during fast motion display, allowing blur-free, crystal-clear pictures.
IPS panels are stable and sturdy, and resistant to damage, as opposed to weak competing panels; just try a simple knock or poke at the screens to see for yourself.
All Round Protection
LG TVs are equipped with All round protection with a Robust IPS Panel, Lightening Protection, Summer Heat Protection, Humidity Protection & Works without Stabilzer.
Robust IPS Panels (In Select models)
LG TVs come with IPS Panel that is known for its Robust and Sturdy design. These panels are more resistant to high temperature and pressure as compare to conventional VA panels.
LG TVs come equipped with 500V Cap, Fuse, Varistor, Thermistor and Isolator for protection against unexpected lightening surge.
Smart Energy Saving
The Smart Energy Saving feature helps users to be a little greener by limiting power consumption. The feature includes backlight control for adjusting brightness, a screen-off function that turns the picture off for playing audio-only, and the Standby Mode Zero function which allows the TV to effectively hibernate, using zero electricity.
Motion Clarity Index, the maximum number of response signals per second, is a comprehensive indicator of the genuine clarity of fast motion display, incorporating factors beyond mere frame rates.