At $1,617, LG’s 37-inch 37LB1DB offers 1366 x 768 native resolution, XD Engine picture processor, 1600:1 contrast ratio, 500cd/m2 brightness, PC-input, and dual HDMI ports. Here’s the bottom line:

If it were up to us, every last TV programme broadcast would be in high definition, and every home would have a Blu-ray/HD DVD player and/or an Xbox 360. But sadly it’s not up to us, and the world’s got a long way to go yet before standard definition is a thing of the past. So while we admire the LG 37LB1DB’s ultra-affordable high definition talents (and stunning design) immensely, its troubles with standard definition currently make it impossible for us to give it an unreserved recommendation

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At $1,617, LG’s 37-inch 37LB1DB offers 1366 x 768 native resolution, XD Engine picture processor, 1600:1 contrast ratio, 500cd/m2 brightness, PC-input, and dual HDMI ports. Here’s the bottom line:

If it were up to us, every last TV programme broadcast would be in high definition, and every home would have a Blu-ray/HD DVD player and/or an Xbox 360. But sadly it’s not up to us, and the world’s got a long way to go yet before standard definition is a thing of the past. So while we admire the LG 37LB1DB’s ultra-affordable high definition talents (and stunning design) immensely, its troubles with standard definition currently make it impossible for us to give it an unreserved recommendation

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