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LG Electronics 47GA6400 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Google TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses

LG Electronics 47GA6400 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Google TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses

  • The intuitive user interface with the power of Google TV lets you seamlessly search the web with Google Chrome and apps through Google Play to find the entertainment you want.
  • LG’s Cinema 3D technology uses lightweight, battery free glasses to deliver an immersive 3D experience for movies, TV shows and gaming, all with amazing picture quality.
  • TruMotion 120Hz technology lets you see sports, video games and high-speed action with virtually no motion blur. Now your TV can keep up with your fast- moving entertainment.


LG’s GA6400 TV lets you enjoy LG’s intuitive user interface with the power of Google. Now you can seamlessly search for content on your TV using Google Chrome and download apps through Google Play with the easy to use LG Magic Remote QWERTY. This TV also boast LED for amazing picture quality and TruMotion 120Hz for smooth and clear images in even the fast action movies or sports*.

GA6400 Google/3D LED TV LED 1080p 120Hz Google 3D HDTV
LG Google TV

Talk about the best of both worlds. Imagine the power of Google and the boundless content of the Internet with one of LG’s most innovative TVs. With the simple to use Remote Control you can wave, click, scroll, and type on a QWERTY keyboard to get to what you need faster. Quickly find what’s on with thumbnail previews of every show being aired by your cable provider and see all available on-demand content, TV shows, movies or sports on one device. Plus, organizing your most-used Android apps, getting to your favorite content and surfing the web has never been easier with the intuitive home dashboard. Want to really impress your friends? Just speak your favorite web site into the remote and there it is*.



Imagine a remote control, a mouse and a keyboard all rolled into one. That’s a fast-track preview of LG’s impressive Magic Remote QWERTY. Simple gesture control takes your on-screen cursor from the newest movie releases to every friend on Facebook. With a full built-in keyboard, you’ve got all you need to share the excitement. You can even use Voice Search commands. Finding content couldn’t be simpler.


Want to find out which 3D movies are on this week? Who’s cooking up Tandoori chicken? What’s your friends’ status on Facebook? The perfect weekend getaway? Couldn’t be simpler thanks to LG’s easy-to-navigate and customizable Home Dashboard. And only LG integrates a convenient Launcher Bar on the bottom of the Dashboard screen, making it easier than ever to connect with your favorite movies, TV shows, social sites and apps.



The newest version of Google TV brings the exciting addition of speech commands, and only LG Google TV has it. Simply by speaking into your Magic Remote QWERTY–which contains its own microphone–you can now watch TV shows and movies, open applications, find YouTube videos, visit websites and much more. Searches are quick and incredibly smart, distinguishing between actors, genres, titles, TV channels, apps, etc., so you’re just a few spoken words away from exactly what you want.




Seatbelts please, because Google Chrome is one blazing-quick browser. Search, email, shop, read the news, watch online videos and run complex web applications faster than ever. And since LG Google TV is Flash-compatible, you’ve got the full sweep of web access without limitations. This includes the most popular video and web games utilizing Flash, along with social networks and rich Internet applications



Want 3D like you get in the movie theater? Lightweight glasses, cool 3D effects and a great picture? LG’s Cinema 3D TV can bring all this right into your home. Enjoy easy to use & share 3D glasses, outstanding picture quality and amazing 3D effects – that’s what you get with an LG Cinema 3D experience. Disclaimer: For a small percentage of the population, the viewing of stereoscopic 3D video technology may cause discomfort such as headaches, dizziness or nausea. If you experience any symptoms, discontinue using the 3D functionality and contact your health care provider.


With LG Cinema 3D glasses it’s easier than ever to share immersive 3D images. Battery-free, flicker-free, low cost glasses, just like the ones you get at the movies, allow users to outfit family and friends for an affordable price. 4 sets of glasses included.


Gamers can enjoy two-player gaming on one TV without a split screen. Now two players can compete against one another independently and catch the action on a full screen!

*Requires special glasses sold separately.


Don’t worry about lack of 3D content! LG’s 2D to 3D conversion automatically convert shows and movies into 3D.



Google TV PrimeTime Quick Guide makes it easy to browse live and on-demand TV shows, movies, web video and even DVR content, if compatible with your setup. Peruse offerings from Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO, YouTube and other sources in the convenient overlay, which allows you to search while still watching your current program. Then filter the results by time, price and video quality. And when you rate a show or movie, Google TV PrimeTime Quick Guide can begin making personalized recommendations for your future entertainment.


Look forward to smoother navigation through playlists and videos with the latest YouTube app for LG Google TV. A terrific new feature called PrimeTime Quick Guide lets you browse YouTube channels by categories such as news, comedy, celebrities and gossip, gaming and much more.


With a touch of a button share the YouTube video you are watching on your portable Android™ device to your LG TV. No need to boot up YouTube on the TV.


Kids have candy stores. You’ve got Google Play, the ultimate online emporium for the latest must-have apps, games, movies…and an ever-evolving world of entertainment and information. Discover, buy and share from one convenient location.


LG Google TV’s L9 Dual Processor delivers the speed you need to do more than you ever imagined. Tap the unbeatable search power of the Google Chrome web browser, post your vacation video on YouTube, plan your sports lineup for the whole season. And wait ’til you experience the fun of watching your favorite shows as you social network at the same time. Multi-tasking to the max has never been so rewarding.


LG’s Cinema Screen features an elegant, groundbreaking design that looks beautiful, on or off with its ultra narrow bezel. See it for yourself!


LG’s LED technology delivers amazing brightness, clarity and color detail.


TruMotion 120Hz technology lets you see sports, video games and high-speed action with virtually no motion blur. Now your TV can keep up with your fast- moving entertainment.


Tap your NFC enabled device to the NFC tag to create an instant connection to your TV. Now you can share video, photos and music from compatible devices direct to your TV. NFC is an easy way for you or your guests to share content to the big screen*.


Access an ever-expanding world of 3D entertainment. With 3D World, you can quickly and easily find 3D movies, documentaries, sporting events, music videos and more – all in stunning 3D for everyone to enjoy together**.


Don’t just watch 3D, hear it in 3D. This TV is equipped with 3D Sound Zooming to provide a greater level of sound immersion.


Customize your 3D entertainment with 3D Depth Control. With this feature, you have the ability to adjust the 3D effect on your TV to suit your personal taste.


Connect your compatible mobile device to your TV through an MHL cable to see your content on your LG Smart TV. And with your compatible mobile phone, you can use the intuitive Magic Remote to control the content on the big screen. With MHL, you can quickly show content from your phone to the TV without accessing a network.


This stunning picture is the reason you wanted HDTV in the first place. With almost double the pixel resolution, Full HD 1080p gives it superior picture quality over standard HDTV. You’ll see details and colors like never before.


Whether it is music, movies, sports or games, Smart Sound Mode automatically adjusts the audio so that you get the full effect of that dramatic moment in a movie or hear the ref’s call in your favorite game.


Earning the ENERGY STAR means a product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. For TVs, it means they save energy both in standby and active (when they’re on) modes. ENERGY STAR qualified TVs use about 30% less energy than standard units.


Get easy self-calibration with on-screen reference points for key picture quality elements such as black level, color, tint, sharpness and backlight levels. Take the guesswork out of picture adjustments with this simple-to-use feature. It’s not actually magic, but it will sure seem that way.


With our Smart Energy Saving Features, you can conserve money and energy.

*Disclaimer: Internet connections & certain subscriptions required and sold separately. Content and services vary by product and are subject to change without notice.

**Disclaimer: Viewing 3D video content may cause discomfort visit for details. Internet subscription required and sold separately

LN4500 LN530B LN5300 LN5400 LN5700 LN6150 LA6200 GA6400 LA6900 LA7400 GA7900 LA8600 LM9600
Screen Size Class 22″, 24″, 26″, 29″ 32″ 32″, 42″ 42″, 47″, 50″, 55″, 60″ 32″, 39″, 42″, 47″, 50″, 55″ 60″ “42″, 47″, 50″, 55″, 60″ “42″, 47″, 50″, 55″, 60″ 47″ 50″ 55″ 47″ 55″ 60″ 47″ 55″ 55″ 60″ 84″
Resolution HD 720p
(22″ :1080P)
HD 720p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p Full HD 1080p UHD (4K)
LED Backlighting Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Direct LED Edge LED Edge LED+ Edge LED+
(60″ Direct LED w/ Dimming)
Edge LED+ Edge LED+ Edge LED+
Refresh Rate 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 120Hz 120Hz (27, 32″, 39″: 60Hz) 120Hz 120Hz 120Hz 120Hz 240Hz 240Hz 240Hz 240Hz
Cinema Screen Design                
LG Cinema 3D (passive 3D)            
Dual Play            
LG Smart TV        
Google TV              
Built-In Camera                      

Wi-Fi® Built-In

Dual Core Processor        
Magic Remote w/Voice         Sold Seperately Sold Seperately Sold Seperately QWERTY
DLNA Certified/WiDi        
Smart Share via MHL
Smart Share via NFC                
HDMI Inputs 1 (Rear) 2 (1 Rear, 1 Side) 2 (1 Rear, 1 Side) 2 (1 Rear, 1 Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 4 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 4 (Side) 4 (Side) 4 (Side)
USB Inputs 1 (Side) 1 (Side) 1 (Side) 1 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side) 3 (Side)

List Price: $ 1,299.99

Price: $ 1,299.99

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2 Responses to “LG Electronics 47GA6400 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Google TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses”

  • Gaz Rendar:
    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sooooo close…., May 28, 2013
    Gaz Rendar (Chicago, IL USA) –

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    The LG 42GA6400 is a mixture of solid performance and underdeveloped promise. At the time of this review (May 2013), the 42GA6400 is a 4-star television. I put that disclaimer up front because I firmly believe that some thoughtful software fixes could definitely bump this TV up to 5-stars.

    I’ll start with the physical specifications of the television first. Assembly of the stand is pretty typical for LCD sets, and I had no problem attaching the 8 screws required to get the TV in an upright position by myself. I would have preferred a base with a standard X pattern, but the two “arms coming out to hug you” stand is stable enough and doesn’t take up a huge footprint. It’s somewhat of a bummer, but the stand lacks a tilt/rotation capability. There are 4 HDMI inputs on the side of the TV, a headphone output, an optical out, USB inputs, and some 1/8″ jacks that allow you to plug in composite and component in cables via the supplied adapters. There is an additional 1/8″ jack for the IR blaster adapter (also supplied–it’s a Y-adapter with two IR blasters connected to the same jack). There is also a coax cable input for direct standard cable signal or an over-the-air antenna. The 3-prong, grounded power cord is attached to the opposite side of the TV from the inputs. Unfortunately, I feel like the power cord could be a good 1-2 feet longer. The frame is about an inch in each direction around the screen, and is made of a pretty slick, metallic-looking gray plastic.

    The 42 inch panel on this TV holds up well against similar $750-900 competition (obviously scale up the cost on 47-55 inch models). It’s a full 1080p LED backlit screen. There is no microdimming from the LEDs, and as a result the best black it can produce is a dark, dark gray. I didn’t have any issues with lighting bleed around the bezel or at the edge of the screen. Still, the black levels and contrast are consistent with panels in this price range. You’ll have to drop another couple hundred to get better contrast. I do find the color reproduction to be very good compared to similarly priced sets. Reds and greens have an appropriate amount of saturation, but due to the limited dynamic contrast the overall picture just lacks a little bit of vibrancy. I watched NBA and NHL playoffs on the set, and I was pleasantly surprised with the ability of the 120Hz refresh to keep up with most of the action. Hockey still had some noticeable digital motion blur, but by no means was it bad. Overall, the screen slightly exceeded my expectations for this price range.

    I don’t watch much 3D because content is limited and there are rarely any live sporting events that transmit a 3D signal. This LG comes with 4 pairs of passive 3D glasses (similar to the glasses you get in a movie theatre). Since my 3D options are somewhat limited, I fired up Green Lantern in 3D (yes, I know the movie is awful) and put on the glasses. Wow. For a TV the 3D effect was solid and I never experienced any cross-signal. The 3D viewing angle isn’t that wide, but you can maintain a quality depth effect if you’re sitting 30-45 degrees away from straight-on. Again, I was surprised that I wound up preferring this passive 3D effect over my active-shutter 3D glasses I use with my Samsung ES7500. It’s also nice that you don’t have to worry about putting batteries in the glasses as well.

    If you’re reading this review the reason you’re considering this TV is because it’s a Google TV. Well, really, the GoogleTV software goes hand-in-hand with this iteration of the LG magic remote. LG made an incredible remote for this TV, however, they also annoyed me to no end by not going the extra mile and including a couple simple, intuitive features. First, the good…the keyboard works great and is so much better than trying to type out search phrases in a SmartTV with a D-pad. The pointer works very well. It’s basically a poor-man’s version of a Wiimote. Some of the features, like holding down the gesture button and air-drawing semi-circles to zoom in can be next to useless, but for the majority of the GoogleTV interface this remote is a wonderful match. Unfortunately, the remote has problems whenever I try to use my Comcast DVR. There are times when I want to use my DVR’s channel guide (see below) and unfortunately, this remote does NOT have page up and page down buttons. This problem could be alleviated if LG can fix the firmware and allow a single click of the scroll wheel down to send a “page down” signal to the DVR through the IR blaster. The other issue is that, amazingly, there is no STOP button. There is a separate play and a separate pause button, but no stop. Why not make one button PLAY/PAUSE and the other button STOP? When I’m watching DVR video I need the stop button to get me out of the program I’m watching and give me the option to delete it. Instead, all I can do is…

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  • P. Ostrowski:
    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV gets better with GOOGLE TV, April 3, 2013
    P. Ostrowski (brighton, ma United States) –

    This review is from: LG Electronics 47GA6400 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Google TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    Picked up this TV last week, and really starting to love it. Takes a bit to get used to the google TV, lots of options, but its pretty impressive. I like the remote, When you’re working with apps has a wii like function to move the cursor around the screen by moving the remote(you can also use directional buttons) has a good keyboard on back. Loving the PIP feature where I can be in a google TV app but still watch TV. I “cut” the cord (well have basic cable now) and Google chrome (web browser) works great and I can watch allot of videos (including flash based) like HGTV (wife) and the Daily show. Also have amazon prime, so I can stream allot of shows for free (has netflix too, but no Hulu on any google tv)
    Comes with 2 IR blasters to control your cable box (if you have one, has built in OTA tuner) and AV equipment. I have a Tivo for DVR (Google TV right now has no DVR abilities but can control DVR’s with IR blaster) and the TV controls it pretty good (see below)
    Added an external 200gb HD to the USB port on the TV. Can store apps and media files on it (had to format it Fat32, use FAT32-Format windows application). Most apps can also access my NAS to play media.

    Apps from google play store:
    Vimu player, plays every file I throw at it.
    Mizuu a media center like app that will look @ all your files and download info about the movie/shows, along screen art and put it in a very eye pleasing way.

    Mitty, just check it out..crazy….

    The onlive app (lets you stream & play computer games from their servers to the TV) is not working right now. Onlive tech support said they are working on it but no ETA.
    Also had an issue with my Tivo premiere not getting the right channel codes from google TV for OTA channels (IR blaster sends whole numbers instead of 2.1, 2.2, 4.2 etc.), but now I have basic cable so that isn’t a problem any more

    TV picture itself is great, like most TV’s today. With OTA the quality is amazing, but cable still looks great too. The are a ton of options to fool with the picture that I have yet to tackle except for true motion which I turned off (Like every TV that has this, makes any show look like a soap opera)

    So far this TV is doing exactly what I wanted to it do, allow me to cut most of my cable bill (just internet and basic cable now)saving me allot of $$ and my wife approves, and can use it without much fuss

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