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LG Shipped 44 million LCD TVs in Q1 2017
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Default LG Shipped 44 million LCD TVs in Q1 2017 - 05-19-2017, 13:37 | posts: 29,503 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Geez, them numbers.*LG has shipped 44 million LCD TVs, and that was just for Q1 this year. Global LCD TV shipments reached 44.05 million units in first-quarter 2017, decreasing 31.0% sequentially and...

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Default 05-19-2017, 18:07 | posts: 53

Almost shipped one into my house until I realised it was an inferior RGBW/faux-K screen. NO THANKS LG
   
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Default 05-19-2017, 19:18 | posts: 4,320 | Location: Lebanon

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Almost shipped one into my house until I realised it was an inferior RGBW/faux-K screen. NO THANKS LG
LG make more than one TV.
   
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It says 6.4Mil, so how 44mil?
   
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It says 6.4Mil, so how 44mil?
Yeah, seems bit weird.
Also when you think about it, 44mil TVs in only Q1? JUST FROM LG?
hmmmm
   
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Default 05-21-2017, 23:29 | posts: 53

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LG make more than one TV.
Nope, the article clearly states they made a single TV in 2016.

srsly though, much of their lower range, stuff that I can afford, is actually very dubious with dodgy RGBW screens that frankly don't hold up. Samsung, Sony, et al, much better in that area.
   
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Yeah, while LG are one of the best if you're after a high end screen, it's not so simple in the lower range.

If i was after an OLED screen then i would be looking at LG, but a standard 4k set that most of the public can afford i would tend to go for Sony.
   
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Amazing considering that they make the worst LCD TV's out of any of the big names. IPS tech sucks for TV's.
   
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