Posted Wed Aug 19, 2009 at 09:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery
The company's products were declared Best Value in HDTV and Blu-ray Player categories.
The European Imaging and Sound Association saw fit to shower LG with a handful of awards for their HDTVs and Blu-ray players. The Korea IT Times reports that in an addition to an award for greenest mobile phone, LG took home three home theater awards.
The as yet unreleased LG SL8000 took home the Best Value HDTV and has been praised for combining the best in design and technology into one device. The unique face of the LCD makes it appear to be one uninterrupted sheet of smoky glass, and according to the EISA provides “a great Full HD viewing experience at an affordable price.”
The critically lauded BD390 took home the Best Value award for the Blu-ray Player category. With built in Wi-Fi, Netflix and CinemaNow streaming, not to mention high visual quality and analog 7.1 ouputs at an affordable price, it’s no surprise.
Already a winner of a 2009 CES Innovations Award, the LG HB954PB is a fantastic looking Blu-ray home theater system which includes streaming capabilities. The EISA commented that owners of the home theater system were able to “experience Blu-ray in full High Definition and surround sound, for a high quality music and movie experience” with a “simple and easy installation” and “balanced, detailed sound.”
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