LG M2280D 22-Inch 1080p LED LCD Monitor

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LG M2280D 22-Inch 1080p LED LCD Monitor


  • Super LED panel provides a slim profile and delivers amazing brightness clarity
  • Multi use monitor, no external HDTV receiver box is required.
  • Full HD 1080p resolution (1920×1080) gives it superior picture quality over standard resolution
  • 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio ensure your content looks spectacular
  • Two HDMI one RGB one DVI one component and one composite input provide the connections you need
  • 5M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • Built In Surround Sound
  • Built-in Digital TV Tuner
  • Full HD 1080p
  • LED Backlighting

With a Built-in Digital Tuner and DOLBY SURROUND sound, the M80D is setup to bring your favorite movies and TV shows to life, along with online content and games from your computer. This is a monitor for someone who expects more.
KEY TECHNOLOGIES You won’t believe your eyes Tired of dark images or dull colors? LG’s LED technology provides a slim profile and delivers amazing brightness, clarity and color detail, as well as greater energy efficiency compared to conventional monitors. Full HD 1080p This stunning picture is the reason you wanted HD in the first place. With almost double the pixel resolution, Full HD 1080p gives it superior picture quality over standard resolution. You’ll see details and colors like never before. 5M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Worried about dark scenes? Our dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 delivers incredibly vibrant colors and deeper and darker blacks. Built-In Digital TV Tuner Multi use monitor, no external
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LG M2280D 22-Inch 1080p LED LCD Monitor

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  1. 8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    1080p, high end menu options, dual tuner memories, but still a TN panel, December 17, 2011
    videobruce (Buffalo NY) –

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    Goldstar (LG) lists this as a ‘monitor’, not a TV. As in computer monitor, even though it has a built in tuner. Very odd. Equally odd is they do offer a 22″ TV, but it is only 720p.

    For the price, one would hope for a IPS or PVA panel, but this still has a common (cheap) TN panel with narrow vertical viewing angles though not as bad as the viewing angles of Laptops!
    Plus or minus 10 degrees up or down and the PQ changes!

    Special note; specific high end, TV menu entries for ISF picture adjustments which is very unusual for a small screen size. This sets this model apart from just about all the other 22-26″ models.

    1. 1080p,
    2. Ability to manually add a specific channel (OTA or CATV) that was not in the original scan. This allows having a channel map of both CATV and OTA stations, all in one list,
    3. Good sensitivity and error correction for the internal tuner,
    3. Separate component & separate composite inputs (not shared like many other sets),
    4. Headphone & digital outputs, but see below,
    5. Adjustable backlight,
    6. Two HDMI (can be used with a DVI to HDMI cable for a PC input but see below),
    7. Ability to turn off the power indicator (but I didn’t find this annoying in the least),
    8. USB input for “USB Storage Devices”. This should include USB Thumb & Hard Drives & Card readers w/ USB interfaces,
    9. Extensive menu entries for USB use,
    10. Just scan (pixel to pixel mapping) for a no overscan image,
    11. Adjustable zoom; 1-16,
    12. Two user defined ISF picture settings (feature is usually only on higher end sets) including adjustable gamma, white balance & color management system,
    13. Internal test signals available and blue only setting for proper calibration,
    14. Limited Input labeling,
    15. One full year warranty for parts & labor, not just 90 days labor

    1. Separate power supply using 19 volts DC, not 12 volts (though not a brick that attaches to a wall socket),
    2. Narrow viewing angle TN panel (tolerable),
    3. Usual poor audio through the very small internal speakers, but not a deal killer (tolerable), See below. (just about all these small sets have terrible audio),
    4. Very limited tonal range for the internal bass & treble controls. Possible as little as plus or minus 3db range,
    5. Serial port. Really can’t see the need here. Wasted expense, limited benefit.
    6. When using the headphone out, audio menu items are disabled. This kind of defeats the purpose of the jack. No bass & treble adjustments,
    7. Possible color decoder alignment problem causing flesh tone problems and orange looking reds (see below)

    Clearly the huge plus with this is the dual memories for the internal tuner. I found if you first scan for CATV channels (since there are more channels available), edit out the ones you don’t watch, then switch cables and add each and every OTA (Over the Air) station you want using the physical channel number (the actual RF channel, not that fictitious former analog number most stations use now), this allows all of the previous CATV channels to remain. Of course, it’s too bad Goldstar didn’t send a few pennies more to provide dual RF inputs!

    I connected my Laptop using a VGA cable (which I rarely use) and found there was no problem getting a one to one pixel mapping using ’16×9′. It was obvious the greater 1080 resolution was a clear winner here over the limited 720 of most other sets in this size range. I then tried using a HDMI input, but I could not get a 1:1 pixel mapping and a full screen image no matter what. It was either one or the other. To my surprise, the VGA image was as good as my 24″ $600 1920×1200 PC monitor. Save the HDMI inputs for something else.

    Regarding the internal audio. I connected a pair of powered PC speakers to the headphone jack and they greatly improved the audio. You still have to turn those on and off separately, but at least you can control the level from the set. I then tried a pair of bookshelve speakers, but the internal amp couldn’t drive them properly.

    And for the video issue, I returned this for another and will report back if the problem is there. Funny, I’m not real critical with color, but this was very noticeable right from the start. I ran the ‘tint’ control to +8 (out of 20), but wound up with pink lips, but flesh colored skin. Normal setting gave me yellow/green skin tones and reddish orange stop signs. I tried ‘tweaking’ with some of the ‘advanced’ ISF adjustments, but that didn’t help either. Not sure what to make out of this as I tried the aux. inputs and they didn’t appear anywhere as bad as the internal tuner. The problem was there with the VGA input also.

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  2. 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV and Great Picture (After Changing Settings), December 7, 2011

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    The default settings for this TV sucked. They put the sharpness really high and at first at just thought that was the way the TV was. I changed the settings, lowering the sharpness mainly and then the TV looked awesome. I would definitely agree that the price was just a tad bit high but that is mainly due to the company that makes it. LG is actually very reliable for TVs.

    Overall the TV is great.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome, March 22, 2012

    This review is from: LG M2280D 22-Inch 1080p LED LCD Monitor (Personal Computers)

    I really liked it, had no problems with it. I use it as a monitor and a TV and plan on purchasing another one

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