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Published: 2010-12-06 - 13:48:29
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LED HDTV Deals: LG 55-inch 55LHX 1080p 240 Hz TV with Local Dimming, Wireless HDMI: $1699.99

By Peter Suciu

The holidays can be a trip hazard, and we're not talking about the types of trip hazards of traveling to see the family. We're talking about the lights, extension cables to the tree, ribbons and other hazards that can result in a nasty trip and fall.

LG is helping this holiday with its LG 55LHX 54.6-inch wireless LED backlit HDTV. It offers a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio in an ultra-slim design that is less an 1-inch at its thinnest point. This set uses a full array of LED backlights with local dimming technology for precise picture control, resulting in deeper blacks and richer colors. Best of all the wireless HD technology means it isn't tethered to one spot in the living room.  With an included wireless media hub, the only cord you'll need to run to this TV is a power cord.

TigerDirect is offering the LG 55-LHX for $1699.99, but to get in on this deal that lets you cut the cord you'll need to use coupon code FFE14470 at checkout.

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Watch this set anywhere in the room and you won't need a holiday miracle to get a great picture, as the LG 55LHX offers TruMotion 240Hz technology, along with an intelligent sensor and picture wizard. You can further ring in the New Year with the invisible speaker system that features Clear Voice II. To get your own near holiday miracle, just use coupon code FFE14470.

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