Summary: I purchased the 32' LE5400 as a Christmas present for my family 2 years ago. At the time, I was very happy with it. It was easy to setup. Picture quality was amazing. And, with an additional network card, I was able to watch Netflix from my home wireless, just using the TV. I was quite happy with it for a while. There are a few issues that you have to live with when using this TV. - LG likes to push out updates/patches.
Summary: Had this TV less than 3 years when a purple vertical line appeared across the center of the screen. My choices , live with it, abandon the TV and by a new one or pay huge repair bill. So much for LG reliability.
Summary: Its a tv. It still works. I'm not picky about the color and sound. Everything looks good and adequate. Occasionally connect pc's when i don't have a monitor. Never bought a wireless adapter. Connect ethernet or a wireless router as a bridge when i need to upgrade firmware. Have tested some apps but mostly watch youtube. Would like to try a tablet keyboard with IR blaster. Remote is comfortable, easy to use. On-screen menu is also good and easy to use.
Summary: Great TV but as I found out on the Internet it seams to have an inhearant flaw where it looses the ability to use some HDMI ports. We rarely watch cable and such so using the apps in the TV for crafting and such was just AWSOME! I mean watching Youtube on the boobtube without having to connect any wires to a TV is AWSOME! Saddly out of the 4 HDMI ports 2 have stoped working totaly. Very disappointed in the overall quality of the product.
Summary: Total POS based on the now defunct "LG NetCast" platform that they abandoned 2 yrs after it came out. No new apps ever got added. Netflix and YouTube are the only apps worth having, and that's when Netflix works which is rarely on this device. No support for it either. Don't buy this total POS!!!
Summary: The picture quality is fine. We use it for watching movies on Netflix. It is most definitely NOT plug and play. The owner's manual is NOT comprehensive. Have had to re-set the internet password several times. The owner's manual is silent on how to type in using the remote, necessitating lengthy phone calls to technical support.
Summary: I have been using this for a year now. I have it hooked up to my computer and to a dvd player. I am using the HDMI option and the resolution is remarkable. I don't have any complaints other than the sound. It seems like these types of T.V.'s are very quiet in comparison to the old style T.V.'s. I ended up buying a surround sound system and have that hooked up instead of using the sound system that comes with it. (I got tired of saying, "what did they just say.