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!!!
Buying a lemon from Warehouse Central, an unreliable company
Donald V. Hankinson, Amazon
24 April 2011
Summary: I bought an LG 32LE5400 32-Inch LED LCD TV from Warehouse Central and let me warn all consumers who are looking to buy a TV, or anything else from this company, they sold me a TV that was defective from the start. I was not infomred that it was used and only discovered that when I checked the invoice after I was having problems and noticed that the "Condition" was described by the seller as "Used - Mint". Mint?
Summary: This TV will handle many, many codecs and if you do not have to have the DLNA server transcode or remux (for instance change from a .WTV file to a .TS file without actually changing the A/V codec) then it cannot play anything. LG's DLNA implementation does not follow specifications and it ignores any stream capabilities sent from the server. I had a rather technical conversation with LG this morning and they are fully aware of this.
logic board malfunction after only 500 hours of use
10 March 2011
Summary: TV was great... for about 3 months. then the logic board crapped out. Now I have to unplug it every time I want to switch inputs and watching HD .mkv files is impossible since it starts changing channels and inputs by itself. So basically I have a really sweet HD LED tv that can only display non HD content without wigging out.. best part, I'm not in the US so not warranty coverage. model discontinued so I think that answers any questions you should have..
Summary: LG 32LE5400 32-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED LCD VA Panel HDTV, Black I ordered a brand new, in the box LG TV from Electronic Stuff. I received a used unit, not in the box, lacking the remote, warranty card and owner's manual. When I complained, ES offered me a refund of $300 which I rejected. I spoke with Amazon today (2/27/11) and learned ES was a recent addition. I have not yet received either a refund nor a new TV. Beware of ES.
Summary: We bought this TV so we could ditch our cable and watch TV shows via web streaming (using it as a monitor). The 120 Hz was a big selling feature due to our intent. As the other reviewer Matt described, the 120 Hz doesn't seem to apply to the PC input. I forced myself to watch one episode of Survivor via streaming and it was horrible. Almost all images of cast members were blurry. Frequently, changes in scenes were accompanied by boxy graphics.
Summary: Updated on 2012 Aug 26th for LG 32LE5400 32-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED LCD HDTV. I am updating my review because the TV died, which lasted only two years. Bought it from Amazon on July 2010. After one year, a vertical line appeared in the middle of the screen, one side is darker than the other side, not good but can still watch the TV. Now when I turn on the power, the LG logo shows up and the screen went black within a second.