Pros: Nice TV, good color and good sound, easy to use, lot of shortcut on remote
Cons: Unfortunately on this model the USB key cannot read any format of videos, you can only view photo (like JPG) or listen music (like MP3) And I tried several ways to reach technical menu to upgrade the firmware...* nothing work to upgrade*
Summary: Was looking for a 2nd TV in the house and already have and LG so thought we would stick with the brand. The picture quality is excellent and the sound quality is very good. The controls are also easy to use and I am definitely pleased with this purchase and would recommend to anyone looking for an...
Summary: Only had the 32" verion for a few days and 1st impressions - like it alot. It is for the bedroom so didn't require it to be 'smart', full hd, etc, just to be able to show a good picture and can handle fast motion for sports and movies on the odd occasions.
Summary: This is the first LG television I have bought and so far I am well impressed with it. It has a nice picture. You can alter the energy used with the energy saving button - in that the picture can be altered to dim which uses less electricity, which personally I find adequate for most occasions...
Decent picture, good sound, bit of a pain to programme.
Sally "sallylalala", Amazon
12 November 2012
Summary: Really good picture and sound, easy to wall mount. In general very pleased with purchase. A bit of a pain to programme though, and it has a built in power off feature that turns the TV off every hour or so that I still haven't figured out how to switch off.
Summary: We bought this for our conservatory and it looks lovely in there. The tv is very stylish, super slim and looks well made. Good picture quality and very easy to use. For a budget LED tv i would definitely recommend it! Would look great in a bedroom or kitchen and for the price its a steal. 5 stars.
Summary: I purchased as replacement bedroom TV. My feed comes from the 9v powered RF outlet on Sky HD Box (no aerial connection). This has worked perfectly, over 10 years, on an old Toshiba and recently a Philips LCD.