Summary: Had this TV for lil over 2yrs now and had no problems ,excellent picture quality and sound which is consistent with most LG brands. I would have given it 5 stars if it was really " wifi ready " without having to buy this LG wifi adapter . Next time LG should be upfront and say that was the case .
Summary: The LG 42LE5400 42" 1080p HDTV LED LCD Television is decent in comparision to its price. The picture quality is good in HD, but cable or basic connections are just ok. The remote and features are good but my model has no audio out ports which I find odd, if you consider useing a sound system make...
Summary: After buying and returning several other brands of led TVs, this was what we went with. The picture quality is superb. The sound quality is better than most. The functionality is great. There are a couple very minor issues with internet connectivity rarely.
Summary: After using this tv for over a year, I can honestly say that I love it. The combination of great picture quality, Netcast features, and ease of use make for a fantastic experience. I connected the tv with a basic antennae for OTA signal and an ethernet cable for Netcast services.
Summary: Overall, a very fine value. Like most edge lit LED tv's, it exhibits some uneven backlighting (the corner flashlight effect). It's only noticable in the darkest of scenes though. Take some time to calibrate it & you'll hardly notice it.
Summary: The TV was very easy to set up. Laying it face down on a side by side pair of couch cushions (thus elevating it above the floor) made attaching the pedestal super easy. Lifting it onto the stand was easy too, it's a heck of a lot lighter than the behemoth tube TV it replaced.
Summary: I had quite an ordeal over the last month attempting to purchase a new HDTV. I was looking in the sub $1000 range, wanted a 40-42" LED-Lit model and did a lot of research before settling on the Samsung UN40C6300.