Summary: As much as I've enjoyed this t.v. I can't give it a high rating because it has only lasted one year and three months. The picture is going out and last night it began to smell like it was burning - so it's now unplugged and waiting to see if it can be repaired and what it might cost.
Summary: I bought this television only 5 months ago and already the dreaded vertical green line has appeared on the screen (which means a new panel). I called LG customer service, which whilst not being rude are somewhat indifferent.
T.V. Is Nice, Remote Sucks, Internet Connectivity Horrible
igd_2 "igd_2", Amazon
22 January 2013
Summary: Finally bought the bullet & purchased this t.v. based on reviews. Set is nice, thin, and light. It is dual voltage which is great. After some tinkering following Robert Kurtzer's review, the image looks great. I did leave the Real Cinema & True Motion settings off as they make me noxious.
Summary: This TV is a fantastic High Definition television, and the passive 3D technology is wonderful. Our family is also quite happy with all the available apps and features of the LG world smart tv format.
Summary: LG has the best looking TV's. I love the 2D and 3D features. It looks like I am standing right next to and walking alongside the people on TV. The magic wand remote control takes a little getting used to but it is so cool once you get the hang of it. I highly recommend this LG TV or anything LG.
Summary: The picture is great. I also have a Sharp that's a few years old and was one of the best then. This one is every bit as good. But the LG has the advantage of converting anything on the screen, from any source, to simulated 3D. It doesn't do a perfect job of simulating.