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.
Perfect...great price....item arrived on time and as described!
Ge;rard D Cellupica, Amazon
27 December 2012
Summary: I love this TV. It is the best purchase I have made in a long time...and I have purchased some items I really like lately. This by far is icing on the cake of my living room with comfy furniture and glowing fire.
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. Some brightly colored objects sometimes look closer than they should, but gee, it is simulating. Simulated stereo wasn't perfect either, but both sure are nice.
Summary: 11/28/12 - Just a quick update after about a month and a half of use. The TV is still doing great; I've got it wall mounted now with no issues. I think I'm going to check a speaker system since the on board sound with this TV is lacking. I noticed some distortion when bass gets high while playing Blu Ray's or regular TV programming. Speaking of Blu Ray's, they look AMAZING. The picture is perfect.
Summary: This TV is fantastic: the image quality is superb (unless you are really into details). The 2D to 3D feature works like a charm, considering some content is more adecuate for 3D than other. It comes with more than enough HDMI ports(4), USB ports, VGA, and pretty much all you might need.
Summary: This is kind of a Goldilocks and the Three Bears story... I bought the Sony KDL40-EX720 which was beautiful and crisp, but didn't maximize the space of my entertainment center. Traded it in for a Panasonic TC-L42D30, which was sub-par on color accuracy and motion, acted like a 60 Hz TV. We had a Sony 27" CRT for 16 years and it died, so the kids got the LCD Panasonic 32-incher we bought 2 years ago.
Summary: I've always liked the Sony brand, but to find outside the United States and reside in a country where exchange controls, ($ 400 per year for internet shopping) it would take three years to accumulate the amount of a TV more expensive. I recommend this LG TV for its price, and excellent image quality.