Summary: I bought this when Amazon and newegg were having a price war, and got it for $650 shipped to my door. I am impressed with it at that price point, however I'd be skeptical to spend much more. The 2D-3D conversion is a cool gimmick, but seldom makes any actual conversion, instead giving photo/video a bit of depth. I'm happy this uses the same kind of glasses you'd get from the theater, and don't cost a ton to replace.
Summary: We are enjoying this tv.It's like watching a movie. I like watching NFL games on the large screen. We had only one problem with it which was resolved by there (LG)help line finished in under an hour.
Summary: Like i said in the intro, the picture is awesome....best picture on any of my sets, and that includes a 52" Bravia. The 3d is absolutely fantastic and I really like the 2d to 3d upscaling. However, I am now researching sound bars because the speakers on this set completely, totally, and unequivically SUCK CRAP. They cannot handle ANY substantial volume or any bass what so ever.
Summary: Got the package on thursday. Set up was easy and quick. Picture quality is great. 2D to 3D conversion works pretty well. The blue ray player makes a dvd movie looks almost as good as a blue ray one. However just two days later, came the first problem, there was no sound. I had to turn the tv off and back on to get the sound back. Not sure if it was an one off thing, but it was alarming enough to make me think about returning it.
Great TV - not the best for use as a computer monitor
10 December 2011
Summary: Pros: Price! Video quality - vibrant colors with dark blacks 3D at this price! (I got the 42" set on sale for $729.) Extra 3D Glasses are practically free! Nice looking set Energy efficient, cool running Cons: Less than perfect color fidelity when used as a PC monitor BluRay player is pretty basic 3D rendering method seems to cause a drop in resolution of the source media Stupid 3D health warning that shows every time the TV goes into 3D mode Requires a button press to...
WARNING - BLU-RAY PLAYER DOES NOT SUPPORT NET-APPS
Ronald Simonton, Amazon
8 December 2011
Summary: I purchased the set, bundled with the Blu-Ray player with the understanding (my fault, I guess), that the internet ready player would allow me to stream NETFLIX, for which I have a subscription. I do this on another TV, with a Samsung Blu-Ray player. I have since found out, from LG, that this particular player will not do any net-apps.
Summary: Well, the TV itself has a good image quality, its my first non CRT TV so its a good upgrade but I expected more from it. Picture quality is good, inputs and outputs are okay for me. Sound is kind of good too. My complain is about all the rest of it. The package is not so protective. The 2D-3D conversion sucks, it tries to do something but doent really work. I downloaded a 3d movie to test it. and the 3d was acceptable but you have to watch front to front to the tv.
Summary: Overall this is a great tv, very thin, great picture quality. The user interface is great too. The only issue is with the 3d, which doesnt seem to have a high depth, but you cant expect such great things at this price range I guess.
Summary: ok im just starting to use the tv but i can say that it has an excelent picture one of the i have'd seen. but i cant conect my home theather bz it does'nt have an out rca conection for audio. just the optical one. but the rest of the tv its good and for the price it's the best... however i have a question 1) how can i conect the home theather if i dont have an optical home theater just a regular one whit one white and one red cable??
Summary: This is an Excellant TV. The 3D is amazing with no flicker. I use to own a Samsung with active glasses, but the flicker gave me a headache. No headaches with this TV. I'm only giving 4 stars because of the annoying 3D warning message that comes up every time I try to watch 3D. (No way to turn off in the settings). You have to press enter on the remote to get the message to go away. All in all a great TV.