Summary: I would write a review on the TV if at all possible, but mine came to me completely shattered. I had it safely packed away for when I moved to college and bought it during Black Friday because I could afford to. Well, as soon as I opened it once I moved, the screened was completely shattered. In my care, I was insanely cautious because I knew how fragile this TV would be. From the looks of the crack it looks like it has been dropped.
Summary: Purchased a 42 inch plasma TV, not this exact model but close. Purchased end of January 2014 and picture already went out. Not very happy to have a repair in just 2 months. Repair scheduled so not sure what the issue is but extrememly disappointed and not sure I would ever buy LG product again. Never had purchased a TV that needed a repair. What is the deal.....
Summary: Purchased this based on other favorable reviews here. In doing research, plasma was recommended over LED/LCD. Easy to set up and use. There is a newer model that has since come out which I have bought for a relative.
Summary: Nice tv for downstairs. Good picture. Nice delivery and setup. Would recommend for friends or family. LG interface a bit wonky, but suitable considering this isn't the newest, latest, it greatest either. Was looking for budget tv nit bells and whistles.
Summary: what a beautiful picture. i just love it. was a little worried when not only the outside box had a big hole in it but the inside box that the tv was it also had a large hole it it but it was well padded thank god. works great and has a super picture.
Summary: Great picture and OK sound. Controls are clear and easy to understand. Not a smart TV, but what do you want for $400? I've added Apple TV, which gives me all the internet I need for a total of less than $500. Main quibble is that there are only two HDMI ports, so DVD connection will have to be component. Oh, well.