Summary: Bought this TV April of 2013. worked fine for the first two years. I now have NO picture. After a short search online, I am apparently not the only one with this problem. As soon as the warranty is up, good bye picture. *EDIT-June '15: Contacted LG regarding problem.
Summary: I bought this tv to replace a year old Samsung "Touch of color" lcd. There is nothing wrong with the Samsung but i prefer plasma and the LG was a good price. I know that it is only 720p but i cannot tell the difference at 7feet.
Summary: No matter what I try to do beyond watching TV, it gets confusing. I can not even find the netflix app today. Some days I find it by chance, but today is not one of those. Tried menu (logical choice right) couldn't find it there. Tried inputs, not there. Tried my apps, not there.
Summary: The picture quality of this TV is very nice even the sound is quite good. I gave it a 4 star rating because the instruction manual is really poor. However I got my questions answered at LG.Com using the chat line.
Summary: This is one of the two LGs I recently bought. After my Samsung died, I wanna try another brand and I was not disappointed. The picture is so clear and yeah the tru motion can have that " soap opera effect" which was kinda weird at first but i learned to like it.
Summary: This review is for the 1st 24 hours, ill be sure to add 2 more reviews (weekly and monthly). 1st and formost i use to work in circuit city selling tvs, so i do know what im speaking about. Im not sure why they say its 720p when i get 1080i(comcast HD) and i get 1080p 60hz (ps3).
Pros: Performance, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: LG 42pm4700 can impress with its picture quality. It is mentioned that it is 720 p but its picture quality is like 1080 p. Colors are vivid and good depth in picture adjustment options. 3D is damn good for home viewing. Depth in 3D options makes it more effective than its rivals.