Summary: TV features are decent, great viewing angle, but apparently LG components are cheaply made. After only 4 years, the TV now takes 15 to 30 minutes to turn on. When I contacted the company they recommended a reboot, and when that did not work and I had to contact them again, they never replied.
Started out fine but it's broken now, $1500 for 3 years????
Alejandro Moreno "AMS", Amazon
8 October 2011
Summary: We were pretty stoked on the quality of the image, watching dvds is great, and all the HD cable channels too. But a couple of months ago, when we'd turn the TV on, there would be this loud "POP!
Summary: There's a general rule about rolling the dice and taking risks when buying electronics with cheaper price tags. The LG 47LC7DF is definately no exception to that rule. I have had mine for over two years and I would have to say that the biggest disappointment has to do with the short life span of the...
Summary: A word of caution to those considering to buy this television (which I do recommend, it is a great TV at a great price), the wall mount suggested by amazon.com (Peerless ST650P Tilting Wall Mount for 32" to 50" Flat Panel Displays) IS NOT COMPATIBLE with this particular TV.
A 2-3 Year T.V. for $1500. Pass, find a different brand
D. OSHEA "VideoHobbyist", Amazon
7 July 2009
Summary: When I purchased this T.V. 2.5 years ago, it was a decent offering. 60Hz (now 120, or 240Hz is standard). Its blacks were not great, but it was a decent set for $1500. However, it just is not built to last, and this LG47LC7DF (and other LG 47 inch models) have been PLAGUED with reliability problems...
Summary: Great TV and a good seller and received my purchase as they had said but I only wish I would have waited a few days as the same seller was selling the TV for $200 less than I paid and besides I wish I would have investigated the company then I would have found out they was in my state and therefore...
Summary: Gave this TV four stars but a high four stars after only having the set for a few days. Have NOT hooked up a Bluray player and to my understanding so far, that's the only source where you will CURRENTLY realize 1080p resolution.
Summary: While 1080p for this price is a decent value, there are significant drawbacks in picture quality. The black levels are not as good as more expensive brands or plasmas, which impacts movies and cable the most.
Summary: If you are considering this TV, it means you are probably looking for the best bang for the buck. I shopped months before making my decision and, although my original choice was not available, this LG has been GREAT.
Summary: Overall, this TV is great; offering 3 HDMI ports, a RGB VHS port, 2 component video ports, etc., it's clearly not lacking. I'll only delve into what I *don't* like about this TV. 1) Aside from a component and S-VHS port on the side of the TV, everything's on the back.