Summary: I have had this TV since June of 2012, the TV is in my granddaughter's room and it doesn't get played much, only when she's here. The TV has worked well even great but since 2015, we are not sure when it started because we do not use the Internet but once and while.
Summary: I had been wanting to upgrade our tv and this seemed to be the one that met my needs. The price was right so I got it. Very pleased with the picture quality. The 3d is awesome. As luck would have it espn dropped their 3d channel shortly after I got the set.
Summary: There are three serious flaws in what is otherwise a decent TV: 1) It has recently been revealed that LG has been using spyware installed on their smart sets to gather info from EVERY COMPUTER in the network they are connected to(see endgadet for details).
Summary: Good picture etc. Hard to set colors Do not like magic remote, hard to use But Great sound And Great picture Am on cable and is better picture than cable can send All in all happy with it Did lots of on-line research including Consumer Reports Am satisfied
Summary: Very nice TV have received many complements on the picture and overall look of TV. I am really not into the 3D so I do think it has a lot of added on things that makes it pricey but I would buy it again but should have gone with the 55in like I started to.
Summary: A friend purchased the LG 55LM8600 and recommended it to me. Based on what he told me I bought the TV. The 55LM8600 was fast to setup and I was accessing apps within minutes. I easily changed the picture default settings to adjust to the lighting in the family room.
Summary: The TV produces superb colors and the sound system is good. The only disadvantage is that the light reflections are there, but you can compromise for the 3D and the other features. Even the normal videos when converted to 3D, it was awesome.