LG 47LN5400 47" 1080p LED-LCD TV - 16:9 - HDTV 1080p - 120 Hz
James P., Overstock
12 July 2015
Summary: Overstock sent me a TV, just not this one. The item description reads: 4 HDMIª/HDCP Input, three (3) USB 3.0/2.0 Input, It actually only has 1 HDMI port, 1 HDMI data port, and 1 USB 2.0/3.0 port The item description says that it utilizes 120 HZ, but it is actually a 60Hz picture.
but I've noticed no problems w/ this tv and the picture is great imo. I've had friends over who comment how ...
12 July 2015
Summary: I'm not the kind of person who catches every little detail and shadow and motion issue, but I've noticed no problems w/ this tv and the picture is great imo. I've had friends over who comment how great the picture looks as well.
Summary: Never bought an LG TV before so I wasn't sure about this one but it was the size I wanted and since i'm using it as a computer monitor/ home theater set up I didn't need to pay extra for the smart TV stuff which is becoming harder to find.
The last two TV's I bought were great visually but needed a supplemental sound bar
Dan C., Amazon
31 May 2015
Summary: The biggest surprise on this TV? The sound. The last two TV's I bought were great visually but needed a supplemental sound bar. While you won't be enjoying the booming bass of a subwoofer, for everything but big action movies the sound right out of the box on this TV is more than sufficient.
Looks good and is as described but has broken already and ...
23 May 2015
Summary: Broke in 4 months. Just would not turn on. Called lg and made an appt for repair. Took forever through their online service and had to talk to customer service. Weirdo was asking strange questions about my brother.
Summary: no brainer! Price is right!! I did a LOT of online comparisons of features, price and reviews from both consumers and professionals. Super easy out of the box! Simply attach two very easy to attach feet (if not attaching to the wall) plug it in, turn it on and take about 5 quick minutes for set up,...
Summary: I bought this back in November, but I wanted to wait a bit to see how it panned out for a few months before writing a review. First off - I'm a heavy user. It's on almost 24/7. I try to make sure it gets a chance to be off for a bit. Second - This is my first flat screen.
Summary: The TV looks sleek and stylish, low profile and not too heavy. Good picture quality, my Sony Bravia is better, but it cost a lot more! This LG is for our kids to watch their shows and play their games, since we were sick of them messing up our media room.