Summary: This TV is a few years old now. Despite that, it is still a fantastic TV for me. Given the room that it is in, there is never a bad viewing angle. Picture is always clear and bright, even for channels that have less than stellar reception. The Smart TV features are okay, just wish there was a faster processor in the TV so the apps run a little faster. Even though 3D was a selling point, I rarely use it. The times I have, the experience was just okay.
Summary: I like this TV a lot, in terms of pictures and quality. While it is nice to have Netflix and DLNA, the interface and implementation could use some work. The Dish Hopper and iPhone have nailed UI in a way that is difficult to describe but you know it when you see it. The LG interface gets the job done, but isn't nearly as intuitive.
Summary: The picture is superb. Love the wireless connection which allows me to view streamed movies, especially since the Blockbuster in my city closed. The only complaint I have is that the TV doesn't support the latest Flash for one to view videos from even the most basic sites, such as CNN.com, let alone ESPN3 games. LG can set themselves apart in the Smart TV segment by doing whatever it takes to support Flash videos.
Summary: bought the 47 for a great price. very good picture quality. very good 3d rendering. sound is ok could be better. browser is no better than my phone old flash version so useless for many websites and small memory so email is no good either. motion remote is very nice. needs a full keyboard remote. could use a better sound input like an optical in not just optical out. when I play my surround sound off my cable box my tv has a lag in video to sound.
Summary: I have had this set for two months now. Am happy with the picture, 2d or 3d. YouTube streaming is slow, but Netflix is better. The only annoying thing is that I need to type in password to connect to wifi every time I use it. My friend's set can connect automatically. Couldn't figure out why.
Summary: We've had this 47' TV for a bit more than a month now and this is what I've summized... The actual picture diagonal measurement is a bit more than 46". The video settings need to be adjusted in nearly every way to get a nice picture, but once this is done the image looks great. The "Wizard" helps greatly with this. The built-in speakers are very lacking and we're happy to be using this set with a separate audio system.
Summary: I love this tv. The best thing about it is the passive 3D system. No active shutter headaches and heavy, rechargeable glasses to deal with. If you see a 3D movie at the theater those glases (Real3D) will work with this tv. I would have given it 5 stars but the audi is lacking. It has great volume but no real depth of sound. I recommend a seperate sound bar or use your stereo system. Picture quality is good and the app, web browser work well too.
Summary: I received my Infinia 47LW6500 over a month ago now and here are my views about this product: - Conversion of 2D signal to 3D is clearly visible and an enjoyable experience. A definite step forward. - 3D experience is EXCELLENT compared to active 3D. The difference is barely noticeable in terms of quality. But entirely so in terms of heaviness of your pocket!