Great TV overall with not so great online functions
27 August 2012
Summary: The TV has a great picture quality. The passive 3D is reasonably good. It looks great with videogames. The native internet features are very slow and get stuck every now and then. However, there have been constant updates for the product and the online experience has been improving gradually.
Summary: I bought this TV a couple of months ago and I'm happy with my choice. The picture quality is great. 2D pictures are very clear and crisp and 3D is like popping out of the screen. This is the model from last year so if you are thinking about buying one, you should hurry up. The only thing I don't like about it is it doesn't have built-in wifi so I hook up LAN cable when I use Smart TV features.
Summary: Feature packed product! Excellent except for a few drawbacks I now mention. CONS: First 21st century product that could not get WPA2 accepted (or once one-button networking was set up, did not retain settings after being turned off then on). Browser cannot update Flash. Automatic clock setup does not appear to work (unknown if it uses network or radio frequency), must manually be set. One USB port used for Wi-Fi dongle.
Summary: What does Infinia even mean? But know what? I don't care as the picture quality is breathtaking, the passive 3D glasses are comfortable to leave on for the duration of a movie. Passive 3D is the way to go, no headaches, no low batteries and you can get kid sized glasses and 3D clip-on lens for prescription glasses.
Summary: An older model but when it comes to picture quality it's just the same as current models. It's not as slim as 2012 tvs and it doesn't have a very thin bezel but I like its matte screen. I find glossy screen a bit distracting. I like the user interface because of its simplicity. I don't use 3d often but I'm impressed.
Summary: I purchased Model 55LW6500 nearly one year ago. I spent several weeks researching various TVs. I was pretty sure of one thing, I didn't want to deal with "Active Shutter" Glasses. Then I had to ask, "Is Passive just as Good?" I can't imagine that anything can look better then what I am watching on my LG 55LW6500. I am not going to go into a lot of detail here, but I will say this... After nearly one year I have found Nothing to Complain About.
Summary: The design is not as beautiful as the newer models but I like its matte screen. Surprisingly, at its price, picture quality is as good as the more expensive tvs like Sony and Samsung. I used it for watching 3d movies a couple of times and I was satisfied with it. It feels the same like when I'm watching in the cinema. I didn't have any issues using it for internet.
Summary: I wanted to have a smart 3d tv but I don't have enough money so I decided to get an older model. I'm pretty happy that even if it's not from this year's model it has the features that I'm looking for. It has a passive 3d which means I don't have to strain my eyes because of flickering. Glasses are cheap. I carelessly broke 2 of it and got it replaced for a little over 20 bucks.
Summary: Fantastic TV! We couldn't be happier with how well this TV works. The colors and the details are amazing! The Passive 3D works great also. So far we have watched Hugo and Avatar in 3D. Both showed terrific 3D effects with the glasses provided (4 pairs), and with the 2 pairs of Avatar 3D glasses that we have from the movie theater. The "2D to 3D" ability is nice also however don't expect to see the same dynamic 3D effects as with a movie made for 3D.