Summary: This LED display has been amazing and I am proud to say I own it! The item itself is mainly developed for video display, one minor issue is the single speaker on the rear of the TV it provides limited sound. I have a surround sound system so no problem there. I am very happy with it and would buy it again if i had to do it over again!
Summary: i look a lot to find the best and cheap tv with all gadgets the lg 47lx9500 is the one stylish picture look and qualaty this is the best tv any one deserved but the price is hing in some places but if you find one open item o used buying dont think twice i love this tv is the best buy ever made
Summary: I wanted a high-def flat panel TV without giving up two key advantages of a good tube TV - picture brightness and freedom from motion blur. This set easily fills that bill as the picture with from either HD Directv or Blu-ray is outstanding. I don't care about 3D but I read that the demanding technology required for 3D sets yields superior 2D performance. That is definitely the case here as I am amazed at the picture quality.
Summary: Bought this TV in December of 2010 at Fry's as it was on sale for $1249. I jumped all over it as competition pricing from other brands was 2-3k, and online, I couldn't find this unit cheaper than $1850. Not sure why they were closing it out, but the picture is AMAZING, and the wireless functionality works great. Like all flat panel screens, the speaker volume leaves something to be desired.
Summary: I bought LG8500 at $1199 from frys. Within two week they offered LX9500 at same price. I jumped on the opportunity and upgraded. I didn't change for 3D or 480Hz. This one has better sound and built-in subwoofer. Another advanted is that it is 20lbs lighter than LE8500. I have no complaint about LE8500, that was an excellent TV, had great picture. Only problem I have seen with LX9500 is that they have supplied a rear stand cover and there is no way to install it.
Wonderful picture - is this the first 480hz LED? Internet apps
John Scott, Amazon
1 January 2011
Summary: I've only had this TV for one day but it has been marvelous so far. I wasn't really in the market for a 3D set but I bought this for the great 2D picture. I think it may be the first 480hz refresh rate set out - at least at this screen size. It is amazingly thin and compact for a 47" screen. Set up involves attaching the included table-top stand - 8 screws total. I had no problems in setting up for HDMI inputs.
Summary: The good: Picture quality is really good. Better than my 47LG50 2008 model. The bad: Tried to connect my PC via HDMI (GTX 480 mini HDMI to HDMI). PC is using Windows 7 and it won't detect HDCP. Mouse movement is delayed. Also, when connected to XBOX 360 via HDMI with Dolby Digital on, TV won't output Dolby Digital sound via Optical output. My hometheater can't detect any DD signal at all. Even my old 47LG50 can output Dolby Digital sound via Optical output for XBOX 360.