Summary: I purchased the 4500 model in April 2012 after much research for the best budget HDTV (aka bang for my buck)! I have not been disappointed with my purchase. This TV seems huge to me. The screen is very large & I love the high picture quality.
Summary: Bought if for our bedroom to replace an older Sony TV. Although just 720p, plasmas color and refresh make it an ideal choice especially at around $500. As with all plasmas, reflection is an issue but as we ave north facing bedroom indirect lighting doesn't impact quality too much but could see...
Summary: I have noticed some of the aspects that shy people away from plasma such as glare and at times seeing outline of images after they have left the screen. However, picture quality is great and the hang ups with plasma would not stop me from buying again. The price cant be beat.
Summary: It's not great for sports unlike my other plasma. But it still does it's job. It can sometimes be a little pixelated (not sure if that would be the right word). If sitting at a sharp angle, the TV isn't too great. Otherwise it works well and it serves its purpose.
Summary: This is a great product for the price,quality and features. The only downside to ths particular model is the reflection that you get from the glass screen during daylight hours. I have tried to move the screen to different positions to reduce the amount of reflection on the screen but I still get...
Pros: Performance, Features/Settings, size for the price and features
Summary: The quality of this TV is great! I am a big fan of cooking shows, and when I stand next to the TV, it feels like I am in the studio or on the set of the show! It is a crystal clear picture and delivers above average entertainment!
Summary: Owning a SONY Bravia LCD and a Panasonic Viera plasma I knew I preferred the plasma and decided on this LG 50-inch for its hard to beat price. I considered it a secondary TV to my larger 1080p Panasonic so didn't mind this one's 720p resolution.