Summary: The picture on this set is very good after adjusting some settings. The sound is also very good compared to most other flat panel TV's. The 2 things that disappointed me were the fact that it won't play any video source files and the only audio output it has is an optical audio out.
Summary: Honestly, I love this TV. I had a 42 inch plasma before, and wanted another because of the awkward viewing area and the way our room is set up. I did give the TV - 1 star though for a reason. Fed Ex. Honestly, if I had to do it all over again, I wouldn't order online.
Summary: This television has an absolutely beautiful picture. All the HD levels look incredible. It reflects light sources in a room which can be a little annoying but rarely a problem in my living room. The remote is not very responsive but it could be the batteries I have been putting in it.
Summary: The first thing you'll probably notice about this TV is the price. At the time of this review, Amazon is selling it for $649.00 with free shipping. This is very competitively priced for a 50-inch, 1080p television, especially from a major brand like LG.
Summary: This is my first plasma TV and so far I am satisfied. Prior to this LG the only other flat screen TV's that I have had are LCD's by Sharp, Panasonic, and Samsung. To start off the review I will focus a little on the delivery by Amazon. The TV was delivered by Ceva and they did a good job.
Summary: I first turned this TV on 6 months ago. It arrived as scheduled and sustained no damage. There were no hassles in getting it going. I was skeptical at start because I normally lean towards Samsung. I replaced a 720p Plasma so this is definitely an improvement. I would recommend this TV.
Summary: I am extremely happy with this TV. The picture is very sharp and it's great for both watching movies or playing games. The only real downside to it so that the sound can be a little quite at times and the picture can be a little too dark.
Summary: This is a good tv for the price. I got it on Amazon Prime for $550. I hesitate to give it five stars because I just like lcd tvs better. I also have a Sony BRAVIA KDL-55EX501, and a Samsung LN40C630K, both lcd tvs, and I like them better.
Summary: I wanted a 50" plasma with a great picture, and zero smart features, no 3d, didn't really care about inputs. It was destined for my bedroom where it's sole input sources would be a cable box, and an AppleTV (which has all the "smart" features I need).