Summary: When I bought this secondhand HDTV from Amazon wearhouse, I was kind of worried that maybe it will turn out to be the same bad experience like the one I went through with [...]. So I bought a guartantee from Safeguard When it arrived finally, as scheduled, I started loving this TV, good quality in terms of both picture and sound, and I start to plug in my cable, my Blue-ray disc play, my computer and my USB flash drive.
Summary: I recently made a cross country move from Ca to NY and didn't want to pack and ship my 2 Pioneer Kuros so i decided to just buy new TV when I got into town. I was about to spend another 4-6000 but after seeing this TV at a friends house I just couldn't do it anymore. I will admit there is a picture quality difference between my top of the line Pioneers and this entry level LG but for 80% of the consumers I doubt that they will notice a difference.
Summary: This has been a wonderful TV for me. The picture quality is excellent, the TV itself looks good. It connects with all of my devices easily. The only con with this TV is that images can "burn" themselves onto the screen, meaning if an image is left on the screen for an extended period of time that image will be noticeable while not being displayed. This has not been a problem with my TV but it is a constant fear of mine that this will happen with my TV.
Excellent design, good features, better-than-LCD images.
B. Mad "BCoug", Amazon
13 September 2009
Summary: I read many reviews for Plasma's and LCD's. I ended up wondering why anyone buys LCD's larger than 45" or so. I was very impressed witn the Panny's such as the S1 and G10, but this LG ahs proven to be much more than adequate and cost 3 to 4 hundred less than I could find comparable Panny. PROS: Great exterior design, best I've seen for this size plasma. Bright panel with good color, THX mode for movies, Sport setting for sports. Colors have a lot of "pop.