Summary: I've had this television for about 2 weeks now and I don't really know what to think about it. The reason I purchase this instead of the regular Smart TV plus 3D was because it had a built in web browser "Google Chrome". I don't have television service, so I mainly stick with Netflix, Hulu and web streaming. During initial setup, I notice it being slow and very glichy.
Doesn't support SimpLink - Works as expected but not a great television
2 September 2013
Summary: I really want to like this TV. I'm out of my return period so I can't return it, but here's what I think about the LG 55GA6400. The picture is fine, I don't see a lot of motion blur but we do watch a lot of streaming content so it's already compressed and lower quality. When watching BluRay discs, we it looks pretty good. Sound is horrible, immediately buy a soundbar, receiver or something else...the speakers are dreadful on this thing.
Summary: The only reason I rate it 4 star is because there is no way I can rate is 4.8, and there is always a room for improvement. To me it is 4.8 out of 5. I purchased this TV after I had issue with LG LA6900, which has issue with wireless internet connection. Let me highlight the Pros and the Cons on this TV.
Summary: I recently got the 55" LG GA6400. Thanks to in store price matching at Fry's, I was able to get it for the exact same price as it is on Amazon (currently $1029). For non tech-savvy users, the biggest downside will be the sound quality. As others have mentioned this TV does not produce great sound. Most audio coming out sounds "echoey". A soundbar is definitely suggested. But let's remember, TV manufacturers are becoming obsessed with making thinner and thinner TVs.
Summary: I purchased the LG55GA6400 not from Amazon but from Sam's Club. It was thought out buy so I didn't just jump on it when I saw it (although I wanted to). Here are my quick summaries on reviewing this TV: 1) Pictures - Excellent. It is clear, bright, and colorful. At 1080p it is truly wonderful to watch movies on this TV. I thought the 120Hz was going to be an issue... but it was not (in my and my family's opinion).