Summary: First off I used to be a big LG fan. Read this carefully the one star two star comments are real. I remember when I bought this tv a year ago I glanced at them but figured the positive reviews out weighed the negative ones. A year after buying this tv and the screen blacks out on and off.
Summary: About a year and a half old, and therefore out of warranty, with a dark streak up the middle of the screen.Before that i would have given 4 or 5 stars. Just cant believe the lack of quality in electronics these days, its so hit or miss.
Summary: I bought the LG 55LA6900 to replace a 2 year old Panasonic ST30 - 46 inch plasma that had an unfortunate accident while moving some furniture. And I just want to start by saying the picture quality on that plasma blew this TV out of the water, completely.
Summary: I helped my parents buy this TV for them. I personally have a (then pretty new) Samsung 8000-series plamsa (top of the line in 2013) and while this TV doesn't beat the quality of that TV, it comes close after calibrating the picture.
Close, but maybe they'll get the bugs out next year.....
A. Greiner, Amazon
24 July 2014
Summary: I have purchased LG for my two previous flatscreens and have been highly satisfied with the brand. This time, however, I believe that LG has over-hyped themselves. The specs for this model are fairly respectable for a mid level LED-LCD television with 3D capabilities, the model just doesn't quite...
Summary: This TV is awesome. Everyone compliments the frame-less look. Frame is literally 1mm thick. The picture goes almost all the way to the edge, so the TV looks a bit smaller than it actually is. Built in WiFi, so no dongle or adapters are required.
Summary: It looks very high end and the quality of the HD images is so good they look real. It has a higher refresh rate (240 HZ), double the standard which makes a huge difference when watching HD movies.
Great TV, but the software blows flaming monkey chunks.
K. Cousins, Amazon
9 April 2014
Summary: We really like this TV - great picture, reasonable sound quality, etc. the one thing that makes me want to tear it from the wall and throw it on the street below is the software. It seems every time the software updates, it blows out the passwords to our subscription services. Netflix, Hulu, et al.