Incredible 3D picture but it is senile rather than "smart" ...
Red Dog, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: Incredible 3D picture but it is senile rather than "smart". Every time that the TV is powered off- it forgets the network; I have to rejoin the network and enter the password. To their credit, LG sent out a service person. He replaced the motherboard (I only had the TV for a few weeks). He replaced the motherboard but the problem remains. Interestingly, we also bought an LG 42" TV at the same time. It doesn't have this problem.
Summary: This TV has outstanding picture quality. The images are so life like will blow your mind. Also the performance is excelent Its fast and had no issues with Skyp, Netflix Amazon prime playing right from the TV.
Pros: Performance, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: This is my first 4K, tv, and to be totally truthful, the picture is just good, really wish I could say it is great cause when you see it in the store it's amazing. From what we've been told by our cable provider it's partly due to the broadcast signal, and that isn't going to change any time soon.(and lack of a manual..
Pros: Crutchfield is the only store to buy, anything they sell
Cons: The picture is only ok, when scenes are dark, people, figures, are very hard to see, not nearly as sharp or bright and colorful as in 4K, in the store
Summary: This TV is great for the most part, it is loaded with features and the quality is pretty good compared to most other sets. The sliding speaker is neat and is decent quality, but I would gladly pay less to get a version without it. The blacks are very black, but the full array local dimming implementation in this set is not quite as good as some older sets with it.
Summary: There is a post by a person named Quentin giving this TV one star. This person may possibly be the dumbest person alive and I would suggest Obama sign an executive order to prevent this person from being on the Internet ever again. So! Currently there is little support for 4K TVs in the United States. Fortunately, I own this TV in Japan where support exists.
Summary: I have the original Samsung first generation FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) TV and recently setup a second home and needed a new TV. It is disappointing that there are very few FALD's left on the market because of cost and casing preference by consumers who do not care as much for the picture quality. FALD's add a little thickness today (vs A LOT back in the days of Samsung 81F and SONY XBR8), but the black level afforded by it is second only to plasma and OLED.