Summary: Orginally manufactured From the Fall of 2009 to the Spring of 2010. Was to be sold at a Suggested List Price of $6000. Fall Versions appeared to have been a better Product than the later Spring Versions. (DSE Complaints) Difficulties at that time, of selling an LG Product in that Price Range.
Pros: Blacks Are Black! Matte Screen. Improves with age! 3360 LEDS for Fully Backlit!
Cons: Off Angle Blooming, Service Menu White Balances no where near Spec, THX possibly has AutoColour.
Summary: I don't have much to write about this TV, but I will say LG did a great job. If you know how to read and write and as well follow instruction you have nothing to worry about. This TV has a very funny setting.
Summary: We bought this TV in December and from the moment we turned it on I was wowed by the quality of the picture, especially those in HD. The audio is another matter. It sounded very tinny when we first turned it on so I adjusted the audio which did little to nothing.
Pros: Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, picture
Summary: Perfect TV for my house. I wanted to place a new TV on a certain wall in my house but in doing that it would cause me to have some seriously long HDMI cables! It’s hard to explain here why but I began by checking prices for 30ft plus long cables and found the term wireless HD TV on a website.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings
Summary: Perfect TV for my house. I wanted to place a new TV on a certain wall in my house but in doing that it would cause me to have some seriously long HDMI cables! It's hard to explain here why but I began by checking prices for 30ft plus long cables and found the term wireless HD TV on a website.
Summary: The 55LHX is, overall, an excellent HDTV for those looking for Real Blacks and Outstanding Colour. It has a Matte Screen Finish, Wireless(*) and is just the Best of the Best! (*) - the downer is the Wireless Media Box - so unless you want to go Wireless, plan on Not using it.
Summary: Overall Rating 5 out of 5 "Have gone through about 10 TVs since 2006. Samsungs, Sharpes, Sonys and even other LGs. Always finding something either lacking or a problem that got to be annoying enough for me to start looking for another set.
Summary: Have purchased Sharpes. Sonys, Samsungs, and yes, even LGs, and was left wanting! Hearing that the Matte Screen TVs were becoming History, quickly purchased one of the few remaining 55LHXs: sight unseen! Just went by specs. Right out of the Box - My Ulimate TV was finally found!
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, blacks are black!!
Summary: We carefully and thoroughly researched all sets available. We even made a special trip to the mainland to preview them. Without question, the 55LHX has the brightest colors and blackest black of any LED set. My wife and I conducted side-by-side comparisons and consistently selected the LG.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, light weight and easy to install