Summary: This is a nice TV and all. LG is a great brand, and the TV is pre-drilled for standard VESA 400 wall mounting (which is what we did). However, this TV ONLY HAS A 60Hz REFRESH RATE despite being advertised as a 120Hz. I discovered this only by reading the TV's "specifications" page in the manual (p.
Great clarity, sound bar required. Add $150.00 to the price.
28 February 2015
Summary: First, let me state that I received this TV a week ago so this review is based on a weeks use and after some intense labor setting it up. I will revise the review if things significantly change. Pros: The TV's clarity is amazing.
Summary: I've owned the 50" model for about three weeks and the picture is great except for one issue: dimming. A couple other reviewers have brought up this problem as well. Any game/movie/tv show looks strange when it takes place in a dark or dimly lit environment.
Summary: The picture just isn't very good. We are very disappointed. My LG has a decent picture but nothing compared to either of my next door neighbors (Visio and a Samsung). Lacking behind in clarity and sharpness.
Summary: For the money its not a bad picture but ive had a tech out to my house 3 times to fix the speakers. the Lg customer service will not help me out with the speakers. all they want to do is replace them then 3 weeks later they blow again...
Summary: I have had LG tv's before and was not happy that after only 3 weeks I had a problem with the audio --- it was making popping and cracking noises. I will say that when I called LG they got on it right away and within a week a tech came and replaced bouth speakers.
Summary: This is a great value purchase, but, as others stated, there is no such thing as "True Motion" 120HZ rate (for sports fans only, of course). No matter what the LG reps and the cardboard box state.
Summary: (revised review and rating August 4, 2013) - I bumped my rating UP one star (from 2, to 3 stars) because after 6 months, the TV is really a great value, and I've had no problems with the TV. But I'm still frustrated with the misleading "120Hz" verbiage detailed in my first review below.