Summary: I concur with the fellow who said that the trumotion is really not all that visible with this t.v. You do notice some motion smoothing with Blu-Rays but for general viewing, no. That said, the picture quality on this set is astounding. Out of the box, you will need to make some tweaks to make it the best picture to your liking and boy, are there tweaks galore! Edge enhancer, noise reduction, gamma.. you name it.
Summary: Just purchased and wall mounted the TV. Chose it over a Samsung, simply because of the price vs options. Samsung's was more expensive, and had the same specs. Setup is a breeze, and the picture is sharp. The built in speakers aren't fantastic, but I'm running it through my surround sound anyways.
Summary: Great TV for the price if you can get it onsale. If you have an xbox/ps3/smart blu ray then the "Smart" component is not important. Only 2 HDMI inputs, which is ok, 3-4 would have been better. Picture wasnt not as crisp as i would have liked but I believe that is due to my cable connection and not the TV itself. Dvds/video games look just fine. TV is 1080p 120Hz but most cable providers broadcast in 1080i 60Hz which is where some of the quality comes into play.
Pros: Easy set up, excellent price especially with 2 year financing no interest
Summary: For this BF, I was looking for a basic 50''+ TV around $500 price range( Not a big fan of Smart and 3D features). There were only lesser known brands were available in that price range, so when I saw LG TV for this price, I jumped on it right away banking on LG brand name. There were no reviews for this model. But it was a good call for me. Setting up the TV was straight forward!. It took 10-15 minutes to play with different settings to get the right picture.
Summary: We had our mind set on a Vizio TV that was on sale but they were out of them online and in the store. We saw the LG's by the front entrance and as we were discussing buying one, saw that they were going like hot cakes so we made the decision and bought one for the $499 advertized price. Set up was fairly simple once you get it out of the box. Don't try lifting the TV out of the box: the box top and sides lift off leaving the TV standing in the bottom.
Summary: I picked up this TV on Black Thanksgiving.... Not expecting them to have any left in stock as I came a couple hours after they opened, to my surprise they had a few left and I was lucky enough to get one. I was upgrading my living room tv from a 32" Samsung 720p LCD tv to this 55" LG 1080p LED tv. So this was a nice upgrade!
Pros: Great picture, Great Price, Beautiful Sleek design, Easy to set up!
Summary: Replaced my 42in Sony Bravia that I've had for 7years. Didn't have a big budget so when I saw this deal I jumped. I consider myself very technical, and I'm an avid gamer. I have to say the T.V. has performed great. YES, it's a stripped down model, and YES it has only two HDMI, BUT you have to consider the T.V. is only $500!!! You can't beat that. For 99% of you reading this, considering if you should get it, the T.V. will be fine.
Summary: Bought the tv on Black Friday for the $499 deal for my new playstation 4. For the price it wasn't a bad tv. The picture is outstanding. The sound is not so great however. But I plan on purchasing a sound bar and headphones for later use so it really won't affect me. If I had to say anything. I'd say it was a nice TV for a nice price. Definitely a new pickup for anyone with a budget.
Summary: No, it isn't a feature rich TV, but you'd be hard pressed to find a 55" for this price, especially by a known company. I don't generally buy TV's sight unseen, but I've been happy with my LG screens in the past, so I took the gamble. After maybe 30 minutes of tweaking, I had the settings dialed in to where I was happy.