Summary: I love this TV. I especially enjoy the ability to have 3-D when I need it without having to have expensive glasses. I love to search the web with it also. The quality is very good and I am very glad I bought it.
Summary: I have gone through 3 3D TVs in the last 3 months. The first two were Samsung 55" TVs (C7000 and D7000). I had frustrating experiences with both TVs regarding the loss of synchronization between the active-shutter glasses and the TV. To bad, as they had fantastic 2D pictures. I then purchased this LG 3D TV, because the passive 3D glasses are simple, with no synchronization issues.
Summary: First off let's put aside the fact that passive 3D cuts the resolution. You will not notice it unless you're hunting for flaws. Anyone who says differently is just being a negative nancy. The 2D picture is amazingly crisp and clear. I compared this tv to Toshiba's 55 inch 3dtv which boasts 240mHz. Lg's 120mHz tv blows it away in picture quality and 3d depth. I only have two complaints: 1st, the stand is very flimsy and unstable.
Summary: I am so pleased with this purchase. I think it has great picture quality in both 2D and 3D. I never thought I would buy a 3D TV, just because of the cost for additional glasses. It is hard to imagine making an investment in a TV and then have to spend several hundred more in glasses so the whole family could in enjoy it. The technology of the LG is great and they have made it very affordable.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, fun
Summary: The LG 55LW5600 is a great TV. It's amazingly thin and light and produces a very good picture in most circumstances. 3D mode is great on movies designed for 3D. 3D mode is an okay novelty at best for all other movies and programming not designed for 3D. Passive glasses are cheap, so this TV is a great way for families to go 3D. When connected to the internet this Smart TV offers a lot of great features.
Summary: I am very pleased to recommend this unit to all who are seeking quality, value and ease of operation in a TV. Immediately upon turning on the set for the first time I was completely blown away by the clarity and depth of tone of the picture. And with some fine tuning that was easily accomplished with the user friendly controls everything viewed was as 'real life'. The sound quality is also dynamic. Have not used the 3D as of this review but will do soon.
Summary: this is my third LG tv, I just get it and i'm so happy with my purchase. The black colors are wow, the best i have ever seen. If youre looking for a 3d tv without paying huge amount of money buying those glasses, you should try LG. Their app are good as well, the color are the best in this tv. Another great feauture is how easy you can convert any 2d content into 3d, just as easy as pressing a bottom.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, youtube search, easy to convert 2d to 3d
Summary: I hope this helps someone. So, with my TV already ordered and on its way, I stumbled upon the "Audio down-converting issue". If you search through the reviews both here and elsewhere you will find many people having an issue with the surround sound signal coming from their source (STB, DVD, PS3, Etc.) being down-converted to 2 channel by the TV. Makes sense if using the TV speakers but if your like most people, you want to use your surround receiver.
Summary: Hope this helps. I ordered on amazon from PaulsTV on tuesday. no bs on friday 9am it was on in my living room. I set it up saturday morning. It looks great In 2D and with limited 3D sources I was surprised to find that it will upconvert any 2D into 3D. some not alot, adds a little dept to the images .still sweet. I also put there claims to the test.
Summary: I wasn't even in the market for a 3D TV, but when my Sony HDTV blew yet another bulb, I decided it was time for something new. Initially, I planned on getting one of the new Sharp 60" Quattron models, and headed to a nearby big box store to check out the selection. Picture quality was most important to me, where I was willing to accept a plasma if it blew me away, but I was definitely siding towards LCD or LED.