Summary: The 2D and 3D experience with this tv is amazing, great picture in both formats. The passive glasses are a big step up from the "active" (expensive) glasses. One app that I wish the tv had was hulu, or a silmilar app. Overall a great tv
Summary: We absolutely love out new LG 55" 3D LED TV. We paid full price for it but it was well worth it. We got the LG surround sound with it and a 3D Blu-Ray player. We love the way it takes 2D programs and can convert them into 3D. I like this feature best for watching hockey games in HD.
Pros: Performance, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality, 2d to 3d
Summary: Have owned this TV since May 10th and the Picture is fantastic. Looked at some other 3-D TV's but they required "active" glasses. The LG doesn't and the 3-D effect is as good or better. Find it a little clumsy to access the features but not a real problem.
Summary: This is my third 3DTV, The first was a Vizio 42", the second was a Mitsubishi WD-65738 (Also Awesome!) and now this one. We like the the fact that we don't have to worry about kids breaking $150 glasses. People say that the passive 3D is not as good as the active sets.
Summary: I have had this TV for about 2 weeks now and continue to be impressed. I first got a glimpse of the TV and its technology at the LG demonstration at BracketTown in Houston during the Final Four, and I was hooked. The LG rep also gave us about 10 extra pairs of glasses while there!
Summary: I bought this for a basement theater after significant research and side-by-side evaluation in stores. I recently bought a 47" 240HZ LG TV for my living room and am very happy with the quality of the image, lack of a glare from my windows (which is a huge negative with the highly reflective Samsung...
Summary: I was choosing bet. this lg lw5600 and samsung d8000 and came to choose lg. I went to my nearby store and cafully watched thses tvs for 20 minutes each. samsung has detail and sharp but that doesnt mean lg is not. I think samsung has done exceptional job on this regard this year.