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. My wife and I actually prefer the flicker free passive and the clarity is awesome! We got an amazing deal on this set with 8 pairs of glasses from another retailer...very happy!
Summary: So far i've had this 3DTV for almost 1 month now and I think its unbelievable I had a hard time buying a TV set over the internet so this is a first for me but I have to say that I sure am glad I got it. I first seen it on demo at best buy after seeing it being compared to all other TVs I knew this was the way to go, the 2d to 3d option is awesome, it also comes with a usb wi-fi adapter so it connects to the internet and it has lg apps and youtube netflix etc.
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! The 3D is awesome, and one doesn't have to deal with the heavy, expensive active shutter glasses.
Summary: No Flicker / Wider Viewing Angle / Brighter Picture / Cheaper Glasses / No Recharging / More Fun with more Friends Active 3D is already obsolete. If you don't believe me do a side by side comparison at your local electronic store. Yes, you do have half the resolution when viewing in 3D, but you will not be able to tell. The pixels are spilt in half from 1080 to 540, but you see both halves of a 540 image at the same time giving you that full HD illusion. It's amazing!
Summary: The passive 3-D works quite well, but you will want to be eye level with the set. (No above the fireplace mounting here) There is almost no ghosting at all, even on content which contains crosstalk on my 3-D plasma. Resolution IS reduced (I can easily tell) but it isn't that bad and as long as you sit far enough away from the set, you won't see scan lines. The 3-D from blu-ray 3D is bright and of course the polarized glasses are lightweight and easily replaceable.
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 screen) and the fact I don't see the tv struggling to give me the clear image when watching a sporting event.
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. I was mainly looking closely how the 3d performs as 2d area is already good on todays tvs. overall, lg gave more comfortable, flicker-free, bright, and best of all, natural 3d experence.