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.
UPDATE - ISSUES FIXED: Consider the 47" model instead
Amazon Customer, Amazon
11 July 2011
Summary: NOTE: See UPDATE below. We've edited this review because all the initial concerns we had about this TV have been addressed and corrected with a few simple steps. So, feel free to skip down to the bottom to see what we did to make this TV look AMAZING!
Summary: There are two things that I had to decide on when making my decision to purchase. First was LED vs DLP vs Plasma, and the second was whether or not to go 3D. i opted for the LED TVs because it will be hooked up to a FiOS box, a PS3 (for bluray), and probably a computer.
Summary: Unlike almost everybody else, this is our first HD TV. We vacillated between wanting this technology and thinking it's rather silly because we don't watch that much TV nor do we view many DVD's.
Summary: So I've owned this set for two whole days now and I can say WOW, I have 3D in my living room! I plan on writing a more detailed review as I do more with the TV, but for now: First up the 3D It's awesome! Just like in the movies. It leaps out at you.
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.