Summary: This TV has an amazing picture quality, very user friendly, my PS 3 works amazing on the TV - will recommend this TV A bit disappointed in the sound but all TV's do not have great sound - an LG soundbar will be just great, so will be investing in a LG sound bar - will work well with my LG TV
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: This TV has a great picture. Also a very good over the air tuner for local HD broadcasts. It pulled in more stations than all the other major brands tested against. Also it is passive 3D. Like the Smart Remote Feature. Plenty of hookup options VGA- HDMI etc. They are the reasons why I selected this TV.
Summary: The TV picture and sound are very good. However, the internet/browser capability was oversold. There is no option to add a keyboard and response time is very slow. I like the TV but could have saved about $250 and bought a similar model without internet capability which is useless on this TV.
Summary: First off I would like to say the picture is very good for the price. The 3d is amazing, especially with a show or movie that was made in 3d. However, I updated it and the menu started to freeze. that was just about the only problem I had with it. Other than that, it was GREAT! I actually returned it and bought a newer model!
Great TV - but for info on Netflix Streaming Issue & Documentation Quality read on...
29 January 2012
Summary: I picked this LG TV out for all the features and I watch LG TVs in hotels often so I liked the picture quality. The unit itself is great, picture quality, etc. etc. is wonderful. It has a few issues you may have to work out and the documentation (and LG website) is of little help. The manual has poor print quality so I used the CD ROM which are just PDFs of a poor quality manual. I looked for a fix as our Netflix would load but not stream.
Summary: I have several LCD TVs from Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, and a then Top of the Line Panasonic Plasma. This vast array gives me some basis for comparison for my review. Overall I am very satisfied. I decided not to go overboard with my first 3D TV. This was meant to be a kids TV for Xbox and such, the Panny is for serious watching. That's not how it turned out. I used this as my main TV and say this really is not all that bad for a mid-priced value set.
Summary: Amazon Reviews: The reviews here on this thing here are insane. How could you not buy it? So I did. When I got it I was unimpressed. I owned a 46-inch 1080p Samsung before it that is still beautiful to watch. The picture on the LG was VERY grainy and pixelated. I tried different settings and reset it to factory defaults to no avail.
Great purchase! Amazing 2D & 3D Picture from Hi-Def source.
20 December 2011
Summary: High Definition (HD) videos (cable, satelite, or blu-ray) look great in both 2D & 3D mode. Standard Definition (SD) signals look blah (like a 10 year old rear projection TV). I wouldn't spend the extra money for this TV if you'll just be using old style DVD player and SD TV signals... NOTES Most reviews claim Active 3D is superior to Passive 3D. All I can tell you is WOW!!! The passive 3D on this TV is amazing.
Very Good TV, but firmware have lots of bugs and trouble with Flash
A. bhurat "Green Apple", Amazon
14 December 2011
Summary: This one is really nice TV. Quality is awesome. Much has been said about the TV quality of this TV, which is awesome. I am highlighting some other points here. I will keep on updating reviews as I go forward. 1. But the only problem is there are many bugs with he LG firmware. 2. I am having trouble updating flash on this TV. UPDATE: 12/14/2011 --Answer from Lg answers Can't install Flash 10!!, Then how in the world will I see Youtube on this TV.
Summary: This TV is great. Very light and easy to set up. The picture is fantastic and the 3D which we don't use much is neat. We have kids so the passive 3d is the way to go. we have about 10 pairs of the glasses and the kids love watching movies when we up convert them to 3d. The only con is it was a little hard to program with my harmony one remote, probably user error but because the TV tries to help by re-arranging the inputs by what is turned on at the time the remote...