Summary: The TV overall, the picture, and the SMART functions are awesome. The only reason for 4 stars is the sound quality. Overall the quality is fine, but when playing a game or a movie that has music AND talking at the same time, the SmartSound screws it up. Not to the point where it is unwatchable/unplayable, but for example Rock Band (singing) has a terrible echo. Overall, I LOVE this TV for the price. A total steal.
Summary: If half stars were available, I would have given it 3 1/2 because of some glitches in getting WiFi to work seamlessly. Had to go through many iterations to connect and download software upgrade. But it's finally working. Also can't get Smart Remote to recognize my STB but that may be something I'm doing. Will keep working at it. Overall though satisfied - great picture, adequate sound. Lots of options that I haven 't played with yet, so the rating could go up.
Summary: I. Have used this tv for just about a month now. And I'm in love with it(mostly). The new plasma technology is better at resisting burn in than ever before and it beats led and lcd tvs in color contrast and motion quality. This tv is perfect for watching sports. Setup was ok. Using the "wand " will always be wierd but you can program it to work with your cable box as well. But when you connect it to the Internet is where this tv really shines.
Looks great in the dark...not so much in the light
Sean D., Amazon
29 August 2013
Summary: I've owned this TV for a few weeks now and feel comfortable enough to provide a proper review. Before this, I was using a 42" LG 1080p TV from 2008 that I enjoyed, even though I realized that it wasn't the pinnacle of picture quality. It worked well enough, but I was looking for a sub-$1000 solid performing 3D TV recently when this one caught my eye.
Summary: Very Impressed when this arrived on my doorstep- even the delivery man was, considering all the tremendous features this has and the size alone. It is big (60 inches) and it is pretty heavy, but once out of the box you will most likely be able to find a nice spot for this TV somewhere in the room. This is my first time testing a Plasma TV. All I've ever owned are LCD/LED's but compared to those let's just say this is slightly different.
Summary: When the delivery guys brought this through my front door, all I could think was, wow, do I really want this in my living room? I was a bit afraid that it would dominate the whole room, but I've found, to my pleasant surprise, that, while it is considerably bigger than our old TV, it is not overwhelming. In fact, I've gotten so used to it that I can't quite remember - nor imagine - what it was like to have such a small screen. Guess I'm getting spoiled.
Summary: LG has put together a very impressive TV package for the price. The TV offers a great picture, 60-inch screen size, at a very competitive price. The TV is a "Smart TV" and does offer some nice features within that title. I doubt I will use many of the Smart applications that come with the TV but there are few I find useful. The picture is impressive when viewing from high-resolution sources.
Summary: When I first tested this TV by viewing some of the pre-loaded sample photos, I was absolutely stunned at how vivid they looked. When used with the right media, this TV displays it with fantastic quality, as other reviewers have also noted. However, watching most media through the Internet is less than stellar with visible rasterization, etc. To do this TV justice, you really need to be using Blue-Ray, etc.