Summary: It seems like plasma tvs are going out of style with all of the LED and LCD options available. I have a brain injury and have problems with the LED and LCD tvs. Especially when the picture "pans" in any direction. I see it freeze frame for a short time, but it is enough to give me a headache. This is one of the reasons that I love plasma tvs. They don't have the glitchy "pan" that the other tvs do. The refresh rate is fast enough (even on this huge tv!) to avoid it.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Quality
This is an amazing TV for people looking for picture/display value rather than ...
4 weeks ago
Summary: This is an amazing TV for people looking for picture/display value rather than "smart" tv features. You can buy a Roku with the money you save, and get all those features and more for less $$$. The 600Hz plasma display is very crisp, with rich color and dark blacks. There is no ghosting that can occur with lcd tv's. The built-in speakers are ok. I have this LG in our living room as our primary TV.
Summary: There are enough technical reviews so not going to throw in another one. My 2 cents worth... if you want to convince yourself or significant other that this is the TV you need to buy. 1. Price. 2. Everyone who has viewed it say the TV picture is beautiful. And love the size Enough said. Cons: Not enough HDMI ports but not an issue with right receiver.
60' is absolutely fantastic, i came from a 65' Panasonic Plasma that ...
14 September 2014
Summary: I purchased this TV just over one year ago. I paid $750+TAX with free timed delivery and setup. 60' is absolutely fantastic, i came from a 65' Panasonic Plasma that cost around $3400 around 4.5 years ago to this (in a new house) and i have to say it is absolutely fantastic. No nonsense features, i fear that a screen with this much real estate is not going to come around for such nice price again because of the new SMART fetish for TV makers.
Summary: After many years of watching a rear projection HDTV I decided to take the step to Plasma, and it was worth it. This LG TV may not be one of those with rave reviews, but it is a terrific value for the money. Picture quality is amazing, but requires a little calibration to achieve proper quality. Out of the box the colors are brash, washed out a bit, and not lifelike - but that's the way TVs are displayed in stores so they're eye-catching to shoppers.
Summary: We found this TV shopping online at a reasonable price then saw it at an even better price at a black Friday. We immediately rushed out and bought it because we were afraid it would sell out. After getting it home at setting it up we realized what a great product this was. After configuring signal in HD mode we were even more pleased.
Summary: This is a great TV, especially for the price. The viewing angles of Plasma are way better than LCD and that was important in my room. The only complaints I have are minor and that is that there are only 2 HDMI inputs and the only audio output is optical and stereo only. If you have a good receiver with HDMI inputs and output, both of these are non issues and every other TV in this price range has the same limitation so I can't really fault LG too much.
Summary: This tv has great picture quality. It's great for movies and sports. I love my football so I wanted the tv with the best resolution and quality picture and I'm very happy with my choice. I would definitely recommend this product to sports fans and movie buffs.