Summary: my LG 60" plasma has been super. great color and picture quality. Very easy to use and looks great on my wall. It lacks audio , I had to purchase a sound bar and to use the 3D functions you have to purchase a specific brand of glasses.
Summary: We LOVE this TV. The 3D is absolutely mindblowing and the picture is fabulous. The only downside is the mirror reflection of the screen, its pretty bad when they windows are open. But after you watch it for about 5 minutes the picture is so good you don't even notice it. Its incredibly user friendly as well. Great buy!!
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: LG was not one of my favorite a couple of years ago. First, it was the refrigerator, then, the stove and the microwave,now it is the TV and the home theater system. I am moving from panasonic to LG. The TV an A grade. I do believe that the home theater that I bought this week will be as good as all the others. I have not received yet.
Summary: This tv is a very nice tv. Great picture, setup was easy and the base is big enough to make the tv stable on it's stand. It is not truely wifi ready so be prepared to spend an aditional $70 for the wifi dongle to make it work. My only complaint was with the delivery. I was told that it would be a "White Glove Service", not even close..... I had to help the guy carry the set into my house and that was the end of the service!
Summary: Did a lot of reading and research on 60" series TV's including reading the Amazon reviews which are always helpful. This TV I picked up for $1249 at Amazon with Free Prime Shipping. Took about 3-4 days to get TV Ordered on Sunday and Shipper called on Wednesday and said it was at there hub. He said they would deliver on Friday but I couldn't wait!!! So I went to the hub and picked it up in the Mini van which it almost did not fit!!! The picture is bright and crisp.
Summary: TV is great. Only issues i have are the reflections that distract us and the lack of availability of the 3D glasses. I also hope that the glasses come down to the price of others as this is a great tv.
Great TV for the price, but not without a few minor setbacks.
Mike Dunk, Amazon
4 October 2011
Summary: I purchased this TV back in August of 2011. I bought it to replace my Sony Bravia 52XBR9 LCD that was starting to get panel failure. So far I have been pleased with the TV and especially the price I paid in comparison to the size of the TV. There have definitely been some trade-offs with changing from an LCD to a Plasma, but nothing too major. Picture This TV is definitely a lot darker than my Sony LCD, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Summary: I picked up a 60PZ550 to replace my old Panasonic TH-58PZ700. The Panny developed a defective section of pixels and needed to go. Anyhow, I love the aesthetics of the LG; the thin bezel is just fantastic. It is also 50% lighter than the "smaller" TV it replaced. It is a bit more glossy/reflective compared to the old Panny but I have excellent light control with some motorized blackout shades at the rear of the room.
Summary: I was excited about the purchase of this tv from the beginning because of the great deal I received on it. I took it out of the box and it was very easy to setup, had it up and running in 10 min. The image quality blew me away from the start. This is the single best TV I have ever owned and I am so happy with it. The only draw back to me is the sound quality. My family loves to play Rockband on the PS3 and the volume is .... well, not the best. Nor is the clarity.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Quality, image quality