Summary: The Good: I am pretty confident that this TV has the best quality to price ratio I could have found. The picture is amazing: great contrast, deep blacks (for an LED), and colors that really pop. The design is simple, the screen super thin, the settings easy to control.
Summary: This TV was purchased as a replacement for a plasma which was a little big for the space it was occupying (first world problem). It's as expected with a great picture, great sound and it was incredibly easy to hang. It's really thin and light especially compared to the plasma.
Summary: If you are looking for a good LED television with a great picture and viewing angle but can do without all the smart features that come on the higher priced televisions then this is the television for you.
Summary: I bought this TV to use solely as a computer monitor. For this purpose the 50L5200U is perfect, despite needing a little time getting it set up specifically for a computer. For a computer you need to set "Game Mode" to On and "Pic Size" to Native.
Summary: I will let the folks a CNET get into the details. But this TV gives you great bang for the buck. If you are like me and did not need/want features like webapps, 3D, local dimming, and 240Hz. This offers great picture quality at a good price. CNET review: [...]
Summary: Lets be real about this tv, this is a mid level B brand HDTV. With that being said, you get exactly what you paid for. PROS: Its physical appearance. Its one of the better looking $500-$600 TVs out there, slim with a stylish bezel. Simple to assemble and setup. CONS: The TV does not swivel or tilt.
Summary: I have had this set for about 6 months and it a great set. Out of the box it need some tweaks with the settings but i found movie mode to be the best starting point( IMO the rest of the preset picture modes look bad). I also tweaked the picture with a calibration disc and noticed a difference.
Great deal for no-frills movie viewing, NOT for competitive multiplayer
Walking Tree, Amazon
6 June 2012
Summary: It has strength in exactly what I was looking for; a giant gorgeous picture and it does a great job with 120Hz, certain movies almost look 3D without having to wear glasses and it is lifelike. A little bit of a green push but I prefer green over red accentuation.