Summary: I can say it was very timely delivery, but TV is a bit tricky to use, not very interactive and be given a good thing I can say is that really transform the 2D to 3D formats, is an Big Screen which I like the Spectacular Finish son, something I do not like When you're using 3D does see a line at the side of the frame gives the feeling that the frame is moved, one is nevertheless an excellent team and a great price
Summary: 3d function is easy to use and the quality is good. really like the "send and play" apps and youtube pair function. Has lots of USB, HDMI ports. No problem to connect with my receiver an xbox. the only thing i don't like that much is that it is kind of dark even i change the brightness to 98.
Summary: My main criteria for a television if the picture quality. I love a really sharp picture, without any trace of the little pixels from a reasonable distance. I love natural colors. Some brands have a superimposed brightness to the colors which when watching is a little bit distracting to me. I want to not be reminded it's only a movie. And colors that are too intense can do that to me.
Summary: I purchased my Toshiba 55L6200U from Amazon 22DEC2012 for nine hundred and eighteen dollars. It was delivered within one-hour of the scheduled time by CEVA. Mine is a June 2012 build. I connected it to the internet via wired connection. Updated firmware (and unplugged TV for 5-minutes to perform a soft reset). Made some quick picture adjustments with WOW! DVD and watched Journey 2: The Mysterious Island in 3D off HBO On Demand via FiOS. Looked great.
Summary: Great picture. Can connect to most computers in the house, but it cannot se our server and I have not figured out how to do so at this time. When the tv wants to update itself it waits for you to power on and then you see the tv will not power on at all so you have to pull the plug and then it powers on and an update screen is present. It's updating needs an update!!
Summary: I got this with the pilot delivery which was perfect.. Pilot delivery means they would bring it at a certain range of hours.. not like the phone company a range of a day, no this was supposed to be delivered from 9am to 12pm n the pilot guy arrived 11:50am which was perfect! they unwrap the product put it for you where you want, hook up the TV stand .. turn it on (they don't set up the features they just just make sure it turns on)..
Summary: The polarized screen makes the reflections have rainbow effects around them, which is interesting.
Pros: Very flat! RealD (passive) 3D is very nice -- same light glasses as RealD theaters. Setup works well. Netflix app is good. Includes a TV guide-style app. Wireless keyboard included is decent. Remote is very good. After changing from automatic to "Standard" settings, brightness is good. Audio Return Channel (ARC) works well to send audio back through HDMI+Ethernet, and also (through the same cable) to control the Receiver volume and control most Blu-ray player function...
Cons: As with most TVs today, way too glossy for any practical situation. I have blackout curtains to deal with this. 2D to 3D conversion exists but barely works. 2D to 3D conversion can't be used when using an app (e.g. Netflix). Default configuration is extremely dim (switch to "Standard" instead of AutoView). When running apps, though, it goes back to AutoView and is dim.
Summary: I've purchased Toshiba for my last three TVs. I like the color rendition for movies right out of the box. No color adjustments needed. Very cinematic. The passive 3D is great if you have glasses wearers in your home (or visit you regularly). Toshiba only supplies standard glasses that most be worn over perscription glasses but third party companies sell compatible "clip on" polarized lenses that can be attached to the person's perscription glasses and work great.