My review is not based on the TV's performance or features but rather on Walmart's practice of shipping returned items to customer's who pay full price and are expecting a brand new TV. I never turned on the TV because I was infuriated that they would actually have such business practices. It was evident upon opening the box that the item was not new. It was returned to the nearest store within minutes of receiving it. Very disappointed.
I bought this tv as an anniversary gift for my husband. Set up was super easy. I did not hook up the soundbar because we already had a home theater system. The picture quality is phenomenal it blew my husbands mind, he is a huge Vizio fan & the picture quality is 100 times better.
I purchased this TV and placed on top of a fireplace mantel. The TV is super slim, and the base is only about 10 \", so it was basically a perfect fit on the mantle. I was a little concerned that the TV might be a bit unstable \/prone to tipping because it is so thin, but the base has a hole where a screw can fasten the TV to the stand and then the stand to the table which it sits on, good feature.\n\nI purchased the soundbar with the TV bllieving that because the TV was so thin, the sound might not be so good. Lo and behold, the TV sound by itself is very good, and can be quite loud. So, I wouldn't say that the soundbar is necessary, but for the little bit of extr money it will likely provide a bit more oomph and bass if that is what you like.\n\nThe TV comes with 4 3D glasses. The 2D to 3D picture is pretty excellent, but would not suggest watching sports in 3D, a bit too much movement. Comcast has some free 3D movies on On Demand so it is neat to check out.\n\nOverall picture quality is excellent, and I am very happy I purchased this TV.\n\nThe one con I can think of is that it is not a Smart TV. It does have an Ethernet port, but this seemed to only be for TV updates, rather than for internet features like Netflix (maybe an update in the future will allow for these things). But, you can always connect your laptop to the TV and get the same effect anyway, which is what i plan to do.
Um,... so this is what we were missing?\n\nI really am pleased with this TV. Being able to turn virtually everything into 3D is awesome! We watched a triple overtime Hockey game between Boston and Pittsburgh last night in the Stanley Cup playoffs and, WOW!!!. I don't know if you have ever seen hockey in 3D but,...we scoped out baseball, racing, football, and by FAR, hockey, was the MOST awesome to watch in 3D. I'm not even really a hockey fan but that just blew me away! You could always see the puck and there was just something about the players standing out on that ice that just made them pop out. It was like we had a miniature hockey stadium in our living room, seriously check it out. I don't know if the NHL knows about this but geez, market it! It was so COOL!\n\nIts not a \"smart TV\" so we bought an internet 3D Blue ray DVD player for the internet hookup, for 88 dollars. What's not smart about that? This TV does not cost a fortune because it isn't smart and we still have internet. Sounds pretty smart to me.\n\nThe Fiber optic output allowed us to plug right into our old Sony surround sound system and saved us buying a new system. The only downside to this is, we did not get the TV wall mount that was supposed to come with it. We put our TV on a cabinet anyway but still, we could have sold the mount in a garage sale or something. We did get the sound bar.\n\nThe box came in pristine condition although dirty. I knew it was going to be fine the minute I saw it. I am always skeptical about ordering online, but this shipment was perfect. I think shippers are starting to figure out, If they break it they have to handle the same item at least three times, and it's heavy, Just do it right the first time.\n\nEnergy star rated at 15 dollars a year to run this? And it converts everything into 3D too! Its a no brainer.
Don't seem to be in focus, and the close capture is a little to small, I would like to exchange it, but I guess I will have to live with it.\nI had it on Auto, It was always dark, Put it on Manual, bright is to bright and the dark was to dark.\nSound,= From 1 to 8 increase very little, 8 to 10, How can say it. It jump or increase very rapidly\nNot linearly.\nThe CC is in focus, Very good, but small. But the face of the person don't seem to be in focus.
I just had 2 weeks with this tv and just love it, before this tv I bought a 42\" led vizio and even if it was a smart tv the quality was really poor specially the sound, there is not point of comparation with this Awesome LG tv!!! Great picture, great sound and of course great price from Walmart!
It is good overall. My best surprise wise the user uploaded 3D content in UCC app.\n\nOnly wish the video via browser played faster and they would include a qwerty remote. Its no fun otherwise.\n\nAlso, since passive glasses are relatively cheap, why not include 4 more? :-)\n\nStill giving it best rating. I bough 47\" but would recommend bigger size for better 3 D experience. Sound was so good, i gave my amplifier a break.
Just got my LG 55LA6200 55\" 3D TV and the box looked like it was roughed up a lot. Thought maybe it might be ok. Well assembled with stand and plugged it in. Sat on my couch with the remote and pressed the power button. Nothing. A red light came on and the LG logo appeared and disappeared. It kept repeating the cycle. I was thinking I did something wrong but I didn't. I thought I was going to get a quality product but didn't seem like that. I called LG and they are sending a technician to work on it next week. I would like to take it back to Walmart but I don't have a very big car for this TV and have to rely on alternatives. Usually when you start with a bad experience like this, it usually leaves you disatisfied with the whole experience to the point you are never going to buy nice stuff like this from either LG or Walmart.