Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13
Rated 1 out of 5 by CHRIS Worst TV since 1953 of the 10 new TVs purchased
The picture is excellent
But the controls are unreliable.
There is no explanation of the system or the capabilities -
for instance we have not used HD as there no instructions.
LACK OF INSTRUCTIONS BY THE INSTALLERS WAS ATROCIOUS - WROTE TO JOHN LEWIS WHO IGNORED MY LETTER.
IT HAS BEEN A FRUSTRATING EXPERIENCE
WOULD NEVER RECOMMEND THE TV - TELL FRIENDS NOT TO BUY A LG SET
01 June 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chillpill Best Television I have ever owned
Having bought a LCD TV when they first came out some years ago, I decided to enter the market for an upgrade, after extensively checking various aspects out, I decided to go for this 47" LED 3D Smart TV, boy am I glad I did...it is an aboslute revelation, from the picture and sound quality to the "smart" aspect, and apps it is just... OUTSTANDING
Oh and the kids love it as well !!!
01 June 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by globalrahul Smart TV that is not so Smart
I purchased this TV (47LM860V) just before the Olympics last year and since then facing following issues and also struggling with LG's poor customer service. #1 Severe performance issues.#2: 3D TV does not work as expected #3: LED Bleeding
My suggestion is instead of buying a smart TV get a standard LED TV of any brand (LG is also a good option) and spend additional £100 for Apple TV (which is better than any integrated smart TV).
21 January 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by mediciam Stylish & Elegant, while Intelligent & Efficient
This television has everything: style, picture quality, ease of use and features upon features. Can it be improved? Absolutely! But at this time, it is the best thing on the market. It is the first generation iPad of televisions, people just don't know it.
Style is simple yet elegant and not too flashy, which is unmatched by other similar televisions in the industry.
The picture quality is superb, even though it's been said that the picture quality of the LM960V is better due to the Nano LED technology, but unless the two were side by side, it's wouldn't be noticeable.
The user interface is perhaps the best part about this television. Where other Smart TV's fail, this television excels. It seems quite daunting at first, but soon you'll realize that the wand remote is no different than a mouse for your computer and the home screen is simplified for everyone to understand, no different than a tablet.
I was a little bit upset to find that I couldn't get certain features like Skype, but there were ways around this and it supported Adobe Flash which other alternatives couldn't do. I also found that the operating system would freeze and could only come back to life from turning the device off and on. Unfortunately, the price is slightly higher than the competition, but at least you know you are making a purchase that won't go out of style nor be far surpassed in intelligence any time soon.
The pros surely outweigh the cons, which, hey, they are minor issues and every company has some. I'm just hoping and expecting LG to act on these and create a monster of a system that will dominate the market sometime in the near future.
08 January 2013