It will break right after warranty is up!
Was in love with this TV when I first bought it (sort of).
Took me 3 returns to best buy to get one that wasn't screwed up from uneven lighting.
When I got one that worked it was great. Picture was great, features were good.
Now 14 months in to ownership (2 mos out of warranty) a pixel cluster has gone dead that results in a 1/4" grey spot on the screen with a black center and now lighting has gotten more uneven like the ones I returned and the bottom corner is always brighter than the rest of the TV. LG - GET SOME QUALITY CONTROLS ON YOUR MANUFACTURING!
If you think you might have any issues do something about it before your warranty is up so you're not stuck like me!
October 30, 2013
US Model LM7600 Stopped Working-No Int'l Warranty
I bought this product while I was in US and moved to India few months back for my work . It was working fine for the first couple of months then all of a sudden stopped working (doesn't power on). I've approached the local LG support and they say the main board faulty and this product is not covered for warranty outside US. I have called the US customer support and they say the same. So better avoid LG TVs if you're planning to take them outside US. It may work for a while but they are not designed for international use.
December 2, 2013
I bought this TV and very very satisfied.
Also all of my families too.
I need only one function at remote controller.
Please make a previous channel button.
Anything else it is just perfect.
August 9, 2013
I have been an LG fan for about 3 years now. This is my 2nd 55" LG LED 3D TV.
This unit is even thinner & more attractive than last years model (my 2nd unit).
The only issue I would like to see resolved is the inclusion of the Amazon widget in the smart apps section.
My last years model has it but strangely this years top unit doesnt.
It does have the usual Netflix, Hulu+ and the other standard you expect from the LG smart tv's.
The passive 3D of LG is great too. I do not care for the active shutter style that most other manufacturers use. They are heavy, need batteries and some people can actually see the shutters or at least the effect can be annoying.
I highly recommend the LG televisions.
July 31, 2013