Rated 5 out of 5 by ABQReviewer LG 70LB7100
This is a nice looking TV from LG. The price is right for the size and brand. The SmartOS works well, even wirelessly. The 3D is incredible on material designed for it, but is sometimes lacking when using the 2D to 3D conversion feature. Some features, like picture setup and audio/video alignment are not as easy to use as expected, and options are not clearly explained as to their function in many cases. Setup with multiple HDMI generally works great. The only issues I've had are some random artifacts and jumpiness when using the TruMotion feature of the TV. In the end, I had to disable that feature, as it doesn't seem ready for prime time. Audio/Video sync issues sometimes occur, even after adjusting the settings in the menu. The magic remote works well, as does the voice command feature, but would have like to have channel number buttons on the remote rather than having to pull the menu on the screen to enter channels directly. Colors on the screen are great once adjusted to the room, and I get noticeably less reflection and glare than on my last set. The legs for the stand are attached on the ends rather than the center, making plenty of length for a sound bar, as long as the height is not an issue. Otherwise wall mounting may be a better option. Overall, 6 weeks in and I'm still happy with my purchase decision.
May 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rob Well rounded for the price!
LG so far has had the best passive 3D I have seen in a T.V. although the edge illumination may subtract from the borders of the screen being accurate at producing 3D to its fullest, for the money the features cannot be beat. The web OS is also very easy to use and full of great features the TV also has good compliance with gaming consoles and bluray peripherals alike the main area of concern is the 2D/3D is greatly lacking 3D depth and only works well with cg animation or cartoons and the glasses are curved on the edges so it reflects a reflection of your prescription glasses back at you in the 3D glasses creating glare thus seeing your own glasses the whole time watching this cannot be eliminated without changing the lense angle due to the light source for reflection being the TV itself
July 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ferk27 Outstanding TV for an Outstanding Price
We enjoy our new LG TV regularly. The picture is fantastic and the features of the TV are easy to use. The Magic Remote takes a bit to get used to, but once familiar with it, it is great. It also looks pretty great on my wall!
April 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fvill23 Very good picture for the screen size
I purchased this TV a little over a month ago. Had professional installers put it up - highly recommend and purchased a Yamaha sound bar with it - worked perfectly. Picture is very good for the size of the screen, not perfect but an excellent value
April 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by TammySue777 AWESOME TV!!
I couldn't be more happy with this TV!! Its so easy to hook up and use and has such a beautiful picture!!
May 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Krunchy76 Great Picture, Poor Speakers
After upgrading from a rear projection TV, this unit was a huge step forward. WOW. The picture was great and it was very easy to install. Excellent features. The sound out of the speakers left a lot to be desired but if you hook it up to a home theater system then you are good to go. I would recommend LG to anybody that asks.
March 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 65 in TV
So I went from a 40 something inch TV to the 65 inch and am blown away by the difference! The picture quality is excellent and I love the smart control. No more typing in the demand, just point and click. I still have lots of exploring of all the features to do, but so far I am very happy with this purchase.
May 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bob72 Great TV!
I purchased a floor model 60LB7100 TV. When a HD signal is connected to the tv I can't believe the quality of the picture.
The only negative is the lack of documentation, either soft copy or hardcopy showing all of the features and how to use them. There's a bunch of videos across several emails showing various feature/functions. If the information was in a PDF file or hardcopy it would be a lot more usable. The videos could be used for additional information.
April 30, 2015