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LG TV Reviews


Below are recently reviewed LG LED and LCD TVs with relevant ratings for each as reviewed by our professional review editorial staff. We have reviewed these LG TVs based on a variety of quality rating considerations such as Picture Quality, Calibration Accuracy, Features, Internet TV options, and of course Value. Click on each review individually to see the full review and the separate category ratings.

LG 55GA6400 Review

The 55 inch GA6400 is the second largest model in LG's mid-teir Google TV seires. Along with the extended Smart TV features, LG made sure the picture quality was not going to disappoint either. Read More...


LG 50LN5700 Review

The 50LN5700 is several notches down in the LG lineup for 2013/2014, but it's got great value written all over it. It's a step down from the LA6200 in only one way and that is a lack of 3D TV option. Read More...


LG 60PN6500 Review

LGs plasmas are not only looking good but the pricing is outrageously good compared. This model does not contain many of the premium features such as Smart TV and 3D compatibility that you might normally want in a 60 inch TV. You have to stretch up to the 60PN6700 for those features. Read More...


LG 50LN5400 Review

LG wants to make sure they have an affordable LED option for shoppers looking in this size range. To make it an affordable option, the TV shed its internet functionality, 3D viewing, and the Cinema Screen design. Picture quality remains, as the 50LN5400 can display a 1080p picture with a 120Hz refresh rate. Read More...


LG 60LA6200 Review

The 60LA6200 is loaded with Smart TV features not found in previously in LG TVs. The experience of the user has been granted the most attention when designing the Smart TV platform. The familiar Smart TV suite is in place with some enhancements over past iterations. Read More...


LG 55LA7400 Review

LG's Passive 3D is growing on me even more. I think it's about as good if not equivalent to active 3D now. The numbers work better for active (1080p to each eye) but when I view the 3D content I cant really tell the difference and the glasses are cheap, comfortable, and light. Read More...


LG 50LA6900 Review

Picture quality on the LA6900 is very strong with great dark shadow detail which is not overshadowed by good black performance. Colors are natural looking and not over saturated, while picture depth is also very good for the LED edge lit LCD TV. Read More...


LG 55LM8600 Review

One of the highlighted features of this TV is the LED local dimming feature. However, this is not true backlit local dimming but in fact edge lit LED manipulated local dimming. Read More...


LG 55LM7600 Review

Although the 55LM7600 does not have the premium LED backlighting package with local dimming, 3D content still looks good and color seems just as good on this set as the higher end models form LG for 2012. The 3D picture looks less deep than some of the active shutter 3D TVs on the market for sure. Read More...

LG 55LM6700 Review

The LED edge lit 55LM6700 impressed us with both its color and black level performance. Colors were bold but still realistic even on the standard setting prior to professional calibration- albeit with a blue push. Read More...

LG 55LW5600 Review

See the Video Review The LW5600 is another of the new passive Cinema 3D LED back lit LCD televisions. It is a high end TV that includes the full SmartTV internet suite and the motion controlled Magic Wand remote along with the aforementioned Cinema 3D feature. See our video review and full written review of this new LCD television. Read More...

LG 55LV5500 Review

See the Video Review The LV5500 are 1080p LED TVs that include LG's SmartTV Internet TV feature and the motion sensitive Magic Wand remote. They are 120Hz panels and LG's App Store features over 120 online applications. Robert Wiley reviews this 55" LED backlit LCD TV and has fun with the new motion controlled "magic wand" remote. Also see our video review. Read More...

LG 55LV3700 Review

See the Video Review The LV3700 has the same internet connectivity options as the higher end LV5500 but does not include the motion sensitive magic wand remote nor does it include the WiFi dongle. The panel drops from 120Hz to 60Hz as well, Robert Wiley puts the 55" 55LV3700 through it's paces to see if dropping a couple of features will actually be a gain in value. Read More...


LG 47LE8500 Review

The LE8500 is loaded with extra features (some good, some not) and striking good looks. It is the next to highest end TV produced by LG for 2010 falling just below the LE9500 which has the simulated 480Hz rate that I cant imagine makes much difference. We enjoyed testing this high end offering and comment on Picture quality characteristics and almost all of the various features in the full review. Read More...


LG 55LE5500 Review

The LE5500 has LG's new LED backlight with local dimming option. There is a control to enable on/off functionality of this option. The unit has the Clear Voice II feature for voice/dialog enhancement and LG's full Internet options. While we were not a fan of the TruMotion 240Hz feature in most circumstances, it will certainly standout for sports programming. The LE5500 does not have the thick single sheet of glass overlay extending from edge to edge that the higher end LED offerings have. Read More...


LG 50PK550 Plasma Review

The 50PK550 is a middle tier 2010 plasma TV offering from LG that includes some nice features and calibration options while leaving off Internet connectivity, 3D compatibility and the best video processing. With HD content, the PK550 yielded a much better picture and depth continued to improve. Color rendition was also much richer with the 1080i signal. Read more...

LG 47LH50 Review

The big key feature difference of the LH50 series LG with the LH55 is the LAN connection accessing the "Netcast Entertainment Access". This feature enables Netflix Instant Streaming video, Yahoo, and Utube content without having to feed through a computer to receive it. The Ethernet ability is right there in the TV! Read More...


LG 47LH55 Review

Rocky looks amazing on the LCD. Not too over saturated but just right. Where there is gray in a scene the TV is satisfied with letting the scene be gray. Colors that are meant to be subdued are displayed that way. This TV is hitting a major sweet spot in price/value offering with its many excellent features and picture quality. It's my favorite TV at the moment for an LCD in this price range. Read More...


LG 42PG25 Review

This is a second tier model in LGs 2008/2009 lineup for plasma TVs. So the TV has some budget conscious constraints as our review below will point out. All 2008 LG plasma TVs claim a dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 and this series plasma has a native contrast of 20,000:1. The plasma has the new Fluid Motion technology which LG claims gives the effect of a 180hz refresh rate. It also contains some of the other common enhancements found in all of LG's new plasma lineup such as Clear Voice technology which enhances and amplifies the human voice element in programming with lots of background noise or music. Read the full LG 42PG25 Review



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