I absolutely love this TV. I wish I had enough to purchase the larger 77 or 65 inch model before 3D gets entirely removed from their product lineup. This model has passive 3D and beats all other brands in picture quality. UHD-4K and HDR look incredible, adding realism and pop to any movie, concert, or TV series. LG's technology crushes the competition because none of them (not one) were able to compete with LG's highly-rated lineup of TVs. All other manufacturers' made 4K TVs that failed miserably in the 3D arena, which put a nasty taste in consumers' mouths about 4K and 3D was collateral, regardless of manufacturer. Sony's 3D images were riddled with ghosting and quality issues and, to sum it up, were significantly inferior to LG's (in fact, not even a close comparison). I hold these other companies responsible for convincing the TV-purchasing public that "3D were inferior and not worth it." LG should be upfront and center showing the customers just how great 3D can look in the home. The customers will flock to the store because, believe it or not, they still DO want 3D, but the difference is they're wiser now and want to wait until 3D well. LG is one of the only companies who continued to improve 3D while others were slowly killing it. The competition put a minimal amount of effort into what they considered "close enough" for a dying market. The competition obviously didn't want to spend another dime supporting a dying format. Dying because these companies knowingly or unknowingly killed the technology with their inferior implementation and shady deals. Their frustration and loss of will played a big role in how much time they spent improving what they had. I couldn't spend more dollars toward the development so they're introducing the new sets for 2017 with no 3D available. Why LG would pull out of 3D now puzzles me. Besides having an absolutely beautiful picture on an OLED screen, 3D was, in my opinion, one of the prevailing features that was night and day compared to the rest. This immediately positioned LG above all other brands and with the 3D-loving community. With a little more time now that 4K has matured in the market, companies should not be so quick to give up. Why would LG give that position and reputation away? I just don't get it. My only complaint (NOT with this model but your future 2017 lineup) is that LG has now made the decision published in many publications that they were dropping 3D capabilities on their entire 2017 OLED panel line. I was very saddened to read this about LG because their superiority in this area completely crushed the competition, advertised as Theater-like Picture.. LG had the indisputable "lead" in 3D. They succeeding in giving their 3D TVs the perfect quality everyone had been looking and waiting for, unlike any of their competitors. There are no clouding issues or image doubling going on here, just a pristine 3D picture and, in my opinion, better than what we've been seeing in theaters. LG ROCKS! Please don't pull out of the 3D market. It will succeed. Everyone I show it too are shocked it looks so good. They've only been hearing bad reviews on how 3D TVs come up short. You can disprove this myth. Thanks..
Picture was great until there were two at the same time...one over the other...sent it back and got a new one. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
The picture is magnificent, although sometimes seems a bit dark I am working with the new remote but sometimes it's not as simple as advertised. Had trouble getting it to work with Verizon DVR. Got to work by trying other companies DVR setup. Thanks to a blog on the internet. Other than that it's been great so far. I [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I have raved about this TV ever since we bought it. It's always been a 5 star purchase. My reason for giving it a 4 start rating? Image burn-in. CBS news is usually on for an hour or two every morning on weekdays, but other than that our viewing is all over the place. That being said, the one or two hours of CBS news that occurs about 5 days a week is enough to cause some pretty significant burn in - and ONLY a little over a year after purchase. Such a bummer because it will only get worse. It's not always visible, but the ghostly (and clear) appearance of the CBS logo and the mottled appearance of the breaking news alert bar on the bottom center of the screen are hard t miss when that part of the screen is any shade of red, orange and some yellows. Don't see it at all on blues, greens, whites.
The TV has a utility that you can run to clear panel noise, and I ran that (it takes an hour or more), but it had no effect.
This TV was my dreams come true for about 9 months, then we started to get a logo ghosted image appearing on every channel. Now after a a couple of years we get about 5 different logos. Very disappointed that this happened in under a year and even more disappointed that its not covered under a warranty on any kind. There is clearly an issue with the technology or the build of this TV and for the money we paid we expect more. Now the TV we always dreamed of is the one I wince at every time its turned on. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
This product is pretty cool and beautiful. Especially, the color reproduction ability of the image is excellent.
I am very satisfied with this OLED TV.