LG 32LM6200 3D LED HDTV Review$650.00
Software & Interface
LG takes an interesting approach to their menu interface: they turned it into an app. There is no menu button on the remote; to access basic menu features, you must either press "home," which takes you to the Smart TV interface, or press "my apps," which will bring up a list of apps that includes settings.
LG's interface is pretty and easy to navigate, but the decision to not put a simple "menu" or "options" button on the remote might confuse some users. Once you do get to the settings section, things are straightforward. There are sections for picture, sound, channel, time, lock, option, network, and support.
The paper user manual is nicely done. It is easy to read and there are very descriptive pictures that help guide users through things like installing the base or wall mount, connecting to cable, and accessing the digital manual.
Speaking of LG's digital manual, it can be found in the app section, much like the TV settings. This manual offers a more in-depth description of various features in a plain, easy-to-read interface. You can find out what each picture and sound setting does or find out how to lock the TV. The digital manual is a nice complement to the paper manual and LG has done a great job trying to help the average consumer understand their complex TVs.