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Would you buy another LG TV or recommend it to a friend?

Are you happy with your purchase? Is the quality and reliability there?

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This sounds like your prior question.

All I can offer is today's sets look to be 5 year designs and not one seems to be reliable in the Smart TV areas. You're never sure if that part will work or if they'll be forced to remove apps like many did recently (The Skype Skip.)

For me, my preference is to turn off the Smart TV feature and use my own streamer.

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Are you happy with ...?

Thanks for your input. My goal is to purchase a new big screen flat panel hdtv and not suffer buyers remorse like my last big screen purchase. I didn't do my research before buying it and I regretted that later. Now it's down to Samsung which I've had pretty good performance from or trying out something from the Vizio line.

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No. Not happy.

The entire Smart TV is to me the dumbest system ever. It's so bad that I feel the makers could have completely disregarded the idea and saved the companies billions of dollars.

Not one came close to being a good thing. Not one had a web browser on par with Netscape on Windows 95 that is over 20 years ago.

Hope this clears that up.

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