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Overall Rating: 5 out of 5 5 out of 5
Excellent, High-End TV at Mid-Level PriceMay 15, 2012
by Dizzneeguy from Colorado Springs, CO
Features: 0  out of 5 0 out of 5
Performance: 0 out of 5
Battery Life: 0 out of 5
Price–Value: 0 out of 5
I've had this TV for about a week now, and have been impressed by what I've seen. It goes without saying that the super thin bezel is amazing. It doesn't quite match that of similar size, cutting edge Samsung's where there is virtually zero bezel but it's still impressive nonetheless. Picture quality is outstanding, and high motion images are mostly artifact and blur free even though this is a 120Hz set. The 2D to 3D "conversion" is impressive and quite passable in many situations. It does cause a bit of eye strain for me however, for some reason though the true 3D content does not. My two biggest complaints are the screen while not glossy, is more glossy than my 46" Sony. Though it can be somewhat mitigated by changing the TV to a different built-in setting to make the image brighter, I definitely notice it. Second, I LOVE the built in WiFi (it's suprisingly fast) but was disappointed that Toshiba hasn't gone the extra step other manufacturers have started to by integrated a webcam and some video chat "app" such as Skype. I've seen that feature on other cutting edge TV's and see no reason that couldn't have been integrated here. It's also disappointing that the browser doesn't support Flash content. Overall, a solid effort from Toshiba and makes me excited for what may be soon to come from them.
What is your level of technical expertise?   TechSavvy
How long have you been using this product?   Less than a week

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5 5 out of 5
Boys must have their ToysDecember 14, 2012
by The Commish from Burlington Cty., NJ
Features: 0  out of 5 0 out of 5
Performance: 0 out of 5
Battery Life: 0 out of 5
Price–Value: 0 out of 5
A really great TV. The 3D is almost like exhibits in Disney World. The 2D to 3D is dependent on the content. Glare on the screen can be a problem and the sound level must be set to near 50. My other HDTV sound level was very acceptable at about 32. I also have a much older pre HD Toshiba TV that still is great.
What is your level of technical expertise?   ProficientUser
How long have you been using this product?   One month to a year

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 4 out of 5
GOOD PQ but lacks internet featuresJune 25, 2012
by Jilla from Indianapolis, IN
Features: 3  out of 5 3 out of 5
Performance: 4 out of 5
Battery Life: 0 out of 5
Price–Value: 4 out of 5
Picture Quality is Excellent. Beats or equals all other TVs. 3D is awesome and even 2D to 3D is good. HD channells are as it should be. Even SD channells are ok. Better than my other two TVs. The only downside is no FLASH support or SKYPE support. Even last years' model 515U had both. I don't know why this year's model lacks it. Toshibha can introduce it via software upgrade. Because of the lack of flash support, although this has a browser, most things don't work. Hence my request is for the FLASH to be implemented ASAP. If this is done, this will be 5 star as well as surpass SAMSUNG, LG or SONY. All the competetors have it. Sound is ok.
What is your level of technical expertise?   TechSavvy
How long have you been using this product?   One month to a year

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 4 out of 5
Smart TV with ValueFebruary 5, 2013
by J'Sizzle from St Cloud MN
Features: 4  out of 5 4 out of 5
Performance: 5 out of 5
Battery Life: 0 out of 5
Price–Value: 5 out of 5
Very good value priced Smart 3D TV. This TV is very easy to operate and the picture is incredible. The 3D is great and passive 3D(no batteries) is a plus. Uses same RealD 3D glasses as most theaters. The SmartTV is simple and easy to opperate. The web browser is a plus if you are only using to check e-mail, doesnt support flash based webpages. All things said this is probably the best year for Toshiba TV's in a long time. The audessy audio is much better than years past and arguably the best in the industry out of the box. They have closed the gap with the other top tear brand.
What is your level of technical expertise?   TechSavvy
How long have you been using this product?   One week to a month

Overall Rating: 3 out of 5 3 out of 5
Smart tv not so smartMarch 26, 2013
by Tlclvn from Lubbock tx
Features: 1  out of 5 1 out of 5
Performance: 5 out of 5
Battery Life: 0 out of 5
Price–Value: 3 out of 5
I replaced a lg smart tv with this one. I was very disappointed. I do not use vudu. Redbox cheaper. Did have netflix. My lg had games, Facebook,I could download any apps and they worked. Internet worked just like a pc. I have Hulu plus which I can't use on this tv. It's 55 inches. When movies on from Netflix they are reduced to half size. No need for bigger tv if movies are smaller. My 50 lg did not do this. Wish I had kept my lg.
What is your level of technical expertise?   ProficientUser
How long have you been using this product?   One month to a year
Customer Rating Summary
Toshiba 55L6200U 55" Class 1080P 3D LED HD TV
Averages based on 6 customer reviews
Overall Rating: 4.3 out of 5
Features: 3.0 out of 5
Performance: 4.8 out of 5
Battery Life: 0.0 out of 5
Price–Value: 4.2 out of 5
5 of 6 (83%) customers would recommend this product to a friend.