We recently reviewed LG's high-end TV for 2012, the LM960V. It proved to be a great television, but was also priced accordingly. LG has a slightly more affordable series that has many of the same features, the LM760. Hardware.Info tested the 55-inch LG 55LM760S.
The LM760S series should definitely not be seen as a budget line from LG, considering the 55-inch model is available for around £1,727. It is about £725 less than the 55-inch model from the LM960 series. You can tell the difference mainly by their base. The LM960V has a V-shaped base, and the LM760S a more ring-shaped one. In terms of hardware the biggest difference is in the backlight, which is full LED for the LM690V and edge LED for the LM760V. The possible disadvantage of edge LED is that the brightness can be less uniform, and locally dimming the backlight is not possible. The software is a bit different as well, and LG also left out the voice control.