As far as I am aware this is the only 32" PLASMA on the market. Not all of us want a TV that dominates the room. Plasma kicks LCD's ass for black depth and movement amongst other things.
Here's the blurb:
LG has launched what it claims is the first mainstream production 32in plasma TV with the 32PG6000. Well, it's certainly the only one you'll get in the UK.
LG launched a non-HD 32in plasma last year but, frankly, it wasn't all that interesting for the price. Plasma technology tends to occupy the 40in+ marketplace due to the cost of producing the panels but, LG's new 32in model brings some of plasma's advantages over LCD [deeper blacks, smoother playback of fast-motion video like sports] to the mainstream TV sector. It's a good looking box with a frameless design thanks to 'Single Layer' technology that uses a single sheet of glass. It's a 720p TV [1024 x 720 pixels] with a generous 4 HDMI v1.3 inputs and 100Hz picture processing.
HDMI v1.3 supports 30-bit, 36-bit and 48-bit (RGB or YCbCr) colour depths which does away with on-screen colour banding, supports four times more shades of grey and offers increased contrast. In fact, contrast for the 32PG6000 is rated at 30,000:1.
In addition to cracking pictures, LG hired in audio guru, Mark Levinson, to tune the 'invisible speakers'. The 2 x 10W speakers are placed behind the bezel with 2 bass downfirers and the sound resonates around the TV edge to create a wider sound field.
You can watch a video here which I'll put a link to in the reply.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHsgL6ygeh0
Full specification available by following link but here is the stuff you argue over:
* Resolution: 1024 x 720
* Peak Brightness: 1,500cd/m2
* Contrast Ratio: 30,000:1
* Dual XD Engine
* 100Hz Picture Processor
Price includes VAT and courier delivery.