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50" LG PLASMA TV - 50PQ6000 - £634.19 @ Pixmania

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
1. TV PRICE = £631.20
2. DELIVERY = £19.99
3. DISCOUNT = -£17.00 ( code - Pixuk09056 )
4. TopCashBack.co.uk = - £27.50

Grand total = £606.70

Actual details here... http://www.lge.com/uk/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-plasma-tv-50PQ6000.jsp
- siliconbits
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#1
This is not expired! This offer is mad - much better than the saving you get with dixons
[mod]#2
EXPIRES: 25/07/2008

Amended OPs expiry year to 2009 & unexpired, thanks.
#3
sigma
Amended OPs expiry year to 2009 & unexpired, thanks.


cheers - how do i amend the expiry time? I dont seem to have access to may any changes to this.
#4
What a good price for massive TV!! Too bick for my living room, but still HOT PRICE.
#5
Have been looking at the 42" for £514.99 from Dixons, but this deal is a scorcher.

What are Pixmania like? My Dad is making the purchase and he is not so keen on ordering from the internet period.
#6
pablotatt
Have been looking at the 42" for £514.99 from Dixons, but this deal is a scorcher.

What are Pixmania like? My Dad is making the purchase and he is not so keen on ordering from the internet period.


Not sure - they have a couple of shops in London but it looks like they may be part of Dixons/Currys/Comet/PC World after searching for it on http://www.saynoto0870.com/companysearch.php
#7
tv :thumbsup: pixmania :viking: v poor service, would not buy from them !!!
#8
I think the policy is that you can't include cashback in the price as it's not guaranteed.
#9
why are they a crap company?
#10
rakdamac;5756003
why are they a crap company?


French based so if anything goes wrong you have to return to France. Customer service not great and they also sell non-UK products (EU equivalents). We had a problem with a Sony HDD recorder - didn't even have freeview - took a lot of shouting to get them to pick it up. DSG may not be great, but rather them than this lot...........
#11
scottc
French based so if anything goes wrong you have to return to France. Customer service not great and they also sell non-UK products (EU equivalents). We had a problem with a Sony HDD recorder - didn't even have freeview - took a lot of shouting to get them to pick it up. DSG may not be great, but rather them than this lot...........


Are you charged extra if something goes wrong? How about manufacturer warranty?
#12
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1024 x 768


Bad. BAD. BAD. BAAAAD!!!
#13
dijital
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1024 x 768


Bad. BAD. BAD. BAAAAD!!!


I hate when people are pedantic. If they want to buy this television, let them, for god sake. Unless you have a better deal AND a link... leave them alone
#14
dijital
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1024 x 768


Bad. BAD. BAD. BAAAAD!!!


That doesn't make it bad at all.
#15
Good tv, i managed to pick up the ps7000 Lg last week for £777 which is this years model with 1080p,bluetooth etc

still good price for this,again not sure about pixmanias rep
#16
I have the 42" version of this Tv and the PQ is verry, very good on both SKY SD and HD

Tv was from Pixmania and was found to have faulty HDMI sockets, Pixmania replaced the Tv within 5 days:thumbsup:
#17
I have purchased from Pixmania about 10 times and I have never had a problem with them. My purchases have included plasma, 2 printers and digital camera and every time they are spot on.

I would rate Pixmania 9/10 and there online product tracking is very good too.
#18
Good price but lameo TV
#19
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1024 x 768


Bad. BAD. BAD. BAAAAD!!!


If 1024 x 768 was the resolution it would be Bad,Bad,Bad for a 50" and not likely,but it is 1365 x 768p, which is the norm for the cheaper end of the 50" Plasma range.
#20
no 1080p = not good! last week dixons for £100 more u get 1080p!;-)
#21
dijital
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1024 x 768


Bad. BAD. BAD. BAAAAD!!!


lol!
#22
pablotatt
Have been looking at the 42" for £514.99 from Dixons, but this deal is a scorcher.

What are Pixmania like? My Dad is making the purchase and he is not so keen on ordering from the internet period.


they are part of the currys/pc group, i wouldnt highly recommend them, brought 50" from them in Jan and was showing as in stock, as soon as they had my money, they said out of stock and it took until end of feb before i got my tv, even though they had had my money for 6 weeks, they never kept me informed it was always me ringing them.
#23
so you mean highly NOT reccomend them?
#24
dijital
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1024 x 768


Bad. BAD. BAD. BAAAAD!!!


I have the 42inch of this set for £600 and i thought that was a good deal from richer sounds.

its a great tv for the money.

Resolution isnt everything! (though i guess @50 inch maybe 1080p would be better.

personally if i wanted a set, i would chance this even if it is pixmania as its a hell of a good telly for the money.

built in DiVX support too :)

PS as much as i disagree that the set is bad purely becasue of its resolution, i think the guy who mentioned it may be correct, i think it IS 1024x768 - certainly the 42 inch is..
#25
siliconbits
I hate when people are pedantic. If they want to buy this television, let them, for god sake. Unless you have a better deal AND a link... leave them alone


Dijital dude - please ignore this ignorant post. "Pedantic" details like the screen resolution of a 50 inch TV are exactly what differentiate a good deal from a dud. Providing this sort of info is so important - many times I've held back on a purchase due to this sort of info in the comments section.
#26
PMUKHD
Dijital dude - please ignore this ignorant post. "Pedantic" details like the screen resolution of a 50 inch TV are exactly what differentiate a good deal from a dud. Providing this sort of info is so important - many times I've held back on a purchase due to this sort of info in the comments section.


At least the poster should have done some research first. The screen is a 1366x768 pixel (http://www.lge.com/uk/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-plasma-tv-50PQ6000.jsp). Making baseless assumptions/comments is not helpful for other HUKDers who come on this site and try either to learn something useful or get some good deals. I rest my case.
#27
siliconbits
At least the poster should have done some research first. The screen is a 1366x768 pixel (http://www.lge.com/uk/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-plasma-tv-50PQ6000.jsp). Making baseless assumptions/comments is not helpful for other HUKDers who come on this site and try either to learn something useful or get some good deals. I rest my case.


Agree 100% that facts should be checked properly and that incorrect info is worse than no info.
#28
sarbjeet_
so you mean highly NOT reccomend them?


yes lol i was getting tired :)
banned#29
the resolution is obviously wrong

its 1365 x 768

perfectly fine unless you like to sit 5 foot from your TV watching blu-rays or HD OTA transmissions!

http://www.google.co.uk/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENXX247&=&q=50PQ6000+resolution&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq=
#30
rakdamac;5756283
Are you charged extra if something goes wrong? How about manufacturer warranty?


You have to pay return postage for the item - not sure about warranty though. All too risky IMO, plus they're French :whistling:
#31
scottc
You have to pay return postage for the item - not sure about warranty though. All too risky IMO, plus they're French :whistling:


aint that a bit racialist
#32
csiman
the resolution is obviously wrong

its 1365 x 768

perfectly fine unless you like to sit 5 foot from your TV watching blu-rays or HD OTA transmissions!

http://www.google.co.uk/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENXX247&=&q=50PQ6000+resolution&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq=


I have this TV - did alot of research on 768p etc.

If you want a 50 inch this is excellent bang per buck - all the reviews rated it very highly.

I have seen mine next to 1080p and (at normal viewing distance) you cannot tell.

By choice I would have had a 1080p Panny but the cost difference was just not worth it.

with the old 768/1080 argument think very carefully about what you spend most of your time viewing - unless it is actually 1080p (Blu-ray and some games) you will probably find you are better with 768 unless you buy a very high spec TV.

I decided I would buy this and it will do me fine until the next iteration of TV's rather than paying significanlty more for a 1080p function that I will rarely use.

its a very good looking set as well - much more so than the Panny - important when it can really dominate a room!
#33
there IS a lot of difference between 720p and 1080p. The reason this is so cheap is because it can only handle 720p. Albeit still a good deal, wont be as good as any other similar sized TV's from different brands,because at 50" 90% of them will be 1080p. At 50" you will definitely notice a difference. i can notice a difference on my 24".

Saying this though, its still a good deal for a large LG screen, but bare in mind you will not get FULL HD. HD ready means 720p only.

Just a heads up for anyone misled.
banned#34
Tonk3h;5791890
there IS a lot of difference between 720p and 1080p. The reason this is so cheap is because it can only handle 720p. Albeit still a good deal, wont be as good as any other similar sized TV's from different brands,because at 50" 90% of them will be 1080p. At 50" you will definitely notice a difference. i can notice a difference on my 24".

Saying this though, its still a good deal for a large LG screen, but bare in mind you will not get FULL HD. HD ready means 720p only.

Just a heads up for anyone misled.

sorry but you are spouting the usual rubbish made by 1080p nerds who mislead everyone!

only worth buying 1080p for a 50" if you plan to sit within 8 foot of the screen. Most 50" screens are 720p, not 1080p.

http://www.engadgethd.com/2006/12/09/1080p-charted-viewing-distance-to-screen-size/
#35
the porter
ditto awful company


Yep, ditto x 2...they are completely not interested in their customers needs after the sale and do not deserve to still be in business.

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