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60"er HD ready £1,289.00 @ RGB Direct LG 60PG3000

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
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Resolution: 1366 x 768
Peak Brightness: 1,500cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 20,000:1
Dual XD Engine
100Hz Picture Processor

Sound
Output: 10W + 10W
SRS TruSurround XT
1 Way 2 Speakers
Clear Voice
Invisible Speakers

Convenience
Simplink

Swivel Stand
100,000 panel life
AV Mode (Game, Sport, Movie)
CU:V Improved User Interface

Connectivity
3 HDMI, 2 SCART (1Full)
Component(Y,Pb,Pr) + Audio
RS-232C, AV In
Digital Audio Out (Optical)
S-Video
PC Input
Composite Display
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#1
Lot of Tv for the money :)
#2
Not FullHD.

COLD
#3
could of put the brand in the title, its the LG 60PG3000 ive seen the RRP around 3k in the past

bargain
#4
good, but not full hd. there is a newer model from LG that is, costs around £1700.
#5
WalterSmith
Not FullHD.

COLD


as it says in the title NOT FULL HD still a cheap tv just found the full Hd version for £1644 stock due today !!
#6
Shame I don' have anywhere for this thing to fit, it's bigger than the unit, lol.

Mike..
#7
praju
good, but not full hd. there is a newer model from LG that is, costs around £1700.



I'm sure I just saw the 60PG7000 on HUKD for £1699 but it must have been pulled.

Anyway, here's a good site to compare the size of this monster to your little 42" portable:

http://www.displaywars.com/
#8
Should mention its LG make....

I used this company some years ago and they drove my TV down to Portsmouth when they had let me down with the scheduled delivery, so seem okay to deal with...:thumbsup:
#9
Janeyjugs
I'm sure I just saw the 60PG7000 on HUKD for £1699 but it must have been pulled.

Anyway, here's a good site to compare the size of this monster to your little 42" portable:

http://www.displaywars.com/


you did it was me that posted it dont know why its gone
#10
THE GAFFER
as it says in the title NOT FULL HD still a cheap tv just found the full Hd version for £1644 stock due today !!


U sure about that?!?
banned#11
Yep its not full hd but its a 60" tv for under £1300 in my eyes this is a bargain heat added
#12
WalterSmith
U sure about that?!?


LGPD60PG7000 - 60" HD Ready 1080p Plasma TV (1920 x 1080) 30000:1 1500cd/m2 100Hz - Black Bezel £1644 Currently not available at our store - more expected on: //29/12/2008

only going by what the site is saying.
#13
MikeBeaver
Shame I don' have anywhere for this thing to fit, it's bigger than the unit, lol.

Mike..

erm, forgive me for being obvious here, but, how about you put it on, wait for it...

THE WALL

?????

if these pesky things get any bigger, I'm gonna have to knock a hole in the wall and move the projector to the hallway!!
#14
andiejn
erm, forgive me for being obvious here, but, how about you put it on, wait for it...

THE WALL

?????

if these pesky things get any bigger, I'm gonna have to knock a hole in the wall and move the projector to the hallway!!



hehe these 60"ers are massive compaired with the 50"
#15
E46
Yep its not full hd but its a 60" tv for under £1300 in my eyes this is a bargain heat added


Me too,,,Hot from me,,,
#16
what site gaffer for the full hd lg??
#17
#18
thanks, seems out of stock everywere.
it has 700 watt power consumption - damn!
#19
praju
thanks, seems out of stock everywere.
it has 700 watt power consumption - damn!


no need to have the lights on with switched on
#20
non-HD res will be noticeable at 60 inches. Pretty thoughtless making a 720p set at this size.
#21
russthewomble
non-HD res will be noticeable at 60 inches. Pretty thoughtless making a 720p set at this size.


Rubbish. You obviously haven't seen a decent 720p projector on a 100" screen. This site is full of clueless 1080p morons half of them not even knowing what it means.
#22
This tv is 720p, so at 60ins the pixels are huge which means not that sharp, you are better going for a 52ins tv maybe sony kdl52v4000 around £1200 to £1500 net or sony centers. or if you have to get the 1080p model LGPD60PG7000
i do not like LG bad experience so not voiting hot or cold :oops:
#23
I have a 63" Samsung 1080p plasma and I can't tell the difference between 1080p movie content and the same stuff at 720p... I sit about 15 feet from the screen, but it's the same if I stand up and get real close.

If I was buying a screen again, and could get a 720 panel cheaper than a 1080 panel, I'd choose the 720 panel.

This seems like a great deal for a 60" panel, but watch out... there are some pretty poor LG panels out there... Are there any reviews of this set?

p.s. Getting my 63" mounted on the wall was a *very* big job!
#24
bloody hell - telly's are getting massive these days!! I've been told that our sitting room is too wee for a 42" panny so i think the missus would have a fit if i ordered this monster....who dares me?!? :-D
#25
nokmond
Rubbish. You obviously haven't seen a decent 720p projector on a 100" screen. This site is full of clueless 1080p morons half of them not even knowing what it means.



Thankfully, this site isn't full of people like you :roll:
#26
niallmoran
bloody hell - telly's are getting massive these days!! I've been told that our sitting room is too wee for a 42" panny so i think the missus would have a fit if i ordered this monster....who dares me?!? :-D


It's only a bargain if it doesn't end in divorce :-D
#27
d.brophy
I have a 63" Samsung 1080p plasma and I can't tell the difference between 1080p movie content and the same stuff at 720p... I sit about 15 feet from the screen, but it's the same if I stand up and get real close.

If I was buying a screen again, and could get a 720 panel cheaper than a 1080 panel, I'd choose the 720 panel.

This seems like a great deal for a 60" panel, but watch out... there are some pretty poor LG panels out there... Are there any reviews of this set?

p.s. Getting my 63" mounted on the wall was a *very* big job!


Your TV is upscaling the 720p content to 1920x1080, very different to running at 1366x768 native (or whatever this runs at)

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