Amazon - LG 42PJ350 42-inch Widescreen HD Ready 600Hz Plasma TV with Freeview (Free Delivery) £399 - HotUKDeals
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Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
42 inch HD Ready with built in Freeview
600Hz with Contrast Ratio of 3000000:1
2 HDMI inputs
USB Input
Razor frame design with Smart Energy Saving Plus and clear Voice II
Technical Details

Screen size (in.) - 42
Display Type - Plasma
HD Ready - Yes
Contrast Ratio - 3-000-000:1
Aspect Ratio - 16:9
HDMI - 2
Picture Wizard - Yes
Audio Output - 10W + 10W
Clear Voice - Yes (Clear Voice II)
Intelligent Sensor - Yes
Energy Saving recommended - Yes
Smart Energy Saving Plus - Yes
USB 2.0 (DivX HD- MP3- Jpeg play) - Yes
Award - isf Certification
Razor Frame (Narrow frame and Slim depth) - Yes
SET (w/o stand) (mm) - 988 x 617.8 x 55.3
Including stand (mm) - 988 x 678.7 x 260
VESA Dimensions (mm) - 400 x 400
SET weight (w/o stand kg) - 20
Including stand (kg) - 21.6
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#1
720p in the title would of saved me having to look up the specs
1024x768 res
http://www.lg.com/us/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-plasma-tv-42PJ350.jsp
#2
Voted Hot! Then Read Reviews On Numerous Sites "Stay Well Clear Unless You Use It For Gaming".
#3
Good price, but mixed reviews on Amazon. Wouldn't want to take a chance with a set that 'hums' like a fridge. Not voting.
#4
Same price at Comet so hardly a hot deal.

http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/631388/LG-42PJ350/tab/specification#spec

Edit. Actually cheaper if you use discount code 6399AW for 6% off, making it £375.06 delivered
Also 3% Quidco making £363.81
#5
Instead of "Energy Saving recommended ", why don't they state how much electricity it uses? Loads is my guess, far more than an LCD or LED would, so that'll cost over the years.
#6
Im watching TV on one right now. Great picture on Sky HD and quieter than my brothers Panasonic.

If you select the APS (Auto Power Save) "Energy Saving Power" mode, you will get a fairly bad picture tho.

http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/tvs/lg-42pj350/ 9.2/10

Very slim and a tiny frame around the TV.
#7
jaybizzle

If you select the APS (Auto Power Save) "Energy Saving Power" mode, you will get a fairly bad picture tho..


Is APS where the TV adjusts its brightness to the lighting in the room?
#8
Yeah, APS will detect the brightness of the room automatically, then adjusts the brigtness. You can set the power saving brigtness automatically or turn it off also.
#9
... but is it 3D?
#10
Jollux
... but is it 3D?


FFS :w00t:
#11
... but is it 3D?


Of course it is. :giggle:
#12
markbargain
Instead of "Energy Saving recommended ", why don't they state how much electricity it uses? Loads is my guess, far more than an LCD or LED would, so that'll cost over the years.


Actually plasma TVs vary in power consumption unlike LCDs/"LEDs", its all depending on what you watch. Movies will take up less power than standard programmes. Also the later panasonic models are comparable to LCDs in power consumption

Anyway this deal is cracking, sure its not 1080p but neither were the 42" pioneer kuros and they're still some of the best TVs you can get. Unless you plan to watch blu-ray its waisted anyway
#13
Jollux
... but is it 3D?


Yes, yes it is! Go and buy it if you want a good 3d telly!:whistling:
#14
LG = crap just like their phones. Buy a Pioneer like I did. They are the reference!
#15
I reserved and collected one of these from comet 2 days ago. For £375.06 (using the 6% voucher), I went through quidco also so I may get another £11.25 or so back.

I'm very happy with it for this money. A 1080p plasma would cost at least £300 more. And too my untrained eyes this 720p plasma is a better compromise picture wise than my dads 42" 1080p capable lcd tesco telly which cost significantly more a month or two back.

Cannot vote this Amazon deal hot though as Comet is cheaper

.Please note: This model does not have divx playback from usb!
#16
zaheer2003
LG = crap just like their phones. Buy a Pioneer like I did. They are the reference!


And for those on a budget, a Pioneer is a bargain choice!!

Not everyone has £1000+ to spend on a tv.

On a hd source, this LG is surprisingly good, and for the price, does anyone really expect Pioneer or Panasonic levels of performance?
#17
schizoboy
720p in the title would of saved me having to look up the specs
1024x768 res
http://www.lg.com/us/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-plasma-tv-42PJ350.jsp


The info IS in the title. It says HD Ready, not Full HD. :whistling:
#18
Why is this deal hot? It's cheaper at Comet.

Just another reason why this site fails.
#19
zaheer2003
LG = crap just like their phones. Buy a Pioneer like I did. They are the reference!


get a grip.......if anyone looking at this could afford a pioneer..well...they wouldnt be in this thread...for the record lg arent crap,they are at the forefont of tv technology...but people with high end lcd tvs often get snobby over brands....imo
#20
zaheer2003
LG = crap just like their phones. Buy a Pioneer like I did. They are the reference!


OK cool ill go out a buy a Pioneer TV....wait. Forgot they don't make them anymore :roll:
#21
MoneyTrain81
And for those on a budget, a Pioneer is a bargain choice!!

Not everyone has £1000+ to spend on a tv.

On a hd source, this LG is surprisingly good, and for the price, does anyone really expect Pioneer or Panasonic levels of performance?


Just make sure you get an extended warranty, LG stuff is made to a budget and that's why they are selling it for £400 - means production cost is approx £150. Think about that, corners have been cut, usually cheap components which fail on the 366th day.

briantvr
RETARD................


Yeah. Thanks dude.

stephen25uk
get a grip.......if anyone looking at this could afford a pioneer..well...they wouldnt be in this thread...for the record lg arent crap,they are at the forefont of tv technology...but people with high end lcd tvs often get snobby over brands....imo


At the forefront of cheap end technology, with high failure rates.

Nymins
OK cool ill go out a buy a Pioneer TV....wait. Forgot they don't make them anymore :roll:


That's because people want cheap technology so when they see a LG for £400 and a Pioneer for £2000 - guess what they buy??? My Pioneer is 5 years old and still going strong, probably for another 5 years at least. LG probably on the skip after a year or two. Sometimes it's better for the environment to spend a little more and get something that lasts. It's like these guys that buy Indesits for £200 and chuck them out a year later, why not buy a Bosch or Miele for a bit more that will last a few more years = better for the environment.
#22
stephen25uk
get a grip.......if anyone looking at this could afford a pioneer..well...they wouldnt be in this thread...for the record lg arent crap,they are at the forefont of tv technology...but people with high end lcd tvs often get snobby over brands....imo


Afford? I thought it was Panasonic, Samsung, LG and Toshiba that were decent plasma and LCD sellers.
#23
Panasonic generally #1 in Plasma, previous Pioneer with their Kuro, no longer in production now though.
#24
zaheer2003
That's because people want cheap technology so when they see a LG for £400 and a Pioneer for £2000 - guess what they buy??? My Pioneer is 5 years old and still going strong, probably for another 5 years at least. LG probably on the skip after a year or two.

Not many people will keep a TV for 10+ years, so this is a good price for a TV of this size and if LG TVs only lasted 1-2 years, it would be common knowledge to avoid them, yet they're the 2nd biggest manufacturer of TVs in the world. What you're saying doesn't really add up. Post some solid proof that their TVs have way higher failure rates and horribly poor longevity compared to other brands.
#25
Same pros and cons as all 2010 LG plasmas: outstanding pic quality, terrific price, awful reflectivity. In a bright room they really suffer.
#26
£399 at Currys for the LG 42PJ550 which using the info from the other post does allows divx playback from usb

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/687938/lg-42pj550-42-hd-ready-plasma-tv-37

Collection from store only now & discount code expired. Suppose it depends if the free delivery outweighs the difference in models.
#27
zaheer2003
Just make sure you get an extended warranty, LG stuff is made to a budget and that's why they are selling it for £400 - means production cost is approx £150. Think about that, corners have been cut, usually cheap components which fail on the 366th day.



Yeah. Thanks dude.



At the forefront of cheap end technology, with high failure rates.



That's because people want cheap technology so when they see a LG for £400 and a Pioneer for £2000 - guess what they buy??? My Pioneer is 5 years old and still going strong, probably for another 5 years at least. LG probably on the skip after a year or two. Sometimes it's better for the environment to spend a little more and get something that lasts. It's like these guys that buy Indesits for £200 and chuck them out a year later, why not buy a Bosch or Miele for a bit more that will last a few more years = better for the environment.


I pick up a LG 37" 1080i lcd for 400 notes 4 yrs ago and its been running between 16 - 20 hrs a day and mostly on split screen its has been used for normal tv media center gaming and the things is still singing and dancing i got no probs with realiabilty ive had nearly 23k hrs out of it and not in the manner it should have been used in
#28
now £439.94 from Richer Sounds if you take the 5 year warranty which I think is the best option for people almost ready to click the buy now button.

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