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Dixons - LG 50PS3000 50" 1080p Plasma TV - £683.99 With Discount Code

£683.99 @ Dixons
The 50PS3000 from Dixons is actually £719.99, but if you use the discount code BIG5 you can get it for £683.99, been looking for this tv for a while, cheapest price yet. (The discount code works on… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
The 50PS3000 from Dixons is actually £719.99, but if you use the discount code BIG5 you can get it for £683.99, been looking for this tv for a while, cheapest price yet.

(The discount code works on all orders over £349)

Here's the info from Dixons website:

Enjoy high quality sound and vision on the LG 50PS3000 50" 1080p Plasma TV. With a range of networking options and extensive picture technologies, this excellent large screen plasma can become the hub for your home entertainment viewing.

Along with HD Ready 1080p, a Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 2000 000:1 and LGs Dual XD Engine, the 50PS3000 can boast a host of picture enhancing features. These include Intelligent Sensor 11 automatically adjusts the brightness, sharpness, colour and contrast of the picture to suit the environment. Additionally, 600Hz sub-field driving technology works to prevent motion blur, making it ideal for fast action sports and movies.

The LG 50PS3000 50" 1080p Plasma TV also provides three AV viewing modes that include movies, games and Sport, each one delivering outstanding image clarity and colour to suit. Two invisible speakers produce a high quality sound for audio technologies, such as Clear Voice 11, that automatically increases the volume of dialogue in noisy background scenes and SRS TruSurround XT that creates a cinema style sound experience in your living room.

Connectivity options include 3x HDMI inputs to hook up your games console, blu-ray player or home cinema system for High definition multimedia experience, 2 x Scart, Component and PC input. You can also link you digital camera via the USB to enjoy large screen viewing of your digital photos.

The LG 50PS3000 50" 1080p Plasma TV also features a built-in digital TV tuner.

* 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast
* 600hz
* Built-in digital TV tuner
* 3x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component, 1xPC
* Dual XD Engine

* USB 2.0 Input
* Wall Mountable
* 2 No of Scarts
* Line input
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#1
not sure if this is a hot deal...
#2
Sukh
not sure if this is a hot deal...


It was cheaper on Amazon the other day (now up to £693) but they didnt deliver to NI for me, so it's hot for me! :)
#3
684quid for a 50inch full hd plasma isnt a hot deal? If you can find summat as good and cheaper then Ill show my **** :)

I bagged one of these up yesterday after stalling over the amazon offer untill it went up, this is the cheapest online for this TV. John Lewis had it for 699 with 5 year GTE but was out of stock, I rung them up and asked them if they planned on getting any in anytime soon, and they said they have some and will be popping up online anyday now, but having just checked there site they are not there, but a 200quid price increase to 899 is.. doh!
#4
LG 50PQ3000 Plasma HD Ready Digital Television, 50 Inch in John Lewis but includes a 5 year warranty so worth the tiny bit extra for that alone. :whistling:
#5
Is the 600hz the refresh rate like all tv's now must have 100hz?

And would 600hz eliminate all judder on Blu-rays?

I am very tempted. :thumbsup:
#6
Monkey nuts 2
Is the 600hz the refresh rate like all tv's now must have 100hz?

And would 600hz eliminate all judder on Blu-rays?

I am very tempted. :thumbsup:


Im sure someone will give you a better response than I will, but from what I have read, Plasma TVs have excellent refresh rates in general and it's not something you should worry about when looking to purchase. Even for LCDs, people are now debating whether 100hz really does eliminate judder or cause more issues - it's highly dependent on the set and model involved.
#7
eyesuk
LG 50PQ3000 Plasma HD Ready Digital Television, 50 Inch in John Lewis but includes a 5 year warranty so worth the tiny bit extra for that alone. :whistling:


That one is not 1080p and is around the same price, so ps3000 seems the better deal.

EDIT: Price for this TV has changed rapidly for all retailers in the last week or two. I'd expect another change in the next few days - especially as the Dixons 5% offer ends tonight I think
#8
Yeah its been going up and down over the last month or so like a pair of strippers knickers.

Looks like I wont be showing my rear then, thank god!
banned#9
Pixmania £679 + £19.90 P&P (5 working days) - £17 'Pixuk09052' code - £23.39 Quidco = £658.60
#10
csiman
Pixmania £679 + £19.90 P&P (5 working days) - £17 'Pixuk09052' code - £23.39 Quidco = £658.60


That's a different TV.... the one linked to is 720p the one above is 1080p for a starter.
#11
/me unbuttons his pants.. then stops..

Ah I dont use that quidco thingy mijob, gonna have to look into it tho I guess now..
#12
csiman
Pixmania £679 + £19.90 P&P (5 working days) - £17 'Pixuk09052' code - £23.39 Quidco = £658.60


Yeah but with Pixmania you will probably get the manual in french.... unless they have changed and stopped selling imported stuff via europe.
banned#13
Lee`;6282323
That's a different TV.... the one linked to is 720p the one above is 1080p for a starter.

same tv

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/2681840/art/lg/50ps3000-plasma-screen.html?srcid=369&Partenaire=affiliatewindow&CodePromo=oui&srcid=369&srcid=369
banned#14
shaddow;6282340
Yeah but with Pixmania you will probably get the manual in french.... unless they have changed and stopped selling imported stuff via europe.

you have a point. i wouldnt touch pixmania with a barge pole but some dont seem to care :thinking:
banned#15
micflair;6282325
/me unbuttons his pants.. then stops..

Ah I dont use that quidco thingy mijob, gonna have to look into it tho I guess now..

lol

yeah, you'd be mad not to use quidco or other cashback sites. Had over £1000 paid back in the last year!
banned#16
Then again you can get 3% discount via topcashback at dixons making this cheaper than pixmania now!

LG 50PS3000 50" 1080p Plasma TV (full HD) £719.99
5% off all orders over 349 using code BIG5 £36.00
Sub Total (excludes delivery) £683.99
Standard Delivery Free
plus 3% Topcash = approx £662.39
#17
Monkey nuts 2
Is the 600hz the refresh rate like all tv's now must have 100hz?

And would 600hz eliminate all judder on Blu-rays?

I am very tempted. :thumbsup:


This is different, the 50Hz picture is divided up into 12 sub-fields and each field is updated in turn giving the 600Hz figure. Best to go look at one in a shop provided they've set it up half decently. Currys and Comet sell them in-store.
For what it's worth I bought one a while back with various codes and a cashback site for just over £700 and I'm happy. There's even a hack to enable playback of SD DivX files from a memory stick if you root round the web a bit.
banned#18
markbloke;6282444
This is different, the 50Hz picture is divided up into 12 sub-fields and each field is updated in turn giving the 600Hz figure. Best to go look at one in a shop provided they've set it up half decently. Currys and Comet sell them in-store.
For what it's worth I bought one a while back with various codes and a cashback site for just over £700 and I'm happy. There's even a hack to enable playback of SD DivX files from a memory stick if you root round the web a bit.

so is this basically a 50hz TV? :thumbsup:
#19
looks like a good deal
#20
I got mine for £642 last week. Using a coupon at comet and cashback at cashbackkings. 699 > 664 > 642.
I know that offer has gone, but I would recommend watching for a week or two and you might save £40.

Very happy with the screen by the way. BBC HD looks terrific, and freeview (SD) isn't bad.

Regrets: The sound is a bit average, and the only output is digital (optical), so not easy to just plug into stuff. I am using a computer as a freesat box (mythtv) so I can get around this frustration, but you may be annoyed if you want to plug in earphones or a hifi.

I may purchase the logitech z5500 which include an optical input. They are rated by many people as the best surround sound package for the money (currently £215).
#21
csiman
so is this basically a 50hz TV? :thumbsup:


Lighting the blue-touch paper and retiring to a safe distance here....., yes. So is a 100Hz LCD trying to mask a slow response to 50Hz. I'm not a fanboy here, both plasma and LCD have advantages and I'll be buying both for different rooms and purposes.
Again, go look at one and make your own mind up. For the money it seemed like an excellent deal if you want a largish plasma.
#22
micflair
684quid for a 50inch full hd plasma isnt a hot deal? If you can find summat as good and cheaper then Ill show my **** :)

I bagged one of these up yesterday after stalling over the amazon offer untill it went up, this is the cheapest online for this TV. John Lewis had it for 699 with 5 year GTE but was out of stock, I rung them up and asked them if they planned on getting any in anytime soon, and they said they have some and will be popping up online anyday now, but having just checked there site they are not there, but a 200quid price increase to 899 is.. doh!


I called JL too and was told they're having shoipments of 10-15 a week and not to hold my breath. So I got it from Comet in the end with a 5% off coupon. £699 > 669. Although that code ran out after the bank holiday I think.
#23
yeah forget about JL on this one, they have put it up 200quid anyway..

I popped into currys to check it out last week while I was faffing on the amazon offer, when I got there they had EVERY TV setup giving a nice picture, apart from ONE.. and you just know it was the one I wanted.. nipped into comet next door and it was setup good in there. Nice.

Why do these place still not get there setups right when selling TV's? Its annoying to go in and see em all hooked up via the worst possible input, its like selling a ferrari thats covered in rust.
#24
I pointed this out to a salesman in Currys the other day. They were feeding all the TVs off a badly amplified coax. Might as well been watching them through frosted glass.

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