LG 42 Inch Widescreen HD Ready Plasma TV 42PJ350 @ Argos £405.94 - HotUKDeals
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Don't know how good this is but seems a good price plus you get a £10 gift voucher downside is its only available for home delivery. Although it states 2 hdmi ports on the website i believe this has 3 also the website says the depth is 55.3 cm but after looking on other websites its 5.6cm

More info on LG website

http://www.lg.com/us/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-plasma-tv-42PJ350.jsp

Plasma TV:

* USB Input - Connect your digital camera, M-P-3 player or flash memory using the USB port to show off your latest holiday snaps, music collection or High Definition DivX movies for a true multimedia experience. .

* 600Hz - 600Hz Plasma technology provides zero motion blur and the ultimate razor sharp response time perfect for watching high speed sports and movies. .

* 2 HDMI Inputs - Connect your High Definition devices such as games console or blu-ray player through the two HDMI ports for a true High Definition multimedia experience. .
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#1
Cold as not 1080p or LCD (I prefer LCD to Plasma)

Check this out for a little more (and 7% quidco)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/663519/lg-42lh3000-42-full-hd-lcd-tv-455-9
#2
Gets some great reviews http://www.amazon.com/LG-42PJ350-42-Inch-720p-Plamsa/product-reviews/B0038W35EK/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_pop_hist_all?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&tag=testfreaks-20dont be put of with it been 720p as there are plenty of 1080p screens not as good as this one There is a lot more to picture quality than how many pixels on screen
#3
Wicked666
Cold as not 1080p or LCD (I prefer LCD to Plasma)

Check this out for a little more (and 7% quidco)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/663519/lg-42lh3000-42-full-hd-lcd-tv-455-9


The best 42" screen made was a Pioneer, and that was 720p. As Pioneer insisted that 1080p only had advantages on screens 50" and over. Google this screen, it gets great reviews.
#4
waiting for peggy bedford to **** it off for not being an LED
#5
Peggy Bedford is an old bloke that doesn't live anywhere near Sandbanks and obviously doesn't look anything like the fake girl picture on his avatar:whistling:
#6
Bicawi
Peggy Bedford is an old bloke that doesn't live anywhere near Sandbanks and obviously doesn't look anything like the fake girl picture on his avatar:whistling:


Probably his nursing home must have bought an LED for him last year ...:thumbsup:
#7
slackrat77
waiting for peggy bedford to **** it off for not being an LED


Lol!

Bicawi
Peggy Bedford is an old bloke that doesn't live anywhere near Sandbanks and obviously doesn't look anything like the fake girl picture on his avatar:whistling:


Lol again!
#8
Wicked666
Cold as not 1080p or LCD (I prefer LCD to Plasma)

Check this out for a little more (and 7% quidco)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/663519/lg-42lh3000-42-full-hd-lcd-tv-455-9


So any TV's that are not LCD gets you voting cold does it ... I am pretty sure that this Plasma would knock ten bells out of that LCD.:whistling:
#9
gary233932
The best 42" screen made was a Pioneer, and that was 720p. As Pioneer insisted that 1080p only had advantages on screens 50" and over. Google this screen, it gets great reviews.


I do love the Pioneer's - my mum has a 43 inch 1080i one.

However, it buzzes really loudly - my sharp lcd doesn't so that is why I prefer LCD's to Plasma's.
#10
crofter
So any TV's that are not LCD gets you voting cold does it ... I am pretty sure that this Plasma would knock ten bells out of that LCD.:whistling:


Not at all - however this is not 1080p hence my cold vote when for a little more, you can get full HD.

Whether the difference is noticable is a different debate however I know what I would choose.

The TV in the link is £679 at Argos - so getting that for just over £400 is more of a bargain imo.
#11
Wicked666
Cold as not 1080p or LCD (I prefer LCD to Plasma)

Check this out for a little more (and 7% quidco)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/663519/lg-42lh3000-42-full-hd-lcd-tv-455-9


1080p is Fine if you prefer nastily over scaled images from SD feeds.

voted hot. great price for a 42" plasma . .
#12
Uridium
1080p is Fine if you prefer nastily over scaled images from SD feeds.

voted hot. great price for a 42" plasma . .


Whats the point in buying a new high def TV that is superb with SD? I personally want the best HD picture possible, even if my SD picture suffers slightly for now (although I dont notice it at all on mine!).

Soon SD broadcasts will be taken over by HD and then the 'great SD' picture will be useless. That is unless your one of the people that posted herelast week who changes their TV every 3 years?!?
#13
Wicked666
I do love the Pioneer's - my mum has a 43 inch 1080i one.

However, it buzzes really loudly - my sharp lcd doesn't so that is why I prefer LCD's to Plasma's.


43" Pioneers are quite old now, I have one in the attic but my 50" Panasonic Plasma and 32" Sharp LCD obliterate it. My Panasonic Plasma is great (I know the latest Pioneer Plasmas are better but it was double the price, but if you want the best be quick Pioneer stopped making screen's over a year ago you may find one). As for your Sharp, it's good but no where near the best. I have one and I bought my mum one, so as I said, good but there are better a lot better. The picture quality of this LG for a budget screen is amazing.
#14
SpoonyBoy
Whats the point in buying a new high def TV that is superb with SD? I personally want the best HD picture possible, even if my SD picture suffers slightly for now (although I dont notice it at all on mine!).

Soon SD broadcasts will be taken over by HD and then the 'great SD' picture will be useless. That is unless your one of the people that posted herelast week who changes their TV every 3 years?!?


This Screen is HD just not Full HD, and no one broadcasts in Full HD (1080P) or are likely too (bandwith limitations.) So you're going to have to scale to 1080p (not good). When these Bluray are shown on a 42" screen you're not going to see any difference. This LG is native at HD quailty so your point is what............?
#15
SpoonyBoy
Whats the point in buying a new high def TV that is superb with SD? I personally want the best HD picture possible, even if my SD picture suffers slightly for now (although I dont notice it at all on mine!).

Soon SD broadcasts will be taken over by HD and then the 'great SD' picture will be useless. That is unless your one of the people that posted herelast week who changes their TV every 3 years?!?


you won't see broadcast 1080p this side of 2015 I'm afraid.

SkyHD is 1080i and very few console games are native 1080p.

Even with SkyHD a PS3, an Xbox360 and Bluray at least 75% of the viewing in my household is still Standard definition. This is why i choose for now to stick with a very good quality 720p panel. In addition my usual seating distance is just under 5 mtr from the TV...far enough away that with my 42" Plasma the difference between 720p/1080p is negligible unless your name is Clark Kent

why buy a new TV that will make the majority of the stuff you watch look worse......I've had my 720p Plasma for 2yrs now and as long as it doesn't go TU then I'll imagine it will be another 5yrs before i see the need to change to a 1080p panel.

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