LG 42PG3000 42" HD Ready Plasma TV with Built in Digital Freeview 20,000:1 contrast - HotUKDeals
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Don't forget 2.5% quidco!
I know you can get 42" plasmas for the $530 range, but they all come with far less contrast ratio - it's those cheap panels with 8000:10 or 10000:1. This is a full 20000:1!

Description
42" HD Ready Plasma TV with built in Digital Freeview, 100Hz, Dual XD Engine and 3 x HDMI.

Specifications & Features
Picture/Display
42 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
20,000:1 Contrast Ratio
1,500cd/m2 cd/m2 Screen Brightness
NTSC, PAL, SECAM Compatible
Digital Noise Reduction
1024x768 pixels
3d combfilter
24P (Frames Per Second) Playback
Manufacturers Technology Features
HD Ready
Convenience
Freeview
EPG (Guide Plus+)
Sound & Power Output
10 + 10 W Power Output Per Channel
SRS TruSurround XT
Clear Voice
Connections
3 x HDMI Connection/s
1 x S-Video Connection/s
1 x Component Video Connection/s
1 x Optical Terminal Connection/s
1 x Composite Video Connection/s
1 x RS232 Connection/s
1 x PC D-Sub Connection/s
1 x Front/Side AV Connection/s

Accessories Supplied
Pedestal stand
Remote Control
User Manual
Mains Cable
Batteries
Warranty Card
Power,Weight & Dimensions
25.5 Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
35 Kg Weight Inc Packaging (Approx)
1040.0 X 674.0 X 84.0 mm (W/H/D) Dimensions
100~240V / 50/60Hz Mains Power
310 W Power Consumption
0.8 W Standby Power Consumption
Warranty
1 Year Warranty
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#1
Got one of these, I find LG very good, superb picture quality, Voted HOT
banned#2
Good price. Good specs. Voted Hot.
#3
Is this 1080p?
#4
londonthing98
Is this 1080p?


No 1080p is 1920×1080
However this is 1024x768 pixels which still means you will get a very detailed picture.
#5
what's does the 100hz do? Usually it's around 50/60Hz

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