LG 42PJ350 42-inch Widescreen HD Ready 600Hz Plasma TV with Freeview £349 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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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
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#1
Been around this price for several months when u do a search
thre is a lot of positive reviews however many negatives as well

if u do make the plunge have a look at avforums as there's an owners thread with all tips on best settings etc
#2
#3
Bargain - so many cheap TV deals at the moment so tempting! :D

Edited By: J400uk on Dec 25, 2010 22:34
#4
If you goggle the model a lot of companies are selling this TV for around the same price!!!!!!!(_;)
#5
not sure why anyone would want a HD ready tv
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ssouthall6
not sure why anyone would want a HD ready tv


Not everyone needs 1080p, only Blu-ray at the minute really takes advantage of it. Plus you might be at a viewing distance where Full HD won't be distinguishable from an HD Ready set.

Just some ideas.
#7
ssouthall6
not sure why anyone would want a HD ready tv


I guarantee that if i stuck you infront of 2 decent 42inch TV's one 1080p the other HD ready you wouldn't tell the difference. My Gran has got a 42inch Samsung HD ready and the picture via bluray is as good as any 1080p set ive seen and ive seen a lot, its as good as my £1500 Toshiba, its just people on here don't know what they are talking about and don't even understand what the 1080p is and most of what we watch is not 1080p anyway just because the **** down at Curry's tells you that you must have a 1080p set he's wrong Sky and Virgin is 720p/1080i so a HD ready TV is more than enough i'd rather have a good everyday picture than a stunning full HD one that has a **** picture 99% of the rest of the time on SD.

For £30 more you can have the 1080p version probably a better buy in the long run.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-42LD450-42-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B003H1048C/ref=pd_cp_ce_1


Edited By: polly69 on Dec 26, 2010 01:59
#8
I understand what you're saying but as someone that watches blurays regularly I can really notice the difference on my 1080i Samsung. Not that it matters anyway, because that wasn't my point- the point is if another tv out there meets the other variable requirements- and smpte covers most of them anyway- why would you want a tv whose resolution has already been superseded at a similar cost??
#9
Is the Panasonic G20 worth the extra over this??
#10
no such thing as 600hz, marketing ploy, 200hz is maximum i think, having said that this is still a very good price for a branded 42", sly hd only outputs in 720p so not much need for full HD unless your a bluray junkie.
#11
that 1080p model above is the LCD version, so not the same. this is a great Tv for the price and plasma at 720p will give a much superior and CRT like appearance to SD channels than the monitor like LED/LCD. The G20 however has freeview HD, a superior 1080p panel and superior image processing
#12
vamos124
Is the Panasonic G20 worth the extra over this??


yes
#13
Quite agree! I have one 1080 and one 720 and can't tell the difference when watching normal TV or when watching Blu-Rays.

polly69
ssouthall6
not sure why anyone would want a HD ready tv


I guarantee that if i stuck you infront of 2 decent 42inch TV's one 1080p the other HD ready you wouldn't tell the difference. My Gran has got a 42inch Samsung HD ready and the picture via bluray is as good as any 1080p set ive seen and ive seen a lot, its as good as my £1500 Toshiba, its just people on here don't know what they are talking about and don't even understand what the 1080p is and most of what we watch is not 1080p anyway just because the **** down at Curry's tells you that you must have a 1080p set he's wrong Sky and Virgin is 720p/1080i so a HD ready TV is more than enough i'd rather have a good everyday picture than a stunning full HD one that has a **** picture 99% of the rest of the time on SD.

For £30 more you can have the 1080p version probably a better buy in the long run.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-42LD450-42-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B003H1048C/ref=pd_cp_ce_1


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