LG 42PQ1000 42" / Freeview Tuner built-in PLASMA-TV for only £499.00 with FREE 2 year warranty @ Conrad Direct (Free Delivery / HD Ready) - HotUKDeals
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The PQ1000-Series is equiped with 600 Hz Sub Field Driving technology (based on the 100 Hz TruMotion Technology) for flimmerfree image motions. The Dual XD Engine ensures the best image quality. You can control all HDMI connected appliences via one remote control with the SIPLINK system.

Included in the delivery:
Remote control (incl. Batteries)
Rotatable stand (+-20°)

Highlights
42" Screensize
Resolution 1024 x 768
100 Hz TruMotion with 600 Hz Sub Field Driving
Freeview Tuner built-in
USB 2.0 for MP3 and JPEG
1 HDMI-connection
Features:
Dual XD Engine 2008 image optimisation
24p Real Cinema
Intelligent Sensor II for automaticScreenadjustment to the background environment
XD Color for brillant colors
8-Days EPG over DVB-T/Freeview
7 optional screen modi
Teletext with 1000 page memory
Energy saving modus
Invisible speaker with 2 x 10 W RMS and integrated Subwoofer
SRS TruSurround XT Soundoptimising
Dolby Digital Decoder
5 Band Equalizer
Timer / Sleep-Timer
Child Lock.
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#1
1 HDMI-connection :-(
#2
1024 x 768? Not even full 720P. I don't know why Plasma makers insist on making their 720p sets not actually 720p. You CAN tell the difference.
#3
A 1000 model must be a budget model.
#4
any respected brand 42 " Plasma under £500.00 is a hot deal
#5
Fatal Exception
1024 x 768? Not even full 720P. I don't know why Plasma makers insist on making their 720p sets not actually 720p. You CAN tell the difference.


well your the only person than can.
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An alternative from the same stable which might be worth considering is the LG 42PQ6000 - Dixons have it for £15 more which isn't a huge leap. I bought one for my in-laws and have to say I was very impressed. I set it up and tested it with Virgin cable TV over RGB SCART (not the HD version), upscaled DVD, PS3 gaming and Bluray playback via the PS3 too and all were dependably excellent - I say that irrespective of the price as I own a Pioneer 428XD (8G) and while the Kuro is better, it's not necessarily 3 times better based on the cost...

The last thread offering the 6000 series as a deal was here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/411815/lg-42pq6000-42-plasma-tv-503-42-dix/

Black levels are pretty good, brilliantly natural colours, typically incredible plasma viewing angle, the panel seems pretty much image retention proof (my father in law watches a lot of sport with the persistent channel logos so I made a point of testing this while warning him "don't do this") and I couldn't spot a hint of judder on it, something that put me of the latest Panasonics. Couldn't see any posterisation on the material I tested on it - something that my Pio tends to suffer from on certain surfaces (annoyingly usually faces, thankfully only really seems to affect Sky News HD)

If you're considering the 42PG1000, might be worth looking at the 42PQ6000 - seems like a good bit more spec for only £15 more. Unlike a lot of the TV discussions that erupt on HUKD, I'm not dismissing this set saying "buy a Panasonic" or "buy a Kuro" - this is from the same manufacturer, just a better set for a fraction more :thumbsup:
#7
I think quite a lot of people are missing the attached 10% OFF VOUCHER which brings it down to under £450 delivered. You can purchase an HDMI splitter/switch for about a tenner so a very good big budget TV from LG's 2009 Range ... the question is what other sacrifices have been made to this TV over the 42PQ3000 which it is based on??

Agreed the LG 42PQ6000 is probably one of the best deals going at the moment if you are in the market for a large TV on a budget and the general consensus is it is a slightly better performer than the Panasonic PX10 range.;-)
#8
crofter
I think quite a lot of people are missing the attached 10% OFF VOUCHER which brings it down to under £450 delivered. You can purchase an HDMI splitter/switch for about a tenner so a very good big budget TV from LG's 2009 Range ... the question is what other sacrifices have been made to this TV over the 42PQ3000 which it is based on??

Agreed the LG 42PQ6000 is probably one of the best deals going at the moment if you are in the market for a large TV on a budget and the general consensus is it is a slightly better performer than the Panasonic PX10 range.;-)


I think a lot of people are a bit wary of buying from here too. I'd rather buy a TV from a bigger name. Link doesn't seem to work which doesn't inspire confidence . . .
#9
Cant believe this post is more than one month old!
#10
1 hmdi?

the samsung here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/470147/samsung-ps42b430p2wxxu-42-plasma-10
is better got this on Sat very good TV but no 1080p
#11
Fatal Exception
1024 x 768? Not even full 720P. I don't know why Plasma makers insist on making their 720p sets not actually 720p. You CAN tell the difference.


Ok this crops up every time so please take note - 720p, unlike 1080p, only specifies the HORIZONTAL line requirement - in this case at least 720 lines, so this is 720p capable (as is any screen with XXXX x 720 or more - no your old PC monitor isn't as it's not 16:9 widescreen). 1080p does specify 1920 x 1080 however.

Also, this is the standard in 80% of 720p plasmas (some are 1366 x 768) and works using rectangular pixels. However, with magic, the image is not squashed and a 1280 x 720p fed into it looks as good as any normal widescreen image.

Also, 720p plasma is the recognised best way to currently view standard definition TV (the majority of UK TV programmes still) on current generation High Def capable sets as they have less upscaling to do and looksexcellent at normal sitting distance. Don't be drawn in by the Full HD lark to much - games and Blu Ray look just as impressive in 720p at normal distance, and the only time I notice it is with a touch of stepping on the bright white subtitles.

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