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Manufacturer's Description
The HD Ready PQ3000 series delivers superior 600Hz sub-field driving technology to eliminate motion blur, perfect for watching sport and movies.

42PQ3000
The HD Ready PQ3000 series delivers superior 600Hz sub-field driving technology to eliminate motion blur, perfect for watching sport and movies.

HD Ready
High-definition television, or HDTV, is a new standard of TV with better-quality picture and sound than normal TV, the sort of standard you would see at a cinema. HDTV brings you closer to the action, offering more colours and a higher resolution picture (twice as many horizontal lines). This can make HDTV images clearer, sharper, more detailed and very life-like.


Freeview/Digital
With LG, youll be ready for the digital switchover. By 2012, all areas of the UK will receive TV in digital as opposed to analogue. Freeview is a subscription free service which brings up to 48 digital TV channels including ITV2, E4, BBC3, and Film4, 24 digital radio stations, no contract and no satellite dish.

x3 HDMI
Connect your games console, blu-ray player or home cinema system through the 3 HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) ports for a true High Definition multimedia experience.


AV Mode
AV Mode enables you to customise picture settings to suit what you watch. LG TVs have three special modes (Cinema, Sport and Game modes) for enhanced picture and audio quality. These are easily accessible using the AV MODE hot key on the remote control. Cinema Mode - Watch movies with vivid colour, smoother motion and cinematic sound effect. Sport Mode Takes you closer to the action by emphasising the main colours and reducing motion blur. Game Mode Optimises the TV for computer and / or games console for a more dynamic gaming experience.


USB
The USB 2.0 feature allows you to connect a USB mass storage device to your LG product in order to play audio (MP3) files and display JPEG images, giving you the ability to quickly transfer photographs and music to your TV.

600Hz
LG 600Hz Sub-Field Driving Plasma technology provides zero motion blur and the ultimate razor sharp response time perfect for watching high speed viewing such as sports and movies.

Invisible Speaker
The front bezel works as a speaker, replacing the normal speaker grill. With the Invisible Speaker System, the speakers are embedded in strategic spots underneath and around the front bezel. They enhance the audio by increasing the sweet spot to give a wider and richer sound field. This speaker system provides a clean and fashionable design compared with traditional side or bottom speaker designs.
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#1
http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?page=Product&sku=854909&camp_id=ppc_tvcamp__lg-42pq3000-42_P&gclid=CJqk9cKI2JsCFZ0U4wodLEBQAQ&source_id=aw

there's 3% at topcashback too. Voted hot for your avatar to counter act those who probably voted cold because of it!
#2
cheers i knew there would be someone who could find it cheaper.
#3
How can they claim this is HD-Ready when it can't display a 1280 x 720 image? It is 1024 x 768.
#4
HedgyHoggy
How can they claim this is HD-Ready when it can't display a 1280 x 720 image? It is 1024 x 768.


One of the criteria of HD is the ablity to display vertical scan lines of 720 lines
progressive(720p)1080 lines interlaced(1080i)or higher,so 768 makes it HD
ready,i'm pretty sure someone with more idea than me will be along shortly:lol:
#5
HedgyHoggy
How can they claim this is HD-Ready when it can't display a 1280 x 720 image? It is 1024 x 768.


All 42" plasma's are 1024x768. due to Palsma's not using square pixel's.

As long as it can display greater than 720 vertical lines then it's HD ready.

too many people get hung up on numbers and forget image quality is more important ;-)
#6
Why so cold with such few comments?
#7
Probably because the post below it was for a far superior Panny Plasma for just £30 more.
banned#8
equalityforall;5764155
Why so cold with such few comments?

maybe cos its £499 here:-

http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/showproduct/42PQ3000/42+HD+Ready+Plasma+TV+with+built+in+Digital+Freeview+3x+HDMI+and+USB.html?gclid=CN6vkrOB2psCFaAA4wodF1yAhw

took me all of 5 secs in google to find loads cheaper!
#9


£20 on a £500 purchase isnt 'loads' also considering delivery rates which are what from prcdirect?! Coupled with the fact that Amazon are probably the most well respected online retailer said £20 saving is negligible.

Gone for a 50" Lg from john lewis.

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