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LG 50 INCH PLASMA TV, AND GET A FREE 19 INCH LCD TV £699.00 @ VERY

£699.00 @ Very
Thought this was a real bargain. 50 inch LG plasma tv, with a free 19 inch LCD tv as well. The huge 50in screen features 600Hz picture technology to ensure flicker-free motion and deep, vibrant colo…
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Thought this was a real bargain. 50 inch LG plasma tv, with a free 19 inch LCD tv as well.
The huge 50in screen features 600Hz picture technology to ensure flicker-free motion and deep, vibrant colours.
The LG 19in LCD TV 19LD350 is perfect for a kitchen or bedroom, also giving you high-definition viewing when linked to a HD receiver or Blu-ray player.

A built-in Freeview tuner gives access to a vast array of digital channels, with an eight-day electronic programme guide helping you organise your viewing.

Useful info:
50in LG TV:

Dimensions: H 32.2, w 47.9, d 12.1in

Resolution 1366 x 768

Contrast ratio 2,000,000:1

SRS TruSurround audio

3 x HDMI and SCART and USB sockets

Wall mountable (bracket not supplied)

19in LG TV:

Resolution 1366 x 768

Contrast ratio 50,000:1

Picture Wizard II

HDMI, SCART and PC Input socket
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#1
Resolution 1366 x 768 on a 50" Panel. No thank you!
#2
bytemaster
Resolution 1366 x 768 on a 50" Panel. No thank you!


shows how much you understand.
i bet you couldnt even tell the difference.

its perfectly fine for Sky/cable/freeview and indeed Sky HD/Virgin HD/freeview/sat HD too.
I'd rather have a good 50" plasma at 720p than a crappy LCD with colour bleed, bad black levels and backlighting problems at 1080p.
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bytemaster;8704016
Resolution 1366 x 768 on a 50" Panel. No thank you!

ignoramus alert :whistling:
#4
csiman
ignoramus alert :whistling:


I take it you are announcing your presence.
#5
bytemaster
I take it you are announcing your presence.


haha lol.
#6
csiman
ignoramus alert :whistling:


slackrat77
shows how much you understand.
i bet you couldnt even tell the difference.

its perfectly fine for Sky/cable/freeview and indeed Sky HD/Virgin HD/freeview/sat HD too.
I'd rather have a good 50" plasma at 720p than a crappy LCD with colour bleed, bad black levels and backlighting problems at 1080p.


For SD I would agree, or compared to a crappy LCD. However for Full HD or PC use a decent Full HD or LCD is much better.

A lot depends on viewing distance, sit sufficiently far away and this would be fine, but for closer 'immersive' viewing I would want Full HD on a set this size.

I'm not knocking plasma, just lo-res on a large panel. I do have experience of both.
#7
deathtrap3000
haha lol.


I needed your avatar
#8
bytemaster
For SD I would agree, or compared to a crappy LCD. However for Full HD or PC use a decent Full HD or LCD is much better.

A lot depends on viewing distance, sit sufficiently far away and this would be fine, but for closer 'immersive' viewing I would want Full HD on a set this size.

I'm not knocking plasma, just lo-res on a large panel. I do have experience of both.


its still not really a low res, maybe for a PC monitor is might be and certainly I moved from a 32" 720p to a 37" 1080p set for that exact reason.

having recently seen the likes of Avatar on bluray played on a panasonic 720p plasma and a 1080p LCD of the same size (42" in this case), the plasma was a more pleasureable viewing experience.

but yes agreed if you are going to use it as a monitor, you may want that higher res, depending on your eyesight!

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