LG 50" PLASMA HD READY AT CURRYS (PLUS £35 OFF & 6% QUIDCO = £434.04 - EXPIRES 07/DEC)) £499 @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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The LG 50PJ550 50" HD Ready Plasma TV delivers a breathtaking picture, thanks to a mighty dynamic contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1 and detail-packed 720p HD resolution.

Thanks to its built-in digital Freeview tuner, you'll never be short of entertainment choices with the LG 50PJ550 50" HD Ready Plasma TV, while the presence of two HDMI connectors means you can really exploit the full potential of the television by hooking up to High Definition devices such as Blu-ray players and game consoles.

Other nice features of the LG 50PJ550 include a VGA input for connecting up with your PC, as well as a USB port, which allows you to play DivX HD videos, MP3 files and JPEG photos through the TV!

The LG 50PJ550 50" HD Ready Plasma TV impresses with its sound quality as well, and includes built-in stereo 10W speakers to add to the immersive experience.

With its stunning Razor Frame design, the LG 50PJ550 50" HD Ready Plasma TV is sure to grace any room with its looks, and is equally rewarding in its performance!

Screen
Format 16:9
Screen size 50"
Brightness (in cd/m²) 1500 cd/m2
Contrast 3,000,000:1 (dynamic)
Response time (in ms) The response time of a plasma screen is practically zero. It is only limited by the speed of the video processor.
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1365 x 768 pixels (720p)
Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) Viewing angle free
Audio
Audio Power 20W total
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound Stereo
Speakers Built-in
Connectivity
Connectivity 2 x HDMI
2 x SCART
1 x USB 2.0 (DivX HD, MP3, Jpeg play)
1 x VGA (15 pin D-Sub) PC input
1 x PC Audio Input
1 x RS-232C (Control / SVC)
1 x RF in
SCART connectors 2
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 2
PC Input 1
Tuner
Standard DVB-T digital Freeview tuner
Double Tuner No
Functions
TV text Teletext
Other functions Smart Energy Saving Plus
Picture Wizard
Razor Frame design
General
Remote control Yes
Accessories supplied Stand, remote control, power cable, documentation
Dimensions (mm) Without stand: 1171 x 724 x 55.3 mm (W x H x D)
Weight (kg) Without stand: 28.6 kg
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#1
50" and only 720 ? and £500, no deal for me.

If it was the LG 50PK350/590 etc. then fine but almost ancient technology now.
#2
£434.04 after discount and quidco...sure cant be bad for price for a big screen. Esp when stuff like Sky HD isnt even 1080p :|
#3
seems a cracking pice for 50" cant believe i gave 32" crt to my brother not long ago, cost me 800 quid few years ago, id buy it if had the room

Edited By: pughy2000 on Dec 04, 2010 03:46
#4
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50" and only 720 ? and £500, no deal for me.

If it was the LG 50PK350/590 etc. then fine but almost ancient technology now.


what ARE you on about?
ancient?
#5
Sorry but only 720p so not for me but still good price for a big screen
banned#6
better off with bestbuy (50pk350 for £467 - FULL HD)
banned#8
"detail-packed 720p HD resolution" thanks needed a good laugh
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trevordavies
"detail-packed 720p HD resolution" thanks needed a good laugh


ahh yes us omniscient 1080p people, we laugh and mock and the ones with 720p. for they see SLIGHTLY LESS DETAIL ON HD BROADCASTS!

they should be rounded up and executed.

and those that fail to update to the next level of HD after 1080p, they will be the worst scum of all.

and the 3D people, they are like some weird lesbian cousin of HD. we just ignore them
#10
I purchased one of these after seeing it next to a LG 50pk350 in Currys and I couldn't tell any difference in them, the picture on both looked superb from 7ft plus and I honestly could not see the point in paying the extra for a full hd tv. I managed to get the tv delivered for £415 (that was without Quidco) and it wont be long before this telly becomes available for £399 as new models arrive. I have owned this tv for nearly a month and in that time I have had many visitors, some of them are full hd tv owners and they all comment on how good the picture is on this tv. If you are thinking about a 50 inch tv which is only hd ready and some of the comments on here are putting you off then my advise to you is go and look at one on in a shop and make your own mind up.

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