LG 50PG3000 50" Plasma Screen - Only £689 - HotUKDeals
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LG 50PG3000 Plasma Screen


50 inches for less then £700. This has to be a bargain
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#1
Only £639.88 delivered here
#2
oooooooooooooooops! I heated without checking the store and first comment :(
#3
£649.95 collect in store here (for those who can't wait for delivery)
http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=LG-50PG30STARSTAR
#4
COld, cheaper elsewhere AND this is from prixmania
#5
It's only got a resolution of 1366 x 768. Why would you compromise full HD on a screen this size? Penny-wise pound foolish if you ask me.
#6
BargainMad
It's only got a resolution of 1366 x 768. Why would you compromise full HD on a screen this size? Penny-wise pound foolish if you ask me.


you just want one reason?
only blu-ray with its very low consumer base outputs tru 1080p so upscaling sd to this res is easier and produces better performance from the set.
#7
maddogb
you just want one reason?
only blu-ray with its very low consumer base outputs tru 1080p so upscaling sd to this res is easier and produces better performance from the set.


Whilst I take the point you make in reference to emerging HD formats, the quality of the upscaling circuits employed by the "better" manufacturers leads to higher quality output than budget models. (though as always there are some exceptions ;-) )
Most Sky HD is natively 1080i AFAIK, my 360 does 1080i/p as does my PS3. As for a "very low consumer base" blu-ray is the predominant HD format at the moment but this has little or no bearing when relating to the output resolution performance of TV's (resolutions will increase rather than decrease in the future). It's just my opinion that it's false economy to invest in a budget priced 50" of this resolution. It's a good time to cash in on falling prices at the moment for the discerning purchaser - I hate to think how much less my £1600 47" would cost now. At the end of the day it's a question of "horses for courses":thumbsup:

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