LG 50PJ550 - 50" Plasma TV - £499 Delivered @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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Suprised this isn't on Hotukdeals, seen it on a TV advert! Ok I know it's not 1080p but this is 50" for 499 quid, the cheapest 50"er on sale? A LOT of TV for the money!

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 Teletext Teletext
Other functions Smart Energy Saving Plus
Picture Wizard
Razor Frame design
General Remote control Yes
Accesories included 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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Got to be full HD if you're buying a TV that big. Cold.
#2
you only need 720p if you're only playing 720p. hot.
#3
kpmatthews
you only need 720p if you're only playing 720p. hot.


If you can afford to buy a £500 50" TV then I'm sure you can afford HD!
#4
kpmatthews
you only need 720p if you're only playing 720p. hot.

Might as well watch SD tv.........
#5
Think you can get a 1080 for extra £50.

Cold
#6
unless you're using it as a PC monitor, 1080p is not much different to 720p for THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE.
we had this TV setup next to the PK590, with a blu ray playing Harry Potter thru an HDMI splitter.
I used the calibrations from AVForums on both TVs, I couldnt find any customers that could tell me which was 1080p and which wasnt.

am voting cold cos its not 1440p
#7
slackrat77
unless you're using it as a PC monitor, 1080p is not much different to 720p for THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE.
we had this TV setup next to the PK590, with a blu ray playing Harry Potter thru an HDMI splitter.
I used the calibrations from AVForums on both TVs, I couldnt find any customers that could tell me which was 1080p and which wasnt.

am voting cold cos its not 1440p

http://satellitetvguru.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/720p_vs_1080p.jpg
#8
dandoc2
slackrat77
unless you're using it as a PC monitor, 1080p is not much different to 720p for THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE.
we had this TV setup next to the PK590, with a blu ray playing Harry Potter thru an HDMI splitter.
I used the calibrations from AVForums on both TVs, I couldnt find any customers that could tell me which was 1080p and which wasnt.

am voting cold cos its not 1440p

http://satellitetvguru.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/720p_vs_1080p.jpg


yep and the majority of the people buying TVs have no clue cos at a decent viewing distance, & with a decent quality TV, those little jaggies in the 720p picture will be unnoticable to most people.

me personyally, I have 2 1080p TVs, a 50" and a 37", both of them do get used as PC monitors tho and its so much better than having the massive desktop in 720p.

but for those ordinary folks, like the people I sell to, one of whom asked me once for (no word of a lie) a "Billy Ray player", its not ENOUGH of a difference.
though people will specify that their mate/pub expert/taxi driver has told them to get one "that does the ten eighty" cos its a better picture....and they have freeview, or a cable box with a scart connection.


or it could just be the hillbilly town I live and work in!
#10
Hi, what is the processor on this product? Thanks

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