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LG 50PK350 - 50" HD 1080p 600Hz Plasma TV - £469.99 Delivered @ Dixons (+ 3% Quidco / 3.03% TCB)

£469.99 @ Dixons
Following on from the Amazon deal.. - this item is IN STOCK @ Dixons with free delivery. (and same price as the amazon deal without the 1-2 months delivery time) LG 50PK350 - 50" HD 1080p 600Hz …
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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Following on from the Amazon deal.. - this item is IN STOCK @ Dixons with free delivery. (and same price as the amazon deal without the 1-2 months delivery time)

LG 50PK350 - 50" HD 1080p 600Hz Plasma TV - £469.99 Delivered @ Dixons (+ 3% Quidco / 3.03% TCB)

Product Features

50" Full HD 1080p Plasma TV with Freeview
600Hz
Intelligent Sensor 2
2 x HDMI
USB connectivity

Technical Details

Screen size (in.) - 50
Display Type - Plasma
Full HD (1080p) - Yes
Resolution - 1920 x 1080p
Contrast Ratio - 3-000-000:1
Aspect Ratio - 16:9
HDMI Inputs - 2
Picture Wizard - Yes
Audio Output - 10W + 10W
Clear Voice - Yes (Clear Voice II)
Intelligent Sensor - Yes
Energy Saving recommended - Yes
Smart Energy Saving Plus - Yes
USB 2.0 (DivX HD- MP3- Jpeg play) - Yes
Award - isf Certification
Razor Frame (Narrow frame and Slim depth) - Yes
SET (w/o stand) (mm) - 1171.4 x 720.9 x 55.3
Including stand (mm) - 1171.4 x 781.8 x 309.7
VESA Dimensions (mm) - 400 x 400
SET Weight (w/o stand kg) - 28.6
Including stand (kg) - 31


http://www.avforums.com/review/LG-PK350-50PK350-Review.html

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#1
http://brain.pan.e-merchant.com/7/3/04877737/l_04877737.jpg

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#2
Misleading advertising this is "FULL HD", not just "HD Ready."
Good Tv and great deal price.
#3
ICTHUS
Misleading advertising this is "FULL HD", not just "HD Ready."
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Title in thread amended.

Dixons list it as Full HD 1080p

Thanks

Edited By: RickT on May 06, 2011 14:43: edit
#4
Not quite the same as Amazon around £15 more but i you want it now then cool, heat added for next week del.
#5
realdeals
Not quite the same as Amazon around £15 more but i you want it now then cool, heat added for next week del.


Yeah, £15 more than what Amazon was charging before they increased the price to £469.

The price on Amazon has now gone up to £469 with still the 1 to 2 Month delivery time.

Thanks

Amazon.co.uk
£469.99 & this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery. See details and conditions

1 - 2 Months Delivery.





Edited By: RickT on May 06, 2011 14:53
#6
RickT
ICTHUS
Misleading advertising this is "FULL HD", not just "HD Ready."
.


Title in thread amended.

Dixons list it as Full HD 1080p

Thanks


Time to change the title again, 1920x1080p is Full HD
So no need for the HD Ready text I'd say as that could suggest it isn't Full HD, I know the title now shows the resolution (1080p) but all confusion is started with a title ;)
#7
darkovo

Time to change the title again, 1920x1080p is Full HD
So no need for the HD Ready text I'd say as that could suggest it isn't Full HD, I know the title now shows the resolution (1080p) but all confusion is started with a title ;)


lol..

Gone for ..

LG 50PK350 50" HD 1080p 600Hz Plasma TV

Thanks

Edited By: RickT on May 06, 2011 15:25
2 Likes #8
I got John Lewis to price match Richer Sounds for £469 so comes with 5 year warranty as well.
#9
Amazing price this is now. It's not just cheap, it's damn good too. The colours are accurate, ansi contrast is strong, and it's great for cinema.

One big downside: it's very reflective. If you watch scenes with dark stuff, eg movies, you should do so with no light falling on the screen - that means heavy curtains/shutters in the day.
#10
Make sure you put the correct settings in for this & don't just stick with the default, makes the pic MUCH better
#11
http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/tvs/lg-50pk350/

Good Review's Above ^^



Edited By: RickT on May 06, 2011 20:24
#12
arfster
Amazing price this is now. It's not just cheap, it's damn good too. The colours are accurate, ansi contrast is strong, and it's great for cinema.

One big downside: it's very reflective. If you watch scenes with dark stuff, eg movies, you should do so with no light falling on the screen - that means heavy curtains/shutters in the day.


Most plasma's are. The Panasonic S20 is the same. If you're in a bright room you're best opting for LCD or arguably better still LED.
banned 1 Like #13
It's Dixons.
Won't there be something wrong with it? oO
#14
markwigg
[quote=arfster]
Most plasma's are. The Panasonic S20 is the same. If you're in a bright room you're best opting for LCD or arguably better still LED.

Most plasmas have an anti-reflective coating though, of varying qualities (the G20 for example is excellent).

The pk350 has no anti reflective coating at all though, it's just straight glass. That's not all downside - the coatings actually compromise brightness a little, so if you do use it as a darkroom movie screen it's actually a (small) plus. For daytime viewing though, the picture quality in dark scenes is massively compromised - it's the most reflective HDTV I've ever seen.


As for settings: I've measured a few of these and other LG pk models, and expert1 is always the best of the defaults (as in lowest colour errors and best greyscale). Movie is worse, and standard is a lot worse.


Edited By: arfster on May 07, 2011 01:32
#15
Kind of on two minds on this... I had bought it for £650 from Currys just before Christmas. I ended up taking it back because it had bad image retention and the blacks were a bit meh - I could live with it but when the set had developed its third dead or stuck pixel (a big dirty red one right in the middle of the screen) I took it back and demanded a refund. However, people's reactions and reviews to this set seem to all be really positive, so I have no idea if I had just got a duff one or not...

Edited By: RokkaMan on May 07, 2011 02:56
#16
The image retention issues largely disappear over time - perhaps not for people who watch 24hr news channels a lot, and especially not for gamers I imagine.
#18
This is basically the same as the well regarded LG50PK590 minus one or two bells 'n whistles ...

Bargain as long as you don't want Freeview HD or intend to plug lots of hdmi devices into it - would be ideal as a bedroom/gaming TV.
#19
arfster
The image retention issues largely disappear over time - perhaps not for people who watch 24hr news channels a lot, and especially not for gamers I imagine.


That's why I had bought it, for gaming. I'm tempted to get again just hoping I get a better panel...
#20
I play a LOT of COD on this TV on my Xbox & it's an excellent gaming panel.
#21
I paid £600 for this before xmas,plus paid an extra £60 for 5 years warranty from Richer Sounds.

Had to get them out a few months back to cure some buzzing sounds (really really bad), which seems to have resolved it (they swapped out 2 components).

Excellent TV, especially at this price :)
#22


Yes, that's a good review. I found roughly similar figures for colour accuracy and contrast. As above: it's a terrific screen for home cinema use in darkened rooms, where reflections aren't a problem.
#23
lenny6582
I got John Lewis to price match Richer Sounds for £469 so comes with 5 year warranty as well.

how then hell did you do that i am really struggling
i orderd one through amerzon for 439.99 but canceld it coz of the 1 to 2 month wait
please i really need help on this
1 Like #24
Richer Sounds put price back up to £499 but John Lewis will match and include delivery and 5 year warranty in that.
If you were not aware, one can request a price match online at http://www.johnlewis.com/help/nkupricematchform.aspx If not fussed about the warranty then Dixons at 470 with 3% quidco best bet.
I believe various other companies doing 499 inc Tesco and Pixmania.
Can you believe Amazon quoting 1 to 2 months for delivey !!

Edited By: MoneyDoctor on May 10, 2011 00:45: Added John Lewis link
#25
MoneyDoctor
Richer Sounds put price back up to £499 but John Lewis will match and include delivery and 5 year warranty in that.
If you were not aware, one can request a price match online at http://www.johnlewis.com/help/nkupricematchform.aspx If not fussed about the warranty then Dixons at 470 with 3% quidco best bet.
I believe various other companies doing 499 inc Tesco and Pixmania.
Can you believe Amazon quoting 1 to 2 months for delivey !!

thanks so much just have to wait and get a price match or find another 50 " below the 500 mark
#26
MoneyDoctor
Richer Sounds put price back up to £499 but John Lewis will match and include delivery and 5 year warranty in that.
If you were not aware, one can request a price match online at http://www.johnlewis.com/help/nkupricematchform.aspx If not fussed about the warranty then Dixons at 470 with 3% quidco best bet.
I believe various other companies doing 499 inc Tesco and Pixmania.
Can you believe Amazon quoting 1 to 2 months for delivey !!


thanks for that, Dixons no longer have it available so £30 more with a 5 year warranty is the way!

EDIT: Dixon's have it available again

Edited By: marvmikey on May 10, 2011 17:26: Dixons back in stock
#27
marvmikey
MoneyDoctor
Richer Sounds put price back up to £499 but John Lewis will match and include delivery and 5 year warranty in that.
If you were not aware, one can request a price match online at http://www.johnlewis.com/help/nkupricematchform.aspx If not fussed about the warranty then Dixons at 470 with 3% quidco best bet.
I believe various other companies doing 499 inc Tesco and Pixmania.
Can you believe Amazon quoting 1 to 2 months for delivey !!

thanks for that, Dixons no longer have it available so £30 more with a 5 year warranty is the way!

EDIT: Dixon's have it available again



it`s a shame that John Lewis will not match dixons or amazon :(

Edited By: pipppy on May 10, 2011 21:36: not the correct english lol

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