LG 50PK350 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 600Hz Plasma TV with Freeview £554.07 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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LG 50PK350 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 600Hz Plasma TV with Freeview £554.07 @ Amazon

£554.07 @ Amazon
Product Features * 50" HD-Ready 1080p Plasma TV with Freeview * 600Hz * Intelligent Sensor 2 * 2 x HDMI * USB connectivity Technical Details Screen size (in.… Read More
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banned6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Product Features

* 50" HD-Ready 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
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banned 1 Like #1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/71%2Bg9BFnZEL._AA1200_.jpg
#2
Nice spot i know peeps are not too much into lg pointing towrads durabilty and badge snobbery but ive racked up over 20k hours on a 1080i lcd mostly used in split screen mood for gaming now thats durable no badge snobbery here
#3
excellent tv this one.
#4
Cracking TV, had this one for about 2 months now, better picture than Panny Viera 42'' I had previously
#5
have the pk590, the next model up. wor lass is watching Avatar blu ray right now, looks stunning
#6
Excellent tv. I paid 600 for this one a month ago so hot hot hot!!!!
#7
If poor blacks,motion blur, severe image retention and an odd yellow glow around fast moving objects do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund. Much better tv's can be bought with a few hundred more.
#8
realdeals
Nice spot i know peeps are not too much into lg pointing towrads durabilty and badge snobbery but ive racked up over 20k hours on a 1080i lcd mostly used in split screen mood for gaming now thats durable no badge snobbery here
LCD? This is plasma. Very different beast.
#9
Gozman
If poor blacks,motion blur, severe image retention and an odd yellow glow around fast moving objects do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund. Much better tv's can be bought with a few hundred more.


Blacks: 0.013footlambert - ie excellent. Higher ansi contrast ratio than Samsungs or even the Panasonic G20/V20. You can get better with some LED-backlit lCDs, but those bring a whole lot of other problems instead.

Image retention: only in the first 200 hours

Yellow glow: no idea what that's about.


The only problem with these sets is the glare - they are very reflective and best for movie viewing in the dark.
#10
Arfster speaks the truth
#11
Gozman
If poor blacks,motion blur, severe image retention and an odd yellow glow around fast moving objects do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund. Much better tv's can be bought with a few hundred more.

Only a few hundred pounds more? Wow, well pointed out!
#12
Gozman
If ...motion blur.. do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund.

People thinking about getting this TV - I wouldn't listen to anyone who complains about motion blur; people on avforums used to put down any 50Hz TV saying that actions scenes were a blurring mess and that 50Hz TVs were unsuitable for gaming. I bought a 50Hz LCD TV last year and the only blurring I have ever seen is on footage where the source is blurred (ie when you pause it it is still blurred, therefore every TV in the world would blur because that's how the programme/film has been recorded and it is meant to be like that - annoyingly at the time Argos were using a demo programme which was blurred, so every TV on display looked blurry). I know what motion blur looks like because my PSP blurs on fast games, but in my experience it is largely scaremongering on TVs. This TV has a refresh rate 12 times as high as mine, so if anything it should even less likely to blur. That said I was buying a new TV I'd be keen to go to a shop and see it working first.

Hot deal!
banned#13
skipster3000
Gozman
If ...motion blur.. do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund.

People thinking about getting this TV - I wouldn't listen to anyone who complains about motion blur; people on avforums used to put down any 50Hz TV saying that actions scenes were a blurring mess and that 50Hz TVs were unsuitable for gaming. I bought a 50Hz LCD TV last year and the only blurring I have ever seen is on footage where the source is blurred (ie when you pause it it is still blurred, therefore every TV in the world would blur because that's how the programme/film has been recorded and it is meant to be like that - annoyingly at the time Argos were using a demo programme which was blurred, so every TV on display looked blurry). I know what motion blur looks like because my PSP blurs on fast games, but in my experience it is largely scaremongering on TVs. This TV has a refresh rate 12 times as high as mine, so if anything it should even less likely to blur. That said I was buying a new TV I'd be keen to go to a shop and see it working first.

Hot deal!


Well said, As for seeing it before you buy, currys have this on offer for £599 so you could go instore, check it out and then order off amazon, just like i did ;)
#14
high street stores, just a showroom for the internet.

eventually they'll all be gone and all sales staff will be working in warehouses or support centres.

according to bitterwallet anyhow
#15
Best price around, and free delivery! 8)
#16
Hot from me, and ordered! I was looking for a big LED, but can't justify the prices at the mo. This will do for 2 or 3 years...and now I've got to get my 2 year-old 46" Samsung onto the bedroom wall!!!

Thanks OP!
#17
Gozman
If poor blacks,motion blur, severe image retention and an odd yellow glow around fast moving objects do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund. Much better tv's can be bought with a few hundred more.


Are you mad? Oh look, no ratings at all.
figures
#18
good price for a 50 inch plasma... Voted hot for the price Nothing to match panasonic g20 though. I am still waiting for panny to come down in price..
#19
I have this TV and it is brilliant for gaming , TV and Blu Ray's.

Has a reflective issue due to the plasma screen but apart from that it's brilliant.
#20
realdeals
Nice spot i know peeps are not too much into lg pointing towrads durabilty and badge snobbery but ive racked up over 20k hours on a 1080i lcd mostly used in split screen mood for gaming now thats durable no badge snobbery here

That would work out to eight hours a day everyday for over six years.

Well done;)
#21
Hi - can anyone confirm if this is wall mountable ?

Cheers
#22
yes it is wall mountable - get a mount for under £30 on ebay as I did :) just type in "LG slim mount" and you should see one for under £30 with free delivery :)

Edited By: mumjit on Sep 11, 2010 12:43: edit
#24
nma50n
Cracking TV, had this one for about 2 months now, better picture than Panny Viera 42'' I had previously


Very interesting.

When you say better picture quality, are you saying HD, SD or both?

I have a Panny 42" 720p set and the SD image quality is VERY good.
#25
jammiev
cold, this one is far better for another £100!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003FMSIW2/ref=asc_df_B003FMSIW2851388?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=
****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003FMSIW2


The TV in your link is £100 more, but it has got some pretty good reviews. I hate to say it, but I think I would pay the extra £100.
#26
Pretty good TV. Voted hot!
#27
jammiev
cold, this one is far better for another £100!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003FMSIW2/ref=asc_df_B003FMSIW2851388?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=
****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003FMSIW2


Although it's £100 more, £100 is a lot of money. Saying that I would pay it for the extra 2 HDMI sockets and the wifi side of things. On the other hand though, I wouldn't buy another plasma tv after owning a Samsung B550 LCD which is awesome. I would happily buy another Samsung LCD over a plasma any day. I have owned a Panasonic 42" plasma, it was fine, nothing special although it is still going strong after approximately 4 years (sold to a family member). It's all about personal preference though eh.
#28
fas702
Hi - can anyone confirm if this is wall mountable ?

Cheers


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Designer-Habitat-BRACKET-Samsung-Philips/dp/B003U46SWC/ref=pd_sim_ce_2
#29
sunama
jammiev
cold, this one is far better for another £100!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003FMSIW2/ref=asc_df_B003FMSIW2851388?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=
" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003FMSIW2/ref=asc_df_B003FMSIW2851388?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=
****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003FMSIW2


The TV in your link is £100 more, but it has got some pretty good reviews. I hate to say it, but I think I would pay the extra £100.

people people people dont forget some places can do quidco so shop around. i picked up the 590 for 630 from dixons. shame amazon dont do quidco but these days the retails do compete and when we got the 590 the price from various online retailers were similar.

both 590 and 350 are decent tvs but for me 590 was worth paying more for.
Sol
#30
I'm thinking of buying another one of this.
Bought last one for £599 + 60 for 5 year warranty from Richer Sounds.

Does anyone know whether i could get RS to pricematch and then take out 5 year warranty?

edit: hmm it's out of stock now...

Edited By: Simplexity on Sep 11, 2010 16:11: update
banned#31
Still available to pre order, see menu on the right
banned#32
I bought this TV 3 months ago and it's fantastic!! I love everything about it, you will not be dissapointed.

Great for DIVX movie playback too.
banned#33
Gozman
If poor blacks,motion blur, severe image retention and an odd yellow glow around fast moving objects do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund. Much better tv's can be bought with a few hundred more.


Theres always one person per thread who puts down a good deal and I guess your that person in this thread.

I bought this TV about 4 weeks ago after my Samsung 42" LCD gave up and although its a plasma TV I cant sing the praises enough of how good it is especially for the price. I have a FreeSat HD hooked up and the HD channels are crystal clear, black is very dark and theres no motion blur even when I watched Englands last games in HD!

For a few hundred yep you can probably buy a better one but thats like saying, for a few quid more I can upgrade my current car for a Ferrari, of cause you can get better if you pay more but this is a deal site and that TV was £699 a few weeks back, hence, DEAL !!
#34
dammit went to buy it and its finished! ****
banned#35
warwagon86
dammit went to buy it and its finished! ****


It is still available for pre order and has already been un-expired twice by the mods
#36
Gozman
If poor blacks,motion blur, severe image retention and an odd yellow glow around fast moving objects do not bother you, then go for this tv. Otherwise like me, you'll just give it back for a refund. Much better tv's can be bought with a few hundred more.

would it be a hot deal if you have to pay "few hundred" pounds more........... I think not compared to this deal
#37
posted this TV over a week ago at £569 and got no heat lol. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-pk350-50-plasma-1080p-569-00-del/748561
#38
Where do you order this on pre-order?
#39
jammiev
cold, this one is far better for another £100!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003FMSIW2/ref=asc_df_B003FMSIW2851388?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=
****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003FMSIW2


It has worse blacks, strangely enough. They have the same panel, but LG don't seem interested in fixing it.

Otherwise, colours are the same - the 590 has THX mode, but expert1 on the 350 is just as accurate. Greyscale is better on the 590 thanks to THX though, on the 350 you need meter equipment to get that right. That compensates for the worse blacks at least, but unless you need Freeview HD imo the 590 isn't worth the extra money.

Edited By: arfster on Sep 11, 2010 19:41: .
#40
When I click on link it now at
Price: £684.09
any I doing something wrong?

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