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LG 50PK350 - £541.12 + Quidco @ Dixons

Matt.Wild Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
I think this is the cheapest this TV has been! After Quidco, its the closest to £500 it has been! Also, free delivery from Dixons.

It is also the same price at Amazon today too - http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-50PK350-50-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B003G2DITY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1288516051&sr=8-2


The LG 50PK350 50" Full HD Plasma TV delivers a fantastic picture, thanks to an impressive dynamic contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1 and detail-packed 1080p resolution. The 600Hz sub-field drive provides an image which is free of motion blur - making this the ideal TV for viewing sports and fast-paced action movies!

With its built-in digital Freeview tuner, you'll never be short of entertainment choices with the 50PK350 50" Full HD Plasma TV, whilst the inclusion of two HDMI connectors means you can really maximise the potential of the television by hooking up to HD devices such as Blu-ray players and game consoles.

Other exciting features of the LG 50PJ650 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 directly through the TV.

Equally impressive in looks and performance, the sleek Razor Frame design of the LG 50PK350 50" Full HD Plasma TV will look great in any setting, and is VESA compliant for wall mounting if required.

Revel in an amazing home entertainment experience with the sublime LG 50PK350 50" Full HD Plasma TV!
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banned#1
seems ridiculous to only have 2 x hdmi these days imo
#2
still a great TV tho.
#3
Has anyone sorted out the USB/DivX function yet?
#4
csiman
seems ridiculous to only have 2 x hdmi these days imo


Not really - most people investing in a flat screen TV have already (or should) invest(ed) in surround sound and a/v receiver (amplifier) as speakers are not that great on most flat screens... most of these amps have HDMI switching so you only actually need one HDMI input in your TV if you invest in an amp. I have a 7 year old 50" LG plasma which only has one input and am running 3 devices through Onkyo Amp.
#5
I have this TV bought it last month from amazon for £550, i was a bit worried as input lag was around 50ms on this but to be honest i don't notice it when playing ps3. Fantastic tv if you have the money buy it.......
#6
sharkmark
csiman
seems ridiculous to only have 2 x hdmi these days imo


Not really - most people investing in a flat screen TV have already (or should) invest(ed) in surround sound and a/v receiver (amplifier) as speakers are not that great on most flat screens... most of these amps have HDMI switching so you only actually need one HDMI input in your TV if you invest in an amp. I have a 7 year old 50" LG plasma which only has one input and am running 3 devices through Onkyo Amp.


richer sounds??
#7
this or PANASONIC VIERA TX-P46S20B?
#8
sharkmark
csiman
seems ridiculous to only have 2 x hdmi these days imo


Not really - most people investing in a flat screen TV have already (or should) invest(ed) in surround sound and a/v receiver (amplifier) as speakers are not that great on most flat screens... most of these amps have HDMI switching so you only actually need one HDMI input in your TV if you invest in an amp. I have a 7 year old 50" LG plasma which only has one input and am running 3 devices through Onkyo Amp.


i only know 2 people who have surround sound and a/v receiver, most people cant afford both that and a hdtv imo
#9
I bought this TV from rgb direct 3 months ago for £570. I thought it was dirty cheap then!

Great set a lot better than my old Panasonic, yes its a shame it only has 2 HDMI but switches arent expensive and as someone already posted most big telly's need a good surround system
#10
csiman
seems ridiculous to only have 2 x hdmi these days imo


Agree completely. If you have sky/virginHD and a games console your done for already, no space for dvd player/surround sound/laptop/camera etc and it's pointless buying extra tech to try and cope, just buy a different TV.
Think about the long run!
#11
Wow how cheap for a full hd 50" Plasma. No where to put it unfortunately.
#12
Mala05
csiman
seems ridiculous to only have 2 x hdmi these days imo


Agree completely. If you have sky/virginHD and a games console your done for already, no space for dvd player/surround sound/laptop/camera etc and it's pointless buying extra tech to try and cope, just buy a different TV.
Think about the long run!


Only idiots don't have a surround sound system. Once you have one of those, which HDMI switches, there is no need to worry.
#13
I have this TV its fantastic :O)
#14
spaceinvader
sharkmark
csiman
seems ridiculous to only have 2 x hdmi these days imo


Not really - most people investing in a flat screen TV have already (or should) invest(ed) in surround sound and a/v receiver (amplifier) as speakers are not that great on most flat screens... most of these amps have HDMI switching so you only actually need one HDMI input in your TV if you invest in an amp. I have a 7 year old 50" LG plasma which only has one input and am running 3 devices through Onkyo Amp.


i only know 2 people who have surround sound and a/v receiver, most people cant afford both that and a hdtv imo


If you are spending £500 on a TV and have sky, watch DVDs or films regularly then you should invest in an amp - you can get a Sony one as cheap as £99 with HDMI switching (see richer sounds) and you can plug any hi fi speakers if you cannot afford to invest then in a speaker package straight away. The difference in sound quality will be as good as switching from SD to HD in terms of picture quality. Therefore an extra £100-150 for an amp would not add a huge amount to the price of a tv and will be one of the better investments you can make in terms of home cinema

I've had surround sound and amp since 2001 and have been using same speakers until last year - (where as I've had three televisions in meantime) so it's a fairly sensible investment imo.
#15
yep, 2 hdmi is fine.. as already pointed out, only a coplete dolt would not have an amp when using a 50" HD tv... Probably the same people who use it just to watch east-enders in SD.
#16
Owned this TV for 3 weeks now, the picture is incredible for both SD and HD!!!!!!
#17
Nellster
yep, 2 hdmi is fine.. as already pointed out, only a coplete dolt would not have an amp when using a 50" HD tv... Probably the same people who use it just to watch east-enders in SD.

How arrogant, presumptuous and short sighted though you're probably quite young. I happen to have a superb Yamaha surround amp that doesn't have HDMI sockets as it's just too old but still sounds fantastic with DTS and Dolby Surround through an optical digital connection to my Sony BluRay player. Why should I downgrade to a cheapo Sony surround amp to gain HDMI sockets just to compensate for a TV that should have at least three HDMI sockets by today's standards. My 4 year old 42" Samsung plasma has three sockets and I've used them all and I haven't even got a games console! Good price and good deal on a budget however.


Edited By: paulace on Nov 09, 2010 23:57: 7
#18
I'm after a 50" for a good price this looks awesome.

How do i get warranty on this thing? It's gonna be a gift and I really want warranty with it. Cant see any options on Dixons. This is why I prefer John Lewis!!
#19
Whats the diference between this TV and the 50PK590?
#20
Its basically the screen and speakers of the 50PK590 but none of the extras (HD Freeview/Net connections etc). If you have a xbox/ps3 or the like connected, the 50PK350 will do all you need.
#21
I wish Richer Sounds would be more competitive with the price of this at the moment. I want this set with their 5 year warranty, but the best price they could give me was £590 plus 10%, making £650ish. They offered it a month back for £549 plus the warranty cost, but I missed it.
#22
The VIP price IS £549.
#23
Matt.Wild
The VIP price IS £549.
Ooh, now that is interesting. Thanks very much Matt.

I've now joined the VIP club so will see if the offers email arrives in my inbox. Is there any mention Matt of a date that this offer is running until?

Cheers,
Roo.
#24
Can anyone reccomend a single speaker to sit under the TV to give me a bit better sound from this TV?
#25
Roobot
Matt.Wild
The VIP price IS £549.
Ooh, now that is interesting. Thanks very much Matt.

I've now joined the VIP club so will see if the offers email arrives in my inbox. Is there any mention Matt of a date that this offer is running until?

Cheers,
Roo.


Just mention it in store. They don't define how long the offers go on. Its generally til they are out of stock tho.

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