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LG 50PK350 Plasma £599.00 @ RicherSounds.

£599.00 @ Richer Sounds
I wanted a TV 42" upwards, don't really do any gaming so I went around a few shops today looking for a TV, came accross this one. All round good telly at a good price. Other high street shops have it…
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I wanted a TV 42" upwards, don't really do any gaming so I went around a few shops today looking for a TV, came accross this one. All round good telly at a good price. Other high street shops have it at £699 in their sale sections.

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The LG 50PK350 brings together a 1080p plasma screen with full functionality and a super-slim housing at a fantastic value price.

Thanks to its 600Hz sub-field driving technology and 1080p resolution, the 50PK350 can rightly claim to have the best picture quality in its class. 600Hz technology works by pulsing each frame 12 times, thereby upgrading the standard 50Hz signal to an effective 600Hz one. If all this is double Dutch to you, then don't be concerned! Suffice to say that the new technology gives the 50PK350 a superb response with incredible realism and super-sharp tracking on fast moving motion such as sports events. In addition to this, the 1080p resolution really comes in to its own with a screen of this size. Images are superbly detailed with every detail of the football net or the grasses' texture now visible. With technologies such as the latest version of LG's highly acclaimed XD Engine and an Intelligent Light Sensor, the 50PK350 offers up excellent levels of brightness, colour purity and contrast. The figures showing an astonishing dynamic contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1 and brightness of 1500cdm say a great deal, but the proof of the LG's superior picture quality is in the watching. Compared to its rivals in both LCD and plasma camps, the 50PK350 offers a more engaging experience.

The LG's excellence carries through to its audio performance. Granted, a separate home cinema system will still sound an awful lot better, but the LG 50PK350's audio performance beats many of its rivals. The Clear Voice II system makes dialogue easy to follow. Combined with the Invisible speaker system, you'll find it gives the LG 50PK350 a smooth, spacious sound that's less boxy-sounding than many TVs. Finally, if you're planning to use this plasma TV as part of your home cinema system, then you'll be pleased to find an optical digital output - perfect for the highest quality audio connection to your AV receiver.

In terms of connections, the 50PK350 has everything you'd expect plus more besides. Twin HDMI (one side-mounted) sockets allow for the connection of 2 High Definition sources, such as an HD-TV box and Blu-ray. In addition to this, the 50PK350 boasts twin SCART sockets and component connections for your analogue sources. Furthermore, the PC input makes this attractive TV the perfect complement to your home computer. More unusual but great to have is the side-mounted USB connection. This lets you watch digital media from your camera or phone and is even compatible with DivX HD files.

Thanks to features such as an intelligent light sensor that reduces screen brightness when possible, the LG 50PK350 is one of only a few plasma TVs that's recommended by the Energy Saving Trust. With its stunning Razor Frame design, the 50PK350 looks good even when switched off. A depth of just 55.3mm is around 50 percent less than the class average and, combined with the thin frame design, makes the LG look far sleeker than most of its rivals at this price.

For a good-looking 50 inch plasma TV that offers a stunning picture quality without the price tag to match, the LG 50PK350 deserves to be at the top of your shortlist.
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#1
Price & retailer added to title, it helps those viewing in text only .
banned#2
Panasonic 50x20 can be had for £650 with 5 year warranty at John Lewis and House of Fraser, havent seen this LG but I'd rather pay the extra and get Panasonic. Good price though:)
#3
This is a better TV than the panasonics at similar prices, you'd be paying for the brand only.

This is 1080p, 600hz, 2010 panel design
the X20 isn't.
#4
Yeah but while LG plasmas have a good picture, they burn really easily whereas Panasonic don't have that, i'd rather have build quality first then spec. You get what you pay for

When I used to work for Currys, the only TV brands we had back were LG, Samsung and Matsui/Logik
#5
I got the panasonic mentioned by alexthekid.
Very happy , Does the RicherSound come with the cast iron 5 year warranty at John Lewis.?
#6
SaltyCDogg;8869891
This is a better TV than the panasonics at similar prices, you'd be paying for the brand only.

This is 1080p, 600hz, 2010 panel design
the X20 isn't.


We recently bought this set and must admit we had a tough choice deciding between this and the Panasonic.

One thing I will say is the LG blows the Panasonic out of the water in terms of design, of course to some that shouldn't factor into it too much, but for others like us that take a great deal of price in what is very much the centre of attention within the room, it's does have importance.

We're very pleased with it, the deisgn as I mentioned is outstanding IMO, lovely thin border around the screen and the depth of the screen was a huge surprise, very slim for a plasma and appears much more like an LCD. Actually I would go as far as to say it looks less obtrusive than our old 42" Samsung

We still have 100 hours to go on low contrast yet(breaking it in) but the image is improving no end even with contrast and sharpness set to below 50, the Sky HD channels look superb!

stezo2k;8871645
Yeah but while LG plasmas have a good picture, they burn really easily whereas Panasonic don't have that, i'd rather have build quality first then spec. You get what you pay for


But are you talking Burn or Retention(for the benfit og those that don't know, retention is only temporary, unlike burn which is permanent)? Correct me if I'm wrong but I think Burn is highly unlikely on todays plasmas, epecially if you take care to turn the contrast etc. down for the all important first 200 hours.
#7
Oh, and just to add, we paid £650 for ours from Currys, and as the "cash for goals" promo is turning into the biggest flop imaginable(£10 so far and not looking likely to increase much, if any further), voting this HOT:thumbsup:
#8
Tetlee
But are you talking Burn or Retention(for the benfit og those that don't know, retention is only temporary, unlike burn which is permanent)? Correct me if I'm wrong but I think Burn is highly unlikely on todays plasmas, epecially if you take care to turn the contrast etc. down for the all important first 200 hours.


Anti Korean Bullcrud has been doing the rounds for years. No substantive arguments are ever put forward. Some people scoff at Hyundai and boast of a BMW, not realising that BMWs sometimes have Hyundai parts in them. (And in the future will have even more Hyundai parts).
We know the Koreans have StarCraft as prime time TV, they are a tech savvy techy heavy nation yet we still do that word association thing that far eastern = low quality, when even our iPods/iPads/iPhone/MacBooks are made in China.

Not to say that the Panny set isn't better in this case, it could be, but you just can't make sweeping generalisations about brands, as that is all they are. I've had problems with Hitachi, Sony, Panasonic over the years, its just consumer electronics.

Only way to tell would be to view the sets yourself. Retail can still be a bit hit and miss on the content the TVs are showing and the set settings. But its your best shot.

I also agree on the aesthetic front. Our last LG purchase was for that very reason. Missus bought a TV with Currys cover. The Hitachi blew up, so missus chose the LG on looks. I put my vote in for the Panasonic based on "common knowledge", she liked the LG. I looked at the LG over and over and couldn't see a huge difference in picture quality, so gave in and went with her LG. Been really pleased with it. Its 4 years old now. The other thing I like about LG is the menus have pictorial representation of the connections on the new TVs.
#9
Tetlee
Oh, and just to add, we paid £650 for ours from Currys, and as the "cash for goals" promo is turning into the biggest flop imaginable(£10 so far and not looking likely to increase much, if any further), voting this HOT:thumbsup:


Yes the tenner per goal deal-lol, reckon currys must have a direct link to the manager!
#10
stezo2k
Yeah but while LG plasmas have a good picture, they burn really easily whereas Panasonic don't have that, i'd rather have build quality first then spec. You get what you pay for

When I used to work for Currys, the only TV brands we had back were LG, Samsung and Matsui/Logik


Quite an interesting and striking claim! Would you care to explain the technologies employed by both LG and Panasonic to prevent screen burn?
#11
ElliottC
Quite an interesting and striking claim! Would you care to explain the technologies employed by both LG and Panasonic to prevent screen burn?


http://hdguru.com/plasma-tv-burn-in-fact-or-myth/826/

"“Burn-in” is for all practical purposes a non-issue with current plasma HDTVs."
#12
hwangeruk
Anti Korean Bullcrud has been doing the rounds for years. No substantive arguments are ever put forward. Some people scoff at Hyundai and boast of a BMW, not realising that BMWs sometimes have Hyundai parts in them. (And in the future will have even more Hyundai parts).
We know the Koreans have StarCraft as prime time TV, they are a tech savvy techy heavy nation yet we still do that word association thing that far eastern = low quality, when even our iPods/iPads/iPhone/MacBooks are made in China.

Not to say that the Panny set isn't better in this case, it could be, but you just can't make sweeping generalisations about brands, as that is all they are. I've had problems with Hitachi, Sony, Panasonic over the years, its just consumer electronics.

Only way to tell would be to view the sets yourself. Retail can still be a bit hit and miss on the content the TVs are showing and the set settings. But its your best shot.

I also agree on the aesthetic front. Our last LG purchase was for that very reason. Missus bought a TV with Currys cover. The Hitachi blew up, so missus chose the LG on looks. I put my vote in for the Panasonic based on "common knowledge", she liked the LG. I looked at the LG over and over and couldn't see a huge difference in picture quality, so gave in and went with her LG. Been really pleased with it. Its 4 years old now. The other thing I like about LG is the menus have pictorial representation of the connections on the new TVs.


The LG is not 'better than the Pannasonic X20'. It has better resolution than the Panny, it has worse blacks, worse contrast and suffers from image retention though. Both are good sets, don't trust the way sets are set up in shops, very misleading
#13
fishmaster
http://hdguru.com/plasma-tv-burn-in-fact-or-myth/826/

"“Burn-in” is for all practical purposes a non-issue with current plasma HDTVs."


Yes I know, but that isn't the answer to my question. I was asking Stezo2k for information of any proprietary technologies of certain manufacturers that result in LG "burn easily" (sic) and Panasonic "don't have that" (sic). The claim is rather conspicuous!
#14
I doubt the LG has a worse burn in problem than any other manufacturer. The article states that burn in is a non issue with current plasmas, it doesn't say except LG :) I doubt there are any proprietary technologies that make Panasonic better than LG for example with regard to screen burn in.
#15
Same price at Dixons - less with Quidco. Where to buy depends on whether you want the tv today with Richer Sounds vs delivered with Dixons, or if you wanna save a bit of money using Quidco with Dixons, or if you'd take out the 5 year warranty with Richer Sounds.

Good price at both stores - is an aesthetically nice-looking tv.
#16
fishmaster
I doubt the LG has a worse burn in problem than any other manufacturer. The article states that burn in is a non issue with current plasmas, it doesn't say except LG :)


Precisely, which is why outlandish claims by some should be explained since potential purchasers of the product in question may be turned away for completely the wrong reason. From the earlier claim regarding LG and Panasonic, it appears to me that there may be inherent issues with LG or Panasonic do not employ a universal anti screen burn technology but have their own proprietary method that is superior to everybody else. I don't know, but I would be interested to read the details if Stezo2k's claims are to be believed.
#17
is this one have an problem with audio over hdmi?
Here was few posts on lg plasma tv, which has an issue with audio over hdmi, but forgot which model and can't find.
#18
CHEAPER HERE OVER A WEEK AGO! http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/696800/lg-50-1080p-600hz-tv-dixons-578-04-

I bought this set from my local RS in Oxford last month for £540 (after some haggling) and managed to find the 'engineers' settings on the internet for adjusting the picture/colour settings and wow! What a difference, it looks amazing, super super amazing when a blu ray is played through it, solid blacks, rich, vibrant and crisp colours. I would recommend this tv 100% to anyone, go on................go buy one.
#19
Been looking at this TV this week from RS.

£660 with 5 year warranty isnt bad at all, and the reviews over on AVForums are good.

May well order this next week :)

I'm not going to bother with the burn in period, from what I've read, it is unneccessary with the current plasma screens.
#20
Review here of the PK590, this TV has the same panel and slightly better blacks, but less features
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/televisions/0,39030219,49305400,00.htm

400lbBench
The LG is not 'better than the Pannasonic X20'. It has better resolution than the Panny, it has worse blacks, worse contrast and suffers from image retention though. Both are good sets, don't trust the way sets are set up in shops, very misleading


Do you have anything to back that up?

A lot of new Panasonics are suffering from rising black levels, so even if they look better from new they get worse pretty quickly.
#21
Is the only difference between the 350 & 590 the Freeview HD (which I wouldnt want in this TV) ?
#22
PK590 has 2 more HDMI connections, freeview HD, THX mode (which you can achieve by calibrating yourself, but is handy), slightly worse black levels and the edge enhancement bug (oversharpening on all sources but PC, that can't be turned off).
#23
So if you didnt want Freeview HD, then the 350 would be perfect ?
#24
princepaul;8872671
I bought this set from my local RS in Oxford last month for £540 (after some haggling) and managed to find the 'engineers' settings on the internet for adjusting the picture/colour settings and wow! What a difference, it looks amazing, super super amazing when a blu ray is played through it, solid blacks, rich, vibrant and crisp colours.


Care to share those settings with us then?:)

ChrisUK;8872779
May well order this next week :)

I'm not going to bother with the burn in period, from what I've read, it is unneccessary with the current plasma screens.


Unneccarssary maybe, but I think it's still advised, personally 200 hours of low contrast is a small price to pay if it could potentially enhance and protect your lovely new screen;-)

As I mentioned, we're just over 100 hours in, and I'm already noticing less retention, which was quite noticable a week ago, especially with certain video games. The picture is improving alot too, almost as if we're gradually turning the contrast back up, so for those that buy this set and find themselves slightly disappointed initially with the image, give it time, it definately improves:thumbsup:
1 Like #25
Tetlee
Care to share those settings with us then?:)



Unneccarssary maybe, but I think it's still advised, personally 200 hours of low contrast is a small price to pay if it could potentially enhance and protect your lovely new screen;-)

As I mentioned, we're just over 100 hours in, and I'm already noticing less retention, which was quite noticable a week ago, especially with certain video games. The picture is improving alot too, almost as if we're gradually turning the contrast back up, so for those that buy this set and find themselves slightly disappointed initially with the image, give it time, it definately improves:thumbsup:


Here you go Tetlee-

I know many will rightly point out that there are no generic settings that will be perfect on every set, and under every lighting condition; but these values may get you close to picture you like, and you can tweak from there. If they look horrid, then discard and move along

Go into MENU, then PICTURE. Go down to PICTURE MODE, then press OK. Change to EXPERT1, press OK. Then change each value to the following...

Contrast ........91
Brightness .....51
H Sharpness....56
V Sharpness....56
Colour............58
Tint ..............R11

Then press OK on EXPERT CONTROL and set the following...

Dynamic Contrast.....Off
Noise Reduction.......Off
Gamma...................Medium
Black Level..............Low
Film Mode................(Off)
Colour Standard........HD
Colour Gamut...........Wide
Edge Enhance...........Off

White Balance...Medium
Pattern.............Outer
Red Gain 2
Green Gain 0
Blue Gain -2
Red Offset 2
Green Offset 1
Blue Offset 3

Colour Management System

Red Colour -1
Red Tint 2
Green Colour 2
Green Tint -1
Blue Colour 1
Blue Tint 0
Yellow Colour 2
Yellow Tint 2
Cyan Colour 0
Cyan Tint 0
Magenta Colour -2
Magenta Tint 2

Then CLOSE, and press MENU to exit the menu.
I also switch off the Energy Saving (top left button on the remote)

See what you think. If they don't work for you, you can always change back to STANDARD or CINEMA etc. The main improvement I found with these settings is foliage/grass/nature scenes.
#26
cheers princepaul(de la soul?:-D), rep given:thumbsup:
#27
fishmaster
I doubt the LG has a worse burn in problem than any other manufacturer. The article states that burn in is a non issue with current plasmas, it doesn't say except LG :) I doubt there are any proprietary technologies that make Panasonic better than LG for example with regard to screen burn in.


LG have image retention problems
#28
SaltyCDogg

Do you have anything to back that up?

A lot of new Panasonics are suffering from rising black levels, so even if they look better from new they get worse pretty quickly.


Panny's are widely acknowledged to have deeper blacks than any other manufacturer, except Pioneer who don't make them any more. Check out the AVforums, reviews always show Panny's being blacker, as forum members also comment. LGs are much blacker than last year, but I'm not sure if this will have the same filter as the PK990 at the top of the range

Last years NEo's (G10/V10) had the rising black problem, never heard anyone complaining about the X10/X20 with that problem, the G10/V10 were much much blacker to start with than any of the other sets though. A G10/V10 with rising blacks is possibly still blacker than this to, you'll just notice a worse picture once it rises. They should have sorted the problem out for this years models, it was a cock up on the new tech this year

Still a top deal on this set none the less, I'm personally waiting for a deal on a 60incher - why do they have to cost twice the price:?
#29
Thought that black level is not an issue with plasma. You want the pixel black, you simply turn it off, am I right?
#30
400lbBench
The LG is not 'better than the Pannasonic X20'. It has better resolution than the Panny, it has worse blacks, worse contrast and suffers from image retention though.

It has slightly worse blacks out of the box, at 0.013fl compared to about 0.011 for an x20, or 0.008 for a g10/g20/v10/v20. However, the Panasonic blacks rise after 1000hours or so, and end up tripling, considerably worse than the LG.

However, note that these "blacks" are measured with a full black screen, and thus basically meaningless. Panasonics are notorious for struggling to keep the same blacks when there's anything else much displayed, with blacks increasing by anywhere up to 2.5x depending what else is on screen. An ansi contrast test shows this up - the LG measures around 2000:1 on this, while a much more expensive G20 is 1700:1, and the X20 will be considerably worse (at a guess 1200:1 or so).

After the Panasonics black level rise, you can half those contrast ratios too.

As for colours, the LG is superb. I measured the pk350 in expert1 mode at an average error of deltaE 2.0 (excellent), again about the same as a G20 with its THX presets. The lower end Panasonic sets are usually nowhere close on this front - accuracy in cheap sets is always deliberately compromised so as not to cannibalise the sales of their more expensive TVs (it's essentially just a change in software settings). The pk350 is the first reasonably priced set I've ever seen with colours even anywhere close to correct.


IR is a problem with this set, yes, although it gets better as it ages, so it's maybe not a good choice for gamers. However, permanet burn-in is not something any modern plasma has, unless you leave the same thing on screen 16 hours a day.


All in all, the pk350 is a much better set than a low end Panasonic, and more comparable to a G20 in darkened rooms - in daylight it has glare problems though, the G20 has an excellent antiglare coating.



Edit: for the settings, don't use wide colour gamut, it's very inaccurate. Default expert1 is the only accurate mode, the others are rubbish, even cinema. Sharpness needs toned down a bit for HD material, for SD it's fine on default. Not much point touching colour controls or the rest without a colorimeter or spectro. The key thing is to set brightness so dark areas are as dark as possible, but no lower than that or you wipe out shadow detail.
#31
Do you reckon this chap knows his stuff?? :-D
#32
As some might have noticed, TV deals are a bit thin on the ground at the moment. Wait until the World Cup is over and in the Autumn, before the Xmas dash, you'll get loads of offers to tempt the money from your wallet.

I want a big 42" to 50" telly and am just bamboozled between LCD and plasma but the Sony idea of PC to TV and 5.1/7.1 sound system is where I'm going when I do buy. Whether Sony or not I don't know and I do like LG from experience abroad but total connectivity and ease of use as an overall package are important.

A cast iron 5 year guarantee is an absolute must and I cannot think for one minute that any guarantee is better than John Lewis.
#33
all tvs have a 5 year guarantee
#34
Decisions, decisions.

I'd want this for SD viewing, 720 viewing via sat box, 1080p viewing via media center and also gaming on the 360.

Little put off by Arfsters post now though.....
#35
ChrisUK;8876991
Decisions, decisions.

I'd want this for SD viewing, 720 viewing via sat box, 1080p viewing via media center and also gaming on the 360.

Little put off by Arfsters post now though.....


What has put you off about his post? If it's the image retention bit for gaming I wouldn't let that worry you, as I mentioned earlier I was getting a bit of that in the early hours, but now we're over 100 hours in of low contrast it's becoming far less already and I'm expecting after the 200 it will be less again.

Think of it this way, retention tends to disappear pretty quick, so as long as you don't think you'll be bothered by being able to slightly see a ghost of a hud from a game you've been playing for a long session, for something like 5-10 minutes after(probably less, when I have seen it it's been gone in a couple of minutes), then pretty much a non-issue.

SD for me looks very good, HD channels through satalite look fantastic, and games look beautiful, and this is my opinion with the contrast and image sharpness set below 50;-) Personally highly recommend it for your usage as pretty much the same as mine.
#36
Got the model up from this few months back PK590, think the only diference is freeview hd.

Read a lot about image retention etc so was a bit wary but decided to take the risk and glad i did. Tv is amazing, looks great very thin and very modern.

Picture is outstanding from SD, 720p and 1080p blurays, cant fault it in the slightset and the expert setting modes and THX really make a difference when setting up.

As for burn in and image retention, well i can honestly say i havent noticed any. When i recieved the tv i ran it in for 200 hours on low settings and used burn in slides. The tv is used daily for gaming, usually first person shooters, COD etc and performs amazingly.

For those of you who are thinking of the LG 2010 models as they fit your budget but are put off by the usual "LGs suffer image retention" or "panasonic is much better", my advice would be take the plunge, you wont regret it
#37
peterkay11
all tvs have a 5 year guarantee


From whom? Maybe John Lewis ones but I've rarely seen them elsewhere!
#38
Prodigy2000
From whom? Maybe John Lewis ones but I've rarely seen them elsewhere!


legally all tv's must last for 5 years it is written into the sale of goods act that is why richer sounds is so cheap on their 5 year cover as they are selling you something you don't actually need.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/445369/eu-consumer-warranty-law-1-2-or-5-y
#39
peterkay11
legally all tv's must last for 5 years it is written into the sale of goods act that is why richer sounds is so cheap on their 5 year cover as they are selling you something you don't actually need.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/445369/eu-consumer-warranty-law-1-2-or-5-y


WRONG!!!!!!!!!!

all tvs do not have to last 5 years. so if you buy a cheap piece of own brand generic crap LCD, you are supposed to get 5 years out of it?
nope.

the sale of goods act says that something must be fit for pupose and last a reasonable amount of time. there is no set value on how long a reasonable amount of time is. you would EXPECT a good quality unit say like a Panasonic to last 5 years but some cheap generic own brand one that you paid less than £300 for, it could be said that 2-3 years is reasonable, but who deems the time scale to be reasonable?
you?
the retailer?
the manufacturer

plus after 6 months of use, its up to you to prove any faults were down to a manufacturing defect, not wear & tear or misuse.
this may have to go to court and be decided.

so TVs don't automatically have a 5 year cover, you're very very wrong here.
you have up to 6 years in the UK to make a claim, but nowhere does it say that all TVs must last for 5 years.
Besides which, your extended warranty is in addition to your rights as a consumer and may just provide a faster service, loan set and set repair time, plus home pickup and drop off.
without all of these services, you're left to do any running around yourself and pay for things upfront which MAY be refunded later if your claim is won.

please read up on these things before posting and coming off like a know it all idiot.
#40
slackrat77
WRONG!!!!!!!!!!

all tvs do not have to last 5 years. so if you buy a cheap piece of own brand generic crap LCD, you are supposed to get 5 years out of it?
nope.

the sale of goods act says that something must be fit for pupose and last a reasonable amount of time. there is no set value on how long a reasonable amount of time is. you would EXPECT a good quality unit say like a Panasonic to last 5 years but some cheap generic own brand one that you paid less than £300 for, it could be said that 2-3 years is reasonable, but who deems the time scale to be reasonable?
you?
the retailer?
the manufacturer


plus after 6 months of use, its up to you to prove any faults were down to a manufacturing defect, not wear & tear or misuse.
this may have to go to court and be decided.

so TVs don't automatically have a 5 year cover, you're very very wrong here.
you have up to 6 years in the UK to make a claim, but nowhere does it say that all TVs must last for 5 years.
Besides which, your extended warranty is in addition to your rights as a consumer and may just provide a faster service, loan set and set repair time, plus home pickup and drop off.
without all of these services, you're left to do any running around yourself and pay for things upfront which MAY be refunded later if your claim is won.

please read up on these things before posting and coming off like a know it all idiot.


Yes so they are guaranteed for 6 years then, sorry I got my facts wrong when I said 5.:p

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