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LG 50PQ6000 HD READY 50" PLASMA TV £601 @ Dixons

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USE DISCOUNT CODE BIG5 TO GET THIS PRICE FREE DELIVERY TOO JUST ORDERD ONE The stylish high-gloss black LG 50PQ6000 50" HD Ready Plasma TV uses 600Hz Sub- field Driving technology to render a pic…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
USE DISCOUNT CODE BIG5 TO GET THIS PRICE FREE DELIVERY TOO JUST ORDERD ONE

The stylish high-gloss black LG 50PQ6000 50" HD Ready Plasma TV uses 600Hz Sub-
field Driving technology to render a picture with fantastic clarity and minimal blur. It also features a stunning 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and 16-bit RGB colour depth, to deliver a picture with striking realism and deep, rich tones and colours.

Other attributes of the LG 50PQ6000 50" HD Ready Plasma TV include three HDMI connectors (for connection to High Definition devices such as HD camcorders, Blu-ray players, and game consoles), the Intelligent Sensor II (which adapts output according to surrounding light for optimum viewing and power saving), and 24p Real Cinema mode - which allows you to enjoy judder-free movies using HD-DVD or Blu-ray Discs.

In addition to its HDMI connectivity, the LG 50PQ6000 HD Ready TV also includes a VGA (D-sub 15pin) input, so you can use this luxury big-screen television as a PC display! On top of that, a USB 2.0 port allows easy connection with your existing digital devices, including support for jpeg photos, mp3 music files, and DivX SD movie files.

A Freeview tuner is also incorporated into the LG 50PQ6000, which provides you with a vast range of television channels to choose from, including all of your former BBC and ITV favourites. You'll also be able to access a diverse range of digital radio stations.

The 50PQ6000 Plasma TV also boasts a powerful Invisible Speaker system (10W + 10W) with SRS TruSurround XT sound technology.

If you're looking to ramp up the potential of your home entertainment set-up, the LG 50PQ6000 50" HD Ready Plasma TV may well be the ideal answer!

2,000000:1 contrast ratio 600hz Built-in digital TV tuner 3x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component, 1x PC Dual XD Engine SRS TruSurround XT Wall Mountable Available in 42" On Screen Display 2 No of Scarts
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#1
Looks nice.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/product/500/FO/050409.jpg
#2
Why cold?
banned#3
Hancock;6279812
Why cold?

brand snobs or lcd ignoramuses :thumbsup:

hot from me
#4
After looking at this tv in the flesh yesterday against its rivals it looked spot on via freeview and bluray fed content instore in currys were its £749 it has a full flat glass design no border around the tv similar to pioneer`s plasma`s. Gets excellent reviews on av forums too :thumbsup:
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#6
How weird. I was just looking LG 50PQ3000 Plasma HD Ready Digital Television, 50 Inch on the John Lewis website and not sure of the difference between the 6000 model and the 3000 at JL. It is in JL for £699 but of course you get the 5 year warranty free with them.

Anyone know the difference? Also don't JL price match?

thanks, good deal :thumbsup:
#7
Great find...Heat added :-)
#8
eyesuk
How weird. I was just looking LG 50PQ3000 Plasma HD Ready Digital Television, 50 Inch on the John Lewis website and not sure of the difference between the 6000 model and the 3000 at JL. It is in JL for £699 but of course you get the 5 year warranty free with them.

Anyone know the difference? Also don't JL price match?

thanks, good deal :thumbsup:


JL won't price match an online store.
#9
£633.35 now
#10
a few extra quid gets u the ps3000 - which is 1080p
banned#11
brez;6280327
£633.35 now

wrong!
#12
brez
£633.35 now


read the post properly.....still £601 :whistling:
#13
agreed Arfawn - bought the PS3000 recently and it is excellent, had a 1080i tv before and the PS3000 is tons better. If you're going to be watchin from over 10 feet then the PQ will be fine as you lose the definition anyway. Also there is a hack for the ps3000 that allows divx playback. Still good price for 50"
#14
Hancock
Why cold?


because it is a Plasma not a LCD, that is why it is ice cold
suspended#15
arfawn
a few extra quid gets u the ps3000 - which is 1080p


I totally agree, Dixons today:

LG 50PS3000 50" 1080p Plasma TV (full HD) £719.99
5% off all orders over 349 using code BIG5 £36.00
Sub Total (excludes delivery) £683.99
Standard Delivery Free
plus 3% Topcash = approx £662.39
#16
csiman
brand snobs or lcd ignoramuses :thumbsup:

hot from me


n1ragab2004
because it is a Plasma not a LCD, that is why it is ice cold


:whistling:
banned#17
Adidas Addict;6280598
:whistling:

I think you'll see i was defending plasmas :whistling::roll:

much better than lcd for the money
banned#18
n1ragab2004;6280559
because it is a Plasma not a LCD, that is why it is ice cold

get back under your bridge! :roll:
#19
n1ragab2004
because it is a Plasma not a LCD, that is why it is ice cold


As Father Jack would say:

"Ars*e!"
#20
voted hot. plasma response is a lot faster than lcd.
#21
Just my tuppence on the lcd v plasma thing.

I don't know anyone that goes from a Plasma to an LCd. But I do know loads of people that have upgraded their LCD to a plasma. That says a lot to me.

Having owned both.......Im a plasma fan.

Good deal. Voted hot.
#22
avoid... was looking at this yesterday in a local store and the sales guy said avoid as I was interested in this TV he then proceeded to show me the major screen burn that appears after watching a movie (letter box burn) or the wee logo in the corner after being on for only two or so hours - not very impressive - the TV does have a "screen wash" function that clears this which he says they do up to twice a week but does not totally get rid of the "burn" pattern - I consequently changed my mind and am now re-thingking the whole Plasma LG thing and looking into maybe going a bit smaller. Hope this helps although I am only going on this guys opinion and against what I saw for myself.
banned#23
dromoreboy;6281341
avoid... was looking at this yesterday in a local store and the sales guy said avoid as I was interested in this TV he then proceeded to show me the major screen burn that appears after watching a movie (letter box burn) or the wee logo in the corner after being on for only two or so hours - not very impressive - the TV does have a "screen wash" function that clears this which he says they do up to twice a week but does not totally get rid of the "burn" pattern - I consequently changed my mind and am now re-thingking the whole Plasma LG thing and looking into maybe going a bit smaller. Hope this helps although I am only going on this guys opinion and against what I saw for myself.

dont listen to everything the salesman tells you :-D

its not screen burn, its screen retention which fades very quickly after changing channel. Did the salesman then try to sell you an expensive lcd?
#24
The employee showed you that, and, well, it just shows that even that store didn't know how to set it up themselves. The 'wash' won't get rid of it because you have to treat it properly from the start.

Panasonic are the best (bar Pioneer) but don't discount plasma because they didn't set it up properly. :)
#25
n1ragab2004
because it is a Plasma not a LCD, that is why it is ice cold


And?
#26
Adamo
The employee showed you that, and, well, it just shows that even that store didn't know how to set it up themselves. The 'wash' won't get rid of it because you have to treat it properly from the start.

Panasonic are the best (bar Pioneer) but don't discount plasma because they didn't set it up properly. :)


Having the contrast on low for the first 200 hours viewing is what I was advised on here and on AVforums for my Panny plasma, and it has worked a treat, I get the odd time where I get screen retention, but only ever on Sky sports news which clears in a few minutes once I switch over

Super deal
#27
discount code now expired .......

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