LG 60PS7000 60-inch HD 1080p Plasma TV with Freeview and Bluetooth 3 year warrenty £1402 @ Digital Direct - HotUKDeals
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Not for the faint hearted,
This is a monster TV with everything you could want at a good price inc.. 3 year warrenty

Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 2,000,000:1
24p Real Cinema
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Dual XD Engine

Picture/Display
60 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
1920x1080 pixels
1080p resolution
600Hz
1,500cd/m2 Brightness
Manufacturers Technology Features
Simplink
Intelligent Sensor II
Dual XD Engine
Sound & Power Output
SRS TruSurround XT
Invisible Speakers
Clear Voice II
Connections
4 x HDMI Connections
1 x Composite Video Connection
Bluetooth Enabled
2 x Standard Scart Connections
1 x USB 2.0 Connection
PC Input
Power,Weight & Dimensions
44.3 Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
60.7 Kg Weight Inc Packaging (Approx)
1465.4/982.4/78.9 mm (W/H/D) Dimensions
340 W Power Consumption
0.2 W Standby Power Consumption
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#1
This is a sweet price shame it will not fit in my living room :cry:
#2
do you know which channel it is showing, think I need to add to my package
#3
checkley73
do you know which channel it is showing, think I need to add to my package


:lol:
#4
excellent price for a tv this big and spec only wish i could have a room big enough for it
#5
I suppose it would be OK as a second TV, perhaps in a bedroom ;-)
#6
John Mason
I suppose it would be OK as a second TV, perhaps in a bedroom ;-)


Bathroom lol
#7
"1,500cd/m2 Brightness"

lol, triumph of idiotic marketing. The reference for plasmas is 100-130cd/m2 for full white, maybe 160 in the most sunlit of rooms ......... and more is worse, not better. I saw an LCD set for 200cd/m2 once, it was literally painful to watch - 1500cd/m2 would be only marginally less offensive to your eyeballs than a nuclear bomb.

Nice price though, at least by European standards (>50" is a ripoff here). Might be worth looking at projectors instead.
#8
arfster

Nice price though, at least by European standards (>50" is a ripoff here).


Its a fair point, we are screwed over on any TV bigger than 50". I think this will eventually change as it has done with 50" over the last year or so. 50" has become mass market and thats the key to us getting decent prices.
#9
Adidas Addict;7408723
Its a fair point, we are screwed over on any TV bigger than 50". I think this will eventually change as it has done with 50" over the last year or so. 50" has become mass market and thats the key to us getting decent prices.


i doubt 50" is "mass market", 42" really is. everyone blabbers on about 42 inches, so i would say that is the most purchased size currently.

personally, 32" is big enough for normal tv watching, with the poor amount of HD broadcasts there is really no benefit of bigger, it just makes it look worse!

a projector is worth it if you want a proper screen.
#10
Chavtastic. Can't afford to feed the kids and I ain't gonna work for a living. Sure social will cover this lol. Well what am I meant to do all day if I don't work
#11
dodgymix
Chavtastic. Can't afford to feed the kids and I ain't gonna work for a living. Sure social will cover this lol. Well what am I meant to do all day if I don't work


nice bit of stereotyping there. Are you a Sun reader per chance?
#12
umm me thinks me can getaway without painting one side of room
#13
lmaolmao
i doubt 50" is "mass market", 42" really is. everyone blabbers on about 42 inches, so i would say that is the most purchased size currently.

personally, 32" is big enough for normal tv watching, with the poor amount of HD broadcasts there is really no benefit of bigger, it just makes it look worse!

a projector is worth it if you want a proper screen.


Obviously 40-42" is the main size most people buy, but seriously the amount of people buying 50" has grown at least 10x over the last year or so. It comes from people having 42" for the last few years and with TV's you get very used to the size very quickly and upgrade time usually means next size up. So I would say 50" is definitely now a mass market product. We have 2 (one 3 yrs old and one 12mth) 42" plasmas and will definitely be going bigger when upgrade time comes around. One is used for everyday TV viewing and 360, and the other is 100% 360.
#14
Could I hang the other way up and rotate picture!!! Its the only way I can fit it in....:whistling:
#15
Hmmmm - I've had my 50" LG for nearly four years - I probably paid about the same for my 50" back then. I have been trying to convince the wife to upgrade to 60" (partly joking) but as the prices are mostly above £2K I couldn't justify it. I think it's getting to the point where it might become a reality.

I watch a lot of films and whilst projectors are fine for occasional viewing I don't think my toddler would fully appreciate Bob the builder on a projector screen so I have to stick to a telly.

This is hopefully an indication that prices will come down to below £1000 in coming year or two. That's about the time I'll jump in.... voted hot all the same as for some this is a bargain.

P.S I'm not on the social either....
#16
jonham2
Could I hang the other way up and rotate picture!!! Its the only way I can fit it in....:whistling:


You want one of those new fangled "Narrowscreen" models ;)
#17
340 W Power Consumption
:o
#18
jonham2;7409033
Could I hang the other way up and rotate picture!!! Its the only way I can fit it in....:whistling:


You should see the box these ****ers come in ..... I've seen smaller cars. A lot of houses won't be able to even get it into the living room.


ps 340w power consumption is pretty good - 42" models used to have a lot more, and this is over double the size.
#19
What about the box this one comes in???

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/panasonic/th-103pf10.html

It's only £50,000 (Yes that's 50K)
#20
Delivery isn`t free - the delivered price is £1449
#21
The LG 60PS8000 has been around £1450-£1499 for some time - that is the one with pre-calibrated THX settings, although two downsides with that (a) mostly only DSG selling it (b) can't find it from anywhere with a reasonable warranty.

Remember a 60" display might sound only 10" or 20% bigger than a 50" set, in reality there is 43% more screen! Hence why there's a noticable price differential (42" to 50" = similar +40% screen; 42" to 60" = +103% more!).

MKD
#22
good price i suppose , dunno were you all live but the standard tv size for everyone i know is 32" , i know 2 people with 42" tv's and none above that , even the local pubs and clubs use 32" lcd.
#23
Steer cllear of LG TV's you get what you pay for simple as that!
#24
Wow, nice TV...Don't think my walls will support the weight though :p
#25
God i remember the first time i saw a 42 inch i was like , :O ...

Have to admit, i have never even seen a 60 inch telly!! Not even in a shop
#26
sharkmark
What about the box this one comes in???

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/panasonic/th-103pf10.html

It's only £50,000 (Yes that's 50K)


Thats come down a lot in price since release ;-)
#27
gizmouk;7409371
Thats come down a lot in price since release ;-)


I was once thold that Panasonic carry out a site survey before delivery and is delivered by a specialist team.
banned#28
I might be interested if there is no better 60" alternative.
banned#29
Does it come with an under kitchen cabinet fold down mount?
#30
met_arnold_ps
Steer cllear of LG TV's you get what you pay for simple as that!


Have to completely disagree

I can confirm that these are an excellent TV, and they also look amazing with the one piece glass type front.

I have both the 50PS8000, and 60PS8000, I am far from an expert but I can post up pic’s or if there are any questions you have I will try and help guys.

The 60ps8000 we bought when it was on offer at £1499 (I think) from dixons + quidco, the 50ps I gave £958 (Roughly) at either Dixons or Currys online (Same thing)

Running Sky HD and PS3/Blu ray looks amazing, there are a lot of tweaks to get the picture the way you want it of course. And as I said they are a very good looking tv indeed.

There is also a good review on avforums or you tube 50ps8000 for the avforums review if that’s quicker for you
#31
sparkyIreland
Have to completely disagree

I can confirm that these are an excellent TV, and they also look amazing with the one piece glass type front.

I have both the 50PS8000, and 60PS8000, I am far from an expert but I can post up pic’s or if there are any questions you have I will try and help guys.

The 60ps8000 we bought when it was on offer at £1499 (I think) from dixons + quidco, the 50ps I gave £958 (Roughly) at either Dixons or Currys online (Same thing)

Running Sky HD and PS3/Blu ray looks amazing, there are a lot of tweaks to get the picture the way you want it of course. And as I said they are a very good looking tv indeed.

There is also a good review on avforums or you tube 50ps8000 for the avforums review if that’s quicker for you


Have to agree. I have a 46" Sammy and a 40" Sony. The LG looked as good, if not better.
#32
met_arnold_ps
Steer cllear of LG TV's you get what you pay for simple as that!


I've always thought that LG screens are some of the best you can have, it's only usually the audio that lets the TV's down?
#33
Cant really see the point in this tv, we have a 42" tv for watching TV on (wouldnt really want any bigger, especially not 60". Then we have a 80" projector screen for movies, I would like to upgrade this to possibly 100" (when I get the cash to upgrade the projector to the HD200 at the same time), 60" wouldnt be big enough.

If I was spending £1400, I would get a half decent 42" TV for watching normal TV, and then a decent projector (Either Optoma HD65 (720p, about £500) or HD200 (1080p, about £800)) and a big automatic drop down screen, and you would still have some cash left for some popcorn!
#34
cant believe this is only 340 watts. Last time I looked at 50 inch they were about 750w.
toad
#35
Monkey nuts 2
Have to agree. I have a 46" Sammy and a 40" Sony. The LG looked as good, if not better.


FYI, Nothing to do with picture quality I didn't make that clear its to do with the components/build/design used to make the TV's they are inferior to other brands such as Panasonic/Pioneer. Only some helpful advice here nothing more. I wouldn't say I am a complete expert but I have a fair knowledge about components I was also told from a expert in electronics that these are low quality TV's. They are prone to fail after a few years so the 3 year guarantee even though it is good will not cover you when the crap hits the fan! You do get what you pay for. Just see below:
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?SKUNumber=106655&Model=Pioneer-PDPLX6090
#36
shane8960
Cant really see the point in this tv, we have a 42" tv for watching TV on (wouldnt really want any bigger, especially not 60". Then we have a 80" projector screen for movies, I would like to upgrade this to possibly 100" (when I get the cash to upgrade the projector to the HD200 at the same time), 60" wouldnt be big enough.

If I was spending £1400, I would get a half decent 42" TV for watching normal TV, and then a decent projector (Either Optoma HD65 (720p, about £500) or HD200 (1080p, about £800)) and a big automatic drop down screen, and you would still have some cash left for some popcorn!


Problem with projectors is you need a room where you can control the visible light and that's not always possible. It's an option I've considered before but I'd really need to put blackout curtains in the living room which isn't currently an option.
#37
John Mason
I was once thold that Panasonic carry out a site survey before delivery and is delivered by a specialist team.


There's a picture somewhere on the internet of one of those Panny screens being craned into someones penthouse apartment.
I have a feeling that delivery cost a few quid more than normal :)
#38
BOFH_UK
Problem with projectors is you need a room where you can control the visible light and that's not always possible. It's an option I've considered before but I'd really need to put blackout curtains in the living room which isn't currently an option.


You mean the wife said no to blackouts ;-)
#39
These screens are awesome but you need an enourmous room for them. I have a 50" panny in a 24ft room and it still looks big.

Personally I feel when you get to this size you need a dedicated room anyway so may as well go the whole hog and go for Hd projector thats what I did. Yes you need black out blinds etc but I get a 9ft screen the picture is amazing although its never going to be as good as you get of a Plasma screen like this.
#40
looked at this tv in many electrical stores its total pants even in hd very bad pic there is a samsung 63inch and the pic on that kicks the lgs ass to next year go for the samsung or a sony 52 inch

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