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LG 60PS8000 60" Plasma Screen 600hz! 1080p 4x hdmi 1x usb, THX, bluetooth £1,703.90 delivered @ Pixmania + 5% quidco

£1703.90 @ Pixmania
I know its alot of money for a tv but this is a 60inch hi spec THX certified plasma from lg dixons is charging £2199.99 http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@1404938478.…
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
I know its alot of money for a tv but this is a 60inch hi spec THX certified plasma from lg
dixons is charging £2199.99 http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@1404938478.1246396612@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccfdadehjelejhicflgceggdhhmdgmj.0&page=Product&fm=undefined&sm=undefined&tm=undefined&sku=137910&category_oid=-28723
With a 600Hz scanning frequency, a brightness of 1,500 cd/m² and a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, the 60PS8000 plasma screen by LG will give you a high-definition picture with outstanding quality!

Thanks to a number of different image improvement technologies, such as 600 Hz Sub-Fields Driving and Dual XD Engine, the 60PS8000 really lets you get into the heart of what you're watching. You also get Full HD resolution and a Dolby Digital-compatible audio system, which provides the best sound for all your entertainment.

The 60PS8000's connectivity will make it the core of your home entertainment centre. This plasma screen has four HDMi sockets for viewing high definition content, a USB 2.0 port for listening to MP3 music and for displaying JPEG photos, and a Bluetooth port for hooking up a wireless headset.

reviews for the 50" model http://www.avforums.com/reviews/LG-50PS8000-THX-Certified-50inch-Plasma-Review.html video review http://www.avforums.com/tv/index.php?videoid=118
user reviews http://www.reevoo.com/reviews/mpn/lg/60ps8000#reviewSummaryHeader
http://alatest.co.uk/reviews/tv-reviews/lg-60ps8000/po3-73030578,33/

Screen Format 16:9
Screen size 60" (160cm)
Brightness (in cd/m²) 1500
Contrast 2,000,000:1 (dynamic)
Response time (in ms) The response time of a plasma screen is practically zero. It is only limited by the speed of the video processor.
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1920 x 1080
Audio Audio Power 2 x 10 W
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound SRS TruSurround XT
Speakers Yes
Connectivity Connectivity 1 x composite audio/video input (phono RCA x 3) - side
2 x SCART (21-pin SCART) - rear
1 x component video input (phono RCA x 3) - rear
1 x digital audio output (optical) (TOSLINK) - rear
3 x HDMI (19-pin, type-A HDMI) - rear
1 x RGB input (15-pin D-Sub (HD-15)) - rear
1 x audio input (3.5mm stereo mini-phone jack) - rear
1 x serial - rear
1 x USB - side
1 x Bluetooth
1 x S-video input (4-pin mini-DIN) - side
1 x HDMI (19-pin, type-A HDMI) - side
SCART connectors 2
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 4
PC Input Yes
Audio output 1 x digital audio output (optical)
Tuner Standard Pal I
Double Tuner Digital tuner
Functions TV text 2,000 pages
Other functions Timer on/off, automatic power off, on-screen menus, 3:2 pull-down compensation,
Intelligent Sensor, Fluid Motion Technology 600 Hz, XD-Engine technology, 3:3 pull-down compensation, chapter marking, 1080 24p Real Movie, Digital Color Transient Improver (DCTI), Digital Luminance Transient Improver (DLTI)
General Remote control Yes
Accessories supplied Remote control, power supply
User guide English
Dimensions (mm) 927.6 x 1,465.4 x 78.9
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#1
http://righteousrants.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/kelly-brook4.jpg
#2
Don't quite know what the above pic has to do with the deal but this seems expensive to me. Are you not better hanging around for the OLED TV's to get more widely available?

I'm hanging on till jsut before Christmas before upgrading my TV
#3
FullHD would have a larger image - 1820x1080. That picture of the crumbling steps and vegetation is only 1024x768 - ideal for older generation plasmas maybe.

And 600Hz! Obviously a full HD 60" plasma TV with these features isn't going to be priced like a smaller, cheaper LCD!
#4
http://www.gfxwallpapers.com/images/wallpapers/kelly_brook_1b-380096.jpeg

There you go.
#5
Much better - is that a duvet set from the recent Debenhams sale?
#6
ah fits perfect on my 28 inch monitor . Me laughs at the porr suckers having to scroll sides ways and up and down to see what is heppening.
#7
live2giveuk
ah fits perfect on my 28 inch monitor . Me laughs at the porr suckers having to scroll sides ways and up and down to see what is heppening.


my laptop is connecting my 40" samsung via hdmi, i still scroll ><
#8
JeeBeePSB
FullHD would have a larger image - 1820x1080. That picture of the crumbling steps and vegetation is only 1024x768 - ideal for older generation plasmas maybe.

And 600Hz! Obviously a full HD 60" plasma TV with these features isn't going to be priced like a smaller, cheaper LCD!


1920*1080 while we're being pedants. :)
#9
Micky Mouse
Don't quite know what the above pic has to do with the deal but this seems expensive to me. Are you not better hanging around for the OLED TV's to get more widely available?

I'm hanging on till jsut before Christmas before upgrading my TV


yes i agree leds are excellent but then again this is 60inch, a 55inch sony led £3615 http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/2775796/art/sony/kdl-55x4500-led-televisio.html
#10
i dont get it whats up with the pics
#11
WG47
1920*1080 while we're being pedants. :)


Yeah, that's what I meant to type. Clearly my keyboard disagreed!
#12
Borat
i dont get it whats up with the pics


the images are to be viewed on a large screen such as the 60 inch lg. do u get it now?
#13
Computerman
yes i agree leds are excellent but then again this is 60inch, a 55inch sony led £3615 http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/2775796/art/sony/kdl-55x4500-led-televisio.html


I agree, LED TV's are excellent but are bit of a stop gap until the proper OLED technology comes in. Can't see the sense in dropping 2x the price of a plasma on tech that's going to be superseeded so soon. just my 2c worth
#14
OLED is going to be WAY out of the reach of the ordinary consumer ONCE it launches, so whilst it is fine to think that OLED will kill all other technologies like LCD, LED and Plasma stone dead then you are sadly mistaken ... plus nobody knows just what problems are going to creep in with this new technology!!
#15
OLED lol biggest one is around 7/10" and has a price tag of £3000.

the current samsung LEDs i prefer... 55" picture on the wall :D ultra thin-ness
#16
so who is going to buy this tv? to those who have bought the tv please give us some feedback about this tv and about pixmania when u received it. i bought my 40 inch smasung from pixmania nearly 2 yrs ago and didnt have any problems with them but some people here seem to dlislike pixmania, so i hope they have improved. Unfortunately i didnt know about cashback sites when i purchased it. Oh and some reputation pts for me would also be nice.
#17
My Optoma Hd65 projector is a truley impressive piece of kit, it is miles better than this tv i can get a 102 " 720p image and only cost me £400, check your options before you but the tv
#18
Micky Mouse;5632608
Don't quite know what the above pic has to do with the deal but this seems expensive to me. Are you not better hanging around for the OLED TV's to get more widely available?

I'm hanging on till jsut before Christmas before upgrading my TV


In 2006 everyone was saying the same about OLED and when it does appear it'll be at quite a premium as plasma's were years ago.

Personally I am saving for a new 50" or so for the 2010 World Cup, so this next May at £1000 might tempting, but with a John Lewis 5 year on site guarantee.
#19
OLED should be here next year LG have said that by summer they will have a 32inch out the prices will be high at first but will drop quickly or people will still go for a LCD/plasma. Its a nice size TV but i wouldn't buy this ive owned 2 top of the range LG 42 inch lcds and both went back faulty within the first week my gran also has there new 42inch 1080p set and the picture quality is rubbish my Toshiba 47inch Zseries is way better and im hanging on to the sets i have now as has been said the led tv's are just a stop gap alright they are thinner than my Toshiba but i wouldn't trade it in for one unless your in the market for a new lac/plasma now i would hold off.
#20
polly69
OLED should be here next year LG have said that by summer they will have a 32inch out the prices will be high at first but will drop quickly or people will still go for a LCD/plasma. Its a nice size TV but i wouldn't buy this ive owned 2 top of the range LG 42 inch lcds and both went back faulty within the first week my gran also has there new 42inch 1080p set and the picture quality is rubbish my Toshiba 47inch Zseries is way better and im hanging on to the sets i have now as has been said the led tv's are just a stop gap alright they are thinner than my Toshiba but i wouldn't trade it in for one unless your in the market for a new lac/plasma now i would hold off.

well the reviews i posted were gernerally positive if you are worried about reliabilty then i suggest you take out the 5 yrs extended warranty for £338 and that will be still cheaper than buying from dixons! jphn lewis has free 5 yr guarantee but they only have 55 inch screens.
#21
Please read this link before going ahead and buying expensive warranties.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1187190/EU-law-gives-consumers-year-guarantee-goods-kept-secret-retailers.html

As for the tv never been keen on Lg's but good price so voted hot :)
#22
That 6 year consumer rights can be useful but it's not straight forward. You have to prove that the TV wasn't fit for purpose when you were initially sold it ie. the failure stems from a pre-existing fault from the manufacturing process. These cases very often go via the small claims court. Give me JohnLewis' 5-year guarantee any day of the week...
#23
The 50" version of this tv is only £700 so for an extra 10" your willing to pay £1,000.
sorry some of you women might be happy with that but no way would i be paying £1,000 for 10"
#24
harvez;5634504
The 50" version of this tv is only £700 so for an extra 10" your willing to pay £1,000.
sorry some of you women might be happy with that but no way would i be paying £1,000 for 10"


LOL :)

You are right of course, not worth doubling the price for 60, 50" Panny 600hz im waiting for, check [url]www.avforums.com[/url] LG doesn't review very well.
#25
i'd just like to ask how the pictures of my girlfriend and sister got posted?
#26
harvez
The 50" version of this tv is only £700 so for an extra 10" your willing to pay £1,000.
sorry some of you women might be happy with that but no way would i be paying £1,000 for 10"


It's the 50PS3000 that is ~ £700, not the 50PS8000, which I believe is still over £1000. I've just got a 50PS3000 from Dixons on the £697 deal, it was delivered Sunday, unfortunately the screen is scratched, so is being replaced Monday. I'm really impressed with the picture (upgrading from a 6 year old Hitachi 42" 1024x1024 plasma).
#27
Just in my humble opinion, good deal and seriously can't wait for a big enough house to fit a 60" tele in (sensibly)! Also, in my opinion, I agree you can't knock something because of a technology that's not here yet (to the masses & in varying formats etc etc etc) & so I'm voting it hot.
Also, I understand the purpose of the pictures, but forgetting that, they still cheered me up this morning & stopped me looking at spreadsheet for a while, so thanks!
#28
Romi
My Optoma Hd65 projector is a truley impressive piece of kit, it is miles better than this tv i can get a 102 " 720p image and only cost me £400, check your options before you but the tv


HD projectors are great, but don’t go saying “it is miles better than this TV”. So, your HD Projector can work well in broad daylight can it? The image isn’t interrupted when people walk in front of the screen? Add to that, a bulb is probably £300 at least and lasts 2000 hours, the TV will last 60’000 hours. Oh, and a TV doesn’t make annoying fan noises during quiet scenes.
A PJ is great, but it is no replacement for a TV (unless you live in the dark). A PJ is not practical in my new home, so a 60” would be much better (if I could justify the cost).


harvez
The 50" version of this tv is only £700 so for an extra 10" your willing to pay £1,000.
sorry some of you women might be happy with that but no way would i be paying £1,000 for 10"



Actually, a 60” has over 44% more surface area, so you are seeing a picture that is nearly 50% bigger  And when you consider the size of a 50..you can see that is a whole lot more
#29
bowieboy123
i'd just like to ask how the pictures of my girlfriend and sister got posted?


Kelly Brook is both your sister AND your girlfriend? Incest ahoy! :lol:
#30
schizoboy
LOL :)

You are right of course, not worth doubling the price for 60, 50" Panny 600hz im waiting for, check [url]www.avforums.com[/url] LG doesn't review very well.


I have the LG 42PQ6000, their lowever spec plasma, and i must say it is superb for the money.

if i wanted a set this large i would certainly investigate this deal. There are a lot of LG detractors out there, but never had a problem with them myself.

size to size the new LG panels are very eco efficient as well.
#31
Cuddy
Kelly Brook is both your sister AND your girlfriend? Incest ahoy! :lol:


hmmm that would be a tuff one ohh bum its a silly law anyway :w00t::w00t::w00t:
#32
theres no way i'd pay nearly £2000 for LG, the service is terrible if you have a break down and the TVs arnt rated that highly. i'd rather pay the extra and get a panny/pio

not voted
#33
whats the picture quality like on these? my mother has a few year old 42" LCD LG TV and the picture quality even on blu ray isnt that impressive

Freeview is just appauling on it and my SAMSUNG 40" LE40M87BDX kicks its ass all round!
#34
Not sure if anyone has mentioned the code Homeap094 but it gives 5% off anything at pixmania

Ends July 5th!!!
#35
Good Price Nice Tv
#36
foxylady*
Not sure if anyone has mentioned the code Homeap094 but it gives 5% off anything at pixmania

Ends July 5th!!!


i tried the code and it didnt work it just says "This offer only applies to orders over".
#37
Computerman
yes i agree leds are excellent but then again this is 60inch, a 55inch sony led £3615 http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/2775796/art/sony/kdl-55x4500-led-televisio.html


The guy means OLEDs not the LCD Screens with LED backlighting. He will be waiting a few years (well a couple anyway) for a large OLED screen to hit the market and even then it's going to be very pricey.
#38
Micky Mouse
Don't quite know what the above pic has to do with the deal but this seems expensive to me. Are you not better hanging around for the OLED TV's to get more widely available?

I'm hanging on till jsut before Christmas before upgrading my TV


If you get a decent enough size screen OLED for a decent price before christmas let me know. OLED screens in large enough screen size is a little way off and will be very expensive. :roll:

Now you might get a decent LCD Screen with LED backlighting before christmas for a decent price though.;-)
#39
Computerman
i tried the code and it didnt work it just says "This offer only applies to orders over".


Not sure then if you have to go through the link of pricerunner the website which is where I got the code?
#40
The biggest technical problem for OLEDs is the limited lifetime of the organic materials, with a minimum of 14000 hours of usage whereas LCDs have around 60000 hours. Although Samsung and others have doubled/trebled the lifetime of OLED screens considerably.

The intrusion of water into displays can damage or destroy the organic materials.

Well I'm happy with my 108" LCD for now and will get 3 of these 60" plasmas to play Arma 2 with the TrackIR 5 also the 3DVision 3XS. I hope my 3x Asus GeForce GTX 295 Mars Edition can run the screens.

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