LG42PJ350 - LG 42 inch plasma £372.70 delivered @ RGBDirect - HotUKDeals
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Product Features

* 42 inch HD Ready with built in Freeview
* 600Hz with Contrast Ratio of 3000000:1
* 2 HDMI inputs
* USB Input
* Razor frame design with Smart Energy Saving Plus and clear Voice II

Technical Details

Screen size (in.) - 42
Display Type - Plasma
HD Ready - Yes
Contrast Ratio - 3-000-000:1
Aspect Ratio - 16:9
HDMI - 2
Picture Wizard - Yes
Audio Output - 10W + 10W
Clear Voice - Yes (Clear Voice II)
Intelligent Sensor - Yes
Energy Saving recommended - Yes
Smart Energy Saving Plus - Yes
USB 2.0 (DivX HD- MP3- Jpeg play) - Yes
Award - isf Certification
Razor Frame (Narrow frame and Slim depth) - Yes
SET (w/o stand) (mm) - 988 x 617.8 x 55.3
Including stand (mm) - 988 x 678.7 x 260
VESA Dimensions (mm) - 400 x 400
SET weight (w/o stand kg) - 20
Including stand (kg) - 21.6
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#1
Great price for a 42 inch plasma, but only 720p, and not 1080. Almost bit the bullet until I read some reviews!
#2
i have been watching them for a while
dont think i will notice the difference between 720p and 1080p
but might wait till a 1080p one comes down
1 Like #3
I have had this tv for over four months bought from rgb for 400. Even though it ain't 1080p it is hot stuff.
#4
"dont think i will notice the difference between 720p and 1080p"

Don't make the mistake I did!

I thought the same, and bought a 720p TV to save a few pounds a few years ago. I wish now I had bought a full HD TV. You MAY not notice the difference, although I beg to differ when you're watching Blu-Rays, but even you if can't SEE it, it'll still be gnawing away in the back of your mind while you're watching your hi-def sources!

Dig a little deeper, and go for Full HD!
#5
kev_gordon
"dont think i will notice the difference between 720p and 1080p"

Don't make the mistake I did!

I thought the same, and bought a 720p TV to save a few pounds a few years ago. I wish now I had bought a full HD TV. You MAY not notice the difference, although I beg to differ when you're watching Blu-Rays, but even you if can't SEE it, it'll still be gnawing away in the back of your mind while you're watching your hi-def sources!

Dig a little deeper, and go for Full HD!


cheers for that, thats what i was thinking, cheers
#6
kev_gordon
"dont think i will notice the difference between 720p and 1080p"

Don't make the mistake I did!

I thought the same, and bought a 720p TV to save a few pounds a few years ago. I wish now I had bought a full HD TV. You MAY not notice the difference, although I beg to differ when you're watching Blu-Rays, but even you if can't SEE it, it'll still be gnawing away in the back of your mind while you're watching your hi-def sources!

Dig a little deeper, and go for Full HD!


+1, dont believe the people that say you cant tell the difference, you can a 720p source and 1080p source WILL look different.

I can tell the different on my 24inch screen and given most people dont have an enourmous living room, the TV is not too far from your eyes that you can't notice a difference
banned#7
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kev_gordon
"dont think i will notice the difference between 720p and 1080p"Don't make the mistake I did! I thought the same, and bought a 720p TV to save a few pounds a few years ago. I wish now I had bought a full HD TV. You MAY not notice the difference, although I beg to differ when you're watching Blu-Rays, but even you if can't SEE it, it'll still be gnawing away in the back of your mind while you're watching your hi-def sources!Dig a little deeper, and go for Full HD!
+1, dont believe the people that say you cant tell the difference, you can a 720p source and 1080p source WILL look different.I can tell the different on my 24inch screen and given most people dont have an enourmous living room, the TV is not too far from your eyes that you can't notice a difference

I think that many people are buying 1080P TVs, just because they are 1080P TVs and not considering what they will be using them for. . I bought a 720P Panasonic Plasma and have noticed a number of things when compared to my friends various full HD TVs. Sky SD pictures are better and this what 95% of my families viewing is, I don't own nor want a Blu-Ray player, my DVD upscales and give a pretty high quality image, and lastly we don't have or want a PS3, our WII runs at 480P. Oh and SkyHD is not and probably never will be broadcast in 1080P, so again my HD picture is as good as my friends TVs.
Lastly, I sit here every night flicking through Sky and the programs are so crap I don't see the point in stressing over finding the ultimate picture. It's ironic really, as we strive to obtain the ultimate picture and sound, TV is being dumbed down to the point where there will be nothing to watch.
After all the thought of seeing Simon Cowells smug mug or some old bird from big brothers pimpley ****, in full glorious pinsharp 1080P does nothing for me.

Edited By: copthis1 on Sep 26, 2010 07:19: added.
#8
can get a 40 inch samsung 1080p for £385 delivered
LE40C530 40 Inch Full HD Series 5 LCD TV
#9
anything not 1080p is made by satan
banned#10
slackrat77
anything not 1080p is made by satan

Anyone craving a 1080P must have a small hampton.............
#11
now £359 delivered at electrical experience
#12
2.5% quidco from them too

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