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Which 50" Plasma (pretty urgent)?

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Hi, can anyone tell me, out of these two tellys, which one should I go for? (wanting to get a quick answer & explanation if poss, as wanting to buy today and shop closes at 6pm) LG 50PK350 50" F…
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Hi, can anyone tell me, out of these two tellys, which one should I go for?

(wanting to get a quick answer & explanation if poss, as wanting to buy today and shop closes at 6pm)

LG 50PK350 50" Full HD Plasma TV
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/lg-50pk350-50-full-hd-plasma-tv-04877737-pdt.html



SAMSUNG PS50C450B 50" HD Ready Plasma TV
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-ps50c450b-50-hd-ready-plasma-tv-04906498-pdt.html


Aside from the LG being Full HD 1080p, and the sumsung not being full HD, what are the other differences?

Which would you go for, and why?
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
I'd go for full HD on a TV that size without any doubt at all.

We have 1 42" Sony 1080p TV and one 40" Samsung TV (not FullHD) and you can instantly tell the difference, even on SD pictures it's noticable.
#2
get the Full HD one. without a doubt.
#3
Yep, full HD from me too mate for the reasons given by wotwot123. The bigger the screen the more important HD is. However, running anything other than HD through either of these will give a picture that is far from detailed. Indeed, in most cases a CRT will give a better result when showing non HD input.
#4
Simple question.

1. Will you be buying a Blueray player or other 1080p media source ?

Sky HD & Virgin HD are only 720, so if your not getting any of the above, you dont NEED a full HD TV.

I'd get a Panasonic over either of those 2 makes though if possible - Samsung TV's buzz :(
#5
the LG TV seems a better deal all round , ive just bought a 37"LCD full HD LG tv, sound n picture quality is brilliant !!
#6
ChrisUK
Simple question.

1. Will you be buying a Blueray player or other 1080p media source ?

Sky HD & Virgin HD are only 720, so if your not getting any of the above, you dont NEED a full HD TV.

I'd get a Panasonic over either of those 2 makes though if possible - Samsung TV's buzz :(


Rubbish

Like I said, even with SD sources, the difference is there, that's if you have perfect eyesight or wear glasses. ;)
#7
Panasonic if you want the best quality lower priced plasma TV.
#8
(wanting to get a quick answer & explanation if poss, as wanting to buy today and shop closes at 6pm)

Wow.... impulse or what : P
#9
Samsungs are better for LCDS than plasma whereas Panasonic and Toshiba have the best reps for Plasmas.

The higher the res the worse SD looks generally.

It all comes down to future proofing, the only real thing that will use the quality of 1080p is pc usage (and often that needs a powerful machine) or blu ray or if you still have a hd dvd player.

Most 360 and PS3 games are 720p though I am not 100% sure about recent games, Sky HD as stated is 720p
#10
I have a 42" plasma LG and it's only 720'ish. The football in HD is simply stunning on it.
#11
ryouga;8822250
Most 360 and PS3 games are 720p though I am not 100% sure about recent games, Sky HD as stated is 720p



There are practically no native 1080p games on either format. I agree about PC connectivity though, mine looks ropey on the plasma (720p) compared to the monitor (1080p).
#12
Wotwot123
Rubbish

Like I said, even with SD sources, the difference is there, that's if you have perfect eyesight or wear glasses. ;)


Really?

What difference would having a panel with the capability to display full HD over one that doesn't in showing an SD picture?

Think about it.

It's all in the picture processing capability of the panel, and not the resolution it can display at the end of the day.
#13
Get the 1080p or you might as well just buy a CRT.
#14
moob
Really?

What difference would having a panel with the capability to display full HD over one that doesn't in showing an SD picture?

Think about it.

It's all in the picture processing capability of the panel, and not the resolution it can display at the end of the day.


I'm just commenting on my experience really, I use both of the Plasmas here a lot - I use the 1080p for PS3 and BluRay, and the 720p one is used for general TV. Quality of TV is better on the 1080p one, maybe due to the Samsung being crap, who knows, but I can tell the difference.
#15
Wotwot123
I'm just commenting on my experience really, I use both of the Plasmas here a lot - I use the 1080p for PS3 and BluRay, and the 720p one is used for general TV. Quality of TV is better on the 1080p one, maybe due to the Samsung being crap, who knows, but I can tell the difference.


That's kinda my point mate.:thumbsup:
#16
^^ what signal is going inot the 720 though, a blu ray on a 1080 is obviously going to look better than SD on a 720?
#17
i love tv threads on here!!

OP..Get them to demo both for you from the same source and let your eyes decide

or if you CBA in my opinion the LG and thats not because its full HD,just from personal experience that they make crackin' plasmas.
#18
pistol6000
i love tv threads on here!!

OP..Get them to demo both for you from the same source and let your eyes decide

or if you CBA in my opinion the LG and thats not because its full HD,just from personal experience that they make crackin' plasmas.


That's what I thought but seeing as they haven't replied to any post on here I guess they aren't interested in what we've got to say anyway.
#19
Wotwot123
I'm just commenting on my experience really, I use both of the Plasmas here a lot - I use the 1080p for PS3 and BluRay, and the 720p one is used for general TV. Quality of TV is better on the 1080p one, maybe due to the Samsung being crap, who knows, but I can tell the difference.


:roll: thats like comparing 2 hi-fi's....but listening to a CD in one and Cassette in another and then saying the second doesnt sound as good
#20
pistol6000
:roll: thats like comparing 2 hi-fi's....but listening to a CD in one and Cassette in another and then saying the second doesnt sound as good


Not really, as I'm comparing SD content and both the TV's cost near enough the same money. (Sony was £500 (biggest bargain ever) and Samsung we got for £400 but it was £500)
#21
who cares. whatever you watch on either will look great.
we had them side by side in our store and I couldnt find any customer who could see the resolution difference, and yes they were both being fed from a blu ray
#22
Wotwot123
Not really, as I'm comparing SD content and both the TV's cost near enough the same money. (Sony was £500 (biggest bargain ever) and Samsung we got for £400 but it was £500)


my apologies i mis-read your post:oops: but i would say your sony would still be better the samsung even if it wasnt full HD (imo of course)
#23
Too late shops shut.
#24
What a cartload of poorly informed self proclamed experts moob being a notable exception.
#25
Ingliston
What a cartload of poorly informed self proclamed experts moob being a notable exception.


its like being at work! (staff and customers TBH)
#26
Ingliston
What a cartload of poorly informed self proclamed experts moob being a notable exception.


Self proclaimed person with experience that spends 6 hours a day infront of the screens.
#27
Thanks guys. Got the LG sitting in the box in the living room, about the assemble the stand, then will leave to "settle" until the morning.

CAN'T WAIT!!
#28
And yes, what an impulse buy eh?! hehe
banned#29
just a few people advising on a forum, like a lamb to the slaughter
#30
goldmax
just a few people advising on a forum, like a lamb to the slaughter


Thanks for the pointless post
#31
Have the samsung model , no problems at all except the poor sound which nearly all samsung models suffer from, its quite bad on this model, sound distorts even at low volume, luckily i use a samsung home threatre system with the TV to get around this.

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