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LG 32PG6000 32" Plasma TV, yes 32" Plasma £359.90 delivered @ Bennets online
LG 32PG6000 32" Plasma TV, yes 32" Plasma £359.90 delivered @ Bennets online

LG 32PG6000 32" Plasma TV, yes 32" Plasma £359.90 delivered @ Bennets online

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A 32" HD Ready Plasma TV with built in Digital Freeview, from LG. With its frame-less design this 100Hz plasma is a sleek addition to any lounge!

Want a Plasma, but need a small one.....

Got great reviews, amazing price.

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136 Comments

32inch plasma is a little suprise. The frameless design looks cool.

I bought this model before xmas, I'm really pleased with it so far.

I'm very happy with this TV. Hot!

Scorching, this TV is a little belter by all acounts. Perfect for the bedroom or kids room.

Very cool tv, voted hot!!!!!!!

I've got the 50" version of this and they are really nice panels. The frameless design is sweet - it's just one large panel of glass at the front, completely flush.

Hot!

this tv is a cracking one to say the least.
great reviews, and plasma at 32" looks amazing!
this tv has deeper blacks than any lcd at 32" ive seen. even pannys.
Plazma, back where it belongs, at the top!

madturbs;3918351

this tv is a cracking one to say the least.great reviews, and plasma at … this tv is a cracking one to say the least.great reviews, and plasma at 32" looks amazing!this tv has deeper blacks than any lcd at 32" ive seen. even pannys.Plazma, back where it belongs, at the top!



Its never left the top amongst people who trust their eyes :thumbsup:

As much as the manufacturers wants us all to buy LCD as its cheap to make :w00t:

A nice size screen at a good price for the bedroom, and best of all......it's a plasma :thumbsup:

And not an LCD evangilist insight .... Yet ;-)

4% Topcashback too, every penny helps! Cheers.:thumbsup:

barginhunter2008;3918518

And not an LCD evangilist insight .... Yet ;-)



Now you've done it.......

theres no doubt it looks beau.

Comprehensive thread about this model here

avforums.com/for…tml

Am tempted now, either get this or hold out for the panny PX80

barginhunter2008;3918518

And not an LCD evangilist insight .... Yet ;-)



There was, but the post was deleted soon afterwards... :whistling:

Pity it is only 1024x768 :-(

gingercat;3918762

Pity it is only 1024x768 :-(



For a 32", this is not a problem...

Ordered one on the 27th using the buy it now, pay later option. Was supposed to have my order processed on the 29th. Haven't heard anything and have been unable to get hold of Bennetts since. Guess I'll struggle even more now... :w00t:

Great deal tho!

not_the_messiah;3918773

For a 32", this is not a problem...



For a 42" this is not a problem....

Richierea;3918799

For a 42" this is not a problem....



lol

How long do plasma screens last - dont they deteriorate over time?
Also, which uses more power plasma or LCD?

aljgraham;3918952

How long do plasma screens last - dont they deteriorate over time?Also, … How long do plasma screens last - dont they deteriorate over time?Also, which uses more power plasma or LCD?



No they don't deteriate, don't panic. They'll last as long as an LCD TV. They do need more power but it fluctuates with the brightness of the picture.

Are these a lot heavier than LCD ones?

Reason I ask is because I have a 30" Viewsonic telly up on a wall bracket but the wall is only plasterboard. I managed to get one of the coachbolts into a wooden batten so it's fairly secure but since the panel has developed a line down one side after 3 years I'm tempted by this but not sure if it might be too heavy.

Are Plasma's more robust than LCD's as far as children whacking them goes.

My son has just damaged our LCD, wall mounting not an ideal option otherwise it would have been done.

Anyone know if this sort of damage covered on run of the mill house insurance?

10% voucher seems to have disappeared?

not_the_messiah;3918773

For a 32", this is not a problem...



Unless you plan on using it as a PC monitor, if you're that way inclined.

Perfectly happy with my 42" 720p Panasonic plasma for all viewing purposes but if I was connecting up a PC for web/media centre use than 1080p would be nicer. But I prefer a dedicated PC screen.

Voted hot. With this you don't have to compromise on viewing angles etc. for a smaller room.

dink;3919086

Also a video on Youtube … Also a video on Youtube here:http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=uHsgL6ygeh0:thumbsup:


Didn't know Elvis Costello worked for LG!!!

currychops;3919113

Didn't know Elvis Costello worked for LG!!!



LOL apparently he does! :w00t:

gogboy;3919074

Are Plasma's more robust than LCD's as far as children whacking them goes.



From my experience 0f kids & having owned an Plasma & now LCD...I would say moste definately YES!

Plasma rules on this front

how high in hd do this go is 720p or only 1080i

This is a 720p panel, but will support 1080i and 1080p signals and downscale them to 720p.

Gollywood;3919138

From my experience 0f kids & having owned an Plasma & now LCD...I would … From my experience 0f kids & having owned an Plasma & now LCD...I would say moste definately YES!Plasma rules on this front



Been reading insurance policy and it would appear to be covered but mentions, like for like, might need to convince them to replace with Plasma lol

gogboy;3919248

Been reading insurance policy and it would appear to be covered but … Been reading insurance policy and it would appear to be covered but mentions, like for like, might need to convince them to replace with Plasma lol



Most major insurers will arrange for one of their approved retailers to replace the item, as you are dealing with the retailer you usually have some choice on what you get as long as it is within the budget the insurer have given you/them, you can always pay extra to upgrade most insurers are fine with that.
Also most insurance policies will give you accidental damage cover for audio visual equipment of a non portable nature even if you haven't paid for extended accidental damage cover, check the small print.

currychops;3919087

10% voucher seems to have disappeared?



It's on their home page not the link to the TV:)

Testament to this TV's 32" prowess is that it has maintained its price since its launch 4 or 5 months ago - in fact I would go so far as saying it has actually risen in price (which shows how sought after it has been). The big question though: is this such a great price now given it was a wee bit lower 2 or 3 months ago??

Also anybody interested in a 32" Plasma might be interested in knowing that LG don't plan on continuing developing the 32" Plasma market any further and this will the one and only 32" Plasma launched by them ... so how long they will be on sale for is anyones guess.

One thing that is sure though is that it will blow out of the water ANY 32" LCD for picture quality, design, picture tweaking and sheer beauty.

crofter;3920481

One thing that is sure though is that it will blow out of the water ANY … One thing that is sure though is that it will blow out of the water ANY 32" LCD for picture quality, design, picture tweaking and sheer beauty.



Actually, I expect Pioneer's 32" effort probably beats it on picture quality overall... but it's extremely expensive and completely not worth it in my opinion.

Great price if you want to watch this for movies. Stay clear of it if you're a console gamer or tend to leave the same channel on a lot. The image retention is very noticeable.
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