LG 42PC56 42" HD Ready 100Hz digital Plasma TV £671.52 Delivered
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LG 42PC56 42" HD Ready 100Hz digital Plasma TV £671.52 Delivered

£671.52Dixons Deals
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Found 27th Aug 2007
Saw this on Dixons bank holiday sale. Seems a good price for a 100Hz plasma. Use codes below for this price.

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This is Dixons exclusive version of the more common market model, the LG 42PC55

This 42'' HD Ready Plasma TV is equipped with 100Hz technology, making it perfect for watching fast moving action movies and sport. Unlike standard TVs which are displayed at 50Hz, 100Hz TV works by making an extra frame between frames, which is an average of those either side. These frames are then added back to the footage in real time, creating a smoother motion when watching fast moving scenes.

Also features New Engine image processor and Clear Filter Pro technology

Picture Enhancement - Engine 2007
Contrast - 15000 : 1
Sound type - Surround Max sound technology
Inputs - 2xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1xComponent, 1xPC
Visible Screen Size - 41.5"
Digital TV receiver - for extra channels
This stylish design - looks great
Also available in - 50" screen size
Parental Lock
Sleep Timer

Use codes
DISC01 + KEL10 + FREEDEL07

Plus 4% Quidco!

LG site states this supports 1080p
uk.lge.com/pro…l=3
- mikeyp

3 Comments

Original Poster

http://pan.fotovista.com/dev/7/3/00038437/l_00038437.jpg

LG site states this supports 1080p


The LG site says it can accept 1080p input, but it can't display it at 1080p. The true resolution is 1024 x 768, which is fairly typical for a plasma, but only qualifies as 720p - and even then, it can't display the whole picture, it shrinks the horizontal resolution down from 1280 to 1024. I've never liked the way that 720p only mandates 720 vertical lines, rather than full 1280x720

Original Poster

sandym

The LG site says it can accept 1080p input, but it can't display it at … The LG site says it can accept 1080p input, but it can't display it at 1080p. The true resolution is 1024 x 768, which is fairly typical for a plasma, but only qualifies as 720p - and even then, it can't display the whole picture, it shrinks the horizontal resolution down from 1280 to 1024. I've never liked the way that 720p only mandates 720 vertical lines, rather than full 1280x720



Yea I was abit confused by LG ramblings. Although I dont have this TV I have seen it in action and looks surprisingly crisp on Sky Digital!
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