LG 50in Plasma TV £389.99 inc p&p at ebuyer
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LG 50in Plasma TV £389.99 inc p&p at ebuyer

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Found 4th Mar 2013
LG 600Hz Plasma TVs provide zero motion blur and the ultimate razor sharp response time perfect for watching high speed sports and movies.

Intelligent Sensor

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LG Intelligent Sensor technology automatically finds the optimal brightness, sharpness, colour and contrast picture settings to enhance the picture quality and reduce power consumption.

Resolution Upscaler

True HD content will always shine on an LG screen but often enough, web-based video isn’t always suitable for the big screen. That’s where LG’s resolution upscaler steps in to fill in the gaps in poor quality content and make everything you watch on the your TV – regardless of source – look mind-blowingly good.

Razor Frame

The LG Plasma TV has been highly recognized as “the World’s Slimmest Bezel in Plasma TV.” The thinner bezel enhances your viewing, allowing you a more immersive visual experience

2 x HDMI

High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) carries both sound and picture in a single cable from your devices to your high definition TV. Now you can easily connect your games console, satellite box, Blu-ray or Home Cinema System through the two HDMI ports for a true high definition entertainment experience

USB 2.0

Connect your digital camera, M-P-3 player or USB stick through the USB port to show off your latest holiday snaps, music collection or High Definition movies for a true multimedia experience.

Freeview

Get ready for the digital switch-over.
All LG TVs come with built-in Digital Freeview making sure you're ready for the digital switch-over. With LG TVs you'll have access to over 40 Freeview TV and radio channels, 8 day on-screen guide and access to digital interactive services
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was going to pop this up myself as my first post.
lot of TV for the money only 720p but good at the price.
Hopefully they've improved the stands, our 50" LG plasma stand was wobbly as heck, now safely on the wall
:p(_;)
Is only Freeview, not Freeview HD, so you'd want Sky / Virgin or an external tuner.

Only really any good for console gaming at 720p. Rubbish for Blu-ray 1080p
In b4:
HD nearly ready.
Same price on amazon
Very good heat ..
The_Pope

Is only Freeview, not Freeview HD, so you'd want Sky / Virgin or an … Is only Freeview, not Freeview HD, so you'd want Sky / Virgin or an external tuner.Only really any good for console gaming at 720p. Rubbish for Blu-ray 1080p



It's not 720p.
it's safe to say all stockists of 'HD Ready' TV's are practically giving these sets away with the arrival of 8K Ultra High Def.
This is 1024x768, not 720p. (1280x720)

In other words, it can input 720p, but it downsamples it.
Good price for this TV, but a much better TV for a slightly cheaper price in the Panasonic link above.
My older Samsung plasma TV is sold as HD rdy and reportedly is only 720p but all hdmi devices run at 1920x1080 , not sure if this is the same but might be worth checking out.
stelladrinka

it's safe to say all stockists of 'HD Ready' TV's are practically giving … it's safe to say all stockists of 'HD Ready' TV's are practically giving these sets away with the arrival of 8K Ultra High Def.



Yes like I can afford a 8k TV. The 8k TV will not have an impact for at least a year whilst the early adopter start buying them. They will become affordable in 3 years time for most people that,s why I took the plunge and bought a Samsung 8000 series whilst I wait for the prices to come down.
stelladrinka

it's safe to say all stockists of 'HD Ready' TV's are practically giving … it's safe to say all stockists of 'HD Ready' TV's are practically giving these sets away with the arrival of 8K Ultra High Def.


8k TV? well I suppose they have to think of something now that 3D is slowly dying a death. (_;)
cold..............720p................pictures gunna be terrible on a 50" without 1080p
rearwing

My older Samsung plasma TV is sold as HD rdy and reportedly is only 720p … My older Samsung plasma TV is sold as HD rdy and reportedly is only 720p but all hdmi devices run at 1920x1080 , not sure if this is the same but might be worth checking out.



What are you talking about? HDMI can accept up to 1080p but will run at resolutions lower than that and don't have to accept 1080p signals.
rearwing

My older Samsung plasma TV is sold as HD rdy and reportedly is only 720p … My older Samsung plasma TV is sold as HD rdy and reportedly is only 720p but all hdmi devices run at 1920x1080 , not sure if this is the same but might be worth checking out.



whatever the output of any device to ya tv, if ya tvs only 720p, its only gunna output a 720p display

hd ready down mean that the picture displayed is gunna be full hd.....
Ebuyer classify the Isle of Wight as a channel island, wrongly, so postage is prohibitive.
I have a LG plasma 50" and the power supply broke after 17 months, £90 repair, common issue according to google.
So not a good deal if you live on the IOW.
plewis00

What are you talking about? HDMI can accept up to 1080p but will run at … What are you talking about? HDMI can accept up to 1080p but will run at resolutions lower than that and don't have to accept 1080p signals.



Actually if we're being pedantic it can take higher than 1080p (_;)
siliconbits

Also … Also http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx-p50xb-50-hd-ready-plasma-tv-with-freeview-hd-378-tesco-1487323 I wonder which one is better.



The Panasonic by a fair distance I would say - LG have basically given up on plasma and haven't developed them in over 2 years ...
Firstly FOR THE PRICE - it's a decent Tv set.

However - I was one of the defenders of this TV and the panasonic X50 as i viewed than a decent examples of 50" TV's generally.....They aren't.

All you need to do is to go to any ASDA or TESCO superstore and they have them both on display.

As manay of you will know - what they do there is to split an HD signal between all the sets on display. I went straight to this TV and the panansonic and instinctively blamed the low quality image on a crap split signal and bad lighting...then i looked at the large screen full HD's which were using the same source signal....like night and day.

The picture on this LG and the panasonic 1024*768 TV's shows jaggies and is very dull compared to the other TV's.

That said, as with all plasmas, the motion was better.

good tv for not much money but a difficult choice when you see the difference in picture quality of better TV's.
TheKingOfHearts

Actually if we're being pedantic it can take higher than 1080p (_;)



I think it was fairly obvious what I meant, yes higher and newer spec HDMI versions have more bandwidth and therefore support for higher resolutions but I was referring primarily to the statement that 'all hdmi devices run at 1920x1080' whereas they frequently can and do support lower.
rushtonwolves

cold..............720p................pictures gunna be terrible on a 50" … cold..............720p................pictures gunna be terrible on a 50" without 1080p

Not so - I have a 50" WXGA plasma and while it's not as detailed as 1080p, it's far from terrible.
In fact, SD and over-compressed sources look a lot nicer on my plasma than a 1080p LCD.
Having said this, show me a 1080p 50" TV for this price and I'll buy it

The Panny mentioned above is better value but this is still a great price.
If youre going to sit anywhere from 6 foot back you are not going to see much difference between 1080p and 720p, especially if you have it calibrated correctly
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