LG 50PA4500 50-inch HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview £399.98 @ Ebuyer
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LG 50PA4500 50-inch HD Ready Plasma TV with Freeview £399.98 @ Ebuyer

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Found 1st Oct 2012
Dropped another £10 from a few weeks ago


HD Plasma TV
- 600Hz Response Time
- HDMI port
- Freeview
- Wall Mountable

LG 50PA4500 Television
50” HD Plasma TV with 600Hz and 2 HDMI
The HD Ready PA4500 Plasma TV series combines incredible picture quality with a stunning razor frame design.

Convert your living room into a sports stadium or cinema with vibrant colours and superb image clarity that put you right at the centre of the action. The PA4 series also offers 600Hz technology and a USB connection for access to your favourite pictures, music and videos.

AN INCREDIBLE CINEMA EXPERIENCE

LG Plasma TV is the perfect choice for a large screen cinematic experience, with faster response times and deeper blacks. Plasma TVs are perfect for watching fast action sports and movies.

600Hz
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 ECO-FRIENDLY REVOLUTION
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.

2xHDMI
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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Is this TV any good anyone?
It's not 1080 so I'm not bothering.
RobDay

It's not 1080 so I'm not bothering.



Yh it is

"Input Video Formats 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i"
LOL Its not even full 1080p !!!
And plasma worst screen and picture quality ever .
stats193

Yh it is"Input Video Formats 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i"



Those are its input resolutions. The screen's actual res is only 1024*768, which is 3/4 that of what most TVs consider to be HD-ready, and only 1/3rd the res of full HD at 1080p. In short, this TV's cheap for a reason.
Not a great picture and with the screen size magnified somewhat; a little on the pricey side for the age and specification I feel.
oskarito32

LOL Its not even full 1080p !!! And plasma worst screen and picture … LOL Its not even full 1080p !!! And plasma worst screen and picture quality ever .



If you think plasma has the worst screen and picture quality ever then I doubt you'd even be able to discern the difference between 720p and 1080p.

This particular TV isn't going to have fantastic picture quality by any means, but it offers a lot of TV for a little money.
Edited by: "dobo" 2nd Oct 2012
dobo

If you think plasma has the worst screen and picture quality ever then I … If you think plasma has the worst screen and picture quality ever then I doubt you'd even be able to discern the difference between 720p and 1080p.This particular TV isn't going to have fantastic picture quality by any means, but it offers a lot of TV for a little money.



If your after screen size and don't care to much about 1080p then why not go for a projector? You can pick a second hand 720p projector up for under £250 and a 1080p one for easily under £400 with screen sizes up to 300" depending on how much room you have in your living room of course

I have a 100" widescreen picture in my living room and love it
Doe1979

If your after screen size and don't care to much about 1080p then why not … If your after screen size and don't care to much about 1080p then why not go for a projector? You can pick a second hand 720p projector up for under £250 and a 1080p one for easily under £400 with screen sizes up to 300" depending on how much room you have in your living room of course :)I have a 100" widescreen picture in my living room and love it



a projector eh ? with ceebebies and the soaps on day a night i doubt it would last us that long as much as id like one ! (yes we need to get out more !!)
stats193

Yh it is"Input Video Formats 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 480i"



Lol, ok then....

I could probably throw 1080 input into an old CRT, it doesn't mean it's capable if projecting the image!

Rob
Doesn't look like it will show freeview HD channels, and not even real HD anyway
Been looking for a 50 or 60 inch tv for a low price. Paid just over 200 for my Sony 40" Bravia after staff discount and cashback. Was planning on using my 40" tv as a computer monitor. Decisions decisions.
Reasonable value, but on a 50" TV, 1080p is really worth having.
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