LG 60PB660V Smart 60" Plasma TV - £599 Web Exclusive Price @ Currys
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LG 60PB660V Smart 60" Plasma TV - £599 Web Exclusive Price @ Currys

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Great price. Hot.

My last plasma was an LG and it was the best tele I've owned. Good build quality as well.

Very very hot

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ENERGY CONSUMPTION
Energy efficiency class B
On-mode power consumption 158 W
Annual power consumption 231 kWh
SCREEN
Screen technology Plasma
Screen size 60"
Resolution 1920 x 1080
PICTURE QUALITY
Motion rate 600 Hz
Picture enhancement Triple Engine
Noise reduction Yes - Active Noise Reduction
SMART
Smart TV services - Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, Demand 5
- App store: LG App Store
- Custom homepage
- Full internet browser
- Knowhow Movies
- Social media: Facebook, Twitter
- Skype-compatible
Smartphone app Yes
CONNECTIVITY
WiFi WiFi via adapter (sold separately)
Ethernet Yes
DLNA certified Yes
Connections - HDMI x 3 (ARC compatible x 1)
- SCART x 1
- Component input x 1
- Composite input x 1
- USB 2.0 x 3
TUNER
TV tuner DVB-T2 Freeview HD Tuner
Electronic programme guide 8-day EPG
Standard PAL
AUDIO
Speakers 2
Audio power 20 W
Mono / Stereo sound Stereo
Sound enhancement Clear Voice II
FEATURES
Remote control Yes
VESA wall mount dimensions 400 x 400
Table-top stand Yes
Other features Magic Remote compatible
GENERAL
Colour Silver and black
Internal menu languages 34 languages
Accessories included AC power cable
Dimensions - Unboxed: 823.7 x 1390.8 x 56 mm (H x W x D)
- Unboxed with stand: 880.9 x 1390.8 x 340 mm (H x W x D)
- Boxed: 928 x 1509 x 269 mm (H x W x D)
Weight - Unboxed: 33 kg
- Unboxed with stand: 35.7 kg
- Boxed: 43.5 kg
Manufacturer’s guarantee 1 year
Edited by: "delusion" 26th Nov 2014

currys web site has put me in a que to view lmao!

tempted.

Will be this price in store from tomorrow morning.
Cheap but not a good picture, very dull and washed out

i see that currys shipped it in only to have it as a cheap tv...

Mr_G13

currys web site has put me in a que to view lmao!



In the same queue,not sure i like it,you cant push in !

jarjarmustdie

Cheap but not a good picture, very dull and washed out



Agreed!

held in a queue behind 18000 people!
I think not, brilliant marketing tool to make the gullible buy with out a second thought thinking they will miss out on this very average opportunity

Ok but very power hungry 158w by today's standards most big screen tv use way less power also very heavy even for a plasma, But yes its cheap.

Also note in the spec it says no wifi need adapter.

Heat added to take this deal into the hot section. Great price for a 60" TV! Plasm as are still good imo.
Edited by: "loopylloyd" 26th Nov 2014

Is it me or is it HOT in here

Also available from the PC World web site without any waiting!

pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml

;-)

jarjarmustdie

Will be this price in store from tomorrow morning. Cheap but not a good … Will be this price in store from tomorrow morning. Cheap but not a good picture, very dull and washed out


Yes review what hi-fi here

sradmad

Is it me or is it HOT in here



Show us your photo and let us be the judge of that

darrengee

Yes review what hi-fi here



different model???

Did not vote hot or cold, but definitely go into the store and compare this panel to others. Compared to a Sony/Samsung at around the same price, I thought the display was quite poor (poorer blacks, very reflective screen). If size is more important to you though, then this can't be beat.

Cold? Not if it's anything like my plasma TV. Hot for me, though I think my 9yo Hitachi has a few years left.

what bloody queue never heard of that one before!!!

Im still waiting in the queue lol

Time to upgrade my 50" LG!

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rd3d2

Also available from the PC World web site without any … Also available from the PC World web site without any waiting!http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-audio/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/lg-60pb660v-smart-60-plasma-tv-10010573-pdt.html#cat-0;-)



Well done.
Great thinking.
Straight in and ordered

3% on quidco too. Great deal have some heat.

Dont risk buying anything for this kind of money from Currys or PC world.
If it breaks their warranty is next to useless.
They wont fix it unless you arrange for an (you have to find one, and pay them) engineer to examine it and write you a letter to confirm that it isn't faulty due to misuse or damage.

Purchase always from John Lewis. Can't go wrong.

good deal, but personally looking for a 1080p 50inch with excellent picture quality and low input lag...

any recommendations? ?

Its 2014 and websites now have a queue to view it? What a great way to put off potential customers. I hope this embarrassment of an idea doesn't catch on.

great TV and picture

nickname_esco

good deal, but personally looking for a 1080p 50inch with excellent … good deal, but personally looking for a 1080p 50inch with excellent picture quality and low input lag...any recommendations? ?



Dont go for sharp.

So tempted by this, Plasma still gives the best picture on the market.
Edited by: "David23" 27th Nov 2014

phenix1x

Ok but very power hungry 158w by today's standards most big screen tv use … Ok but very power hungry 158w by today's standards most big screen tv use way less power also very heavy even for a plasma, But yes its cheap.


That's misleading as the power consumption of a plasma TV varies much more with brightness than an LCD TV and the figure given will be the maximum.

Not voted but it sounds like the only thing it really has going for it is the screen size. I have no idea why anyone would want a TV with poor colours/picture

Nowhere near as good as the now sadly discontinued Panasonic Plasma was. Have a feeling a decent LCD would be better than this now. Not hugely cheap either if reviewed at £630.

I personally think 60" is far too big, I purchased a 58" and it's absolutely massive and sticks out in any room we put it in!

benskia

Dont risk buying anything for this kind of money from Currys or PC … Dont risk buying anything for this kind of money from Currys or PC world.If it breaks their warranty is next to useless.They wont fix it unless you arrange for an (you have to find one, and pay them) engineer to examine it and write you a letter to confirm that it isn't faulty due to misuse or damage.



This is true, I'd never by a TV from here. Richer sounds will give you a 5 year warranty for 10% of the price of the TV, I had an LG plasma picture go dodgy after 4 years and they replaced the panel without any hassle.

When PC World or Currys advertise something like this on TV, there is always a catch with the product. As mentioned poor colours/picture. Paid £1400 for my Samsung LED 60 back in June, yes its alot of money for a TV but colours/picture is top notch when reading all the reviews.

This is for the skanky ass back door chav's who can boast "Look at me blud, I got a sick 60 inch TV!!!" When they know nothing about what makes a decent TV.

Edited by: "malachi" 27th Nov 2014

rich146

Purchase always from John Lewis. Can't go wrong.

benskia

Dont risk buying anything for this kind of money from Currys or PC … Dont risk buying anything for this kind of money from Currys or PC world.If it breaks their warranty is next to useless.They wont fix it unless you arrange for an (you have to find one, and pay them) engineer to examine it and write you a letter to confirm that it isn't faulty due to misuse or damage.

Your legal right is a free repair in first year. Either drop off at shop or they should arrange a courier collection or home visit. But yh i dont shop there. Very poor service. 'deals' are just price goes up just to come down.

malachi

When PC World or Currys advertise something like this on TV, there is … When PC World or Currys advertise something like this on TV, there is always a catch with the product. As mentioned poor colours/picture. Paid £1400 for my Samsung LED 60 back in June, yes its alot of money for a TV but colours/picture is top notch when reading all the reviews.This is for the skanky ass back door chav's who can boast "Look at me blud, I got a sick 60 inch TV!!!" When they know nothing about what makes a decent TV.



Come on, Currys in recent weeks have advertised Samsung HU8500s and HU8200s, Sony X8505s. Is there something wrong with these high end UHD models?

impatientlime

Come on, Currys in recent weeks have advertised Samsung HU8500s and … Come on, Currys in recent weeks have advertised Samsung HU8500s and HU8200s, Sony X8505s. Is there something wrong with these high end UHD models?



Nope but when they advertised that, it was stated on here you could get them cheaper else where or at John Lewis for the same price as Currys but with 5 years warranty.
Edited by: "malachi" 27th Nov 2014
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