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LG 60PK250 60" Plasma TV, full HD £1067.95 @ Electro Centre (Digital Point)
LG 60PK250 60" Plasma TV, full HD £1067.95 @ Electro Centre (Digital Point)

LG 60PK250 60" Plasma TV, full HD £1067.95 @ Electro Centre (Digital Point)

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This is the LG 60PK250 60" Plasma TV series which provides superb picture quality and perfect for bringing the cinematic experience home. This LG 60PK250 can convert your living room to a sports stadium or cinema with this large experience, perfect for watching sport and movies in crystal clear picture quality. This LG 60PK250 is Full HD 1080p with LG 600Hz technology so you will never miss a piece of the action. This LG 60PK250 comes with 1 year warranty which includes both parts and labour for peace of mind.

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Shame my house is not big enough....but hot anyway

Funny you should post this - just spotted it myself, and I'm seriously considering getting it!

Original Poster

me too, i'll need to shift the 42" from my bedroom to my garage and the 50" from the living room to the bedroom first.........can't wait ti get Fifa 11 on thi bad boy.

Original Poster

cold, there's a surprise

bargain!

i think im gonna get three for some eyefinity gaming!

Surely if you are gonna spend a grand on a new tv - isnt it best to futureproof it with a 3d set which im sure must be the same price - even though im not convinced by the tech

i have this tv and i love it
i was going to go 3d this year but im not going to do it as there is 3d with no specs coming out soon so i dont see the point in buying one .

scottscotland

i have this tv and i love it i was going to go 3d this year but im not … i have this tv and i love it i was going to go 3d this year but im not going to do it as there is 3d with no specs coming out soon so i dont see the point in buying one .


Fair point - yeh the ones at CES were incredible - think 3d tv will catch on without the specs
Edited by: "dandoc2" 7th Nov 2010

Highly unlikely we will see no specs 3D TV any time in the next decade at least. Any tech that permits it will require an extremely narrow viewing angle/spot. Not practical for TV, although fine for a handheld console, phone, iPod etc.

dandoc2

Surely if you are gonna spend a grand on a new tv - isnt it best to … Surely if you are gonna spend a grand on a new tv - isnt it best to futureproof it with a 3d set which im sure must be the same price - even though im not convinced by the tech



Really where can you get a 60" 3D set for a snitch over a grand?

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Rich44

Really where can you get a 60" 3D set for a snitch over a grand?



ha ha, u beat me 2 it.

hamza123

ha ha, u beat me 2 it.



Did you order this in the end mate? I've decided to be sensible and hold onto my current 50" Panny, but if you have gone for it let me know what you think - I'd be really interested!

Original Poster

no, wife stepped in and reminded me that our 2 kids would like a christmas

60" of tv ...I'm just glad its out of my price range otherwise I would have picked one up and its way to big for my room but that would'nt stop me as Id make room.

hamza123

no, wife stepped in and reminded me that our 2 kids would like a … no, wife stepped in and reminded me that our 2 kids would like a christmas



Pfft I'm sure the kids would be happy with a 60" panel to share (read: never get a look in) with Dad.

HOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! also 3D tv at moment is waste time only few films out in pure 3d....... movies converted to 3d = fail just look at reasons latest harry potter wont be 3d and that answers it

i reckon by time we get no glasses 3d tv 3d will have matured, and 3d no glasses is only 2-3 maybe max of 4 years off by the way at the speed things are going, and 2nd gen 3d tvs are out next year too.

Also these 2010 LG TV's are panny killers by the way, panasonic really messed up their 2010 TV's and cost almost double an LG 2010 pk model, i have the LG PK590 50" and its awesome.

AMAZING. Can't beleive you can get a 60" for this price now. TV prices have come down so much in the last few years.

I remember when I saw a 60" Plasma set for the first time a few years back and it was £6,000, and probably no-where near as good as this one

DontRun

AMAZING. Can't beleive you can get a 60" for this price now. TV prices … AMAZING. Can't beleive you can get a 60" for this price now. TV prices have come down so much in the last few years.I remember when I saw a 60" Plasma set for the first time a few years back and it was £6,000, and probably no-where near as good as this one



That was probably a kuro and this tv cannot touch a kuro.

Gozman

That was probably a kuro and this tv cannot touch a kuro.



Actually this set is pretty much on a par with the 8G Kuro panels. Won't touch a 9G one though...

problem is the prices of the smaller sets - I want this but I can't decide if this money should go towards a projector with a 90-100" projection or to this TV.

DontRun

AMAZING. Can't beleive you can get a 60" for this price now. TV prices … AMAZING. Can't beleive you can get a 60" for this price now. TV prices have come down so much in the last few years.I remember when I saw a 60" Plasma set for the first time a few years back and it was £6,000, and probably no-where near as good as this one

ideal for bolting to the bedroom ceiling for watching pr0n lifesize

Voted hot, but sometimes TV's can just be too big and most channels I watch anyway are in standard def, and they can get too stretched, 40" is just right for the size of our living room... But I suppose this would be good for sports or a home cinema

Seems to be £769 on Amazon via one of the third party sellers ('brand new boxed and sealed', 95% positive feedback) link

Probably a misprice, but worth a try.

EDIT: Must have been a misprice, it's now disappeared at that price

Edited by: "iambigred" 8th Nov 2010

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yos2008

Price is cheapest... but only by a few quid. Not … Price is cheapest... but only by a few quid. Not votinghttp://www.testfreaks.co.uk/tvs/lg-60pk250/



that doesn't even make sense, if it's the cheapeast why would you not vote?

is that not the whole point?!

Ive looked online, read about lenticular lenses and head tracking 3d without glasses, but im sorry i can't see comet/currys etc selling glasses less tv anytime soon, maybe not even this decade

I can't see how an everage family of four will be able to sit down looking at a flat tv in the corner of the room which will then project a different image to each of their eye's, and then at the press of a button on the remote, the 3d effect can be turned off and you can watch normal 2d on the same tv. It just does'nt seem possible unless all 4 people have to sit in the exact sweet spot to see it, which isnt very practical.

voted hot tho, cos a 60" plasma for this price is hot beans!

Edited by: "chevychase" 9th Nov 2010
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