LG 60PM680T Full HD 60" Plasma 3D Smart TV with built in Wi-Fi / Freeview HD now £899 @ PC World / Currys
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LG 60PM680T Full HD 60" Plasma 3D Smart TV with built in Wi-Fi / Freeview HD now £899 @ PC World / Currys

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Found 28th Feb 2013
9/10 on reevoo - Looks like a pretty good tv for the money and with added bonus of built in Wi-Fi and not needing a dongle

HD ready Full HD 1080p
4 x HDMI
3D ready
WiFi capable Built In WiFi


The LG 60PM680T Full HD 60" Plasma 3D TV excels with Smart features and promises an incredible 3D cinematic experience. Sports and fast moving motions are crystal clear with the 600Hz motion rate and stunning plasma viewing quality.

Explore the picture | LG 60PM680T Catch up with TV you have missed through BBC iPlayer, and then boast about it your favourite social networking site! With plenty of Smart features to choose from such as web browsing, YouTube and LG Apps, the family will be happily huddled on the sofas enjoying the ultimate in TV entertainment. This incredible suite of Smart features, plus Skype and other features are easily accessible thanks to built in WiFi, an exclusive addition to this model. Also DLNA certified, this TV can hook up to other certified devices to make the most on wireless networking.

Dive into the action | LG 60PM680T Bring your TV to life with 3D TV, making you jump back into your seat with its immersive display. Connect your Blu-ray player or any other 3D capable devices to achieve the full potential of this stunning television.

Feel like your at the stadium cheering on your favourite team, or be part of the movie action with the LG 60PM680T Full HD 60" Plasma 3D TV. HD fun | LG 60PM680T To compliment the outstanding 1080p HD resolution, a Freeview HD tuner provides the latest in free-to-air viewing. Watch your favourite soaps in high definition, or catch the big game with immaculate clarity. More from your TV | LG 60PM680T Home entertainment is made easy thanks to the 4 HDMI connections, giving you the freedom to develop your cinema system to your desire. The LG 60PM680T Full HD 60" Plasma 3D TV is the star attraction in any room with its all-round stunning performance and striking attributes.

132 Comments

Looks good to me. Heat added.

No doubt people will say no to the 'Active' 3D (and no glasses provided), but I don't see 3D as a major selling point personally.

Now to try and justify 'upgrading'....
Edited by: "JusticeForThe96" 28th Feb 2013

Seems an awesome price to me. That is one big TV for the money.

Will my ZX81 work on this ?

PPI must be awful on this, don't know why they cost so much.

icehawk

PPI must be awful on this, don't know why they cost so much.



PPI is illegal as far as i know, if you are still paying PPI i would go see a solicitor.

if you can find a 1080P 60" plasma for cheaper, then please show us all where.
Edited by: "PsychoSonny" 28th Feb 2013

LG passive 3D sets are amazing. Cheap enough to be throwaway glasses, no crosstalk, bright as you like, and you can get dual player full screen on games. Passive really is the best 3D choice in the current market IMO, though some will beg to differ as the picture loses true HD detail with passive (the only downside). With that in mind I would definitely test out active VS passive 3D before buying an active set like this.

PsychoSonny

if you can find a 1080P 60" plasma for cheaper, then please show us all … if you can find a 1080P 60" plasma for cheaper, then please show us all where.



£869 +£30 delivery at Pixmania.

But factor in 6.06% CashBack on TVs they are doing - thats £52.66 back to you.

£846.34

PS I personally just bought the above from PC World (at 1.5% CB) instead as Pixmania delivery is 4-6 days, and I paid £16 at PC World to have it delivered tomorrow morning.

Willing to wait 4-6 days and you'll save yourself some dosh.

Excellent price for a big 3D FHD plasma TV... but, if you'd be happy with an ordinary 60" FHD 2D plasma TV, this LG is only £729 delivered - totallydigitalonline.co.uk/60p…tml .

Heat added, HTH.

M.

Edited by: "Flarky" 28th Feb 2013

Silhouette

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/11864390/art/lg/60pm680t-full-hd-60-plasm.html



THis is part of the same company, the DSG group, it may be 869, but they charge delivery, showing as from £30, making it the same price not cheaper.

SteveM79

[This is part of the same company, the DSG group, it may be 869, but they … [This is part of the same company, the DSG group, it may be 869, but they charge delivery, showing as from £30, making it the same price not cheaper.



Did you not read my post above the link?

bbdom

Will my ZX81 work on this ?



Yes, Yes it will.

Active 3D is the one with the battery glasses isnt it? ideally i want a similar size, but with the glasses you can get from the cinema for a quid as i have 2 small kids that will just go through them like a hot knife through butter.

EDIT - dont worry, i just read a post above...
Edited by: "MungoSplodge" 28th Feb 2013

Silhouette

Did you not read my post above the link?



No, but I've seen it now, I once was blind but now I see. Still worth noting it's part of same company. Thanks for healing my sight.

looks like a nice price for a 60" LG TV HOT.

prefer active for the quality pic - but passive if you have kids

icehawk

PPI must be awful on this, don't know why they cost so much.



Eh? Unless you sit 6 inches from your TV you're talking utter nonsense.

I'm just curious as to why they cost so much. You would've thought cramming more pixels into less space is expensive and yet these are cramming the same number of pixels into a larger space using ages old technology. £400 seems like a reasonable price to me considering you can get higher resolution albeit smaller monitors for this sort of money.

Plasma tech didn't just stop developing 6 years ago you know...

Was thinking of getting the Panasonic GT50 for 899.

This look tempting, just very few reviews out there

I recently bought the LG60PA650T same as this same frame same spec but without the 3D and smart tv nonsense, its visually stunning after applying various settings from the Tuning Forums....out of the box its just ok blacks are just ok...once tuned these 60" plasmas have a mean picture im very impressed with mine and I paid £799

I have the LGPM670T which is essentially the same set without built in wifi. Can confirm it is 3D active and glasses require battery power. Excellent set paid 200 more three months back

PPI is illegal as far as i know, if you are still paying PPI i would go … PPI is illegal as far as i know, if you are still paying PPI i would go see a solicitor.


Nothing illegal about PPI

He was having a laugh, the other guy he was responding to was talking about pixels per inch

cue tawke say "I know that, I was being all sarcastic"

I have the 55" and the glasses certainly don't need batteries,the picture quality is great too.

Now that is what I call a Man TV ! I could cry when I paid £1700 for a 42" Panasonic 7 years ago.

villan57

Now that is what I call a Man TV ! I could cry when I paid £1700 for a … Now that is what I call a Man TV ! I could cry when I paid £1700 for a 42" Panasonic 7 years ago.



You can do the same in 7 years if you buy this then.

DemonSurfer

I have the 55" and the glasses certainly don't need batteries,the picture … I have the 55" and the glasses certainly don't need batteries,the picture quality is great too.



pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml

You must have a different set

very hot deal

Banned

DemonSurfer

I have the 55" and the glasses certainly don't need batteries,the picture … I have the 55" and the glasses certainly don't need batteries,the picture quality is great too.



This one has proper full resolution Active 3D, and the glasses require batteries and are expensive. You have the cheaper but visually inferior passive 3D set.

This is cheap because it is discontinued.


Edited by: "richto" 28th Feb 2013

The main issue with this TV from what I've read is the input lag which is not suitable for gaming. I guess if you are not a gamer then it is an incredible deal.

You don't lose any hd quality with passive now. It is better and has better advantages over active.

if only I had a room big enough to justify this.

We're could you get cheap active glasses for these ?

This or the sharp lc60le636e? I saw it at a similar price a few months back. what is better at this size, the plazma or LED?

Heat added, good deal non the less.

PsychoSonny

PPI is illegal as far as i know, if you are still paying PPI i would go … PPI is illegal as far as i know, if you are still paying PPI i would go see a solicitor.if you can find a 1080P 60" plasma for cheaper, then please show us all where.



LOL Not payment protection insurance Dude. its pixels per an inch

Silhouette

£869 +£30 delivery at Pixmania.But factor in 6.06% CashBack on TVs they a … £869 +£30 delivery at Pixmania.But factor in 6.06% CashBack on TVs they are doing - thats £52.66 back to you.£846.34PS I personally just bought the above from PC World (at 1.5% CB) instead as Pixmania delivery is 4-6 days, and I paid £16 at PC World to have it delivered tomorrow morning.Willing to wait 4-6 days and you'll save yourself some dosh.



PIXMANIA £12 off on all orders over £400 - UK12PIXMAR (shown on TopCashback)
*TVs and Apple products are still excluded <---strange as website accepts the code...?
Edited by: "watson44" 28th Feb 2013

looks good

james-young

LOL Not payment protection insurance Dude. its pixels per an inch



Ah! Ok, I see now... Thanks.

Anybody know where to buy the active glasses at a decent price for this mother? Thanks in advance.

Massive heat OP cheers.
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