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LG 50PN4500 50" (127cm) HD Plasma TV for $585 at The Good Guys

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LG 50"(127cm) HD Plasma TV

1024 x 768 resolution. 600Hz Max Sub-Field Driving. 1 x HDMI and 1 x USB inputs. 1 year warranty.

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  • -2 votes

    Looks like good value, how much is it normally ?

    • +1 vote

      Its on clearance so its price shouldn't be going back up (but RRP from LG is $999), the next model 50PN6500 model was $687 from Harvey norman, it was also 600Hz and Full HD.

      I don't get this TV. Its resolution is low, refresh rate is nice but for a TV that size I just can't see such a low resolution cutting it.

      I have to be missing something about this TV (other then price per inch).

  • I personally think it's worth $104 for 1920 x 1080 resolution http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/buyonline/LG_50%22(127cm)_FHD_Plasma_TV_50PN6500

  • 1024 x 768

    Really?
    Also only one HDMI input.

    • +2 votes

      Where else can you get an 50" XGA monitor for your Pentium III for under $600…

  • Woof. That res is terrible for a 50 inch. It would look sooo bad.

    • -3 votes

      You could get it for the kids to watch Lego movies and Ninjago…

    • Yeah, 576i free-to-air TV and DVDs are going to look soooo terrible on a 768i display. You think someone spending $500 on a TV is going to be watching anything other than that?

  • This has oddly low/poor native resolution for a large screen. If that is correct, it should not claim HD as 1280x720 is minimum resolution AFAIK.

    • I assume they mean "highly distorted", not hi-def. 4:3 ratio mapping to 16:9 ?
      Gotta be bad

  • Wow, truly horrendous specs for a 50" TV. 1024x768 and 1 HDMI input? Sounds like the hottest model from … ooh … 2003?

    • Back in 2002/2003, most plasmas didn't have HDMI at all - component was the best you could hope for, and 640x480 resolution was considered pretty good. Plasmas capable of HD resolution did not appear until later than 2003.

  • I believe they had this for $480 a few weeks ago at the Maribyrnong Store.

  • There would be better deals available considering its not 1920 x 1080 and has limited connections and is a 2012 model.