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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.
Looks like good value, how much is it normally ?
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
1024 x 768
Also only one HDMI input.
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.
You could get it for the kids to watch Lego movies and Ninjago…
Not really. All the money they've saved on Ozbargain, they've used to build an extensive share portfolio.
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.