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LG 50PW350 50-Inch 720p Active 3D Plasma HDTV Review

Sunday, July 31, 2011

LG 50PW350 50-Inch 720p Active 3D Plasma HDTV
LG 50PW350 50-Inch 720p Active 3D Plasma HDTV
Brand : LG Model : 50PW350

Overall Rating 4.5/5:

  • Bring your content alive with full 7200p HD 3D technology
  • Incredibly high contrast ratio of 10,000,000:1 delivers incredibly vibrant colors and deeper and darker blacks
  • Energy Star qualified so your entertainment experience uses less energy
  • The 600Hz Sub Field Driving virtually eliminates motion blur
  • At less than 1" wide the new TruSlim Frame trims away the distraction of a wide frame.

Description from manufactory

The Third Dimension
Plasma TVs have always offered a great picture, but have some disadvantages, in particular, who were greedy for power. LG 50PW350 change history. Still offers a pretty picture, but the ENERGY STAR symbol so you know you're saving energy (and money). But even more interesting than that, this TV is 720p 3D ready to enjoy the latest hits on the way we look.

Bring your content to life through technology 1080p HD 3D! The surprising effects immediately grab your attention and bring your entertainment experience for the next generation. Less than 1 "the range of new finishes TruSlim distraction of the width of the frame. [...]


The LG50PW350 is probably the cheapest 50-inch 3D TV that can you can buy at the moment. It is not, but 1080p 720p looks damn good and is good enough for me. Of course there are better than plasma TVs out there and do not plan to get the black levels of a pioneer, but the KURO KURO is 3K and this TV is only about 750. I chose this over a 1080p Panasonic 50in 3DTV because it is cheaper than $ 500 and a PC using the old VGA (15-pin D-Sub). There is an optical output ... I thought it was strange and unnecessary, but it is actually a good idea, because you can use a USB flash drive or external hard drive for movies and sound can go from the receiver for decoding.

If you have a lot of money and want the best .... This is not and probably would get a prize kuro (+ 3K U.S. dollars) or a Panasonic plasma or Samsung for half the price set (1-2k dollars). But you get a "lot of TV for the money with this. I recommend this TV for people who are not snobs, no label, Mad videophiles who swear they can see the difference between 1080p and 1079p, and are interested in 3D and HD, but do not want to break the bank. In fact, I have this TV for $750 and a XGA projector that can be purchased for $ 400 so that the price of the 50in Panasonic plasma TV 3D (no ST-GT) I have a 50in 720p 3D 84in 720p and a photo. It 's like the PIP only supersized.