LG 42PG60

A 42in plasma with a floating design

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 1,799.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

jackson43

4.5

1

Pros
sleek, stylish
Cons
warms up the room
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Not the best TV i ever had, but by far the best plasma i have ever had. its a good buy for new plasma users and pro's.

czenigma47

4.0

2

Pros
beautiful visuals
Cons
only comes in black
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this tv was bought for me as a gift and i think its one of the better ones my last one was a samsung and the one before that was a vizio i hooked up my xbox my laptop my ps3 my wii and still had spare ports to plug stuff into that i dont even need lool this tv is @$@%#@& awesome. the menu can be a bit complicatede but you get used to it fast

Peter

4.5

3

Pros
Screen Resolution
Cons
Minimal stand rotation
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Love this tv, one of my best purchases, and worth every penny I payed for it. the screen is clean crisp, and its much thinner than my last plasma, also, still have yet to see ANY burn on this one, even through gaming and movies, not a single burn in yet.

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