Released February, 2009
The Pros:Fluid motion when watching sports, no blur or stutter. Controls are very simple, nice remote layout. Colors are good right out of the box, doesn't need a lot of adjustment.
The Cons:Doesn't have the color depth of most plasmas, tends to blend colors together a bit. Discontinued model is getting more difficult to get support for. Fairly heavy, takes an extra pair of hands to get it moved into position.
The LG 42PG25 is a discontinued, 42” plasma HDTV featuring an ultra-thin (3.1”) frame. It utilizes Fluid Motion technology with a 180Hz refresh to ensure smooth and clear motion from sports and action films/shows.
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It is however restricted to a 720p resolution with a 30,000:1 contrast ratio, which truthfully is subpar compared to some of the newer models available on the market. Regardless, also featured on the LG 42PG25 is Clear Voice Technology, which automatically enhances & amplifies human voices to ensure conversations are audible even when the background noise swells; LG’s XD Engine Technology, which reduces signal noise and improves brightness; an included swivel stand; four HDMI v1.3 ports; and SimpLink connectivity for controlling all HDMI-attached devices via the included remote.
- 42” Plasma HDTV
- Ultra-Thin Profile
- Fluid Motion Technology
- Ultra-Fast Refresh Rate
- 720p Resolution w/30,000:1 Contrast
- Clear Voice Technology
- XD Engine Technology
- Versatile Connectivity
- HDMI v1.3 w/Deep Color
- SimpLink Connectivity
User Reviews (1)
fluid motion when watching sports, no blur or stutter
controls are very simple, nice remote layout
colors are good right out of the box, doesn't need a lot of adjustment
bezel design looks sleek and high-end
doesn't have the color depth of most plasmas, tends to blend colors together a bit
discontinued model is getting more difficult to get support for
fairly heavy, takes an extra pair of hands to get it moved into position
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