Released June, 2009
The Pros:Fluid motion effect works well with sports and action movies - everything seems sharp and clear. Dark backgrounds stand out well, details clearly visible instead of being just big black areas. Recognizes other devices when connected automatically.
The Cons:Ships in energy savings mode by default, looks dim, need to discover how to switch it off. Slight haloing effect when bright elements are directly next to black (as in credits).
The LG 50PQ30 is a 50" Plasma HDTV from LG's 2009 entry-level PQ30 series with a native resolution of 720p and 600Hz smooth motion picture processing. The TV features LG core technologies for high performance and also has Auto Volume Leveler II technology to produce quality sound.
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The 50PQ30 includes LG Simplink connectivity and has a variety of inputs including 3 HDMI inputs and a USB port for access to digital music and photos without the need for a PC. The TV is also Energy Star compliant for greater energy conservation. The 50PQ30 is designed as an entry-level TV for consumers who are looking for an affordable plasma with quality picture. It is expected to be released in June 2009.
- 50" Screen
- 720p native resolution
- 600Hz Smooth Motion
- Three (3) HDMI (V.1.3 with Deep Color)
- Auto Volume Leveler II
- USB 2.0 port
- LG SimpLink™ Connectivity
- Smart Energy Saving
- LG Core Technologies
User Reviews (2)
fluid motion effect works well with sports and action movies - everything seems sharp and clear
dark backgrounds stand out well, details clearly visible instead of being just big black areas
recognizes other devices when connected automatically
strong resistance to image retention, even when using PC input
PC input is processed automatically, displays in the correct resolution without adjustment
ships in energy savings mode by default, looks dim, need to discover how to switch it off
slight haloing effect when bright elements are directly next to black (as in credits)
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