LG INFINIA 50PK750
Released May, 2010
The Pros:Plenty of streaming and interactive features. Aesthetically appealing design. User friendly navigation through on-screen menus.
The Cons:Produces lighter black levels than the competition. Can suffer from some temporary image retention.
The LG INFINIA 50PK750 a standalone 50” plasma HDTV outfitted with integrated Ethernet, but ready for wireless connectivity via an optional wireless media kit. Although the unit lacks the backlight lighting, DLNA support, and ultra-high contrast ratio of its LED-backlight peers in the xxLX6500 series, it trumps them through a ultra-high 600Hz refresh rate that virtually eliminates any of all potential motion blur.
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In addition, the 50PK750 can stream live Internet content (including movies and TV shows) through NetCast Entertainment, although a subscription is required. Like its counterparts, the LG INFINIA 50PK750 boasts an abundance of connectivity options, including HDMI, Component, and AV ports, as well as a USB interface that accepts both audio and visual content.
- Plasma 1080p HDTV
- 600Hz Max Sub Field Driving
- 24p Real Cinema
- Dolby Digital Recorder
- Integrated Ethernet LAN
- Optional Wireless Connectivity
- NetCast Entertainment Access (Subscription Required)
- Bass/Treble/Balance Controls
- V-Chip Parental Control
- Closed Captioning
- Display Type: Plasma
- Display Size: 50"
- Display Resolution: 1080p
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Dynamic Contrast: 3,000,000:1
- Refresh Rate: 600 Hz
- Audio: 20W; 2 Way, 4 Speakers
- Tuner: ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM
- AV In
- Component Video In
- HDMI/HDCP In (v1.3 w/Deep Color)
- USB 2.0 (JPEG/MPEG4/DivX HD)
- Headphone Out
- RF In
- RGB In (D-Sub)
- PC Audio In
- RS-232c In
User Reviews (1)
Plenty of streaming and interactive features
Aesthetically appealing design
User friendly navigation through on-screen menus
Produces lighter black levels than the competition
Can suffer from some temporary image retention
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