Released March, 2010
The Pros:Blacks are well represented, no wash-out. No motion blur or artifacts. Colors are vibrant and stand out from one another.
The Cons:Glossy screen prone to reflections in some conditions. Need to do an occasional "color wash" to remove burnt-in images. Virtual surround sound is weak, audio enthusiasts will need external audio support.
The LG 50PK5500 is the 50 inch member of the PK5500 series of plasma televisions announced at CES 2010. It is built with a slender frame so that doesn't take up as much space as a traditional big screen television.
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It has a USB connection and HDMI inputs. The LG 50PK5500 includes the LG new panel which is designed to reduce reflections inside of the plasma panel. The PK5500 series is one of the smaller lines of large screen televisions produced by LG and includes three different sizes, the smallest 42, the medium size 50 and the largest in the series is the 60 inches. The other 50 inch television in the series is the 50PJ350.
- 50 inches
- Slender frame
- USB connection
- HDMI inputs
- LG new panel
- Reduced reflections
- Plasma television
- One of three sizes
User Reviews (2)
blacks are well represented, no wash-out
no motion blur or artifacts
colors are vibrant and stand out from one another
picture is crisp and clear, details easy to pick out
Game Mode makes gaming console content look vibrant and rich, details pop
glossy screen prone to reflections in some conditions
need to do an occasional "color wash" to remove burnt-in images
virtual surround sound is weak, audio enthusiasts will need external audio support
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