Released January, 2011
The Pros:Extremely thin design, fits right up against a wall. Works great as an HTPC monitor, sharp and consistent performance. Colors are deep and vibrant, very rich like a magazine ad.
The Cons:Lots of mirror-like glare, need to be aware of light sources in the room. Need gloves to lift the unit, bottom edge is a bit pointed and digs into your fingers.
The LG 60PV450 is a mid-range plasma TV. The TruSlim frame of this TV is less than an inch thick. The 60PV450's Picture Wizard gives you a seven-step calibration process, so that you can get a detailed picture that is suited to the content.
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This TV also comes equipped with three AV modes to optimize audio/visual settings based on content: Cinema, Sports, or Game. The Intelligent Sensor of this TV automatically adjusts visual settings to match room conditions. The Clear Voice II feature of this TV allows you to choose between twelve audio settings. The 50PV450's DLNA certification means that it is open to playing content from other sources. The 600Hz refresh of this TV ensures that fast action scenes will not streak by. This TV differs from the lower cost LG 50PV350 in that it has a sixty inch 1080p display as opposed to a fifty inch display. The LG 60PV450 TV is Energy Star certified.
- 60" 1080p display
- Energy Star certified
- DLNA certified
- TruSlim frame
- 600Hz Sub-Field Driving
- RF emitter
- Picture Wizard
- Intelligent Sensor
- Clear Voice II
- AV Mode II
User Reviews (3)
extremely thin design, fits right up against a wall
works great as an HTPC monitor, sharp and consistent performance
colors are deep and vibrant, very rich like a magazine ad
channel setup is fast and easy, almost completely automated
sound output is fairly loud, don't strictly need a home theater system for audio
no image retention or burn-in issues, although the orbiter is included anyway
lots of mirror-like glare, need to be aware of light sources in the room
need gloves to lift the unit, bottom edge is a bit pointed and digs into your fingers
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