LG INFINIA 50PK950
Released May, 2010
The Pros:Unusually thin for a plasma display. Can be mounted on an articulating arm for adjustability. Wireless adapter is included, not sold as a separate proprietary add-on.
The LG INFINIA 50PK950 a 50” plasma HDTV released as a direct upgrade from the 50PK750. It maintains its predecessor’s 1080p resolution, but hosts a much-improved 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio with a TruBlack Filter that blocks glare to improve picture quality.
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Also included is a digital audio output. The most notable improvement is the incorporation of DLNA compatibility, which means after connecting to the Internet via either integrated LAN or optional WiFi, a user can transfer & playback files from any network-attached computer or server. Like its predecessor, the LG INFINIA 50PK950 also includes NetCast Entertainment Internet content compatibility, plus a bevy of inputs/outputs, 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
- DLNA Certified
- Optional Wireless Connectivity
- NetCast Entertainment Access (Subscription Required)
- Bass/Treble/Balance Controls
- V-Chip Parental Control
- Closed Captioning
- Digital Audio Out
- Display Type: Plasma
- Display Size: 50"
- Display Resolution: 1080p
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Dynamic Contrast: 5,000,000:1
- 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
- Digital Audio Out
User Reviews (3)
unusually thin for a plasma display
can be mounted on an articulating arm for adjustability
wireless adapter is included, not sold as a separate proprietary add-on
comes with PC software to share media over the network with the TV
borderless single-pane glass design looks neat and sleek
audio output is adequate for most users
complete lack of glare, room lighting doesn't seem to affect it
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