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LG Infinia 60PK950 60-inch 1080p Plasma HDTV

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LG Electronics 60PK950 60" Infinia 1080p Plasma TVWith a 2 inch depth and weighing only 95 pounds this models is said to be 40% lighter then it's predecessors ofthe same size. LG improves it's style by placing a single sheet of glass over the entire panel creating a single layer look. The TruBlack filter technology doubles the contrast ratio from existing PDP models. The protective skin glass reduces the distance between filter and the outer glass reducingglare normally associated with plasmas. LG incorporates its netcast suite of interactive features allowing people to access streaming video online. The "Magic Wand" touch screen remote brings together menu's, games and component controls with minimal buttons and hand gestures. Available End of April, 2010Please be advised that these specifications are provided by the Manufacturer and are subject to change without the Manufacturer's prior notification. Datavision is not held responsible for any of these changes.

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Brand NameLG
Item Weight92.6 pounds
Product Dimensions55.5 x 2.1 x 33.9 inches
Item model number60PK950
Output Wattage20 watts
Color Nameblack
  
Additional Information
ASINB0039RW9QY
Best Sellers Rank #176,825 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight132.7 pounds
Date First AvailableFebruary 24, 2010
  
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Anything smaller now would seem silly.
Purplehanker
I can stream Netflix with no problem using the wifi dongle (included) and the widgets are moderately cool.
TK-2243
This is an excellent TV - best picture I have seen and very good value for money.
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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By TK-2243 on August 3, 2010
I received my 60pk950 about a week ago and absolutely love it. This was my first HDTV purchase and I spents months researching different brands and models. I was originally set on buying a Panasonic, but the refusal to own up to the rising blacks and floating blacks steered me away. Why give money to a company that won't admit to issues with their products? I bought an LG BD390 after reading stellar reviews on the blu-ray player and that led me to considering one of their televisions. I joined the AVS forums and spents months reading threads and posts on most brands and models available. My concensus is that the LG owners had the least amount of issues. Samsungs frequently buzz and the Panasonics have black issues. LG seems to be the underdog, so they are really out to impress their customers.

As for the TV, I love the picture and blu-ray discs look fantastic. I imagine that they look just as solid on the 60PK550, but I wanted the bells and whistles that the 950 offered. Also, the Trublack filter DOES make a difference. Here's the deal, glass reflects so you will never have a TV that has no reflection at all, but the filter greatly diminished that issue. Very happy with that. I had thought about getting an LED, but since I pretty much only watch films, the "soap opera" look to LED/LCD drove me nuts. If you prefer the cinematic look, plasma is really the only way to go. I can understand why people like LED, but it wasn't for me.

I am not a video expect, but to me, the picture looks great. I can stream Netflix with no problem using the wifi dongle (included) and the widgets are moderately cool. They are nothing to get excited about, but I'm sure more will be added over time. Blu-rays look stunning. I can't stress that enough.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Tony L on September 11, 2010
I purchased my LG 60PK950 about a month ago after several months of research comparing plasma with LED/LCD; I am VERY impressed with this TV! It is LG's 'top of the line' plasma, so it has all the bells and whistles you could expect. Here are the things I like best:

- High quality picture, with beautiful colors and excellent black levels (thanks to the new tru-black filter)
- Internet widgets work great and are easy to setup
- Excellent value for your dollar. I got this TV at a great price (substantially under $2000) and it compares easily to TV's close to $1000 higher in price.
- Minimal plasma effects (image retention, ghosting). I have never seen any ghosting or image retention artifacts. From what I've read, if they do show up, you can easily remove them by running an IR program overnight to clean up the artifacts.
- Great viewing angle! Much better than my previous Samsung DLP TV. The LG is bright and clear even at 160 degrees.
- Power consumption is much lower than last year's model. I think it uses somewhere around 150 - 200 watts depending on what's being shown. Still more than LED LCD which can be below 100 watts. Previous plasma TV's consume up to 500 or more watts.

My only 'less than stellar' comments for this TV are:

- I wish it had Pandora radio and another movie source in the widget list. It has VuDu (which is cool), You Tube, and Netflix; but I was hoping it would also have the CinemaNow that is included with LG's Blu-ray players. I'm hoping it will be included in a future software update.
- DTS audio is not decodable from video on a thumb drive. It will play 1080p high quality video from the USB ports, but audio seems more limited.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By chamber79 on June 25, 2010
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We got this tv when we moved out of state for a new job, which happened to be away from our families. I have to say this has to be the best HDTV we have ever owned. We have 3 HDTVs in our home now, but the picture quality and user interface on this LG is far superior to my Toshiba and Samsung. I hooked up our new Moxi DVR and have never looked back. The LG widgets are great for some quick information, and you can personalize them according to the user. In fact, you can have multiple users personalize their own widgets. I also really like the integrated Netflix, Vudu, Twitter and other apps on this LG. We have saved so much money from not going to movies and just waiting for them to be on Netflix or Vudu. Soon we will be hooking up the integrated Skype app & camera to see our families who live in other states. It really surprised me when I opened the box and it contained 2 remote controls, the sleek black Wii remote type one and a regular one. Also that it came with an LG wireless internet usb dongle so I didn't have to hook up my Ethernet to it. I hooked up the Ethernet anyway since we wired our house for that, but the dongle works great too! As far as glare goes, we have had no problems whatsoever. We have lots of big windows and have never had glare issues. Another thing I noticed is that it turns off and on so quick. Some people might think that's a weird comment, but after you get your Samsung jingle every time you power on or off, it get's annoying. It seems as if the Samsung has to wait for the jingle to happen to power on or off. One additional thing, when you are in a an app, if you happen to leave the screen for a while without any movement, the tv automatically shrinks the picture size and uses it as a screensaver moving around your screen.Read more ›
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