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£503 LG 42PQ6000 42" HD Ready Plasma TV

The stylish LG 42PQ6000 42" HD Ready Plasma TV features 600Hz Sub-field Driving technology to produce a picture with fantastic clarity and minimal blur.

It also features a stunning 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and 16-bit RGB colour depth, to deliver you a picture with incredible realism and deep, rich tones and colours.

Other features of the LG 42PQ6000 42" HD Ready Plasma TV include three HDMI connectors (for connection to High Definition devices such as HD camcorders, Blu-ray players, and game consoles), the Intelligent Sensor II (which adapts output according to surrounding light for optimum viewing and power saving), and 24p Real Cinema mode - which allows you to enjoy judder-free movies using HD-DVD or Blu-ray Discs.

Aside from extensive HDMI connectivity, the LG 42P-Q6000 also includes a VGA (D-sub 15pin) input, so you can use this luxury television as a PC display! On top of that, a USB 2.0 port allows straightforward connection with your existing digital devices, including compatibility for jpegs, mp3s, and DivX movie files.

A Freeview tuner is also incorporated into the LG 42-PQ6000 42" HD Ready Plasma TV, which provides you with a vast range of television channels to choose from, including all of your former BBC and ITV favourites. You'll also be able to access a diverse range of digital radio stations.

The 42PQ6000 42" HD Ready Plasma TV also boasts a powerful Invisible Speaker system (10W + 10W) with SRS TruSurround XT sound technology.

If you're in the market for a versatile, high-quality television, the LG 42PQ6000 42" HD Ready Plasma TV will help you to see the bigger picture!

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