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£1499 LG 60PS8000 60" 1080p Plasma TV

Experience superb high definition viewing from the LG 60PS8000 60" 1080p Plasma TV. With a wealth of connectivity options and picture technologies, you can let this outstanding large screen plasma become the centre of your viewing universe!

As well as HD Ready 1080p, the 60PS8000 has a range of features that optimise viewing. With a Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 2000,000:1 and LG’s Dual XD Engine, this 60” plasma comes includes Intelligent Sensor 11 that adjusts the brightness, sharpness, colour and contrast of the picture to suit the ambient light. Furthermore, 600Hz sub-field driving technology works to prevent blurring in fast moving scenes, so perfect for watching sports and movies.

The LG 60PS8000 60" 1080p Plasma TV has three AV viewing modes – games, movies and Sport that enhance the picture clarity and colour vibrancy to suit each medium. Sound is superb on this model with the entire front of the cabinet turned into a speaker system, and audio produced from four invisible speakers. Additionally, Clear Voice 11, automatically increases the volume of dialogue when they might be hard to distiguish and SRS TruSurround XT, transforms your living room into a cinema!

With 3x HDMI ports you can connect the 60PS8000 to a games console, blu-ray player or home cinema system to create a true High definition experience. there are also 2 x Scart, Component and PC inputs. A USB connection means you can view photos from your digital camera on the large screen.

You can buy the 60PS8000 Plasma TV for £1499 including delivery from Currys.

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