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LG PT350 Plasma TV (42", 50")

alaTest has collected and analyzed 151 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the resolution and design. The sound and value for money are also mentioned favorably. Reviews are divided on the energy efficiency. There are some less positive views about the black level.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the LG PT350 Plasma TV (42", 50") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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LG 42PT350

 

The LG 42PT350 ($599 MSRP) is LG's entry-level plasma, limited in features but adequate enough in many areas of performance. The drawback, though, is the ill-fitting 1024 × 768 native resolution, which created a number of problems for picture...

Good color performance

1024 × 768 native resolution makes for awkward resolution scaling ; Lots of problems with motion performance

The LG 42PT350 ($599 MSRP) is a better entry-level TV than others we have seen. This plasma TV has a reasonable price matched with a reasonable performance in many areas. The color scores were good and there are a number of useful connectivity options...

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LG 42PT350 Review – 42-inch Plasma HDTV

 

This 42-inch plasma TV model was announced by LG, without some of the latest features including Smart TV, built in Wi-Fi and 3D HD support. It comes with various options to access your local library of music, movies, images, and video clips stored on...

The model also scores much lower due to lack of internet connectivity features. While most of the latest TV sets are offering efficient and wireless internet access facilities through built in Wi-FI, it even does not support the traditional and wired...

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LG 42PT350

 

LG's entry-level plasma, limited in features and an ill-fitting native resolution

Good color performance

1024 × 768 native resolution makes for awkward resolution scaling; Lots of problems with motion performance

The LG 42PT350 ($599 MSRP) is a better entry-level TV than others we have seen. This plasma TV has a reasonable price matched with a reasonable performance in many areas. The color scores were good and there are a number of useful connectivity options...

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LG 50PT350 Review – 50-inch Plasma HDTV

 

The craze for Plasma TVs is going to increase with the innovative technologies being incorporated into the new sets this year. This 50-inch set not only promises to overcome the problems of burn-in of pixels and extra reflection of light from the...

Energy consumption has been lessened to a great degree in this set and it is now Energy Star qualified which means that you don’t have to bother about the high electricity costs anymore. But although the energy crisis has been solved, LG has not given...

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LG 50PT350

 

The lower resolution and lack of internet connectivity may make some avoid this LG plasma TV, but others may find it adequate for their needs. Despite its shortcomings, the LG 50PT350 still offers a clear picture, bright colors, plenty of ports for...

This LG HDTV is energy efficient

The LG 50PT350 only has a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels

This plasma TV displays a high-resolution picture, but not a high-definition picture.

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Great plasma, great TV

 

Great TV for the price!

Love the slim sides around the screen. The stand seems to be good. It has some ports right behind the frame (facing the sides) for easy access to HDMI, which is great for easily plugging in my android tablet. Looks great with blueray movies

The factory settings are pretty bad, you will need to adjust the colors and all that. A little heavy, but not heavier than usual TV's this size

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Most can't tell the difference between a 720p & 1080p

 

Over all I am extremely happy with the purchase of this TV. Resolution, color vibrancy and user friendly menu are just some of the details I love about this TV. LG gets an A+

Fantastic picture for a 720p TV & vibrant colors and unless my eyes deceive me I do not notice the picture blur as I do on my LED 120hz TV with fast moving action such as sports

Factory presets are horrid. So you'll need some patience when setting the colors, contrast and what not to your liking

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Very easy straight out of the box.

 

Overall a great TV for the price! (I found it for $499.00+tax)

Very good picture quality (only 720). Easy to set up and install.Has most features of the much more expensive LED's with similar power consumption

Heavier than similar 50" LED's so be careful when choosing a wall mount system and make to mount it properly

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Excellent picture and value.

 

For only $528, it's really hard to knock this television for anything at all. It is worth every penny of that just because the display qaulity is so nice, so I am willing to sacrifice the lack of internet/apps any day for very little $ for a 50-inch...

The picture is very sharp and vibrant. The contrast is excellent, by far the deepest constrast definition I have had in any of my televisions. Image details looks better than expected for 720p

Factory color, sharpness, brightness settings were a little off, but were easily tuned after setting it up

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its a fine tv

 

for the price paid 329$ with tax i cant complian,overall seems like a great set.i have no problem with glare.

most everything

still cant figure out how to acess my music files off my usb/memory card it shows files but says theres no time/music only on youtube files dose it play not my jpeg 4 files or others

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