LG 50PZ950 3D plasma TV

The LG 50PZ950 is big and beautiful, but a bit complicated

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 1,749.00 (AUD)

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chris

4.5

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Pros
great picture, many apps
Cons
magic motion remote, crosstalk in 3d
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I first bought a vizio bundle from Walmart for $700 and HATED it! I found this TV at p.c. richards and got it new for $720 (can't find it anywhere for less than $900) and bought a $200 open box LG 3D player for $100. The 2D picture is amazing! The 3D picture has annoying crosstalk (expected with a TV in the $900-$1200 range), very noticeable in dark scenes.I'm hoping that it could be fixed with a software update in the future. The rarely LG active glasses hum noticeably and have an annoying glare, and cost $90/pr if u need more than the 2 provided. The 2D to 3D feature lets u watch anything in 3D (albeit not as good as things meant to be seen in 3D... and not found on the vizio). Overall, I got this TV on a steal, but even at $900 its well worth the price!

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