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The Deal

$599.99 for an LG 50-inch plasma 1080p TV (50PV450C) ($1,399 list price)
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LG 50" Plasma 1080p TV

The smooth surface of LG's 50-inch plasma-television screen glows with 1080p high-definition images. When they're not saving you up to 50% in power consumption compared standard TVs, LG's intelligent sensors are optimizing pictures by adjusting for the surroundings and light levels. A clear-voice feature amplifies and enhances the sound of the human voice frequency to keep dialogue audible when background music swells or scenes are set in a library.

Features

50-inch plasma display with a full 1080p high-definition picture
16:9 aspect ratio
AC3 digital audio and Dolby Digital sound
Three preset picture and audio settings: cinema, sports, and games
Clear-voice feature enhances and amplifies the sound of the human-voice-frequency range to help keep dialogue audible
View videos and photos on the TV through USB 2.0
Intelligent sensor optimizes the picture for its surroundings; can save up to 50% in power consumption and 20% in popcorn consumption
Certified to play DivX video
Three HDMI inputs
One-year warranty from LG
Dimensions: 46"x28"x2"

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That's about what I paid for my 50-inch plasma a year ago ($600). So an okay deal.

The MSRP of $1399 is unrealistic given the features and size. No Smart features or 3D, but it claims to support DivX over the USB port.

This is a $600 tv being sold for $600. Not an amazing deal but not a bad one either.

I concur with the other people. It's a $600 TV sold for $600. This sounds like overstock from a Black Friday deal. Manufacturers will sell stripped down models (fewer bells and whistles, less expensive screen etc) that can look like steep discounts.

Groupon has really gone downhill. They used to offer DEALS.



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