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Old 07-27-2011, 11:31 AM
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The 60PG30 set from LG is a massive plasma set that offers a variety of convenient inputs and works with quality sounds. This is a set that worked with a variety of different tests and proved to be especially impressive. The features of the set are great for anyone to take a look at.

This 59.5" television set works with a plasma display. This set features much less glare than other plasma sets that have been tested out in the past. This means that the set will not create too much of a glare and will be easier to see in practically every lighting situation. This is a great benefit for anyone who wants to get a good television set to work in practically any room in the house.

The picture is also impressive in terms of its quality. The picture works with easy to handle controls that were easily handled through the light. It works with a standard that was endorsed by the Image Science Foundation Certified Calibration Configuration standard setup. This is one of the highest standards for a television set to work with. It has been a real challenge to find sets with this type of setup.

The box for the 60PG30 says that the set is able to last for about one hundred thousand hours. However, the half-life of the set is closer to about fifty thousand hours. This is still a good stat to check out for the set because it shows that a set can last for a long time.

There are a variety of different inputs to take a look at on the set. It only took about five minutes to get all of the test equipment attached to the set. Four HDMI ports and several AV inputs are on the set. A USB 2.0 port is also featured here. Getting every single one of these things handled proved to be incredibly easy to do.

Interestingly enough the cost of the set was relatively low. The set is only about $2800 in value. This is a good value when compared with other sets from other companies. For example, a similar television set from Sony that is only about fifty inches in size was available for about the same value. This difference is a substantial one to take a look at for those who want to get a big plasma television set without breaking the bank on it.
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