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- LG's advanced Triple XD engine brings the high level of excellence in color, clarity and contrast that LG has to offer. Enjoy optimum picture quality and performance with the powerful Triple XD engine. 600 Hz Sub Field Driving allows for a smoother picture during fast paced scenes. This feature is fantastic for sports or action movie enthusiasts. 600 Hz MAX Sub-Field Driving technology gives the TV the ability to display 12 sub-fields per frame under the condition of "maximum" in energy saving mode.
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LG's Razor Frame technology reduces the thickness of your TV frame and enhances your viewing experience. The thin bezel allows you to focus more on the picture.
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600 Hz Sub Field Driving allows for a smoother picture during fast paced scenes. This feature is fantastic for sports or action movie enthusiasts. 600 Hz MAX Sub-Field Driving technology gives the TV the ability to display 12 sub-fields per frame under the condition of "maximum" in energy saving mode.
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PLASMA HDTV FEATURING TruSlim FRAME You know what it is you enjoy. You get into sports, fast-action and entertainment that's displayed in life like resolution. With a 600Hz refresh rate and HD picture quality, the PA4500 takes that enjoyment and boosts it to new levels. KEY TECHNOLOGIES Trim away distractions. Peel away the old standard for ultra slim framing.
Measuring at 0.59 inches wide the new TruSlim Frame trims away the distraction of a wide frame. Capture every moment. Tired of streaky action or unclear plays during the game? See sports, fast action and video games like never before. The 600Hz refresh rate virtually eliminates motion blur. See and experience more. Pictures are sharper. Colors are more vibrant. Entertainment is more real.
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The big scare anyone looking for a TV will have is the 720p. Won't your TV experience be ruined? The answer is maybe.
First thing to consider is the TVs distance. If you are doing to be watching a TV of this size at lets say 8'or less 1080vs 720 would be noticeable. >8ft you probably couldn't tell unless you are some sort of TV guru.
Second thing to consider is the content you intend to view the most. Except for your home blu-rays/game consoles or some Nexflix, your TV never gets a 1080p input. Your HD cable/dish is 480-720. Hulu is also 720p as is much of Netflix. All that being said, your intended use of the screen will determine if the 720 would affect you. All that being said, unless you intend to use the TV for a game room or a home theater, you probably are fine with 720 as most your content is less than 720.
As far as this TV goes, like all plasmas the picture is great and you can't go wrong. The screen, for this price is also fairly thin. The bezel is also fairly small giving this TV a much more expensive look. I like this model because it is not a smart TV, which I advise avoiding. Smart TVs are nice, but a problem with the Smart feature is also a problem with the TV. If you instead use a Roku or similar device with your TV a problem with the Roku is isolated to the Roku.
The only real negatives I have against this TV is the connections. I would like more side connections and more HDMIs. Overall this is a great buy though and don't pay extra for the 1080p that you probably don't need.
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