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It includes LG Simplink connectivity and has a variety of inputs including 4 HDMI inputs and a USB port.

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1080p, 600Hz

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large size

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THX certified

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For the features and price point, one would be hard pressed to find a better deal

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Has 2 HDMI, 1 RCA and USB inputs on a "side" panel

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"Single Layer Screen" i.e. the front is a solid pane of glass with no plastic border

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lacks higher end Internet and THX Media Directory technology

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A front panel jack would be nice

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The LG 60PS60 is a 60" Full HD 1080p Plasma HDTV from LG's 2009 PS60 series with a super bright panel and 600Hz smooth motion picture processing to produce crisp images.  The TV features THX Display Certification and Cinema Mode but sits below LG's flagship PS80 series since it lacks the ethernet connectivity and THX Media Director technology which are included with the PS80 models.  The 60PS60 is designed with a single-layer panel that makes the panel look like a pane of glass and comes in a variety of bezel colors. It includes LG Simplink connectivity and has a variety of inputs including 4 HDMI inputs and a USB port.  The TV is also Energy Star compliant for greater energy conservation.  The 60PS60 is expected to be released in June 2009.

  • 60" Screen
  • Full HD 1080p
  • THX Display Certification and THX Cinema Mode
  • Single-layer design
  • Different bezel colors available
  • Super Bright Panel
  • 600Hz Smooth Motion
  • Four (4) HDMI (V.1.3 with Deep Color)
  • USB 2.0 for access to digital music and photos (MP3, JPEG)
  • LG SimpLinkā„¢ Connectivity
  • Smart Energy Saving
  • LG Core Technologies
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08/04/2009 04:11

I have this TV and like it quite a bit. I upgraded from an Olevia 747i (47" LCD) and love it. I haven't seen any image retention issues or anything like that. If you want a big TV for cheap this one seems like the way to go.

I didn't add it to the list of Cons but I noticed a small down side. The TV has no analog audio out jacks only digital (optical). Normally that would not be a problem, but my receiver only has two optical in ports and both are already in use. So when I watch TV through cable/antenna I have to use the TV speakers instead of my home theatre speakers. I don't think it's a big deal.

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