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The LG INFINIA 50PX950 is a 50-inch Plasma HDTV released in September, 2010.

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Pros

online media streaming from the big outlets (eg/ YouTube, Netflix, etc...)

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upgradable firmware

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DLNA compliant

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2D-to-3D conversion functionality

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first TV THX certified for 3D (also certified for its 2D image)

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great image quality

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huge number of 2D picture adjustments, includes 4 3D modes

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3D capable

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full 1080p, 96Hz refresh for 24p compatibility

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slick aesthetic - single glass pane, slim transparent bezel and stand

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slim wiimote like remote control - able to set any TV setting through overlayed on screen menus

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wireless media bridge box - allows users to connect HDMI devices wirelessly to the TV

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Cons

no 3D glasses are included

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blacks don't quite match those of top-of-the-line plasma offerings from the competition (Samsung, Panasonic and older Pioneer sets)

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no built-in wireless connectivity

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The LG INFINIA 50PX950 is a 50-inch Plasma HDTV released in September, 2010. This 2.1-inches thin television prominently features 3D certification from THX, the first HDTV to receive such an accreditation according to the manufacturer. The 50-inch 50PX950 is virtually identical to the upgraded 60-inch 60PX950, the key difference being 10-inches of extra viewing space for approximately $1000 more. In terms of 3D capabilities, the INFINIA PX950 is capable of 600Hz max sub-field driving, meaning 3D will look its best in fast action programing such as sports and movies. An Ethernet LAN connection is built in, allowing for Netflix, VUDU, YouTube and DLNA HD video streaming. Picasa web albums are also accessible, and Yahoo widgets can be installed to get instant weather reports or news headlines.

Features
  • 50” Plasma display
  • Full HD 1080p capable
  • THX certified display
  • NetCast, Netflix, VUDU, YouTube and YouTube video streaming
  • DLNA compliant
  • 600Hz sub-field driving
  • 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • Built-in Ethernet LAN
  • 4 x HDMI, 2 x Component, 1 x PC, 1 x RF, 1 x A/V input
  • 3 x USB ports
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