Ion type it over in this is a review of the LG PN 9700. Plasma T date.
It's undeniable that -- range of LCDs is the best looking set of TVs -- this -- --
But unfortunately -- plasma isn't all that special look at.
It does have a weird looking -- to stand but the bezel looks very similar to Samsung's plasmas that were available this here as well.
Though the OT PN 9700 is the company's flagship plasma it's not as expensive as its rival's best models.
At about 17100 for the fifty inch model.
The TV has a number of features including the magic motion --
Active 3-D playback for high HDMI ports and built in why die old wireless display for streaming a laptop to -- today.
Color is reasonably good and images had some days even if there is this new age -- council fitness.
Two things that this TV -- especially against the similarly priced superstar the Panasonic ST fifty.
The first is black levels you can get LCD TVs at the same cross which had better performance than this plasma.
The second is the dreaded soap opera effect the -- it comes with the smoothing feature called true emotion that want -- off evening THX mode.
You can switch -- -- ganging mode but then you lose some of the fine pitch controls the other modes TV and they -- less color accuracy.
It's been awhile since OG has produced a mosque by television and unfortunately the PM 9700 just isn't it.
Many companies are -- the 55 inch EN 9600 which is due in late 2012 will fix this problem.
There's been -- and ovary from cnet.com.
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