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Elegant design, Fast response time, Excellent 3D depths and clarity
Low price for its size and quality, Very good image quality, Generous feature set.
The 60PK950 is a 3Dcapable TV. It is THXcertified for 3D and 2D content, Plasma TVs generally do not suffer from viewingangle limitations or significant motionblur issues, The TV has plenty of connection options and picture adjustments, The 60PK950 suppor
The LG PZ950 series evinced excellent color in bright and dark areas, along with the even screen uniformity of plasma. The Smart TV Internet portal is well-designed with a solid selection of streaming services, and LG includes a Wi-Fi dongle. The secon...
Brilliant 3D pictures; THX picture modes for accurate hues; Smart TV; motion-sensing remote; very affordable.
Subtle image retention
May be too much TV for some users' needs, No builtin WiFi, Setup guide needs work.
LG does not include any 3D glasses in the package, and the glasses cost $129.99 each, Plasma TVs generally are not as bright as LCDs, which is important with activeshutter 3D technology, The 60PZ650 does not include a "smooth" dejudder mode for films sour
This plasma reproduces light black levels and its screen handles bright rooms worse than other TVs. It showed mediocre 3D performance. Smart TV lacks Pandora, and its search is next to useless.
Overall soft visuals; noticeable judder; 3D glasses flicker under room lighting; mediocre speakers; limited USB ports.
By DigitalVersus on January 08, 2012
The LG PZ950 TV produces a great picture and good quality 3D video. However, it's also one of the few plasma TVs with a contrast ratio of under 1000:1, which is very disappointing!...60
By HardwareZone.com on December 17, 2011
Let's do a quick recap. The PZ950 is a very decent effort by LG, although we won't rate it as the best plasma display for 2011 till we've reviewed the Pansonic VT30S and Samsung D8000 PDPs (stay tuned for those reviews). Cosmetically, this...85
By TelevisionInfo on November 02, 2011
There are many of aspects to appreciate about the LG 50PZ950 ($1,500 – much less than the original $2,000 MSRP). This behemoth plasma screen has features aplenty. Just by buying an LG with internet connectivity, you get one of the best user...-
By TechRadar on October 06, 2011
LG has been so aggressive about promoting its new passive 3D TV technology this year that you'd be forgiven for thinking the brand no longer made any active 3D TVs. But actually, active 3D is still alive and well on the plasma side of LG's TV...60
By Trusted Reviews on September 30, 2011
While the 50PZ950’s active 3D pictures are decent, its 2D efforts fall short of the standards offered by rival brands this...70
By PC Advisor on September 23, 2011
The LG Infinia 50PZ950T is a good-looking 1080pHDTV with pretty good picture quality. The LG Smart TV platform, Magic Motion remote, and optional iOS/Android QWERTY keyboard app make this television tempting for people who want to do more than just...80
By PCWorld on September 22, 2011
The Infinia 50PZ950 has very good image quality and an excellent array of features, but this 50-inch plasma set needs built-in Wi-Fi and a better setup guide....80
By Sound and Vision Magazine on September 20, 2011
The 50PZ950 may not unseat the vaunted Kuro, but it sure gives it a run for its money. I used the LG as my main display during its tenure at my house, no small compliment given my normal 102-inch projection screen affliction, and its punchy, bright,...-
By TechReviewSource on September 06, 2011
The LG PZ950 has a very clean looking front thanks to the single pane of glass for both the screen and surrounding black bezel, which gives it a glossy, seamless look. There's also a transparent lip that surrounds both the curved base and the...60
By Macworld on September 01, 2011
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