Excerpt: LG’s plasma screens have a reputation for unassailable value, but the brand was also first to ink deals with THX and ISF for certification and calibration, and has generally impressed with the finesse of its larger panels. The P50PZ950T continues that trend. Not only does this new model offer loads of user control through its Advanced and Expert tweaking menus, but it’s also 3D-ready with Active Shutter technology, and bristling with net-connected niceties, such as DLNA...
Summary: Although blessed with solid features, design, and performance, the LG PZ950 series can't match the excellent picture quality of other plasmas in its price range.
Pros: 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 secondary motion-sensitive remote provides a cool, easy-to-use control option. We appreciated the one-sheet-of-glass styling.
Cons: 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.
Excerpt: For a time, there was Kuro, and Kuro was king. Kuro made other TVs envious of its awesomeness. Then. . . there was no Kuro. TV reviewers wept; everyone else bought LCDs. Under-intelligenced “pundits” foretold the end of plasma TVs — but Panasonic, Samsung, and LG quietly coughed and politely said, “Umm, we still make plasmas.
LG 50PZ950s : le plasma LG est-il soluble dans le home cinéma ?
5 March 2012
Excerpt: Quand on cherche un plasma, on pense assez naturellement aux modèles Panasonic. Mais le coréen LG propose également toute une série de d’écrans plasma fort intéressants, du moins sur le papier. En effet, pour moins de 1000 euros, le LG 50PZ950s offre une certification THX 3D, une passerelle numérique SmartShare et une télécommande Magic ,Remote toujours aussi agréable à utiliser. Mais qu’en est-il de la qualité d’image ?