LG PS80 series -- overview
Unfortunately for the PS80, its picture quality impressed us less. Its lighter black levels are the main culprit, abetted by below-par video processing and even minor image retention, all areas where other plasma TVs outperform the LG. On the other hand, its color accuracy is still very good, and, of course, it has the off-angle fidelity of plasma TVs that easily trounces any LCD. Armed with superb style and that stellar features list, the LG PS80 might still appeal to people willing to focus less on picture quality than on built-in content options.
November 2, 2009 2:43 PM PST
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