CES 2009: LG presents THX-certified plasma

15 Jan 2009 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG presents two new 2009 plasma series. The 1080p series (PS60, PS80) also features THX Display Certification providing accurate picture reproduction and a more immersive viewing experience.

The THX certification ensures that the new plasma series comply with the high THX standards. LG says that it means very deep blacks comparable to the best displays on the market as well as spot-on colors.

PS80 series
The PS80 (PS8000 in Europe) series also comes equipped with “THX Media Director,”. THX Media Director allows movies, music and other digital media to communicate picture and sound settings directly to other THX Media Director-enabled consumer electronics devices, dynamically configuring them for the best playback experience.

LG PS80
LG PS80 (PS8000)


The PS80 (PS8000) series feature the NetCast Entertainment Access. Ethernet connectivity allows consumers to access content and video on their TV without the need for a computer. This connectivity offers access to Netflix Instant Streaming, Yahoo! Widgets and YouTube.

LG PS80
LG PS80 (PS8000)


Other features:
  • Full HD 1080p
  • THX Display Certification and THX Cinema Mode
  • THX Media Director
  • Super Bright Panel
  • 600Hz Smooth Motion
  • 4 HDMI inputs (V.1.3 with Deep Color)
  • ISFccc ready
  • USB 2.0 for access to digital music and photos (MP3, JPEG)
  • LG SimpLink Connectivity

    LG PS80
    LG PS80 (PS8000)


    PS80 will be available in 50 and 60 inches.

    PS60 series
    PS60 (PS6000 in Europe) is also a Full HD (1080p) plasma series. The PS60 series features a single-layer design that gives the appearance of a pane of glass and offers consumers a variety of bezel colors to match their home décor.

    Other features:
  • Full HD1080p
  • THX Display Certification and THX Cinema Mode
  • Super Bright Panel
  • 600Hz Smooth Motion
  • 4 HDMI inputs (V.1.3 with Deep Color)
  • USB 2.0 for access to digital music and photos (MP3, JPEG)

    The PS60 (PS6000) series will be available in 50 and 60 inches in the third quarter of 2009. No prices yet.



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