Question about LG 50PX5D 50 in. Plasma HDTV
I'm interested in buying a 50" Plasma TV, but I'm moving to Australia soon which uses standard 220V electrical systems in homes. Can I just buy a plug converter or will there be issues. Currently interested in the LG 50PY3D.
According to information provided by the manufacturer, this TV model requires 100-240V, 50/60Hz electricity in order to function correctly. If the electricity provided in your area meets that requirement, you may only need the power cord adaptor in order to use this TV in your new home. I would strongly suggest contacting LG directly for confirmation though, as many electronics may have an optimal voltage at which they operate.
You should be able to reach LG by calling their toll-free hotline at (800)-243-0000, but can always read more about the TV's specifications by checking out the owner's manual through the following link:
Please keep in mind that as this TV only contains NTSC-M, ATSC and 64/256 QAM tuners, it may not be able to receive Australian TV's PAL or DVB-T signals without the assistance of an additional converter or set-top box.
Hope this helps you out.
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