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27.6.08
Panasonic 42 Plasma TV
Panasonic 42 Plasma TV
This panasonic 42 plasma tv has the best picture of any TV I have ever seen.
I build homes for multi-millionaires and I have seen some incredible
TV's, theater rooms, with $50K audio systems wired in; and I have never
seen a TV with a better picture.
I bought this TV within a week of Consumer Reports rating it as the best
picture they had ever tested, and I was still surprised at how breathtaking the picture was.
You cannot overrate this TV and its capabilities to deliver a picture like none you've seen before.
I do implore you, however, to invest in a blu-ray DVD player and a high quality HDMI cable for the full effect. The picture, when playing a blu-ray DVD on the new Panasonic blu-ray DVD player, along with a high quality HDMI cable (Panasonic makes maybe the best available for only $25)
is unbelievable. The definition is so amazing that your opinions of beautiful big screen actresses may come back down to earth after seeing the the blemishes in their complexion that you never would have seen on a
regular TV.
This TV is the pinnacle. There is no TV better.The panasonic 42 plasma tv.
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by: Benjamin David

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9.6.08
Panasonic TH-50PX75U 50-inch 720p Plasma HDTV

Are you ready for superior digital and HDTV? The Panasonic TH-50PX75U HD Plasma TV does more than turn your living room into a home-theater -- it also makes it an art gallery. The high-definition, Progressive Scan 50" display creates intense colors and the sharpest images. Its vibrancy and clarity also brings out the best in your personal photos - the built-in SD slot and GalleryPlayer software lets you play your favorite works of art, or best personal photos, on your Panasonic HDTV from your PC. The new EZ Sync HDAVI Control lets you operate all of your home theater components by pressing a single button on your remote. Gorgeous images and one-touch controls - it's a combination that's hard to beat, and the Panasonic TH-50PX75U HD Plasma TV delivers. Displays up to 29 billion colors Two built-in 10 Watt stereo speakers (10W+10W, 70 Hz-17 kHz, 10% THD) Motion Adaptive 3D-Y/C Digital Comb Filter Virtual Surround Sound, AI (Artificial Intelligence) Sound Built-in NTSC Analog / ATSC QAM Digital Tuner (for HDTV and Digital Cable) Video Noise & Motion Pattern Noise Reduction Aspect Control for TV/AV modes - 4 - 3, Zoom, Full, Just, H-Fill Picture Modes - Vivid, Standard, Cinema, Custom-Photo SD Card slot for JPEG photo viewing; includes GalleryPlayer software V-Chip Lockout Sleep/On-Off timers Closed Caption decoder Video input labeling & picture memory Channel search On-screen display languages - English, Spanish, French Includes pedestal stand EZ Sync HDAVI Remote Control (through HDMI interface) Input Connections - HDMI-HDCP, analog audio(HDMI), Composite video, S-Video, audio in(for video), Component(Y/Pb/Pr) -- 2 rear each Output Connections - Composite video, audio out, Digital Audio (optical) -- 1 rear each Dimensions(WxHxD) - 47.7 x 31.3 x 3.8 (47.7 x 33.1 x 14.6) Weight - 83.8 lbs; 99.2 lbs. with stand.

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7.6.08
Samsung HP-S4253 42" Plasma HDTV

I was an early adopter of Plasma technology and have owned a Pioneer 50" Plasma as my main display for a few years now. I love Plasma in general, so decided, now that prices are coming down from the stratosphere, to get a second plasma set for a bedroom TV. All I can say is things have really come a long way! Early plasmas had problems displaying detail in dark scenes, but new models such as this Samsung have come much closer to solving this problem.

I auditioned dozens of sets at multiple dealerships and did a lot of side-by-side comparisons and adjustments, and determined that these newest Samsung sets represent the best blend of performance, quality, and cost. My requirements were to have at least 2 HDMI slots, since this is the future for high-definition connectivity, be 37" or 42" in size, and have the best quality picture I could afford.

A lot of on-line advice pointed to the Panasonic as the one to get so I went into this fully expecting to end up with a Panny, but after much side-by-side between the Samsung 4253 and the newest Panasonics, there was no contest - the Samsung has more natural looking color gradiations, the Panasonic looked odd and banded in appearance. I verified this at multiple vendors and side-by-side.

Be careful however not to get re-directed to the previous generation Samsung models, many of which are still on the market and sold as new. Samsung seems to be replacing their lined up with these newer sets in a graudal manner. At least two other 42" models ending in "2" instead of "3" can be found at various retailers. To me, these older sets did not measure up to the visual fidelity in the "3" series. Over time I'm sure Samsung will make "3" versions of their other sets, so if you need one with a CableCard tuner or something, I'd wait a while. Also I wish this set had more stretch options for dealing with 4:3 inputs. The only options for HD signals are 16:9 or 4:3 with bars, neither of which helps deal with HD signals that are letterboxed AND 4:3 (common for cable boxes that up-convert letterbox SDTV material). I'm not sure which sets do have these stretch modes, but I beleive some do.

Also, Plasmas are moving very fast right now, with Pioneer due to release new models any day, among others. Waiting a bit longer if you're in no hurry may turn up a set even better than this at the same price. But as of Spring 2006, I am very confident this is the best 42" plasma in the ~$2k range.

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by: Robert E Huebner

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Samsung HPT5054 50-inch Plasma HDTV

The samsung 5054 is great to look at and the picture is excellent at 720p. You would be hard pressed to discern a difference over the 1080p HDTV's. But, the HDMI input suffers from random audio drop off. Samsung offers no explanation, other than to blame the Cable box or the HDMI cables. You are watching a program and suddenly, no audio. You must turn the TV off and the sound does come back. Samsung says to bypass the HDMI and use the component inputs.Sort of like saying, just use the low speed on the wipers since the high speed does not work. Anyway, if HDMI is important to you, do not buy this TV. If you do not mind using low tech and cumbersome component cables, it will serve you fine.

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by: Richard Bonas

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12.5.08
All About Plasma Televisions
Plasma televisions have flooded the market, but there are some important facts you should know first. They are a premium price but they offer one of the best combinations of features for a High Definition television today. Plasma screens offer a flat screen of 4” thick that have one of the best pictures available. The newest televisions have resolution capabilities of up to 1080p. This is a huge leap in resolution compared to DVD which only has capabilities of 480i. This means that HD capable plasma televisions can produce more than twice the resolution of a DVD.

The reason that a plasma television can produce such images in a thin layer is the technology that was actually created about 35 years ago. Plasma technology starts with two thin pieces of glass that are filled with xenon and neon gas. The chamber contains all of the pixels which can reach into the millions. This chamber is filled with electric current and it illuminates the pixels that also fill the chamber. This process creates a brilliant picture that is almost unmatched by any other screen. Plasma screens offer very high resolution that is bright and has a wide viewable range. You can view the screen within a 160 degree range with no loss in quality.

To incorporate most of the advantages of a plasma television, you must make sure that it has the features that are most up to date. The most up to date features of plasma televisions is that they have 1080p resolution. You also need multiple HDMI connections because you will be connecting more than just one HD component. DVD players, cable boxes and game consoles all have HDMI capability that makes the best use of your television. Make certain that your plasma television can handle at least two HDMI connections, or it is out of date. Component video is still a great second option, but it will not create as good results. Remember that your plasma television is a center piece for your technology and it should be capable of everything that you own.

by: David Stone

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