Panasonic TH-50PX600U 50 inch High-definition Plasma TV

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  • 15 years ago

The Panasonic TH-50PX600U is a high definition television which uses the plasma technology and has a 50 inch screen size when measured diagonally. Just like most of the other companies diverting their attention towards a single technology in particular, it seems that Panasonic has placed its best bet on the plasmas and to good effect. Panasonic are selling the majority of the plasma TV’s in most countries with the competitors left far behind. And Panasonic and plasmas both seem to be here to stay which means that Panasonic will continue having this good run for quite a while.

The plasma technology offers much superior picture quality than most other technologies although it is a bit costlier at the moment. The Panasonic TH-50PX600U has a predominantly silver cabinet with a silver frame used to house the screen. The full display resolution of the set is 1366 by 768 which is slightly higher than 720p. All the input signals are scaled to fit the native display resolution. The screen of the set is highly reflective and certainly poses a few problems if you have a bright room. As is the case with most of the plasmas the reds are overly saturated. The black levels could have been better even while considering the plasmas.

The remote is the bare minimum and lacks quite a few buttons as well as backlighting. The set has plenty of features like the inclusion of the CableCard slot. This enables the user to watch cable TV without buying additional set top boxes. All in all most of the problems are not easily visible during daily viewing.
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