Panasonic TX-P46ST30B Reviews
Product Type: Panasonic 3D Plasma
Description:Model ID PAN-PLA-TXP46ST30B-BK /
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Panasonic TX-P42PG10Another great offering from Panasonic (733 words)
by davey_26 - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
in comparison to plasma tv s in the "wow factor". This becomes evident the moment you witness one of the better ones for yourself, and led to me purchasing a P Panasonic of my own which was the Panasonic 37 PX80. However not to be outdone, a friend of mine recently purchased this television and I eagerly visited to see for myself this latest offering from Panasonic. Now as is standard with both LCD and Plasma we either of the choice of full HD or HD Ready. The former allows you to enjoy the resolution in sharper detail at 1920*1080p. This is something of a gimmick for the upscaling of typical television channels but really comes into it s own with hi ...
Panasonic TH-46PZ80This Panasonic plasma is one of the best in its league (212 words)
by HeIsSean - written on 13/07/09 (Useful, 85 readings)
I was in the market for a new TV to replace my 32" widescreen CRT by Goodmans before Christmas. Before I saw this product, I would definitely not buy a plasma and wanted an LCD, believing that they were superior. I had looked at LCDs on the Internet and then went to my local shop, Stuart Westmoreland. The LCDs looked brighter and, at first, more impressive. The BBC HD preview was on, which was good because it showed a mixture of programming, e.g. nature and tennis. It was clear that the plasma gave more natural colours and, on the tennis, the motion was much more fluid compared to the LCDs. The new generation of plasma screen is not plagued by the problems of the ...
Panasonic TH-37PW5EXYe Olde Worlde Tv (474 words)
by JJJJ - written on 26/09/11 (Very useful, 138 readings)
CRT televisions were still very much the norm in living rooms up and down the country, and the new-fangled plasma sets were viewed as rather exotic - exotic AND expensive. P Panasonic s TH-37PW5EX model was the first plasma that I owned, and it cost just under £2000! Nowadays you ll see the set selling for around ten times less in eBay - but if it s features that you re after, it s probably best to look elsewhere. Despite its age, the 37" set retains a modern appearance with a fairly thin surround, and a minimalistic, uncluttered design. The real giveaway to the product s age is the fact that its depth is thicker than the majority of its modern day brethren - ...