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Panasonic TH-65PV500

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Plasma, 65 inch Display, Resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels, 900 cd/m² Brightness, 3,000:1 Contrast Ratio

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      09.08.2008 18:04

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      would choose a panasonic viera again

      This is one big TV, maybe a little to big for our lounge. The image quality is excellent, especially on HD and DVD's. It has so many different types of connections - SCART, Video camera, SD cards, that you can get a little confused.

      The sound quality is excellent - as would be expected by Panasonic - they leave other companies behind in this respect. I always turn to panasonic when the sound quality is important.

      Sadly, one of the Scart sockets has stopped working, but the television has 2 more, so we can still watch DVD, Video and play the playstation.

      Playstation games really come into their own on a television this big.

      A minor niggle is the remote control. It would be nice if this was more intuitive and you could get across from different sections more easily - i.e. turn from teletext to digital TV without having to press several buttons.

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  • Product Details


    Continuing to innovate in its VIERA line of flat panel TVs, Panasonic is now shipping the 65-inch TH-65PV500 with a highly unusual feature; the ability to record TV directly to SD cards. A HD ready TV, the set integrates a DVB-T tuner for compatibility with digital terrestrial broadcasts such as the Freeview service in the UK, also accepting HDMI connections for additional video input.