Panasonic VIERA TC-50PX34
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Colors are outstanding, very deep and realistic looking. Sound is above-average, can hear what people are saying at low volumes and can get pretty loud when you want it to. Fast-moving images are rendered sharp and clear, perfect for watching sports.
The Cons:Very heavy construction, need at least two people to set it up. Draws a fair amount of power and outputs a fair amount of heat.
The VIERA TC-50PX34 is a high-definition television from Panasonic that offers a step-up from the company's VIERA TC-42PX34 model. Fitted with a 50-inch plasma screen display capable of playing back full 1080p HD content, this model incorporates a number of advanced processing technologies to provide a high-quality viewing experience.
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Incorporating an SD card reader for instant playback of still images or video files, users can access the VIERA Viewer software component to quickly browse through and select material that they've captured on a digital camera or other SD card device. Capable of connecting to an existing internet network through Wi-Fi, the TC-50PX34 includes "Easy IPTV" services such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Facebook and Twitter. Fast-paced content including live sports and action movies can be improved through the 600Hz Sub-field Drive feature, a technology that converts imagery into dots and increases frame rate for reduced lag and blurring. The TV is free of mercury and lead, and claims to be of an eco-friendly design for reduced energy emissions. This enables a supposed panel life of up to 100,000 hours (approximately 30 years) of viewing that can be carried out before a noticeable change in quality appears.
- Gloss black aesthetic
- 50-inch plasma screen display
- VIERA Image Viewer
- Easy IPTV capabilities
- VIERA Tools UI
- Integrated full-range stereo speakers
- HDMI connectivity
- Environmentally-friendly design
User Reviews (2)
colors are outstanding, very deep and realistic looking
sound is above-average, can hear what people are saying at low volumes and can get pretty loud when you want it to
fast-moving images are rendered sharp and clear, perfect for watching sports
GUI is easy to navigate, can walk through the setup functions quickly
doesn't suffer from burn-in, OK to play video games on
very heavy construction, need at least two people to set it up
draws a fair amount of power and outputs a fair amount of heat
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