Panasonic VIERA TC-P46S30
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Fast switching phosphors provide greater efficiency and lower power consumption than the previous year's panels. Menu interface is well-laid out and easy to use. Connecting to a home network is very simple.
The Cons:Only sports 3 HDMI ports. Lacks any wireless network connectivity options.
The Panasonic VIERA TC-P46S30 is a high definition plasma television built for fast-moving video. This is a larger version of the Panasonic VIERA TC-P42S30, and is followed in the series by the Panasonic VIERA TC-P50S30 which is expanded further.
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Other than size, however, they all have the same features. This 46 inch plasma displays in 1080p resolution, and uses fast switching phosphors for fast-moving images such as sporting events and gaming consoles in order to avoid the creation of artifacts. A Game Mode is also available to ensure that no lag occurs between the console and the screen. Colors are kept accurate by a 600Hz sub-field drive, and online support is enabled with Easy IPTV content. Local files can be viewed through a DLNA connection, or by connecting a storage device to one of the USB ports.
- 46-inch class (46 in measured diagonally)
- 1080p resolution
- Fast switching phosphors
- 600Hz Sub-field drive
- 3 x HDMI connections
- 2 x USB ports
- Easy IPTV
- VIERA Image Viewer
- DLNA compatible
- VIERA Link
- Game Mode
User Reviews (4)
Fast switching phosphors provide greater efficiency and lower power consumption than the previous year's panels.
Menu interface is well-laid out and easy to use.
Connecting to a home network is very simple.
Fairly extensive image quality manipulation.
Black levels hold up in direct sunlight or in a darkened room.
Only sports 3 HDMI ports.
Lacks any wireless network connectivity options.
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