Panasonic VIERA TC-P50S2
Released March, 2010
The Pros:PC/Mac connection shows properly without overscan. Black levels are top grade, even compared to other plasmas, they don't wash out or show color tint. Fast-moving video never shows blur or ghosting.
The Cons:Speakers have a washed-out, tinny sound. Lacks a true PC input, need to use HDMI as work-around. Stand is rigid, can't be adjusted.
The Panasonic VIERA TC-P50S2 is a high definition TV that uses advanced technology to create a clear and detailed picture and conserve energy. Similar to the company's other models, the 50-inch HDTV has 1080p HD resolution, VIERA Image Viewer to watch digital photographs and an anti-reflective filter.
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One of it's main features, the television also has 1080 TV lines of moving picture resolution that helps eliminate traditional HDTV motion blur. To provide safety and conserve energy, it has a Clean Touch bezel that keeps the TV bezel clean with less fingerprints and contains no lead or mercury which in turn prolongs the HDTV's lifespan.
- 50-inch HDTV
- 1080p HD resolution
- 1080 TV lines eliminate motion blur
- VIERA Image Viewer
- Anti-reflective filter
- Clean Touch bezel rids fingerprints
- Contains no lead or mercury
User Reviews (1)
PC/Mac connection shows properly without overscan
black levels are top grade, even compared to other plasmas, they don't wash out or show color tint
fast-moving video never shows blur or ghosting
adjusts brightness to the ambient light in the room, can deal with any lighting conditions
speakers have a washed-out, tinny sound
lacks a true PC input, need to use HDMI as work-around
stand is rigid, can't be adjusted
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