Panasonic VIERA TC-P50S30
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Color differentiation is excellent, can see the subtle shades. Images are crisp and detailed, 2D feels like 3D. Sports are perfectly rendered, no blur, everything sharp.
The Cons:Sound quality is a little flat, needs to be turned up to hear everyone clearly. Very heavy, need a heavy-duty TV stand and help when installing. Draws a significant amount of power when running.
The Panasonic VIERA TC-P50S30 is a high definition plasma television designed for fast-moving video. This is a larger version of the Panasonic VIERA TC-P46S30, and is followed by the largest in the series, the Panasonic VIERA TC-P60S30.
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The 50 inch screen is kept color accurate through the use of a 600Hz sub-field drive, and can display in resolutions as high as full 1080p high definition. To accommodate fast-moving video, fast switching phosphors are used that prevent artifacts from being left on the screen. A Game Mode is also available that minimizes any lag between the gaming console and what is seen on screen. Online support includes Easy IPTV content and DLNA connections over local networks. Files can also be played back from storage devices connected to one of the USB ports.
- 50-inch class (49.9 in measured diagonally)
- 1080p resolution
- Fast switching
- 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 (2)
color differentiation is excellent, can see the subtle shades
images are crisp and detailed, 2D feels like 3D
sports are perfectly rendered, no blur, everything sharp
reflections are subdued, does a good job fighting glare
sound quality is a little flat, needs to be turned up to hear everyone clearly
very heavy, need a heavy-duty TV stand and help when installing
draws a significant amount of power when running
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