Released February, 2010
The Pros:Attractive bezel design, simple and sleek. Setup is very easy, looks great out of the box without needing adjustment. Remote control is well organized and intuitive to work with.
The Cons:A little image retention when you first get it, needs breaking in.
The PN58C590 is a 58", 1080p plasma television, part of Samsung's mid-range 590 Series for 2010. The PN58C590 is mostly identical to the PN58C540, but adds support for BD Wise, which optimizes resolutions when used with a Blu-ray player also supporting the technology.
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It adds two HDMI inputs to the 540-Series model, while retaining the "Touch of Color" design and 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, typical for plasma displays, which are known for reproducing deep blacks. Real Black Filter and Black Panel technologies further enhance contrast in dark content, while 600Hz Subfield Motion enables an exceptional response time of .001 ms, virtually eliminating blur in fast-moving scenes. The PN58C590 cuts energy consumption significantly compared to its 2009 predecessors, qualifying for Energy Star.
- 58" plasma display
- 1920x1080 resolution
- Real Black Filter technology
- 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
- 600Hz Subfield Motion
- .001ms response time
- Touch of Color design
- 4 HDMI inputs
- 10Wx2 speakers
- Built-in digital tuner
- 18-bit processing
- BD-Wise support
- e-panel technology
- Wide Color Enhancer
- Black Panel technology
- Cinema Smooth technology
- Game mode
- Energy Star
User Reviews (1)
attractive bezel design, simple and sleek
setup is very easy, looks great out of the box without needing adjustment
remote control is well organized and intuitive to work with
can handle fast-moving subjects gracefully, stays sharp with no jitter
bright and fights glare, ideal for well lit rooms
audio output is good enough for general viewing, doesn't necessarily need an external sound system
upscales SD signals to make them look much better, not dramatically poor compared to HD
a little image retention when you first get it, needs breaking in
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