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Panasonic TC-P50UT50

Jul 10th 2012 at 10:05 PM

Full HD
In Germany, increasingly high-definition program content will be offered, because HDTV is the television of the future. The Panasonic Full HD panel expects the full high-definition TV signal is not as conventional HD panel down, but is in conjunction with V-real PRO 5 high-definition TV signal in exact resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels again.
Vreal for 50 best picture quality
TV signals in the usual PAL or HD resolution calculated the 1080p processor chip-set of V-real PRO 5 high on the best and most accurate full-HD display. The result: an exact 1:1 replication of the HDTV signal and an optimization of the other TV signals. Enjoy full high definition images in their native resolution with superior quality and sharp.

Brilliant, lightfast images
The new High Contrast filter minimizes glare and reflections while effectively increasing the light transmittance of the panel Panasonic TC-P50UT50. This could increase the dynamic range. For this reason, this excited plasma TV with vivid images and superior black levels, even in movies, in which shape the balance between light and dark is usually difficult.

Razor-sharp movements
Whether film, game or sport - This fast moving scenes on the screen very well come to the fore, analyzed 600 Hz Intelligent Frame Creation Pro sfd the input signal for each scene. The result is a razor-sharp motion reproduction in full HD resolution.

The ultimate home cinema experience
The Panasonic TX-P50GW20 was awarded the THX certification. Star director George Lucas has defined the requirements that a flat-screen TVs must meet in order to receive the coveted seal. This includes, among other things, the exceptionally good representation of films with excellent resolution and superior contrast and black levels. A promise to redeem this device without compromise.

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