Panasonic Plasma Tvs

Written by Serena Berger
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Panasonic plasma TVs boast a host of features that set them apart from their competition. What they may have in common with other plasma TVs is that they are HDTV compatible and have a 16:9 aspect ratio, as well as being appealing when both on and off. But features such as a high contrast ratio to provide sharp distinction between blacks and whites, as well an anti-reflective screen coating to prevent light from distracting from your enjoyment, set these TVs apart from others.

Connections on Panasonic Plasma TVs

As HDTV moves towards the norm, newer HDTV receivers and DVD players are becoming equipped with the DVI output connection, which allows for an uncompressed, high-quality video signal to be displayed. Panasonic plasma TVs also come with a built in NTSC tuner to receive current broadcasts, as well as being compatible with progressive scan DVD players. They also come with the standard assortment of connections, including S-video, component, and composite connections, which means DVD players as well as video game systems can be simultaneously connected to the television.

The appeal of plasma television comes not only from the space-saving and sleek design, but also from the vividness of the display. Panasonic plasma TVs are no exception to this, displaying more than one billion colors. To further enhance the picture, Panasonic plasma TVs employ both Mach Band and Gamma Enhancement systems to make the colors as deep and rich as possible.

Panasonic makes plasma TVs in 37, 42 and 50 inches, and include pedestal stands to support all of these sizes. While they require the addition of an HD tuner to receive HDTV broadcasts, if your primary viewing is of DVDs, you may find that these televisions make a fine addition to your home theater. Panasonic's plasma televisions also come with installed speakers that create a surround sound environment with stereo speakers, saving you both space and cost.


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