Panasonic VIERA TC-P65ST50 65' 3D Plasma TV

Panasonic VIERA TC-P65ST50 65" 3D Plasma TV

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The display alternately shows images for the left and right eyes. The left and right lenses of the eyewear open and close in sync with this display timing to show separate images to the left and...More

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Description

The display alternately shows images for the left and right eyes. The left and right lenses of the eyewear open and close in sync with this display timing to show separate images to the left and right eyes. By repeating this action at high speed, the brain perceives 3D images. And because this method displays Full HD 3D images just as they are, both eyes receive 3D images in high, Full-HD quality.

Specifications

Quick Glance
Broadcast Format Displayed1080p
Digital TunerATSC
Audio Video ConnectorsHDMI Yes, Component Video Yes, Composite Video Yes, Digital Audio Yes
Display TypePlasma TV
Aspect Ratio16:9
Included Network CardEthernet
3D Compatible3D
Max Resolution1920 x 1080
Display Panel
Diagonal Screen Size65 in
Interface
Interface ConnectionUSB Yes, Ethernet Yes
Physical Specifications
Depth Without Stand2.1 in
Height37.20 in
Width59.40 in
Depth15.80 in
Weight83.80 lbs
More Info
URLhttp://www.panasonic.com
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Pro Reviews

  • Panasonic TC-P65ST50

    cnet

    series exhibited outstanding overall picture quality, characterized by exceedingly deep black levels with great shadow detail, accurate colors, and solid bright-room performance. Unlike LCDs, as a plasma it has superb off-angle and uniformity characteristics. The styling is attractive and the feature set well-chosen, including excellent onscreen help options. THE BAD: The ST50 uses more power than competing LCD TVs, and doesnt perform as well in bright rooms as those with matte screens. It doesnt include 3D glasses, and 3D picture quality showed more crosstalk than many competitors models. The ST50 is only available in 50-inch and larger sizes. Three HDMI inputs is one fewer than most midrange TVs offer. THE BOTTOM LINE: With flagship-level picture quality for a midlevel price, the Panasonic ST50 series sets the value standard among videophile-grade TVs. Read more

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