Panasonic Viera TC-P50UT50 50' 3D Plasma TV

Panasonic Viera TC-P50UT50 50" 3D Plasma TV

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Active Shutter Progressive 3D Method 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...More

Description

Active Shutter Progressive 3D Method 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. 2,500 Focused Field Drive This original Panasonic technology detects image movements like the human eye, and optimizes the drive accordingly. By achieving instantaneously powerful light emission rather than finely divided emission, it reduces the afterimages that cause blurring. As a result, fast movement is reproduced with excellent clarity.

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
Diagonal Screen Size50
Display Panel
Diagonal Screen Size50 in
Interface
Interface ConnectionUSB Yes, Ethernet Yes
Physical Specifications
Weight50.70 lbs
More Info
URLhttp://www.panasonic.com
Additional Specifications
Normalized-Weight811.2
Product ModelTC-P50UT50
Product SeriesUT50
Brand NamePanasonic
Memory Card ReaderYes
Analog TunerNTSC
Weight with Stand (Approximate)57.30 lb
RMS Output Power20 W
DLNA CertifiedYes
Number of HDMI2
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Number of USB Ports2
3D TechnologyShutter
3D ConversionYes
Streaming ServiceHuluPlus
3D Glasses RequiredYes
Remote Control IncludedYes
3D Type3D
Product LineViera
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User Reviews

5 Ratings | 4 Reviews

3 out of 5 stars

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  • Really Good TV

    By Todd J. Jackson  Mar 16, 2012

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  • UPDATE - October 24, 2012

    By Sunil  Oct 24, 2012

    This is the update of my review posted earlier. The issues mentioned in my earlier review was resolved by Panasonic satisfactorily. Thanks to Chris and his colleagues at Panasonic. They first replaced the board which lasted 10 minutes. The TV again s...hut down with 8 blinks. At this stage, it was clear that there was something wrong with this particular piece that we bought. Panasonic exchanged the TV with a new one yesterday and it is working fine. Hence, my earlier review may not apply to this model or Panasonic in general. If you trust the brand, then follow your instinct and it will work out at the end. One suggestion I have that Panasonic should provide more details and updates of the case status online to reduce the time required to follow-up, Read more Less

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  • DO NOT BUY

    By Sunil  Sep 11, 2012

    We bought Panasonic TC-P50UT50 from Best Buy on July 4th, 2012. At the time of purchase, the Best Buy customer service tried their best to sell us the three years maintenance contract which we refused. Our argument was that the maintenance contract w...as not needed for the manufacturers like Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, etc. The TV was easy to set up, picture quality was good, and everyone was happy. BUT, After 45 days and approximately 90 hours of operation, the TV switched off one morning with the front red light blinking intermittently. We first thought that the power tripped, though we were not worried about the surge because the TV was connected through a new surge protector. We switch off the TV for ten minutes and then powered it back on. It started working and we forgot about it. The same day afternoon, it happened again. We suspected the wall outlet and plugged the TV through surge protector to another wall outlet. It started working fine. After three days, TV switched off again. Our purchase was more than 30 days old, so there was no point in calling Best Buy. I called Panasonic and reported the problem. The TV has one year manufacturer's warranty. The warranty rep wanted to know the number of time the red light blinks. At that point, we realized the problem with the TV. We had not noted down the number of blinks. I took the case number and told the rep that we would get back to them after it happens again and we note down the number of blinks. It happened again after two days - 8 blinks, pause, 8 blinks, pause, and it repeats. I called the warranty support and let them know. They said that the TV needs to be repaired. It was Thursday. They schedules for the service next week on Wednesday. The gentleman came, opened the back of the TV, and checked in consultation with the Panasonic technical support over phone. Finally, he told me that one of the boards needs to be replaced. Panasonic was going to send the board by over night shipment. He will call me once he received the board and schedule the time for replacement. He said that it would happen on Friday or latest by Monday (that was yesterday). No calls. I received the call today and he informed that he had just heard from Panasonic. The board to be replaced is on back order. It may take 2-3 days or 2-3 weeks for the board to arrive and then he would schedule a time for the replacement. So, now you get the whole story. My question is : this TV has hardly been used. Why Panasonic would not replace the TV with a new one if the new TV is in the store and the board is on back order ?. I will definitely give a week time and then follow up on this. But, I am definitely inclined to suggest not to buy this TV and definitely not rely on old brand's manufacturing warranty. Furthermore, this was our first purchase from Best Buy and this would be our last purchase from them. Read more Less

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  • Buyer Beware

    By Yahoo Shopping User  Oct 4, 2013

    When I put down this kind of money I expect the product to last years. This TV died at 14 months, two months out of warranty. The estimated price to fix it was equal to its current value. After an unpleasant experience with customer service, they off...ered to pay a little of the repair cost, but I had to go to one of their repairmen, which was costly, and then they'd only pay a little bit - they refused to let me know how much beforehand. No effort to make a customer happy. When I expressed some upset that this kind of brand new pricey TV should not die at a year after regular use (no heavy gaming, lived in air conditioning, etc.) they just kept telling me how great their quality products are. They seemed insulted that I would question the greatness of their TVs. When I went to look at new TVs everyone swore up and down how great Panasonic is. We'd purchased this one partly because of Consumer Reports. Well, they didn't have over a grand burn up after a year's use. Fine. They picture and color was all right, it was not as great with fast movement as they seem to think. It didn't have enough imputs in back, had to jump through hoops to get all our stuff hooked up. When we bought it, we were told it could connect to internet - Great! Got it home to find out that you had to buy an additional gadget to attach so that you could acutally connect to the internet. Our previous TV (different brand) was gorgeous and lasted a decade. Plenty of inputs. Bottom line, I will never, ever purchase a Panasonic product again. Buyer beware. Read more Less

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