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Panasonic TC-P50V10
By: wubayou
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    2009-07-29

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  • Panasonic TC-P50V10
  • Features
  • Getting the Picture
  • Preventing Burn-in and Handling Connectivity

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    If you believe that you get what you pay for, you may appreciate the Panasonic TC-P50V10 plasma television. It certainly is not one of the cheapest 50-inch plasmas on the market, but for those for whom price is not an issue the Panasonic TC-P50V10 is well worth it. It delivers superior picture quality and color when compared to many of its competitors, especially in terms of the black levels it produces. Keep reading as we take a closer look in this two-part review.

    For those with complex setups in their home entertainment systems, the Panasonic TC-P50V10 also comes with plenty of options for connectivity. You can even view certain Internet services on this plasma thanks to VieraCast. Not to be out-shined by its performance, the sleek sheet-of-glass design employed by the manufacturer for this specific model makes it a handsome addition to any home or office.

    Simply put, the Panasonic TC-P50V10 is one of the best flat panel televisions currently on the market for both its substance and style. The Panasonic TC-P50V10 can be purchased at several major electronic outlets in the price range of around $1,800 to $2,300. This rather steep price is well worth it for those who take their home entertainment systems seriously and want the most out of their cable television and movie watching experience.

    In terms of features, you do get what you pay for the with the Panasonic TC-P50V10. Due to its quality and higher ticket price, the Panasonic TC-P50V10 is widely considered to be in the "upper class" of the manufacturer's plasma televisions currently on the market. For this reason, the Panasonic TC-P50V10 comes with some nice extra features not normally found on its lesser counterparts.

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