Panasonic TXP50X10 50" Plasma TV - HD Ready - Freeview - Inc spks & stand - With at home warranty £769.95 @ Richersounds - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TXP50X10 50" Plasma TV - HD Ready - Freeview - Inc spks & stand - With at home warranty £769.95 @ Richersounds

£769.95 @ Richer Sounds
Featuring a brand new, G12 plasma panel, the TX-P50X10 offers a stunning contrast ratio of 20,000:1. Improvements in panel performance have come about from improved production process incorporating th…
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Featuring a brand new, G12 plasma panel, the TX-P50X10 offers a stunning contrast ratio of 20,000:1. Improvements in panel performance have come about from improved production process incorporating the new Real Black Drive system (a pre-discharge system) and raising the base illumination. All signals also benefit from 100Hz technology. 100Hz technology gives a more stable picture with less flicker and reduced motion blur.

As ever, we'd always recommend a separate home cinema system for the best sound quality, although the built-in system offers enhancements over previous models. V-Audio Surround gives a spacious sound based on actual room measurement from the onboard digital signal processor. Combined with the "invisible" speakers, it gives a crisp, well-detailed sound quality.

In this age of HD, it's good to see that the latest Panasonic plasma TV has 3 HDMI sockets - ideal for an HD TV receiver, Blu-ray player and upscaling DVD. One of these is side mounted making it ideal for an occasionally connected device such as a games console. In addition to this, twin SCART sockets, VGA (for a PC) and component inputs are on hand for analogue sources. A slightly more unusual fitment, but still welcome nonetheless is a SD card reader. This easily accessible slot is perfect for showing pictures taken on your digital camera. The HDMI VIERA link has been upgraded to allow the connection of Panasonic LUMIX digital cameras. Once connected you can use the TV's remote control to playback stored images on the camera.

With a softly contoured stand and sleek new finish, the TX-P50x10 looks smarter than its predecessors. Always a class favourite, the new Panasonic TX-P50x10 is now better than ever.
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#1
is this deal any good. how does it compare to samsungs and LG's
#2
Pixel Resolution only 1368 x 768
For a 50" screen, would personally only get one with full 1080p
#3
2,000,000:1 contrast ratio not 20,000 as advertised. That would be amazing
#4
Silverwolf
Pixel Resolution only 1368 x 768
For a 50" screen, would personally only get one with full 1080p


I have a 50" plasma with this res and it looks beautiful, not a huge worry as only ps3s output 1080p natively anyway
Don't forget this is twice the res of sdtv and handles upscaling of that better than 95% of 1080p sets i've seen.
#5
Personally I too though would only go 1080p for 50" if you have any intention of buying a Blu Ray player etc.

Just want the new 200hz Sony's to drop in price myself over the next year or two before I upgrade to one of those bad boys.... mmmmm 200hz...
#6
3 HDMI sockets - ideal for an HD TV receiver, Blu-ray player and upscaling DVD

blu-ray players upscale so why buy an upscaling dvd player???
#7
The 1080p model is 'just' £899 here http://www.weymouthhifi.co.uk/website/panasonic/panasonic-TH50PZ80.htm which is what I would choose if in the market for a 50 incher......

To think my 50PZ70 [previous years same model] cost me £1,600 when released:shock: ...about 18 months ago....
#8
addyjones1234
3 HDMI sockets - ideal for an HD TV receiver, Blu-ray player and upscaling DVD

blu-ray players upscale so why buy an upscaling dvd player???


depends on the player itself. not all bd player capable of upscaling/de-interlacing your media to the native 1080p.

i've got pio pdp-lx5090 for £2500 last year (oct 08) and pio bdp-lx71 for £599 (dec 08) to play my bd collections. but still paid and odd approx £400 for oppo 983 dvd player just to play my previous dvd collections.

this oppo has very gud 'anchor-bay processor' video processing which may output your dvds to nearly bd like output picture quality. this also depends on your screen quality too.

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