Panasonic Plasma TV 58 Inch Models
Panasonic is one of the leading producers of televisions on the market. One type that is only replicated by only one other manufacturer, Samsung, is the Panasonic 58 Inch Plasma TV. Only two manufacturers actually produce the 58 inch models. This article will take a peek at the top of the line newest models of Plasma Televisions, specifically Panasonic Plasma 58 inch models. I will also review an older model as well.
Panasonic VIERA S1 Series TC-P58S1 58-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV
Highlights: Perfect for sports and movies, the Panasonic Viera S1 also comes with a game mode that enhances the picture when connected to a gaming system such as a Playstation 3 or Xbox 360. Panasonic introduced a new technology called Neo PDP which allows for 1080 lines of resolution even during fast motion sequences. There is an SD Card slot for viewing photos right on the Plasma TV. 1080p Full HD video, 40,000:1 contrast ratio, 16:9 viewing and it weighs 112 pounds. It has a digital audio output, and also comes with Viera Link which allows you to easily connect your devices like video cameras and other peripherals directly to your Panasonic Plasma TV.
Panasonic TC P58V10 - 58" plasma TV - widescreen - 1080p (FullHD)
Highlights: The Panasonic TC P58V10 is a 58 inch Panasonic model plasma television that comes with full hd 1080p video playback. One of the neatest features is that the plasma tv itself comes internet ready. So you can have access to internet media through a feature called Viera Cast. You can play video from services such as videos, photos, weather and stock information through the internet web interface that is built into the TV. Now enjoy services like Youtube, Amazon Video, and Picasa without having to access or log on to your home computer. 40,000:1 Native contrast ratio, this is a THX certified TV so it will reproduce cinematic images exactly as the film was originally produced. It will also display cinematic images at 24 frames per second, and has a filter to eliminate the flicker effect. This model like the Panasonic tc-p5851 are examples of the quality of the Panasonic plasma.
Panasonic Viera TH-58PZ800U 58-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV
The Panasonic TH-58PZ800U Viera is one of the earlier models of Viera and has really become affordable in the last year. This particular model of Panasonic plasma tv has a high rating as it earned a CNET Editor's Choice Award in October of 2008 for one of the best plasma tvs out on the market. Normally I would just focus on the newer models, but this plasma deserved mention. Great features at a great price. Originally this TV would have cost around $3,800, and only after a year on the market it is available for half that price, sometimes even lower. I found several new in the box on Amazon for around $1500.
Highlights: Native contrast ratio 30,000:1, and a Dynamic contrast ratio up to 1,000,000:1. Anti-reflective filter for greater viewing angle in different lighting. This plasma also has the built in SD card slot for viewing photos and more just like the newer panasonic tv models 58 inches. HDMI 1.3, and 24p reduction of the flicker effect when playing cinematic features. This TV is also THX certified like the newer high end Panasonic, and also comes with Game Mode. You are really getting a lot for your money at this point, without sacrificing too much.
Other Models From Amazon
CNET Video about the Panasonic 58 800U THX TV
This is just a short video detailing some of the unique features of the Panasonic Viera series.
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