Panasonic Announces Two Home Cinema Plasma TVs

Janet Harris

November 26, 2008

Panasonic Announces Two Home Cinema Plasma TVs
Panasonic is launching two full-HD plasma sets in the new year, the 65-inch TH-65VX100 and the 50-inch TH-50VX100.

The displays feature new plasma technology with a Dynamic Black Layer at the front end of the panel.

The provides deeper and richer blacks by reducing the amount of predischarge by a sixth compared with earlier plasma technology and giving the world’s highest contrast ratio of 60,000:1.

The new technology also extends the range of colours that can be displayed, and moving picture resolution of over 900 lines ensures that moving images are smooth and crisp.






 

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  1. bryan catmull says:

    PANASONIC ARE IN A DIFFICULT SITUATION, THESE NEW
    PLASMA MODELS ARE BOASTING 60,000/1 CONTRAST RATIO
    THATS REALWORLD NUMBERS, BUT WITH CANON ABOUT TO
    UNLEASH SED IN LATE 2009, WITH A 100,000 /1 RATIO
    IN CONTRAST (REALWORLD), AND WITH A VERY SLIMLINE
    OF 10MM OR THINNER AND LIMITED AVAILABILITY OF
    SED IN THE FIRST 12 MONTHS UNTIL CANON CAN RAMP UP PRODUCTION, PANASONIC HAS ONLY THE PRICEPOINT ON WHICH TO COMPETE, SHOULD BE AN EXCITING TIME FOR CONSUMERS IN 2009

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