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Plasma Television. Model No. TX-P42GT50B. TX-P50GT50B. Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product. Please read these instructions carefully before. The TX-P50GT50B is the 3rd successive Panasonic plasma TV we've tested this year that delivers excellent picture quality. Here's our review. Not many people buy plasma TVs any more, believing that LED-backlit televisions are cheaper and better. In fact, the differences between the.
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Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV Driver
Conversely you can also move content playing on the P50GT50B to the Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV device using a similar approach. The overall picture quality was just superb and the P50GT50B produced some of the best Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV we have seen, regardless of whether they were from standard or high definition sources. Standard definition content looked good but it was with high definition content that the P50GT50B could really impress, delivering a wonderfully detailed and natural image.
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This detailed image was in part due to the incredibly clean picture that was largely free of PWM noise and when we put on a Blu-ray, the P50GT50B was able to show what it was really capable of, delivering incredibly detailed and film-like pictures with smooth judder free motion. Panasonic have been busy refining their plasma technology in the last year and both the VT50 and GT50 range share Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV lot of the same innovations.
This allows Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV a much reduced pixel address time, compared to previous Panasonic plasmas, and a more even distribution of light through the sub-field phases, which should result in cleaner and sharper looking motion. It should also deliver the added benefits of deeper blacks and a brighter appearing image, as well as the ability to produce more gradations in darker portions of the picture.
Panasonic claim an effective 24, equivalent steps of gradation, Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV is four times that of the previous generations, so it should result in some benefits to shadow detail.
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What were the results of all this innovation? Well Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV blacks looked spectacular and were in fact some of the best we have seen. The Infinite Black Pro filter was certainly doing its job during the day and when we put out the lights at night, the resulting blacks were incredible. They were very deep and inky, the kind of blacks that provide a solid base to the image and result in an impressive contrast ratio and a suitably wide dynamic range.
We measured a 0 IRE screen at between 0. However, using a ANSI checkerboard pattern we measured black at 0. Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV was even more impressive about these backs, was that there was still plenty of shadow detail, although there was some noise just above black but you would need to be very close to the screen to see it.
Last year's Panasonic's struggled to deliver very bright images in the Professional modes and this year, Panasonic claim that energy savings have been used to generate greater levels of brightness. We found that a calibrated night setting in Professional2 could deliver about 32 fL and a calibrated day mode in Professional1 could deliver about 40 fL.
Whilst not blisteringly bright, they are brighter than last year and we always found the image to have sufficient brightness, even when watching a calibrated night Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV mode during the day. As far as other reported issues on Panasonic plasmas are concerned we had absolutely no problems with image retention, even when we left static test screens up for a prolonged period of time during calibration.
Like all plasmas however, if you do subject a panel to static images over a long time and in bright Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV modes, IR can be an issue. There was still some occasional posterisation and the odd phosphor trail but that Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV just a limitation of the technology. The same goes for flicker which some people might notice but we only saw occasionally with bright static test patterns.
We ran the P50GT50B in for over hours before we began testing and using various patterns to check the uniformity of the screen, we could see no sign of the dreaded green 'blobs' that were reported on some of last year's Panasonic plasmas. The two biggest problems with Panasonic plasmas, and the ones that have generated the most comment over the last two years, are the 50Hz bug and dynamic false contouring. The first problem, which only manifests on 50Hz material and is therefore not just a limitation of plasma technology, in general, is best described as breakup or fringing on the edges of moving objects.
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This problem has gradually been reduced by Panasonic over the last two years and we could barely see the Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV on the P50GT50B, in fact the majority of the time we didn't see it at all, but every now and then it would manifest around the edges of a moving object or camera pan. However if you do find it to be an issue, setting IFC to max can eliminate it entirely. The other problem of false contouring is also occasionally visible, usually when someone's face moves across the screen and you see their skin tones break up into red and green contours.
This problem also seems to mostly manifest with 50Hz and once again setting IFC to max can eliminate the issue. Personally we never found either issue to be a major problem and they certainly didn't detract in a big way from what was a marvellous picture overall. Of course, if you feel that either of these issues will be a problem, as always we Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV you demo a P50GT50B.
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There is a dedicated 3D menu that allows users to customise their 3D experience and there are separate settings for the calibration controls which means you can also calibrate the 3D picture mode if you so desire. The new glasses also helped Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV the performance because they're so light and comfortable that you forget that you're wearing them, there is no noticeable flicker to distract you or cause fatigue and the tint free lenses don't cause discolouration.
Thanks to their use of Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV instead of IR, there were also no problems with losing sync or any other issue that might take you out of the 3D experience.
A screen size of 50" is probably the limit for an immersive 3D experience, any smaller Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV the effect becomes Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV akin to looking through a window. The immersive nature of the experience was also improved by the general lack of crosstalk which meant we never found ourselves being drawn out of the movie.
There were very occasional instances but you really had to look for them and they were never distracting.
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The display was able to handle fast movement without ghosting or artefacts which was especially obvious when playing fast moving 3D games, although they can often contribute Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV own set of problems through poor implementation from the developers. The 3D images produced by the P50GT50B were excellent, with well defined depth and a sense of solidity to the objects on screen. The P50GT50B includes Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT50B TV 2D to 3D conversion function but whilst this worked to a degree, it remains nothing more than a gimmick feature that is best avoided.