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Thursday, October 20, 2005

Panasonic TH-PX50U

Panasonic is cutting prices this year on its high-resolution plasmas, and the least-expensive high-resolution models in the 2005 consumer line belong to the TH-PX50U series. All models in the TH-PX50U series have relatively high native resolutions--1,024x768 for the 37- and 42-inchers, and 1,366x768 for the 50-incher--which result in better detail with high-def sources compared to EDTVs. They all have a built-in ATSC tuner as well as a Digital Cable Ready CableCard slot, so no external hardware is necessary to receive over-the-air and cable HD programming. The connectivity of these sets is highlighted by an HDMI port, a digital audio output, and two component-video inputs. Unlike some previous Panasonic plasmas, these can accept a 720p signal via their HDMI and component-video inputs.

  • 1,366x768 or 1,024x768 native resolution
  • ATSC HDTV tuner
  • Digital Cable Ready
  • One HDMI port
  • Two component-video inputs
Source: cnet

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