A look at the Panasonic Viera Plasma 1080p series


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Panasonic Plasma 1080p series is one of the most popular line of plasma TVs on the market today. Come with a higher contrast ratio for deep blacks and shadow detail attractive. In addition, these models offer a 1080p plasma soft and bright colors that will appeal to movie buffs, sports fans and spectators of the HDTV itself.

If you're in the market for a new plasma then you've probably looked at several models and can be confused by allDifferent brands and models. I'll try to break the fundamental differences between the models of the Panasonic Viera 1080p plasma.

Take a look at the model numbers. A typical plasma model is Panasonic Viera TH-xxPZ80U. There are several things to find the model number.

1. TH-xxPZ80U - The xx represents the size of the TV (for example 50PZ80U is a 50 "model) range of sizes as small as 42 inches and up to 65 inches at the top of the.range of models.

2. TH-xxPZ80U - The PZ denotes a model 1080. Panasonic also offers a 720p model, but is indicated by a PX.

3. TH-xxPZ80U - This is where it starts to get even more confused. These indicate the individual attributes and feature sets of each model with a 80U well, better 85u 800U even better and better (at least until they reach an even better model) 850U.

So let's dig a little and check the attributes andcharacteristics of different models.

80U - This is the basic model. Of course, these are the least expensive models and include all basic elements that give the Panasonic plasma 1080p TVs and high reputation. They come with a 20000:1 contrast ratio, 2 speakers and 3 HDMI inputs.

85u - The next step in the line model adds a contrast ratio of 30,000:1 and others to take to add an entry for PC connection.

800U - The next step makes several additions as 24psupport and additional HDMI input and THX certification. Other considerations are the addition of 2 speakers and better sound quality, but if you connect to your TV via an AV receiver then more than likely not even use the TV speakers. The 800U models also feature a swivel base that can be beneficial for those who choose not to climb on the wall of the plasma.

850U - 850U It represents the top model by addingadditional shades of gradation of color, motion menus and a configuration reference Studio Pro.

I hope this gives some clarity to the series Panasonic Viera Plasma 1080p. It is sure to be of a size and functionality to meet a wide range of budgets. So if you watch a new TV for the holiday season or for the transition to digital, a Panasonic plasma may be the right choice for you.

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