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When looking around for a good quality plasma 3DTV it is hard to go past the Panasonic 50″ Plasma 3DTV for its sleek look and long list of features. The 3D plasma TV category has grown in recent times with more manufacturers introducing their products to the market. Currently the offerings from Panasonic are a great choice for adding that 3D touch to your home entertainment setup.
The design of the Panasonic 50″ 3DTV is sleek and metallic with Panasonic moving away from its traditional offerings of a black finish to give these TVs a metallic look by using brushed aluminium as the finish. These TVs are also much lighter than previous offerings and the design has kept the TV as slim as possible. The TV unit is solidly built and comes with a stand that allows the screen to be swivelled around to optimise viewing angles.
The main feature of this Panasonic 3D TV is the 3D capabilities of the unit. These televisions feature all the modes of 3D such as top – bottom and side-by-side and can also convert 3D content to 2D which is great when you are watching TV and doing other tasks and don’t want to wear the 3D glasses. Converting 3D content to 2D is also useful when there are more people than 3D glasses so that everyone can watch the content.
Apart from the 3D capabilities of this TV, the Panasonic plasma has a long list of other great features. This plasma TV has a glassless screen which reduces the annoying reflections that are often present when watching these TVs at various times of the day. The screen has a 1080p picture resolution which provides a sharp crisp picture in both 3D and 2D. Moving to the back of the Panasonic 3DTV, this unit features USB ports which can be used to playback media files and pictures in JPEG file format and can also be used to record free-to-air content to a USB Drive. Panasonic also has a variety of jacks and ports for many other equipment needs such as connection of DVD and home theatre equipment.
As a whole the Panasonic Plasma ticks most of the boxes when it comes to the 3D aspects and also performs great as a 2D television. If you are looking for a great 3D TV and have a bit of cash to spend then defiantly check out this plasma TV.Read More
For people who are about to spend a small fortune on a new widescreen TV it is important to consider a few things before you make that purchase. The first thing that you should be asking is how big should the screen size be and what is the best size for the room that the television will be located. Many people decide on the size of their new widescreen TV based on the amount of money they have to spend however it is important that the television you decide to buy is not too big for the room. There are some simple rules of thumb when it comes to working out how far back from a widescreen you should sit to get the perfect picture and this distance increases with an increase in the size of the television screen.
From the time that television was first introduced to audiences there has been myths in regards to sitting too close to the television screen. It was believed that sitting too close to the screen was bad for your eyes however this is not true with most research finding that sitting too close to the TV screen induces headaches as your brain works overtime trying to take in the whole picture. To remedy this problem it is essential to work out the dimensions of your TV room to ensure that the TV you purchase is not too large for the room.
Another misconception is that bigger is better. This is not always the case as you may experience the problems of being too close to the screen and not experiencing the best picture quality. A TV that is too big for a room also looks wrong from an aesthetics point of view. A widescreen TV that is too large for a room over shadows other features of the TV room and users may find that a large TV in a small room does not provide enjoyment when watching your favourite DVD movies.
Before going out to the local electrical retailer with cash in hand it is important to measure the distance between the viewing area of the TV room to the place where the TV will be located. This measurement will dictate the screen size suitable for this room and hopefully avoid a situation where the TV chosen is too large for the space and room it is to be located in.Read More
Since the presentation of the first television show on a grainy black and white Cathode Ray Tube TV people have become accustom to these types of TVs which have been around for just over 75 years. Since TV was first introduced to an eager audience the majority of televisions that were manufactured where built using the CRT technology which produced a bright vibrant picture and had an approximate screen life of over 20,000 hours. CRT televisions currently account for just over 60% of the market share and this has been slowly decreasing as technology and prices of newer high definition plasma and LCD TVs become more sophisticated and cheaper.
There are many reasons why CRT TVs are experiencing a decline however there are some advantages to owning a CRT television. When it comes to important considerations such as price, screen size and picture quality a CRT TV may have a few advantages over a slimline plasma or LCD. The price of a brand new slimline widescreen TV is significantly more than purchasing a CRT television which makes this option of a CRT TV a viable alternative for people who are shopping on a budget. The CRT television also offers an excellent picture which can rival some of the cheaper plasma or LCD televisions. The technology of the cathode ray tube is able to produce a crisp and vibrant picture which has excellent black depth and contrast. The CRT technology is also easy to set up and unlike some of the models of plasma and LCD televisions is suited to a variety of light sources with minimal negative effect on the picture quality.
Apart from the advantages of purchasing a CRT TV there are some areas where this technology is lagging behind the new plasma and LCD televisions. The first of these is the screen size which is limited as the tubes in the CRT TVs become more expensive the larger the tubes needed. Many CRT TVs have small to medium size screens as a result of this where as the plasma and LCD technologies don’t have this restriction. The other disadvantage of the CRT TVs is the amount of space they occupy due to the need for the TV to be quite wide. Many people prefer the modern look of a slim widescreen television which, at approximately 10 com thickness can be mounted on the wall or located in a room with limited space.Read More
When it comes to buying a widescreen television bigger is not always better. The size of the widescreen TV is important as it is possible to have a television that is far too big for a room. There are a number of considerations that need to be followed to ensure that the TV you are looking to buy will be the right size for the room. The size of the TV is important as it needs to fit in the room in such a way that it is comfortable to watch. Having a TV that is too large or a room that is small and you have to sit close to the television creates some problems so as with other pieces of furniture the size and position of the TV needs to be measured and the best size will depend on the conditions of the surrounds.
Before heading out to the store it is a good idea to first measure the space which you have set aside for the TV. When measuring remember to leave room for other electrical equipment and ensure that you have space around the TV as well. If you are replacing an old television with a new one, measuring the screen size of this TV can help in deciding what size the new television should be.
Another consideration when deciding on the size of the TV for the room is the weight of the new television. Plasma and LCD widescreen TVs are quite heavy so you will need to consider how much weight your TV stand can accommodate or how much weight a wall bracket can hold.
When considering the distance between the viewing area and the television screen it is important to measure the distance in the room. The rule of thumb when it comes to best viewing distance from the screen is two to three times the diagonal length of the TV screen. This is important as sitting too close to the screen will give you a less than optimal viewing experience as will sitting too far away from the screen. Measure the distance from the viewing area to where the TV will be positioned as this will give you a very accurate measure of what size TV you should get. Remember that the smaller the viewing distance the smaller the television and you hopefully won’t go wrong when you make your purchase.Read More