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Panasonic Viera TC-P55ST50 3D Plasma HDTV Review

Panasonics 2012 plasmas are beginning to hit store shelves. The line includes six series: (from top to bottom) the VT, GT, ST, UT, U, and XT Series. In the middle of the pack is the ST Series, which includes screen sizes of 50, 55, 60, and 65 inches. The ST Series lacks the THX certification found in the higher-end GT and VT models, and a few technological differences exist that I will highlight throughout this review.

What you do get with the ST Series is the latest Infinite Black Pro panel with the new Louver filter, 2500 Focused Field Drive technology to improve motion resolution, built-in WiFi, VIERA CONNECT, DLNA media streaming, and 3D Real Sound with the new 8-Train speaker panel. The 55-inch TC-P55ST50 carries an MSRP of $1,699.99.

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1 Comment

  1. Parker says:

    I recently picked up this Viera, and love it! It has the sharpest, clearest picture I’ve ever seen on a TV. I already had three HD sets in the house, and then last month through my job at Dish, I picked up a Hopper. The Hopper gives me DVR and HD to four different TVs. This has been awesome, as my in-laws have just moved in, and thanks to the addition of the Viera to the household and the abilities of the Hopper, everyone will be able to watch their shows in HD, and no one will have to miss a show because of a DVR timer conflict.

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