Plasma TV

Samsung PN50C550G1F Television Review-Great With The Right Gear

Ah, Samsung plasma televisions…I’ve seen a great many of them, and most of them do a pretty nice job.  Sometimes they’re a bit overpriced and sometimes they don’t perform as well as I’d like, but I’ve got plenty of reason to be happy about the Samsung PN50C550G1F plasma television. read more…

Worlds largest curved screen comes to Japanese airport

I don’t know if there is any use for a curved plasma screen in the home theater, but this curved plasma screen is the largest in the world.

It measures 200 inches, and it can be found in Japan’s Kansai International Airport Departure Area. read more…

Samsung PN58C550G1F Television Review-Great For Newer Systems

We’ve tackled a lot of gigantic plasma televisions in the last few weeks, and today’s review target is another such massive plasma television.  Today we’re taking on the Samsung PN58C550G1F, a television that may look good, but doesn’t pack the kind of value that’d make it worth the price. read more…

Samsung PN58B550T2 Television Review-Amazing Plasma

It’s always a strange set of circumstances when I tackle a Samsung–I’m never sure what to think going in.  So when I took a look at the Samsung PN58B550T2, I was once again terribly surprised by all the strange things they did here. read more…

Samsung PN42C450B1D Television Review-Lesser Entry Level Plasma

So we just talked about an entry-level Panasonic plasma, but here’s another option for you, if you’re looking to get started in plasma.  About a month or so ago, we introduced the Samsung PN42C450B1D, and now I’m tackling it for you today. read more…

Samsung PN50C450B1D Television Review-Bargain Basement Plasma

Samsung has often done a lot of things to both impress and horrify me, and sometimes they even manage to do both with just one item.  And that’s what they’ll do today when I talk about the Samsung PN50C450B1D. read more…

Mitsubishi to release new TVs in Japan

Mitsubishi has recently presented new TVs that will soon be released in the Japanese market. At this moment we don’t have the exact name or codename of the TVs but we do know that there are 3 different models and the screen size can go from 26-inches to 32-inches. read more…

Samsung Hybrid PDP TVs

Samsung has recently announced a new set of Hybrid PDP – Plasma – TVs codenamed PN50C550G1F, PN42C430A1D and PN50C430A1D.

The new Samsung Plasma TVs feature the latest E-panel technology which is able to reduce the off-angle blur, and also comes with a FilterBright antiglare technology to reduce the reflection and glare made by the ambient light. read more…

Samsung PN42B450B1D Television Review-A Big Surprise

It’s not every day that I can say precious little but kind things about a Samsung–we’ve had more than our share of troubles in the past.  But this time I’ve got a pretty good experience to report around my time with the Samsung PN42B450B1D. read more…

Samsung PN50B860 Television Review-You Pay For What You Get

Samsung has offered up a lot of different models in their product line, and for the most part they’ve been good overall, with some exceptions in both directions.  But nine times out of ten, you’re not going to go too far wrong if you buy one. read more…

Insignia NSP501Q10A Television Review-Good Value

I haven’t yet had the opportunity to come into contact with very many Insignia plasma televisions, so the chance to take a look at the Insignia NSP501Q10A was a great opportunity indeed.

The Insignia NSP501Q10A is a fifty inch 1080p plasma television with a 3D y/c digital comb filter, two ten watt speakers with SRS TruSurround,  two HDMI inputs, one composite input, two component inputs, one RF input and one digital audio output. read more…

Panasonic TCP65S1 Television Review-Pricey Goodness

It is hard to imagine just how fifteen extra inches of space on a television can make it cost twenty five hundred bucks more than a smaller model, but that’s the case with today’s review target, the Panasonic TCP65S1. read more…

Panasonic TCP50X1 Television Review-A Bit of a Disappointment

Generally, plasma televisions have a little edge in the marketplace over LCD televisions.  They look a little better, on average, they sound a little better, and naturally, they cost a little more.  The Panasonic TCP50X1 falls into that category nicely, in every respect. read more…

Samsung PN50B550 Television Review-Only The Usual Problem

I have to admit, it gets a little monotonous talking about Samsung televisions sometimes.  There isn’t a whole lot of variance in between the different kinds.  Usually the picture is at least good, the sound is at least good, and the horrible control scheme I’ve grown to hate. read more…

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