Panasonic TC-P50C2 Television Review-Nothing Spectacular

September 23, in Panasonic

I know, I know, you’re probably all a little freaked out following yesterday’s romp featuring the first plasma television so far that was over a thousand bucks.  So I’m going to bring us all back down to earth with another in a line of sub-thousand dollar plasma televisions, the Panasonic TC-P50C2.

The Panasonic TC-P50C2 is a fifty inch 720p plasma television that offers two ten watt speakers with surround sound, an SD card slot, two HDMI inputs, two composite inputs, one digital audio output, two component video inputs, Viera Image Viewer for your photos, Viera Link to control multiple devices from your television remote, x.v. Color, Deep Color, and Viera Tools.

It’s a fairly simple system, but it does look fairly decent (or about as good as 720p ever gets, anyway), and the sound quality is likewise decent given the handicap of ten watt speakers with minimal augmentation. It’s fairly simple to operate, too, and a pretty decent overall system.

Decent…it really is the best word to describe the Panasonic TC-P50C2.  And doubly so when you consider Amazon wants $664.78 for this. It doesn’t do anything spectacularly well, but neither does it fall down on the job, either.

So if you’re looking for a fairly decent plasma television, you’ll want a look at the Panasonic TC-P50C2.

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