Panasonic Viera TCP46G25 Plasma Television Review-A Good Solid System

February 22, in Panasonic

Today we’ve got something pretty nice in the plasma television lineup, a little shot of fine plasma from Panasonic–we’re looking at the Panasonic Viera TCP46G25, and you should be pretty pleased with this when you get a look at it.

The Panasonic Viera TCP46G25 is a forty six inch 1080p plasma television that offers Viera Cast for streaming content (which in turn gives you access to a lot of streaming services, but here you’ll get access to Skype too, if you use a webcam with it), Viera Link to control your Panasonic devices, a game mode to reduce blurring, THX Certification, two ten watt speakers with surround sound augmentation, three HDMI ports, two component inputs, two composite inputs, an ethernet port, two USB ports, a PC input, and a digital audio output.

This one has a terrific picture, in no uncertain terms (that 1080p really looks nice) and the sound isn’t as great, but still pretty nice with its marginally augmented ten watt speakers. It plays almost as well with old gear as new, though the lack of an S-video port was something of an unwelcome surprise. However, the presence of streaming capability is a welcome one that ensures this will get extra life when we start looking at the next format war.

Considering you can net one of these for the oddly specific price of $949.98 out at Amazon, it’s a pretty good buy for a fairly large plasma screen.

The Panasonic Viera TCP46G25 won’t be perfect–far from it!–but will still be a welcome addition to a home theater setup.

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