Samsung PN50C590 Plasma Television Review-A Substantial Value

March 25, in Plasma TV

Well folks, it’s Friday, and that means it’s time to finish off our week of plasma televisions with not only a substantial television, but a substantial value as well. Today we’re looking at the Samsung PN50C590, and I think you’ll be pretty happy about what all you’ll be getting in this package.

The Samsung PN50C590 is a fifty inch 1080p plasma television that offers ConnectShare Movie to let you play directly from a camera or a USB drive, E3-Panel technology for better picture quality, Samsung’s Cinema Smooth mode to reduce blurring, four HDMI inputs, two composite inputs, one PC input, two USB ports, two component inputs, an RF input, and an Ethernet jack.

And with those last four words, “and an Ethernet jack”, I had a pretty good idea of how to talk about this one. I love it when a television isn’t just good today, but rather good in every direction of time. This one will handle your older gear, well, handily, but also takes care of your more up to date gear, and is even prepared for the future in which streaming television takes over for physical media (a fate I’m reasonably sure will come to pass before too much longer). It’s good to have a television that’s ready for anything, and the Samsung PN50C590 will certainly qualify there. The picture and sound quality are both solidly there, and you should be pretty happy thanks to the added versatility of the system.

Here’s the good news–this is now a sub thousand dollar television set, as the folks out at Amazon want just nine hundred seventy seven bucks for it. That’s a markdown of thirty percent off retail, so if you’re considering a new television, now might be a good time.

Really, though, check out the Samsung PN50C590 for yourself. You’ll likely be pleased with what you find, and your wallet will thank you for not putting it through too much of a workout either.

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