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Panasonic DMR-XP300 and XE100 DVD and HDD Recorders

Panasonic has released a couple of DVD and HDD recorders carrying practically similar specs. The two new models are the Panasonic DMR-XP200 and XE100. The XE100 feature a 320GB HDD and digital TV tuner while the XP200 boasts of a 500GB HDD, an analog and digital TV tuner along with a BS/110 CD digital tuner. read more…

Panasonic TCP54S1 Television Review-Excellent Overall

I’m generally very fond of the Panasonic lineup as they’re not only an excellent system overall most times, but they’re also very intuitive to learn without even consulting a manual. read more…

PANASONIC SC-BTX70 Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System

Panasonic has announced its first ever 2.1 channel Blu-ray Disc home theater system, the SC-BTX70. Designed with a chic, upright silhouette makes the system an ideal match for a flat panel TV. The innovative design of the system integrates an array of digital media options in its ultra slim main unit. read more…

Panasonic TCP42C1 Plasma TV Review-Horrifying

I was prepared to start this review somewhat sedately, describing a TV that wasn’t half bad but had some problems.  But then I caught up to one last detail that made my jaw drop in horrified alarm. read more…

Panasonic intros 85-inch plasma HDTV, doesnt come cheap

We’ve all seen Panasonic’s 103-inch HDTV but its $45,000+ price tag made it hard to justify for just about everyone. Well, if you can’t seem to pony up an extra $15,000 for a TV (ha) then you can opt for Panasonic’s recently announced 85-inch plasma HDTV which clocks in at $30,000. read more…

Panasonic Viera TC-L32C12 Review-Almost Great

Panasonic generally offers a solid lineup of televisions, and for the most part, the Panasonic Viera TC-L32C12 will be another solid LCD item in that lineup.  For the most part.

It’s not that it doesn’t come with enough accessories and such; it’s a 32″ LCD TV, with a 720p image, one PC input, two HDMI inputs, and the Viera Link system that allows it to link to other Viera products. read more…

Panasonic PT50LC13 Projector Replacement Lamp

For the people who want to follow a more manageable cost of maintaining their projectors, here is one made for the Panasonic projector owners. The Panasonic PT50LC13 Projector Replacement Lamp is an original replacement lamp that is practically brand new. read more…

Panasonic details, prices in-dash nav/Blu-ray player bundle

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Normally, when you’re on the road, you generally have to curb your HD cravings and deal with low resolution viewing due to the normal nature of current in-car TV options. Luckily, Panasonic has recently announced their in-dash HD nav system & Blu-ray player combo to eliminate the need to lower your resolution while on long car trips. read more…

Panasonic Viera TCL32X1 Review-Nothing Spectacular

As the LCD television market grows, whether or not revenues grow with it, there will always be a class of LCD TV that’s nothing really special–it’s merely there.  And the Panasonic Viera TCL32X1 is a perfect example of one such system. read more…

Panasonic Viera TX-P54Z1E Plasma Hits the UK

The Panasonic Z1 Plasma series offers a wide array of features that show some promise. As far as the Panasonic Viera TX-P54Z1E is concerned, it transmits 1080p HD signals from its tuner box and can able transmit Amazon video-on-demand services. read more…

Panasonic Viera TH-P65V1 and TH-P58V1 NeoPDP Plasma HDTVs

Panasonic Japan has announced a new pair of plasma HDTVs, the 65-inch TH-P65V1 and 58-inch TH-P58V1. Aimed at improving the picture quality and energy savings, each of the HDTVs features the latest generation neoPDP technology with a contract ration of 40000:1. read more…

Amazon Video on Demand comes to Panasonic Blu-ray players

Today is the day that Panasonic will officially allow their 2009 Blu-ray players to access content featured on Amazon’s Video on Demand service.

This feature will be enabled via a firmware update for Blu-ray players such as the DMP-BD60, DMP-BD70V, DMP-BD80 and DMP-B15. read more…

Panasonic debuts HDMI 1.4 cables in Japan

HDMI 1.4 has yet to find its way into a wide array of devices but regardless, Panasonic has gone ahead and announced that they will begin offering cables in Japan next month.

These HDMI 1.4 cables will reportedly drop on August 27th and will range from 1-10 meters with prices of $42 – $210. read more…

Panasonic showcases DMR-BW970 Blu-ray DVR

We just showed you their forthcoming HDMI 1.4 cables and now Panasonic is ready to debut their DMR-BW970 Blu-ray DVR.

This device will do exactly what you’d expect, allow you to rip Blu-rays and store them in its onboard storage. read more…

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