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Panasonic Viera TC-P65ST30 Plasma Television Review-Huge 3D Hardware

Today we’ve got another fine Panasonic on tap for you today, a massive beauty that goes by the name of the Panasonic Viera TC-P65ST30. Longtime readers may well already know what’s in store from the just from the name alone, but when you find out exactly what’s waiting, well…then you’ll likely be impressed. read more…

LG 50PW350 Plasma Television Review-A Strange Package

After yesterday’s rabbit punch in your wallet introduced you to something in the two grand range, let’s take a step back and give you a nice break with the LG 50PW350, a plasma television that will still pack some value, and do it in the three figure range. read more…

Samsung PN51D8000 Plasma Television Review-A Bit Overpriced But Still Plenty Nice

This week we’re going to go in on a set of plasma televisions, and they’ll run the gamut from the pricey to the budget-friendly, with all sorts of features and capabilities in between. Some will be better than others, and one of the best in the set will come from the Samsung PN51D8000. read more…

Samsung PN50C590 Plasma Television Review-A Substantial Value

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. read more…

Samsung PN59D550 Plasma Television Review-Good Quality Piece

Today we’ve got a little dose of 3D in the plasma department for you as we take a look at the Samsung PN59D550, a television that might be a little pricey, but should still put on a great show. Assuming, of course, your wallet can handle it. read more…

LG 60PV450 Plasma Television Review-Tell The Budget Where To Get Off

We were fiscally responsible yesterday, folks, offering up a good budget Samsung, but today we will respond to our budget with the bird as we take a look at the LG 60PV450, a hefty, substantial plasma television with plenty to like about it. read more…

Samsung PN42C430 Plasma Television Review-Terrific Plasma On A Budget

This week we venture into the plasma TV trenches to see what exciting products we can find in this intermediary technology. We kick things off with the Samsung PN42C430, a television with some troubles but plenty to like about it. read more…

59-inch Samsung PN59D550 1080p 3D Plasma TV Now Available on Amazon for $1727

As time goes on there has been an increasing amount of content producers making the shift towards 3D. Luckily, the hardware manufacturers have managed to keep up releasing a whole slew of different 3D displays including televisions and projectors. read more…

Panasonic TCP54G25 Plasma Television Review-Full of Utility

And now, we end a week of reviews with a look at another fine entrant in the Panasonic lineup. And what we’re closing out the week with is a look at the Panasonic TCP54G25.

The Panasonic TCP54G25 is a fifty four inch 1080p plasma television that offers Viera Cast systems for streaming access (including Skype, if you use an optional webcam attachment), 600 Hz subfield drive and a game mode for reduced blurring in fast motion settings, the Viera image viewer to look at pics off SD cards (not to mention take advantage of the SD card slot included in the set), THX certification, Viera Link to help control other Panasonic devices from one remote, two ten watt speakers with surround sound, three HDMI ports, two component inputs, two composite inputs, an ethernet jack, two USB ports, a PC input and digital audio output. read more…

Samsung PN50C680 Plasma Television Review-Fantastic All Around

It’s back to the Samsung pile to get us today’s dose of plasma fun, and we’ve got another great one in the form of the Samsung PN50C680. We’ve had a lot of good Samsungs, and thankfully, this one will match up. read more…

LG 60PZ550 Plasma Television Review-Impressive But Expensive

We’ve got something a bit unusual for you today, folks: it’s a little dose of LG plasma television in the form of the LG 60PZ550, a surprisingly potent plasma television.

The LG 60PZ550 is a sixty inch 1080p plasma television that offers 3D capability (when you add on the extra necessary components) as well as 2D to 3D conversion, the Dual XD engine, two ten watt speakers, 600 Hz sub field, the TruSlim frame for improved aesthetics, four HDMI ports, an optical audio output, a PC audio port, an Ethernet port, two component video ports, and two USB ports. read more…

Panasonic Viera TCP46G25 Plasma Television Review-A Good Solid System

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. read more…

Samsung PN50C450 Plasma Television Review-Mix of Fair and Foul

We’re going back into plasma televisions this week, because there are still plenty of models out there vying for your oh-so-valuable home theater dollars, and as such, we’ve got to do our best to help you figure out what’s already on hand. read more…

LG PW350 Plasma 3DTVs Now Shipping in 42- and 50-Inch Variants

LG has just come forth to let us know that their PW350 line up of 3D plasma TVs are now shipping in both 42- and 50-inch variants. Both televisions feature active-shutter 3D technology, 2D to 3D conversion, a 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio, a TruSlim frame, 600Hz sub-field driving and LG’s Smart Energy Saving technology alongside, quite obviously, a full 1080p HD resolution. read more…

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