Panasonic TC-P46X3 Plasma Television Review-Decent Piece of Plasma Hardware

We’ve seen quite a few high-quality Panasonic plasma televisions in our day, and today we’ve got another Panasonic to talk about, specifically, the Panasonic Viera TC-P46X3. Will this one prove to rank among the best Panasonic has to offer? Let’s take a look with a new plasma television review.

The Panasonic Viera TC-P46X3 is a forty six inch 720p plasma television that offers up the 600 Hz Sub-field drive to keep the blurring to a minimum, the Viera Image Viewer and a matching SD card slot to let you check out your photos and videos, Viera Tools to give you a better idea of how everything works, wi-fi connectivity, two ten watt speakers with surround sound capability, two HDMI inputs, one component output, one composite output, two USB ports, an Ethernet jack and a digital audio output.

I’ve always loved it when a television handles everything, and though the Panasonic Viera TC-P46X3 won’t be quite as capable as some, it will still do a fair job of handling most of your available functions. The picture is pretty nice for 720p, and the audio is at least fair, what with sketchily augmented speakers kicking in the sound. Your older gear will take something of a hit here, and you’re not going to have much room for your current gear either, so this is better used as a purely visual platform alongside a good sized receiver to cover your audio gear and peripherals.

Now here’s the kicker–out at Amazon, you can get your hands on one of these for $699.95 out at Amazon, and that’s really not a terrible price at all.

So if you want a nice new plasma television that’s fairly big and loads of fun, then you’ll be in for a treat with the release of the Panasonic Viera TC-P46X3.