Panasonic TC-P50S2 Television Review-Good Quality Plasma

Another sweet Panasonic Viera to talk about today, folks–we’re getting into the plasma line good and hard these days, because these are a bit higher priced, and thus we’ve all got to be careful before picking one up.  We’re talking about the Panasonic TC-P50S2, and though it costs more than double your typical LCD, it will provide plenty of value as well.

The Panasonic TC-P50S2 is a fifty inch 1080p LCD television that offers an antireflective filter to minimize glare (and unless you’re putting it in a home theater with a windowless room you WILL have to deal with glare in one way or another), both Deep Color and x.v.Color for improved color reproduction, three HDMI inputs, Viera image veiwer, game mode to reduce blurring in high-speed play, two component video inputs, two composite inputs, one audio output, and two ten-watt speakers with simulated surround sound.

As is generally the standard for this sort of setup, the sound is pretty good from those two ten-watt speakers (that’s not SRS TruSurround coming out of there but it still sounds pretty decent), and the picture looks really nice here.  There’s plenty of great features on this, too, with a good consideration for older equipment besides.

And the price is not half bad, for a fifty inch television, at eleven hundred seventy bucks at Best Buy.

So at the end, the Panasonic TC-P50S2 has a lot of value to it, and should perform admirably in most any situation.  So if you’re looking for a good solid plasma television that won’t put you in hock, consider the Panasonic Viera TC-P50S2.