A big and impressive plasma television comes your way today, folks, and for not near the amount of money you might think you’ll have to pay for it. Today we’re looking at the Panasonic Viera TC-P50GT25, and you’ll be glad we took the look at it.
The Panasonic Viera TC-P50GT25 is a fifty inch 1080p plasma television that offers 3D capability once you get all the right components together, the Infinite Black Panel for better black coloring, Viera Cast for internet connectivity and access to a whole lot of different content sources, THX Certification, Viera Image Viewer and Viera Link, x.v.Color, game mode, two ten watt speakers backed up with surround sound capability, three HDMI inputs, two composite inputs, two audio inputs, a PC input, two component inputs, one digital audio output, two USB ports, and an ethernet port.
Any time you get that THX certification, you know you’re dealing with something extra special. They don’t just hand it out like candy, and so you can be assured that you’re talking about a top notch television. I’m not inclined to disagree with THX certification, so the quality issue is quite well served.
I’ve seen this one available for as little as twelve hundred sixty five dollars, and frankly, that’s a good price. That’s almost an unsettlingly good price, in all honesty, especially considering what all you get.
If you’re looking for a big new part of your home theater system, and you don’t mind shelling out for it big time, then the Panasonic Viera TC-P50GT25 is a great way to go.