Twelve THOUSAND dollars for a plasma TV? Man, it had better be good for that kind of loot, and the good news is, yes, indeed, this sucker’s worth it.
Today we’re talking the Panasonic Premiere line, and twelve grand is just the starting price. The fifty inch version runs you twelve, the sixty five, meanwhile, costs a cool twenty grand.
And what do you get for this singularly monster investment? Check THIS out:
The panels deliver full HD 1080p (1,920 x 1,080) resolution and a 60,000:1 contrast ratio, as well as “industry-leading” colour gradation level of 7,160 steps.
“Panasonic’s 18-bit digital signal processing produces a detailed graduation from light to dark, with faithful expression of subtle colour differences. The moving picture resolution of over 900 lines reproduces clear, crisp and smooth images for impeccable reproduction of fast-moving scenes.”
Calibrating these TVs takes FOUR HOURS, and requires specially trained installation personnel who are probably so poorly paid that they’ll never be able to afford one of these, but still. If you want the absolutely top of the line in plasma TV technology on your side, then this is your weapon of choice.