Questions And Answers On Panasonic Tv Reviews

Helena asks…

What is the best value for your money when purchasing a Plasma TV?

My husband and I are looking for a Plasma TV. We’ve been saving for sometime now, and wondering if you have suggestions for an off brand name, or are the big brand names the best bet?

admin answers:

You seriously can’t go wrong with PIONEER plasmas! They are the best on the market, with fantastic picture quality and great black levels (whilst still maintaining brightness), but they are a little pricey! Always gets best reviews, etc.

My next suggestion would be PANASONIC (Biggest plasma seller on the planet, and reliable) or SAMSUNG (Biggest electronic company on the planet, and make a great value for money panel)

Side by side, the quality of picture in these 2 look very similar, but Samsung is generally slightly cheaper.

I believe both TV technoligies (LCD / Plasma)are very good, just different. But the Plasma will give you a more natural look, faster processor for movement, and depth in picture!
Great for sports and DVDs.
Only downside, is they are lower resolution (only notice close up), and reflect more.

Hope this helps and all the best!

Susan asks…

What brand of LCD TV would work best as a computer monitor?

Gonna be building a brand new computer almost specifically for gaming and want to know if anyone has any input with experiences on different TVs. The computer I am currently using is hooked up to a 26″ vizio and while its okay I’m looking to go to something in the 40″ range since im getting the new comp. Would really appreciate some suggestions and certain specifications that are a must have for this new TV. Thank you in advance!

admin answers:

Plasma is the only way to go for gaming. Get a 42″ 1080p Plasma by Panasonic, its the smallest they make, with a 15.8 GBps or greater transfer rate HDMI cable. Panasonic bought Pioneer’s panel technology when they went out of business. Plasmas don’t have that screen burn issue any more either. Plasmas have 0.00001ms or something like that pixel response, and true 600hz refresh rate. (600 pictures per second). Remember, your taking 1,920 pixels by 1,080 pixels and putting them on a screen, the bigger the screen, the bigger the pixels are getting. Stretching the picture, thus giving you a fuzzier image. The rumors that its all about viewing distance, response 5ms response time tv’s being adequate, that the human eye cannot detect anything past 60 HZ are reviews from retards. I have tested many tv’s, and the differences are HUGE, there is a very noticeable difference between 2ms and 1ms response time monitors. The problem with 240hz and 120hz tv’s is its all picture processing and creates a fair amount of input lag and unnatural movement. LCD’s are terrible for gaming, no matter what the refresh rate or pixel response time and will ALWAYS suffer from motion blur, very noticeable in first person shooter games, the background will get very distorted whenever you move. If you want a small screen, benefit would be a very sharp picture and less money, get a Samsung 2770FH monitor, its a 27″, with a 10.2 GBps transfer rate HDMI cable, and be sure to set the response time setting to fastest. They are a 1ms pixel response time monitor, 60hz which is ps3′s native output refresh rate, and the reason pixel response is important is because the lower the response time, the sharper the picture stays. Get internet that is at least 1 mega byte download speed, and always set whatever screen you get to game mode.

Joseph asks…

What is the best deal for a tv now with a $850 budget?

Which tv would I get the biggest savings on compared with its quality? I want something with good sound, and good picture. I have an 800 dollar budget, but could go up to 900 if it was good enough.

admin answers:

I would recommend a Panasonic 50″ model S2, it is available at Best Buy for $899. Go online to Home Theater Magazine and read the reviews on tvs along with the pro and con of each technology. You will notice that more Panasonic Plasma tv is recommended than any brand in the market today.
Also if you read yahoo questions, you will notice that 95% of tv problems comes from LCD/LED and 95% of those are bargain price tvs. Hope this will help you out.

Don asks…

who is the best company to buy a new flat screen 47 inch tv from?

Just trying to figure out who to buy my new tv from. I always here about people tvs going black after having them for only a few years or so.

admin answers:

Go online to Home Theater Magazine and read the reviews on tvs, along with the pro and con of each technology. You will notice that Panasonic has more Plasma tv being recommended than any type of tv from other manufacturer. They are the most reliable tv in the market today. If you read yahoo questions all the time, you will notice that 95% of tv problems comes from LCD or LED and 95% of those are the bargain price tv. Hope this will help you out.

Jim asks…

What are the best deals on lcd tvs right now?

Okay my old tv just went out so im in the search for a new one. I want an lcd, 120 hz, 1080p, and screen size between 40-47. so does anyone know if there are any good sales going on for one. also wouldn’t mind doing a bundle so i could get a blue ray player.

admin answers:

If you go for ” review ” get pioneer plasma, the world best TV! If you ” depend ” on you own eye, go for Sony or Samsung , Sharp,Panasonic, there make very good for 52 inc full HD LCD TV. The above 4 brand 52 inc, use only own made LCD display panel,class 1 panel,not buy from other ! There all with 40 + year tv technology , from small 14 inc B/W to CRT till LCD.

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