Plasma TV Gets More Colorful

The only 1080p TV in Panasonic’s lineup, the 65in. TH-65PX600 plasma boasts 29 billion colors. That’s up from 8.6 billion on the previous generation of Panasonic plasma displays.
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Plasma TV Gets More Colorful

Jul 5, 2006 8:00 AM

The only 1080p TV in Panasonic’s lineup, the 65in. TH-65PX600 plasma boasts 29 billion colors. That’s up from 8.6 billion on the previous generation of Panasonic plasma displays. Contrast ratio is given as 10,000:1, compared with 3000:1 on last year’s models. Extras include CableCard, TV Guide On Screen, a PC input, and an SD memory card slot for viewing digital images, which can be shown in full multi-megapixel resolution on the 1920x1080p screen. HDMI inputs feature Panasonic’s EZ-Synch Control function for single-run connections to compatible AV devices including camcorders and Panasonic’s Blu-ray disc player. NTSC/ATSC/QAM tuners are built in.

For more information, visit www.panasonic.com.

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