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Buy Panasonic Smart Viera 42" Class UT50 Series Full HD 3D Plasma HDTV featuring Your TV's wide connectivity also includes 2 HDMI inputs as well as  Missing: TH-. Panasonic Full HD RF 3D Glasses - Active RF = Bluetooth - VIERA TVs - TY-ER3D4ME & TY-ER3D4SE. my owners na po ba ng PANASONIC VIERA TH-P42UT50 dito? The blacks your tv is able to reproduce tells us exactly what we're dealing.

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Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV Driver

Oct 31, at The reason for my late post was to get it set up, running misc content, and get it calibrated.

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So I'll be giving you a review of my 42UT50 based on the limited time I've had with it thus far. As I mentioned earlier.

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I planned on ordering both the 42 and 55UT50 but I decided to Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV off on the 55" until I at least got the 42" for the bedroom to see how it met my standards which are high. First off I want to get this outta the way What a tv this is. So to say I'm accustomed to jet blacks, near perfect color accuracy, fluid motion, and a tv able to handle any content pal, Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV, sd, hd, etc with ease is an understatement.

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There is no one area that my Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV outperforms the 42UT Let me repeat that I'll break this review down in segments hoping not to leave anything off. Blacks- Obviously we all know contrast ratio is the most important aspect of picture quality, rivaling color and resolution itself.

The blacks your tv is able to reproduce tells us exactly what we're Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV with. I was expecting the worse here from my previous experience with Panasonic plasmas, and in general every other tv that didn't bare the logo "Kuro" or "Pioneer" on it. I will ignore local dimming LCDs due to the fact that their pixels shut off and to me it's not a proper measurement. Black crush, blooming, etc not in the same league.

I had a 42ST30 for a short time before returning it last year. It was a long shot from my Kuro to the point blacks looked grey with this demo disc, and nearly every Blu-ray movie I tried on it.

Even calibrated I wasn't satisfied with the color either, but I'll cover that later. The blacks on this tv will satisfy anyone.

The scene in particular with objects and fish swimming in an all-black environment had my jaw dropped. In Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV man cave in which I do all my critical viewing in the dark you could see nothing but the fish or object on screen. The bezel of the tv, along with the walls and room itself vanished.


I could barely make out the black on the tv. In fact it at Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV it had more pop than my Kuro due to a brighter picture. I tested this with some of my favorite movies with dark scenes including The Thing, Sin City, and Batman and not once did I pay attention to the anamorphic black bars.

Outside of the Kuro there is no other tv that impressed me like this. Even with last year's top of the line sets I found myself distracted by the greyish bars to the point I couldn't enjoy dark films. It was certainly not the case here. Anamorphic Black Bars- Not including LCDs with local dimming, this is the only other tv other than the Kuro with black bars vanishing Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV all but extreme dark scenes.

When the screen goes black then yeah you can see a slight glow. The only difference is with any content present and I give the nod to the UT50 due to more brightness and pop not lcd fake pop but overall natural pop. During the first couple minutes of Panasonic Viera TH-P42UT50Z TV City I sorta noticed the bars like any other quality plasma Kuro but for the rest of the film it vanished once your eyes get used to seeing that much dark.

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I sound like a broken record here but I don't know how to describe it other than being very Kuroish.

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