Iâ€™ve been telling you about Plasma televisions and how hot they are for a while now. But I have to say, it bears repeating. Enter the Panasonic TH-50PX600U Plasma High Definition TV. This is a professional grade plasma television; which means the response times, aspect ratios, and several other features make this television right at home in a video production studio. But for the price that TigerDirect.com is offering it, you could have it in your home as well.
This television has an astoundingly high 10,000:1 contrast ratio. Comparison example: itâ€™s not uncommon to find LCD and Plasma televisions with 1,000:1 to 5,000:1 ratios, and LCD monitors with even less than that. 10,000:1 means you will have the best picture quality when viewing HD TV available, period. The resolution on this television is 1366×768, with a native resolution signal rating of 720p. This means that you can display any SD or HD television signal all the way to 1080i. Itâ€™s true; there are televisions out there (Only a very few of them Plasma screens) that achieve 1080p native resolution. But even those televisions rarely have a contrast ratio this high. Again, this Television is professional gradeâ€”itâ€™s intended to look good, not satisfy spec heads.
Oh, and itâ€™s quite large, too. 50-Inches Diagonal of viewable screen, in a true 16:9 aspect ratio. This translates roughly into massive movies in widescreen format. If youâ€™ve got a 5.1 surround sound system in your home, then mate it with this baby and youâ€™ll never get off the couch again. And the screen is capable of producing 29 million colors. Plasma televisions have light producing cells behind each color filterâ€”they arenâ€™t backlit. Itâ€™s important to mention that because this is a plasma screen, blacks are really black: not just the darkest gray their pixel mirror or diode can display. This makes for INCREDIBLE cinematic viewing experiences.
The professional grade Plasma Television moniker must rub off on the back of the flat panel display as well, because this HD TV has the settings, connections, and component space for a king-sized home theater. Thereâ€™s even a VGA port, so you could use this set as your computer monitor. I knowâ€”it makes your hands shake a little, doesnâ€™t it? Take a look at TigerTV host Loganâ€™s video review of the Panasonic TH-50PX600U Plasma High Definition TV. Iâ€™ll guarantee youâ€™ll want one. And since the price is currently slashed, youâ€™ll be able to afford it!