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This new 3D Premiere Series Full HD 3D plasma display — the TH-103VX200, maintains the Panasonic plasma essentials shared by our VX100 Premiere Series — superior image quality and world-class support — while adding some additional enhancements such as ultra-high-speed drive technology and newly developed short-decay-time phosphors and high-precision Motion Vector Prediction to dramatically reduce the double image that adversely affects 3D image quality. They work together to fill large screens with the ultimate in powerful, lifelike images.

8,192 equivalent steps of gradation boost detailed expression, making it possible to display FULL HD 3D images while also translating to a remarkably high-level of performance when displaying 2D images as well. The color expression that is achieved by 8,192 equivalent steps of gradation, and the smoothness with which it renders intermediate colors, combine to create tonal nuances that have never before been possible.





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Color: Black (Aluminum Hairline Finish)
Screen Size: 103" Class
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Display Type: Full High Definition Plasma Display
Effective Display Area (W x H): 89.3" x 50.3"
Resolution (H x V): 1,920 x 1,080 pixels
Pixel Pitch (H x V): 1.182 x 1.182 mm
Contrast Ratio: 5,000,000 : 1
Gradation: 8192
Audio Input (L/R): RCA pin jack x 2
Scan Rate: 48Hz/60Hz
Safety Standards: UL60065 7th ed.
Component/RGB Input: BNC x 3
HDMI Input: HDMI x 4: Ver 1.4a (Compatible with Deep Color)
Audio In: M3 jack x 1
PC In: MINI D-SUB 15PIN x1 (Female), Plug & Play (VESA DDC 2B)
LAN: RJ45 10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX, compatible with PJLINK
Serial Input/Output: D-sub 9-pin x 1, External control, RS-232C compatible
Function slot: SLOT 2.0 (Vacant)
Power Requirements: 200-240 V AC
Power Consumption: 1400 W
Power off condition: 0.4 W
Dimensions (W x H x D): 95" x 55.9" x 5.1"
Weight (approx.): approx. 438.7 lbs (199 kg)
Operating Temperature: 32 °F - 104 °F
Operating Humidity: 20% - 80% (Non condensation)
Operating Altitude: 0 to 7,800 feet (0 to 2,400 m)
EMI Regulations: FCC Part 15 Class-B, ICES-003, NOM approval
Included Accessories: AC power cord, operating instruction book, remote control transmitter, batteries



I ship anywhere within the lower 48 free of charge, it will cost extra to ship overseas or Alaska and Hawaii. Also I have the extremely rare 152 inch plasmas that can also be ordered
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I've installed two of these a couple of years ago and they are very HEAVY!! They require a lot of reinforcements on the studs to dissipate the weight. For a commercial setup, it wasn't too bad. I didn't get to check it out with movies and such. I also did a 152", but had to happily farm the labor out to Panasonic's special White Glove team since it was part of the purchase. I envy anyone who puts this or the 152" in their home theater.

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Anyone interested? Or know another place I could sell this one
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WHATIS THE PRICE FOR 3D 103"
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