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  1. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
     New here at AVS - looks like a great place.   Still viewing on an aging 27" CRT (it has a 16:9 mode, but it makes for kind of a small picture). Always seated about 6-8.5 ft away. Mostly OTA viewer, with, seems to me, a pretty good PQ with any STB ever used - whether composite or component...
  2. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
     Has anyone with Calman 5 calibrated settings for the Panasonic 42 GT 60 ?   thank you 
  3. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    I am looking for something between 40" and 46". I read the scientifics for the Samsung . Has anyone seen and calibrated the LG and the Samsung? Which one produces deeper blacks, brighter whites, and richer colors? The Panasonic TC-P42X60 720p plasma's scientifics weren't as good as the...
  4. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    I'm just trying to make a final decision as to whether I should get the 42" or 50" Panasonic X60B 720P (actual 1024x768) Plasma for my living room, where the viewing distance will be about 7.5ft. I know that strictly speaking, that's a bit close and some reviews suggest 9ft would be more...
  5. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
     Anyone have an X60 and satisfied with it?
  6. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
     Hello Guys:   I have a 42" 720p Plasma Model TC-P42X3 purchased back in July 2011, TV is manufactured in March 2011. TV is working perfectly.  It has 2488 hours of operation.  I really cannot stand LED picture quality and I do not care about 1080p for watching videos/tv.  So not sure if OLED...
  7. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    These are the 2 finalists for my daughter's TV. Which one do you guys recommend? Thanks for any advice.
  8. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    Hello everyone! This is my very first thread on this site so please bare with me if I seem like a noob =-) I need advice on if I should get this plasma tv... It's a 42inch panasonic plasma tv...
  9. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    I originally made a firm decision to go for the Panasonic TC-P42S60 1080p display, but to my, and I'm sure to your, disappointment, even though it was released in the spring of this year (2013), it turns out that it really is discontinued. From what I understand, plasma even at only 720p is...
  10. General Home Theater & Media/Game Rooms
    I need the educated advice and insight of the member's here to determine which of these 2 panels is guaranteed to give me the best viewing experience. This TV will be solely dedicated to Blu-Ray, upscaled DVDs, and non-HD video content on my USB thumb drive. The room that I will be installing...
  11. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    These are at BB at $379 and $399 respectively. I need something for a dimly lit bedroom. I'm biased to the Samsung for the following reasons; $20 less no glowing red power light one inch bigger screen ...but as an ex-Pioneer employee from the Kuro era I have a fetish for black level. In...
  12. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    The 42X60 is Panasonic's least expensive 2013 model plasma. Sporting a native panel resolution of 1024 x 768, the X60 can accept sources outputting up to 1080P resolution. Measurements and a quick visual test were made for the various unmodified picture modes. Standard mode: Somewhat dim...
  13. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    Owners of the new 2013 series LG 50PN6500 / 60PN6500, please post your comments, reviews and calibration settings... I am helping my parents getting a new HDTV in the next coming weeks and I am leaning towards a 50PN6500 solely based on the price range budget and acclaimed reviews of last...
  14. Plasma Flat Panel Displays
    This is initially going to be a loosely organized work in progress, but i'm going to try to keep the first few posts updated with current information about the new 2013 lineup. Edit - Panasonic has reduced most of their initial MSRP prices before the TVs are to be released....... TC-P42X60...
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