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I am new to this forum, but have been looking through and all the information is fantastic. I am by no means an expert or technically savvy, but if I am spending a few thousand dollars on a television, I want to be getting something good.

I think that I want to ge the panasonic 50-6UY, but hav a few concerns. Is there the ability to capacity to display 720p through component or is it only through the pc input? Also, what are some good tuners/dvd players to get that would be simple to reproduce great pictures with (should i just use the cable tuner from comcast)? Thanks to everyone for all of the information.
 

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I think that I want to ge the panasonic 50-6UY, but hav a few concerns. Is there the ability to capacity to display 720p through component or is it only through the pc input?


All Panasonic Commercial displays accept 720p through component.
 

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Thanks for the info,


Would it be more worthshile to display the video through the component input, or get the DVI cable/adapter and use that?
 

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There's nothing wrong with component. I'm using my 50PHD6UY via component for both DVD and HDTV and I have no complaints.


DVI provides some PQ benefits over component, but until DVI DVD players are more commonplace, I'm sticking with my component setup.


-Lance
 

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Thanks for the info,


Would it be more worthshile to display the video through the component input, or get the DVI cable/adapter and use that?
drhp,


DVI is optional on Panasonic Commercial Plasmas.


You'll need to buy the TY-42TM6D DVI Card and install on the free slot 1.


Before getting DVI read this thread about some issues with it:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...hreadid=320429
 
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