What About The Panasonic TX-P50G20 TV?

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Published: 04th January 2011
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The Panasonic TX-P50G20 TV Reviewed

Panasonic has moved into the "more for your money" market with the TX-P50G20. This TV is one model in this new value priced range. This unit comes with anew technology in plasma that uses much less power than the plasma screens of the past.

One of the biggest concerns with plasma screen televisions is how easily the screen could be damaged. With the new line of Panasonic televisions, like the TX-P50G20 they have addressed this issue with the "tough screen" technology. This screen can withstand slight collisions and not be damaged. This is high technology considering the basic features on this model.

Despite the basic features the Panasonic Viera TX-P50G20 television has an HD TV screen that displays the picture in exacting sharpness. The 1,920 x 1080 pixels let you see the sharpness from across the living room. The ideal viewing distance will be in the television set operation and manual guide.

There seems to be some form of competition between the Sony Corporation and Panasonic for the amount of "Hertz" your screen resolution uses. Sony is currently pushing the "600 Hertz" number. Panasonic has answered that with a new "600 Hertz Intelligent Frame Creation Pro." You must see Panasonic's small print though, it states "sfd" which means "sub field drive." Panasonic is displaying its pixels on the screen in 600 Hertz but the TX-50G20 is actually a 100 Hertz television set. Panasonic states that the fluid movement comes from it's new technology.

The most important thing to look for when buying a television would be the picture. It really does not matter what numbers and letters the company holds up to the technical customer, it all comes back to the picture that you see.

There were tests done on the TX-P50G20 television with special test patterns, this caused a small amount of flickering but is not noticeable during regular TV viewing. There was also a very small amount of flicker when watching DVD movies.

The TX-P50G20 TV scored very high in picture resolution tests. The picture was defined as only a slight amount off of perfect. When it came to the contrast test, it was perfect. The testing also revealed that the picture was the same from all angles.

Even though the mid range TX-P50G20 was listed as being equipped with basic features only, it does include a slot for your SD and SDHC card so you can watch your JPEG and AVCHD pictures and videos. The Panasonic Viera TX-P50G20 does not offer any other multimedia technology.

The TX-P50G20 TV is equipped and ready to receive all current types of reception available today. The one hang up may be in the future as the television is not equipped for the C1 Plus access some cable companies are considering.

If you are in the market for a no frills quality television set, the TX-P50G20 is the TV set that you will want to consider seriously. Granted, this is not a television set that you would want if you are looking for all the modern day technology. If you are looking for a good picture and a quality brand, this is it.

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