Panasonic TC-P65V10 Plasma HDTV Review

Panasonic TC-P65V10 Plasma HDTV offers incredible black reproduction, with a rated dynamic contrast ratio of up to 1,000,000:1, so you’ll get warm, accurate skin tones, gorgeous greens, breathtaking blues and vivid reds. VIERA flat-panels also deliver a super-wide viewing range, with fluid, uninterrupted motion. So whether you’re watching a sporting event or an action-packed movie, you’ll always get the most impressive viewing experience possible, from any angle. Plus, VIERA Link makes it easy to connect all of your compatible AV devices. That means your Blu-ray Disc™ player, DVD recorder/player, home theater system and hi-def camcorder can be operated by a single VIERA remote control. You can even view digital photos via the SD card slot, which comes standard on all new VIERA flat-panel HDTVs.

VIERA’s wide color gamut covers 120% of the HDTV color standard, approaching cinema-level quality with rich color and crisp imagery. Speaking of cinema quality, the VIERA meets the high standards set by the THX Certified Display Program guaranteeing that you’ll see movie images exactly as movie creators intended.

Enjoy Internet content right on your TV. With VIERA CAST™ technology, you can enjoy online content such as videos, photos, weather and stock information through an easy-to-use web interface that’s built into the TV. No PC equipment required. USB terminals on the TV allow you to connect peripherals for even more options. Watch movies with Amazon Video on Demand and Netflix. Stream clips from video sites like YouTube and Fox Sports. Listen to Pandora Internet radio. Or keep in touch with friends via Twitter and Skype.

See Complete Features and Specs Panasonic TC-P65V10  Plasma HDTV

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