There is no denying that Panasonic has a range of great Plasma HD TVS on the market, but who would have thought that one from its 2009 line up would still be doing well? The TC-P50U2 Plasma HDTV now has what is considered old tech inside, but can still hold its own against a number of 2010 spec TVs.
What makes this TV so special is its 600Hz Sub-field Drive, so if you are into sports, then the 50-inch VIERA TC-P50U2 is the TV for you. Some of the main specs are as follows: 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio, 6,144 shades of gradation, JPEG compatibility, and much more.
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One reviewer on Amazon said that they were happy with the purchase of this television. They do point to the fact that the TC-P50U2 does not have anti-glare, but says that it is no such problem when you have a dark room, which is when the TV comes into its own. Get more buyer reviews here.
While looking on the Dell website we can see that one reviewer has left a huge review for this aging TV. The first thing mentioned is just how heavy the TV is, as well as a fear that image burn still exists on Plasmas TVs. The first reaction to the image quality was not that good, but all it took was a few adjustments to the contrast setting and all was fine. As for that burn image issue, it does not happen with the Panasonic TC-P50U2. Get more details on this and other reviews on Dell.
We also had a look on the Consumer reports website, and looking at the average user reviews, the TV scored an impressive 5 stars. Read all of the reviews here.
Do you own the Panasonic 50-inch VIERA TC-P50U2, what do you think?