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Panasonic TC-P50U2: Review Roundup / Specs

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.

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?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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