Panasonic VIERA TC-P65S1
Released August, 2009
The Pros:Anti-glare screen coating works well. Excellent default picture settings - likely no need for professional calibration. Plasma display provides deep, dark black levels.
The Cons:Poor sounding built-in speakers. Relatively expensive compared to other comparable models. Photo viewing through the SD Card reader can be slow.
The VIERA S1 Series is Panasonic's mid-range line of plasma HDTVs and incorporates their 2009 NeoPDP technology though removes some of the extraneous features found in the high-end series. For more information refer to the full VIERA S1 Series report.
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- 1080p native resolution
- NeoPDP technology
- 40,000:1 static contrast ratio
- 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
- 1080 lines of motion resolution
- 600Hz sub drive
- Game Mode
- VIERA Image Viewer
- VIERA Link
User Reviews (1)
anti-glare screen coating works well
excellent default picture settings - likely no need for professional calibration
plasma display provides deep, dark black levels
proprietary VIERA link feature for controlling multiple devices with one remote
poor sounding built-in speakers
relatively expensive compared to other comparable models
photo viewing through the SD Card reader can be slow
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