Best plasma TV reviews 2013
Surely one of the Best quality HDTV, Panasonic Viera TC-P55VT50 3D Plasma TV is a standout. With its stunningly slim features, it looks more like an edge-lit LED LCD TV. The Viera VT50, powered by its new dual-core processor and VieraConnect suite, it features snappy operations and quick responses on every menu and `touch pad controller’ which combines basic function buttons (i.e. volume, channel, etc.) including an on-screen control that directly selects choices through a small touch-sensitive area. Viera VT50 has so many built-in and equally exciting features, which includes a built-in Wi-Fi, picture quality-enhancing technology through its `louver filter’, 96-Hz Cinema mode, a THX Certified display with ISFccc calibration modes capable of displaying superb, sharp and vivid picture quality. Indeed, the Viera VT50 offers not only sleek looks but also an excellently high performance.
Truly an elite, not only in its brand, Sharp Elite Pro-60X5FD 60” LCD TV is elite in quality. the Elite PRO-60X5FD is equipped Sharp’s quad-pixel Quattron technology capable of delivering vivid, high-quality picture better than just about any other HDTV being sold today (like plasma or LCD) using its superior processing capabilities.The PRO-60X5FD utilizes an expertly engineered full-array LED backlight arrangement with local dimming which allows the PRO-60X5FD in producing darkest black levels, greater than those produced by the vaunted Pioneer Kuro Elite.
Samsung has long been known as a standout when it comes to plasma technology with its vaunted flagship PNE8000 models. With the advent of Samsung PN60E7000, it has combined the excellent qualities of the expensive flagship model minus the slightly creepy built-in camera as well as the “smart interaction” it allows, with the sleekiness of design and other useful features. Whether you are a Videophile or not, anyone searching for one of the Best quality HDTV, the Samsung PN60E7000 should be the top choice for 2013.
Among the top rated HDTV reviews of 2013 includes a review on the Panasonic Viera TC-P50ST50 3D Plasma TV. From its range of reasonably-priced plasma TVs, once again, Panasonic has consistently offered quality performance it was known for. The TC-PST50 (also known as ST50) promises to deliver a `mid-range’ model without compromising excellent performance, vivid picture quality, great features, and the price tag. Indeed, the ST50 offers color accuracy that is quite good out, if the set is switched to ‘Cinema’ mode. Easy calibration can bring the image much closer to ideal. Equipped with a frame-smoothing algorithm (Motion Smoother) combined with the infinite Black Pro panel, the ST50 is a feasible option in less-than-ideal type of viewing situations. Additionally, the ST50 offers conversion from 2D-to-3D on-the-go.
Continuing with its tradition of delivering unprecedented LED LCD TVs, Sony Bravia LCD TVs were known for its excellent picture quality. The `Monolithic Design’ as introduced on high-end Bravia TVs is the flagship of KDL-HX850. The HX850 clearly delivers real-life, sharp, vivid displays. Included in its design are several interfaces like 4 HDMI inputs, a component video input set, a separate composite input, 2 USB ports, a PC input, plus a full set of real buttons intended for TV controls. Although, lacking a RS-232 serial port, still, a lot of videophile has found the HX850 to embody real video entertainment experience. Equipped with an integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet port for connectivity to a network, it also comes with a wired connection option for better streaming.