Panasonic's 50” TCP50G10 Plasma Reviewed (Verdict: Kills Most Of The HDTVs On The Market)

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The guys at HD Guru got a chance to kick the tires on one of Panasonic's latest plasmas, the TCP50G10, and came away feeling that it was one of the best HDTVs on the market.

The performance and feature packed "Full HD" (1920×1080p resolution) TCP50G10 is the least expensive 2009 Panasonic plasma set to include THX certification. What does that mean to consumers? THX originally created audio standards for movie theaters and later for home theater sound systems. In 2008 THX issued a set of home video display standards for its certification.


In a nutshell, the G10 scored super high marks in categories like HD color accuracy, image brightness, energy efficiency and full 1080 line motion resolution. Plus, it's a pretty good deal at $1800. If that hasn't already convinced you, it's probably a good idea to check out HD Guru's full review if you are in the market for a new HDTV. [HD Guru]

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Good indicator we are in for some good sets. Waiting for the TCP58V10, as I want to go 58" this time around and the V10 bests the S1 by using a 96hz scan rate for 1080/24 instead of 48hz so it should be flicker-free.

The problem is, that the 2008 model's 58" price is so damn low now, I am having a hard time waiting.