Panasonic TH50VX100 Premiere Plasma Display

Panasonic TH50VX100 Premiere Plasma Display

Panasonic TH50VX100 Premiere Plasma Display

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Panasonic TH50VX100 Premiere Plasma Display

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  • High Contrast for Blacker Blacks
  • 16 Customizable Adjustment Combinations
  • Black Aluminum Hairline Finish

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The Panasonic 50” TH50VX100 Premiere Plasma Display brings studio level monitor performance to the luxury home theater in a more affordable, energy efficient model. Designed for the luxury home theater, the Premiere is more than a plasma TV; it’s a 1080p studio-level monitor with 7,160 steps of gradation and a color range covering 120% of the HDTV color standard.

Wide color range
Ultra-high 6,144 steps of gradation
18-bit processing
40,000:1 contrast ratio
Six gamma preset curve & memory
Internal scalar bypass function
16 user-programmable adjustment menus
Exclusive plug-in architecture
Abundant HDMI terminals, multi function slot
Stylish aluminum hairline bezel
In the Box
Panasonic TH50VX100 Premiere Plasma Display
  • Remote control transmitter
  • Batteries
  • 1x Fixing Band
  • AC Power cord
  • Operating instruction book
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Screen Size 49.96" (126.9 cm)
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Effective Display Area 43.5 x 24.5" (1,106 x 622 mm)
    Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels (1 pixels = 3 cells for R, G, and B)
    Pixel Pitch 0.02 x 0.02" (0.576 x 0.576 mm)
    Contrast Ratio 40,000:1
    Gradation 6,144 steps (equivalent)
    Compatibility PC Signal Compatibility: VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, UXGA (UXGA compressed)
    Horizontal scanning frequency: 15 to 110 kHz
    Vertical scanning frequency: 48 to 120 Hz
    Picture Standard/Dynamic/Cinema/Monitor
    Color Temperature Normal/Cool/Studio/Warm
    Extension Yes
    Input Level Yes
    Gamma S curve/1.0/2.0/2.2/2.5/2.6
    AGC (Automatic Gain Control) Yes (On/Off)
    Black and White Mode High R/G/B, Low R/G/B
    Progressive Cinema Scan (3/2 Pulldown) Yes (On/Off)
    Gain Studio Gain: Yes (On/Off)
    Video Noise Reduction Yes (On/Off)
    Noise Reduction Block: Yes (On/Off)
    Noise Reduction Mosquito: Yes (On/Off)
    Mode isf Mode: Day/Night
    Terminals Fixed: PC IN: 1x mini D-sub 15-pin (female)
    Plug & Play (VESA DDC 2B)
    Audio In: 1x M3 jack
    Serial: 1x D sub 9-pin x 1 (male)
    Terminals Interchangeable: Slot 1 HDMI In: 2x HDMI
    Slot 2 HDMI In: 2x HDMI
    Slot 3 Component In: 3x RCA Audio In (L/R): 2x RCA pin jack
    Function Extended Scaler: On/Off
    Calibration Memory: 16 memories
    Memory Lock: Lock1/Lock2
    Screen Saver Yes (4 different modes)
    Settings Side Bar Adjust: Off/Dark/MID/Bright
    Wobbling: On1/On2/off
    Peak Limit: Yes (On/Off)
    Customizing the On-Screen: Type1/Type2/Type3
    Power Save Mode Yes (On/Off)
    Stand By save: Yes (On/Off)
    Power Management Yes (On/Off)
    Auto Power Off Yes (On/Off)
    Power Requirements 120 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz
    Power Consumption 605 W
    Power Off Condition: 0.1 W
    Stand-By Condition Save Off 0.9 W, Save On 0.5 W
    Operating Environment Temperature: 32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C)
    Humidity: 20 to 80 % (Non condensation)
    Altitude: 0 to 9,100' (0 to 2,800 m)
    Environment Storage:
    Temperature: -4 to 140 °F (-20 to 60 °C)
    Humidity: 20 to 90 % (Non condensation)
    Altitude: 0 to 10,800' (0 to 3,300 m)
    Radiation Regulations FCC Part 15 Class-B, ICES-003, NOM
    Safety Standards UL6500 Ver.2, NOM approval
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 47.6 x 28.5 x 3.7" (1210 x 724 x 93 mm)
    Weight Approximately 81.6 lb (37 kg)
    Power Requirements 3 VDC (2x AA size battery)
    Operation Distance Approximately 23' (7 m) in front of plasma display
    Weight Approximately 6 oz (170 g) including batteries

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