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Panasonic TC-32LX20 32-inch HDTV Review

Posted on Saturday, April 02 2005 @ 19:40:32 CEST by LSDsmurf

Regardless of VIERA or somewhat earlier generation technology - in Panasonic TV you always buy special "traditional" picture quality. In this case the choice of brand is crucial since you're dealing with an LCD, no CRT or plasma. LCD designers world-wide are fumbilng with the problem of shade or tint prominence against the "main" colour aggression. You might not give a damn, but it's shades and tints that render volume to images and depth to planes. They - and the contrast -- determine how much "cinermatic" you will go.

Luckily, both aspects are okay here with the Panasonic TC-32LX20 - because it's Panasonic's "warm and soft" colour adjustment and because it's an LCD drive, unbeatable in contrast (which you can tell by your computer monitor). Don't "rape" those contrast and colour saturation levels though - for fear of upsetting the nature.


Link: Buy the Panasonic TC-32LX20 for less




Regardless of VIERA or somewhat earlier generation technology - in Panasonic TV you always buy special "traditional" picture quality. In this case the choice of brand is crucial since you're dealing with an LCD, no CRT or plasma. LCD designers world-wide are fumbilng with the problem of shade or tint prominence against the "main" colour aggression. You might not give a damn, but it's shades and tints that render volume to images and depth to planes. They - and the contrast -- determine how much "cinermatic" you will go.

Luckily, both aspects are okay here with the Panasonic TC-32LX20 - because it's Panasonic's "warm and soft" colour adjustment and because it's an LCD drive, unbeatable in contrast (which you can tell by your computer monitor). Don't "rape" those contrast and colour saturation levels though - for fear of upsetting the nature.




Link: Buy the Panasonic TC-32LX20 for less






 

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