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Panasonic TH-46PZ80U 46" Widescreen VIERA Plasma HDTV with 1080p Resolution, Built-In ATSC Tuner, SD Memory Card Slot, 3 HDMI Inputs image
 
(based on 2 ratings)
Brand: Panasonic
Located in: Audio Visual
Panasonic TH-46PZ80U 46" Widescreen VIERA Plasma HDTV with 1080p Resolution, Built-In ATSC Tuner, SD Memory Card Slot, 3 HDMI Inputs
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Avg. Customer Rating:
 
5 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
Outstanding TV for the price
By AlVerified Purchaser from Columbia, SC on 12/30/2008
Pros:
Attractive Design, Fast Setup, Great Picture, Simple Controls
Best Uses:
Home, Movies
Describe Yourself:
Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Panasonic Panasonic TH-46PZ80U 46" Widescreen VIERA Plasma HDTV with 1080p Resolution, Built-In ATSC Tuner, SD Memory Card Slot, 3 HDMI Inputs:

My fist flat screen TV. Have been looking at this one at Bestbuy and Sears for about 10 months. Best price was from Adorama. Saved over $400. I was looking at the Samsung LN46A650 but the price was just out of my range. If the Samsung is a 10... then this set is a 9.5. Very very satisfied.

 
Best HDTV for the $
By Retired CopVerified Purchaser from Eureka, CA on 12/29/2008
Pros:
Fast Setup, Great Picture
Cons:
Input Limitations
Best Uses:
Home, Movies
Describe Yourself:
Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Panasonic Panasonic TH-46PZ80U 46" Widescreen VIERA Plasma HDTV with 1080p Resolution, Built-In ATSC Tuner, SD Memory Card Slot, 3 HDMI Inputs:

Great picture and resolution. Way better than any LCD. No refresh rate problems on fast moving action scenes. All movies 480P or 1080P look real, life like sharpness. Input limitation is that you can not plug s-video and composite video in the same set of inputs and switch back and forth on which input device to use. Once you plug s-video in the composite is disabled on that input setting. You have to use s-video on input 2 and composite on input 3 or the other way around.

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