Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV Driver
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Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV Driver
The first thing that Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV your eye is their design. Panasonic hasn't always been at the top table in design terms, but the 55WT50 looks deliriously pretty thanks to a combination of 55an ultra-slim bezel, skinny rear, one-sheet finish, and a bezel which attractively combines black with a chrome silver outer trim and a little transparent section jutting out from the bottom edge that contains an illuminated Panasonic logo.
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The 55WT50 also clearly shows in both its spec sheet and - from Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV demo screens at CES, at least - performance just how much effort Panasonic has ploughed into its LED range. Potentially the most significant improvement comes in the new backlight scanning system Panasonic has introduced for the 55WT This combines a high-speed Hz core panel with 8-phase backlight scanning, supposedly resulting in both enhanced contrast and a massive reduction in motion blur.
Indeed, Panasonic claims that its latest scanning system can deliver a full lines Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV motion resolution Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV more than double the motion resolution of most rival LCD TVs. Checking out the 55WT50 in action, both the key claims for the new backlight system seem to be borne out. Moving objects appear not far short of the near-perfect clarity witnessed on Panasonic's plasma models, and black levels seem much richer and deeper than those of Panasonic's LED TVs. The screen is just shy of a true inch diagonal, but only by 0.
A boomerang-shaped stand comes as standard and although it holds the screen steady we did find a fair bit Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV wobble when plugging various HDMI cables in and out. The only frustration of these is the SD card slot — getting the card back out again is a right fiddle.
But far from just being a series of inputs and outputs, the "Smart" aspect of this Viera set is an important factor. In this day and age TV has to be smarter to provide multiple ways of viewing content.
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Literally, with the push of a finger. A quick tap of the internet button on the remote opens a screen with various app widgets, with the likes of YouTube available.
The main image morphs into a slanted box out, met with a little pop-up in the corner to see your caller. Complete control As well as the usual, "classic" remote control, the WT50 comes with an additional trackpad remote.
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Also packed into the box is not one, but two sets of 3D glasses. This is a key Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV to buy this set instead of the Viera DT50 - the latter screen offers much the same picture quality, but without the 3D glasses included. What about the picture?
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And when forking out more than three grand on a prime bit of kit, expectation is high. The depth to blacks is most impressive — it more or less matches the bezel surround, which makes for a seamless display from edge-to-edge of the screen.
This is on account of the local dimming of the LED backlight that can control the image based on the content. Although the spec sheet reads "Hz", the WT50 instead has a Hz native LCD panel with Panasonic Viera TX-L55WT50B TV backlighting that flickers an additional eight times per second to give the impression of extra smooth motion.