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Panasonic Viera TC-P55ST50 Plasma TV Review

55 in.

The Panasonic TC-P55ST50 is a large plasma TV, displaying 1080p HD images with 3D and internet connectivity.

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Series Name TC-PxxST50
General Type Plasma
Screen Size 55 in.
Format 1080p
3D Type Active Shutter
Refresh Rate 2500 Hz
Smart Features Yes
MSRP 1699
RS-232C None
EX-LINK No
Media Card List SD/SDHC/SDXC
USB Number 2
Online Features Yes
Ethernet Yes
Video Playback Ability Yes
3.5mm Audio Input Jack 1
Music Playback Ability Yes
Analog Audio In 1
Photo Playback Ability Yes
Equalizer Yes
Firewire No
Digital Cable Tuner No
Blu-Ray No
Analog Cable Tuner No
DVD No
OTA Digital Antenna Yes
Is 3D Yes
USB Yes
OTA Analog Antenna No
Speaker Wattage 18
xD No
DVI 0
Weight (lbs) 59.6
Remote Included Yes
Annual Operational Cost ($) 34.5
MMC No
Zigbee No
Composite Video 1
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Display Technology Plasma
Width (in) 46.5
Wall Mount Included No
Surround Mode Yes
Aspect Ratio 16:9
CF Card No
Bluetooth No
SPDIF (Digital audio output) 1
S-Video 0
Peak Consumption 8.28
Height (in) 29.8
Stand Included Yes
SD Card Yes
3.5mm Headphone Jack 0
Wi-Fi Yes
Analog Audio Out 0
Component Video In 1
Brand Name (Panasonic)
Number of Speakers 16
Manufacturer Name Panasonic
MemoryStick No
DLNA Yes
HDMI In 3
Depth (in) 13.2
VGA 0
Cablecard No
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