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Samsung PN51D450A2D Plasma HDTV Review

51 in.

An inappropriately low resolution for a TV its size, and it lacks much else to make up for this shortcoming.

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Series Name PNxxD450
General Type Plasma
Screen Size 51 in.
Format 720p
Surround Mode Yes
Wall Mount Included No
Width (in) 46.8
Display Technology Plasma
Resolution 1280 x 720
Composite Video 1
3.5mm Headphone Jack 0
Equalizer No
Depth (in) 2.2
Annual Operational Cost ($) 37.32
HDMI In 2
DLNA No
Number of Speakers 2
Remote Included Yes
Weight (lbs) 52.6
OTA Analog Antenna Yes
USB Yes
OTA Digital Antenna Yes
Analog Cable Tuner Yes
Digital Cable Tuner Yes
Cablecard Unknown
Photo Playback Ability .jpeg only
Analog Audio In 3
3.5mm Audio Input Jack 0
Ethernet No
Online Features No
USB Number 1
Backlighting Unknown
Is 3D No
Brand Name (Samsung)
Manufacturer Name Samsung
Series Name PNxxD450
Component Video In 2
Analog Audio Out 0
Stand Included Yes
Height (in) 27.8
Peak Consumption 191.09
S-Video 0
SPDIF (Digital audio output) 1
Bluetooth No
Aspect Ratio 16:9

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Blacks & Whites
  4. Color Accuracy
  5. Motion
  6. Viewing Effects
  7. Calibration
  8. Connectivity
  9. Audio & Menus
  10. Multimedia & Internet
  11. Power Consumption
  12. Vs. Samsung PN50C550
  13. Vs. Panasonic TC-P42X3
  14. Vs. Vizio E321VL
  15. Conclusion
  16. Series Comparison
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