Panasonic TH-42PWD8UK 42-Inch Plasma EDTV


Product Features

  • Analog VGA (15 pin D-Sub), Digital (DVI-D), Composite (BNC), S-Video
  • Viewable Image Size: 42″
  • Resolution 852 x 480 Native
  • 4000 to 1 Contrast Ratio
  • Environments: PC and Mac compatible

3 thoughts on “Panasonic TH-42PWD8UK 42-Inch Plasma EDTV”

  1. Recommended for those sticking with standard-def TV. If you subscribe to Consumer Reports–as I do (5 year subscription)–see my review on this magazine–note that the Panasonic plasmas are rated not just a little, but much higher than any other brand name within the comparable price range. Panasonic has plasma down. You must pay thousands more to get a better picture. This is the bottom line at this time. Perhaps things may change in time, but not quite yet. I am not affiliated with Panasonic and am merely summarizing my extensive and thorough…

  2. Forget about HD… with this, you’ll never know the difference This is our first plasma/flat screen tv. It’s a big move up from our 27″ tube. We have a basic set up… Tivo hooked up via s-video and a progressive scan DVD via component video. This product is a display only. It doesn’t have a built in tv tuner and so we use our Tivo for that. The picture quality of the Tivo on this display is marginal, but still better than what we used to have… and from 12′-15′ back, you probably won’t notice the difference from an HD display. The DVD output, on…

  3. PLASMA TV After you replaced the first one because of breakage, I found the replacement to be wonderful. I hooked it up and found the plasma display to be all that you claimed.HD resolution is perfectly fine on this EDTV as long as you watch it from at least 8 feet away from the screen.The multiple connections make it easy for a person to hook up all the peripherals.It doesn’t make sense to spend the extra money on a true HD set when this one produces such a clear,…

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