Samsung PS-50P96FD Plasma Review

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If you talk about Plasma TVs most people think about Panasonic & Pioneer,
but Samsung is also quite a big player in the Plasma market. The review of
their latest PS-50P96FD proves that they can make some really good Plasma
TVs.

Here's a review about this Plasma:

http://www.hdtvinfo.eu/news/hdtv-articles/samsung-ps-50p96fd-plasma-review.html

The PS-50P96FD is a 50 inch screen & offers Full HD (1080p) resolution, so
you can
really notice the difference against lower HD resolutions. The contrast
ratio of the screen is an impressive 15,000:1 & connectivity is well handled
with for instance 3 HDMI 1.3 connectors.
You can see the full specifications here:

http://www.samsung.com/uk/products/television/plasma/ps50p96fdxxec.asp?page=Specifications



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What a lot of consumers do not know is the fact that Samsung makee the PDP
(Plasma Display Device) for many other brands including some SONY, PHILIPS,
Etc. Kind'a tells you something, Eh.
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http://www.samsung.com/uk/products/television/plasma/ps50p96fdxxec.asp?page=Specifications
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Hitachi also has a factory that sources plasma displays to other
makes.  I am incredibly pleased with my Hitachi plasma- 1080 for $999

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Art wrote:
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As does Panasonic.

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http://www.hdtvinfo.eu/news/hdtv-articles/samsung-ps-50p96fd-plasma-review.html
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handled
http://www.samsung.com/uk/products/television/plasma/ps50p96fdxxec.asp?page=Specifications
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Plasma and LCD are all to small.  I'm watching a 60"
SD Pioneer now with 1000 lines of resolution.  Dont want to
go smaller.



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Deke wrote:
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On a price per inch basis, take a look at DLP. You can get a 1080p
Toshiba 65HM167 for $25.60 per inch, delivered. Great picture, too.

Matthew

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Anna will make an Anna sized hole between where she is to where she
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DLP is big and bulky.  42"plasmas easy to manage solo

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bigjim@backpacker.com wrote:
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I can, and have, picked up my 65" DLP and moved it by myself. It weighs
in at ~85 pounds.

Matthew

--
I have two granddaughters:

Alex will find a way to silently get from where she is to where she
wants to be.
Anna will make an Anna sized hole between where she is to where she
wants to be.

--
Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com


Re: Samsung PS-50P96FD Plasma Review
OK, this sound great.  Where can one buy one?  Any online sites?
GM

Re: Samsung PS-50P96FD Plasma Review
Sears carries most major brands and has them online too. Oh, they have a
SERVICE department the fixes these sets in you home!
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