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PANASONIC TH103PF10UK 103-inch 1080p High Definition Professio

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  • Industry's largest high definition plasma display
  • 1080p panel is a show stopper for a wide range
  • 7-1/2 feet by 4 feet of viewing space


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 94.9 x 5.1 x 55.9 inches ; 482.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 782.6 pounds
  • ASIN: B0015YTMFY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #852,837 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 8, 2008

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High Definition Plasma Display

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Lift with you legs not with your back!.
first due
Well my friends, you don't own this TV when you buy it; you transcend outdated titles like "ownership" and come into a whole new being.
Mr. Twisted
I would recommend this tv for anyone willing to take out a second mortgage on their home or sell their children.
Chris

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59 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Chris on March 15, 2011
I was skeptical when I bought this t.v. But I had 50 grand to spend so I thought "why not?" i had some trouble getting the tv into my mobile home. I had to have an entire wall removed, but it was so worth it. The light from the tv also causes automobile accidents on the street near my home. Watching sports on the beautiful 8 ft display is exactly like being on the field. Everything that shows on the tv is "actual size". The only down side is the remote. apparently Panasonic thought a large tv needed a large remote. The remote weighs 25 lbs and is around 2-3 feet long. It's extremely unnecessary and bulky. But it glows which makes it pretty cool. I would recommend this tv for anyone willing to take out a second mortgage on their home or sell their children.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Twisted on December 29, 2013
Upon seeing the price of this television, you may think to yourself "hey, there's no way that TV is worth $70K."

I'm here to tell you that you would not only be wrong for thinking that, but also endangering the world we live in by having those thoughts. Think that's extreme? Let me explain.

You are probably trying to rationalize your assumption with some foolish logic like "well, I could send Jimmy to college with that money!" But here's the deal: sure, you could send Jimmy to college with that money, but then what? He's just going to smoke a lot of weed and get a degree in something like gender studies after 6 years of racking up debt. Then he's back in your basement and bugging you all the time to watch your big TV, which you don't have because you sent him off for an "education."

That's sound logic, right there.

The alternative is that you have a $70K TV in your family room which, let's be honest, none of your friends do. What most of your friends do have is a son or daughter with a worthless college degree leeching off of them and playing video games on their lame TVs.

Basically what you have in purchasing this TV is a safety net that prevents you from wasting money on other foolish things like health insurance or that life-saving surgery. It's like an insurance policy for when you are tempted to be "responsible," act like an adult, and get into that pyramid scheme known as "financial planning."

Owning this TV says to the world that you're free from the trappings of silly, manufactured, middle-class scams like "security." You are an individual; you are rugged and you play by your own rules.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By first due on May 5, 2013
Tv arrived yesterday in a cardboard box that took the lives of four redwood trees and enough styrofoam to recreate a sculpture of the leaning tower of pisa. Anyhow... once powered on it literally felt like i saw jesus and possibly a unicorn but dont quote me on the unicorn. The remote takes 20single "A" batteries and comes with a back brace since its so heavy and all of 3ft in length. Lift with you legs not with your back!. i love the tv! My living room has never looked so small. The doctor says i will be out of my neck brace in 2 weeks. he also said not to watch sports on the tv anymore since the whiplash is what caused my neck injury. I highly recommend buying this tv but make sure to tell your power company to be prepared for high levels of electricity usage during your tv viewing times. Also it would be a good idea to equip your house with a back generator.
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4 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Steve Smith on October 22, 2009
This televesion, i saw in person, At the Convention center, my brother worked in this booth and installed the tv, It Weighs around 2,000 pounds with the stand to hold it up. This tv is extremely huge, its over 8 feet if u can imagine that, u see it in person, and its like WOW, Staggering, its too BIG, yet, i love it. The quality is pretty good to be such a big tv. So i wanted to check out the price, i said come on now, $50,000, Thats just outrageous, And i'm a panasonic fan! But the tv price will drop drastically in 2010, So just play the waiting game, but to sum it up Panasonic did it again! Bigger, Bolder and Clearer! I personally would recommend the sanyo Z3000 Projectore, thats under $3,000! The tv is so heavy, you better have it professionally installed, or to do it yourself get, 3-4 ppl, ITS HEAVY aS crap, its a King Kong size tv in weight and SIZE! SO get READY. Again, i saw the Plasma in person!
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