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Panasonic VIERA G10 Series TC-P50G10 50-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV

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  • Native contrast 40,000:1, Dynamic contrast 2,000,000:1 Infinite black for the brightest whites and darkest blacks
  • THX Certified display
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Technical Details
Brand NamePanasonic
Item Weight70.6 pounds
Product Dimensions4.2 x 48 x 30.3 inches
Item model numberTC-P50G10
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Nameblack
Special FeaturesVIERA CASTTM, VIERA LinkTM, Aspect Ratio: 16:9, Channel Capability (Digital/Analog): VHF/ UHF: 2 - 69, CATV: 1 - 135, Visible screen size (W × H × Diagonal): 50" class (49.9 inches measured diagonally), Audio Output: 20 W [ 10 W + 10 W ] ( 10 % THD ), Dimensions ( W × H × D ): Including pedestal 48.0 × 32.1 × 15.8 inches, Dimensions ( W × H × D ): TV Set only: 48.0 × 30.3 × 3.8 (4.2) inches, Weight: Including pedestal: 75.0 lb., TV Set only: 70.6 lb.
  
Additional Information
ASINB001UAEWUS
Best Sellers Rank #77,444 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 pounds
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • VIERA CASTTM
  • VIERA LinkTM
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Channel Capability (Digital/Analog): VHF/ UHF: 2 - 69, CATV: 1 - 135
  • Visible screen size (W × H × Diagonal): 50" class (49.9 inches measured diagonally)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

From the ManufacturerManufacturer's Description (March 17, 2009)
If you demand the best from your viewing experience, the 50-inch TC-P50G10 was created just for you. The new G10 Series boast cinema-quality movie reproduction, clear, smooth sports and gaming action--even Web entertainment. It is all made possible by Panasonic's Neo PDP technology, which delivers sharp, detailed images, deep blacks and remarkable brightness, all with lower power consumption.

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VIERA's elegant designs match virtually all room interiors.

The advanced AR filter keeps images sharp, with minimal glare.

View breathtaking images with rich, vivid colors from anywhere in the room.

600Hz Sub-field Drive gives you even greater clarity with motion images.

With VIERA CAST technology, you can enjoy online content such as videos, photos, weather and stock information through an easy-to-use Web interface that's built into the TV.

Stunning Picture Quality
Time spent with family and friends can be even more exciting when you gather around the 50-inch TC-P50G10. 1080p resolution combines with a 480 Hz processor to bring you exceptional clarity and smooth, fluid motion--even during high-speed action. VIERA HDTVs offer incredible black reproduction, with a rated dynamic contrast ratio of up to 1,000,000:1, so you'll get warm, accurate skin tones, gorgeous greens, breathtaking blues and vivid reds. And now, all of your friends and family can get in on the action thanks to an extra-wide viewing angle that provides an excellent view from almost anywhere in the room.

600Hz Sub-field Drive
600Hz technology lets you view superb full-HD motion and still images with 1,080 lines of resolution. For even greater clarity with motion images, Panasonic uses its own unique image-analysis technology. This technology converts the motion in each scene into data. And each frame is practically displayed for a shorter length of time than in previous systems, to reduce aftereffects.

Over 2,000,000:1 High Contrast (Native 40,000:1)
New VIERA models incorporate an improved panel production process and the new Real Black Drive system. A pre-discharge control system, the Real Black Drive system combines with NeoPDP technology to achieve next-generation black reproduction. When you're watching movies, VIERA renders images just the way the director intended, even in scenes where it's difficult to achieve a proper balance of light and dark.

Wide Color Viewing Angle
View breathtaking images with rich, vivid colors from anywhere in the room. Because plasma TVs are self-illuminating, images look beautiful from any angle. Black areas do not fade, and colors look virtually the same no matter where you sit.

AR Filter
This advanced filter keeps images sharp, with minimal glare, while dramatically reducing reflections from external light, which helps to produce clear images. This filter creates pure, crisp images in a wide range of colors.

THX Certified for Faithful Movie Image Reproduction
G10 Series Plasma HDTVs meet the high standards set by the Lucasfilm THX Certified Display Program, to recreate faithfully the visual ambience intended by the original movies creators. If you love movies and demand cinema-quality images in your home, this is the HDTV for you.

The Next Level of Video Gaming
Take your team to the championship and your gaming to the next level on the TC-P50G10. A specialized Game Mode helps ensure fluid and seamless gameplay by minimizing time lag when displaying game images. With Game Mode turned on, you get the motion resolution and enhanced details you need to win. And don't worry about racking up all those long hours playing; anti-image retention technology and a remarkable 100,000 hour panel life ensure that your VIERA HDTV will still run smoothly and beautifully long after you score the game-winning goal.

Effortless Connectivity
Make the TC-P50G10 the entertainment hub for your friends and family, and the center of your multimedia world. A built-in SD memory card slot makes it easy to share your digital photos and home videos, while H.264 AVCHD video compatibility allows you to get the most out of your high-resolution AVCHD home videos. The new VIERA Cast feature lets you enjoy great web content--such as PICASA online photo albums and YouTube videos--right on your TV. And when you connect your compatible AV components with HDMI cables, VIERA Link technology lets you control them all with one easy-to-use remote.

Enjoy Exciting Web Entertainment in Your Living Room--No PC Required!
With Panasonic's VIERA Cast technology, you can enjoy online content like Amazon Instant Video, YouTube videos, Picasa Web Albums, stock information, weather and more. All through an easy-to-use Web interface that's built right into the TV. No extra equipment required--just surf with your TV's remote, and let the fun begin!

With VIERA Image Viewer, simply insert an SD card into VIERA to display photos and full-HD videos on the large screen.

Share Your Digital Photos and Hi-Def Camcorder Videos on the Big Screen
VIERA Image Viewer provides a better way to share your digital photos and home videos recorded on your AVCHD camcorder. Just pop your SD memory card into the handy slot, and instantly display your digital photos and hi-def videos for friends and family.

VIERA Link
VIERA Link makes it easy to connect all of your compatible AV devices. That means your Blu-ray Disc player, DVD recorder/player, home theater system and hi-def camcorder can be operated by a single VIERA remote control. You can even view digital photos via the SD card slot, which comes standard on the TC-P50G10 and all new VIERA flat-panel HDTVs.

Exceptional Service
With its lead-free construction, TUF Display screen, and long lifespan, a VIERA HDTV is a safe,durable and lasting investment in high definition entertainment. Of course, should your VIERA TV ever need service of any kind, you are entitled to the VIERA Concierge program--a free service made available to all VIERA owners to bring peace-of-mind to your purchase. Benefits of this extensive service program include: use of an exclusive toll-free expert hot line, live chat with a VIERA HDTV expert, priority service scheduling, and a personalized VIERA Concierge benefits card.





What's in the Box
Panasonic VIERA G10 Series TC-P50G10 50-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV, Remote control, Remote batteries, AC cord, Pedestal with installation hardware, Cleaning cloth, Operating instructions, Quick setup guide

Product Description

50" Plasma, 1080p, THX, Viera Cast, H.264, IP Camera Ready, PC Input, NEO PDP Panel which is brighter, Full-time 1080p TV lines of moving picture resolution, 3 HDMI, Native contrast ratio 40,000:1, Dynamic contrast infinite black 2,000,000:1, Game Mode, Anti Reflective Filter, 600 Hz Subfield Drive

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My V10 picture is fantastic at the moment, but I can only wait in fear that I may have spent $2K dollars on something that will lose one of it's best qualities after only… Read more ›
this tv should have had this feature because even far less…the picture is fantastic, it's as good as a upper model but 96hz 24p in should be a given at this price. The… Read more ›
It has to be of the best HDTV avaialable. The picture is amazing and I would absolutely purchase the tv again. The sound is ok, but I usually use a my home theater for the… Read more ›
That said, we were blown away by this thing right out of the box! We've made no adjustments to it, and the picture is incredible. We've had it about a month now, and we're… Read more ›
The picture quality is excellent although initially our Charter Cable installer attached the Panasonic to the set top box with RCA cables. The result is what appears to be… Read more ›
But then again, most people (like me) will hook this puppy up to an AV receiver anyway. - Image quality is awesome! - This TV is very fast at processing images. Read more ›
Everything looks great. Blacks are deep, colors are rich, resolution is sharp. I have it on custom mode because I like it better than THX. Read more ›
This is the best one I've ever seen. For a plasma, the glare reduction is the best ever, no one else comes close. I don't know how they did it. Read more ›
I must say that the set looks amazing, even compared to my father and friends' HDTVs. I think the colors and darks and details look great, especially watching blu-ray movies. Read more ›
It is very thin for a plasma, and produces very little heat. The glare isn't bad either, far better than a standard tube TV. The TV has plenty of connections, although we… Read more ›
I don't like an overly bright picture (as you'll find in the "game" mode). I also have no problem with screen glare even though the TV faces the windows. I have yet to see… Read more ›
Speaking of the bright room, I have had no problems with glare. This is so much so that I don't know what people are talking about when complaining about plasma and glare. Read more ›
For the money this was an absolute best buy. The color is perfect, flesh tones are right on and in actual home use it is plenty bright enough. The THX setting really needs… Read more ›
This is caused by the…That is to say the "color black" is nice and deep when the TV is new, but it becomes increasingly gray once you attain a few hundred hours of use. A… Read more ›
We rented the LG 50 720p plasma and fell in love with it. The glare problem wasn't too bad at all, and the color was amazing. The more I researched and read about plasmas… Read more ›
Black level, contrast, color saturation was visibly perfect without the all-too-common "red-push" employed by virtually all other brands and models of TVs to make people… Read more ›
I use the THX mode. In that mode, the color is accurate, vivid, vibrant, and saturated. I also set the black level to "dark", so that the black level can really go deeper. Read more ›
My pictures look great, the HD channels and movies look wonderful. The colors are rich, detailed and the videos are amazing. Picasa and Youtube and definitely a nice to… Read more ›
So, the reviews I read, and believe me, I read a LOT of them, all mentioned that Panasonic knows…The price was reasonable for the set-and the options it has are sufficient. Read more ›
That being said the videos buffer FAST, the prices are generally cheaper than cable on demand services by a dollar or two, and the selection is really pretty broad. Read more ›
I have noticed Panasonic Plasma TV's in many sports bar/restaurants leading me to believe that these TV's are not only a great value as compared to LCD's but reliable as… Read more ›
I did a lot of research before purchasing this TV and found that it was a very good purchase. The picture is very good for the price. My only two complaints are: Read more ›
Superb set. Great price. Read more ›
Well, I trusted my gut and ordered the plasma. Received a good price and some special offers with the purchase like TiVo and a credit with Amazon to use with the TiVo. The… Read more ›
The blacks are deep and the contrast very good. The audio is strong with blu ray, standard dvd, and regular televsion. I have an extensive library of black and white movies… Read more ›
3) Sound is really lacking on this TV - I have it in the bedrooom, where I don't want external speakers, and while I can live with tinny sound, I would have paid a little… Read more ›
The picture and sound are great, fed with a 1080i signal via HDMI from a Verizon FiOS set-top box. Read more ›
All in all, this is a great TV with a fantastic picture. Don't worry about sound quality, no TV, IMO, provides good sound as their speakers are too small. If you want good… Read more ›
OK at lower levels. Bad as volume is increased. Read more ›
I highly recommend this plasma tv, you will not be…If you are an audiophile, you're probably not going to be overly impressed with the sound, but it is fine for me. Now… Read more ›
I own an LCD as well, and it…I heard about the THX mode on this model, and was quick to try it out, and even though people were saying it is too dim, I actually enjoy it. Read more ›
Some reviews have not liked the THX mode but I…Everyone has their own idea about which mode is the best, but I think Panasonic has enough picture modes to please everyone. Read more ›
Speakers point down and are a bit weak, but I use my surround sound system for all the…I agree with other reviews that the light output of the THX setting is too low. P… Read more ›
The Viera Cast feature is nice but limited. I expect more content in the next year or so. Read more ›
I have tweaked the picture setting on the Standard and THX settings a bit to sharpen and brighten the picture a bit, but most of the other settings are very good out of the… Read more ›
Again, I was pleased with what I saw in the THX mode. The Vivid mode had better brightness but caused to wash out certain areas. Next, I reviewed the fight in the church… Read more ›
So we have to stream by other means, unless you have and 360 or the…It would be nice to just use the TV and not have to turn another device on to use power and what not. Read more ›
I added the Panasonic 7.1 Blu Ray surround sound system and together with the television I am in viewing…Great quality picture, very easy to use and set up and great value. Read more ›
Plug and play for internet connection. Easy to use Picasa web, youTube, Weather, Amazon On Demand etc. Overall great tv for the price. Read more ›
The content is still limited. The search function of Youtube on VieraCast is not as easy to use as on a computer. The Amazon video on demand price is way too high (but this… Read more ›
I believe the only TV that can compete with this one is the Pioneer Elite. Also, the menus are easy to use and the remote control is one of the nicer ones I've seen. Some… Read more ›
The onscreen settings menu are snappy and easy to use. Read more ›
I received the plasma and the set up was very easy.. I white glove service was excellent... as for picture a 5stars... the plasma really turn out to be the best buy Read more ›
I received the 50 inch G10 about a weak ago. Setup was a simple procedure and I have been able to view the tv in a variety of lighting situations and video source formats. T… Read more ›
I've had mine for about two weeks now and I'm thrilled so far except for native sound quality; it's…Setup was easy, adjustments straightforward, and the manual is helpful. Read more ›
Once again, Amazon went beyond the call by pricing this at or below almost every competitor and…The picture and sound quality are outstanding and setup was effortless. Read more ›
I've had my panasonic tv for about one month. It is everything the reviews say, the picture is awesome, the set up is very easy, and it looks fantastic. The one thing is it… Read more ›
I can watch instantly movies and TV episodes from Netflix. Streaming seems to work great with my setup. The Veracast works great with the Powerlines. Read more ›
Usability with Videogames: It's very easy to connect and access any videogame console you want to the G10. Swapping between inputs with the remote is extremely easy as well. Read more ›
I wish it had 4 (Blu-Ray/Cable TV/Game/Camcorder). Menu is pretty easy to use. Set TV to THX mode for watching in medium to dark rooms. Read more ›
Havent tried blu ray yet but the dvds on my xbox 360 hdmi look awesome. the sound does lack like…controller is kinda cheapish but nothing to majorly complain about. Im… Read more ›
The picture clarity is very good, but the controls need a little getting used to by experimentation. The guide book is a little confusing and the remote instructions are a… Read more ›
I like the modes…I also appreciate the optical audio output, although it would have been nice to control the volume output from the TV (this messes up my remote settings). Read more ›
I have watched and read numerous reviews…This TV is awesome: lightwieght, easy to assemble, incredible picture and sound, and fairly easy to use remote and menu choices. Read more ›
It was very easy. The TV stand is great, and makes the TV very sturdy. Read more ›
I personally went to a serious surround sound, but my personal opinion. The thing weights close to 80 pounds so make sure you get a GOOD mount or stand. Do NOT skimp on… Read more ›
The set does not read the quirky nonstandard ƊGB SD' card I have, but seems to play well with any standard SD or SDHC card. Read more ›
I watched Wall-E as the first test of the new TV and I was amazed at how crisp and bright the colors were on THX mode; they looked great on standard and custom modes, but I… Read more ›
If you DON'T have an external amp/speakers, factor buying some into your purchase price if you…You will find the audio quality almost too poor to watch the Weather Channel. Read more ›
According to tech specs and online reviews,…In Custom Mode, it is more than bright enough to watch in my room with direct sun light (sun light in the room not on the TV). Read more ›
I use it with a PS3, the [[ASIN:B001202C44 Energy 5.1…It's a lot of fun to watch BD movies, play some games, and watch some TVS, stream some video on Netflix via my laptop. Read more ›
- There is also a function to sync up with Panasonic…- I use the THX mode for movies, it's kind of a more mellow color pallet which is good for watching movies in the dark. Read more ›
After looking what seemed like forever I came across this one at a great price. Was delivered in great shape and I put it on the wall immeditely. Very easy to configure and… Read more ›
we sit 8-9 feet away and though a 50 might be too big -…If you're watching blu ray or HD tv then you could go up to 65 but with sd tv 50 is a good size for 8-9 feet away. Read more ›
Finally, this was an upgrade from a 30" slimfit. Sure 1080p, colors are great, but the size had the most impact. 40", 42, 46 inch is too small from 8-9 ft. Read more ›
The TV arrived when promised and in excellent shape. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

169 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Delena on April 14, 2009
The P50G10 is my second HD Plasma experience, the first being a 2004 Panasonic, which still looks and works quite well. It has found another spot in our home to make room for the new G10 in our family room. When searching for and finally selecting the new Panasonic G10, I was comparing choices against this first experience considering both the manufacturer and the plasma technology. While I have a few smaller sized LCD's, mostly in the 20-32" range, I have never been overly impressed with the picture. The seem a bit cartoonish, even in HD mode, so I quickly settled on a plasma as my technology choice. Having made that decision the alternatives in terms of manufacturers narrowed quickly. Wh Pioneer exiting the Plasma business, and considering my experience with my original Panasonic plasma the brand decision was made. Selecting which model from Panasonic boiled down to scouring the 2009 product announcements and available reviews (CNET), and making the trade-offs on size, cost and availability. This all led me to the P50G10, which was a good fit on all points.

I have had the unit installed and working for 4 weeks now, and must say its been an extremely satisfying time. The G10 is a major step up, from my previous plasma, in terms of picture, inputs i.e. 3 HDMI vs 1, and ability to control each picture setting independently. I have tweaked the picture setting on the Standard and THX settings a bit to sharpen and brighten the picture a bit, but most of the other settings are very good out of the box. As the unit is stand mounted, and in a room with mostly indirect and overhead lighting there are no issues with glare or light reflection, from the main glass or its glossy black bezel.
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110 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Feng Zhou on May 8, 2009
I bought the TC-P50G10 three weeks ago, and am very happy with it. I did a lot of research and tried out a number of TVs before settling down on this one, so I thought I would share some of the information and my experience with the TV, and hopefully make your decision in choosing the TV a bit easier.

First thing first. According to my research, the Panasonic G10 probably has the best picture quality among all TVs in mass production as of the time of this review (May, 2009). Most importantly it has pitch dark black level, scorching brightness, high color accuracy, and good motion processing.

I chose the Panasonic plasma over Sony and Samsung LCD for a few reasons. (1) Compared to 120Hz LCDs, Panasonic is significantly cheaper than Sony and Samsung. (2) I think the G10 is better in handling motion than the 120HZ LCDs. (3) The colors on the plasma are more appealing to me than those on the LCDs. (4) It has superior viewing angle. It looks perfect from any angle you will actually watch the TV without washing out the color, prserving the quality of the color.

The third point on color appeal is subjective and calls for description of subjective experience. There are lots of technical comparison of the colors on different displays on the internet, but my perceptual experience is that the colors on the panasonic plasma is very vibrant, punchy, tantalizing, and mesmerizing. The colors look like things in real life, but they are more intense than real life. A friend said "it's prettier than real, but not distorted. It is just like an enhanced colorful world." If you prefer high fedelity to real life colors, you can use the THX mode to tune it down to be very faithful to studio color measures. LCD in comparison is also very vibrant, but it doesn't look as realistic.
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68 of 72 people found the following review helpful By hurryfashion on April 13, 2009
I've been researching flat panel TV's for about a year now, and thru showroom viewing, friends' recommendations, online reviews (purchasers and experts), and Consumer Reports, I had narrowed my field down to Sony LCD Z- and XBR Series, Samsung LCD and plasma(550, 650, 750), and Panasonic plasma (PZ-800, PZ-850). The Sonys had great picture quality but were pricey. Samsung also had some good values but I just cannot get past the "Touch of Color" red accents on their mid and upper level TVs. [Call me traditional, but I think TV's look best in black or gray.] The Panasonic sets from last year didn't look quite as bright in the showrooms (Best Buy, ABC Warehouse, others) as the LCD's but I just liked the picture quality better--more vivid colors and deeper blacks, better motion handling. The power consumption issue was a bit of a concern, but Panasonic claims that their 2009 sets are more energy efficient. The new 2009 Panasonic G10 Series TVs struck just the right value balance for me--great bang for the buck. I've had mine for about two weeks now and I'm thrilled so far except for native sound quality; it's good, just not as exceptional as the vivid picture. Setup was easy, adjustments straightforward, and the manual is helpful. The remote could be better, as the VieraCast buttons have a needlessly prominent location on the relatively large remote. There are backlit buttons for Volume and Channel, but unfortunately the button to activate the backlighting is small and unlit. Small matter. Anyway, standard Cable, HD and DVD picture quality is really good and BluRay is nothing short of amazing. The SD Card viewer is cool, too. I'm not noticing any significant trouble with screen glare, even though my set's in a bright room; I was waayy overworried about that pre-purchase. Overall, I've been very happy with my Panasonic TC-P50G10 with no regrets.
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