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  • 1920 x 1080 3 HDMI
  • 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 Weight90.4 pounds
Product Dimensions4.3 x 51.7 x 32.8 inches
Item model numberTC-P54G10
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Nameblack
  
Additional Information
ASINB00267PY6K
Best Sellers Rank #103,432 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight106 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

  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Model: TC-P54G10
  • Display Technology: Plasma
  • Display Size: 54 inches
  • Speaker Count: 2

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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Product DescriptionIf you demand the best from your viewing experience, the 54-inch TC-P42G10 was created just for you. The new G10 Series boast cinema-quality movie reproduction, clear, smooth sports and gaming action--even Web entertainment. All made possible by Panasonic's Neo PDP technology, which delivers sharp, detailed images, deep blacks and remarkable brightness, all with lower power consumption.

Key Features
  • 1080p Full-HD Resolution
  • Neo PDP
  • Full-Time 1080 TV Lines Moving Picture Resolution
  • Contrast Ratio: 40,000:1 Native; Infinite Black Panel
  • Brighter Panel
  • VIERA CAST
  • THX-Certified Display
  • VIERA Image Viewer with AVCHD Playback
  • VIERA Link
  • AR (Anti-Reflective) Filter
  • Game Mode
  • 3 HDMI Inputs
  • PC Input
  • 100,000 Hour Panel Life

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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 54-inch TC-P54G10. 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, it 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 faithfully recreate 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-P54G10. 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-P54G10 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 Video On Demand, 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 TVs remote, and let the fun begin!

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-P54G10 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-P54G10 54-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV, Remote control, Remote batteries, AC cord, Pedestal with installation hardware, Cleaning cloth, Operating instructions, Quick setup guide

Product Description

54" 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

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This TV is absolutely outstanding. The picture is amazing and the purchase and delivery/setup was seemless. You won't be disappointed with this one. Read more ›
The most noticeable feature in V10 is 96HZ refresh rate which is nice but I couldn't…The 60HZ refresh rate in G10 is more than suffice and picture quality is stunning. I… Read more ›
The picture looks great. I was nervous about glare, but it's really not an issue. Read more ›
I have absolutely no regrets on this purchase. The picture is stunning out of the box when hooked up to our DirecTV HD receiver. I haven't even had to change any of the… Read more ›
Now that we have the TV we love it! Incredible picture quality, viewable from any angle in the room. Read more ›
Delivery guys did the setup and connected to the source (satellite HD) and even volunteered to take the shipping container. TV works well with amazing picture quality. I… Read more ›
Versus LCD, Plasmas can handle a nearly infinite color palate so the pictures…An LCD looks, well, manufactured in terms of the picture, and can only handle so many colors. Read more ›
We have it set up in a room with a large window wall casting bright sunlight directly on the screen almost all day and there are no problems with glare/reflections… Read more ›
My mistake. I don't think there are burn-in issues with LCDs. And I know there are no burn-in issues with projectors because I had been gaming on a 110" projector screen… Read more ›
One thing I would say, if you have to watch standard definition, you should be no less than 10 or so…The lower the resolution, the harder it is to watch on a 54" screen. Read more ›
In researching appropriate video cards and reading CNET's review, I have come to the conclusion that an HDMI connection over (what you would think would be the more… Read more ›
The deep black levels and high contrast ratio reveal the faintest details and really make everything seem so real and life like, something LCD TVs are struggling to… Read more ›
I am well satified with this new plasma. Inky blacks, great color, and at $[...] how can you go wrong. THX setting seeems a little dark so I use my own custom setting. Read more ›
It is still running strong. Great video game lag times and amazing blacks. Read more ›
Well I bought this set to replace it and now find out they have a built in problem and the picture is intentionally lowered black levels over time, for longevity I… Read more ›
Panasonic has confirmed that its plasma TVs reproduce brighter black levels by design as they age, but will not divulge exactly how much brighter after how long. New… Read more ›
I narrowed it down to Samsung LED LCD, Sony XBR, LG…Then I noticed all the improved blackness and 240 Hz refresh rate are all trying to match up with plasma performance. Read more ›
The G10 is exactly what I expected: sharp picture with great black levels. Furthermore, the anti-reflective screen is much more effective than on some of the previous… Read more ›
When the room is dark, THX is fabulous. My only wish is that you could brighten the picture more in this mode, since it's colors and other settings are perfect. Perhaps a… Read more ›
The added color filters are great as well. The THX, vivid, and game modes allow a greater field of when watching. The vivid in particular is excellent for most CG movies,… Read more ›
In vivid mode, this TV has nearly the brightness of the LCD in my very open and bright room. It is very nearly as clear and sharp as the Sony or may be identical in this… Read more ›
3. The viera cast is a nice feature , and it lets you watch videos off you tube and show your pictures from picasa on the TV. However typing using the remote control is a… Read more ›
i am assuming these problems are only with my panel....that's why i am giving a 4 star...not 3 or 2....because the picture quality is excellent and THX mode (despite strobe… Read more ›
This is no longer a problem with this new TV, the G10 will only have a glare if you're at a perfect angle with a very bright light like a lamp, fireplace, etc... which,… Read more ›
The sound is great, exactly what you would expect for a TV of this quality. The speakers do a wonderful job of projecting the sound outward and giving the whole watching… Read more ›
Panasonic Viera offers great picture quality. I was a little concerned that the sound may not be adequate, but the sound is great too. Football or movies, the result is the… Read more ›
First class television. would reccommend this product to my friends. Great picture and sound quality. Good internet connection and first class viewing for DVD and other… Read more ›
I was a little surprised to know that this unit has no cooling fans, but so far heat coming off the unit has…Actually a fan might have increased the noise at low volumes. Read more ›
Actually a fan might have increased the noise at low volumes. I have read others who dislike the sound from the set, but I think it is acceptable. I did not like the bass… Read more ›
I thought I was going to need speakers after reading "so-so" audio reviews from others, but for people like us who did not have surround sound before, the sound is… Read more ›
This TV was rated the best one on numerous rating sights. Amazon's price was OUTSTANDING!! There was no other place on the entire WORLD WIDE WEB that could match the price. Read more ›
We might…We also got the awesome Amazon deal which threw in a panasonic d60 bluray player which lowered the price even more, so I have watched several bluray discs already. Read more ›
Overall this is an excellent TV and is great value for money. I would strongly recommend this TV. Read more ›
I think the picture quality is the same. Amazon had the best price. and i ordered it on friday and it showed up on wed 1 day earler than said. The folks at pilot delivery… Read more ›
I fully…I feel like I got a good deal by buying through Amazon because they give you several options of vendors around the country who have shown the lowest prices. Read more ›
In my opinion, this TV gives the best price to performance ratio available today. The 54" size is perfect. Read more ›
I have…I deliberated between samsung and panasonic and the buzzing thing worried me about samsungs, plus samsung didn't have the 54 inch size which is ideal for my room. Read more ›
In my opinion, this TV gives the best price to performance ratio available today. The 54" size is perfect. You know it's a BIG screen, but not too big. Read more ›
I am disappointed with Electronic…The customer service rep assured me the screen was not scratch and should be in excellent shape, it is scratched and has image burn in. Read more ›
We see good color from this TV whether the room is dark or light so have no issues with glare, no issues with too little/too much…We like the size and thinness of the TV. Read more ›
I did tons of research before buying and first bought a 50 G10 from…I love the 54 size, a 58 would be pushing, definitely too big for the viewing distance and for my room. Read more ›
OneCall was excellent, delivery quick and friendly, communication excellent. Set up was easier than the Sony, the menu is not perfect, but logical. (The Oppo BD-83 blueray… Read more ›
Setup was easy. Internet, for example, started immediately on it's own after plugging in the Cat 5 cable. Read more ›
Now after a month we are sooo thrilled with the TV. It's easy to set up, easy to adjust and the picture is amazing. It's so clear it's like the people or animals on screen… Read more ›
The TV looks great and was pretty easy to set up. I wish that the stand swiveled but I can live without that. Read more ›
This is…Standard DVDs look great, blurays look great, HDTV looks great, and standard TV is fuzzy but that's the best you can do with standard TV... it's still watchable. Read more ›
(The Oppo BD-83 blueray player should be a model for all GUI's IMHO)…I like that you can adjust the picture settings separately for each mode (vivid, standard, THX, etc) Read more ›
LCD is cheaper…We originally planned on mounting the t.v. on the wall but it looks so good on the stand that we decided to buy a new piece of furniture for it to sit on! Read more ›
However typing using the remote control is a pain. thankfully they let you store your username and password…Hopefully they will add more services (like netflix) to this. Read more ›
I originally purchased the Samsung from Amazon and was very impressed with the picture quality (very sharp) but was disappointed that despite the fact that the set was… Read more ›
1. The picture is stunning and HD and bluray really bring out the best in this TV. The THX mode is great for watching movies - however it is a little dark. With a little… Read more ›
1080i looks fantastic so I'm looking forward to seeing true 1080p. Having the SD card slot is a nice bonus that makes it easy to view photos. Read more ›
plasma had a more fluid picture and…The functions are easy enough to navigate, the Viera cast needs different apps or more would be nice, but I'm not concerned about that. Read more ›

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152 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Colorado on July 13, 2009
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I wanted to edit this review with an update. In the past couple of weeks there has been alot of attention on the Panasonic Vierra series plasmas due to many reports of the black levels changing suddenly and getting brighter, degrading the quality of picture. While it apparently has not impacted alot of users, a small portion have noted this, enough to be concerned. You can see the original thread at Avsforums and is being discussed by the original reviewer at CNET (see link below).

While I still stand behind my review below, and I have not experienced this changing black levels, I will be monitoring it and I just wanted people reviewing this TV to know about this potentially troubling issue. Panasonic has issued a statement (in the Cnet link below)stating they auto set the darkness after a period of time to help maintain optimal picture quality over time. In this case, it appears they over compensated. It is a problem and Panasonic needs to step up with a fix.

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I just got the TCP54G10. STUNNING! A little history. I have been looking at HDTVs for about 3 years, and looking at DLPs originally, then went into this year thinking LCD is the way to go. I'm glad I waited, the inverse relationship between the technology and the prices is right this year.

Before you go buy an HDTV, do yourself a favor, look at this TV, and do some research. Read other reviews. It turned me around to plasma and to this 2009 model plasma from Panasonic in particular. I knew plasmas simply have a superior picture, but I thought the price and issues with plasmas were a detriment.

I came into this dead set on an LCD, most likely from Samsung, that was before I started doing research on the latest Plasmas.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By C. Abrahamson on May 27, 2009
I finally convinced my fiancee that we needed to upgrade her old 27 inch CRT in our living room to a new HDTV and after researching for a few months, I came to the conclusion that this was the TV I wanted to replace it with. I have absolutely no regrets on this purchase. The picture is stunning out of the box when hooked up to our DirecTV HD receiver. I haven't even had to change any of the default settings to adjust the picture settings. I have yet to run a blu-ray movie through it, but my PS3 is hooked up and playing some LittleBigPlanet on it looks twice as nice as playing on my old Sony 52 inch 1080i rear projection set. Sound through the built in speakers is fine, but with a TV like this, you'll be doing yourself a disservice to not get a set of 5.1 or 7.1 speakers and receiver to fully enjoy your HD. The Viera Cast is a nice little bonus, although watching YouTube videos on such a big screen is really muddy looking. I hope they add in NetFlix streaming to go along with their Amazon rental service built in already. Standard definition tv watching isn't bad at all once you get use to the filtering/upconverting that the set does. I do wish their was at least one more HDMI and one more component input on the back to hold all my gaming systems and various other accessories I would like to hook up to this TV, but that's the only knock I have against this fantastic TV. I can't wait for football season to start!
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By R. Vaughn on July 3, 2009
I bought this TV from the local Video Only for $1850 in late May, but didn't pick it up until the Friday before Father's Day (since I got it for my father), or install it until a week later.

I have it hooked up to:
3 Sony 400 Disc DVD Changers
Sony Receiver
Psyclone PlayStation 2 Hi-Grade Source Selector
Samsung DVD Recorder
PlayStation 3 80GB
Linksys PLK300 PowerLine AV Ethernet Adapter Kit
Linksys WRT610N Simultaneous Dual-N Band Wireless Router
Cyberpower 1030HT 10-Outlet Surge Suppressor - 6000 Joules 15A RJ11/Coax(3)/RJ45 EMI/RFI

Sound can be a bit tinny, but if you want to watch a movie or concert on TV you can just use the optical audio out to your surround system.

Standard definition TV looks ok. All the new channels we get thanks to the internal HDTV tuner are great.
Standard definition movies look excellent, but Blu-ray movies from the PS3 are breathtaking. We tested it with The Fifth Element (Remastered) [Blu-ray] and... WOW. The detail is astounding. For a perfectionist like me bass and blacks add the depth necessary for a true entertainment system. The black/color/detail this TV is capable of will meet all your needs, wants and then some.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Troy on November 30, 2009
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I had read all of the reviews of the Samsung 540, 550, 560, 650, and 800 models as well as all of the reviews of the Panasonic G10 vs the S10 vs the V10 and LCD vs Plasma and just any piece of information I could find. I have a family member who had the V10 58 inch and a family member with the Samsung 560 58 inch so I could already tell those were great TVs, but I decided against the Samsungs due to buzzing/pink hues/customer service reviews and lesser picture quality. So once I was set on Panasonic, it was G10 vs V10. As far as I can tell, the only differences between the V10 and G10 is you get more color/picture options to choose from on the V10 and also the 24p playback for bluray discs was not at a 3:2 pulldown rate like on the G10 which could result in "hitching" on the G10. I went back and forth wondering if it was worth the extra few hundred to get the V10.. and we did think about a 58inch and would have gotten one if G10 went that large, but to bump up to the V10 58 inch, it was another $500 (with my panasonic.com discount, otherwise it would be way more compared to this great Amazon price). Finally we decided on the G10.. shipping took a little over a week and I couldn't have the Pilot delivery guy take my TV out of the box (not his fault, he did offer) but it was a snap to do ourselves and the TV was in perfect condition. It was very easy to immediately set up on the stand and get running. We might mount it on the wall in the future. We also got the awesome Amazon deal which threw in a panasonic d60 bluray player which lowered the price even more, so I have watched several bluray discs already. I am extremely pleased with this G10 54 and so very happy I didn't "waste" my extra $500 to get the 58in V10..Read more ›
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