Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Panasonic PT-53WX53 53-Inch Widescreen HD-Ready Projection TV

Panasonic PT-53WX53 53-Inch Widescreen HD-Ready Projection TV
  • I really like the TV. I like the way the picture looks, considering that I spent $1500, and not $5000. I've had my TV a few days, so I can't tell you how it holds up over time (I'll be back). This review is a "tell you what you may want to know from day one" as much as it is a review. I hope I can help prevent you from damaging your projection TV by telling things not mentioned in the manual.An earlier review (different website) gave the TV one star out of five because he said after eight months he had side bars permanently burned into his screen, and he felt the manual's "don't use 4:3 mode more than 15% of the time" wasn't enough information. Keeping this in mind, I never…
  • If you want a nice HDTV and have the room, I recommend the 53" rear projection PANASONIC.Take a look at the Amazon reviews, Circuit City (or Best buy, can't remember which has reviews between BB and CC). The reviews were so stellar that I actually bought it sight unseen and shipped it from Amazon. And man!, were they right....the features and clarity is amazing (remember to lower brightness and no game systems for 1st 100 hours to avoid burn-in...also, avoid playing in 4x3 mode with vertical black bars for same reason).When you do all the math, it is cheapest to buy from Amazon (but only with an Amazon Credit Card) becuase it sells for $1499 at Amazon plus $119 for shipping... but then…
Product Features
  • 53-inch widescreen projection television with 1080i/480p resolution; 49.1 x 51.4 x 25 inches (W x H x D)
  • DVI-HDTV input; 2-tuner PIP with 8-bit PIP image processing, PIP scaling, and multiformat PIP (HDTV compatible)
  • Progressive Cinema Scan (3:2 pulldown) provides faithful reproduction of film-based programs
  • Motion-adaptive 3D-Y/C digital comb filter enhances resolution by removing blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl
  • Digital velocity-modulated scanning improves the definition at picture edges