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First Look: One of the worst TVs of the year

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First Look: One of the worst TVs of the year

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Panasonic's DT50 series of LED TVs is among the worst we've seen this year, and can't hold a candle to the company's plasmas.

My (??) over at CNET. And this is a review of the Panasonic DT50 LCD TV. Panasonic is a company best known for it's Plasma's but in the last few years it is offered LCD screens as (??) appealed for people sworn off plasma artifacts such us (burning?). The base on...performance of the DT50. I suggest sticking with the company's plasma instead. Looks wise it isn't to bad. But it's a little (??). And it looks like a Sony Vega and hitch the ride (??) in 2004. But it's got up to date features with on board (??). All of the video services you'd want with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. And it's also got four (??). But the reason we suggest the plasma over this...plainly this television is bad. It's Black level the very (call?) for the money. And we've seen better performance from the the $500 TCL L40FHD at 12TH. So I saying that's slow. A lock of control means that it's not the most naturalistic either with to much of a red push at the higher end which means Rossie skin tone and Blue instead of Black Shadows. While it's saving graces. Our desccent 3D and play back of Blue Ray movies without stuttering. They note enough to safe this television. It it worth $900 instead of $2,500 for this 55 inch. It might be worthwhile. As the results the DT50 is high priced cosmetically dated and performs with an TV up to a 5th of the price. If you have your heart set on getting a Panasonic. We suggested I'll look this frankly trip from remodel and go for it...it's amazing plasma equivalent, the ST50 and save yourself a $1,000 in the process. I'm (??) and this is been a review of the Panasonic. DT50 Television.

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