-- -- -- debris from CNET and this is a review of the Panasonic.
Ever since -- me hopeful that the television rights -- -- 19 on the top of the heap when it comes --
But unfortunately -- done so as well as LCDs or the sexiest -- and early eighties and so the company's branched out to offer the customer more choice.
The fifty series sits at the budget and Panasonic's line and -- go to some of the high end -- such authority and local dimming.
However it still has not TV with easy access to Netflix and the --
However it's a wired connection on and lets you -- a wireless phone hopeful between fifty and a hundred dollars.
Style wise it's okay with a piano black bezel which should fit my restaurants and it's relatively slim as well.
Despite its budget nights at the TV does offer four HDMI ports and an SD card slot for viewing --
Picture quality though is disappointing with color is that it just a little bit to read and we black levels that are among some of the worst of battle -- the process -- -- -- wanting to spend around a thousand dollars on the TV I'd skip over this one completely.
And getting the Panasonic's -- UT fifty plasma -- with Toshiba 5200 -- and it.
This is -- -- integrate the -- and don't --
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