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Old 03-20-2008   #1
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Has anyone heard news on the new Panasonic plasmas that are due out in the next month or so? Specifically, what new features/improvements are bing offered over last years models? Thanks
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Well I have no idea about that.
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Panasonic unveiled its new line of flat panel plasma TVs, including six new series of 720p and 1080p models that might have consumers saying, "What recession?" The two to-die-for lines include the new PZ800, a THX-certified 1080p line that includes a 24p cinematic mode and four HDMI inputs, as well as the even-more-upscale flagship PZ850 line, which features pro settings, four HDMI inputs, and even RS 232 control interface.

The PZ800 will available in 42-, 46-, 50- and 58-inch screen sizes, while the PZ850 will be available in 45-, 50-, 58- and a truly massive 65-inch panel sizes. These sets will feature a native contrast ratio of 30,000:1 for extremely deep black levels. Pricing has yet to be announced for these models, which will arrive in later this spring, but as with last year's step-up plasma models the extra cost is truly worth every penny.

http://www.gearlog.com/2008/03/new_p...a_tvs_what.php
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Rex, thanks for the info and the link. I am interested in the 65".
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Rex, thanks for the info and the link. I am interested in the 65".
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You're welcome. If you get one, be sure to let us all know what you think of it. Good luck.
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Ditto Rex,
That's exactly the info I've been looking for. I'm trying to hold off purchasing a 65PZ750U in hopes that the 850 series will arrive before the boss (you know who!) starts whining about not having a TV in the family room.
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