Panasonic plasma HDTVs with CableCARD slots can accept a small card that allows you to receive standard definition and high definition digital broadcasts. No bulky set-top cable boxperfect for a wall-mounted plasma TV. Contact your cable company to find out if they offer this service in your area.
Had 4K not rolled into town hailed as the next big thing for the TV industry, Panasonic might have chugged along with its plasma display business for another year or two. But faced with numerous technological and legislative obstacles to bring a 4K plasma to market, the Japanese company finally decided to throw in the towel as far as PDP is concerned. And we don’t blame them, not when OLED panels – which consume significantly less power than plasmas, and can be inkjet-printed – present an infinitely more attractive proposition for the mass production of 4K Ultra HD TVs. It’s time to say goodbye to Panasonic plasmas, and we cannot accuse them of not going out on a high.
The best images you can ever view on a Panasonic plasma don't have anything to do with HDTV. Share your JPEG photos taken with a Lumix® digital camera on a Panasonic plasma using the built-in SD card slot . Simply insert the SD card, which is about the size of a postage stamp, into the SD slot on the TV and enjoy a photo slideshow.
The S30 series is a 1080p plasma available in 4 sizes, it has the Inifinite Black panel but it is not 3D. These TV eschew some features to bring Panasonic plasma picture quality at a lower price.
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