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Panasonic TH-42PX600U Plasma TV Review

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This is Panasonic's top-of-the-line 42" HDTV plasma, with a sleeker style, nearly invisible slimline speakers, and a redesigned pedestal stand. The Panasonic TH-42PX600U also features integrated NTSC and ATSC tuners with CableCARD interface, HDMI and PC inputs, and Panasonic's 9th-Generation plasma TV panel which can display over 28 Billion colors with a 10,000:1 contrast ratio! A new SD card slot allows you to share digital photos in a dynamic slideshow right on your Plasma TV, while a 15-pin VGA input with stereo audio lets the PX600U double as a PC monitor. Improved contrast ratio and panel brightness build on the legendary reputation of Panasonic Plasma TV with the new Panasonic TH-42PX600U.


Screen Size 42" diagonal 
Screen Aspect 16:9 
Displayable Colors 28.99 Billion
Contrast Ratio 10000:1
Pixel Pitch 0.90mm x 0.675mm
Video Standard NTSC, HDTV 
Data Signals VGA, SVGA, XGA
TV Scan Lines 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i

NTSC Tuner Included
ATSC Tuner (HDTV) Included
CableCARD Slot Included
Picture-In-Picture? Yes, Video Only 

Composite Video 3 (RCA)
S-Video 3 (4-pin mini DIN)
Component Video 2 (RCA x 3)
VGA RGB Signal 1 (15-pin mini d-Sub)
HDMI Digital Interface 2 (19-pin HDMI interface)
Stereo Audio In 5 (RCA L/R)
PC Audio In 1 (mini stereo plug)

Composite Video 1 (RCA)
Stereo Audio Out 1 (RCA L/R)
Digital Audio Out 1 (OPTI)

Speakers Built In 
Mounting Options Pedestal Stand Included 

Power Supply 100-120V @ 50-60Hz 
Power Consumption 399 Watts
Dimensions 42.5" x 27.2" x 5.5"
Dimensions w/ Stand 42.5" x 29.8" x 14.6"
Weight 71.70
FCC Class FCC Class B, Home Use 



The Panasonic TH-42PX600U 42" Plasma HDTV delivers a cinema-style viewing experience at home. The 42" high-definition ready plasma screen creates deep blacks, bright whites and over 8 billion colors – for bright scenes with vivid realism. Its high 3000:1 contrast ratio gives you a superior picture; the wide range of blacks and whites are rendered with depth and dimensionality. Brilliant, vibrant colors are also fully recreated. Receive and view local over-the-air broadcasts on this plasma in stunning HDTV clarity using the built-in HDTV tuner. The CableCARD slots means no more bulky set-top cable boxes – insert a small card that allows you to receive standard definition and high definition digital broadcasts. A single HDMI cable carries high-quality digital audio and video, without having to deal with a tangle of wires. You can even share your JPEG photos taken with a Lumix digital camera, using the built-in SD card slot.






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