Panasonic announces seventh generation plasma family with five new models

Panasonic's TH-65PHD7UY 65in. plasma display Panasonic Broadcast introduced its seventh generation of plasma displays consisting of five new 7-Series models, the 65in. TH-65PHD7UY, 50in. TH-50PHD7UY and 42in. TH-42PHD7UY high-definition panels, and ...
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Panasonic's TH-65PHD7UY 65in. plasma display

Panasonic Broadcast introduced its seventh generation of plasma displays consisting of five new 7-Series models, the 65in. TH-65PHD7UY, 50in. TH-50PHD7UY and 42in. TH-42PHD7UY high-definition panels, and the 42in. TH-42PWD7UY and 37in. TH-37PWD7UY standard definition panels.

The new TH-65PHD7UY, Panasonic’s largest plasma to date, is ideal for any application calling for a large-sized vertical or horizontal display, from a building lobby to a boardroom to an exhibit hall.

The new 7-Series family boasts high image quality, high contrast (4000:1 on SD models and 3000:1 on HD units) and multi-slot functionality, plus they incorporate significant improvements in peak brightness, displayable colors, service life, multi-screen capabilities and customization options.

The 16:9 plasmas provide picture-improving technologies including a Real Black Drive System, a Deep Black Filter, Super Real Gamma System, Adaptive Automatic Gain Control (AGC), Motion Picture Disturbance (MPD) Noise Reduction, 3D Color Management and Active I/P (Interlace/Progressive) Conversion.

The improved Super Real Gamma System reproduces gradations in steps equivalent to 2,048 shades and up to 8.58 billion colors to deliver image depth and provide ultra-subtle nuances in dark scenes. A new Multi-facet Asymmetrical Configuration Hyper-pixel (MACH) panel features a bounded cell structure and new phosphor material that dramatically improves a panel’s service life to 60,000 hours, boosts peak brightness by more than 10 percent (from prior models) and increases the resistance to static-image burn-in to the same level as CRT displays.

The 7-Series panels are equipped with Dual Picture that combines any two AV signals and displays them in three different modes (two picture-in-picture and one picture-out-picture modes), a Digital Zoom to enlarge a portion of an image up to four times normal size and display it full screen and a built-in video wall processor that enables up to 4X 4 multi-screen configuration. Sixteen 65-inch TH-65PHD7UYs can be configured to create a massive 260-inch diagonal display.

For more information, www.panasonic.com/plasma.

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