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Jun 24, 2010
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Hasn’t it been just a couple of years back when all these TV manufacturers we’re trying to get us to buy their high-def TV sets?[firstpara] Well, it’s 2010 now, and 1080p has been replaced with a new buzzword. That buzzword is 3D.

And you will listen, because Panasonic’s newly released Viera VT-Series—Plasma TVs capable of Full HD 3D—sounds just like a dream come true for any home theater enthusiast. Let’s check out the specs.

The defining technology in Panasonic’s VT-series 3DTV is its Frame Sequential 3D technology, which according to them is the same method applied in Hollywood films.

The said technology allows the TV to render separate images in 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution while being displayed at the ultra-high speed of 120 frames per second.

Likewise, Panasonic brags that this technology minimizes the afterimage effect, which allows for smoother picture movement.

Panasonic’s 3D eyewear is a big part of the system too as it has been engineered for high-precision timing control for the opening and closing of the shutters.

The eyewear is said to lessen light leakage that result in a decrease in total image quality.

The VT-series’ 3D images looks great not just because of the 3D technology, per se, but also because its feature set is really geared towards producing crisp, high-quality images.

First of these is its 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio. With a contrast ratio this deep, one can see even the tiniest detail in a dark scene in a movie, for instance.


WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES

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