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The Panasonic TH-42PX77U is part of the TH-PX77U series, and comes in at a large 42-inches and features an anti-glare plasma screen, deep black and great colors. Cnet have been lucky enough to get their hands on the TH-42PX77U for a review, where they say, with a native resolution of 1,024×768, the Panasonic TH-42PX77U matches the resolution of just about every available 42-inch plasma today. Of course, that’s not quite enough pixels to display every detail of 720p HDTV, but the image is still plenty sharp. All incoming signals, whether HDTV, DVD, or standard-def TV, are scaled to fit the pixels.

Overall, the Panasonic TH-42PX77U offers very good picture quality for a 42-inch plasma, beginning with the ability to produce a nice, deep black with plenty of detail in the shadows. Color was mostly accurate too, although we did notice a bit of false contouring and video noise in some scenes.

Detail was excellent on the TH-42PX77U for a plasma of its resolution, and we had no complaints about the sharpness of the image with either 720p or 1080i sources. The panel also can accept 1080p sources (as can the Vizio), but it would exhibit strange behavior. After we watched 1080p for about 20 minutes, the picture disappeared. Then after about 30 seconds, the picture came back on, along with a message saying “an error has been detected and recovered.” The process would repeat just about every 20 minutes, so we’d recommend avoiding 1080p sources with this set.


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