Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV Driver
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Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV Driver
To accommodate the new sleek proportions, the rear connections have also had something of a make-over.
There are no longer any rearward facing connectors which will make wall mounting easier, some of the legacy connectors have been dropped and the composite and component video connections use breakout adaptors. The connections for these breakout adaptors are facing downwards, along with the aerial input, an optical digital out and a LAN socket for those without a wireless network. All in all a fairly comprehensive set of connections and Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV only complaint is that the HDMI inputs are just 9cm from the edge, which is far too close if you use heavy Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV HDMI cables.
This is a common problem with modern TVs and your only choice if you don't want HDMI cables poking out the sides, is to either use right angled adaptors or to stop Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV your money on big thick expensive cables. It is Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV to see that unlike certain other manufacturers, such as Samsung, the power cable on the P50ST50B uses a three pin plug that can be detached.
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In fact this is the only connection that faces rearwards but sensibly Panasonic have provided a cable with a right angled connector to aid in wall mounting. Along with the P50ST50B itself, the remote control has also had something of a face lift. Whilst still made of plastic it has a rather attractive gloss black finish and feels very comfortable in the hand.
It is well made, sensibly laid out and has a backlight. Overall we rather Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV the new look remote control and our only complaint was that the glossy finish did rather show up fingerprints. The P50ST50B does not Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV with any 3D glasses, as standard, but frankly almost no TV does these days because 3D is now just regarded as another feature. However, for the purposes of this review, we were able to test out a pair of Panasonic's newest active shutter 3D glasses TY-ER3D4MUwhich have only just been released.
These new glasses use RF radio frequency rather than IR infra-red to sync with the TV and in that sense they Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV similar to the glasses that Samsung use. A number of the manufacturers are working together to create a standardised pair of active shutter glasses, which is a good idea but you can't help thinking they should have done that from the start.
Thanks to the use of RF, the glasses never had any problems syncing to the P50ST50B and we never lost connection once. That's the good news, the bad news is that the P50ST50B doesn't have an IR emitter built into it, so should you have any of Panasonic's three previous generations of glasses lying around, you can't Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV them with the P50ST50B or any of Panasonic's TVs for that matter.
Aside from the use of RF instead of IR, the new glasses share the same general design as the earlier TY-EW3D3ME glasses and as such Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV are incredibly light - at 26g - and so comfortable to wear that you quickly forget you've got them on. The glasses themselves have Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV large lenses that provide a suitably wide field of view and are very neutral in tint.
There is a switch at the top of the frames above the bridge of the nose where you turn on the glasses and, if you need to, you can also switch the glasses to 2D mode. This setting will display just one eye view to both eyes thus allowing you to watch 3D content in 2D if you need to for some reason.
The glasses sync automatically once turned on and they will switch off if they don't receive a sync signal for 5 minutes. You can fully charge the Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV in a couple of hours but a 3 minute charge should give you enough battery life to get through a film. The latest iteration of the menu system has a very modern feel to it, with subtle use of colours against a black background.
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The menu system is also very Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV, easy to read and intuitive to navigate. If you select User mode, there is an Equaliser and there are also controls for the Surround mode, the Auto Gain, the Volume Correction and for setting the distance from the speakers to the wall. There are also controls for setting the Voice Guidance for the visually impaired.
Given how thin the P50ST50B is, we weren't expecting the sound Panasonic Viera TH-P50ST50Z TV be great and it wasn't. It was good enough for basic television watching and the 24 hour news channels but for anything more critical we strongly recommend using a sound bar or, better still, connecting to an AV amplifier. The next sub-menu is new for the ST series and allows the user to setup the Network.