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Info Comparing G25 Series Plasma HDTVs From Panasonic And A List Of Features

By Simon Henderson

When looking for a plasma TV, it’s important to look for more features than other, equivalently sized or priced televisions have. Sometimes, what you think you don’t need might make a whole lot of difference to your life and at the least, they save time as well and being convenient. Let’s start by comparing G25 series plasma HDTVs from Panasonic to see what features they offer and for what prices.

The Features of the G25 Series

Each G25 high definition television supports a wide array of features. One of which is Viera Cast. This allows you to use your television to use many popular internet-based applications, such as YouTube, Picasa Web Albums, Pandora Internet Radio, Netflix (provided you have an unlimited subscription), FOX Sports, Twitter and even video conference using Skype, though you’ll need the optional camera. The USB ports provided can be used for keyboard and Wireless adapters, meaning there’s no need for a PC in this setup. For many people, the thought of video conferencing on a gigantic fifty inch television might be awe-inspiring, well, this is just the beginning of the features.

Using a technology called the Infinite Black Panel, the Panasonic G25 series supports dramatically increased contrast with dark images to improve image quality. The gray glow that sometimes makes the image appear fuzzy and bright is reduced to a deep black, letting the textures and colors come through clearly.

If you want to view your images or videos, you can easily pop in an SD card with the media on and enjoy. Viewing these in a 16:9 ratio at a resolution of 1920×1080 makes you remember why a television like this is truly worth buying. The ease of use is exceptional.

Certified by THX as providing a ‘real film experience’, the G25 series passed the difficult tests imposed before being certificated as bringing the cinema-quality to your home.

When using the HDTV’s cinema mode, it applies the ’600Hz Sub-field Drive’ effect, which creates crisp and clear moving pictures. A common problem with some plasmas and LCD screens is that the refresh rate isn’t high enough, resulting in blurred images as the last image still hasn’t been removed. With Panasonic’s system, each frame that appears to be blurred is displayed for a shorter length of time, removing any unwanted effects that could occur with other TVs.

Using the HDMI sockets and the Viera remote control, it’s possible to connect the devices together to let everything be controlled by a single remote.

Last Thoughts

The G25 series is very expensive, though some may believe it’s bargain for the amount of features it provides. Starting at $1200 for the 42in screen and stopping at $2000 for the 54in, these HDTVs are packed with features and provide a lot of conveniences into one device. It should be noted that while some of these features offer good services, they may require extra expenses, such as the Netflix, which needs a subscription, and Skype, which requires the correct camera be installed. Also, the internet connection requires a compatible wireless adapter.

If you are looking to get a television, then we recommend you reading the Panasonic TC-P46G25 along with the Panasonic TC-P50G25. Once you do this, you will not need to look any further for a television.

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