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Panasonic Viera TX-P46S10 46in Plasma TV Review
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 08 July 2009 10:55

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Regular readers will know that so far this year I've been considerably more enamoured of Panasonic's new NeoPDP plasma TVs than I have of the cheaper models that use Panasonic's traditional plasma panel techniques. So on one level I'm not expecting anything particularly spectacular from the P46S10, sitting as it does towards the lower, non-NeoPDP end of Panasonic's current range.

But then again, I've long been a fan of the 46in screen size sported by the P46S10, finding it an unusually natural fit for your average decent-sized living room. And I'm also a fan of its £955 price - a really approachable sum for such a well-proportioned TV.

Especially when that TV also enjoys a specification sheet that boasts a vast claimed dynamic contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, a Full HD resolution, and 400Hz processing achieved by using Panasonic's Intelligent Frame Creation technology to interpolate extra 'sub-field' images between the real ones coming in from your source.

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