Tuesday, 21 December 2010

3d plasma tv

3d plasma tv

Samsung PN58C7000 58-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV (Black)

Samsung's new C7000 series Plasma flat-panel HDTVs offer an amazing performance, unmatched design and several unique features that expand the HDTV experience with it's brand new 3D feature. Samsung's E3-panel put together with our clear Image panel technology offers a stunning high-contrast picture from any angle.

The Ultra Slim cabinet measures 1.5-inch deep and is designed with a rich-looking brushed hairline black bezel.

Samsung's HDTV innovations include a powerful Internet@TV connectivity package for customizable access to Internet content, home-networking capability via the DLNA standard, playback of your camera and camcorder via USB, and 3D HDTV processing with optional Samsung 3D glasses. Samsung's Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC standard) technology makes system control of compatible A/V devices a one-touch operation. Combine a beautiful design, advanced Internet@TV functionality, the new 3D HDTV experience capability – Samsung's new C7000 Series Plasma HDTVs are designed with this in mind.

Amazon customer review of product: "Well after Amazon's usual service and delivery I just could not wait to hook up the Samsung 3D Blu-ray to the new PN58C7000 Samsung Plasma 3D TV.

And I was not disappointed. The made for 3D Monsters vs Aliens was understandably outstanding, it was created just for this. But the 1966 2001 A Space Odyssey on Blu-ray was equally impressive with nice depth. The pen in the space liner sequence floated out in front of the screen. The entrance into the space dock was likewise rendered with depth making the movie quite a bit more enjoyable than with the 3D turned off.

I suspect we will all be watching in 3D more and more. I am glad that I waited and paid the small difference in price.

I'll let someone else help with the decision about the black filter that is the difference between the C7000 and C8000.

And when can we have something about 85" Samsung?"

So a very impressive TV which is bound to meet the needs of anybody wanting high quality viewing from a super slim screen.

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