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Panasonic LED Versus Panasonic LCD: Which One Is A Better Deal?

People are slowly turning towards high definition televisions lately, especially the Indian. Now, the choices there, for any Indian, are not a few. In fact, who is buying traditional televisions anymore? So, the market is flooded with LCD, LED and even smart TVs. Confusion starts when we want to select one. Each TV offers its unique advantage, and often we are torn between choices we have. Panasonic LED in India

Panasonic is a TV brand, well it sells other consumer electronics as well but for Indians it will always be the great TV Company, which offers both LED and LCD TV. Both coming from the same manufacturer, which Indians have traditionally trusted as a great brand, makes it even more difficult to choose one. In this blog, we are not trying to sell you one over the other but we will be just pointing out the advantages and features of each so the decision making becomes easier for you.

The Panasonic LED TV is certainly costlier. It will cost you somewhere between 30,000 to 100,000 INR. There are two three models around 20,000 as well but those are really small screen TVs whPanasonic LED TVich will ruin the fun of watching LED TV. For a great experience, be prepared to spend somewhere near 70,000.  This is a really big TV with Visible Screen Size (diagonal), 119 cm/47 inches, with IPS LED LCD, HDTV. The excellent display capability of this TV is ultimate with support for 1080p, 1080i, 720p. There are different modes of viewing present as well for your different moods including dynamic, normal, cinema, true cinema and game. You can watch the TV comfortably from any angle as the viewing angle is as wide as 178 degrees. With a display resolution of 1920 (W) x 1080 (H). I know you will be willing to spend a good amount for the best colourful display and this TV has vivid colour creation and web smoother. The 800 Hz backlight scanning makes the colours distinctly better by increasing the contrast to the optimum level. The TV can also process almost every PC signal, including XGA, WXGA, SXGA 60Hz, 1920 x 1080 (HDMI).  24p film display or smooth films are just to give you an unforgettable experience.

Finally, yes, this TV is fully 3D and that too, 3D HD. With the two free 3D eyeglasses, you get with the purchase; you can easily enjoy 3D films at home or play 3D games, submerged in them. There is even 2D to 3D converter inbuilt which means you can see anything and everything in 3D if you desire.

Panasonic LCD TVPanasonic LCD TV will surely cost you less. You can get excellent quality LCD TVs from Panasonic within a range of 15,000-30,000. The screen is definitely smaller, the popular one being 80 cm or 32 inches It has HDTV capabilities including support for various different HDTV output like 1080p, 1080i, 720p. You can choose between various picture modes including dynamic, Normal, Cinema, User and Game modes. The TV also offers a wide Viewing Angle Coming to the different PC signal this TV can handle, here this TV can match the costlier and mightier LED TV we spoke about by being able to access XGA, WXGA, SXGA 60Hz, 1920 x 1080 (HDMI).

Now, it is true the LED TVs are far superior but sometimes they are a bit too costly for the standard Indian purchasing power. If you can afford, LED TVs can give you the best home entertainment you can think of but if your budget is lower, the LCD TVs can also be a fine companion for leisure.

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This entry was posted on January 20, 2014 by in Consumer Electronics, LCD TV, LED TV.
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