$689.00 to $897.00
Panasonic's 42-inch VIERA TC-P42U2 Plasma HDTV features a full HD 1080p resolution, 900 TV lines of moving picture resolution, and 600Hz Sub-field Drive for superb motion clarity.
|Flat Panel Type||Plasma TV||Aspect Ratio||Widescreen (16:9)||Broadcast Format Displayed||1080p (HDTV) • 1080i (HDTV) • 720p (HDTV) • 480p (EDTV) • 480i (SDTV)||Screen Size||42 inch||Contrast Ratio||2,000,000:1||Digital TV Standard||HDTV Television||Display Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels||Weight||49.6 lb.|
|Digital TV Standard||HDTV - HDTV receiver is integrated.||Broadcast Format Supported||1080p (HDTV)||Built-in Tuner||ATSC • NTSC • QAM||Native Aspect Ratio||16:9||Interpolated Aspect Ratio||14:9 Enhanced|
|Comb Filter||3DYC / 3D Digital||Display Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Front Input Connectors||Composite x 1 • HDMI x 1 • Audio (RCA) x 1|
|Number of Speakers||2 Speakers||Speaker Power||2 x 10 Watt|
|Sleep Timer||With Sleep Timer||Energy Star Compliant||Energy Star Compliant|
|OSD Languages||English • French • Spanish||Closed Caption on Mute||With Closed Caption On Mute|
|Width||40.6 in.||Depth||3.7 in.||Height||26.1 in.||Weight||49.6 lb.|
|UPC||885170003125||Family Line||Panasonic VIERA|
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