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Panasonic TH-42PH12U

$689.00 to $1,097.00



Equipped with three interchangeable slots Vertical Mounting Dual picture mode Digital zoom Built-in video wall image enlarger Various energy-saving functions-DPMS Auto power off Power save mode, etc.

Manufacturer:Panasonic Product MPNKey FeaturesDisplay CapabilitiesImage QualityAudio FeaturesSpeakersTechnical FeaturesRemote ControlDimensionsWarrantyMiscellaneous
MPNTH42PH12U
Flat Panel Type   Plasma TV
Aspect Ratio   Widescreen (16:9)
Broadcast Format Displayed   720p (HDTV) • 480p (EDTV) • 480i (SDTV)
Screen Size   42 inch
Contrast Ratio   30,000:1
Display Resolution   1024 x 768 pixels
Weight55 lb.
Broadcast Format Supported   720p (HDTV)
Built-in Tuner   NTSC • PAL • SECAM
Native Aspect Ratio   16:9
Interpolated Aspect Ratio14:9 Enhanced
Display Resolution   1024 x 768 pixels
Brightness   1400 cd/m²
Audio Type   Stereo
Number of Speakers2 Speakers
Speaker Power2 x 8 Watt
Energy Star Compliant   Energy Star Compliant
Remote Control   Standard
Width40.2 in.
Depth3.5 in.
Height24.1 in.
Weight55 lb.
Overall Warranty2 Years
UPC37988242672
Family LinePanasonic TH


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