The Panasonic TXP46G10 is a plasma TV with integrated Freesat, the satellite service offering free HD TV shows. It also has incredible motion picture quality, and advanced networking capabilities. You can enjoy the sharpest pictures, true to life colours , and multi-channel sound with interactive contents with the Panasonic Viera TXP46G10B.
With 600-Hz technology, you can see crystal-clear HD moving and still images with 1,080 lines of resolution. Panasonic utilizes a custom image-analysis technique that provides enhanced sharpness of moving pictures. This technology converts the movement in each scene into data, and then display fast-action scenes in full high definition resolution. Each frame is displayed for a shorter time period than previous systems so that aftereffects are minimised.
An improved panel production process and the new Real Black Drive system are incorporated within the Panasonic TXP46G10. The Real Black Drive system (a pre-discharge control system), merges with NeoPDP technology so that next-generation black reproduction is achieved. In any cinematic lighting condition, movies on the TX-P46G10 will achieve the proper clarity and balance to look the way the direction intended.
By simply connecting the devices via HDMI cables, VIERA Link will allow the operation of various AV devices using only the TVs remote control. The already top quality performance of VIERA Link has been made even better with LUMIX digital camera connection. The VIERA can also remotely control the playback of images stored on a Lumix digital when connected by an HDMI cable.
View full-HD images easily with the convenient SD memory card slot on the Panasonic TX-P46G10B. View your photos and motion images and let others see them immediately after they are taken. To display full-HD photos and display photos on the large screen, just insert an SD Memory Card into the card slot on the VIERA. Choose from 4 display effects and 3 background music choices.
The quality of the sound on the Panasonic TXP46G10 is incredible. The V-Audio Surround sound gets its data from measuring sound levels in the room with a digital signal processor, so that the sound that you hear has the proper depth and effects.