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Sanyo 50″ Class Plasma 720p 600Hz HDTV, DP50710 Review

November 23rd, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Sanyo the japan based consumer electronics giant have come up their latest LCD high definition television which has a display size of 50 inches named Sanyo 50″ Class Plasma 720p 600Hz HDTV, DP50710. The dynamic contrast ratio of this television scales up to 2, 000, 000 : 1 and the brightness value measures as high as 750 Candela per metre square. The Display technology that is used by sanyo for manufacturing this television is LCD display technology. Sanyo 50″ Class DP50710 HD Television has the highest brightness value compared to the other televisions that are available in the market built with the same LCD display technology.

The aspect ratio of Sanyo 50″ Class Plasma 720p 600Hz HDTV, DP50710 is 16 : 9 and the maximum video resolution supported by this television is 1024 x 768 pixels. This can’t support the 1080p content thus getting the full HD feel out of this television is ruled out. There is an USB port available in this television, so there possibility of connecting any USB media or a digital camera and browsing through the contents present in it or playing the contents that are available. However there are no Ethernet ports or built in wireless adopters through which the television can be connected to Internet and the user can stream or play content from the Internet. Thus the whole world of Internet is made unavailable to the user via his / her television.

Sanyo 50″ Class Plasma 720p 600Hz HDTV, DP50710 has built in integrated tuner which can receive NTSC / ATSC / ClearQAM signals, decode them and display them on the television. Thus this television will be able to display audio video of free to air channels even without a settop box. There is a 3D comb filter in place and also the television weighs 100 pounds. The television technology used for building this television is plasma technology. Though this television cant give the user the complete high definition experience it can give an experience which is greater than that of the Standard definition experience.

Sanyo Plasma 720p 600Hz HDTV, DP50710 is not ultra slim like other HD television that are available in the market as its width or thickness measures 16 inches. The audio that is played by this television is as good as its video quality. Thus this television will give the user an enhanced experience than what he / she was used to. The response time of this television is very less compared to the other televisions that are in the market. The length of this television measures 60 inches and height measures 36 inches. With a good home theater system the user can easily simulate a theater in his / her living room. This is simply the best home theater television that anyone can dream about.

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  1. Terri
    February 12th, 2011 at 15:20 | #1

    Just bought the 50inch Plasma HDTV took it out of the box hooked it up and the sound is awful. The left speaker has such a vibration even on the lowest volume.picture quality sucks too.

  2. April 16th, 2011 at 05:12 | #2

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM LEFT SPEAKER IS SHOT WE GET WHAT WE PAY FOR!!!!!PIC QUALITY ON MINE IS GREAT!!!! NEED EXTERNAL SPEAKERS TO GET THE BEST OUT OF THIS TV…..

  3. Tathiana Cobos
    September 16th, 2011 at 15:00 | #3

    This is the worst TV ever and sanyo customer service is the worst as well. TV broke down 3 times and I bought november last year. They send a technician to repair it the firs time and after a week it broke again, they send a technician again and again it broke down after 2 weeks. Now Ive been with no tv for over a month because sanyo cant deal with this issue. Sanyo customer service people are really the worst I have ever seen. They treat people like crap and dont care, and whats worst they dont back up their own product

  4. Beauty
    February 14th, 2012 at 09:11 | #4

    This really sucks to hear from all of you about the Sanyo. I have heard some great things from a few of my DISH co-workers about it. I don’t know if it was this exact HDTV that they have but they said that the video and audio on the Sanyo was amazing. Hearing about this is making me second guess getting it. Honestly, I just want the best to go with my HD free for life programming from but it seems like this isn’t the best. Maybe I will read some more about it. Well wish me luck all.