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Interactive Plasma Display (65-inch) TH-65PB1

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High image quality

Approx. 110%* of the Color Gamut of the HDTV Standard

High-definition broadcasts are based on the HDTV standard, rather than the conventional NTSC/PAL standard. Panasonic plasma displays reproduce a wide color gamut exceeding the entire color range specified in the HDTV standard (ITU-R, BT.709). This results in a natural and faithful color reproduction on a large screen. Digital Color Reality technology also assures images with immaculate details.

* Comparison based on color gamut

Wide Viewing Angle

Panasonic plasma display panels use selfilluminating pixels to provide more vivid color and sharper images that never appear faded, even when viewed at an angle. Panasonic plasma displays deliver high-resolution images without losing the quality of the original video source.

Native Contrast of 5,000,000:1*1

To take maximum advantage of the inherently superior black expression of self-illuminating plasma displays, the newly developed panel allows the PB1 Series to emit light without the use of a pre-discharge. Its high contrast teams up with deeper black reproduction — which forms the basis of image expression — to render rich textures in images with subtle shading and colour differences.

*1: The dark-room contrast ratio of the panel unit that can be displayed simultaneously on the same screen. Measured in "Dynamic" picture mode using a white signal in a 4% window.

Rich, Expressive Gradation of 6,144 Equivalent Steps

Panasonic plasma displays achieve rich shading with an incredibly accurate 6,144 equivalent steps of gradation in all scenes. These displays deliver richer gradation from brilliant whites to robust blacks, and faithfully reproduce the textural quality of the original video source.