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Panasonic 32" LXD52 LCD Panel

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by PhilipL, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. PhilipL

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    Hi

    I have had nosey inside the Panasonic TX32LXD52 with a torch through the back vents and in the top right hand side you can see the LCD panel details, the LXD52 uses a Samsung LTA320W2-L03 panel that according to Samsung's site is quoted as having a 8ms response time (grey to grey) and a 1000:1 contrast ratio, compared to the 800:1 quoted by Panasonic (maybe they are using a newer panel now) and is lit by no less than 16 Cold cathode tubes! Specs are:

    SIZE 32.0"
    RESOLUTION Wide XGA
    NUMBER OF PIXELS 1,366 x 768
    PIXEL PITCH(mm) 0.511
    ACTIVE AREA(mm) 697.7 x 392.2
    MODE PVA
    NUMBER OF COLORS 16.7M
    COLOR GAMUT(%) 72
    CONTRAST RATIO(typ.) 1,000:1
    BRIGHTNESS(cd/m²) 450
    RESPONSE TIME(ms at 25°C) 8(G/G)
    VIEWING ANGLE(U/D/L/R) 89/89/89/89
    INTERFACE LVDS(1ch)
    OUTLINE DIMENSION(mm) 760.0 x 450.0 x 50.0
    WEIGHT(g) 7,000
    PRODUCTION Mass Production

    Google through up some links:

    http://www.samsung.com/Products/TFTLCD/LCD_TV/LTA320W2/LTA320W2.htm
    http://www.miko.se/Datablad/Samsung/LTA320W2-L01 040623.pdf

    Funny it is a panel by Samsung (do Panasonic make LCD's?). It puts me in mind of my old TV that the entire marketing blurb from Panasonic spoke about their TV tubes and all the technology they put into them with all the snazzy names, only to buy the TV and find it came with a Philips tube!

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    Phil
     
  2. mr-monday

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    Is that the same panel that's in the Sony V and S series?
     

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