Panasonic Plasma TV 2012

hristoslav2

Active Member
What is reliably known about the new Panasonic plasmas 2012

- The new line gets name xx50. Top models will be - VT50. As I mentioned two months before the Japanese feel superstitious fear of the number 4

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- New design. In the words of a member of Panasonic "will be very contemporary." The framework will become thinner.

- Has promised enhancement, a new scheme of work of the panel. The peak brightness will increase.

- VT50 now exists only in the form of ie engineering models. So-called "masters". Mass production began in late January.

- Flick exposure will normally be in Las Vegas. Control ST50, already delivered some representation in the country.

With EU-plasmas will have a huge problem. The new version of Energy Star 5.1 requires that consumption be limited to 50 "screen, a level not higher than 108Wt 50" FullHD display.

http://www.energystar.gov/ia/partners/product_specs/program_reqs/Displays_Program_Requirements.pdf


All engineering models provide representations ​​in some countries have T-CР models for U.S. / probably produced in Mexico /, which is very stupid of Panasonic Europe. U.S. models are different chassis tuners and naturally will be presented differently.

Models with the support of DVB-T2
Changing stand with new X-shaped.
Starts a new diagonal of 60 inches.
In 2012 the new models have - WiFi embeded, Flash player

Warned that the list below is just speculation!

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slc79

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What you cite here is the old Energy Star specs, the new one is a max 108W at any size of the display, and it's not likely that anyone will reach that on the large panels.

Also, the Energy Star does not apply to the EU. There are other certifications here, but we will probably suffer since most of the models share most of the parts and designs across continents.
 

hristoslav2

Active Member
What you cite here is the old Energy Star specs, the new one is a max 108W at any size of the display, and it's not likely that anyone will reach that on the large panels.
My mistake. :)
In a hurry I have written specifications for the last year. I corrected it ..
 

mikej

Well-known Member
VT50 now exists only in the form of predfabrichni-samples, ie engineering models. So-called "masters". Mass production began in late January.
Panasonic began producing the VT50 back in January 2011 ?

Do they really start manufacturing sets 12+ months in advance... or should that read *begins* in late January - ie. 2012 ?
 

hristoslav2

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fluxo

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What you cite here is the old Energy Star specs, the new one is a max 108W at any size of the display, and it's not likely that anyone will reach that on the large panels.
According to Which, the average energy consumption of the 42" VT30
is 243.5W (149.2W in "Eco mode"). HDTVtest write that it uses 200W
in THX mode. And that's the smallest panel VT30. It will be interesting
to see how much the VT50 series models use.

I don't see a 42" model in the VT50 list. In my opinion, the omission of
a set of that size in the UK would be a mistake, unless they're aiming to
be a niche manufacturer.
 

MultiRoom

Well-known Member
X shaped stands, these look absolutely disgusting on the Sammys. Lets hope Panasonic manage to produce something a little more attractive..........
 

manuxs

Active Member
According to Which, the average energy consumption of the 42" VT30
is 243.5W (149.2W in "Eco mode"). HDTVtest write that it uses 200W
in THX mode. And that's the smallest panel VT30. It will be interesting
to see how much the VT50 series models use.

I don't see a 42" model in the VT50 list. In my opinion, the omission of
a set of that size in the UK would be a mistake, unless they're aiming to
be a niche manufacturer.

There might be a 46VT50, which will be a fine replacement to the 42" model.
 

newbie1980

Active Member
X shaped stands, these look absolutely disgusting on the Sammys. Lets hope Panasonic manage to produce something a little more attractive..........
agree 100%. Highly doubt that x-shaped stands can be made attractive.
 

mikej

Well-known Member
I don't see a 42" model in the VT50 list. In my opinion, the omission of
a set of that size in the UK would be a mistake, unless they're aiming to
be a niche manufacturer.
Note the phrase above the list : 'Warned that the list below is just speculation!' ;)

The same thing happened last year when the USA sizes were announced, with all their models being 50"+. Sure enough, 42 and 46" UK models followed.
 

hristoslav2

Active Member
:)
The top line /VT50/ - touch remote, Flash player, built-in WiFi. New glass design, in the name contains the word - prism

What about LCD line up? any Full-led with IPS-alpha????
There are rumors that there will be models with a diagonal of 47 and 55 inches.
There have been attempts to make some 40th series, Panasonic in the past, a complete failure. Decided not to risk it.

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2012 TV models come with new processors

Type No: MN2WS0150
SoC (System on a chip-> CPU+GPU in one)
CPU: AM34-SMP
GPU: UniPhier Specs?
Process: 32nm
CPU Clock: 486 MHz
Memory: DDR3-1333
L1 Cache: 32kb
L2 Cache: 128kb
Outputs: 1 SD-Card; 3 USB; 4HDMI
Date first available: 09/15/2010


Type No: MN2WS0220 (2 Cores)
SoC (System on a chip-> CPU+GPU in one)
CPU: ARM Cortex 9
GPU: UniPhier Specs?
Process: 45nm
CPU Clock: 2 x 1400 MHz
Memory: DDR3-1600
L1 Cache: 32kb
L2 Cache: 128kb
Outputs: 1 SD-Card; ? USB; ? HDMI
Date first available: 10/15/2011

http://panasonic.co.jp/corp/news/official.data/data.dir/jn100915-1/jn100915-1.html
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/UniPhier
http://www.semicon.panasonic.co.jp/en/pr/11Nov/MN2WS0220/CN00003AE.pdf
http://www.semicon.panasonic.co.jp/en/pr/11Nov/MN2WS0220/CN00003AE.pdf
http://www.semicon.panasonic.co.jp/en/catalog/cat/pdf/A000019E.pdf
http://www.linuxfordevices.com/c/a/News/Panasonic-UniPhier-MN2WS0220-/
http://www.semicon.panasonic.co.jp/en/catalog/cat/pdf/A02001PE.pdf
 
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pppp1

Active Member
Something was said at some point about the largest consumer plasma yet for 2012. A 70 inch VT50 perhaps?
 

late8

Active Member
Well lets just hope the current Green blob issues and other problems that have plagued the 30 Range don't crop up ! ! !:thumbsup:
 

hristoslav2

Active Member
Well lets just hope the current Green blob issues and other problems that have plagued the 30 Range don't crop up ! ! !:thumbsup:
You can ask private developers engineers :)

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In 1996, Plasmaco was acquired by Matsush*ta Electric Industrial Co, Ltd. and is now a subsidiary of Panasonic Corporation.
On January 1, 2005 changed its name to Panasonic Plasma Display Laboratory of America. Based in Highland, New York. Its CEO is Larry Webber Larry F. Weber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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