'Bright Picture Capability with strong Peak Whites'
'Very smooth panning. '
'Reds and greens are especially vibrant and searing, even after a thorough bout of calibration.'
'built-in 3D processor'
'Superb streaming and widget content via well-integrated Apps platform. '
'good color fidelity'
'Requires firmware update to play media on USB drive.'
'very good sound quality'
'A green tint problem plagues the Asus VG236H. '
'Immersive visual experience'
'very modest price'
'great sound quality'
'The TV is a hefty four and a half inches deep to accomdate the Local Dimming LED backlighting but it has an attractive, thin bezel surround the anti glare screen -Phil Conner'
'it features technologies that make standard HDTV look boring and dull.'
'The menu system is quite extensive, so the easy-access quick menu for aspect ratio, picture, and sound modes, the timer, and other oft-used functions, is welcome.'
'Images from Braveheart and Tomorrow Never Dies were crisp and background noise is nearly eliminated.'
'extremely fast screen response time'
'Clumsy switching between inputs..'
'excellent black level'
'* Doesn’t outperform its predecessor (TH-50PZ800U). * Color reproduction doesn’t match the HDTV standard, being more vivid.'
'Color™ design and sharp 1080p picture'
'most lifelike LCD action'
'impressive 150,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio'
'the picture quality is superior to the old LCD models at the expense of the viewing angle.'
'easily the coolest looking plasma HDTV'
'This model has a network connection that was easy to setup.'
'Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio technology provides improved, purer black-level and color performance for sharper detail and more vivid colors.'
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