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Old 07-10-2011, 01:59 PM
 
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Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

If you ever find yourself at a point where you are looking for an expensive, incredibly high quality television to splash some money out on, this very well may be the one for you. Pioneer has done an incredible job with their previous plasma sets, and the Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV is no exception. It features incredibly deep, dark black levels, and has a full 1,080p resolution. Measuring in at 50 inches, the Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV is a fantastic option if you're willing to spend the money on a high quality television.

Picture quality seems to be the top priority with the Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV. The picture literally comes in completely crystal clear, including the deepest, darkest blacks you could possible find. This is due to Pioneer's cell structure and crystal emissive technology. This results in the Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV being incredibly vivid and bright. With a 1,080p resolution, the Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV can deal with all kinds of high definition content that comes in via a satellite or cable, and can also handle all kinds of high-definition discs, from Blu-Ray to HD.

The Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV also offers all kinds of connectivity, with four different HDMI inputs, two component video inputs, an S-video input, three composite video inputs as well as a PC input. It also has a USB port for viewing photos. The Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV also offers all kinds of different picture adjustment options, and six A/V selection memory modes and six aspect ratio control settings. From there, you are able to choose from four different picture-in-picture position settings.

If you want the best television on the market, try looking into the Pioneer KURO PDP-5010FD Plasma HDTV. It will have you hooked.

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 8, 2010
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