CES 2011: Panasonic Launches New 3D Plasma and LED TVs
published onJanuary 17, 2011

CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) is THE place where the home theater system manufacturers rolled out their new releases for the year. Here at JD Pro, we’re excited to share all the new technology possibilities with our customers, from 3D HD TVs that don’t require pricey, bulky active shutter 3D glasses, to new ways to connect your home theatre systems together.

Panasonic has a long list of new products, including HDTV systems and Blu-Ray players for your new home cinema. Here’s a look at some of the highlights:

Panasonic Full HDTV Plasma Models

Panasonic introduced three different lines of Full HD plasma screens, the top-of-the-line VIERA VT30 series (with 65- and 55-inch models), the GT30 series, ranging in size from 50 to 65 inches, and the ST30 series, starting at 42 inches. All three lines are 3D models with 1080p resolution and are VieraCast-equipped for streaming multimedia and Internet-connectivity.

Panasonic Full HDTV 3D LED/LCD Models

Panasonic has also extended 3D capabilities to its LED line with the 37-inch TC-L37DT30 and the 32-inch TC-L32DT30, boasting wide viewing angles and improved motion responses for crisp, cross-talk free 3D images.

Need Home Cinema Installation Services?

Not sure which Panasonic HDTV is right for your new home theatre system, family room, bedroom or kitchen? JDPro offers audio video design and consultation services for home theatre systems and complete home theater installation across New York and New Jersey. We can design a custom home cinema experience, or just mount your new Panasonic HDTV professionally and program your universal remote control.