|Subfield Drive:||600 Hz|
|Resolution:||1920 x 1080|
|Speaker Output:||20 W|
"The colors looked spot-on, with flesh tones appearing accurate and no significant tinting in any direction"
"The mediocre black levels and not particularly bright panel washed out some shadow details and the murky water scenes looked pale and devoid of detail"
"Like most plasma HDTVs, the PN5300 is a power hog. With energy saving features turned off, it consumes an average of 295 watts under normal use. With energy saving set to Minimum, the screen barely changes and it consumes an average of 276 watts"
Has Great Picture
Purchase this TV not sure what I was getting. Turned out to be a great TV for the price. I was able to hook it directly to my A/V home theatre. I used my HDMI connections on my Audio player and feed them into the HDMI connection on the TV with no problem. All my components play through my Home theatre system. I wish there was and upgrade to the tools settings on the screen. They look a little old fashion. All & All the TV is worth it's cost