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Last updated on 11/24/14 13:47:29
 
 
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• 42" Class ( 41.6" viewable ) • 1920 x 1080
 
 
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Panasonic TC - P42U2 | Digital Trends
Panasonic's P42U2 is a 42 inch HDTV television with 1080p resolution and 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Comes with SD Card Slot and Viera Image Viewer...
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4.8/5
Newegg.com - Panasonic U2 42" 1080p Plasma HDTV TC-P42U2
"Great Quality, picked this HDTV up on black friday for 499.99 out the door..."

"The geeky recommendation for this size plasma is, as most know..."

"is 5.5' to 8.6..."

"The "Won't make me coffee" lines are getting old..."

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PANASONIC VIERA 42" Class / Plasma / 1080p / 600Hz / HDTV: 3 HDMI inputs; Secure Digital slot; 1080p resolution...
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Panasonic TC-P42U2 42" 1080p Plasma TV TC-P42U2 B&H Photo
Buy Panasonic TC-P42U2 42" 1080p Plasma TV features Full HD 1920 x 1080 Resolution, 2,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio. Review Panasonic products...
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Panasonic Product Support - TC-P42U2
Obtain product support for Panasonic TC-P42U2 42 Class Viera U2 Series 1080p Plasma (41.6 Diagonal) - 600Hz Sub-field Drive - VIERA Image Viewer (Photo) - VIERA Link ...
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