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If you want to get your hands on one of the best HD plasma television sets available in the market today and you have no qualms about spending a bit more, go ahead and make a beeline for one of Pioneer’s more recent releases in the line of plasma HD TVs, the Pioneer PRO-FHD1.

The Pioneer PRO-FHD1, which belongs to Pioneer’s Elite line of plasma TVs, is not designed for the average consumer. It is made to cater fully to the needs of the most demanding and the most discerning of home theater enthusiasts.…

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If you want to get your hands on one of the best HD plasma television sets available in the market today and you have no qualms about spending a bit more, go ahead and make a beeline for one of Pioneer’s more recent releases in the line of plasma HD TVs, the Pioneer PRO-FHD1.

The Pioneer PRO-FHD1, which belongs to Pioneer’s Elite line of plasma TVs, is not designed for the average consumer. It is made to cater fully to the needs of the most demanding and the most discerning of home theater enthusiasts. This 50-inch plasma HD TV has probably the most pixels available in a television set of its kind, 1920 x 1080 pixels. This kind of resolution makes possible what is said to be the most accurate rendering of colors on a TV screen, making for truly clear and realistic hues. The details on the picture are very sharp, regardless of whether the scene is dark or in shadow. False contouring, the setback of many television units, both plasma and LCD, is notably very minimal on the Pioneer PRO-FHD1. Regardless of input, be it a 480i, 720p or 1080i signal, or a DVD movie, you can expect the Pioneer PRO-FHD1 to perform in such an exemplary manner.

There are, nonetheless, a few minor details that detract the Pioneer PRO-FHD1 from reaching actual perfection. One such detail is that the blacks produced by the Pioneer PRO-FHD1 appear a little too light compared to higher-end LCD HD TVs out there. The Pioneer PRO-FHD1 also hums a little; the sound is almost imperceptible most of the time, but it is a little high-pitched when it is noticeable. Also, the Pioneer PRO-FHD1 has the tendency to distort a 480p signal, so if you will be watching that kind of TV input, best not do it on a Pioneer PRO-FHD1.

The Pioneer PRO-FHD1 is a little on the pricey side, that is true, but if you want good quality pictures on your television screen and you are willing to pay top dollar for it, go ahead and purchase a Pioneer PRO-FHD1.

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