Packed with features, the 50 inch Magnavox 50MF231D/37 Plasma HDTV delivers a bright, high contrast HD picture with great 20W stereo sound that allows you to experience your HD programming, not just watch it. Features include built in ATSC/QAM tuner, 3D motion adaptive de-interlacing, 3D comb filter, brightness of 1500 cd/m, contrast ratio of 10.000:1, 1366 x 768 resolution and 170 degree vertical/horizontal viewing angle. Inputs include HD component input, SD component input, HDMI input, 2 S-Video and 2 A/V inputs.
Digital Tuner: ATSC
Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes, VGA Yes, Component Video Yes
Display Type: Plasma TV
Max Resolution: 1366 x 768
Product Title: Magnavox 50" Plasma TV
Power Score: 2.0 | 3 Reviews
Diagonal Screen Size: 50 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (3)
Strengths: Picture quality was decent
Weakness: Power supply has a known problem with capicitors. Volume controls stink, remote that it comes with is horrible. Very heavy tv with only 1 HDMI output.
I would not invest any money into purchasing this TV. Too many problems and customer support sucks. Bought this TV 4 years ago and was told plasmas would last a long time. I had to replace the capicitors in this model twice and then the power supply blew. I will never purchase another tv from philips. Please if you want to invest money into a TV do not purchase this product.
By anonymous; - Mar 24, 2011
Strengths: Picture, set up, easy to use remote, great price.
Weakness: Too few hdmi inputs, no ambi-light.
Gerat television. Got it on sale at Home Depot. Would recomend it to any one looking at a 42". 50" is much better. You have to learn all the hdtv p's and i's, but you will with any hdtv.
By idaram - Feb 7, 2007
Strengths: great picture, lots of different inputs, digital tuner picked up over a 100 cable channels
Weakness: lots of extra noise
very annoying buzz sound when ever a picture is on the screen. buzzing changes pitch depending on color of picture. i purchase two TVs they both make the same noise.
By j3db - Jan 5, 2007