New Delhi, India, January 21, 2016: Panasonic has launched its LED TV VIERA TH-49CS580D in the CS580 series in India, which is equipped with advanced Hexa Chroma Drive technology that uses 6 primary colours instead of 3 for a sharper, stunning and dynamic picture quality. It is one of the first smart TVs with the capacity to connect with any Bluetooth speaker, also allowing audiences to enjoy wireless music.
This model features a Super Bright LED panel enhanced with 100Hz Back light Motion Rate and Panasonic’s unique Vivid Digital Pro dynamics.The newest model boasts a screen size of 49 inches with IPS LED Super Bright Plus imagery that has enhanced brightness levels by 57%, with an almost 180° wide viewing angle.The TV includes V-Audio technology, creating superior sound quality, clarity and dot noise reduction.The special adaptive backlight-dimmingfeature sensitizes the TV to changes in the illumination levels of its surroundings.
Along with built-in Wireless LAN and DVB-T2 facilities, the VIERA TH-49CS580D is a DLNA compatible device which supports a variety of systems such as laptops, printers and smartphones across 3 HDMI Terminals and 1 USB Terminal.The TV can be operated via Voice Guidance and the TV Remote App with access to Wireless Media, Internet Apps and Web Browsing. Its Swipe and Share, Easy Mirroring and Media Player options enable users to effortlessly share smartphone and tablet media on theTV screen.
Ashish Sasidharan, Product Head, Consumer Electronics, Panasonic India, said, “Taking forward its commitment of providing the best home entertainment to the customers, Panasonic has introduced the new CS580 LED TV with HEXA CROMA DRIVE. The new technology promises an impressive viewing experience. The wireless connectivity of the new VIERA model with any Bluetooth-enabled speakers has enabled consumers with a one-stop system that has integrated smart TV technology with virtual surround sound. The advancement and enhanced usage of wireless media has given rise to the concept of Smart TVs,for which demand and innovation will only expand in the future.”