Marantz PD5020D Flat Panel Televisions


Flat Out Better... Here’s the “skinny” on the latest, greatest, highest performing 50" widescreen HD-Ready plasma monitor ever, the Marantz PD5020D. This advanced flat panel display is capable of producing extremely accurate images that are brighter and more colorful without sacrificing contrast. With a built in scaler specifically designed for video reproduction, the PD5020D is compatible with virtually any source available. To see why “the walls are jealous” visit an authorized Marantz dealer today.

User Reviews (1)

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Tim Coughlin   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 19, 2003]

Larger color range than ANY other panel on the market.


Remote codes are non exsistant and the Marantz web page is not very supportive.

I wrote an itial review for this panel about 2 months ago. (See PD5010d) The catagory for this model was not open yet. Here is the the follow up to the initial review: Great skin tones and colors. I am a professional photographer and skin tone is the litmus test for color quality. Great detail. I usually watch HD channels or digital broadcasts. Once you watch these on the Marantz with 1080 def, you will not watch regular TV anymore. DVDs are spectacular. You may be seeing a trend here. The higher quality of input, the better the viewing, however, this panel multiplies the quality significantly. This panel is so new that my installer(s) could not program it into my main remote. In fact, there were no codes for the remote. Making adjustments to the screen, sizing, contrast, etc., were are very easy on the Marantz remote that comes with the panel. Biggist bonus, my sports hating wife loves watching sports on this panel. Esspecially the HD broadcasts of hockey. It IS like being at the game live. I am blown away at the quality every day. After 6 months of shopping, this is THE winner!

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