Panasonic’s 103-inch TH-103PF9 is crowned as the world’s largest plasma display. Measuring over 6 feet in width, it features 1,920 x 1,080 full HD resolution, 1.182 x 1.182mm dot pitch, and 5,000:1 contrast ratio. Pricing has been set at or around $70000USD. Video after the jump.

To show off this screen at its best Panasonic had it hooked up to it’s recently launched DMP-BD10 Blu-ray player, which by the way will set you back a wince inducing £1,299.99. Viewing a trailer for Ice Age 2 and The Fantastic Four, images were crisp, vibrant and packed with detail. I’ve always thought that a display like this was a silly idea for a home cinema screen but actually watching a film on it was a completely absorbing experience

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Panasonic’s 103-inch TH-103PF9 is crowned as the world’s largest plasma display. Measuring over 6 feet in width, it features 1,920 x 1,080 full HD resolution, 1.182 x 1.182mm dot pitch, and 5,000:1 contrast ratio. Pricing has been set at or around $70000USD. Video after the jump.

To show off this screen at its best Panasonic had it hooked up to it’s recently launched DMP-BD10 Blu-ray player, which by the way will set you back a wince inducing £1,299.99. Viewing a trailer for Ice Age 2 and The Fantastic Four, images were crisp, vibrant and packed with detail. I’ve always thought that a display like this was a silly idea for a home cinema screen but actually watching a film on it was a completely absorbing experience

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