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I took the 8800TA for the ultimate test last night, Star Wars III, and wow, the result was amazing. My DVD is a Sony 730P and I used progressive scan. The TV was set to "Cinema" and DVD to "Cinema 2" preset modes. I connect to the TV via component.

I think the blacks looked a bit dull in comparison with the Pana 500 in the shop, but at these settings I had for SWIII I must honestly say that I have not seen a better picture quality in my life. The colour were amazing and I did not think it lacked any black. As Felix said in an earlier post I did not see any flicker, perfectly sharp picture with no motion blur at all. I am yet to test HD, can't wait to see if it is really possible to get an even better PQ.

I know this may sound a bit biased, but I have been looking for a Plasma for more than a year, reading what other people had to say and comparing all relative brands side by side. Hitachi has always looked the best (Fujitsu is good too, but too pricey) in my opinion.

All I can say is that you cannot go wrong with this Plasma, it is selling for under 4 grand (I got mine for $3900) and it is in my opinion the best value plasma for what you get. Pana 500 can compare in price and maybe PQ, but not on looks, selection of inputs, nor the motorised swivel stand that I find a fantastic feature.

Lasty, I have read your posts the last couple of months with great interest and I am surprised that you went for the Pana, but I trust you will be happy anyway as the Pana is still a great Plasma.

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I took the 8800TA for the ultimate test last night, Star Wars III, and wow, the result was amazing. My DVD is a Sony 730P and I used progressive scan. The TV was set to "Cinema" and DVD to "Cinema 2" preset modes. I connect to the TV via component.

I think the blacks looked a bit dull in comparison with the Pana 500 in the shop, but at these settings I had for SWIII I must honestly say that I have not seen a better picture quality in my life. The colour were amazing and I did not think it lacked any black. As Felix said in an earlier post I did not see any flicker, perfectly sharp picture with no motion blur at all. I am yet to test HD, can't wait to see if it is really possible to get an even better PQ.

I know this may sound a bit biased, but I have been looking for a Plasma for more than a year, reading what other people had to say and comparing all relative brands side by side. Hitachi has always looked the best (Fujitsu is good too, but too pricey) in my opinion.

All I can say is that you cannot go wrong with this Plasma, it is selling for under 4 grand (I got mine for $3900) and it is in my opinion the best value plasma for what you get. Pana 500 can compare in price and maybe PQ, but not on looks, selection of inputs, nor the motorised swivel stand, that I find a fantastic feature.

Lasty, I have read your posts the last couple of months with great interest and I am surprised that you went for the Pana. But, I trust you will be happy anyway as the Pana is still a great Plasma.

I was amazed myself after I walked out of the shop. It was like I was in a trance :blink:

Both the Pana and the Hitachi are the best 42 inchers going at the moment.

The other makers have to come up with something good to beat them.

Perhaps a digital tuner but its hard to improve on the PQ as both are superb.

I liked the lowline look of the Hitachi but I have a centre speaker that may hide some of the screen so that was another factor.

I just thought the Pana had it slightly over the hitachi on blacks when it came to tiny detail when I saw them side by side running the same DVD.

I got the guys in the store to refine but still the Pana got the nod.

The remote control I thought was better than the Pana but will be using a universal so no issue for me.

I think Hitachi has better speakers but again Im using an external source so no issue.

Both Hitachi and Pana owners of the HD 42 inch should be overly satisfied with these current models. :P

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I had a really good look at the Hitachi and Pana at JB's today. Side by side running HDTV the Pana had a very slight advantage in PQ.

I asked the sales guy about the settings and he said that all sets were out of the box settings. He also agreed that a better PQ may be had with tweaking the Hitachi.

In his opinion however the Pana was the better Panel . He cited chinese parts etc ect for this opinion.

HN retailer offered me a very good price on a Pana500 bundled with a very nice stand approximated to around $3600 for the Pana, probably can't get that for the Hitachi.

I still like tha Hitachi though taking missus back on Sunday to look at stands as this is her department after all it's furniture :blink:

cheers

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I had a really good look at the Hitachi and Pana at JB's today.  Side by side running HDTV the Pana had a very slight advantage in PQ.

I asked the sales guy about the settings and he said that all sets were out of the box settings. He also agreed that a better PQ may be had with tweaking the Hitachi.

In his opinion however the Pana was the better Panel . He cited chinese parts etc ect for this opinion.

HN retailer offered me a very good price on a Pana500 bundled with a very nice stand approximated to around $3600 for the Pana, probably can't get that for the Hitachi.

I still like tha Hitachi though taking missus back on Sunday to look at stands as this is her department after all it's furniture  :blink:

cheers

Try to set the Hitachi to the cinema pre-set option, the colours are much softer then. I have not tweaked around with the settings too much, as I think this is a good setting for my liking, I do not like too much colour or contrast.

I had a similar view as you in the store about the Pana, but I couldn't be happier now, the hitachi is a nice looking piece of furniture too. If you look carefully at the Pana, dents on the side and the plastic look makes it look a bit cheap, aestetically at least. You should be able to get the Hitachi for under 4 grand, so price ought not to be decisive for you. Good luck in your choice.

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It was Auburn HN yes it was bundled with a $900 stand so reckon they wanted about $3.6/$3.7 for the TV.

But I am pretty sure I will go with the Hitachi it's a better looking unit and I really like the fact that it has a swivel. The Pana is rigid and will need a diferent base to be able to rotate it.

Hey Taido how do the BLACKS look now you have the unit home and running.

Like I said the Pana was only slightly better for PQ and I imagine when at home by itself and not next to a PIO or a PANA which this one was it should look fine.

Anyone know a good furniture joint in Syd so I can get a decent stand.

I want approx 1.8 - 2.0 metres long approx .45 high and only .45 deep knobby had a cpl nice ones but discontinued them . They only have higher and wider ones now .... I told them I though they were nuts with more slimline tv's people will want more narrower tv stands.

cheers

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It was Auburn HN yes it was bundled with a $900 stand so  reckon they wanted about $3.6/$3.7 for the TV.

But I am pretty sure I will go with the Hitachi it's a better looking unit and I really like the fact that it has a swivel. The Pana is rigid and will need a diferent base to be able to rotate it.

Hey Taido how do the BLACKS look now you have the unit home and running.

Like I said the Pana was only slightly better for PQ and I imagine when at home by itself and not next to a PIO or a PANA which this one was it should look fine.

Anyone know a good furniture joint in Syd so I can get a decent stand. 

I want approx 1.8 - 2.0 metres long approx .45 high and only .45 deep knobby had a cpl nice ones but discontinued them . They only have higher and wider ones now .... I told them I though they were nuts with more slimline tv's people will want more narrower tv stands.

cheers

Enforcer, I am no expert, but who needs to be, it is a matter of personal taste and being happy with the deal I guess.

As I said in an earlier post I took it through the ultimate test with SWIII, it was simply jaw-dropping, I did not miss any blacks as I though I would. My concern was that blacks would look a bit grey, but I can guarantee that this is not so. The setting in the shop was pretty crap, default is "Normal" but to my liking that looks like too much colour and contrast.

Tonight, I will give Batman Begins a run, I am confident the Hitachi perform with this one too.

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It was Auburn HN yes it was bundled with a $900 stand so  reckon they wanted about $3.6/$3.7 for the TV.

But I am pretty sure I will go with the Hitachi it's a better looking unit and I really like the fact that it has a swivel. The Pana is rigid and will need a diferent base to be able to rotate it.

Hey Taido how do the BLACKS look now you have the unit home and running.

Like I said the Pana was only slightly better for PQ and I imagine when at home by itself and not next to a PIO or a PANA which this one was it should look fine.

Anyone know a good furniture joint in Syd so I can get a decent stand. 

I want approx 1.8 - 2.0 metres long approx .45 high and only .45 deep knobby had a cpl nice ones but discontinued them . They only have higher and wider ones now .... I told them I though they were nuts with more slimline tv's people will want more narrower tv stands.

cheers

I paid $299 for a pine stand with 6 shelves and 3 compartments to house the amp and other stuff. its 1.7 x 50 deep x 70 high, I looked for months and found this one by luck, saved $400 bucks. I need 50w to sit the centre speaker and fit the Onkyo :blink:

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Ok finally did the deal today for the Hitachi :P

$3900 for the unit from Bing Lee's delivery should be 7-8 days can't wait.

Also got a stand from Fantastic Furniture 1.7 x .48 x .55 it looks good and will compliment our current furniture all in all a happy camper.

The Hitachi gets the nod over the Pana based on the swivel stand mainly and after another look at the 2 side by side the differences were very slight in PQ.

HN said that 3900 was cheaper than they get them for :blink:

cheers

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Ok finally did the deal today for the Hitachi  :D

$3900 for the unit from Bing Lee's delivery should be 7-8 days can't wait.

Also got a stand from Fantastic Furniture 1.7 x .48 x .55  it looks good and will compliment our current furniture all in all a happy camper.

The Hitachi gets the nod over the Pana based on the swivel stand mainly and after another look at the 2 side by side the differences were very slight in PQ.

HN said that 3900 was cheaper than they get them for :blink:

cheers

Congrats on your new Plasma. How can you stand waiting that long though? :0)

If HN says that this is below their cost they are either lying or simply poor negotiators, not being able to get a better deal from Hitachi.

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Congrats on your new Plasma. How can you stand waiting that long though? :0)

If HN says that this is below their cost they are either lying or simply poor negotiators, not being able to get a better deal from Hitachi.

I went out to look at the Hitachi 8800 and could'nt find one on display in 4 shops, might get a look next week, JB had them but were still unpacked. :blink:

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Ok finally did the deal today for the Hitachi  :P

$3900 for the unit from Bing Lee's delivery should be 7-8 days can't wait.

Also got a stand from Fantastic Furniture 1.7 x .48 x .55  it looks good and will compliment our current furniture all in all a happy camper.

The Hitachi gets the nod over the Pana based on the swivel stand mainly and after another look at the 2 side by side the differences were very slight in PQ.

HN said that 3900 was cheaper than they get them for :blink:

cheers

You won't regret your purchase. I just picked mine up this morning. Been tweeking it all afternoon to get the pic the way I like it. Got just about there.

I am very very happy with the Hitachi 8800 and like all the features I have seen sofar. Can't wait to get a HD STB with HDMI output. Currently using a cheapy ebay SD STB)

Congrats on your purchase and let us know how you are going with it and your favourite settings,

Cheers

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Hi Guys

My two year old Hitachi hasd developed and irrepairable vertical black stripe. It looks liek I can replace it under extended warranty.

One question I have about the 8800. How are you connecting it to Foxtel cable? My Foxtel has a Scart connector and it works great. I don't see any sign of Scart on the 8800 specs.

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Hi Guys

My two year old Hitachi hasd developed and irrepairable vertical black stripe. It looks liek I can replace it under extended warranty.

One question I have about the 8800. How are you connecting it to Foxtel cable? My Foxtel has a Scart connector and it works great. I don't see any sign of Scart on the 8800 specs.

There should be a scart to component converter available, I don't know if it would be possible to get a scart to HDMI.

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Hi,

There should be a scart to component converter available, I don't know if it would be possible to get a scart to HDMI.

Like Taido, I am not sure about SCART to HDMI, but you can certainly do SCART to component. One source of custom quality cables appears to be

http://www.htcustomcables.com/home.htm

who are based in Sydney. They talk about the exact SCART to component for FOXTEL and similar use on the above page.

May be worth giving them a call and discussing other option.

Cheers, Oznetman.

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Hi,

Sorry if this is a dumb question but I am sure I will get helpful answers from this forum.

I have been doing a fair bit of reading over the past few months with the view of purchasing a 42" HD Plasma panel (I was thinking LCD but I am not impressed with the contrast, brightness or viewing angles). This is primarily for my parents (both in their late 70s) to replace the aging and failing 16 year old Sony CRT.

I am tossing up between the Pana 500A and the Hitachi 8800TA both of which have got very good reviews from people here. I am leaning towards the Hitachi because it has a better range of inputs and would look more "at home" in my parents lounge room. Thoughts welcome.

I notice it has two HDMI imputs which is very nice and provides "future-proofing" but it is unclear to me if these inputs carry video and audio or just video. The specification sheets says "video". I am hoping they carry both video and audio (which the HDMI standard supports of course) as I want this to be as simple to use as possible for them. For example connect a DVD player via HDMI, select this input and you get sound and vision using the built in speakers (which I know won't be a match for a home theatre system).

Could someone who has an 8800TA let us know if these two HDMI inputs carry video AND audio? I have my fingers crossed for both!

Many thanks, Oznetman.

P.S. I searched for a PDF version of the manual but couldn't find one anywhere to check this myself. Panasonic make it very easy to download their doco!

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Hi,

Sorry if this is a dumb question but I am sure I will get helpful answers from this forum.

I have been doing a fair bit of reading over the past few months with the view of purchasing a 42" HD Plasma panel (I was thinking LCD but I am not impressed with the contrast, brightness or viewing angles).  This is primarily for my parents (both in their late 70s) to replace the aging and failing 16 year old Sony CRT.

I am tossing up between the Pana 500A and the Hitachi 8800TA both of which have got very good reviews from people here.  I am leaning towards the Hitachi because it has a better range of inputs and would look more "at home" in my parents lounge room.  Thoughts welcome.

I notice it has two HDMI imputs which is very nice and provides "future-proofing" but it is unclear to me if these inputs carry video and audio or just video.  The specification sheets says "video".  I am hoping they carry both video and audio (which the HDMI standard supports of course) as I want this to be as simple to use as possible for them.  For example connect a DVD player via HDMI, select this input and you get sound and vision using the built in speakers (which I know won't be a match for a home theatre system).

Could someone who has an 8800TA let us know if these two HDMI inputs carry video AND audio?  I have my fingers crossed for both!

Many thanks, Oznetman.

P.S. I searched for a PDF version of the manual but couldn't find one anywhere to check this myself.  Panasonic make it very easy to download their doco!

The main reason HDMI exists is that it carries sound as well as picture, the idea is to be able to run only one cable to the unit. DVI carries only picture and hence, 2 cables has to be connected to the Plasma if this option is used. The picture quality should be the same between DVI and HDMI from my understanding.

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Hi,

Sorry if this is a dumb question but I am sure I will get helpful answers from this forum.

I have been doing a fair bit of reading over the past few months with the view of purchasing a 42" HD Plasma panel (I was thinking LCD but I am not impressed with the contrast, brightness or viewing angles).  This is primarily for my parents (both in their late 70s) to replace the aging and failing 16 year old Sony CRT.

I am tossing up between the Pana 500A and the Hitachi 8800TA both of which have got very good reviews from people here.  I am leaning towards the Hitachi because it has a better range of inputs and would look more "at home" in my parents lounge room.  Thoughts welcome.

I notice it has two HDMI imputs which is very nice and provides "future-proofing" but it is unclear to me if these inputs carry video and audio or just video.  The specification sheets says "video".  I am hoping they carry both video and audio (which the HDMI standard supports of course) as I want this to be as simple to use as possible for them.  For example connect a DVD player via HDMI, select this input and you get sound and vision using the built in speakers (which I know won't be a match for a home theatre system).

Could someone who has an 8800TA let us know if these two HDMI inputs carry video AND audio?  I have my fingers crossed for both!

Many thanks, Oznetman.

P.S. I searched for a PDF version of the manual but couldn't find one anywhere to check this myself.  Panasonic make it very easy to download their doco!

The Hitachi 8800TA carries all the inputs you need.

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Hi Guys

My two year old Hitachi hasd developed and irrepairable vertical black stripe. It looks liek I can replace it under extended warranty.

One question I have about the 8800. How are you connecting it to Foxtel cable? My Foxtel has a Scart connector and it works great. I don't see any sign of Scart on the 8800 specs.

Foxtel does not yet support HD, only digital.

You are best going for scart from foxtel into component.The picture will be the same.

I wouldnt be worrying about HDMI until foxtel upgrades their STB with HDMI.

The PQ from foxtel despite them being digital can be at times very ordinary.

The only true benefit I see from foxtel digital besides the EPG and Active news and sport is the digital sound.

If you are running an amp with optical input then hook up that with the foxtel box and enjoy the SQ.

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Foxtel does not yet support HD, only digital.

You are best going for scart from foxtel into component.The picture will be the same.

I wouldnt be worrying about HDMI until foxtel upgrades their STB with HDMI.

The PQ from foxtel despite them being digital can be at times very ordinary.

The only true benefit I see from foxtel digital besides the EPG and Active news and sport is the digital sound.

If you are running an amp with optical input then hook up that with the foxtel box and enjoy the SQ.

I have been running Foxtel though my Hitachi 5000 ever since Foxtel Digital started. I was lucky that the 5000 had a Scart connector so was able to get RGB out of Foxtel. I also have the digital audio connected to my receiver.

I was hoping that the 8800 still had a Scart connector but it does not appear to have one. So I will have to get a Scart to Component cable.

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Hi,

Many thanks for the link to the datasheet.

It was the bit after the HDMI input that I was concerned about when it says:

HDMI 1 (Video)

HDMI 2 (Video)

with the second input having a stereo mini-jack which doesn't seem to make sense if the HDMI inputs are carrying audio as well.

Any advice welcome!

Thanks, Shaun.

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I would love to know that too.

Anyone knows???

Hey All,

I am new to forum but have read posts with much interest. I am interested in the Hitachi 8800. Lot of positive comments on it so far. I wish to purchase one soon and wall mount it. Everyone talks about the motorised stand but can anyone tell me if they have wall mounted one and if so what wall mount did they buy and how much was it.

Mark

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Hey All,

          I am new to forum but have read posts with much interest. I am interested in the Hitachi 8800.  Lot of positive comments on it so far.  I wish to purchase one soon and wall mount it.  Everyone talks about the motorised stand but can anyone tell me if they have wall mounted one and if so what wall mount did they buy and how much was it.

Mark

Just checked in the 8800 manual for you. Couldn't find a part number for a wall bracket assembly.

8800 seems to come with motorised swivel stand as standard.

Sorry, can't help more

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Hey All,

          I am new to forum but have read posts with much interest. I am interested in the Hitachi 8800.  Lot of positive comments on it so far.  I wish to purchase one soon and wall mount it.  Everyone talks about the motorised stand but can anyone tell me if they have wall mounted one and if so what wall mount did they buy and how much was it.

Mark

Jaycar have a wall mount bracket with tilt for $169. a lot cheaper than the 400 bucks the dep stores were quoting me.

cheers

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Hey All,

          I am new to forum but have read posts with much interest. I am interested in the Hitachi 8800.  Lot of positive comments on it so far.  I wish to purchase one soon and wall mount it.  Everyone talks about the motorised stand but can anyone tell me if they have wall mounted one and if so what wall mount did they buy and how much was it.

Mark

Jaycar have a wall mount bracket with tilt for $169. a lot cheaper than the 400 bucks the dep stores were quoting me.

cheers

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I saw the Hitachi 8800 side by side with the Pana 42PV500 with a DVD source (Finding Nemo) at JB in Dandy and the Pana was a lot clearer.  Everything was so much more defined.

Like some of the other guys have posted out of the box settings for the Hitachi seem pretty ordinary.

The comparison I did at JB's in Penrith showed both sets to be nearly identical, the Pana did seem to have a slightly better black but isn't that what they are renowned for.

In fact both sets looked better than the PIO in my opinion.

They were showing a HD loop then went to to the cricket which is SD I think ?

It was the overall looks of the panel, swivel stand, screen res and inmputs that sold me on the Hitachi.

Spoke to the dealer today may have it tomorrow :blink::P:P

PS Matthew how is your Sony HD STB going ?

cheers

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Like some of the other guys have posted out of the box settings for the Hitachi seem pretty ordinary.

The comparison I did at JB's in Penrith showed both sets to be nearly identical, the Pana did seem to have a slightly better black but isn't that what they are renowned for.

In fact both sets looked better than the PIO in my opinion.

They were showing a HD loop then went to to the cricket which is SD I think ?

It was the overall looks of the panel, swivel stand, screen res and inmputs that sold me on the Hitachi.

Spoke to the dealer today may have it tomorrow  :blink:  :P  :P

PS  Matthew how is your Sony HD STB going ?

cheers

How much are you paying and from which retailer? :P

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I got it on pre order from Bing Lees for $3900 they just rung me to say delivery won't be until Monday or Tuesday next week was hoping for it tomorrow, ahh well a cpl more days won't matter.

cheers

Just got back from doing a direct comparison between 42" PIONEER, HITACHI and PANASONIC, and in my humble opinion the PANNY had it ever so slightly over the others at factory preset settings. Seemed to have better blacks and skintones, especially over the HITACHI. I asked the salesguy to adjust the settings but he would'nt oblige. Asthetically speaking the HITACHI looked better as a unit to me but the PANNY picture was terrific and so was the PANNY 50". If the HITACHI adjuasments could be" tweeked" to match the PANNY, I think I would buy it ,it also has 2 HDMI inputs.

Cheers :blink::P

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Just got back from doing a direct comparison between 42" PIONEER, HITACHI and PANASONIC, and in my humble opinion the PANNY had it ever so slightly over the others at factory preset settings. Seemed to have better blacks and skintones, especially over the HITACHI. I asked the salesguy to adjust the settings but he would'nt oblige. Asthetically speaking the HITACHI looked better as a unit to me but the PANNY picture was terrific and so was the PANNY 50". If the HITACHI adjuasments could be" tweeked" to match the PANNY, I think I would buy it ,it also has 2 HDMI inputs.

Cheers :blink:  :P

I had the guy tweak the Hitachi to its ultimate and the Panny was ahead a smidge on detail in some shots.

Its nit picky stuff and once you had the Hitachi home you wouldnt feel as though you have been robbed by PQ.

The sleek lines of the Hitachi and its inputs are a sure winner over the Pana.

I chose the Pana as I wanted to put a centre speaker in front which the hitachi was too low and would have blocked some screen. Inputs werent a concern because im using PC via d sub.

Both the Pana and Hitachi are excellent value and to be honest they are the only 2

to be considered as fujitsu and Pio are over priced and the korean panels arent quite there.

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I had the guy tweak the Hitachi to its ultimate and the Panny was ahead a smidge on detail in some shots.

Its nit picky stuff and once you had the Hitachi home you wouldnt feel as though you have been robbed by PQ.

The sleek lines of the Hitachi and its inputs are a sure winner over the Pana.

I chose the Pana as I wanted to put a centre speaker in front which the hitachi was too low and would have blocked some screen. Inputs werent a concern because im using PC via d sub.

Both the Pana and Hitachi are excellent value and to be honest they are the only 2

to be considered as fujitsu and Pio are over priced and the korean panels arent quite there.

Yeah either panel is a winner, I'm gonna twist the guys arm and get him to fine tune the HITACHI, after all it is only fair to have each panel at it's best. in the interests of the consumer ha ha! :blink:

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I was hoping to have the Hitachi today but not to be  :P

It will be delivered on Monday though   :P

can hardly wait wanted to tinker with it over the weekend.

will post my impressions next week.

cheers

Cool!!!!...another one to soon join the 8800 brigade. :P I look forward to reading your comments/impressions Enforcer. I'm sure you will be as impressed by the display as I've been so far.

I have had the unit 2 weeks now and am VERY happy with my purchase. It was a major step up from my 2 year old LG SD plasma. Gaming on this baby is a delight and of course HD over FTA looks stunning with the proper settings. I had another look at the Panny 500A recently and I can't deny it is a fabulous display too, even at default factory settings, but for my particular needs the 8800 was the slightly better buy.

A bit off topic but anyone thinking about getting into HDTV or just generally interested in tech there is a cool free weekly video cast (IPTV) hosted by Patrick Norton and Robert Heron of TechTV fame. I'm sure there are many other dba forum members who watch it.

http://digitallifetv.com/blogs/digitallifetv/default.aspx

Anyway they had a special on HDTV last week which I found quite informative. You will definitely find out more in-depth info by reading and participating in forums like dba and avs, but I also find it's nice to just sit down and watch a broad level video on the topic from time to time. Although it is an American production the info and views translate fairly well to the Aussie market although we don't have HD Cable TV or HD TIVO of course....damn it!!! :blink:

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I was hoping to have the Hitachi today but not to be  :P

It will be delivered on Monday though  :P

can hardly wait wanted to tinker with it over the weekend.

will post my impressions next week.

cheers

:blink: That will be great enforcer,look foreward to your report :P

I rang a few dealers and it seems both the Panny and Hitachi both very low in stock,most of them are waiting delivery, but I got very good prices quoted on the Panny,even on HN. interest free terms. No one seems to have the Hitachi but JB hi-fi . Cheers

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