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Ralf Jurrien : August 29th 2007 - 19:01 CET

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PanasonicBiggest flat screen HD plasma TV : Ken Crane’s, Southern California’s big screen headquarters, unveiled the world’s biggest flat screen HD plasma television exclusively available at Ken Crane’s stores in California at the ultimate VIP sneak peek on August 15 in its West Los Angeles location. Spanning 103 inches and weighing 485 pounds, the Panasonic HD plasma television is the ultimate television experience. Ken Crane’s is one of four retailers nationwide selected to offer the world’s biggest plasma TV to consumers, and the only retailer in California.
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“This television is beyond your wildest dreams, it’s a giant movie theater in your home with best HD quality picture currently available,” said Steven Caldero, Ken Crane’s Vice President and COO. “Ken Crane’s was the obvious choice for Panasonic when selecting an exclusive West Coast retailer. We have grown with Los Angeles to become a local landmark and consumer favorite, always striving to offer the latest and greatest for our customers.”

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The 103-inch Panasonic plasma TV features nearly 4,500 square inches of display area, a 1080p full HD screen and the same high-quality picture, consistent brightness from any angle, and smooth motion during high-speed action that made Panasonic the best-selling plasma brand in America. Delivery is a delicate process, and Panasonic uses a specialized lift to remove the TV from packaging following a personalized site-check by Panasonic to determine wiring needs and whether the location can support the weight of the giant TV. It retails for $70,000, plus delivery and installation. As Southern California’s home entertainment experts, Ken Crane’s focuses on providing the ultimate customer service experience by knowledgeable professionals in comfortable home-like environments.





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