Pros: Very accurate colors & shading (black levels) Unlike LCDs there is very little motion blur Many input, 3D & screen size options Screen size & anti-glare Both the stand and TV are very sturdy, but not too heavy Image visibility good at all angl
Cons: Higher power consumption than LED TVs Plasmas can get a little warm on top of the TVs I have one dead pixel line on the right side of the screen after a year
Pros: Picture quality & black levels are outstanding. Sports and HD movies are my main passions and this set really delivers. No buzzing of any kind & after 3 months see no problems with image retention or and no sign yet of any loss of black level.
Cons: Price. The G25 is available for far less and is an excellent set in it's own right, but put them side by side and in my opinion it's worth the extra money.
"Great reviews, but full DLNA support is the future!!!"
5 October 2010
Pros: I do not have this set, but I am in no doubt this review is accurate
Cons: Windows Home Server "Vail" is soon out with full support for DLNA on video/audio codecs. Current beta does not have full, but pretty god already (e.g. no MPEG-2, but full MPEG-4). TV producers need to give the users the power to see their content.
Pros: Black levels are like ink on the screen. Color reproduction is almost perfect. Lots of adjustments. Hardly any ghosting in 3d mode. Can sit at almost any angle for 3d. Comes with one pair of glasses. THX modes makes for easy calibration.
Cons: Comes with only one pair of glasses. Glasses are not the most comfortable. Wii does not look great would like the tv to support more video and music formats. i.e. (.wmv.avi .mpg4 .wkm .acc) No 3d button on remote