Summary: Awesome television. Went from a Sony 43" LCD Projection TV to this, and...there's no way I'm going back to LCD if I can help it when this TV is ready to be retired. That said, I had to return the first one - it had what looked like hand prints on the inside of the glass. 2nd one arrived and it's flawless.
Summary: I won't go overly into detail about the TV,BUT I did receive this item (pretty much brand new) w/ tax,etc for $850!! was delivered on time,no problems,and what a BEAUTY of a set! I was a little skeptic of getting a 55", since I wanted a 50",but the bigger one was actually less $$! And now thats it up mounted on the wall,it really doesnt seem all that huge-especially since you'll want a bigger set when viewing 3D.And yes,buy the Samsung cheapo glasses,they work fine.As...
Summary: This is an awesome TV! I did a lot of research on TVs prior to purchase. Since a TV is a major piece of furniture in any room, it needs to fit in with the style, as much as it needs to perform with a great picture quality and available features. This TV fit the bill perfectly. The aluminum edge around the TV is a really nice touch, it doesn't look cheap. It truly is a great upgrade from the plastic borders of other TVs. The THX setting on the TV is great!
Summary: I bought this TV in november when it was on sale. This is my second plasma by panasonic and I love it. I use CNET reviews to buy televisions and the 2009 50" i own was number one that year. For the features CNET rated this tv very well. I use the tv for my XBOX and watching 3D and blu-ray movies. First: The whole argument of what technology is better is up to you and your home. Plasmas are heavier and run hotter.
Summary: We owned a JVC plasma TV for 9 years and loved it. WE had to replace it due to a power supply problem. I have researched plasma TVs and read thousands of reviews on them. In the end we decided on the Panasonic Viera because of the technology in the TV and the price. One of the biggest complaints I heard from people was a burn in issue with the Panasonic's. Let me say that we never have had any burn in issues with a plasma TV, including the Viera.
Summary: Great TV that is very easy to use. I had a couple of questions at first and Panasonic support was very good. We have had it for a couple of months now and both my wife and I are seeing picture quality improve the more we watch it. You may want to adjust the picture settings as other reviewers have suggested. We used the other reviewers suggested settings and now use only those settings to watch everything. Picture is consistent both day and night.
Summary: I got this tv about 3 weeks ago after returning 2 Samsung 7150 tvs in a row (because of dead pixels) and I love it! I didn't want to get a plasma a first because of possible burn in issues but the pros outweigh the cons. The picture quality on it is just amazing. The black are inky and without any blooming or light leakage... The image settings were a bit dark at first but the following calibration returns a perfect image. [...