Summary: I had done a lot of research on TV's before this purchase. Basically, plasma is best in darker settings and LED or LCD in more lit up settings. The Picture quality is superb, the remote control is very easy to understand. The only thing holding back 5 stars is the sound. It has settings to adjust according to how close to the wall you have the TV but for some shows it doesn't matter. I also didn't want to have to change setting according to what show I'm watching.
Summary: I am very satisfied with the picture quality: deep black, fast response, lively colors, wide viewing angle, beautiful hi-def images. I was somewhat surprised to see that it has better quality picture than an equivalent LCD. Has lots of inputs which is useful given that I use it with the several devices. What could still be improved: - relatively slow start - ads served at start-up and on the on-screen volume control. They are not that intrusive but I could do without.
Summary: Everything I've read about plasma vs LCD pointed me towards the Panasonic plasma TV. I watch lots of movies and the high-res BluRay rips look excellent. Be aware that the plasma throws off a TON of heat, even at idle. Lots of options in the display menu to tweak the image for your satisfaction: vivid, sports, THX (both standard and bright-room).
Summary: I have had this tv since Christmas and I must say that the picture quality and ease of use is Awesome. I believe Panasonic should include a couple of pair of 3d glasses , but I knew they didn't when I purchased . I highly recommend this product.
Summary: Great picture, with deep, deep blacks. The "white glove" delivery was good, too; the deliveryman put it together, set it up, made the connections, made sure the inputs were all working. I could not be happier with this purchase.
Summary: It was a bit of a disappointment compared to the 5 year old 50" Panasonic Plasma TV I just replaced. The reviews on the 65" were great but I found that the TV doesn't stand up to all the hype. The biggest issue is brightness. It has a dark drab look compared to the older plasma no matter how I adjust it. Maybe there is something wrong with it, who knows. Also, this TV was not compatible with my Panasonic Home entertainment system. What a pain this was.
Summary: The image quality on this TV, when using a 1080p source, is truly amazing. Once calibrated the darks look great and the colors really pop. The TV has some shortcomings (listed below), but the only thing I really care about is the picture quality and, IMO, it's second to none. The Viera internet software on it is great. I have a 2 year old Panasonic Blu-Ray player that has the same interface but runs much slower.
Summary: Pros: - Picture Quality: it is as good as anyone has ever said it is - period. Watch a blue-ray movie and it's stunning. The black is so dark that it can difficult to tell the difference between the screen and the edge of the TV. - Game Play: The TV has special game play modes which helps when there is a lot of movement on the screen. - 3D: I have not tried this mode. - TV Finish: the fit and finish of the TV is very nice.
Summary: What more can I add to what's already been said, by people who know a lot more about this stuff then I do... I originally bought the Panasonic TC-P60UT50, but upgraded to the GT. It is absolutely stunning in image quality, performance and styling.
Pros: Superior image, colors, detail and deep blacks.