Summary: The picture quality and everything about the TV is fantastic until you have a service problem with it. A person would think that the Main Powerboard would be a standard part and that it would not take too long to get in.
Summary: I have had this TV for just a few days but felt compelled to write this review. Let's start by saying this panel is BIG. Not just big but really big. It also weighs a ton. It will take 2 strong people to install it. It's a very attractive TV. The picture is absolutely outstanding.
Summary: OK, I sat down intending to write a bad-ass review that would detail all the trick features this set has and how Panasonic really rocked out the picture and sound quality, the black levels, etc.
Summary: After having the tv for 2 months now, we are very happy with it. I ranked connectivity a 4 because there are only connections on the left side, and because if you want to use the audio out on the tv, the best connection you can get is digital optical.
Summary: After about two months of research and extensive digging into reviews, stores and technology there were only two options, the Pioneer 60 inch Plasma (which I have to admit is a tad bit better) or this TV. There is nothing that even comes close if you want what TV's is for - picture quality.
Summary: I bought this via a different online store - it was a few hundred dollard less at the time. I paid $2500 shipped and I now see Amazon has it for the same price. Here are a few paragraphs about my Panasonic V10.
Summary: I am a study freak when purchasing a TV, the black levels are unreal, the picture quality is off the charts. I have a 42 inch led Samsung in my bedroom, and my new Panasonic 65 inch Plasma blows it away, and that's hard to do. If you are looking for a big tv, look no further.
Only if you want the best. Not for the tech-inept.
G. Ross, Amazon
22 October 2010
Summary: Let's start by asking why you want this tv? LCD tv's are lighter, use less energy, costs have come way down, no screen burn in to worry about. However, Plasma tv's are still cheaper, have greater viewing angles, and produce vastly better picture quality.