Summary: After considerable research I focused in on the shutter-based 3D solution. The result was extremely satisfying, matching the other reviews and reports from similar customers. The fixed polarized solutions fail with any head tilt or angle of viewing outside the sweet spot.
Summary: The Panasonic TC-P65VT25 is an amazing product. The ability to reproduce high definition 1080p images and action sequences is excellent. Blu-ray movies such as The Dark Knight, The International, and the BBC series Life have incredible clarity and realism on this TV.
Summary: I was in the market for a tv and wanted this 65 incher but for my room size i got the 58" TC-P58VT25. this tv is so amazing, at first i was sceptical if i wanted a plasma cause a few years ago i know they had a burning problem, but when i told that to my guy at ultamate electrics he agreed and said...
Summary: Right now at Video Only You can get this TV with A Panasonic 3D blu-ray player, two extra sets of 3D glasses, Avatar in 3D (Panasonic exclusive) AND they paid the tax on the deal, so the whole package was $3,200 !!
Summary: This is the flagship of the Panasonic line. The 3d is amazing and the 2D is the best picture of any tv out there. Hands down best TV made right now. Even 2D looks like it has a 3D feel to it. I owned a 2 year old panasonic plasma 58 inch and upgraded to this.
Summary: I got my 65" VT25 on December 22 and it ran for about 35 minutes and died at 10:30 AM. I had it on a UPS with a Powerline conditioner but with the Yamaha RXA-1000 amp the service waatage of the UPS was exceeded. We had a big storm with lots of voltage fluctions and spikes. So bad news.
Summary: I think I just bought the last Panasonic TCP65VT25 TV in North America. I was one of very first adopters to the Plasma technology and Flat screen TVs nearly 10+ years ago. I had owned my panasonic 50" HD Plasma for 8 years before upgrading to the 3D. Panasonic/Pioneer is by far the best Mfg.
Summary: I'll keep this short: PROS 1) Great vivid picture. Fast refresh for basketball, etc. 2) Very wide viewing angles. 3) 3D works remarkably well, although is (obviously) dependendent on great 3D rendering by producers. 4) Extra connections to YouTube, Netflix, etc. are handy.