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. Home network hookup was simple. 5) We use external sound, so cannot comment on the sound. CONS 1) Gives off lots of heat.
Summary: I bought this TV just in time for the Superbowl. I searched out this TV, because of the ratings I found in multiple locations including Consumer Reports. Positives.) ..This TV has an absolutely stunning picture, and the cleanest blacks I've ever seen. ..The 3D is the best out there, supporting several formats, and adding real WOW to any 3D programming. ..The Viera cast internet apps are a nice touch, with Skype, Utube, Pandora,weather, Bloomberg, etc, etc... .
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. of plasma TV. Had the new one installed yesterday. Wathed the SuperBowl on it. The results were amazing. The TV is great. The 3D is amazing.
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. Good news after failing to get make any progress with the Best Buy folks I turned to the Panasonic Concierge service and got a referral to an authorized service tech at about 1:30 PM.
Summary: Fantastic picture quality, 3D is exceptional, blacks are phenomenal, no anoying buzzing (typical with Samsung). Have yet to get calibrated but can the picture really get any better I wonder? I will update after calibration in February 2011 to let you know but I don't see how the picture quality can get any better than this.
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 yes they did but now panasonic has an anti burn feture witch pixels move on screen so they never burn.(you never see it happen).
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. The TV arrived in perfect condition, functioned as advertised, and has a wonderful bright, crisp, and balanced picture. The supplier was prompt, careful in shipping and offered an excellent price.
Summary: My introduction to the Panasonic 65" plasma was from the reviews made by Cnet. I must totally agree with all the great reviews that they had to say about the unit. It is without question the best TV I have seen. I love the fact that I can connect directly to the internet and the Skype communication application is a bonus. The size, although bigger than the 60" rear projection previously owned, takes up but a fraction of the space. I finally got back my family room.
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. Motion and aliasing artifacts are very infrequent on blu-ray, DVDs, or HDTV. The product rivals the Kuro line by Pioneer.