The quality has been great and it saddens me that Panasonic is getting out ...
Jonathan D Lewis, Amazon
3 August 2014
Summary: The quality has been great and it saddens me that Panasonic is getting out of the plasma business let alone that plasma as a TV tech appears to be on it's way out... There are a couple issues I have, first, they really should have included at least one pair of 3D glasses preferable 2, I haven't...
Summary: One year later this TV is having picture and software issues. Panasonic warranty is garbage and they are not willing to help even though it's a $3500 TV. Panasonic will never receive my money again.
Summary: Have owned a 50 Pioneer Kuro for a few years. That is the best set (picture) I think that will ever be made. But, I wanted a bigger set. This uses Pioneer technology, and does not disappoint. I'm happy with the picture and the set overall. Would purchase again.
Summary: I'm in the movie biz. I know picture quality. I obsess about it and live for it and need to deal with it in everything I do for my work in post production. We are always after the best quality picture. This TV beats them all.
Summary: What a tv! Natural colors, smooth motion, deep blacks. Perfect for a room with low/no light. Very good in a room with higher ambient light. I eventually returned it for the promise of better things to come from Panny (grass is always greener, right?), but have been second guessing myself ever since.
Summary: I purchard my 65VT50 4 months ago and the picture is fabulous. We do watch the news alot and we started to notice the CNN logo and the lines appear on any light screen colors. I called Panasonic and they told me that burn in is not covered under warrantly. Now I am stuck with a below par TV!
Summary: After owning the Pioneer Kuro for about 4 yrs, I've hesitated to purchase a plasma for fear of disappointment. While the VT50 doesn't quite match the Kuro's black levels or anti-reflective properties, it does not disappoint.