Summary: My experience with Panasonic Nice televisions... unless something goes wrong! As an avid Panasonic customer (owning more than one Panasonic television and a couple of high-end Lumix cameras), I purchased a top-of-the-line 54 inch 3d Panasonic plasma TV (model VT25) less than two years ago (1 year, 8...
Summary: This TV works and looks great! I was amazed at how well the 3D effect looked. The one big area for improvement is in connecting to a home theater system. If you bought a Panasonic Home Theater, it is quite straightforward.
Summary: I was totally psyched to get this TV. I researched everywhere, saw that CNET gave it 'best 2D image of 2010' or whatever, and the 3D at the stores I saw it at looked really good. I got it, though, and was surprised that there is a strong, loud buzzing coming from the TV whenever you turn it on.
Summary: I researched 3D TVs for weeks to find the right one. After much internet searching and speaking to friends and co-workers, I decided on this product along with the 3D Blu-Ray Cinema Surround Home Entertainment System.
Summary: I shopped for months before selecting the Panasonic vt25, best thing I ever did. Can't beat the picture in 2-d, and the 3-d jumps out of the screen while the others seem to fall back into the screen. Just an awesome set. Amazon shipped it fast and delievery was excellent.
Summary: Highly recommended. I've had this television for nearly 2 months ...all I can say is WOW...WOW. What a great picture. Running it with the THX Pre-set. Deep, deep blacks. Very "film-like" quality to the picture. Vivid color. Great 3D. Got the Avatar package for additional 2 sets of glasses.
Summary: Well, I did my homework before I bought and this was certainly no disappointment. It's picture quality and color are nothing short of fantastic. The 3d works without any ghosting and there is no humming noise coming from the TV as reported in some past reviews.
Summary: I had purchased an LG 47" LED/LCD 3D TV about 4 months ago more for the good price and the thought this technology will be changing quickly in the next few years, so I would upgrade in a few years.