Excerpt: This is a big TV. It's heavy, too. Moving it is not an easy task. When you get it, and you should, decide where it will live for a very very long time, get it delivered and set up, and don't move it ever. But what a great tv it is. Picture is incredible, Sound is as good as the picture. If you want a huge tv, this is a great one to get. The HD features are excellent, giving a sharp clear picture without any blur at all.
Summary: Got this model last week. Not from Amazon I'm afraid. Went to a local shop for the same price but they not only delivered but also installed. Can't speak highly enough of this set. Great looks and even better picture in 2D and 3D. My 3rd Panasonic and I wouldn't have any other make.
Summary: Picture quality is excellent in both 3D and 2D. I did a calibration using Calman Version 4 and Xrite i1 display Pro sensor,after which the picture quality is just excellent in professional 1 and 2 modes. I was going to wait for a couple more months to post my review just incase I find the odd symptoms previously posted by other customers ie. fluctuating brightness levels.
Summary: After owning a sony led tv nx713 for a year and being generally happy with the set ,i was looking around for a bigger tv to replace this one for are main lounge and move the sony into a games room for the kids .my main points for improvement over the sony was as follows 1.larger screen size as this really helps when watching films to combat the reduction in screen area. 2.
Summary: I'm debating whether to buy this tv or not. I really want it but am so confused. Here is the dilemma, the TX-P50VT30B has "CLAIMED" to have won numerous awards for being the best overall tv set (namely picture quality) for 2011 but yet from reading on forums, owners seem to be suffering from the "Green Blob Effect" on various parts of the screen.
Summary: The T V delivered within the timeframe indicated by Amazon. The picture quality is superb and H D content seems almost to have a 3D quality to it. The limited amount of 3D broadcast I have seen are stunningly real, although the loss of brightness using the glasses supplied is a bit of a problem. Best to have picture setting to "dynamic" when using the glasses.
Summary: We have been looking this Christmas for a new TV and have whittled it down to the 40/46 D8000 of Samsung or this 42VT . I have tripped to Tottenham Court Road, the electronics heaven of London and have traipsed the stores of MK. One of the down sides to Samsung and some pretty damning personal reviews make me lean to the panny, Samsung do a 1 year guarantee and the panny in MK are offering 6 years, that's faith in your product.
Summary: This replaced a 5 year old 42" LCD TV and it is our primary TV in the front room. I have been properly impressed with the picture from this Panasonic, the blacks are deep and the colour is rich and vibrant. The setup process is a doddle and it even detected its own firmware updates over wifi once i had connected it... the best TV I have ever owned and I still dont tire of just gazing at the gorgeous rich colours...
Summary: Whilst I agree that the Panny does have a very good picture, you cannot keep marking it so highly when it is so obviously falling behind in so many other facets of modern TV. For example Panasonic have the worst codec support for digital media files of the big 4 manufacturers, also they have been very slow to adopt the Smart TV functionality and convergence of peripheral devices for media sharing.
Pros: Great picture quality for a Plasma, probably the best on the market
Cons: Styling, Design, Media Support, Smart TV Features
Summary: I have had my 50" VT30 for a couple of weeks now and Iam very impressed. I have had a panasonic plasma in one form or another for a good few years and decided that this year I would treat myself to the flagship model. The last Panasonic plasma I bought was back in 2008 and I can confirm that the technology has moved on significantly, picture quality is amazing, although, as always it's only as good as your source, but watching Blu-Rays is a dream.