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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
An astonishing TV, ours failed at first, but all good now
Blake Paine, Amazon
30 October 2011
Summary: Our TV is our main source of entertainment at home, so we decided to splash out on the top of the range TX-P50VT30-B, bought this week from a local supplier for £1765 with a five year genuine Panasonic guarantee included in the price.
Summary: This TV blows away my old 42" Panasonic PX60. The cinema mode is improved, normal mode just as good as before and the new THX and GAME modes are awesome for what they do out the box (with the right input material of course).