Excerpt: I’ve been looking for a new tv for the past 2 months or so. With so much technology out these days, and so much money invested in the purchase of the tv, it’s always better to be as resourceful as you can.
Only problem is that I could not upgrade the vierra cast yet though I enjoy Amazon video thoroughly with this TV
4 July 2014
Summary: I own it since this had big buzz about it.I tried with normal OTA antenna and the picture is stunning.I will not trade this one with anything in the market now.Only problem is that I could not upgrade the vierra cast yet though I enjoy Amazon video thoroughly with this TV. Awesome TV in one word.
Summary: I've had this tv less than a year, surge protector and all the stuff you could have for protection and it won't turn on any more. Red light blinks 15 x's. Think i got about 120 to 200 hr hrs use from it before it went black on me. Not much of a tv guy, but I like to watch the news and a movie once every couple months. Spend your hard earned money on s/thing else. This just didn't last long at all. Probably be cheaper to buy another tv than to fix this one.
Summary: I've owned this set for a while now. Got it after rave reviews from several sites. Panasonic seemed to have had issues with some TV sizes and batch dates. THX was off. The screen had a greenish cast. Panasonic did fix this with firmware updates. But before that, there was a lot of internet chatter and many owners were pissed. Some of us (myself incld) calibrated the set and it looked good after that.
Summary: I have had my TV for 3 months and haven't had any issues yet. The picture quality is outstanding. It has very deep blacks making the picture quality amazing. Plenty of HDMI inputs which came in handy because my surround sound came out before HDMI. So I go direct to the TV with my cable box, xbox, and blue-ray player, then audio out to my surround sound. The TV works as the hub for all of my equipment. I can't say enough good things about this TV.
Summary: Excellent plasma display. This is my second Panasonic and i just moved from a Samsung LCD. For movies i prefer plasma. Sound quality in not applicable because all Audio is routed to my home theatre system. This is a clean unobtrusive design that just works. My colleague has the discontinued pioneer 60" KURO and the differences in picture quality are negligible.
Summary: Finally took the jump to plasma, and finally chose (after much research) to do it with a 50-inch V10 from Panasonic. So far this TV is absolutely amazing with an incredible picture. It really delivers amazing color and incredibly dark inky blacks. It is a joy to watch and play video games on (PS3). No problems experienced at all whatsoever with image retention.
Waited a Year to Buy this HDTV and it was Worth the Wait!!!
M. Petruccelli "TrentonHawk", Amazon
31 January 2010
Summary: Well I researched and researched HDTV's from Samsung, Pioneer and Panasonic. Every review kept me coming back to look at the TC-P50V10 from Panasonic. At the big retailers the TV was beautiful in person as far as the build and overall appearance, but was not setup to display the best possible picture. Even not being able to view it in person on optimal settings, I knew this TV was going to display a glorious picture.
Summary: We had a 42" Samsung EDTV that was six year old so buying this 50" TV has been a tremendous upgrade. The picture quality of this Panasonic seems to provide more of a "Theatrical" Experience. We use it for HD programming as well as blue ray. I had considered the Pioneer Kuro that has been discontinued. I was looking for a higher end 50" plasma with 1080P without breaking the bank.