Summary: I've had this TV for over two years and just felt the need to review it because it's been an amazing TV for me. It's picture rivals that of any Pioneer Elite Plasma (top of the line) and is miles ahead of LCD and LED. The Internet features are clunky, but I'll never use it.
Summary: We purchased two of these models, a 50" and my daughter purchased a 42". We loved everything about it except for one big thing. The 42" lasted one year and my 50" died after two years. It started with a gray strip on the screen and then after a week it just went dark. If you have to have this TV, I'd buy a warranty.
Summary: If you care about picture quality and don't feel like waiting for the VT, look no further. This set has one of the best pictures out of the box I have ever seen, with deep, silky blacks and vibrant (not never overly so) colors. My "go-to" test for black levels is the first scene of Episode 9 of the first season of "Game of Thrones," which takes place entirely in the shadows. Quite frankly, I didn't know blu-ray could look so good.
Summary: We installed this for a client in a conference room. It passed all initial testing and was a breeze to install. Just make sure you have a quality mount and land on the studs or have in wall blocking. You don't want this to fall off the wall. We have had no complaints or service calls. So we are happy!
Summary: I've had the TV for a few months. When I first got the TV I recall thinking the picture was excellent. The previous reviews I read were that the screen starts to fade after a year. That may be true but unless I had a new TV to compare with it's hard to notice. I don't use the 3-D feature. You need to buy a Sound Bar or Surround Sound System because the sound out of the TV is poor.
Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 65-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV
Levelle M Laney, Amazon
6 May 2013
Summary: I purchased this Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 65-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV, 2011 Model in 2012 to replace an older 65-Inch Panasonic Plasma TV that I still own. This was priced last year for about $1,700.00. Some sellers are now asking $2,300.00 and up for a 2011 model. This has an excellent picture and although there is some mirrored reflection on the screen, the price and quality of Panasonic is what it is.
Summary: Was good out of the box, but I had a professional calibrate THX Mode, and I really loved the display. Black level was great, and the color in THX mode was very accurate. Recently sold to a friend (over 2500 hours on it) who loves it, and I bought a VT50. panasonic makes a good plasma.
Horrible customer service but Fantastic Picture Quality, Great Value
21 March 2013
Summary: There are enough reviews out there on the internet about the Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 65-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV and it's (TC-P65GT50) successor that I don't need to add much. Fantastic picture quality for the money and nothing really seems to come close. It is a Plasma so it has a fantastic viewing angle and great blacks but the screen is a bit reflective and not the brightest so you'll have to live with that. It's also one of the most power hungry TVs out there.
Summary: I waited and waited watching for the price to drop, and was rewarded when it dropped to under $1800. Wow, the picture is excellent, and the features are very nice. Love panasonic tv's, this is my second one, and their plasma is second to none. Have had it for almost a year now, and no regrets.