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.
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.
Summary: I've had this for 7 months now and am still pleased with it, the only down side is that plasma's are a little dimmer than a LED or LCD, picture quality is great, sound is good, menue is good not great. If your a movie buff this would suite you well but for regular TV and use as a computer monitor (which I do) the LED or LCD would be a better choice. So far I haven't had any issues or problems and everything works fine.
Summary: As soon as I saw this TV during a sale I just had to have it since the price was too good to be true. I have yet to see the price go back that low. For a 2011 model, this can still compete with the latest models. It did not make sense to spend over a $1000 more for features that did not make any difference. Plasma is Plasma, 3D is 3D and 65" is 65"! The one minor problem is the sound from the TV.
Summary: I write this review out of thanks for the many who did the same and helped me to come to the conclusion to purchase this phenomenal TV. I'm one of the many who probably over-analyzed this purchase. You know a product is high quality when its used price actually goes up over time. This model is becoming hard to find, for good reason.
It Was Pure Karma (the good kind) That Brought Me To This TV
- "-", Amazon
30 June 2012
Summary: Ok-I'm a 60 year old woman who decided I wanted to turn my drab, old, dungeon-like den into my personal "Girl Cave". After all, why should men have all the fun? My remodel took months-I won't go into all of the details, but it was quite a chore indeed considering I have no construction experience whatsoever. When it came time to order a TV, I originally wanted a 73" DLP, so that's what I ordered.