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8.8 out of 10

Panasonic TC-P65VT30

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Overall 9

Panasonic TC-PVT30

4 September 2014
  • Summary: Superb all-around picture quality, anchored by the deepest plasma black levels of the year, make the Panasonic TC-PVT30 series the best-performing TV we've tested in 2011.
  • Pros: The Panasonic TC-PVT30 has outstanding overall picture quality, with superior black-level performance, very good shadow detail and accurate color points in THX mode. It can handle 1080p/24 sources and bright rooms well and exhibits the nearly perfect screen uniformity of plasma, as well as very good 3D picture quality. It includes one pair of 3D glasses and a Wi-Fi dongle. Its Internet suite is simple to use yet content-rich, and its styling is understated and classy ...
  • Cons: The VT30 is very expensive, and last year's Panasonic plasmas lost black-level performance over relatively short periods of time. Its color is not as good as the best current plasmas and it uses significantly more power than LCD TVs.
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Overall 8

Panasonic’s largest, biggest, best 3D plasma -- but is it as good as you’d hope?

Good Gear Guide.au
8 October 2011
  • Summary: Panasonic's latest and greatest and largest 3D plasma TV is excellent when paired with a high quality Blu-ray player, for both 2D and 3D movies. It's not even especially expensive given its huge screen size. Its internal digital TV tuner isn't very good though, so we'd recommend pairing it up with a TiVo or other high quality PVR. In addition, a few other questionable video quality changes since last year's VT20 mean that the VT30 isn't better in every way.
  • Pros: Good 3D and 2D Full HD performance, Surprisingly reasonable price tag
  • Cons: Free to air TV doesn't look great, Black performance isn't perfect
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Overall 7

Pantalla Panasonic Viera TC-P65VT30X-P de 65 pulgadas

25 November 2011