Excerpt: Panasonic Plasma TVs are high up with the best on the market. With Pioneer engineers on board, the Plasma TVs they produce are exquisite. The Panasonic TX-P42G20 plasma TV is no exception. The technology that is used in this new G20 Range of Panasonic TVs is the best on the market. This model in particular is packed with top of the range technology such as a Full HD resolution, Panasonic's Neo PDP plasma technology, 600Hz Sub-field drive with Intelligent Frame Creation...
Pros: Stylish design Impressive features Great Performance Futureproof
David Newton "David Newton - DND Services", Amazon
21 June 2011
Summary: We have owned this set for nearly three months now so it's time to fill people in! I felt like a founding member of the CRTs For Ever campaign. Our old Philips set died and, being totally honest, I moved heaven and earth NOT to buy one of these new fangled sets! My brother in law had recently spent a fortune on a complete 50" Sony Bravia set up and every time I sat down to watch it, all I could see was anything with texture turn to 'velvet' every time the camera moved...
Summary: An amazing TV. However, a couple of tips for those of you who are not so technical - like me. 1. Yes, if you simply plug the cable from your old Sky satellite dish into the appropriate socket you will get Free Sat HD. 2. Internet Connection. After much investigation I opted to buy a Netgear N600 WNDA3100v2 wireless adapter (from Amazon) rather than Panasonics more expensive option.
Summary: I spent a lot of time doing my homework for this purchase. I have no doubt in my mind that I've got it right. It's been a month since taking delivery and almost daily tweaking of settings to get it to that magical point of, whenever I watch this telly, in my mind I go "awesome picture" every few minutes. I have a Virgin Media source for my telly and that was good to start off with picture-wise.
Summary: This television is the best picture quality I have ever seen. Coupled with a Panasonic BluRay player the experience is amazing. I may never leave the house again. The delivery was delayed because of the December snow, but it was worth the wait. Highly recommended to any serious movie fan, who wants the best picture quality available at a sensible price.
Summary: Panasonic TX-P42G20B 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD I have been putting off buying a flat screen TV for a while as there was nothing wrong with my old steam powered 36" CRT Sony. I decided to take the plunge and spent probably the best part of the next 2 months searching the internet and reading online reviews to help me make my choice.
Summary: after looking around to replace my ageing LCD set , i decided to go for this G20 plasma. Great feature set including Freeveiw HD and Freesat , THX certification and at a great price with Amazon for less than £580. very easy to set up and well written manual. i was going to try the calibrated user prefereneces as listed on the AVFORUMS website, but this G20 developed a buzzing noise (especially when the scence changes from Light to Dark) before i could do so.
Summary: Fantastic picture and sounds OK. Looks great. Delivery man carried it in by himself. Easier to unpack with 2 because of size. Very easy to set up and connect to internet and home network although internet is limited to a few sites. Remote control handles Panasonic DVD player and Yamaha sound system so no need for universal remote. Loads of settings to play around with if you want to. Gets great reviews all round.
Summary: Plasmas have their issues static image burn in and power consumption, but when it comes to what you've purchased the damn thing for i.e watch moving images as realistically as possible then Plasma beats current affordable LCD/LED (not OLEDs) hands down. It's easy to look at an LCD and say yes that's good its bright and grabs your attention, but in reality this is LCDs downfall, they are just too bright and and colour realism and contrast is lost.
Summary: First things first, this TV is excellent. The quality of the image in HD is breathtaking (particularly in Blu-ray and FreesatHD) and even standard definition broadcasts look pretty impressive (although this does seem to vary between SD channels). FreeviewHD doesn't quite cut the mustard as far as I'm concerned but that may be down to a weaker transmission signal in my area.