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Panasonic TX-P50GT60B

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By Home Cinema Choice on 90

Ultra HD and OLED are the current buzzwords in AV, and plasma TV technology feels even more besieged than ever before, with confirmation from Panasonic that its 2013 range of plasma screens will be its last . Thankfully, it's come out with all guns...

By Whathifi.com on 100

Panasonic's GT range has been a favourite of ours for a few years now, and the TX-P50GT60B isn't about to let its good reputation down. One of the great things about the Panasonic GT line-up is that it offers a lot of the high-end features that...

By TechRadar on 90

One of the best value, and best quality, ways to create a big-screen home cinema in one swoop, the TX-P50GT60 impresses with HD and 3D, and upscales low-bitrate sources exceptionally well. My Home Screen is likeable and just a Lovefilm app away from...

By Expert Reviews on 100

The TX-P42GT60B has superb black levels and stunning...

By tech.uk.msn.com on 100

LCD might still be winning the popularity war, but the Panasonic P42GT60 proves categorically that when it comes to stone cold picture quality, there's plenty of life left in plasma...

By CNET UK on 100

The Panasonic TX-P42GT60B really is a stunning TV. It produces the best pictures we've ever seen at this price point, while also offering a genuinely useful customisable homescreen system and impressive sound...

By Trusted Reviews on 100

Despite kicking off its 2013 telly season with a series of LCD models and repeatedly suggesting that its plasma future is looking bleak, Panasonic still hasn't totally given up on plasma technology. In fact, on the evidence of the Panasonic P42GT60...

By HDTV Reviews on

New Panasonic Plasma season continues with the delivery of the TX-P50GT60, which is one of a trio of new ranges to be powered by the Japanese manufacturer’s Hexa-Processing Engine. It sits above the recently reviewed ST60 series, but below the...