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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.
Average Noise Filters
Glass screen is too reflective; Power consumption.
Lacks a Web browser; no Android remote app; cumbersome cable adapters; pricey.
Picture best in darkened room, Getting color perfect can be a challenge, Expensive, Not as energyefficient as an LCD TV
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.
By PCWorld New Zealand on March 22, 2012
If you watch Blu-Ray and other high-definition material, the Panasonic 50-inch VT30 plasma TV will delight. Once set up, the picture quality from the G14 panel with Infinite Black Pro filter and 6,144 hues is excellent, especially with 24p Blu-Ray...80
By CIOL on March 05, 2012
Plasma televisions have been around but because of price and the higher power consumption, they have really not hit that well with the users. The 65 inch plasma TV from Panasonic is anything but slim, at 6cm and 63kg in weight, like your led TVs. The...-
By Canada HiFi on February 23, 2012
February 23rd, 2012, In Home, Reviews, Television Sets, by Mike OsadciwMuch of the discussion about any flat panel television today is its ability to display true black, like the now historical CRT. There seems to be a race to the “bottom”...-
By Home Cinema Choice on February 08, 2012
Size does matter. Both my wife and the Swedish au pair tell me this constantly, particularly when it comes to our home cinema.The good news is that others agree. One unexpected side effect from the growing take-up of 3DTVs is that folks are migrating...100
By HardwareZone.com on January 25, 2012
Let's put the VT30S in perspective. Apart from the HD-Ready X-series, Panasonic has fitted the V, S and U series with their latest G14 panels. So, what you are really getting out of your money is a dependable THX preset and Professional presets...90
By Tech2 on January 20, 2012
An impressive television, such as the Panasonic P65VT30D doesn’t come cheap. In India, it has been priced at an MRP of Rs.3,79,900. It’s also extremely stylish with a one sheet glass design and with the thickness close to a LED LCD...80
By Pocket-lint on December 08, 2011
A stunning performer in both 2D and 3D that also makes SD looks as good as possible, and has a decent range of Internet-based...90
By T3 Magazine on December 01, 2011
Beautifully built, ambitiously equipped and blessed with a stonking AV performance regardless of your preferred dimension, the TX-P50VT30 is a cut above the majority of highstreet flatscreens. This is a display of legendary finesse. It may be...100
By Good Gear Guide on October 19, 2011
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...80
By Whathifi.com on October 17, 2011
If you want a screen over 50 inches, then you’re stuck with choosing the 55in or 65in sets from the company’s VT30 range. But this isn’t exactly the end of the world, as the VT30 range is the most lavish, advanced weapon in...100