Panasonic TX-P65V10B

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  • Panasonic TX-P65V10B
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Based on 14 expert reviews
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Expert reviews and ratings

By Expert Reviews on 60

Packed with features, the TX-P42V10B has decent image quality, but not good enough to justify its higher price and power consumption....

By Trusted Reviews on 90

I've already seen a large number of TVs from Panasonic's current, expansive range, some great, some good, some average, some innovative, some straightforward - really, it's been quite a roller-coaster ride. But to some extent the P58V10 is...

By CNET UK on 90

With Pioneer on the verge of disappearing from the UK TV scene, it's a real relief to find a set like the fantastic Panasonic Viera TX-P58V10. It proves that, even after the death of Pioneer tellies, movie buffs will still be able to get their hands...

By TechRadar on 80

Replacing last years PZ800s, the Panasonic TX-P65V10B is second only to the flagship Z1 screens in its TV range, and have been touted by some as the natural successors to Pioneers Kuro sets. While the Panasonic TX-P46Z1 majors on fancy design, the...

By HDTVorg on 93

Panasonics TX-P42V10 is a hugely capable and well equipped flat screen TV. Although we are a little disappointed that we have still not (quite) found a screen to topple Pioneers now legendary Kuro range, this is one of the best 42in TVs money can...

By DigitalVersus on 100

This model is the 42 version of the 50 TV that we tested in our labs, the Panasonic Viera TX-P50V10. Everything we said in the original article holds true--the only thing thats different is the size! The only exception is that some...

By Whathifi.com on 80

The correct verb here is 'bristle'. The TX-P42V10 is bristling with features. Try these: Freesat TV tuner alongside the usual Freeview and analogue; a 600Hz, 'pro' version of Panasonic's Intelligent Frame Creation; THX picture...

By HDTV Reviews on

The Panasonic TX-P42V10 HDTV comes from their Viera V10 plasma range, which – like the G10 series we tested recently – boasts a NeoPDP panel, built-in Freesat tuner, and 600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro. On top of these...

By Pricemo on

Everything about the Panasonic P58V10 is big.Its 58in screen; its unexpectedly (by today’s svelte standards) expansive bezel; its feature list and, unfortunately, its price, which at around £3.5k seems to exist in some sort of alternate...

By EISA on

Making it the best choice in the plasma arena is the TX-P42V10E’s fine balance of picture quality, functionality and up-to-date technology, and of course a competitve price. This display offers a really enjoyable cinema-like experience, with...

By FlatpanelsHD on

The new Panasonic V10 has a lot of the same picture characteristics as G10 but the THX profile is the major difference. The THX profile ensures that gamma and colour reproduction is very accurate, improving overall picture quality. Therefore the V10...

International Review By Hifitest.de on 100

abtauchen! Ein erstklassiger Bildschirm, der breiter ist als manche Dia-Leinwand, bietet mehr als eine hübsche Summe technischer Daten. So auch in diesem Fall. Der TX-P 65V10E bringt ein Filmerlebnis, das den Zuschauer mit messerscharfen,...

International Review By TestNumerique.fr on 80

Si la version 50 pouces est trop coûteuse ou trop grande pour vous, vous pouvez vous rabattre sur ce 42 pouces de la série V10. Il intègre la toute nouvelle dalle Neo-PDP du constructeur japonais. Certes, il vous en coûtera tout de...

International Review By Lyd og bilde on 83

Panasonic har klart det igjen. Her får du en plasmaskjerm som kan hevde seg godt mot de beste flatskjermene på markedet, inkludert de nyeste LED-skjermene. TX-P42V10 byr på alle fordelene med plasma – suverent svartnivå og...