Panasonic VIERA TC-P60GT50 60-Inch 3D Plasma HDTV Review
The VIERA TC-P60GT50 is part of Panasonic’s second best range of HD TVs for 2012, it has fantastic picture quality with deep black levels, stunning color accuracy, great screen uniformity and awesome off angle viewing. The actual design is very classy too, one of the best looking TVs I’ve seen from Panasonic. Since it is a plasma screen, it does have high power consumption but it doesn’t emit excessive amounts of heats which is an improvement of previous models. When compared to matte screens (plasma use glass screens) the performance in bright rooms isn’t as good.
Panasonic VIERA TC-P60ST50 60-Inch 3D Plasma HDTV
The Panasonic VIERA TC-P60ST50 is a fantastic TV with a lot of bang for your buck. It has breathtaking picture quality, the design is sleak and attactive and the menus are extremely useful and easy to navigate. It does have high power consumption and can sometimes be prone to glare but at this price point the VIERA TC-P60ST50 is incredible value for money. Whilst it is a very easy television to set up, calibrate and connect to the internet, it is a two man job when it comes to lifting and moving it around, simply because of the size of it, plus you really don’t want to risk dropping this awesome HD TV by carrying it by yourself.
Panasonic VIERA TC-P60UT50 60-Inch Full HD 3D Plasma TV Review
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If you used the Panasonic VIERA TC-P60UT50 and weren’t told the price, you would assume it was in the $2000 to $2500 range, however it is roughly $1500 depending on where you buy from. Considering the picture quality plus the extras like the 3D functionality and numerous the online features – this price is stunning.
Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 65-Inch 3D Plasma HDTV Review
With everything taken into account the Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 is a fantastic 65 inch TV and probably offers the most impressive picture quality out of all the 60 inch and 65 inch TVs in the range. 3D and internet functionality are both impressive, and not at all underwhelming.