Panasonic Smart VIERA TX-P65VT30B 65-inch Full HD 1080p 3D 600Hz Internet-Ready Plasma TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD (Installation Recommended)

February 19, 2014 - Comment

65″ FULL HD 3D Plasma TV with Superb Picture Quality for 2D and 3D, and Advanced Networking CapabilitiesThe viewing experience has never been so lifelike and compelling as it is with Panasonic’s 3D Technology. The fast switching phosphors used in the Neo Plasma panels and an original light-emitting process minimise crosstalk (double images) to deliver

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65″ FULL HD 3D Plasma TV with Superb Picture Quality for 2D and 3D, and Advanced Networking CapabilitiesThe viewing experience has never been so lifelike and compelling as it is with Panasonic’s 3D Technology. The fast switching phosphors used in the Neo Plasma panels and an original light-emitting process minimise crosstalk (double images) to deliver clear 3D images and ensure comfortable viewing. This technology also helps to improve 2D picture quality.The 600Hz Sub-field Drive* in VIERA plasma TVs teams up with Intelligent Frame Creation Pro technology to deliver smooth, fluid, on-screen motion. By using an intelligent algorithm within the picture processing based on motion detection, the best combination of frames is created to deliver ultra crisp sports, film and game action. *When using Cinema mode

Product Features

  • 24P-MOVIE/Playback
  • 3D TV-3D Active
  • Audio Output-2 x 10 Watts
  • Brightness–
  • Contrast Ratio-Dynamic Contrast

Comments

Kennedy says:

EXCELLENT TV This is an excellent 3D plasma television, and I can recommend it 100%.This is a brief report, as at the time of writing I’ve only had it for a month. In this time I’ve used it for blu-rays and hi-def gaming exclusively – no TV or satellite.BUILD QUALITY: it’s a handsome set, with a silver bezel framing one piece of glass. It is very thin (3cm) and looks very elegant. It isn’t as hi-tech looking as the samsung sets, which appear to have come off the set of Star Trek, but I like its black contours.2D PICTURE QUALITY: I haven’t calibrated the set yet, I’ve been using it mainly on the THX setting. This pre-set is a great start, a shade too much yellow in the skin tones on my set, but otherwise very, very impressive. My preferred blu-rays (Days of Heaven on Criterion, Blade Runner, Godfather) look gorgeous; standard def DVDs (No Country, There Will be Blood) look great too. Frankly, I haven’t put anything through it yet that hasn’t looked awesome…

J. Burrows says:

Best YET!!!!! please find an update on this set at the end of the review- 16-02-12Bit of a TV buff, so this may go on a bit-I have had this TV for about two months now, still bedding in so can only presume the picture will change in the future, if it is possible to get any better that is.I have the TV connected to a Pionner LX91 Blue Ray Player and a Pionner amp and I watch TV through a virgin TIvo box on HD channels. I sit about 3.5m away from the set for normal viewing and closer for blue ray and 3DI looked at the Samsung 8000 series before getting this model. The one I viewed had a very good picture, supper bright and sharp. Motion was a bit off though during fast shots and I couldn’t help but feel that the blacks looked a bit washed out when viewed in dim lighting. I would say that this range is the only one that comes close to this TV. Sony needs to catch back up, must have been napping in the 2011 development meetings.BUILDThe build…

martin 1 says:

a lot of money but an awful lot of kit for it! 0

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