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Panasonic TH-VX100 Series Plasma TV (50", 65")

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews of Panasonic TH-VX100 Series Plasma TV (50", 65"). The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews. Views about the size and design are overall positive. The usability and image quality are also appreciated, whereas views are divided on the durability. Many are negative about the connectivity and tuner.

image quality, usability, design, size

price, tuner, connectivity

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Panasonic TH-VX100 Series Plasma TV (50", 65") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: David Katzmaier (

Panasonic TH-VX100U Premiere review: Panasonic TH-VX100U Premiere


Reproduced deep black levels with excellent shadow detail; handles 1080p/24 sources properly; external scalar mode can disable all video processing; numerous picture adjustments.

Extremely expensive; inaccurate primary colors; light connectivity with just one component-video and no standard-definition inputs; no speakers or stand included.

Panasonic's high-end Premiere plasmas put out professional-quality images for a correspondingly high price.

Feb, 2009

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Panasonic TH-65 VX 100

Aug, 2009


Expert review by: Thomas J. Norton (

Panasonic Premiere TH-65VX100U Plasma HD Monitor


I watched a lot of television when I was growing up. But I was also a passionate reader. OK, more often than not, I was reading a RadioShack catalog or the latest issue of the now-defunct Audio or High Fidelity. But sitting at least a dozen feet away...

Mar, 2009

Expert review by: Thomas J. Norton (

Panasonic TH-65VX100U Plasma Monitor


This sort of activity is now called multitasking (though a therapist might call it attention deficit disorder), and it's not easy to do with today's big-screen televisions. A big image commands your attention. And with its dominant 65-inch image,...

Feb, 2009

Expert review by: Jesse Corbeil (

Panasonic TH-65VX100U


The TH-65VX100U lacks certain TV conventions, which makes it tough to love in your living room.

Panasonic’s new big-screen monitor doesn’t have a TV tuner, speakers or even a stand, so why would you buy it? Well, the point is that you likely won’t: The screen is aimed at businesses rather than homes. That being said, if you have an extra 10 large...


Expert review by: Campbell Simpson (

Panasonic TH-50VX100W plasma panel


Panasonic's Premiere Series plasma televisions, the 50in TH-50VX100W and 65in TH-65VX100W, provide exceptional picture quality. However, installation ...

Exceptional picture quality, lots of settings to tweak

Requires expert calibration for best picture, expensive, no speakers

If you’re looking for a plasma television that’s even more amazing than Pioneer’s KURO series, Panasonic's Premiere Series TVs should be your port of call.

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: Campbell Simpson (

Panasonic TH-50VX100W plasma panel


This home theatre plasma panel is infinitely adjustable and delivers supreme picture quality

Exceptional picture quality, lots of settings to tweak

Requires expert calibration for best picture, expensive, no speakers

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: John Archer (

Panasonic PDP TH-65VX100E review


We lap up Panasonic's high-end 65 "pro-level plasma

Black levels are sensational ; Fine detailing is spectacular and colours are immaculate ; Standard-def performance is first-rate ; An option to turn the internal scaler off is good news for those with dedicated external pixel-tweakers

£8,000 is a serious investment and there's no tuner or speakers built-in

An extremely pricey option for the average TV buyer but eight grand can't buy you a finer TV. If you are looking for the best, look no further

Apr, 2009

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Stuff magazine


Panasonic's flagship plasma is an extraordinary big-screen experience. But you'll need a big room and equally roomy pockets to justify it

Huge and hugely expensive, but if you’re a home cinema fanatic with the space and the money, you won't be disappointed

Apr, 2009


Expert review by: John Archer (

Panasonic TH-65VX100E 65in Plasma Screen


In short, Panasonic's TH-65VX100E 65in plasma screen is as awesome as its price.

Having spent my second review in a row splurging out a breathless stream of excited positivity, I'm kind of feeling like I ought to have found something nasty to say about the 65VX100E. So here goes: in case you somehow hadn't noticed, it costs £8,000....

Dec, 2008

Product Specifications

This premiere plasma display has a 60,000:1 contrast ratio that features a wider color range than HDTV standards by 120%. It has an industry-leading 7,160 gradation and 18 bit process, 16 adjustment menus including 6 gamma preset curve and memory.

Dimensions & Weight



Type: None


Product Line:Panasonic TH




Diagonal Size:50in/65in
Diagonal Size (cm):127cm/165cm
Digital Television Certification:Not certified
Display Format:1080p (FullHD)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio:60000:1
HDCP Compatible: Yes
HDMI Ports Qty:4
Image Aspect Ratio:16:9
PC Interface:VGA (HD-15)
Progressive Scan:Progressive scanning (line doubling)
Resolution:1920 x 1080
Technology:Plasma (PDP)
Type:Plasma panel
Video Interface:Component / HDMI

TV Tuner

TV Tuner Presence: No