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Panasonic Viera TH-P50VT30A

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the glare and usability, but there are some mixed opinions about the design. Some have doubts about the remote control and color.

image quality, usability, glare

value for money, color, remote control

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Panasonic VIErA TH-P50VT30A is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Panasonic Viera TH-P50VT30A

 

The Panasonic VT30 is a solid, though slightly disappointing, television that performs at the best of class in some areas, but at the absolute worst in others.

Excellent HD processing ; Best lit-room performance ; Viera app store easy to use ; Excellent black levels

Poor component video performance ; Free-to-air TV suffers image breakup ; Can't turn pixel orbiter off

After such high expectations, it's with reluctance that we say the mantle has now passed to the company's rival Samsung and its D8000 plasma. Look after these honours, Samsung, because next year the Japanese company is going to be baying for your blood!

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Panasonic Viera TH-P50VT30A

 

The Plasma TV battleground is a hard won pitch with 3D becoming a focus for the main players. With both Samsung and LG having launched a slew of products this year, how will this 50 incher from Panasonic fare?

Mesmerisingly good performance standards; Practically no crosstalk with 3D; Huge feature count

It’s not cheap for a 50in TV; Optimised pictures not spectacularly bright; Some judder with 50Hz PAL

Consumer review by:

"Update Review on TH-P50VT30A"

 

I decided to update my review of the Panasonic TH-P50VT30, after speaking with Panasonic's Marketing manager for the VIERA group last week. As I reported earlier their was no sign of when the high end VT30A 55" and 65" would be shipping. This has...

Excellent picture clarity and contrast. Smooth motion and some of the best blacks for night time movie viewing

Expensive compared with the top models from other manufacturers. Irregular colour patches highlighted on greyscale. Poor stand design. No illuminated remote. Limited internet content

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Consumer review by:

"I own 65' vt30"

 

I ordered my 65' vt30 3 months ago and it finally arrived on Friday (12/8).

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"Best tv on the market by far"

 

I am not sure how cnet has come to the conclusion it has with this tv.

Brilliant blacks, motion, detail, picture rocks

Will make you wish you didn't by the over hyped lcd for spare room

Consumer review by:

"waiting"

 

I'm not a patient person. Waiting to be able see it in the "flesh". Sounds good on paper but need to see it in real life. I'm ready to upgrade.

Should be one of the very best tv's available

Not available yet

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"waiting to get our hands on a 1st calibration :)"

 

I was lucky enough to be invited to the Panasonic product launch that was held at the Barracks cinema's in Brisbane last month. There was one 50" VT30 on display & this is what I have to say about it..

pioneer/juro tech, near perfect grayscale picture out-of-box, thx certified 2d/3d, mariana-deep black capability, frameless design & made in japan :)

star wars blu-ray box set is still months away

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"Plasma IS the Gold Standard."

 

Deep Blacks, Shadow Details, and Local Zone Dimming: Traditionally, plasma TVs have offered superior blacks and deep grays areas where LCD TVs claim to have caught up thanks to LED backlighting systems with local zone dimming. And sure enough, those...

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"do some reading"

 

I suppose you hadn't stumbled upon this in your conclusive argument against the perfect black levels i suspect you probably can't live without:

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