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Testseek.co.uk have collected 70 expert reviews of the Panasonic TX-P50VT30 and the average rating is 89%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Panasonic TX-P50VT30.
Award: Editor’s Choice July 2011
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The editors liked

  • Stunning contrast
  • Crosstalk-free 3D
  • Plenty of multimedia action
  • Contrast and black levels
  • Freeview HD & Freesat HD
  • Smooth
  • Sharp motion
  • Upscales SD
  • Immaculate 2D & 3D
  • Colour
  • Contrast
  • BBC iPlayer
  • Impeccable 3D
  • Involving 2D
  • Audio
  • Superb 2D image quality
  • Great media streaming
  • Great picture in 2D and 3D
  • Excellent contrast ratio
  • 6310
  • 1 in THX mode and 4860
  • 1 in Professional mode
  • Crosstalk virtually invisible
  • Very wide viewing angles
  • Excellent audio quality
  • Excellent all-round picture quality
  • Very decent sound
  • Excellent build
  • Twin tuner
  • Lots of web content
  • Comes with 3D glasses
  • Excellent reference black levels
  • Superb dynamic range and contrast
  • Excellent colour accuracy out of the box in THX mode
  • Excellent Greyscale out of the box in THX mode
  • Reference level greyscale when calibrated
  • Reference colour reproduction when calibr
  • Excellent contrast performance
  • Deep black levels
  • Delicate and nuanced colours
  • Impressive 3D
  • Good Internet features

The editors didn't like

  • It's not cheap
  • Concerns over image retention
  • Brightness shifting
  • High price
  • 3D images lack brightness
  • Inconsistent handling of digital files
  • Small buttons on remote
  • Some image retention
  • 3D specs subdue black levels
  • USB slot positioning
  • No built-in Wi-Fi
  • 3D is a little dark
  • Expensive
  • Glossy screen picks up reflections
  • Noisy power adaptor
  • Energy consumption on the high side
  • 235 W
  • It ain't cheap
  • Some instances of 50Hz break-up with fast pans
  • Although subtle
  • Screen is very reflective and may be an issue for some users
  • Remote control could feel more substantial for a flag ship model
  • Some instances of brightness fluctuations
  • HDMI connections to
  • Pricey
  • Annoying Freeview EPG

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  Published: 2012-06-01, review by: evogadget.com

  • To end our analysis with a much needed conclusion, we think that Panasonic's Viera TX-P50VT30 isn't a great improvement over the VT30, but it works well and won't damage quickly....

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  Published: 2012-01-14, review by: hdtvtest.co.uk

  • If you're interested mainly in 2D viewing and want the biggest, and by most people's estimation, the best consumer Plasma TV available at the time of writing, then this is it. Running the newest system software (firmware), the Panasonic TX-P65VT30 is a sl...

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  Published: 2011-12-08, review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Colour, contrast, BBC iPlayer, impeccable 3D, involving 2D, audio
  • 3D specs subdue black levels, USB slot positioning
  • A stunning performer in both 2D and 3D that also makes SD looks as good as possible, and has a decent range of Internet-based features...

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  Published: 2011-12-01, Author: Steve May , review by: T3.com

  • Superb 2D image quality, Great media streaming, Crosstalk-free 3D
  • No built-in Wi-Fi, 3D is a little dark, Expensive
  • Beautifully built, ambitiously equipped and blessed with a stonking AV performance regardless of your preferred dimension, the TX-P50VT30 is a cut above the majority of highstreet flatscreens. This is a display of legendary finesse. It may be expensiv

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  Published: 2011-11-16, review by: techradar.com

  • Contrast and black levels, Freeview HD & Freesat HD, Smooth, sharp motion, Upscales SD, Immaculate 2D & 3D
  • High price, 3D images lack brightness, Inconsistent handling of digital files, Small buttons on remote, Some image retention
  • ForContrast and black levelsFreeview HD & Freesat HDSmooth, sharp motionUpscales SDImmaculate 2D & 3D...

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  Published: 2011-09-13, Author: John Archer , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Stunning contrast, Crosstalk-free 3D, Plenty of multimedia action
  • It's not cheap, Concerns over image retention, Brightness shifting
  • With the P65VT30, Panasonic has delivered the single most ‘serious' home cinema television money can currently buy. Yes, you might spot the occasional irritation along the way, but for the vast majority of your viewing time the biggest problem you're like...

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  Published: 2011-09-13, review by: hdtvorg.co.uk

  • With small rather than revolutionary improvements in virtually every aspect of its performance, Panasonic's flagship TX-P50VT30 deserves to be recognized as one of the best TVs money can buy. 3D ability, Colour reproduction, black levels Could be bet...

 
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  Published: 2011-09-02, review by: shopexplorer.com

  • Abstract:  With prices starting at around £2,500, the Panasonic Viera TX-P55VT30B is probably not a 3D TV for the faint of heart - or the light of wallet. However, with Panasonic's TVs consistently in end-of-year charts and awards, they are always worth a look, w...

 
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  Published: 2011-08-25, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Excellent contrast performance; deep black levels; delicate and nuanced colours; impressive 3D; good Internet features
  • Pricey; annoying Freeview EPG
  • The 55-inch Panasonic Viera TX-P55VT30B plasma TV doesn't come cheap, but it packs great 2D and 3D pictures, beefy audio, and smashing Internet features into an attractive chassis. It's one of the best TVs you can currently buy....

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  Published: 2011-07-02, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • 

The TX-P65VT30 is an imposing goliath of a gogglebox. If you’re looking for a larger than life do-it-all TV with a price tag to match, then this monster is well worth tracking down. ® More TV ReviewsSony Bravia KDL-40EX724LG 42 LW650TPhilips 21:9 Ci...

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