Panasonic Viera TC-P65VT50 65" Plasma TV (1920x1080, 48 Hz, HDTV, 3D)

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Active Shutter Progressive 3D Method The display alternately shows images for the left and right eyes. The left and right lenses of the eyewear open and close in sync with this display timing to show separate images to the left and right eyes. By repeating this action at high speed, the brain perceives 3D images. And because this method displays FULL HD 3D images just as they are, both eyes receive 3D images in high, full-HD quality. 2,500 Focused Field Drive This original Panasonic technology detects image movements like the human eye, and optimizes the drive accordingly. By achieving instantaneously powerful light emission rather than finely divided emission, it reduces the afterimages that cause blurring. As a result, fast movement is reproduced with excellent clarity.
   
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      Product Title:Panasonic Viera TC-P65VT50 65" Plasma TV (1920x1080, 48 Hz, HDTV,
      Manufacturer:Panasonic
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    Description

    Active Shutter Progressive 3D Method The display alternately shows images for the left and right eyes. The left and right lenses of the eyewear open and close in sync with this display timing to show separate images to the left and right eyes. By repeating this action at high speed, the brain perceives 3D images. And because this method displays FULL HD 3D images just as they are, both eyes receive 3D images in high, full-HD quality. 2,500 Focused Field Drive This original Panasonic technology detects image movements like the human eye, and optimizes the drive accordingly. By achieving instantaneously powerful light emission rather than finely divided emission, it reduces the afterimages that cause blurring. As a result, fast movement is reproduced with excellent clarity.
      • Display Panel
      • Diagonal Screen Size: 65 in
      • Interface
      • Interface Connection: USB Yes|Ethernet Yes
      • Physical Specifications
      • Depth: 15.80 in
      • Depth Without Stand: 2 in
      • Height: 37 in
      • Width: 59.10 in
      • More Info
      • URL: http://www.panasonic.com
      • Quick Glance
      • Broadcast Format Displayed: 1080p
      • Digital Tuner: ATSC
      • Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes|VGA Yes|Component Video Yes|Composite Video Yes|Digital Audio Yes
      • Display Type: Plasma TV
      • Included Network Card: Ethernet
      • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
      • 3D Compatible: 3D
      • Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
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    3 Reviews for Panasonic Viera TC-P65VT50 65" Plasma TV (1920x1080, 48 Hz, HDTV, 3D)
    by Anthony Campo
    30/05/2012
    Best tv you can buy right now
    In my opinion, this tv is the best to be had at this time. To provide some background for that opinion, I have tried the following sets while I still had my Kuro 5020: The VT30, D7000 and the 80" Sharp 632U LED. The Sharp was something I had to try based on some reviews but it really was quite disappointing and never even made it onto the wall. For further information regarding my opinion of the Sharp, please read the comments section where I have answered a question regarding my expereince with this set. The VT30 was quite good but had color issues, uniformity issues and large bezel syndrome. The D7000 was far better than I had expected after reading the nasty comments about it. But none of these sets allowed me to feel good about sending my 9g Kuro packing.

    With much anticipation, I ordered the 65VT50 from Amazon. The entire process was painless and quick as per usual. Delivery was sooner than expected and professional. They did send only one driver, so be prepared for...
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    Best tv you can buy right now

    by Brandon
    09/05/2012
    Sets the new high bar for home television
    Pilot freight services delivered my unit May 8th, 3-days sooner than advertised. While I was apprehensive about set-up, an HDMI (not included) and power cord were all that was needed to start watching programs through my receiver. I'm a big guy, so hefting the TV onto its base wasn't such an ordeal, but I will note that most people will need help with this chore. I opted not to put it on the wall due to its weight and my living room's space restrictions (not to mention the extra price/non-availability of a wall bracket). The pedestal required a Philips screwdriver to construct and does not swivel in the slightest. Upgrading to 65-inches, I don't miss that feature.

    The viewing experience is as advertised. Out of the box, the VT50 is set very dark. Unless the unit will be placed in a home theater, you will need to use a custom or the "THX Bright Room" setting. At any setting, however, you will note the incredible degree to which blacks are displayed. I tested some...
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    Sets the new high bar for home television

    by Jordan
    24/05/2012
    A triumph in design and image quality
    My VT50 arrived a little over two weeks ago and I feel that I'm now familiar enough with it to write a review. This review is for the 55" model.

    The VT50 replaced my 50" G-Series Panasonic plasma from 2010. While I liked it just fine, it was a tiny bit too small, had a bezel that got uglier over time, and suffered from floating blacks, which was very annoying since my primary use of the display is watching Blu-Ray content in the dark. I had been anxiously awaiting the release of the VT50 - so much so, that I ordered one without seeing it first, reasoning to myself that if I didn't like it, then I wouldn't be satisfied with any TV this year.

    The VT50 arrived. Once unpacked and set up, I marveled at the TV before I even turned it on. Was this TV really made by Panasonic, the company known for being helplessly behind the competition is terms of industrial design? The svelte single sheet of glass design is beautiful. The VT50 takes the design introduced with...
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    A triumph in design and image quality