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  Published: 2011-03-01, review by:

  • Amazing black levels, Great color accuracy, Very good 3D performance, Reliable antireflective screen,
  • Power hog, No built in WiFi (but wireless capabilities are present), Some artifacts showing in 1080p/24 mode
  • Although Panasonic Viera TC-P50VT25 is mainly advertised as a 3D plasma TV, its performance in the 2D area is what truly recommends it. With ink like blacks, great accurate colors right out of the box, and video processing that can handle all kinds of ...

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  Published: 2010-12-30, review by:

  • Excellent 2D performance - best black levels of any 2010 model TV we've tested, Very good 3D performance with minimal cross-talk, Enough picture tweaks to satisfy die-hard hobbyists and professional calibrators, Player/glasses bundles bring down the price
  • Included pair of 3D glasses is heavy and can be uncomfortable
  • The TC-P50VT25 is quite simply the finest TV we have reviewed in 2010 for both 2D and 3D viewing. It's a bit pricy but worth it. Seek out a player/glasses/movie bundle so you can watch Avatar in 3D at home and with the improved rechargeable eyewear. T...

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  Published: 2010-12-29, review by:

  • Abstract:  Panasonics nya modell bjuder på bäst 3d-bild, och även om den har en del mindre brister är VT20 överlag en riktigt bra tv.

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  Published: 2010-12-27, review by:

  • Amazing image clarity and depth of detail.
  • Husky size. Could use even better IPTV integration.

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  Published: 2010-09-01, Author: Al , review by:

  • Abstract:  Along with Samsung, Panasonic has been pushing hard to bring 3D TV to both early adopters and regular folks who happened to catch Avatar, Alice in Wonderland, Toy Story 3, or one of the other recent 3D blockbusters at their local multiplex. But whereas S...

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  Published: 2010-08-31, review by:

  • The TCP54VT25 supports 3D playback. It has an integrated sync transmitter and comes with one pair of 3D glasses, This TV has a 1080p resolution and will accept 24p sources via its HDMI inputs, The TV has plenty of connection options and picture adjustments, The TCP54VT25 will support a wired or (optional) wireless network connection, and it supports the VIERA CAST Web platform, The 24p Dire
  • Plasma TVs generally aren't as bright as LCDs and therefore aren't the best choice for a really bright room with lots of potential light reflections, This 3D TV does not offer 2Dto3D conversion, and you'll have to pay $150 for each additional pair of 3D glasses, The TCP54VT25 does not have integrated WiFi, and it does not support DLNA media streaming.
  • The TC-P54VT25's selling price of about $3,000 is slightly higher than that of similarly equipped LCD models from Samsung, LG and Sony. Remember, though, that the package includes one pair of $150 3D glasses, whereas the others do not. The overall cost...

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  Published: 2010-06-16, Author: David , review by:

  • Superior black-level performance and excellent shadow detail; accurate primary colors in THX mode; great color saturation; effective antireflective screen; reproduces 1080p/24 cadence properly; VieraCast provides access to select Internet services and imp
  • Relatively expensive, last year's Panasonic plasmas lost black-level performance over relatively short periods of time, non-adjustable grayscale in THX mode, some artifacts in 1080p/24 mode, fewer streaming services and apps than the competition, uses mor
  • With both 2D and 3D sources, Panasonic's flagship TC-PVT20/25 series plasma TV delivers outstanding overall picture quality.

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  Published: 2010-06-01, review by:

  • The Panasonic TCP54VT25 displays incredibly vibrant and realistic 3D and 2D images,
  • There is no 2D to 3D conversion.
  • This is an excellent TV with an excellent 3D effect....

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  Published: 2010-05-12, Author: Tim , review by:

  • Abstract:  We can see a time in the future, the very near future, where reviews of 3D HDTVs will lose their novelty. But, for now, they're still rare enough to warrant some attention, and so let's take a look at TechRadar's take on Panasonic's first 3D entry, the Vi...

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  Published: 2010-04-29, review by:

  • Abstract:  Video Review: 3D televisions are on their way, and Panasonic may be ahead of the curve with their 3D plasma TV. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn take a look its special features like the included LCD shutter glasses, Viera Cast and 600 Hz refresh rate, al...

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