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Written on: 20/08/2012
Great Price and Brilliant service, Website was easy to use, excellent communication, I was kept aware of the transaction step by step and was given a time when the parcel was going to be delivered. Altogether a pain free transaction by a very professional company… Read Full Review
The Panasonic VIERA TX-P50VT30B Full HD 50" Plasma 3D TV has appealing features that made a number of users happy with their product. They like the fact that both 2D and 3D was impressive, plus the attractive look.
Other features that made this TV appealing are the fact that the plasma comes with Infinite black pro technology. The 3D compatibility as well as the other range of tools which includes four HDMI slots, video-conferencing and Ethernet or Wi-Fi access using Panasonic’s online services made this product a number choice amongst users.
The other things that users liked were the fact that the new remote is wrapped in thin layer of silicon. This is used to keep sticky fingerprints at bay.
However there are several things most users didn’t like, these were the use of the
media player. They found it couldn’t handle devices as it doesn’t support many video formats. The button that is on the new remote made it difficult to find when lights are turned off as the backlighting for many was found to be in a very awkward place.
Other reasons that made some users dislike the product was the fact they had to make a few adjustments in order to get a good quality picture. They found the display as being unrealistic with poor colour reproduction, and it also was noted that the gamma was uneven and there was a strong blue tinge.
Yet when the users were able to get a good image, they found the 2D quality of it to be excellent. They liked the fact that colour reproduction is accurate.
Many users liked the fact the viewing angles were very wide and that whilst watching the picture from any direction didn’t pose a problem. They liked the pace of the fast moving objects as they gave a smooth look.
The bad features of these TV users have found are that the energy consumption is rather high. The power adaptor is rather noisy, and the glossy screen picks up on all reflections.
The good features users have found with this TV are the picture quality at both 2D and 3D. They liked the contrast ratio. They liked the fact that the crosstalk was virtually invisible. The very wide viewing angles were very appealing to many users as was the audio quality. They found this to be exceptional.