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Panasonic Viera TX-P50VT20E

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Viera TX-P50VT20E från Panasonic är en 50-tums plasma-tv med full-HD och 3D. Tv:n har dessutom fyra HDMI-anslutningar (version 1.4) samt digitalbox för både DVB-C och DVB-T. Lanserad 2010. Stäng
Viera TX-P50VT20E från Panasonic är en 50-tums plasma-tv med full-HD och 3D. Tv:n har dessutom fyra HDMI-anslutningar (version 1.4) samt digitalbox för både DVB-C och DVB-T. Lanse... Läs mer
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  • Panasonic TX-P50VT20 review

    Build Quality: 8/10
    Features: 9/10
    Value for Money: 9/10
    Overall: 9/10

    Is Plasma a dying breed? Well it wouldn’t be the first time market forces have seen the superior technology lose out, but we hope there’ll be a place in the future for plasma technology. The quality of the 3D on the Panasonic TX-P50VT20 is stunning, as is the level of general HD content. The TX-P50VT20 isn’t particularly expensive given its quality, while the strong setup options allow you to finetune the picture to your satisfaction. If you want top-notch 3D, and if you can find it, we’d very much recommend considering the TX-P50VT20.

    10 år sedan
  • Panasonic TX-P50VT20

    An excellent TV: the only thing to count against it is the presence of Sony’s new, and even better, rival

    11 år sedan
  • Panasonic TX-P50VT20 review


    • Smooth, involving 3D
    • Excellent 2D picture
    • Freeview HD/Freesat tuners
    • DNLA networking
    • Calibration options


    • 3D glasses uncomfortable
    • Average audio
    • Clunky user interface
    • Ad-hobbled Freeview HD EPG
    • Intelligent Frame Creation artefacts

    11 år sedan
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    Panasonic VT20/VT25 3DTV

    Picture quality
    3D picture quality
    Black and shadow detailing

    DLNA and Internet not complete
    Inputs facing backwards
    Energy consumption

    Target group
    Living room
    Home Cinema
    3D viewing

    11 år sedan
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    It’s a little unusual that the first 3DTV we’ve had the chance to review here at HDTVTest is a Plasma. Panasonic (a heavy investor in both Plasma and 3D technologies) have been vocal in explaining the advantages of viewing 3D content on this display type, especially as far as 3D crosstalk is concerned — although we are sure that LCD/ LED LCD manufacturers will have their own performance claims to fight back with. One thing is becoming more apparent: the addition of 3D places new demands on the display device and will almost certainly re-ignite the Plasma vs LCD debate. In the future, we’d like to see comfier glasses (especially around the nose), less crosstalk, and less light loss. But for now, consider this skeptical writer’s opinion of 3D TV to have done a U-turn.Attempting to put 3D aside for a moment, how is the Panasonic TX-P50VT20 as a standard HDTV? Absolutely wonderful. It produces the cleanest motion and the deepest, richest blacks out of any flat-screen HDTV currently on the market (although how those blacks will hold up over time is another matter). And, since the question is on the tip of your tongue, is it as good as the Pioneer KURO displays?Yes — and no. Panasonic’s newest effort can boast of less panel-generated PWM noise in the image, and a very subtly more detailed picture due to the fact that it does not curtail the highest frequencies in the video. On the other hand, the last-generation Pioneer KURO displays have very marginally deeper blacks (although you would likely only notice with the two displays side by side in a pitch black room), effectively no visible posterization during movement, more linear Greyscale and Gamma tracking, and proven long-term black level quality. Both screens are just about equal in terms of colour. We think that the lure of 3D will convince a good number of Pioneer KURO owners to sacrifice a little bit of picture accuracy and a miniscule amount of black level quality, in exchange for some other benefits, and the new experiences that the third dimension brings.All the same, we hope that the novelty and mystery surrounding 3D — something that this display seems to be very good at — hasn’t diverted anyone’s attention away from the fact that the Panasonic TX-P50VT20 is the best HDTV on sale today. It is for this reason that after a lot of discussion, we feel that the rating of “Reference Level” is appropriate. Although the Panasonic 50VT20 isn’t flawless (is anything?), it is, like the Pioneer PDP-LX5090 before it, the best HDTV that money can buy today — and it is visibly superior to others in the “Highly Recommended” category (Panasonic’s own G20 included). Almost every aspect of picture quality we can think of is either very good or excellent. The only down-side, which is a lack of film cadence detection (which hampers SD film material slightly), is becoming less and less relevant in the age of 1080p Blu-ray material. In any case, it can be compensated for by other components in an AV system.We can’t really think of any audience or situation that would prevent us from unreservedly recommending the Panasonic TX-P50VT20. It does 2D brilliantly in dark and bright viewing environments, can produce an enveloping 3D experience (something which could effectively be regarded as a bonus), is absolutely fantastic to play video games on, and does just about as well as a TV could with broadcast material. All that remains to be seen (except for the fate of its black levels) is how competing 3D LCD/ LED LCD products hold up, and most importantly, how the public responds to this technology at large. Watch this space…

    11 år sedan
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