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Panasonic Viera TX-P50VT30 Review

Panasonic is busy updating its VT range of televisions, and today’s VT30 is the successor to the five-star VT20 from last year.  The picture quality hasn’t really changed much from one generation to the next: it’s as impressive as ever in both 2D and 3D.  Instead, Panasonic has put a lot of work into improving the design of its 2011 collection.  The new look is very attractive, especially now that the frame has been slimmed from 9 cm on the VT20 to just 5 cm here.  Let’s take a closer look.

Pros

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

Cons

Glossy screen picks up reflections

Noisy power adaptor

Energy consumption on the high side: 235 W

 

Conclusion

The VT30 is no better than the VT20: it still has a great picture in both 2D and 3D.  But Panasonic has put a lot of work into making look better, and it’s certainly paid off.

 

Read the full review at digitalversus.com.

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