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Panasonic TC-P65VT25 65" Class Viera VT25 Series Full HD 3D Ready Plasma HDTV


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  • One Pair of 3D Eyewear Included
  • FULL HD 3D - Full HD 3D puts you inside the action and creates a new world of TV viewing realism
  • VIERA CAST WIFI With SKYPE Capabilities - Enjoy great Web entertainment and cutting-edge communication on your HDTV
  • INFINITE BLACK PRO PANEL with 5,000,000 - 1 NATIVE CONTRAST - New phosphor technology produces deep blacks and vivid images with minimal reflection
  • THX CERTIFIED DISPLAY - Experience true theater in your own home.
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Brand NamePanasonic
Item Weight126 pounds
Product Dimensions58 x 47 x 15.5 inches
Color Nameblack
  
Additional Information
ASINB003N3BV90
Best Sellers Rank #212,568 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight147.8 pounds
Date First AvailableMay 19, 2010
  
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  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Display Technology: 3D
  • Display Size: 65 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Weight: 95.00 pounds
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Product Description

Step into the 3D World. The VIERA VT25 Series Full HD 3D Plasmas create an all new viewing experience by putting you inside the action and creating a new world of TV viewing realism.

The technology in which the left-eye and right-eye 3D images are sent to the viewer is key to the 3D image quality. For this, Full HD 3D uses something called Frame Sequential technology. First, the plasma display panel, which has a number of inherent advantages for moving picture resolution, was further advanced to allow images for each of the left and right eyes to be alternately reproduced at the rate of 60 frames per second (fps), making a total fps for both eyes. Viewers watch the images through high-precision 3D Eyewear, which open and close the left and right shutters in synchronization with the alternating images. As a result, a separate 1920 x 1080 full-HD image is sent to each eye. This addresses the image quality problems and blurring that were common to previous 3D systems, and creates sharp, crisp 3D images.

600Hz Sub-field Drive VIERA Image Viewer Photo and Video VIERA Link Connectivity with Network Camera 2 USB Ports and PC Input 24p Cinematic Playback ENERGY STAR 4.0Specifications Screen Size - 65 Class (64.7 diagonal) Contrast Ratio - Infinite Black Pro/5,000,000 - 1 Native Aspect Ratio - 16 - 9 Native Resolution (Number of Pixels) - 2,073,600 (1,920 x 1,080) Moving Picture Resolution - 1080 lines Shades of Gradation - 6,144 equivalent HDTV Display Capability (1080p, 1080i, 720p) - Yes EDTV Display Capability (480p) - Yes Other Features - Full HD 3D, AR (Anti-Reflective) Filter, 600Hz Sub-field Drive, 24p Cinematic Playback, 24p Playback(2 - 3), Deep Color, x.v.Color, Pro Setting, THX Mode, ISFccc, 3D Color Management, Sub Pixel Control Speakers - Woofer x 1, Full-range x 2 (L, R) 30 W Inputs/Outputs - 4 x HDMI in, 2 x composite video in with audio, VGA,

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Panasonic/Pioneer is by far the best Mfg. of plasma TV.
Tex
With DirecTV, the HD picture is great - so much better than the old Panasonic plasma we replaced.
iconkatz
The TV is excellent for viewing 2D content in HD, or 3D content on blu-ray.
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46 of 53 people found the following review helpful By DD2 on September 15, 2010
The key to selecting tv is asking what you want this tv for. LCD tv's are lighter, use less energy, costs have come way down, no screen burn in to worry about. However, Plasma tv's are still cheaper, have greater viewing angles, and produce vastly better picture quality. LCD's have come a long way, but they can not reproduce the deep, rich blacks of a plasma. LCD tv's produce pictures that are bright, crisp, and sharp. Most often, you'll find LCD's displaying animated films in store demo mode. The reason is b/c animated films are supposed to be sharp and creased and bright, and are good matches for LCD's. I like films, and plasma's do a much better job displaying them. So, why should you buy this model, and not a lower model? What are the main differences? Well, this model is capable of displaying 1080P 24fps(frames per second) at 24hz(the refresh rate of the pic). What this means, is that it is a perfect match for Blu-ray. Most films are shot in 24fps 24hz. If the tv can't display that, it must Change the signal to it's natural resolution to display the film. Regular tv doesn't run at 1080P 24 fps, only Blu-Ray films. So, this tv is for serious movie buffs only who will be playing plenty of Blu-Ray films. If you only want to watch tv, or dvd, you can easily get a lower model, such as the V10. And also 3d is great and i feel better then other 2 tvs i check out which were sammy 8000 and sony.Right know Tv is down to 3900 with bundle that includes 2-3 pair of glasses 2 movies and bluray player great deal thanks 6th ave ele. Hopefully this tv will last me at least 7yrs. But once again the best tv out for under 4500 hands down.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Shakumdown on November 12, 2010
I recently experienced a household loss of our family's 50 inch HDTV we have used for the past 5 years. Our LG 50PX4DR-H was struck by lighting and was put to rest. I paid a hefty price for the LG back 5 years ago and wanted the best features and viewing experience I could get for a reasonable price. Before that, we had the Toshiba widescreen TW20F40 which was a great TV for it's time. My latest quest lead me to the Panasonic TC-P65VT25 which had the best viewing performance I could find. I reviewed the latest high-end models with LCD, LED and Plasma technology from Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, LG, Vizo and Hitachi, nothing but the plasmas were able to effectively display high speed motion without blurring. All has the latest features with widgets and some had a better implementation than others. Many had better physical dimensions with thin panels and beautiful frames, but I typically do not view content on TVs from the side or outside of the viewing area. I chose the Panasonic TC-P65VT25 for it's ability to display vibrant images and effective implementation of web-based accessible content... I was not concern with the 3D functionality, since I have a defect in my right eye which limits my site to peripheral vision. I did not expect that I could enjoy the technology since shutter glasses require viewing the content with both eyes where two images are displayed, one for the right and one for the left. As it turns out and to my surprise, I am able to enjoy the 3D content, just not as well as my family....

Well, the whole intent to submit my review is that the Panasonic TC-P65VT25 was priced to be close to $5K, but went to one of the local electronics retailers who worked a deal with I got it for $2.6K which was a good deal.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By iconkatz on October 1, 2010
Picture quality the best I have ever seen (including Pioneer). Black levels are incredible; deep, rich, beautiful colors; picture is completely noise free. 3-D works well, but not much content available.
We've had our TC-PC65VT25 for 4 months. The "U2 at the Rose Bowl" concert Blu-Ray really shows off the black levels and overall video quality. We use the VT25 as a video monitor; audio is through a DTS-HD Master capable surround sound system (Onkyo TX-SR707 receiver, bi-amped PSB Image speaker system). The combined effect of the perfect picture and concert quality sound is amazing. With DirecTV, the HD picture is great - so much better than the old Panasonic plasma we replaced. We find ourselves watching bad movies just because they look so good!
3-D picture quality is good, but the content is limited and the 3-D picture doesn't excite me as much as the 2-D performance. 3-D didn't add much to World Cup matches, but college football in 3-D is more compelling than the soccer.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gingerdanger on December 3, 2010
Right now at Video Only You can get this TV with A Panasonic 3D blu-ray player, two extra sets of 3D glasses, Avatar in 3D (Panasonic exclusive) AND they paid the tax on the deal, so the whole package was $3,200 !! Only thing is we have to wait 10 to 14 of the longest days of our lives till they get some in stock. Hurry cause this will be their last shipment of this 2010 model till the new 2011's come out in April. Talk to Brian at South Center!
We love you Brian!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By PyrPaw on December 5, 2010
The Panasonic TC-P65VT25 is an amazing product. The ability to reproduce high definition 1080p images and action sequences is excellent. Blu-ray movies such as The Dark Knight, The International, and the BBC series Life have incredible clarity and realism on this TV. Motion and aliasing artifacts are very infrequent on blu-ray, DVDs, or HDTV. The product rivals the Kuro line by Pioneer. I spent months looking at LCD and Plasma TVs before settling on the Panasonic P65VT25. I was an early adopter and have not been disappointed. The TV is excellent for viewing 2D content in HD, or 3D content on blu-ray.

As background, I have the system set up with a home theater PC. I do not use the available Viera Cast applications much since my computer is networked and I can run Netflix and Media Center applications directly from the PC. However, the Viera Cast applications work well and are predictable. For those who are interested in exploring the benefits of a home theater PC, the viewing of 3D video requires some home work. You should purchase a blu-ray player with at least 4X speed or higher in one of the PC disk drive bays. I am using a gaming system PC with a nVidia GTX460 video card with HMDI output and Cyberlink PowerDVD 10 Mark II to handle the video requirements of 3D blu-ray video. It can also take some work to get the drivers working, but currently the latest drivers as of this review include the nVidia 3D TV play software required to handled the 3D video signal and automatically sync with the 3D glasses. The system includes a rebate for Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and Coraline to demonstrate the 3D function. Additionally, the system setup required me to set the display to option 2 under settings in order to avoid cropping of the signal sent from the computer video card.
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