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Panasonic VIERA TC-P60ST60 60-Inch 1080p 600Hz 3D Smart Plasma HDTV (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Active 3D Full HD; 2500 Focused Field Drive
  • Infinite Black Pro Panel
  • VIERA Connect with Web Browser
  • Includes 2 Pairs of 3D Active Glasses
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 55 X 32.5 X 1.93 Inches, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 55 X 34.6 X 13.2 Inches
  • Active 3D Full HD
  • 2500 Focused Field Drive
  • Key Features: Smart TV, Built-in wireless LAN
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Technical Details

Size: 60-Inch
  • 3D Compatiblity

Product Description

Size: 60-Inch



Panasonic ST60 Series Plasma HDTV (50, 55, 60, & 65-Inch)

Spectacular Full HD 3D picture with smart connectivity

VIERA TVs offer the best possible picture quality -- achieving rich and robust blacks, high moving-picture resolution, smooth and velvety gradation, and vibrant colors. With stunning images and state-of-the-art design, VIERA TVs bring a special ambience to your living room. 

2013 Panasonic TVs are focused on sleek, minimalist designs, where unncessary elements are stripped away to highlight the awe-inspiring images on screen. The ST60 features an Infinite Black Pro panel which allows images to be reproduced with smooth gradation and deep, rich blacks - even when viewed in bright surroundings. Additionally, share your favorite content with family friends and convert 2D images into high-quality 3D.   


ST60

Crisp, Moving Pictures

2500 Focused Field Drive technology allows for high motion-image performance. This function is great for dynamic sports scenes and breathtaking fast-action movie shots.

Crisp Moving Pictures

Rendering Ultimate Blacks

Panasonic plasma TVs are legendary for their deeper, jet-black shades. Even in brightly lit rooms, deep areas and fine textures within dark scenes are rendered with meticulous detail. 


Ultimate Black Levels


Smooth, Velvety Images

Light is emitted in 24,576 steps for smooth, velvety gradation. This allows for vivid colors on your TV like jet blacks and brilliant whites, with rich textures and smooth image performance.

Smooth, Velvety Images

Super Clear Resolution

With 1080p Pure Direct function and a fast image processor, Panasonic TVs reproduce video with stunning quality, bringing you high-res images with life-like colors.
 

Super Clear 1080p Resolution

Smart TV Made Easy

More fun comes via a cloud service. VIERA Internet-ready TVs feature VIERA Connect, a cloud service that provides access to apps for video, music, social networking, games, news, lifestyle, sports, and health/fitness. Popular apps include Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, Facebook, Twitter, and huluplus. Panasonic's Smart VIERA platform makes TV entertainment more intuitive, more comfortable, and lots more fun. 


my Home Screen

Make your TV personal. VIERA allows you to instantly access your favorite content on a personalized TV screen. It's a whole new user experience that is all about....you.

my Home Screen
Skype Communication & Social Networking TV

Use the social networking TV app to access social network sites and communicate with your loved ones while simultaneously watching TV. Watch live sports while upping the excitement by chatting with your friends as the game unfolds. *Skype camera not included 

Skype

Swipe and Share 2.0

Easily share special moments with your family and friends. Link your smart device to the TV and freely share content by swiping forward with one finger. Save by swiping back with two fingers.

Share
Electronic Touch Pen Function Capability

Experience a new way to use your TV. Use the Electronic Touch Pen to write text or draw pictures on the screen, then trade them with friends or save them. *Electronic Touch Pen not included with purchase 

Touch Pen Capability
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     Technical Details

    Video: 50, 55, 60, and 65-Inch class (measured diagonally), Full HD 1080p, 600Hz refresh rate, fast-switching phosphors, 24,576 gradation
    Key Features: Smart TV, Built-in wireless LAN, 2D-3D conversion, VIERA Link, Voice Guidance, Infinite Black Pro
    Input and Output Connections: 3 HDMI, 2 USB
    Eco-Friendly Features: Mercury and lead-free panel, long panel life (up to 100,000 hours)
    What's in the Box: ST60 HDTV, 3D active glasses (2 pairs included), TV remote, user manual
 

2013 Panasonic VIERA Plasma HDTV Comparison Chart

Series ZT60
VT60
ST60
S60
X60
Models: 55", 60", 65"
50", 55", 60", 65"
42", 50"
Display Resolution
1080p Full HD 3D
1080p Full HD 3D 1080p Full HD 3D 1080p Full HD
720p HD
Display Drive
3000 Focused Field Drive
3000 Focused Field Drive
2500 Focused Field Drive
600Hz Sub-Field Drive
600Hz Sub-Field Drive
Internet Ready
Built-in Wi-Fi w/ Bluetooth
Built-in Wi-Fi w/ Bluetooth
Built-in Wi-Fi
Built-in Wireless LAN

Shades of Gradation
30,720 steps
30,720 steps
12,288 steps
6,144 steps
6,144 steps
Surround Speaker Mode
VR-Audio Pro Surround 2.1
VR-Audio Pro Stage 2.1
VR-Audio Pro Surround 2.1
V-Audio
V-Audio
Mercury and Lead Free Panel
Panel
NeoPlasma Black 3000
NeoPlasma Black 3000
NeoPlasma Black


Filter
Ultimate Black
Infinite Black Ultra
Infinite Black Pro


3D Eyewear Included
2 included
2 included 2 included

2D-3D Conversion

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
Media Player (SD, USB, DLNA via LAN)
SD/USB & DLNA
SD/USB & DLNA
SD/USB & DLNA
USB & DLNA
USB
HDMI
3
3
3
2
2
Support Feature
ARC (input 2)
ARC (input 2)
ARC (input 2)
ARC (input 2)
ARC (input 2)
Component Video Input
1 RCA phono type (lower)
1 RCA phono type (lower)
1 RCA phono type (lower)
1 RCA phono type (rear)
1 RCA phono type (rear)
USB Port
3
3
2
2
1
Digital Audio Output (Optical)
1 (side)
1 (side) 1 (side) 1 (rear) 1 (rear)
Ethernet
 1 (lower)
 1 (lower)
1 (lower) 1 (rear)

SD Card Slot

VIERA Link

VIERA Connect
Online Movies Only
E-Help
my Home Screen/Swipe & Share 2.0

VIERA Remote 2 (App Compat.)*

Social Networking TV & Skype**


Voice Guidance

Voice Interaction



Electronic Touch Pen Capability
Fast Switching Phosphors



VIERA Touch Pad Controller Included


ISFCC Certification



Dual Core with Hexa Processing


THX 3D Certification


Built-in Camera
option
option



*Does not include smartphone
**Optional communication camera required



Product Dimensions:

Dimensions (W x H x D) (w/o stand) 55.0" x 32.4" x 2.0" inches
Dimensions (W x H x D) (with stand) 55.0" x 34.6" x 13.2" inches

Product Information

Size:60-Inch

Technical Details

Brand Name Panasonic
Item Weight 78.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 13.2 x 55 x 34.6 inches
Item model number TC-P60ST60
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Name Black
Special Features 3D Compatiblity

Technical Specification

Additional Information

ASIN B00AVRJK4Y
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 490 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #70,588 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#9 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > Plasma TVs
Shipping Weight 94.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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Date First Available January 8, 2013

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Size: 55-Inch
I will keep this as brief as I can and will not get too technical. I have done a lot of the research and visited the HDTV enthusiast forums and looked high and low for the right TV in my price range. The TV I was told to buy from several sources was the Panasonic ST50. That TV was discontinued to make way for it's replacement (2013) model the ST60, so I got it. I have been nothing but pleased with this TV and it's features.

If you want a superior quality pictures with all the right blacks and vivid colors, look no further. If you just want a great TV for the money, look no further. How this TV gets this quality at this price range is a mystery to me. It is a plasma TV, and there are some advantages and dis-advantages to that. Mostly advantages, but not for everyone. Disadvantages that might disqualify this TV to someone could be the weight, since plasma TVs are a bit heavier... so if you plan on hanging this somewhere that the weight might be an issue, get an LCD. Also if you view TV in the daytime in a room with a ton of windows for some reason (your likely watching soaps), you might want an LCD that handles highly lit rooms a little better. It is also a bit more fragile than an LCD and the glass is more likely to break if something hits it (kids toy, wii remote etc), you can buy a screen protector to solve that issue, but you will spend an extra $140 or so.

Anyhow, I have compared this TV to the ST50 and the quality of the image is the same. They use identical boards and screen tech. The only noticeable changes has been updates to the Smart TV interface and options and the slight difference in appearance (ST50 had transparent plastic rim along the frame of the TV, the ST60 has a small silver rim.
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Size: 55-Inch
I am definitely not a videophile but am a techie. So when searching for a TV to replace our twenty year old Sony tube (which is still great) I was able to catch on pretty quickly to new features. Our list was fairly simple: light TV viewing, medium movie viewing, light video game usage, light web and apps usage, $1500 or less and 50+ inches.

As my daughter and I drove to Costco she poured over the March 2013 Consumer Reports and had concluded that we should get a Panasonic plasma. I like Panasonic but has reservations about plasma based on vague anecdotes about short life spans and energy use. We arrived at Costco and were lucky enough to quickly find their electronics guru. I described our criteria and he firmly recommended the Panasonic ST and VT plasma's but said Costco did not carry them.

We looked around Costco's impressive selection and asked for guidance. Features aside, our eyes easily picked out the sharpest pictures and they were the Samsung Smart TVs in the $1550 - $2800 range (we didn't bother to look at the more expensive sets). The $1550 Samsung did not have 3D, had a plain plastic bezel and was at the high end of our price range so we were at an impasse. The friendly guru reminded us that in his estimation, the Panasonic ST50 (exactly the one Consumer Reports raved about) or the 2013 version, ST60, was his first choice by far in our price range. We left empty-handed.

That evening we researched the Panasonic and found that it really was in a class by itself for the price, underscored by CNET's 5-star rave review. So we headed to a local video store the next night and checked out their selection and came to the same conclusion: Samsung Smart TVs and a couple others had outstanding pictures.
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10/30/13 Update:
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Image retention is worse than I initially realized. The digital on-screen graphics from baseball games (for example) take many, many hours to disappear. Even leaving the screen wipe on overnight doesn't completely remove them. And I spent enough time in the menu during the initial calibration that the VIERA logo from the menu has "burned in" so badly that it is still faintly visible a month later. I highly doubt that IR is this stubborn on the F8500, so that - along with brightness - is a reason to consider purchasing that model instead of a Panasonic.

Line bleed hasn't shown any improvement yet.

Color temperature had gotten quite a bit warmer since my first calibration (color temperature gradually shifts warmer on all plasmas as they age).

Color is more accurate after the second calibration. Average color error with Color Checker patterns is 0.85 dE.

I still love this TV, but the ABL and image retention are significant flaws.

Original Review:
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Pros:
+ Black level is excellent. My meter measures it at 0.003 fL, resulting in an on/off contrast ratio of ~13,500:1 and an ANSI contrast ratio of ~8,100:1.
+ Overall post-calibration color accuracy is good.
+ I haven't noticed any significant color gradation problems. Reviews indicate that this is still an issue on the 2013 Panasonic plasmas, but I really haven't found it to be a problem.

Cons:
- This is not a bright TV, even by plasma standards. At high or even moderate APL, the TV's luminance is severely limited. It's noticeably dimmer than my older, cheaper plasma, much dimmer than the Samsung F8500 plasma, and obviously much, *much* dimmer than LCDs.
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