I have to say that I have now owned this TV for over a year. The screen was run in properly and I have had no experience of logo screen burn as mentioned earlier by other users.The picture is even more stunning now it has been opened up a bit after the running in period. I took a long time in choosing my TV and research has proved valuable as always reading both forums and What Hi Fi; I am certainly not disappionted with the Panasonic and deserves it's 5* rating
I was convinced to buy the VT50 but I found users who have channel logos burned into the screen.
One user made the thread with this problem, other users found their way to this forum and confirm to have the same problem
I don't think this tv should deserve such appraisal. I saw it on in a tv store and the picture is dull, besides a clear lack of depth. I hope What Hi-Fi reviewers are not biased in any way.
TVs are not usually well set up when they're on display in stores, and will often be fed a poor signal, so that won't necessarily give you a good impression of what this set is capable of. And no, we're not biased.
pana needs results like this after 2011 sweeping all awards before them with issues,like their top plasmas had...so good for them,although i did notice 1 lcd bashing plasma biased reviewer on an AV forum say the vt30 is something special, talk about hinting at which tv they have already picked out for tv of 2012.tbh looks like any other £1800 top tier tv. They are by the boatload at this price now. All the better for the consumer.
Not feeling the love for the chrome edging on the bezel. It just about works on the top-end Samsung LEDs where the picture goes right to the edge, but not here...
Last Saturday I had my 55VT50 delivered and I agree with your comments , although I feel the black levels are nothing short of stunning. I set up on 'normal' after finding that in the 'Pro' setups that the contrast is not adjustable (firmware upgrade please Panasonic). However the settings out of the box are superb and B/W pics needed only minor tweaks. One point in the review though, the glasses out of the box ARE NOT USB RECHARGEABLE , you have to change 2032 batteries.
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