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Viera TXP50VT65B
Panasonic Viera TX-P50VT65B

Plasma; Full HD; 50"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media player, Smartphone controlled, PVR, …

If picture quality is more important to you than features, the TX-P50VT65B has little to envy its more expensive siblings from the ZT range and is far better value for money. Colour accuracy, black …

3 reviews


Viera TXP55VT65B
Panasonic Viera TX-P55VT65B

Plasma; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Internet TV, 24p, Audio return channel, Media player, …

"FOR: Class-leading detail; well-balanced colour palette; fantastic handling of contrast; remarkable clarity; natural depth to 3D images. AGAINST: Just three HDMI inputs."

4 reviews


Viera TX-P50 ST60B
Panasonic Viera TX-P50ST60B

Plasma; Full HD; 50"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, 24p; 2500Hz

The Viera TX-P50ST60B offers the best picture quality you can get for less than £1200 thanks to its blazingly fast reaction times, stunning colour reproduction and black levels, 24p mode, and wide …

1 review


Viera TXP50X50B
Panasonic Viera TX-P50X50B

Plasma; HD-Ready; 50"; Audio return channel; 600Hz

"FOR: Great picture, with decent blacks and plenty of detail; low price. AGAINST: Only two HDMI inputs - but at this price, that's about it."

1 review | 81 opinions (Excellent)


Viera TX-L 32 E 6 B
Panasonic Viera TX-L32E6B

LCD; Full HD; 32"; 24p, Internet TV, Web browser, Media player, Media Streaming, …

"The Panasonic TX-L32E6B has all the features and styling touches you'd expect from a giant flagship of a telly, not to mention the picture quality to match. ... It's the perfect …

3 reviews | 141 opinions (Above average)


Viera TX P 65 VT 50B
Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50B

Plasma; Full HD; 65"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Smartphone controlled, 3D Conversion, Internet TV, …

Panasonic's TX-P65VT50B doesn't disappoint, which is lucky because its huge price tag would sit badly with half-baked features or anything other than perfect performance. CNET weren't

2 reviews | 8 opinions (Excellent)


More information at: TechRadar UK, 8/2012 Panasonic TX-P65VT50B The TX-P65VT50B is an intimidating television, but will its bite be as big as its bark? … to review

Viera TX-L 65 WT 600 B
Panasonic Viera TX-L65WT600B

LCD; Ultra HD; 65"; 3D-ready, Integrated camera, Gesture controlled, Internet TV, …

As the first TV ever to boast HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2a, the TX-L65WT600 has one foot in the future, but it's also a stunning offering right now thanks to its gorgeous looks, jawdropping …

6 reviews


Viera TX-P 42 GT 60 B
Panasonic Viera TX-P42GT60B

Plasma; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, 24p, Media Streaming, Smartphone controlled, Internet TV, …

Other contenders might beat the TX-P42GT60 when it comes to features or design, but for picture quality, this plasma is hard to top. It's brighter than last year's models, making its 3D …

4 reviews


Viera TX-P42GT50
Panasonic Viera TX-P42GT50B

Plasma; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media Streaming, Smartphone controlled, 3D Conversion, …

The strongest points of the TX-P42GT50 according to Computer Act!ve are its superb picture quality and very convenient built-in Freesat tuner. Connectivity is excellent and Panasonic's Viera …

5 reviews


Viera TX-P60ZT65 B
Panasonic Viera TX-P60ZT65B

Plasma; Full HD; 60"; 3D-ready, Audio return channel, 3D Conversion, Web browser, …

The folks at Pocket-lint were so impressed by the TX-P60ZT65B's stunning design, amazing smart services and, above all, class-leading image quality, that they said it's possibly the best …

8 reviews


Viera TX-P42-ST60B
Panasonic Viera TX-P42ST60B

Plasma; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media player, Internet TV, PVR, Web browser, …

Like most plasmas, the TX-P42ST60 performs better in dim lighting than in bright rooms, and Panasonic's app selection is a bit stingy, but apart from that, CNET found it to be so good in all …

2 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)


Viera TXP65ST50B
Panasonic Viera TX-P65ST50B

Plasma; Full HD; 65"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Audio return channel, Media player, PVR, 24p, …

Trusted Reviews have no qualms about recommending the P65ST50. Panasonic have outdone themselves with this gigantic set. Picture quality for 2D is wonderful as is the online system. Flaws can be …

2 reviews


Viera TX-P50VT50
Panasonic Viera TX-P50VT50B

Plasma; Full HD; 50"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Web browser, Audio return channel, Smartphone …

The main gripe Trusted Reviews had with the TX-P50VT50 was that it needs a darkened toom to really shine, since it lacks brightness compared to the competition. However, for movie buffs this

8 reviews


More information at: S21, 12/2012 Panasonic TX-P50VT50B The TX-P50VT50B doesn't look bad for a Panasonic set, but it still feels a bit underwhelming considering its price. The most important thing about a TV is its picture quality, though, so S21 find out how it fares. … to review

Viera TX-P 65 VT 65 B
Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT65B

LCD; Full HD; 65"; 3D-ready, Web browser, Audio return channel, Media player, LED Backlight, …

Die-hard movie fans would do well to consider Panasonic's TX-P65VT65, since in Trusted Reviews' opinion, it's a storming performer, particularly with HD content. It needs some

2 reviews


More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 7/2013 Panasonic TX-P65VT65 The TX-P65VT65 is uncharacteristically lean for a 65-inch TV, but is it more than just a pretty face? … to review

Viera TX-P55VT50
Panasonic Viera TX-P55VT50B

Plasma; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media Streaming, Media player, 3D Conversion, PVR, …

TrustedReviews were excited by the flagship 55 inch Panasonic TX-P55VT50 plasma TV, with a smart design and various features. It has Smart TV online and multimedia features, a dual-core processor, it …

1 review


Panasonic Viera TX-L42DT50B
Panasonic Viera TX-L42DT50B

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Web browser, Media Streaming, Audio return channel, 24p, …

Gorgeous looks, sublime image quality and a huge amount of features including built-in WiFi connectivity and a fantastic smart TV platform make Panasonic's TX-L42DT50B one of the company's

2 reviews | 14 opinions (Above average)


More information at: TechRadar UK, 5/2012 Panasonic TX-L42DT50B Panasonic has always favoured performance over looks, but all of a sudden it seems as if it's hired a new crew of designers and it's started pumping out gorgeous looking sets such as the TX-L42DT50B reviewed here. … to review

Viera TX-L32E5
Panasonic Viera TX-L32E5B

LCD; Full HD; 32"; Internet TV, Media Streaming, LED Backlight; 100Hz

"FOR: Good low-light detail; fine contrast; minimal noise; plenty of smart features. AGAINST: Not the best sound quality; warm picture tone might not be to everyone's taste."

2 reviews | 158 opinions (Above average)


More information at:, 5/2012 Panasonic TX-L32E5 Being entry level and lacking 3D capabilities is not putting a damper on Panasonic’s high hopes for their new 32inch TV. … to review

Viera TX-L42WT50
Panasonic Viera TX-L42WT50B

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media player, 3D Conversion, PVR, Media Streaming, …

The huge price tag of the TX-L42WT50B means that it needs to be outstanding in all areas to justify the outlay, and unfortunately that's not the case. S21 liked its design, which is a nice

6 reviews | 59 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 10/2012 Panasonic TX-L42WT50 TV If you thought that Panasonic kept its cutting-edge tech for its plasma sets only, you're in for a surprise with the TX-L42WT50. … to review

Panasonic Viera TX-L47WT50B

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Audio return channel, Smartphone controlled, …

The folks at Trusted Reviews were immensely frustrated by Panasonic's TX-L47WT50 because, while it's a dazzling performer with normally-lit pictures and 3D, dark scenes show a lack of black

4 reviews


More information at: TrustedReviews, 9/2012 Panasonic TX-L47WT50 While Panasonic's recent small-screen LCD TVs have been excellent offerings, its larger models have all fallen prey to backlighting issues, so what can reasonably be expected of the TX-L47WT50? … to review

TX-L 47 DT 65 B
Panasonic Viera TX-L47DT65B

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Internet TV, 24p, LED Backlight, Audio return channel, …

The TX-L47DT65B forces you to live with some shortcomings, such as thin audio, mediocre black levels, and a not too impressive amount of catch-up TV services, but on the other hand, it's a great

5 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)


More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 5/2013 Panasonic TX-L47DT65 Just by looking at the TX-L47DT65 you can tell it's an ambitious TV, but just how well does it perform? … to review


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Product information and further reviews

Panasonic Viera TX-L37EW30: a modern chameleon 5/2011 - No, as a matter of fact, the new LCD newcomer doesn’t offer 3D. But even so, the Panasonic is quite clearly a TV for every occasion. With a screen measurement of 94cm diagonally, it offers a big screen experience that will still fit most walls. On top of this, it can be connected to a multimedia network, record films to its hard drive, and is highly flexible when it comes to TV reception modes. Could this be the TV you’re looking for?

Panasonic TX-P50ST50B S21 12/2012 - The TX-P50ST50B won't win any awards for design, but its huge 50-inch panel is enough of an eye-catcher in and of itself that its drab looks shouldn't be an issue, at least as long as performance is up to scratch.

Panasonic TX-L32ET5 TrustedReviews 6/2012 - Panasonic previously championed plasma screens, but have recently began to produce LCD models, such as the TX-L32ET5.

3D Premiere Audio Video Foto Bild 6/2010 - Curtains up: A new TV generation assumes the honour. In test: Panasonic’s first 3D TV. Review details: Single test. Test criteria were image quality, sound quality, photo playback via USB, connections, operation, and features, environment and health, as well as service. The product was upgraded due to its network connection and its recording feature via USB, among other things.

Panasonic Viera TX-P50VT20B iGIZMO 45 (June 2010) - You'd think shelling out over two grand would get you a pretty good TV - and you'd be right. ...

Panasonic Viera TX-P42S20E 5/2010 - When the favouably-priced 50-inch Plasma LG50PK550 came into our test laboratory at around 800 euros, we were very enthusiastic about its quality & features. Currently, we are carefully examining Pansonic’s cheap competitor, the TX-P42S20E, which has to defend the good reputation of its predecessor S10E. Our review reveals who will eventually win the race.

Panasonic Viera TX-L32G10B - 32in Freesat LCD TV TrustedReviews 4/2009 - Making itself attractive to the 'second room' field with Freesat included, Panasonic's Viera TX-L32G10B 32" LCD TV on initial appearances is completely unremarkable. Design is similar to the larger L37G10 but somehow doesn't carry over. Review details: Single Test. One LCD TV was reviewed and rated on design, features, image quality, sound quality and value.

Full HD comes to Panasonic 32in What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 5/2008 - The question of whether Full HD resolutions would make any difference to picture quality in smaller TV sizes can now, thanks to Panasonic and their new TX-32LZD80 LCD set, finally be answered.

Small set offers serious spec What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 1/2007 - This LCD TV is rather like the 'mini me' version of Panasonic 26in and 32in sets with which we're familiar, and - as such - it boasts an impressive spec for such a small TV.

Panasonic TX26LXD60 5/2006 - When we reviewed Panasonic's earlier TX26LXD52 model we questioned whether it could be improved in the coming year -- a few months later it has.

Head to head test: Plasma vs LCD AVReview 5/2006 - Deciding what type of flat screen technology to go for used to be simple - plasma for large screen sizes (42”+) and LCD for smaller screens (-32”). But then the 37inch screen was introduced, falling directly between the large and small screen domains that divided the technologies. So now both LCD and plasma are trying to stake their claim for the 37in territory, but which is best? We've put together a head-to-head test between two leading 37in screens featuring rival technologies - Panasonic's TH-37PX60 plasma against Toshiba's 37WLT66 LCD to find which will be the last panel standing. Review details: An LCD television and a similar sized Plasma went head to head and were rated based on specification and usability, design and connectivity, and performance. No scores were given.

Panasonic Viera TH42PX60 4/2006 - Panasonic's Viera range is now firmly established as a front-running flat-screen brand. The manufacturer's early missteps, such as the use of low-resolution screens and a lack of digital video connections, have now been consigned to the dustbin marked 'past mistakes', as this new model shows.

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