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The Panasonic TX-P42VT20B delivers one of the best 3D experiences that money can buy today, but the more time we spend with first-generation 3D TV displays, the more restless we get with their flaws. It’s becoming clearer that, although 3D TV obviously offers depth that 2D simply doesn’t have, it does require that the user tolerate lower overall picture quality as a trade-off – at least for now.
i personally think this tv was good, but i think it wouldve been better if it was a little bit smaller. the reason for that is that i personally dont like really big tv. but i think the main thing that caught my attention about this tv is the fact that the picture is very clear, almost sparkling, you dont get many tvs where the high definition is that good.
Panasonic still delivers the best 3D in town. Perhaps more importantly, the Viera TX-P46VT20 is a knockout 2D set. It's extremely well-equipped, with picture quality that movie fans will love.
the arrival of 3D TV has reignited the long-running debate as to the relative merits of plasma and LCD tellies. Panasonic insists that plasma technology is best suited to 3D, and backed up its case convincingly with the Viera TX-P50VT20. Rivals Samsung and Sony disagree, but their LCD offerings have struggled to match the clarity of Panasonic's 3D TVs.
Now Panasonic has launched the 46-inch, 1080p Viera TX-P46VT20, which, even if not quite a second-generation 3D plasma TV, is still an upgrade. Plasma fans will be pleased to know that the technology can still lay claim to the three-dimensional high ground. The TX-P46VT20 is available now for around £1,900.
I bought a Panasonic TV TX-P46VT20B a few days ago. One of the factors that influenced the decision to purchase reading different reviews. It was all as always. With TV more disappointments than positive emotions. Compared to my old TV, the picture quality on this TV is just terrible. White color is not really white, but a murky, black rather dark grey. Sharpness is also not normal. If you watch the movie super quality, then Yes, the situation is not so sad. However, the question is, why would I knowingly worst, and a good deal. This TV has only one plus compared to my previous TV is the size. Vendors in the store tell that the TV is good, but actually the opposite. The image quality is very bad. TV this just sucks, will incur to change to something else. I do not recommend buying this model.
A little say about its capabilities: as part of the range VT20, TX-P46VT20 there are 4 HDMI inputs, 2 SCART sockets, component video connectors, analog RGB for computer use, and connectivity of terrestrial and satellite. As there is an Ethernet port, a slot for SD memory cards, and USB connectors for use with multimedia functionality TV.
On the positive side, I note:
Big screen, low price.
On the negative side: the Picture is very strongly dependent on the quality of the signal or the video. Even with good quality, the result will be certainly worse than the TV kinescope beam (not as adjusts the image). Weak brightness and clarity. No contrast and real color reproduction is not even an issue. The sensor is practically invisible, and if sometimes appears, it only degrades the image. The quality of the display TV at a low level.