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'full 3D display'
'Very smooth panning. '
'Reds and greens are especially vibrant and searing, even after a thorough bout of calibration.'
'The new button layout straightforward, with the most important buttons, like the directional pad and playback controls, falling easily under the thumb.'
'The reproduction of detail is meticulous, clinical even, revealing Pandora in all its intricate, imaginative splendour.'
'startling clear picture quality'
'more accurately colored picture'
'Skimpy on inputs (and no PC support).'
'Excellent black levels.'
'Does not include 3D glasses. '
'Top-notch Internet apps, including Skype.'
'resistant screen coating'
'more accurate primary colors'
'The contrast ratio on the TC-P65V10 seemed very good.'
'The TV must be outfitted with the latest technology to keep the colors vivid and the quality sharp without consuming much electricity.'
'Clumsy switching between inputs..'
'excellent black level'
'* Doesn’t outperform its predecessor (TH-50PZ800U). * Color reproduction doesn’t match the HDTV standard, being more vivid.'
'easily the coolest looking plasma HDTV'
'This model has a network connection that was easy to setup.'
'Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio technology provides improved, purer black-level and color performance for sharper detail and more vivid colors.'
'new Tools menu'
'The picture quality from 480i isnt bad, it's slightly soft and shows some graininess.'
'It is tough to find a Plasma TV that performs well in all areas, yet keeping the price affordable.'
'warm, accurate skin tones'
'Television sets with bigger screens are large enough for the whole family to enjoy and will probably be too much for most small bedrooms.'
'bright, crisp picture'
'stunning high contrast picture'
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