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Pansonic TC-P50GT25 is probably the best 3D TV you can be purchased at this time

Sunday, June 5, 2011

I decided that my old 42" rear projection set (which could not even do 1080p) need to go. In 2D TV, this game has everything you could hope for. There are many other reviews prize giving here fixed for its performance in 2D and then leave him alone. As for the 3D technology is very impressive and I seriously doubt you can do better than this TV now. is this change in the years coming years? Maybe. So if you're like me and want to update all get this TV. If you buy this just for 3D, which is also great ... but there are some things you should know.

I have a PS3 so there is a good amount of 3D content available (Blu-ray 3D, 3D games for PS3, PSN downloadable movies in 3D, and streaming movies from Vudu soon 3D). For the vast majority of this, the 3D effect produced by the Panasonic is really remarkable. There is minimal (though still apparent) crosstalk between the left and right images. However, even if its working fine, I would not say that the picture quality is as good as his counterpart in 2D.

Active shutter glasses by definition cut the amount of light hitting your eyes by half. Coupled with the fact that the glasses themselves are pretty tinted, you get a dramatically darker image through the glasses than without. This doesn't mean much if its movie night and you are turning all the lights off and the sound system up... you will definitely be immersed and not disappointed in the picture quality. I just wouldn't bank on it being all that great in heavy sunlight.

As I said, that the above description applies to most of the 3D content. Unfortunately, some content that just does not work very well and certainly will give you a headache. Now let me tell you that this is not the fault of the Panasonic TV.I have nothing to compare 3DTV, it could well be the same 3D content. When things get really 'close' and try to jump out of you, does not look very good. E 'at its best when looking through a film set as a kind of diorama. For example, the "3D net Sizzle" advertising for the new Discovery Channel 3D destiny seems terrible. I mean, really. Terrible. Do yourself a favor and do not look at this (at least in the 3D content), so definitely take some buyer's remorse. Again, this could be the content itself, not on television. But even if this happens, just know that the 3D content is a kind of all or nothing.

When all is said and done, this is a fantastic TV. It 's very similar in 2D and 3D. If you're like me, then minor problems that I have described so far can easily go unnoticed.