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Panasonic TX-P42ST30B

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      22.09.2015 10:43
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      • "Sleek design"


      • "Glass is made of a polymer"

      Great Plasma even though it's fragile in structure.

      This plasma earned a 10 in image quality and outperforms every other TV we've ever reviewed, with the exception of legendary Pioneer Kuro (the VT60 basically tied it) and of course Big Zed below. It beats the ST60 in every way including daytime viewing, although if your living room is particularly bright, the ZT60 is an even better choice. In the dark the two are equal in every important way, however -- and when you throw in its superior sound quality and features, the VT is the better value, too.

      Now let me talk a bit about the other Plasma TVs on the market; Did we mention value before? OK, well, compared with OLED or 4K TVs, the ZT60 isn't a bad value at all. It's still crazy-expensive, however, and only high-end shoppers with a burning desire to own the best image quality we've ever tested need apply. It beats the VT60 in only one area, bright rooms, but on the other hand isn't quite as good in those situations as the ultrabright Samsung PNF8500, or any of the brighter LED-based LCDs. The ZT60 trounces the F8500 and any LED LCD in the friendly confines of a dark room, however, giving it an overall edge that deserves the "reference" hype.
      Read the full review of the Panasonic TC-PZT60 series. Until the TX-P4 came along, I've never given a 3-star review to a TV. It's just that good. The picture quality will please even the most persnickety videophile, although those who can afford better might be even happier with a VT or ZT below.


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