2011 Australian 3D TV reviews

Every Australian 3D TV we've reviewed this year

If you're in Australia, you've got maybe half a dozen big brands to choose a 3D TV from. We've looked at a whole stack — here's our list of every Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, LG, Sharp or Toshiba 3D TV we've reviewed this year.

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Panasonic VIERA TH-P42ST30A

Panasonic's ST30A plasma hits the sweet spot in the company's plasma TV line-up. It's got image quality that's not too far off last year's top VT20, and it's not particularly expensive either. We don't like Panasonic's plasma design updates, though -- they're still chunky and look less attractive than the competition -- and image brightness and colour vibrance drops a little when switching to the most accurate Cinema colour mode. You'll also have to buy 3D glasses.

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  • Reviewer:
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  • 2nd Aug., 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
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  • Pros:
  • Good image quality
  • Good colour accuracy in Cinema mode
  • Cons:
  • Not as colourful as Samsung or LG plasmas
  • Outdated design
  • No 3D glasses included

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