3D TV reviews

Every 3D TV review we've done, all rounded up

If you want to watch 3D movies bursting out of the screen, you'll need a 3D TV: a regular LCD or plasma just won't cut it. We've made sure you can find every review of every 3D TV we've done easily -- they're all here in one place.

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Panasonic VIERA TH-P65VT30A

Panasonic's latest and greatest and largest 3D plasma TV is excellent when paired with a high quality Blu-ray player, for both 2D and 3D movies. It's not even especially expensive given its huge screen size. Its internal digital TV tuner isn't very good though, so we'd recommend pairing it up with a TiVo or other high quality PVR. In addition, a few other questionable video quality changes since last year's VT20 mean that the VT30 isn't better in every way. Chassis thickness and bland bezel aside, the VT30 is a television that we're generally impressed with.

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  • 19th Oct., 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
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  • Pros:
  • Good 3D and 2D Full HD performance
  • Surprisingly reasonable price tag
  • Cons:
  • Free to air TV doesn't look great
  • Black performance isn't perfect

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