Summary: I've had the TV for a few months. When I first got the TV I recall thinking the picture was excellent. The previous reviews I read were that the screen starts to fade after a year. That may be true but unless I had a new TV to compare with it's hard to notice. I don't use the 3-D feature. You need to buy a Sound Bar or Surround Sound System because the sound out of the TV is poor.
Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 65-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV
Levelle M Laney, Amazon
6 May 2013
Summary: I purchased this Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 65-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV, 2011 Model in 2012 to replace an older 65-Inch Panasonic Plasma TV that I still own. This was priced last year for about $1,700.00. Some sellers are now asking $2,300.00 and up for a 2011 model. This has an excellent picture and although there is some mirrored reflection on the screen, the price and quality of Panasonic is what it is.
Summary: Was good out of the box, but I had a professional calibrate THX Mode, and I really loved the display. Black level was great, and the color in THX mode was very accurate. Recently sold to a friend (over 2500 hours on it) who loves it, and I bought a VT50. panasonic makes a good plasma.
Horrible customer service but Fantastic Picture Quality, Great Value
21 March 2013
Summary: There are enough reviews out there on the internet about the Panasonic VIERA TC-P65GT30 65-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV and it's (TC-P65GT50) successor that I don't need to add much. Fantastic picture quality for the money and nothing really seems to come close. It is a Plasma so it has a fantastic viewing angle and great blacks but the screen is a bit reflective and not the brightest so you'll have to live with that. It's also one of the most power hungry TVs out there.
Summary: I waited and waited watching for the price to drop, and was rewarded when it dropped to under $1800. Wow, the picture is excellent, and the features are very nice. Love panasonic tv's, this is my second one, and their plasma is second to none. Have had it for almost a year now, and no regrets.
Summary: I've had this for 7 months now and am still pleased with it, the only down side is that plasma's are a little dimmer than a LED or LCD, picture quality is great, sound is good, menue is good not great. If your a movie buff this would suite you well but for regular TV and use as a computer monitor (which I do) the LED or LCD would be a better choice. So far I haven't had any issues or problems and everything works fine.
Summary: As soon as I saw this TV during a sale I just had to have it since the price was too good to be true. I have yet to see the price go back that low. For a 2011 model, this can still compete with the latest models. It did not make sense to spend over a $1000 more for features that did not make any difference. Plasma is Plasma, 3D is 3D and 65" is 65"! The one minor problem is the sound from the TV.