Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV Driver
The mammoth inch P65VT50 is Panasonic's flagship TV, with its most uncompromising plasma panel and multimedia features. Panasonic's plasma TVs start at 42in and go up to 65in screen sizes, while LED pictured), 55in (TX-P55VT50) and 65in (TX-P65VT50) sizes. Review or Purchase Panasonic TC-P65VT50 - SMART VIERA 65 Class VT50 Series Full HD 3D Plasma HDTV ( Diag.) - Progressive Full HD 3D - THX 3D.
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Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV Driver
The TV's built-in Bluetooth also allows for the addition of a wireless keyboard or wireless headphones, options you don't Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV with the ST The THX modes are designed to provide the best, most accurate image out of the box, without requiring a lot of adjustment on the part of the end user.
Panasonic does allow you to fine-tune basic picture controls like contrast, brightness, color, tint, sharpness, and color-temperature presets within the THX modes something Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV doesn't allow with its THX modesbut neither mode really required much tweaking to produce an attractive image for its respective viewing environment. Those who would like to perform a Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV advanced calibration must use the Custom picture mode in order to access the Pro menu.
Both TVs offer six gamma presets, but the VT50 adds a point gamma detail adjustment.
The VT50 also Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV a p Pure Direct mode that enables support of a 4: Both TVs include Panasonic's Motion Smoother function, designed to improve motion resolution and reduce film judder using frame interpolation. The ST50 can output 24p Blu-ray sources at either 48Hz or 60Hz; the VT50 adds the more desirable 96Hz option for 2D content only that shows each film frame four times to produce slightly smoother, less-juddery motion.
Remarkably, despite the 65" screen size, the P65VT50 is only 4cm Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV but even with these svelte dimensions the entire display weighs a hefty 43kg, no doubt thanks to the glass front.
At the rear are standard fixing points for wall mounting and the provided stand is rectangular in shape, with a two-tone gunmetal grey to silver finish and a silver trim. The overall design of the P65VT50 is both contemporary and tasteful, with a solid construction that perfectly compliments its flagship status. The P65VT50 uses Panasonic's new upgraded remote control, Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV whilst still made of plastic, has a rather attractive gloss black finish and feels very comfortable in the hand.
It is well made, sensibly laid out and easy to use, it even includes a backlight for use in the dark. The pad allows users to tap, slide and scroll their way through menus and web pages and works reasonably well.
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Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV can choose between a sensitivity of Min, Mid or Max and we found the higher sensitivity setting our preferred choice. The P65VT50 ships with two pairs of Panasonic's new RF 3D glasses and although the included glasses use batteries, there is also a rechargeable version that can be bought separately.
These new glasses use RF radio frequency rather than IR infra-red to sync with the TV and as such, we never had any problems with syncing. The new glasses are incredibly light - Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV 26g - and so comfortable to wear that you quickly forget you had them on.
The glasses themselves have quite large lenses that fit over regular glasses, provide a suitably wide field of view and are very neutral in tint. There is a switch at the top of the frame above the bridge of the nose where you turn the glasses on and off, they sync automatically and will switch off if they don't receive a sync signal for 5 minutes. The layout of the connections on the P65VT50 are identical to the other two VT50 models Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV, despite having a 65" screen size, the side facing HDMI inputs are still only 10cm from the edge.
In addition, there are inputs for various legacy connections and these use Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV breakout adapters. The AV2 connection doubles up for both component and composite video and the AV selection menu lets you manually select which type of signal is being sent, whilst the AV1 input is exclusively for SCART sources.
The connections for these breakout adaptors are facing downwards, along with the aerial and satellite inputs, an optical digital out and a LAN socket for those without a wireless network. Overall this is a comprehensive set of connections and our only comment would be that the absence of a RS serial connector might cause problems for custom installers, although at least the P65VT50 uses a detachable three Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV plug with a right angled connector to aid in wall mounting.
Menus The P65VT50 uses the same menu system found on all Panasonic's TVs this year and it remains a well designed menu system, that is responsive, easy to read and intuitive to navigate.
The menu now has five primary sub-menus Picture, Sound, Timer, Setup Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV a new one called Network We have covered the menu system in detail in both the reviews of the P50VT50 and the P55VT50, so we will concentrate here on the Picture sub-menu. There are also two Professional modes Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV need be activated in the Settings menu and can be locked by professional calibrators as isf Day and Night settings.
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This sub-menu also includes all the usual picture controls such as Contrast for adjusting the luminance of the video signal, Brightness for adjusting the black level, Colour control and Sharpness. There is Vivid Colour which boosts the saturation of the Panasonic Viera TX-P65VT50Y TV and C. Contrast Automatic Tracking System which is used to adjust picture contrast according to ambient light in the room but this can cause fluctuations in the image and is best left off.
There is also a P-NR Noise Reduction function that is designed to reduce compression artefacts but we found this control to be of no real benefit so turned it off.