Panasonic TC-P58VT25 Television Review-A Terrific Piece

October 13, in Panasonic

Panasonic usually puts up a good television, especially when you consider its Viera line. Its plasma televisions are no exception, and the Panasonic Viera TC-P58VT25 won’t let the growing tradition down.

The Panasonic TC-P58VT25 is a fifty eight inch 1080p plasma television that offers Internet connectivity for easy access to a variety of content sources, 3D capability (once you get the other components you’ll need like a 3d capable Blu-ray and glasses, which aren’t included here), both Deep Color and x.v.Color technologies, three ten watt speakers with BBE ViVA HD3D surround sound, four HDMI inputs, one analog audio input, two composite video inputs, four audio inputs, one PC input, two component video inputs, one Ethernet port, a Secure Digital memory card slot, one optical digital audio output, and two USB ports.

I love the sound quality here–three ten watt speakers are an interesting departure from the norm–and the picture quality looks pretty sweet too.  I love that this plays almost as nicely with your old hardware as it does your new, so it all adds up to be a television I loved seeing.

About the only thing I didn’t love about the Panasonic TC-P58VT25 was the price tag. The folks out at Best Buy are asking thirty four hundred bucks on this one, and that’s a lot of money no matter how you slice it. You’ll get plenty for what you pay, which is great, but it’ll still be a whopping great initial output.

Still, if you can face down the price tag on this one, the Panasonic TC-P58VT25 will provide plenty of terrific television for a good long while to come.

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