Panasonic TC-P50VT25 Television Review-Incredibly Beautiful Picture and Sound

An exciting piece to talk about today, because it’s a part of that high-quality lineup known as the Magnolia home theater assortment. Today, we’ve got the Panasonic TC-P50VT25, a system that offers fantastic picture and sound quality at an appropriately fantastic price.

The Panasonic TC-P50VT25 is a fifty inch 1080p 3D-capable (once you’ve picked up some extra components) plasma television that offers Internet connectivity for access to a huge variety of content providers (Netflix and YouTube just start the list), both Deep Color and x.v.Color technologies to improve picture quality, three (yes, three) ten watt speakers, four HDMI inputs, one analog audio input, two composite video inputs, two audio inputs, one PC input, two component video inputs and one Ethernet port, one optical digital audio output, and two USB ports.

Both the picture and the sound quality on this one are really nice–I was plenty impressed when I saw this one, and that third speaker really makes for an interesting effect. Even better, there’s both room for your older and newer components here; naturally newer components get more room, but the older components have some room too.

And of course, you’re going to pay for this kind of quality, and pretty heavily, too. Twenty six hundred bucks is a pretty big price tag, but given what all you get, it’s worth it if you’re not too concerned about the budget and want a new and extremely powerful television.

The Panasonic TC-P50VT25 may cost an arm and a leg, but it’s going to provide plenty of use and capability for the large check you’ll write to get it.