“I bought my Runco SP-50DHD 50" 1080i/720p Plasma HDTV with the DHD HD Scaler about 5.5 years ago, just before Runco started producing their 1080P HDTV’s. Sadly, if I had waited about six months!
However, even though I don’t truly have a 1080p HDTV I am still not disappointed in my purchase. Obviously, being such an older HDTH there is no 3D availability or video stream, and this is purely a...” --bond_fan
“50" screen slim design (2-3/4" deep)
Includes a stand or can be wall mounted with optional mounting kit
VESA 400mm x 400mm compliant.
Digital 3D comb filter
High contrast ratio (10,000:1) and brightness (630 cd/m²)
16W sound system
simulated surround + 5-band equalizer
4 HDMI, 2 component, 1 composite, 1 PC and 1 RF.
1 digital audio, 1 analog audio...” --tubetwister
“We bought this in March 2008, on sale at Costco. A friend had a larger (50") version of the same set; we liked it, but the 42" was fine for us then. Now, of course, it's pretty dinky-looking, even in our very small (6' x 8') "home theater".
It is a very basic TV, plasma or otherwise, by today's standards, with no Internet connection, only 2 HDMI connections, and none of the other modern...” --PhoebeAnn60
“I have had this tv for several years. It was our home theater tv until it was replaced with our 60" led. It has since been retired to the bedroom. We picked this tv for price and picture quality. We payed 1200 at best buy. Out of all the tv's available this had the most curb appeal with a gloss black case and rounded edges. The picture was fantastic and the price was in the range of what I...” --Raider Jim
This TV is a great value for such a low price... and remember I only paid four ninety-nine for a 50" plasma, which is something that was unheard of until ~2012.
This TV has about the smallest bezel I've ever seen in the price range. I understand this bezel size has become common on many TVs but it seems like the budget range usually gets stiffed with large bezels and silver...” --bdsimmons2
“This TV really is a very high performer. I really don't have any complaints about the TV itself. All my family and friends think this TV has the best picture out of any TV's they have ever seen. I have it calibrated using the THX Optimizer. The picture really is fantastic, it has bright vivid colors and it handles sports amazingly. This TV has gotten a bad reputation because of having very poor...” --flickhtguru
“I purchased this in 2006 and had to buy the HDMI module to plug into it. This is a monitor without the ability to connect directly to cable because it doesn't have a tuner. Since I've always had a cable box, I was able to put more money into the picture, rather than paying for a tuner I would never use. Total cost at the time was close to $3,000. That said, people still look at my TV and ask...” --mtkeg
“The 60ZT60 is my first Plasma TV and I went big with my purchase and it was well worth it. Coming from a Sharp LCD TV from 2005 I can say the Plasma does everything better even reflection management is better than the matte LCD I had on the Sharp. The TV is super thin and is amazing with its color accuracy and black levels. Have watched a few 3D movies on it and they looked great, but having...” --herushan
Panasonic VT60 Series Plasma HDTV (55, 60, and 65-Inch) Add an elegant touch to your living room VIERA TVs offer the best possible picture quality -- achieving rich and robust blacks, high moving-picture resolution, smooth and velvety gradation, and vibrant colors. With stunning images and state-of-the-art design, VIERA TVs bring a special ambience to your living room. ...
Having owned multiple high end displays, all from full array back lit LED's to plasmas and most Panasonic's since the 800U minus the V10 and VT50 I was very excited to get my hands on the ZT60. Having and still currently owning a 65VT30 and a Kuro KRP 500M I had lots to compare it to using the 2 aforementioned displays as reference for it's performance to gauge the...” --Sammie2980