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Panasonic's new GT30 is a more affordable version of its VT30 3D plasma TV, with a Neo PDP plasma display and the ordinary version of its Infinite Black 2 technology. Apart from that, though, it shares the same features as the manufacturer's high-end television, including active 3D, THX in 2D and 3D, a PVR, support for DLNA 1.5 and more ... The range of sizes available has also changed: if you want a 55'' or 65'' screen, you'll have to go back to the original VT30 as the GT30 is only available in Europe in 42'', 46'' and 50'' versions. Panasonic hasn't just improved the quality of the components involved: the new GT30 is also thinner (down from 8.2 cm to 5.8 cm) and easier on the eye than the GT20. The whole thing is very elegant. Interestingly, for the first time, these new designs come from studios in the UK and the US rather than Japan. Another welcome redesign is the menu, which is something we've waited a long time for. Navigating through it is now even easier, and the whole thing is attractive and effective. The GT30 offers four HDMI inputs, an Ethernet port, an optical audio output, composite and component video and three USB inputs. The latter can be used to connect an external storage device like a USB key or external hard drive to record TV programmes and to use with time-shifting.
Just when LCD seemed to be poised for world domination, plasma's clear advantages with 3D saw a swift upturn in the technology's fortunes.Recent new active 3D TVs from Samsung and Panasonic itself have shown big leaps forward for LCD's 3D capabilities, though, while LG's passive LCD alternative has also been making waves. Panasonic's second wave of 3D plasmas has much to prove, then, and the TX-P50GT30B represents a radical overhaul of the previous generation.A NeoPlasma panel replaces the previous NeoPDP technology, with highlights including faster-switching phosphor and a new filter.Panasonic's new slim plasmas also now sit in a more affordable position in its range and the TX-P50GT30B sports not only dual high-definition Freeview and Freesat tuners, but also Panasonic's new Viera Connect online platform, plus extensive multimedia talents.The 50-inch TX-P50GT30B is joined in the lineup by the 42-inch TH-P42GT30B and 46-inch TH-P46GT30B. Amazingly, despite this series' awe-inspiring spec, it's not quite at the pinnacle of Panasonic's current 3D range. The VT30 series adds an extra high-contrast filter and boosts sound by installing new dual-range speakers together with a boxed subwoofer.