If you want to mount the TV on the wall: The source terminals are led out the side down, and indeed, however, is the bulky power cord from about 25 millimeters, thus preventing a completely flush installation.
No power saver
A vexed issue for plasma TVs is still the power consumption. This also depends on the TX-P50VT50E overall very strongly on the brightness of the displayed images, and varies in our measurements, even in the most stringent energy-saving mode 127-262 watts. DC Large LED tvs need only about half.
Conclusion Panasonic TC-L32X5
Home theater enthusiasts who want the best picture are put, with this premium plasma from Panasonic very well advised. The TX-P50VT50E confident in the test with an excellent image quality in 2D and in 3D without the annoying artifacts. Also, the equipment with great on-line and network features, many tuners and USB interfaces as well as recording is top. Only the somewhat weak compared to the tone and LED dim competition to high power consumption, the overall picture a little.
The Samsung UE46ES7090 for € 1,600 in the test offered a slightly better sound than the Panasonic plasma and a convincing image quality. In addition, waiting the 46-inch TV with a phenomenal innovative features and control features: How to find, among other voice and gesture control on board the TV. There is also an integrated Web cam for video calls on Skype, two different remote controls and you can connect a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard.