Panasonic DT30 3D
Panasonic introduces DT30, first 3D LED model

11 Jan 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Panasonic has developed 32 and 37 inch IPS Alpha LCD panels with LED and 3D and will introduce their first 3D LCD-TV in a DT30 range. Panasonic plans to launch VIERA 3D LCD-TVs in the North American market this spring and later in the rest of the world.

Panasonic 3D LCD-TVs

Panasonic’s new 3D LCD-TV with LED is called DT30 and has been unveiled at CES 2011. The TVs are based on Panasonic’s own IPS Alpha LCD panel technology that now handles 3D.

Panasonic DT30
Panasonic DT30


Panasonic says that their new 3D LCD panels have minimal crosstalk because of the faster response time on the IPS panel. To tackle these challenges, Panasonic made major changes to the whole process of panel making. A newly developed Advanced Pre-Charged Driving technology that achieves a scanning rate of 2 ms and the 240 Hz system should provide users with a great 3D experience.

Panasonic D30
Panasonic D30


With the development of the new 3D IPS Alpha LCD panels, Panasonic will add mid-size models to their 3D line-up, with the large-sized 3D plasma-TV to account for the the 42+ segment. To learn more about Panasonic’s 2011 plasma ranges see this article.

Panasonic E30
Panasonic E30


Panasonic has also unveiled other LCD-TV ranges with LED backlight and without, including the D30 range, a step down from the DT30 range, and the cheaper E30 range.

In the DT30 and D30 series Panasonic will be integrating their new Viera Connect internet interface with cloud-based content services. They will also feature DLNA with support for video, music and pictures.

Panasonic DT30
Panasonic DT30


Panasonic has worked hard on design which means that a new minimalistic Flush Design has found its way into the DT30 and D30 ranges. The Flush Design has slimmer bezels and the depth of the TVs have been reduced.

For specifications see below.

DT30 specifications
  • Full HD 3D
  • Flush Design
  • LED
  • 240 Hz with Motion Pro 4
  • 4 HDMI
  • Viera Connect
  • ISF Pro
  • DLNA

    Panasonic’s DT30 range will be available in 32 and 37 inches called TC-L32DT30 and TC-L37DT30.

    D30 specifications
  • Full HD
  • Flush Design
  • LED
  • 120 Hz with Motion Pro 4
  • 4 HDMI
  • Viera Connect
  • DLNA

    Panasonic’s D30 range will be available in 42 inches called TC-L42D30.

    E30 specifications
  • Full HD
  • LED
  • 120 Hz with Motion Pro 4
  • 4 HDMI
  • DLNA

    Panasonic’s E30 range will be available in 42 inches called TC-L42E30.

    U30 specifications
  • Full HD
  • 120 Hz with Motion Pro 4
  • 3 HDMI

    Panasonic’s U30 range will be available in 42 inches called TC-L42U30.

    X30 specifications
  • 720p resolution
  • 3 HDMI
  • iPod Entertainment Kit

    Panasonic’s X30 range will be available in 32 inches called TC-L32X30.

    Panasonic DT30
    Panasonic DT30


    Panasonic will also introduce other LCD and LED ranges. For full information see www.panasonic.com.

    Availability and prices

    Panasonic’s 2011 LCD and LED models will be available from March or April 2011. These are the US models but we expect most of them to arrive in Europe as well. The prices have not been announced yet.



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