Summary: Dealing with Pauls TV was favorable, however the shipper they have contracted with did not meet the arrival date and pretty much does business as that how we do it? Pauls TV made it woeth my purchase and the set was what I expected and happy with the purchase.
Summary: Just a little let down its not passive instead of active however that was my fault for not reading more carefully, so need to buy new glasses to experience the 3D action, which sucks because I have plenty of passive for another 3D TV in another room. This purchase did not include any glasses which was the let down, however the Smart feature on the TV are excellent, you can connect a usb mouse or keyboard to use the web tv services, it comes packed with apps already for...
Summary: The TV performs well, the automatic Wizard picture set-up is helpful. Plenty of inputs, variety of internet choices such as netflix, hulu, etc. On-screen menu is intuitive. Remote is not back-lit. The screen is VERY reflective. I could use it as a mirror when the TV is off. If you can control your light (I cut out all light) this will not be a problem. In a room with general lights or sunlight, you may find yourself seeing reflective items in the room.
Summary: This was my first 3D TV, I really really like it. I got the AG-S350 glasses, and with a 3D blu-ray, it's just great. I picked up some 3D ocean movie, and the dolphins were swimming in my living room. There's an eel sceen that makes you throw your hands up because you think you're going to kiss the eel. A word of caution, I forgot that my receiver needs to play nice with the 3D signal and it doesn't!
Bad glare if not set up correctly. Best bang for your buck for 60" TV's
20 October 2012
Summary: The TV is an amazing value for your money; I got it for 1k. Has a problem with glare but an outstanding picture at night. Full 3D compatibility, full 1080pHD, WiFi connectivity, 60 inches of screen for about $1000? Did I mention its a 2012 model? Fantastic deal.
Summary: We finally had to retire our rear projection big screen and so began the search for a new TV. I looked at LED and Plasma as well as LCD and even projection but ultimately decided on Plasma for a couple reasons. First, the colors look better to my family on the Plasma. The LED almost looked artificial and although we liked the brightness of the LED it just didn't look as natural as the Plasma.