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16 February 2015
Summary: Years after purchasing this (over 10 years ago), my Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV is still kicking. It has held up -- the color and sound are still great. Right now, I only use it for DVDs and Netflix. My dad used to use it for broadcast and cable TV, and he was extremely happy.
Summary: No complaints, really. You get what you pay for, so it doesn't have the ultimate in picture quality, but it has been bulletproof and does the job well. I've owned 2 of these for several years, and no problems.
Summary: I have had this TV for three years now, I absolutely love it. I got it as my first TV in college with the expectation of having it for a long time. I do hours of research before buying anything of significance, and trust me I did mine when it came to this TV.
Summary: This TV has great picture quality but after having it about 8 months the sound began to become distorted after it had been on for an extended time. At first we thought it was our Direct TV Receiver but after getting that replaced we discovered it was the TV itself.
Summary: The television is bright and has a very good picture. We have been using it for almost a year and are happy EXCEPT that there is no way to connect external stereo headphones. This is bad news for people who are hard of hearing and use assistive devices.
Summary: This is a good HDTV for people on a budget. My parents have the Panasonic TC-L32U22 32-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, which is about $100 more. If you aren't obsessed with 1080p and just want a quality HDTV, this is it. I don't know about you, but I can't justify spending $100 more to up from 720p to 1080p.
Summary: if you are transitioning from crts, this is perfect. i got this at best buy for $300 and it's great. if you are all about settings and black levels and all the mumbo jumbo out there, this might not be it for you. but if you want a no hassle, plug-in-and-go tv, this is it.
Updated: Must remove black plugs to reveal VESA mounting holes
Jazz Khanna "Jazz", Amazon
29 January 2011
Summary: Initially I bought and returned this tv as the VESA mounting holes are not visible and I concluded it was not VESA compliant.. After getting in touch with Panasonic tech support, they mentioned the vesa mounting holes are covered with black plugs.