Low Input Lag TV PERFECT for time sensitive games!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: After looking at many different 32" inch LCD televivions for our basement area where guests can play games, we looked at the Panasonic TC-L32U22 32 in. HDTV LCD TV due to several online reviews stating it has low input lag. Note that input lag is NOT the same as response time. Input lag is actually the time it takes for the television to start putting "images" on the scree from the first input response such as moving a character in a game or playing a game such as Rock...
Excerpt: This television is simly amazing !! The picure is almost 3D withou having that feature. We have yet to order HD since the SD picture looks so good. I would have like this to have the 120 hertz chip in it to reduce blur. I think that it is needed once you go to the 40 inch and above sets. The remote is a little slow and the sould is really low. I cannot wait to hook a Blue Ray player up to this and see what she will do.
Excerpt: We purchased this Panasonic TV when we were in need, well actually, wanting a new television for the extra room. The price for this Panasonic television was just right for us. This television was to be used for cable only, nothing like a game box or computer would be hooked up to this television. So for everything we needed the television to do it was just what we needed, ok what we wanted. It is the perfect size. It has a great picture.
Excerpt: This is probably the prettiest tv I've ever had. Before I had a Sony TV and it definitely wasn't as great as this one. Great picture quality. Great sound. 1080p which is awesome. Love Love Love it!!!!! Hope this last a lot longer then my sony one. Yay!
Summary: I bought this TV used from the Amazon Warehouse and am very pleased with it. I learned a lot about this TV by reading other reviews on Amazon, which is one of the reasons I like Amazon so much (that and the great prices). My brief comments: * TV arrived on time (2 business days after ordering with Prime); * The used condition was actually better than described on Amazon's website.
Summary: Where to begin, other than to say this is a great product! Panasonic has put together a great TV with lots of features and adaptable to be used as a computer monitor which was my main intent in buying this product. The picture is clear and bright and the sound of the built in speakers is far better than my previous TV. I bought a 32" though I was thinking I wanted something larger.
Summary: I decided to use the $250 of Amazon gift cards I received for Christmas to buy a hi-def flat screen for my bedroom. I don't watch that much TV while in there, but its where my Playstation 3 is hooked up. Having just purchased my PS3 in November 2010, I really wanted something to fully utilize its technology. This TV gave me all I was looking for. A handsome, clean design that fit in its assigned space like a glove.
Summary: I bought this for our master bedroom as a gift for my wife. We have a 50" Panasonic plasma in the living room and we love the Panasonic brand. This TV has a great, clear picture. The LCD doesn't pop quite as well as the plasma but it is certainly a nice picture nevertheless. Sound quality is average and not disappointing in any way. Setup was quick, it is not heavy, and it is a good size for a larger bedroom like the master bedroom.
Summary: I love my TV!!! Or should i say my boys love their TV... it ended up in their room and serves the purpose of an Xbox and PS3 players dream. I wanted this to get my sons tv in my room and replace their 22" LCD. Panasonic is the only TV's that i will buy. They last and are wonderful quality.
Summary: Most people see this product as a small, needlessly-sharp HDTV with a high-quality IPS panel... ...but, for those of us who see this as a HUGE adequately-sharp PC monitor with a high-quality IPS panel, I'll base my review on this usage, and post the following tips to make the setup a little less painful: ATI video chipsets only: -By default there will be a 15% overscan compensation for HDMI output (including DVI to HDMI cables and adapters.