Summary: Clear picture, easy to use and inputs for USB memory sticks for easy picture viewing. Also SD card input. I think the case looks very good. The remote works well and is easy to use. Price was right.
Summary: I have been using this tv for almost a year. It has performed beautifully. It has more av connections that most lower end sets have. It has a built in equalizer to control audio and various settings for video as well. I got it at an excellent price early in 2013 and would buy another if needed!
Summary: My wife had just bought another brand, under duress, as she needed an immediate replacement for her old CRT set, and before I was able to do any research and evaluation of HD TV offerings. A few weeks later, I, too, replaced my old CRT set. After due diligence, I selected this Panasonic VIERA TV, based on Panasonic's reputation, the set's specifications, and the price. Compared to my wife's set, this has far better color depth, richness, and rendition.
Summary: suddenly our old 25 incher was horrifyingly small! Good picture, but more to the point, I'm delighted with the A-P width! I know there are thinner ones but I'm just not that techy that it matters. The old one came into the house on a sled made of the old box and almost destroyed my husband and myself just getting it onto a table, where it darkened the wall. The only difficulty moving this one is the short cable attached to it.
Summary: Set functioned well for a few months and suddenly was unresponsive to the remote. After a lot of fiddling, we got the remote to do everything but turn it on and off. Now we have to do that manually and sometimes we can get NO SOUND. Trouble started after 13 months, but we were away for 2-1/2 months, so the failure happened after just 10-1/2 months of use. Of course, that screwed us for the warranty. Now shopping for a replacement, but NOT A PANASONIC!
Summary: I don't use the speakers on this TV. In fact, because the only audio out is optical fiber, I have to connect my rca cables to the DVR. And if I want to watch DVD/blu-ray, I have to switch the cables. This is a very bad design for a low end TV; to require high-end audio connection. And if I were to use the TV's speakers, I would probably have shot out the TV by now. They are that bad. Tinny and grating, I got better sound from a transistor radio from the 1960's.
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Summary: More HDMI ports than I need. USB port to read movie files on a stick. Card slot for photos. RCA jacks for the DVD and the VCR. Computer input to run the laptop. It is all here. I also find that the tuner is more sensitive to what the antenna is bringing in than the previous converter box was on the CRT TV this Panasonic replaced...in other words, it is reading more channels. The picture is fine, the sound is fine.
Summary: The TV is in our opinion one of the best if not the best option for a TV of lower-middle range. This model is available in smaller screen sizes: 32, 37 and 42 inches. The technical characteristics are good for this level teelvisor a good Smart TV with flash support, and good play by USB