Summary: Picture was awful, washed out and the motion blur made the picture unwatchable. Tv shows seemed to show the characters moving in frames, watching a football pass play shows a ghost trailer of the football etc., and this was even after adjusting the motion settings. This did not look like something processing a picture at 240hz to me.
Summary: Ok first off picture is PERFECT. sound is good. BUT problem is pixels. i bought 1 and came home noticed deformed pixels, when i paused movies/even on homepage of tv i saw pixels that were different color then what their suppose to be... so im like ok bad tv let me go exchange it i exchange it for another tcl39 EXACT SAME PROBLEM... im returning this one tomorrow and buying a LG or Sony.
Deafer than a 13 Year Old JVC TV and Has a Challenged Tuner
27 April 2013
Summary: Would recommend a Samsung UN40 series 40" LED TV instead. When the Panasonic failed, we purchased a Samsung UN40FH6030 40-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D LED TV which not only recieved all the digital and analog channels the previous TV / digital tuner combination had, but was so much more sensitive that it also found almost twice as many stations.
Summary: This tv was purchased to replace a 1080i Samsung Slimfit 30 inch set. I did a lot of research and decided that this Panasonic TC-L39EM60 was the TV for me. I mainly watch cable HD broadcasts and have a lot of movies in digital format MP4(M4V). Panasonic is the only manufacturer I've found whose built in media player will play my files and MAN DOES IT PLAY THEM. The tv is 1080p native but will play other resolutions 1080i, 720p, 480i to name a few.
Summary: We purchased this tv to replace a 7 year old Panasonic TC-26LX50. We had to find a tv with an overall width of less than 35.5" which is the width of our entertainment center. It is a perfect fit!. We used HDMI cables to connect the the tv to the cable box and our Panasonic DMP-BD75 bluray player. The setup for the tv took less than a minute! The picture is , as my wife said, extremely lifelike.