I am very pleased with my TV. I only wish that I had bought the next bigger size.
Four eye Tex, Amazon
1 March 2014
Summary: I have just finished watching many hours of the Olympics. I watch 3-5 hours a day, which I can do because I am retired. Even though my TV has 720p resolution much of the time rather than the 1080p as it is supposed to have, the picture is very sharp even with fast-moving sports.
Summary: I really wanted to love this TV. The TV itself is extremely attractive and the picture was quite good. It's a really thin TV with Netflix very conveniently integrated. About 2 months in, the picture started to become distorted. I called customer support and dropped it off at the repair shop.
Summary: The contrrol was missing and the TV was dented. It was returned and the money was reinburesed BUT I was NOT reinbured for the return mailing costs....I think it to be unfaire for me to have to cover that cost...
Summary: We were looking for a basement television in the $500 price range. Had purchased a different Panasonic 47" (the ET5 smart tv), a more expensive model, about 6 months ago for $750. Loved it. We didn't need the bells and whistles for the basement, and decided to purchase this model.
Summary: I sold my panasonic 42 inch 720p plasma and recently bought the 47 inch version of this tv and it's amazing, needed to tweak and play with the settings but the results were incredible. Some backlight bleed but it's not noticeable while watching a movie and this is common in LEDs.
Summary: Here are some personal Pros and Cons I've found Pros: -IPS is exactly what you'd expect. Crisp images from every viewing angle. Greatly impressed. -Sometimes I game (XBox 360) on this TV, and there is a noticeable, though very slight, lag due to the IPS technology (5ms is the quoted time).