False advertising!!! until recently was advertised as 120Hz ...
IBS LTD, Amazon
2 February 2013
Summary: I bought quite few of these TVs and they do look great and have a decent image but they were advertised as 120Hz and now they are posted as 60Hz. I paid a lot of money on these TVs. The price is good if they were 120Hz but for 60Hz TVs I feel cheated and soured like I got LEMONS. Please Amazon, have the right description on the product next time. I think this false advertising is opening the door for a class action lawsuit.
Summary: Read the fine print. Although the headline says "DLNA/Built-in Wi-Fi" the text says "WiFi ready" and that a separate WiFi adapter must be purchased. So much for the great price. If you need WiFi, look elsewhere.
Summary: Nice picture. BUT sound wise it will not play anything with 5.1 sound . No sound at all. Panasonic help line told me the TV was not designed to play 5.1 sound. No PS3 games no Netflix. I have a cheap old LED set that plays it all but not this $1000.00 Panasonic. So,if you watch movies or play video games with 5.1 sound , do NOT buy this Television set. If you do and figure out how to change the settings please let me and the tech support people at Panasonic know.
Summary: So I have this TV for about 2 months and I have noticed that when people move somewhat quick, the image gets blurry. I am not talking about fast moving sports players, I am currently watching Donnie Brasco and when those characters move somewhat quick, it gets blurry. I am not sure if I need to change the settings but, in my opinion, this shouldn't happen with a movie like Donnie Brasco.
Lackluster picture, Costco members take note - wireless not installed! (advertised as "ready" in stores) - read CNET's review
30 July 2012
Summary: This simply is not a good option for the money, in my opinion - but go read the professional review at CNET if you do not wish to believe me. I would do that before you take the word of consumers on this site who want to feel good about the $700-$1000 they shelled out for what is arguably an average set that is being marketed in stores in what I consider a misleading fashion.
Summary: This set has absolutely terrible sound. Far worse than I expected, and I wasn't expecting much. Panasonic made things worse by not including analog output (some new TV's still have them), and then compounded the issue by not allowing the digital audio output format to be specified. Other manufactures allow the output format to be specified as 2 ch stereo. Not Panasonic. Less expensive D/A converters and soundbars don't handle Dolby.