Summary: Sad that they aren't available anymore (Apr 23 2014) but worth the money. Beautiful picture, color, blacks, at almost any angle (definitely 170 degrees) and the 3D is AWESOME. IMAX Under the Sea.. the Cod is like reach out and touch it even though you're 10 feet from the tv. And Yogi Bear floating in the room eating chips. Amazing TV... Panasonic should be pushing these tvs... absolutely love it.
Summary: I looked far and wide online and local stores in Jacksonville, FL to find this TV within $1100 budget. This was the only place that had it. The quality of the product is great. It was easy to order online and shipped in a timely manner without any issue at all. I am highly impressed.
Summary: Well worth the price I pad. Excellent picture and easy to setup and use. It's not our primary LED, but it gets the job done. Netflix button on it and it's sweet to link with your ipad or android and show pics to the relatives wirelessly!
Summary: Panasonic VIERA TC-L55ET5 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Full HD IPS LED-LCD TV with 4 Pairs of Polarized 3D Glasses (2012 Model) I bought the Panasonic TC-L55ET5 55-Inch at Frys on 08/08/12 and exactly 1 year and 1 week later there was only sound and no picture. Panasonic offered to extend the warranty for another month and a service company was sent to pull the tv in September and it was determined that the panel was faulty.
Summary: Did a lot of looking before purchasing this tv. Lots of bells and whistles that I probably never use , but so what. Great picture watching hd tv programs. Standard def looks good too. Happy with purchase.
Summary: This TV comes with apps for NetFlix, Amazon and others built in. Great picture and sound and very easy to use menus. I wish the iPad app for it would allow you to use the iPad keyboard when using the menu for searches, but it does not.
Summary: We love this TV - we haven't used the 3D very much, but when we have it has been a very nice feature. What is so cool is the 2D-3D conversion for any picture... it took a little while to get used to the "soap opera" effect but once you get used to it - it's awesome! It looks like you are watching it live as everything has a 3D feel even when in regular viewing mode.