Summary: The only problem I encountered is it does not have any inputs on the edge of the TV, which is a hassle if you want to connect things after it is mounted on the wall. E.g. memory cards or hdmi devices. if you want to do that, you'd need a bracket that permits you to pull it away from the wall. Otherwise, it kicks if you're attaching it to a home theater receiver and you plug peripherals into that.
Summary: All of my friends comment on how clear my TV is. I haven't had any problems set up was great. Volume could be a little better sometimes to watch a quiet film I need to turn it up 60% volume level.
Summary: Good blacks and color saturation. Good feature set and easy to use. Great for the price. I compared this TV next to my buddy's new 50' Samsung 1080p 120 Hz LED (I forget the Samsung model #, but it was a midrange priced set, just like my Panasonic) and I thought it stood out. Read the reviews on CNet and PC Mag websites and they'll tell you the same thing.
Summary: I love this Panasonic, best LED available, i saw high quality videos of it at the 2013 CES show in vegas and had to have it! Smart TV is cool, works perfect! I advise anyone that can find one to just buy it, make sure you get a soundbar or home theater system if you don't already have one. The sound is not bad to me, but once your use to multiple speakers from a nice quality home theater system no regular speakers will take its place.
Inteligently designed TV with a good but not great picture compared to my DLP tv
memphisyankee "Kimo", Amazon
14 December 2013
Summary: First, let me address some of the issues or non-issues that I have seen on other reviews: 1. Banner issue- I have yet to see the banner, I didn't see it upon start up and turned it off in the setting and that is it. 2. Poor sound- Although granted, out of the box the sound is poor, but with a little tweeking of the sound adjustments, including turning on the surrond sound, it is not bad at all.
Summary: Originally purchased the Vizio (not 3D) and was very disappointed with the picture quality as well as the apps. Paid a bit more for the Panasonic 58 inch and am very happy that i did. Much better picture and the applications are very intuitive and easy to navigate through. They also load very quickly. I'm very happy with this purchase.
Summary: Pro: Picture Quality Con: Sound The Panasonic TC-L58E60 is an upgrade from my old JVC I'Art AV-32F476 tube TV and is the first LED HDTV I've owned. The Panasonic TC-L58E60 beats my old TV in every category except one: sound. The JVC had nice stereo sound that would carry across the room just fine and was not unpleasant to listen to. The sound on the Panasonic TC-L58E60 doesn't carry far and has zero low end.
CNET's reviews are very good and help me select this
K. Yu, Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: great pix for your bucks. would have got the panasonic plasma if I were stupid and hesitating on buying the 65inch from Amzn. CNET reviews are super damn good and save me a lot of headache in shopping for HD TV. Of course, if $$ were no objects, would have bought the more expensive Panasonic plasma TV, esp.