Summary: Just received this T.V today . Unpacking and base assembly was a breeze . Set up went off without a hitch . I don't think it could be any easier . And wow the picture is gorgeous . Tuned into a replay of the Bruins and Habs Hockey game from last night . Following the end to end action was a thing of beauty crisp , clear, with no blur . Next my Boy's wanted to try out the 2D to 3D .We turned on Mr and Mrs Smith to give it a try .
Summary: The only complaints i have heard on this TV are from the video reviewers that do this for a living thus are constantly looking at TV's that cost 2 or 3 times as much as this one. They also seem to lean towards plasma's. As an average consumer, I am extremely happy with this TV. The colors on this TV pop. No issues with low-back quality as stated. The 3D is awesome. The screen has great degrees of visibility typical of IPS screens. There are lots of bells and whistles.
Summary: I couldn't be happier with my choice in this TV. The picture quality is superb and motion smooth at 120Hz when source is configured correctly. Turning the ifsccc on allowed me to calibrate the picture to near professional quality by myself using Cnet's calibration setting found on their website. I mostly either use it for watching TV or using my HTPC (Home Theater Personal Computer).
Summary: Everything about this TV is great but for one problem. The screen is so reflective that if a light is on in the room, the screen mirrors objects in the background. But the definition is excellent, voice prompting makes changing settings a breeze and fine-tuning it is user-friendly.
Summary: This T.V. is the best ever. I had a 55" Samsung and someone broke into my apartment and stole it from me. They did me a huge favor! This Panasonic has way more smart features and choices than any Samsung. Samsung is garbage. Trust me. First off the Samsung has a plastic border around it that is really cheesy. This Panasonic has a nice strong silver metal beveled edge around it. This T.V. also has voice to text over the internet.