Panasonic Plasma + lots of inputs = solid television
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This was my first HDTV I purchased myself. Having roommates, I was always able to utilize theirs instead of buying one myself. But this allowed me to get one of my own, and I have not yet been disapointed. First off, the TV has a great picture. This is in the living room and the TV is about 10 feet away from where you sit and it is perfect for this environment. The images are crisp and clear. The colors are bright and vibrant.
Excerpt: I purchased this television about a month ago, and let me tell you, "IT"S INCREDIBLE"! I have never owned a plasma tv before and was a bit skeptical about purchasing it due to the biggest plasma "myth", if you will, which is the burn-in problem. However, after researching for a few weeks on this issue, I learned that burn-in is virtually irrelevant in today's plasma tv's unless you abuse the tv.
Excerpt: We bought this TV as a replacement for our old bedroom TV. I have had an HDTV pretty much as soon as they came on the market. This plasma makes our old 55" rear projection 1080i look like a 50s Black and White... the quality difference is that drastic. Pictures practically pop off of the screen. The quality of the screen is amazing. I also have a Panasonic Blu-Ray player that works together with this TV fantastically. It is narrow and doesn't take up a lot of space.
Excerpt: I LOVE this tv! My husband and I bought it about 6 or so months ago and put it in our master bedroom. The picture is amazing and its the perfect size for a bedroom. (It would probably work really well in any room though) The sound is perfect and it doesn't have to be turned up very loud to be able to hear anything. I love watching BlueRay movies on this TV because you can see every tiny detail. The color is impecable.
Summary: The TV is great and has a terrific picture. Think twice and read the fine print about how long it takes to have it shipped (LARGE SCREEN TV'S). Purchased TV on Feb. 28, 2010 and recived it March 24, 2010, almost a month later. Next TV will be purchased from someone besides Overstock.