Solid, reliable, inexpensive TV with decent 720p picture
Sajid Ansari, Amazon
26 January 2011
Summary: Few would consider a 50" TV as a secondary TV, but for those who do, this is the perfect TV for you. The picture isn't going to blow you away and it has noticeable flaws in the darker tones and refresh rates, but if you're looking for a clean, solid picture at a great price, you're going to get it...
Summary: Have had this TV about 6 weeks. It is a warranty replacement for an Insignia 50" plasma that was displaying a degraded image. I agree with most of the 4/5 star reviews here. Good TV, great picture, sound is so-so (but a little better than the Insignia it replaced).
Summary: I wasn't really sure what to expect out of this tv, I was unsure of this tv basically because of the low price. This is my first plasma television and I know this is Panasonics entry level tv, but I was pleasantly surprised at the image on this set.Is it the best picture out there?
Summary: This set is a great value and a very good TV, period. I purchased this set based on my experience with the Panasonic 42" 720 Plasma I purchased 2 years ago. It has always had a fantastic picture and has been trouble free since I purchased it.
Summary: Got this tv to replace a Haier 42" 1080p LCD and I'm totally happy with my purchase. Found a better deal at Vann's but since I shop at amazon periodically, thought I'd put in my two cents worth.
Summary: I originally bought this television through Target.com (twice before finally sucking it up and hauling it home myself from a local Target store. Screen arrived smashed from both deliveries so if you can buy locally, that may just be your best option).
medium quality trumped by great price and big screen
Js Banks, Amazon
7 October 2010
Summary: Some reviews downgrade a product because of the high price. I have always thought one should review the product, not the price. and yet here I am UPGRADING from 3 stars to 4 based on the price. So I'm inconsistent.
Summary: Good TV for the price, but in SD the picture is not so good depending on the signal being used. When using Blu Ray (Panasonic BD60), images are excellent and the differences between Full HD and HD are imperceptible, as the Blu Ray does a good job in converting to 1080p.