Summary: Amazing value here. The picture is outstanding and easily surpasses almost any lcd out there until you get to OLED. About the buzzing, mine developed a loud buzz over time. This was worrisome but I ended up opening the back and tightening a few screws. The buzz is now gone! It may have been from moving. Either way it was an easy fix.
Summary: Went out soon after purchased, waited for months for parts. Per the repair person "lightning" damage" although nothing else was effected. Had to replace all 3 pc boards. I called Panasonic and expressed my concern with a new tv having extensive repairs they assured me all is ok. To make a long story short, I bought another TV, due to the long time frame for repair and after repair did not use the Panasonic TV at all until very recently.
Summary: Yep, this is the biggest TV around for watching the NFL playoffs and the Superbowl. I did get a bit of ribbing because I am about as tall as the size of the TV, but it's no shame to be the smallest guy with the biggest TV because my neighbors showed up at our house to watch football and they all love it.
Summary: I bought this TV from another vendor on 12/1/11. The 'SD/UD' card failed just over 3 years later. It was good while it lasted (but I don't think it lasted long enough). I'll buy another brand for my next TV.
Summary: I've had my 60" for two years and it just went out. Picture was great and no burning. But, they apparently have a problem with their internal control boards on several models. I would choose different manufacturer!
Summary: I love this television, but it's a hard one to rate for reasons that will become apparent in a moment I bought this model specifically because I love Panasonic's plasmas, didn't want features like 3D, and did not want to spend money to get things like wireless connectivity (I have a PS3 that I get there with). And overall, I'm pretty happy. The picture is stunning.
It breaks the their service is the worst I've ever seen
15 September 2012
Summary: Where to start. It's a good TV, as long as it works. I was happy with it. It broke suddenly, completely without warning, after only 7 months of ownership. The good part, it's still under warranty. And so will your journey begin. The tech came out that week to look at the TV and found it needed a main board. No problem he said, he'll order the part and should be back the following week to fix it. Sounded fair to me, and if you asked me that would be ok customer service.
Summary: After owning this TV for 14 months, 2 circuit boards burned out in 1 week. A quick Internet search informed me that the "7 blinks of death" is very common with this TV. When these particular boards go bad, the red light on the front of the TV blinks 7 times, code for "you're screwed." Since the warranty expired 3 weeks ago, Panasonic will not cover the $550 repair. Apparently, they extended the warranty (by 4 weeks) because so many have this problem.
Summary: I bot the Panasonic Viera TC-P60S30 from amazon.com Feb 2012. The TV got here the day they said it would in good shape. it was easy to set up. Had to adjust the colors, to my liking. has a great pitcher for the money I paid for it. It stopped working after having it for 4 months (would not turn on had 4 red flashs the power indicator was blinking) three weeks ago. I called Panasonic.they set up a TV repair man to come to my house.