Summary: After significant research, I decided to give Panasonic TV's a try and very glad I did. I have a 60" Samsung PN60E7000 that I am comparing to. Pros: Good picture, good price, easy menus, simple setup, very quiet (no buzzing like some have), 65" is nice and big, optical audio out works great with sound bars! Shipping company was prompt, on time and tested the TV before leaving to make sure it worked.
Summary: We chose the Panasonic TC P65S60 65" to replace our 42" which is still working great after 10 yrs. The 42" is in our spare bedroom now. I would recommend a Panasonic to anyone who ask about it. The delivery was on time. The only thing was about 6 hrs after we ordered from you we were at Sams and the exact one was there for $111 cheaper and we couldn't cancel our order with you.
Summary: This TV is just what I wanted. It has great picture quality, good quality sound (although I do plan to install a home theater system), and easy controls. The Internet connection is fast and WiFi set up is a breeze.
Summary: I did a significant amount of research prior to this purchase. I read a lot of reviews (Amazon, Crutchfield, CNET, and others), studied the specifications, filtered through the comparisons of plasma vs. LED/LCD, and ended up choosing the Panasonic plasma for the following reasons: 1. Our living room is not exposed to significant direct light (uncovered windows, skylights, etc.
Summary: All I can say is WOW. I must have searched & researched TVs for over a year before settling on this Panasonic. I will say that CNET reviews weighed heavily in my decision to purchase, along with the excellent price from Amazon! The TV is used in a well lit room with plenty of windows & outside light. While most of my viewing is at night, the daytime picture is still excellent, with minimal glare or reflections.
Summary: If all you are after is a big plasma display without the fancy features, this is it. It has all the picture quality you expect in a plasma from Panasonic, at a great price. It is sad to know they won't be making them much longer...
Exceptional Picture - Great Price No Frills Plasma
Brian Maloney, Amazon
22 September 2013
Summary: Like most, I researched the purchase of a new tv quite a bit. I was already sold on plasma over LCD from my previous plasma (an LG that was messed up in lightening strike). Amazon had the best price ($300.00 lower than Sears). Probably the best bang for the buck in the 65" range. And a GREAT picture. I know many have mentioned the glare...I find Panasonic no different than any other plasma screen from a glare standpoint. The picture is very, very good.
Summary: Things to consider when buying any TV. Do you care more about the TV's relative brightness or ability to see shadows in dark scenes of movies? If you care more about the 1st then get an LCD. If you care more about the 2nd get a plasma. I had an Samsung LCD for the last 5 years. It had a good picture quality for sports and regular shows. However, when it came to watching movies. Especially movies with dark scenes. I could not make out anything in the picture.
Summary: We have certainly enjoyed our new 65" TV! The picture quality is wonderful. I am not all that impressed with the sound on the TV but it is ok. We need to get a sound bar and that should take care of the situation. I feel like we got a very good TV for a nice price. We researched on CNET and Consumer Reports and found that Panasonic was one of the best rated plasma TV's. I would recommend this to anyone. The color is great and the clarity is wonderful.
Summary: When I began my search for an HDTV to replace my Samsung LED, my biggest concern was to address the nagging backlight bleeding issue so common to LCDs, particularly the edge-lit variety, which applies to my UN46D6000 series HDTV. At first it wasn’t a bother, and honestly, it’s not the worst problem one could have with their beloved HDTV, but I was becoming more annoyed with it.
Pros: Excellent picture quality. Deep Blacks. Adequate SMART features for many customers.
Cons: Only 2 HDMI ports. Plasma issues like line bleeding, minor flickering.