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: I had this sitting side-by-side for days with a 70" Vizio LED/LCD, and hands down, the Panasonic Plasma 65" was better. Yes, in my living room with several windows, during the day, there is more reflection, but it doesn't really bother me. Overall, I'd take the pana plasma over an LCD.
Incredible value. And plasma has always been a challenge in bright rooms...
GoBoSox "nakiejakie", Amazon
3 November 2013
Summary: I often wonder about the lack of common sense from reviewers with some wonderment about plasma technology. Since its inception, plasma has struggled with reflection because of the glass panes used versus the LCD "screens" that have much less difficulty diffusing light. Several generations in, plasma still and will always have that challenge.
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: I have owned this TV for about 3 months now and as an audio/visual enthusiast, I can tell you that it is one of the most beautiful quality pictures I have ever seen. It does not have 3D or lots of internet apps, but I don't use those anyway. I primarily use this TV to watch cable TV/DVR, streaming and Blu-Ray movies and Netflix. The TV does have Wi-Fi built in which is nice and works wonderfully with the Netflix app.