Summary: Given that the technology in TV is upgrading rapidly, I wanted to get into HDTV with a moderate expenditure. This way, I could experience the benefits of HDTV now for a reasonable cost and still upgrade in 5 years or so without feeling like the expenditure now was wasted. The Panasonic 37" plasma is basically the top of the line from 3 years ago.
Summary: Let me start by saying that I am stunned by this tv. I recently bought a 37 inch samsung from a warehouse club and was not at all pleased with it and returned it and purchased this tv instead. I can't even tell you the price I paid for it because it is too low to mention. Without getting into trouble let me just say that I bought this tv and a toshiba hd-dvd player for 1200 dollars. The pq on this tv is amazing, the colors are fantastic, and HD is unbelievable.
Summary: Fantastic TV. I saw it at a local discount store but checked Amazon's customer reviews and decided to try it out. (Thank you for the reviews) Great picture, I also have an LCD 32" and it looks slightly better than that. I hooked up my PS3 and the blu-rays are amazing. Local GTM Discount stores had it on sale for $544. If you have a GTM store in your area they regularly have 20% discounts on their already discounted TV's.
Summary: We purchased this television a little over 2 years ago and have nothing but praise for its performance and picture. We've looked at newer 1080 models and honestly can't tell the difference. The only complaint we have is the sound from the TV is a little sketchy, but we use a surround sound system almost all the time, so it's not a prlblem. Would highly recommend.
Summary: Absolutely a fantastic unit for someone looking for a great picture that won't break the bank and who doesn't need or doesn't have the use for a giant screen. At 37" this screen is perfect, the picture is amazing, and DVDs look like they never have before - especially with an upconverting player. I would recommend this to anyone!
Summary: I know a lot of people need to have the newest thing out there and they don't care how much it costs but for me I would rather get a slightly older yet still very fresh product for a bargain. I did a lot research when I was looking to upgrade to an HDTV and I saw this on costco.com for $899 so I came on here to check what the price was and to see if there were any reviews.
Summary: OK, so you want an HDTV for you bedroom. You can choose a LCD or a Plasma. Well the LCD is going to have a very bright very sharp picture. Unfortunately that is the only benefit the LCD TV will give you. This Panasonic Plasma will give you the following: Exceptional blacks, Exceptional viewing angles, Exceptional in producing fast movements, oh and it will give you a perfect picture that looks more realistic, if not quite as bright.
Summary: I bought this 37" 720p HDTV for around $1000 out-the-door from another online vendor. I had been researching 37" HDTVs for about 6 months and was still on the fence between 2 LCD HDTVs (Olevia 537H vs. Sharp 37D42U) and this plasma Panasonic. All were great options, but I was limited to a 37" by the size of my built-in media center. I chose the Panasonic based on the reviews and the quality of the construction.
Summary: i too researched and researched - decided against 1080p as too expensive - restricted to 37 inch size to fit in a custom media centre, or i would have bought the 42 inch - the panasonic plasma can not be beaten (imho) - if you are a member of a famous members only wholesaler (everything COSTs less in bulk), they are selling it for a lot less than a grand including 2nd year warranty... if you are not able to save on COST then buy from Amazon...
Summary: I did a ton of research during the last 6 months on HDTV's. After looking at several tv's side by side, I determined early on that a Panasonic was the way to go, because the picture quality was far superior than the competition. I read about 50 reviews on this particular model, all of them were positive, and now that I have this TV in my home, I can see why. I got this delivered in time to watch the Masters in HD, and it felt like I was at the course myself.