Excerpt: This is an updated review which was originally published on dooyoo under the same user name Around five years ago we decided to purchase a new television for our Living room, there wasn't anything wrong with our previous set we simply felt it was time for an upgrade.
Summary: This is a brilliant tv picture quality really good and of course its Panasonic I read up a lot of reviews before purchasing this. My daughter can tell you more as she hogs the remote. But I would recommend to a friend.
Summary: Looking through the internet trying to decide on which television I should buy to replace our 26" Sony Bravia, the Panasonic brand kept coming up as the best. The Panasonic TX-32LXD80 seemed such a good buy and such a good price too.
Summary: Bought this to replace our old Sony CRT that decided to die just before Christmas - good job we had more pressing issues of remembering what Christmas is all about - and we have not looked back.
Summary: This TV is the latest state of the art piece of kit. They don't come any better for the size. Apart from being at the top of the range outlined in the 'Which Magazine comparison review it really is the business to watch.
Summary: I had done a fair bit of research including Which Magazin where this product came with good reviews. The TV is everything we expected and is now wall mounted and of excellent qualiity and finish. Our purchase was before christmas knowing the deliver was going to be post-christmas.
Summary: The picture is absolutely superb even without HD. Guide very useful to browse through what's on rather than trawl through paperTV guides. Some difficulty (it won't do it!) regarding recording digital programmes via my (panasonic) VCR/DVD machine but timer programming direct from TV works fine.
Excerpt: I was looking around for an LCD which unlike others would look cute in my lounge room and which would not take too much space.Thats when i happened to stumble upon the Panasonic TX-32LXD80 .If you are in for a budget TV which doesn't take up most of your lounge wall, this 32-inch LCD from panasonic...