Summary: This TV was a great value purchase for our bedroom TV. Still looks fantastic and the 3 HDMI connections keep the TV able to work with the latest tech. Sounds is very good and the panel, while not the brightest, is more than good enough in a bedroom where most viewing is in dim lighting.
Summary: For two years I've been waiting for my trusty old Samsung 27" crt TV to give up the ghost and give me a legitimate excuse to upgrade to HDTV... but it hasn't cooperated! Well, not long ago I saw HDTV prices start to decline, and decided to prepare to make the change this fall, when real electronics...
Summary: One of the features of this product that caught my attention was how energy efficient it is. I figured that every month I will be saving money because I will be paying less than with the other tv I had. I compared it with Sony, LG and Samsung, which were the only brands I considered, and I love it.
Summary: I use this TV mainly for PS3 gaming and streaming on Netflix. All the HD stuff looks great. I am really impressed with the picture quality. Its probably not as good as the higher end LED and 3D sets, but its hard to beat for the price.
Summary: I bought this used... first mistake. The sound never worked right. I had to send it back. The picture was incredible and that is what the 3 stars are for. If it was just the picture I would give it a 5 star. No sound, no good. If I bought a TV I would buy new instead...
Summary: Monitor Evaluation: 1.) DVI port on TV will not allow 1080p. Maxed at 1280x768. 2.) HDMI will not allow "PC Adjustments" Menu. Very lame to not be able to stretch and position. Shame on Panasonic for this reduced functionality. 3.) Not 4:4:4 chroma in 1080p HDMI. 4.) Slight "ringing" on text.
Summary: why is it that when you buy a 32" TV you can not see a 32" picture?All four modes,zoom (crops your image) hi-fill (distorts a circle to an oval ) or leave a black bar either the sides or top and bottom.And what does anamorphic picture mean?.........This is moving ahead?