Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Viera TX-L37E5
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It's a good set, but not perfect.
ALVIN PRITCHARD., Amazon
10 May 2013
Summary: The Panasonic TX-L37E5B is a well built set, I purchased mine on 1st May 2013 from Argos for £449 down a hundred pounds or so from it's launch price in 2012 presumably because it's last years model and the E6B range has now superseded it. This set has some very good features such as wide angle 170 degree viewing thanks to Panasonic's own quality IPS screen panel (even if a little reflective in sunlight) and you can connect this TV to a internet router wired or wirelessly...
Summary: As the headline says - if you want great sound either get external speakers or go elsewhere. It's OK sound - but the rest of the performance is good (deep navigation is a pain - but that's normal) so sound is its weakest link. I'd buy another.
Summary: I've always wanted a Panasonic TV as they seem to have a reputation for quality far beyond that of (with the possible exception of Sony) any other manufacturer. So after seven years and having owned 32-inchers from LG (poor) and Samsung (pretty good), I finally took the plunge on the TX-L37E5B, despite several misgivings based on other reviews I've read on here, not least the 'lip-sync' issue.
Summary: we need twenty words to describe the prompt arrival of this product which was as described but disappointed it was not smarter than it is also wireless adaptor reqiured at £55 a pop, picture very good
Summary: This is certainly a good upgrade from my previous Samsung 720p model. The overall picture quality of HD channels is excellent. As expected SD channels arent any clearer with this tv so dont expect SD channels to be any better than a 720p tv. I like the way the hdmi & usb ports are easily accessable on the left side of the tv rather than hiding a couple on the lower back of the tv!. I like the external toggle so i can jump from tv to htpc in one press.