Summary: This TV is incredible. Amazing sharpness, contrast and brightness. It needs an external speaker, just so you know. I took a bit of a gamble and bought from Warehousr Deals and it worked out great. TV is impeccable.
Still the best picture for the money, so get it while you can
Robert Foster, Amazon
7 February 2015
Summary: I've had this for a few months and it's by far the best display I've owned. Strengths: Excellent details and picture quality. No discernible artifacts or blurriness. Very clear picture. Good price, at least when I bought mine, for what you get. Unfortunately, plasma is on it's way out. I think this is a shame since it still provides the best picture. Glad I bought mine when I did. Excellent black levels. Dark portions of the screen still have detail.
It's a wonderful smart TV that seems to do everything
21 December 2014
Summary: It's a wonderful smart TV that seems to do everything. Also exceptional clarity and color and really broad viewing range. One thing that's really cool is their 3D capability and the 3D glasses. If you want one, buy it now because the company that made plasma TVs for Samsung and LG is no longer in business.
Summary: This is a the best TV unless you are ready to spend a fortune on premature OLED technology. I would have given it 5 stars, if it supported multi-channel audio pass-through and didn't have that annoying buzzing noise (its inherent to the plasma technology but this one is really noticeable in quite scenes) Update 1 - The optical out put does support 5.1 channel audio, I was able to get it from HBO GO app, however from other apps like Netflix or other sources you only get...
Winner of the VE Flat Panel Shootout two years in ...
26 November 2014
Summary: Winner of the VE Flat Panel Shootout two years in a row. Only positive things to say about this other than two items. One, there's a slight buzz when sitting directly in front of the TV and directly centered. If you sit a foot or two left or right of dead center the buzzing can't be heard. Two, the AR filter they use means you need to be sitting close to eye level with the TV or have the ability to tilt it. If you don't the picture will dim.