Great TV for a light controlled room. 720P is not a problem at this size
Kyle E. Henderson, Amazon
3 December 2012
Summary: When I was searching for TV's I had a budget of $1000. I researched for a lot longer than I should have looking at LCD's vs. Plasmas vs. LED/LCD's. I wanted a TV that would give me the most accurate colors, best image quality, best gaming experience (Xbox 360), and best movie watching experience.
Summary: i bought this tv last yr around november. Up till now, this tv looks amazing, the pic quality is superb, the sound, everything i mean! Maybe im just lucky, but unlike some of the other customers, i haven't experienced any issues w/ this tv at all.
Summary: I've had this TV for about 5 1/2 months now and am still thrilled with it. I had been looking at a 42" 720p Panasonic with IPTV capabilities for about $700, but when I looked at my new living room, it was just going to be too small. So I shopped some more and found this 51" beauty for $650.
Summary: Purchased this as a B-Day Present Sept 2011 for mum she upgraded from a 15yr old 25" Sony. Worked great for a week then the power board blew, Samsung tech was out in week said All the new plasma tv's are running too small of power boards.
Summary: I somehow got this from Amazon for $499 so I added to cart and was able to save over a hundred. The appearance of the plasma is a glossy piano black with very slim profile. Very modern look and lightweight compared to others. The quality is great and watching blue rays is awesome.