“I have had this tv for several years. It was our home theater tv until it was replaced with our 60" led. It has since been retired to the bedroom. We picked this tv for price and picture quality. We payed 1200 at best buy. Out of all the tv's available this had the most curb appeal with a gloss black case and rounded edges. The picture was fantastic and the price was in the range of what I...” --Raider Jim
“Features: Built in Digital Tuner which is great for watching regular TV without the need of an additional set top box 20000 hour led bulb that will probably outlast the projector. DNLA capable Quick boot enables the projector to boot up in around 10 seconds USB port for native file play back such as mp3, DivX, mp4 and photo playback Smart TV(NetCast) features(facebook,twitter,Vudu,...” --digitalDee
“Overall: This TV is a great value for such a low price... and remember I only paid four ninety-nine for a 50" plasma, which is something that was unheard of until ~2012. Design: This TV has about the smallest bezel I've ever seen in the price range. I understand this bezel size has become common on many TVs but it seems like the budget range usually gets stiffed with large bezels and silver...” --bdsimmons2
“I bought this tv about 2 and a half years ago looking for a tv for my bedroom[replacing a 27" CRT HDTV]and I found this tv which fit my av cabinet perfectly.When I had the tv hooked up it didn't take very long to get the picture to look halfway decent though i've been tweaking it off and on ever since trying to get it even better[which I have].The only negatives i've found with this tv is the...” --kevin j
“I purchased this in 2006 and had to buy the HDMI module to plug into it. This is a monitor without the ability to connect directly to cable because it doesn't have a tuner. Since I've always had a cable box, I was able to put more money into the picture, rather than paying for a tuner I would never use. Total cost at the time was close to $3,000. That said, people still look at my TV and ask...” --mtkeg
“The setup was a breeze - and the full remote is a bit cluttered - but the magic wand is quite a nice feature... this TV is good if you bought it mainly for its display which is a great bang for the buck - that too with 120Hz which is the minimum required for reducing motion blur/jitter The contrast, color, brightness are quite natural - the factory default settings were just fine... and the...” --grnsr
“Features: This is a standard 1080p, 2D, 240Hz, LCD HDTV ($550). It is NOT internet capable. It has 3 HDMI inputs, 2 component video inputs, 1 standard RCA input, 1 VGA input, one mini audio input, 1 USB input (for photos and the like), and one satellite/cable/antenna input. It only has one audio output and that is an optical audio out, so don't plan on connecting it to your receiver via...” --John Tack
Get Full HD 1080p picture quality and TruMotion 120Hz with the 55LS4500 LED TV. LG's LED technology provides a slim profile and delivers amazing brightness, clarity and color detail, as well as greater energy efficiency compared to conventional LCD TVs. The TruMotion 120Hz technology lets you see sports, video games and high-speed action with virtually no motion blur. Now your TV can keep...
“After doing some research for a couple months, I decided to purchase the Panasonic P60VT60. It's the first Plasma that I've owned and I was excited to see the difference in PQ from my old TV. I had seen the ST model in stores, but none of the stores near me had the VT series on display until just recently. Pulling it out of the box, I was immediately impressed by the physical appearance of the...” --Rick Pott
Panasonic VT60 Series Plasma HDTV (55, 60, and 65-Inch) Add an elegant touch to your living room VIERA TVs offer the best possible picture quality -- achieving rich and robust blacks, high moving-picture resolution, smooth and velvety gradation, and vibrant colors. With stunning images and state-of-the-art design, VIERA TVs bring a special ambience to your living room. ...