“50" screen slim design (2-3/4" deep) Includes a stand or can be wall mounted with optional mounting kit VESA 400mm x 400mm compliant. Digital 3D comb filter High contrast ratio (10,000:1) and brightness (630 cd/m²) 720p display NTSC tuner 16W sound system simulated surround + 5-band equalizer Inputs 4 HDMI, 2 component, 1 composite, 1 PC and 1 RF. Outputs 1 digital audio, 1 analog audio...” --tubetwister
“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
“I purchased this TV in June of 2013 stacking some Sears coupons to bring the price down to just over $500 after taxes. I wasn't looking for top of the line and I already had a plethora of "smart" devices so I didn't need smart features. I was really looking to spend the minimum possible for a 50"+ 1080p TV to hold me over until 4K TVs start taking over. This seemed to fit the bill quite well....” --Mustang Matt
“I purchased two of these tvs from Walmart because I wanted to put them in my children's rooms specifically because they had dvd players. Both failed to function. We read the instructions, it simply says to insert with label facing back of tv and shiny part of disc facing outwards. It felt as though there was something inside but it wouldn't take in a dvd. We could...” --Carrie Osman
“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 PT-DZ6700UL Digital Projector now offer even brighter and more vivid images with full high definition resolution. Along with the RGB booster, which combines high brightness and superb color reproduction, a host of technologies work together to enhance image quality. The Dual-Lamp System and Auto Cleaning Filter extend operating stability and contribute to reliability.
“The 60ZT60 is my first Plasma TV and I went big with my purchase and it was well worth it. Coming from a Sharp LCD TV from 2005 I can say the Plasma does everything better even reflection management is better than the matte LCD I had on the Sharp. The TV is super thin and is amazing with its color accuracy and black levels. Have watched a few 3D movies on it and they looked great, but having...” --herushan
“Introduction: Having owned multiple high end displays, all from full array back lit LED's to plasmas and most Panasonic's since the 800U minus the V10 and VT50 I was very excited to get my hands on the ZT60. Having and still currently owning a 65VT30 and a Kuro KRP 500M I had lots to compare it to using the 2 aforementioned displays as reference for it's performance to gauge the...” --Sammie2980
The E5 series feature an IPS LED panel, 1080p resolution, Online Movies, as well VIERA Link. Media Player Simply insert an SD Memory Card or USB memory stick into the slot to enjoy previously saved photos, video clips, and music on VIERA's large screen. You can also add frames and other effects to your photos and videos, and create slide shows complete with background...