“We bought this in March 2008, on sale at Costco. A friend had a larger (50") version of the same set; we liked it, but the 42" was fine for us then. Now, of course, it's pretty dinky-looking, even in our very small (6' x 8') "home theater". It is a very basic TV, plasma or otherwise, by today's standards, with no Internet connection, only 2 HDMI connections, and none of the other modern...” --PhoebeAnn60
“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 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
“This was my first Plasma TV and flat panel that I've owned. I've looked at Sharp, LG and Samsung, but liked the reviews of this flagship TV for 2012. I have my mounted on a wall. Even though I purchased this TV in September of 2012, I didn't start using it until May of 2013. This TV went into my custom built, miniature movie theater room. The TV does have online streaming capabilities but I...” --Cigarjohn47
Panasonic S60 Series Plasma HDTV (42, 50, 55, 60, 65-Inch ) Full HD picture quality with easy network connectivity The S60 series features built-in wireless LAN and allows you to access features like Media Player and Online Movies. Technical Details Video: 42, 50, 55, 60, and 65-Inch class (measured diagonally), Full HD 1080p, 600Hz refresh rateKey Features:...
“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
The Panasonic PT-AE4000 is Panasonic's upgrade to the popular PT-AE3000U. It surpasses the Panasonic PTAE3000 in image quality, and has more features as well.The pure contrast plate in the PT-AE4000 uses an engineered crystalline material that is carefully matched to the characteristics of the LCD panels to effectively correct the passage of light exiting the panels. This enables the...
Panasonic ST60 Series Plasma HDTV (50, 55, 60, & 65-Inch) Spectacular Full HD 3D picture with smart connectivity 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 ...
“I've owned several types of HDTV's over the years: rear projection, rear projection DLP, LCD and LED/LCD. For years I pined over the wonderful picture the LED/LCD's displayed in store and finally I purchased a 3D LED/LCD set in 2011. I set it up same day and was ready to watch all my favorite movies again on my new reference set, only to be severely disappointed with the pictures quality. A...” --Tom Riddle