I just bought a panasonic TC-L58E60 and I have a sound bar connected to it. I can't for the life of me figure out how to turn of the tbs speakers so I just get sound from the sound bar. Any help thanks.
SO I haven't been here for awhile. Bought a panny last year and researched the hell out of tvs before hand. Well a year later I'm buying again and have been out the loop for awhile. Can you guys recommend me the best tv for around $900.00? Thanks.
10-13ft viewing distance
some offset angle viewing
some bright room viewing during the day
mostly hdtv viewing
occasional movies (dvd/Netflix on xbox)
occasional xbox one gaming
3d/smart tv not overly important, have an xbox one
I have it narrowed down to:
Have been looking at the TV's below pretty seriously. I'm not concerned with Smart functions as I'll be using my GoogleTV for that. Looking for best picture (particularly blacks) that won't break the bank. Bright(er) room so not leaning heavily toward plasma (I realize those have better blacks...
The Panasonic LED TC-L58E60 seems to have fairly positive reviews including David Katzmaier on Cnet who considers it one of the best values in its price range. Anyone purchased this set & care to offer their impressions? I'm also considering the Vizio E601i-A3 & Sharp LC60LE650U.
Going in basement with great lighting control & will use for FPS shooters - PS4 and Sports watching ...
1. Panny 58 LED E60
2. Panny 55S60 ( is there a PQ diff with the 60 inch?
3. And a tv that has caught my eye of late 60 inch Samsung F5t300
Looking for a TV in the $800 to $1000 price range. Priority list--
1) Motion quality
2) Natural colors
3) Low input lag for gaming
4) Reduced glare
5) Viewing angle (non-issue now, but for the future)
Smart TV is almost irrelevant to me at this point. What's your opinion on these two...
I've got a fairly specific situation in my den. I've got a mantle above the gas fireplace and to either side it is drywalled/framed in. We have an older 50" Panasonic plasma up there currently. I'd like to get the largest screen size I could in the opening, which is why I'm looking at TVs with...
Looking at getting a new tv for the living room. Wanted a 60" and to stay in the $1K range. I narrowed it down to two TV's but im having a hard time deciding.
This is not the main movie watching tv since i do have a theater room in the basement.
The first is a sharp and its the size i want...