Friday, July 19, 2013

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The Panasonic TC–L505ET60 55–inch. This set definitely is pretty expensive but is it worth it, let’s see I have been going over the reviews for some time and here’s my report. Apparently the structure of the TV seems to be pretty good overall people like the feel of it. It looks like an incredibly expensive and well-designed piece of machinery. The stand has an incredibly sturdy construction it doesn’t seem to swivel at all. If you’re looking for something that moves around this definitely is not the product for you. It seems that the 3-D support is actually pretty good and the quality of the 3-D picture definitely has improved over the years. Also you can watch regular TV channels and convert them into a somewhat simulated 3-D format, giving you the feel of watching 3-D TV with regular channels. Has a great 2-D to 3-D conversion. The home screen seems to be very customizable compared to earlier models you can add or remove apps quite easily making it very user-friendly. The Internet quality is actually great, YouTube videos seem to come out very well. Also it’s compatible with Netflix and Amazon instant video as well. It seems like it streams those videos at an incredibly fast rate. You also can send stored pictures and video from your iPad to the TV instantly through the viera remote 2 app. The TV supports wired keyboard and mouse only not Bluetooth, but you can use some sort of wireless mouse but you cannot use a Bluetooth enabled device. It doesn’t support Silverlight or flash player which makes the browser app almost useless seeing as pretty much every site requires that you use flash, well that is every site that actually has great content on it. Overall people say that the video quality of this TV is pretty much overly perfect I’ve not seen one negative review on this product even though it only has 8 reviews on Amazon. So if you’re in the market for an expensive TV this is worth the price, I’m guessing this probably is the one that you want especially because it’s a smart TV. Despite the fact that it doesn’t have flash player or Silverlight it definitely comes through with app placement and I haven’t reed one bad thing about it. So if your in the market for something to impress your guests then I would recommend the Panasonic TC-L55ET60 55-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart 3D IPS LED HDTV (Includes 2 Pairs of 3D Polarized Glasses). I’m giving it a 9 out of 10.
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The Panasonic TC L42E60 42 inch. So I’m looking over the reviews for the Panasonic TC 42 inch LED HDTV, and it looks to me like it’s an incredibly heavy TV, they recommend that you have a partner help you when caring it in the house, and also when you set up as well. Apparently it has great picture quality during the day or in night, no matter what time the picture quality still shines through, apparently it has a screen for glare reflection. The remote seems to be incredibly easy-to-use, they clam it has large buttons on it and it’s easy to find, and the numbers seem to be well marked. It seems like it has a bunch of apps you can preview them online anytime you want. It has something called swap and share so you can take things off the iPad and show them on the TV like family photos or videos or anything of that sort. Unfortunately there is only one RGB input so you have to choose between whatever two devices that you have that use RGB, hopefully you have nothing but HD devices. It also has a USB outlet which is really handy, that’s probably one of my favorite features of any TV I feel like every TV should have a USB outlet especially in this day and age. Apparently it has an Internet browser which is supposedly labeled useless seeing as it doesn’t support flash, so of course you cant go to any of your favorite websites because most websites that people like usually are flash enabled websites so it’s probably like more for reading blogs or just doing basic Facebook browsing and stuff like that. Overall I would give the Panasonic TC-L42E60 42-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart LED HDTV a 8 or 8 1/2 our of 10. I say 8 or 8 1/2 purely after looking at the Amazon reviews they all seem to be incredibly positive, but at the same time there are some issues with the TV not major issues but just small things that would make me label it a 8 1/2 but realistically it seems like it’s a great buy and I won’t knock it. One of the only reasons why realistically I would give it a 8 1/2, it’s not flash enabled, it not being flash enabled at the end the day could be a real problem if you’re looking for a smart TV but that still doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s a great set most Smart TV's are not flash enabled.
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The Panasonic Viera Tc-L47E50 47-Inch. The reviews on this TV are quite mixed, some people are saying that it’s great and they love the HDMI because it has great picture quality, they also seem to enjoy the Internet capability. Also on the other hand, some people on here complain about some spectral lines coming across the screen. Apparently this guy had an issue with spectral lines across the screen so he had to call down and report it, but they were not necessarily responding so he called the Better Business Bureau and eventually ended up getting a newer TV still a Panasonic but an upgraded version of this one. Apparently it has great web enabled apps you also seem to be able to insert a SD card and view photos and videos as well. I’m seeing reviews that say it has very good picture quality with some tweaking. Also there are reviews that are saying it has bright picture and that it’s not very reflective. There are some reviews coming in saying that it’s a great value and that it’s also a pretty thin TV. You also can use your Iphone or your android for a remote. As a bonus there is four HDMI inputs, and I keep hearing that it has a very attractive design as well. So the review board is mixed, like if you’re in extreme stickler on your TVs maybe you might have some issues with this product, but if you’re just an average Joe looking for a good quality TV then this is definitely something for you to look for especially for the price. The twitter app is getting great reviews people like hash tagging while watching some of their favorite programs just to see what other people are saying about the programs. Overall the reviews seem to be more tipped over to the light side, there are definitely a few considerable complaints but realistically the majority of the reviews are positive so I would say a definite good bye. One person mentioned that he should have not had the TV in his room because the quality of it just makes you want to lounge around all day. Apparently it works well with Amazon instant video. I would defiantly check it out, it seems like while they were manufacturing this product they may have messed up a few models but seems like the majority of the models of this TV out there work pretty well. Overall i’m going to give the Panasonic VIERA TC-L47E50 47-Inch 1080p 120Hz Full HD IPS LED-LCD TV a 7 out of 10.
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The Panasonic Viera TC-L42ET5 42-Inch. Now I heard about this TV a few times, it apparently has very good picture quality. After looking over the review boards it seems like it has 117 people giving it five stars and only eight people giving it one star. So over all it seems like LED is the future. The set up of the TV apparently is easy according to all the reviews. Finding a Wi-Fi network seems to be easy on this as well, and soon as you locate the Wi-Fi network it offers you a framework of the day you can install it without hassle. Apparently the remote is supposedly easy-to-use and the main use seem to be incredibly responsive. It has very good motion handling and it doesn’t have that cheesy soap opera effect. The sound quality seems to be loud and slightly clear but not necessarily incredibly powerful, and most likely with any TV set, your not going to get super good sound quality because most people expect you to set up your own surround sound, only certain TV sets come with a great sound system. The good thing about this set is it actually includes four 3-D glasses, so far every set that I reviewed only gives you two 3-D glasses so that’s nice that they include those extras, it’s like they don’t want you to spend more money to buy more glasses like every other set seems to. The TV also has a game mode, when the game mode is off things are kind of slow and choppy but when you turn the game mode on everything is fine and there’s no clicking our motion problems. Once again everyone says they were blown away by the 3-D picture quality of this TV which is great because a lot of 3-D TVs don’t necessarily deliver, it has a great amount of HDMI ports four to be exact, it also has two USB ports which is something that I find incredibly important because I love plugging in my USB cards so I can play my content. The smart TV system seems to work very well with loads of apps, it works with Hulu, Amazon instant video, and Netflix and they all have HD quality. So if you’re in the market for a pretty good TV that’s not necessarily too expensive then you definitely want to look for this model overall I think I’m going to give this a 8 out of 10.