Sleek and minimalist in design
The Panasonic TC-P60S60 (MSRP $1299) is one of the first (if not the first) 2013 series available on the consumer market. While Sharp is shipping a few of its new models, Panasonic's S60 series became available for pre-order first: The higher-end ST60 series won't hit our labs until next month. In a way, our pent-up excitement for the new tech expected this year became channeled into this first real taste of 2013. Our first impression? The S60 is going to be a tough act to follow.
Great TV with DVD Player
I am very pleased with our purchase. The TV was easy to set up and looks really nice on the TV stand I got for it. Picture quality is better than I expected. Sound quality is definitely adequate - it isn't bose quality speakers, but I have no trouble hearing the TV loudly from across the room. I would recommend to someone looking for an affordable TV with great features and a nice design.
Big and powerful yet quite affordable HDTV
All in all, they made a good job producing the Philips 46PFL5907. It does it job nicely no matter what you use it for. It's not also the most expensive one out there. The Philips 46PFL5907 is worthy of consideration for prospective HDTV buyers!
Excellent picture for the price
The picture looks great. The speakers are pretty bad they crackle when turned up. But if you hook up surround it's not an issue. The base is pretty lame you have to screw it on, i've never seen that before. For $400 it's a great tv. I was surprised bc i figured it was a westinghouse POS, but it seems legit. If your on a budget or just cheap as hell, this tv is what's up
Surprisingly good contrast, since everything else is subpar
Testing budget TVs offers a thrill that higher-end models don't give. Every time I review one of these low-end displays, I hope that it'll be the one, that diamond in the rough with outstanding picture quality for a bargain. The Westinghouse CW46T9FW is just the latest disappointment. And to add insult to injury, it doesn't even look good aesthetically.
Saying that everything is bad on this Westinghouse would be dishonest. It has good contrast, plus its audio quality is actually decent.
Glad I went with the bigger TV
I was looking for a new TV for the bedroom. I was debating between this TV and the the 39" Samsung for the same price. I was leary because there was no reviews yet on this TV. I could not be happier with the purchase. The picture is awesome and the sound quality for a flat screen is great. I would definitely reccomend this to a friend or family member.
My first LED TV
This is my first LED tv and I'm impressed. Great picture, really thin frame. What more could you ask for? I've spend a couple days paying attention issues with the picture, really searching for anything. There really isn't much to complain about. I was a little concerned about a 60hz refresh rate being an issue, but it's refresh rate, even in action scenes is really, really good. No complaints there. The dark is very dark, giving the right feel of depth.
Great TV after a lot of tweaking
With a lot of tweaking, I got the picture to look beautiful. I will use my Comcast box sparingly, but I might move to FIOS if the support full 1080. Watching movies on my PS3 and playing games on my Xbox stopped me from returning the TV. I will not be surprised if this set gets bad reviews from Comcast users (even though Its not Samsung's fault). I'm a "videophile" and this passed my personal test with vibrant colors.
Pretty good fast action performance
This is not the least expensive 32" LCD TV you will find but it has LED edge backlighting and the CMR 120 for fast action processing and display. It also has much better front appearance than most of the 32" TVs on the market. It's $450 price tag puts it $100 to $125 more than simple 60Hz LCD (CCFL) TVs from Toshiba and Sony.
Great contrast, Accurate colors
A 40-inch Samsung for less than $700 is good deal without knowing much more. Being that we are a business based on writing scientific reviews with testing data, we will give you some actual insight on the performance and usability of this product in our conclusion.
The UN40EH5000 ($679 MSRP) from Samsung is in many ways the perfect television for some consumers.
Great TV for the bucks
It was easy to run through the setup and tweak the color and sound, and both are great. I could have spent more and gotten a bigger or "better" set, but we don't notice any difference between the RCA and my brother's 55" 1080p, (though we probably would in a side by side comparison). Our bottom line is that we have a HDTV that we are happy with, and spent $1200 less.
Pretty good quality for a very good price
Let me start by saying that my television came promptly and in one piece, two days after ordering. I was very happy about that, and even happier that it wasn't busted up into fragments during shipping- so order with confidence.
As for the television itself, the picture is pretty amazing. Some say you can't really tell the difference between 780 and 1080 with televisions of this size, but comparing it to my roommates television of the same size, mine looks clearer and crisper.
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