CRASH, BANG, BOOM. This tv brings movies to life. It does have the old analogue Dolby Pro Logic Surround Sound but it has been tried and tested for a few years and works very well. Anyway having the new Dolby digital would add bucket loads onto the price with little improvement on overall sound quality. The tv is widescreen which means that movies are able to give the whole picture, if you have a video player which supports widescreen, or alternatively buying a dvd player. Widescreen does become annoying when watching some tv programmes as you get boarders to the left and the right. This is were the programme has been filmed in the old 4:3 ratio. The tv can be turned to this though the useful grey remote. From the remote the whole tv can be controlled. The sound can be set to pro logic, stadium, phantom and other settings just to get the levels right in the room. A dvd player can be controlled by the remote as well as a VCR Overall this tv I recommend to everybody it is very smart and all your friends and neighbours will be jealously of you. If you have the extra cash the 32" might be nice but will take up more space.
This is another very highly rated set from Panasonic. It’s a Tau product which means it boasts the very latest flat screen technology and is aimed at the discerning viewer. It features both analogue and digital decoders, both of which are easy to access and negotiate. It also features a very simple programming guide that features 'now and next' information describing what’s currently on and what the next programme will be. It comes with a smart card reader that adds free access for a year to six ONdigital stations.