Panasonic TX-32PF10 Reviews
Product Type: Panasonic CRT TV
Newest Review: ... However, build quality is not great and it has several design faults that Panasonic have refused to acknowledge even though ... more
Customer Panasonic TX-32PF10 Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/05/01, updated on 09/05/01 (Useful, 988 readings)
The Panny PF10 is the most two faced TVs i have ever owned. On one hand you get the best picture quality i have yet to see from a 32 inch CRT but on the other hand it has some unforgivable failings. On the good side it has contrast and definition in abundance with the lowest levels of digital artefacts (nasty pixellation, unnatural outlines and movement blurring) i have ever seen, including those new Sonys. However, build quality is not great and it has several design faults that Panasonic have refused to acknowledge even though I have pestered them. A fault with most sets is the emission of a quiet but annoying high pitched hum. This can only be ... Read the complete review
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