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So another day another panny telly.
This particular one is a good set, an LCD not a plasma (panasonic usually make these above 37inch)!
The contrast levels are well above average, and whether you connect this to freeview or blue ray, the blacks are a true inky black as oppossed to an idigo black as used to be the case with (older) lcd's.
One of the positive things about this particular tv is the fact that a) Panasonic is one of the big 3 brands (the other 2 being Samsung and Sony)and secondly despite the small price tage, they've included 3 hdmi s meanning you can connect a ps3 , sky hd, and still wack in your laptop should you so wish !
Ok, now to see the picture in motion, when I tested a blue ray (Training Day) I was astonished by the detail even in the darkest scenes, there was no evidence what so ever of any dot crawl or noise, images seemed crisp, and edge detail constant even at speed.
Close up shots coveyed clarity, with poise and precision.
The asthetics of the set are not the best, and to be honest Samsung will always be a better looking set than any Panasonic, but panasonic make better Tv's...
result...if youre looking for a 37 inch lcd..a must buy!
Hi , this reveiw is about the panasonic 50" plasma tv with freesat model number TXP50G10B featuring the new neo pdp screen , this is a full HD television which means 1080p. When ever i buy any large purchase i take my time and make sure i am aware of the capabilities and take time to compare with its rivals. I figured it was up to date and somewhat future proofed , these items i dont want to be replacing too often !
I have owned this television for around 6 months , the reasons i opted for this television are the reliability reports and the good reveiws in general i had read. Panasonic and Pioneer have joined forces to produce some of the best plasma screens available.
The colour is amazing and playing games is a totally new experience, no blockiness and i also use it as my monitor for the desktop PC, i can tell you this is a revalation and makes for easy reading lol.
I also checked the power consumption figures for this model , which are less than the outgoing models , comparable to LCD televisions.
Needless to say so far i have had no problems with any aspect of this television , and i can heartily recommend if your looking for a plasma television, thank you for reading my reveiw , i hope it is of use .
We purchased the TX-37LZD85 in 2008 after many nights of review-reading and soul-searching. On the whole, it's proved to be a good choice - nice crisp colours, inky blacks, sharp images, displays HD pictures gorgeously. The set itself looks sleek, with it's shiny black frame and base. The base has a nifty hidden swivel system - when you turn the TV on the swivel base, it looks as though the whole base is sliding on the cabinet surface. I guess it's not much of a feature, but I like it. I've heard that the sound on the inbuilt speakers is pretty good, but we've only ever used external speakers so I can't comment.
The one problem we've had is light bleed from the bottom-left corner of the screen - a problem common to LCD screens and not unique to this model. We had the set replaced twice, and after the third set proved to show the same fault were told that Panasonic had investigated our previous 2 returns & found that the light bleed was within normal operating limits. I find this enormously frustrating because manufacturers don't publish any guidelines around what constitutes "normal" - so it's impossible to determine whether the set you have has a fault that should be repaired, or just a shows a manufacturing variance. At any rate, we settled (somewhat unhappily) for putting up with the light bleed. It only significantly affects the display when the image is black or very dark (for example, a night scene), or when there are black bars at the bottom/sides of the screen. Then the bleed can show up quite clearly - the downside of a screen that displays black so well.
Light bleed aside, we've been very happy with this TV - even my fussy audio-visual fanatic husband likes it.