Panasonic TX-L32DT30E Reviews
Product Type: Panasonic 3D LCD TV
Description:Manufacturer: Panasonic / Type: LCD TV / 32" / HD Ready 1080p
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Panasonic TX-32LZD80A great HD TV with integrated FreeSat (430 words)
by aaronphil - written on 30/07/09, updated on 30/07/09 (Useful, 235 readings)
For specs see the Panasonic Website. So why bother with the Panasonic brand at all. Well they are the first TV manufacturer to include a FreeSat integrated tuner in the TV allowing you to view HD channels without subscribing to Sky HD or going out and buying a separate FreeSat box. FreeSat HD was the reason we bought the TV and because we already had a satellite dish left over from when we were sky customers, we could receive the signals without forking out extra. So what s the advantage of having FreeSat apart from HD channels, well unlike DVB you can receive the signals in better quality as opposed to receiving a signal through a standard aerial. There is no ...
Panasonic TX-32LMD70Great TV with built-in Freeview (618 words)
by piggole - written on 18/03/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
this is more to do with the quality of the DVD Recorder I am using as you don t tend to see this effect when watching Freeview TV. The 32 inch size might not appeal to everyone but for my room (18ft x 14ft) it is the perfect viewing size. If you get too close, the picture will look blocky as with all LCD s. The viewing angle is another great feature of this TV - you can practically be sideways on and still see clearly what is on the screen. The screen itself is very well made, and somehow it never seems to attract any dust so you are never having to clean it. The remote control is nicely laid out and responsive, and the batteries seem to last forever which is a real ...
Panasonic TX-32LMD70Outperforms Much More Expensive Rivals (263 words)
by tleefox - written on 27/07/10 (Useful, 33 readings)
demo product) at the bargain price of £170. For piece of mind I bought one of their extended 5 year warranties which is 10% of the screen price, so £17 in this case. I primarily bought this as a secondary TV, as we have 2 lounges. I had always intended this to be the back-up TV, to a much more expensive and up to date LG product. Having had both TV s for a little while I decided to swap them round, such is the superiority of this TV over the LG one. On first impressions the TV doesn t look like much, as the case is very plain and plasticy - it does not have a super sleek case as many sets do nowadays. However, looks can be deceiving. The picture quality and sound ...