Have just bought one of these from Richer Sounds for a bargain price of £450 to replace my 5-year-old 37" Panasonic plasma.
Have to say it's a great set and the picture is so much better than the old one. Not yet tried it with my Blu-Ray but expect it will be superb.
The Freeview HD pictures are first rate and although the speakers are somewhat small, they give out a reasonable sound for watching normal TV.
Overall, a highly recommended set, especially for that price and has plenty of inputs and features for the future.
Go and buy one!
I bought one of these to replace my 3 year old 37 inch Panny plasma and was hugely disappointed in it. On normal and cinema mode the picture is too dim with washed out whites imo. On THX the picture is bright enough but you no longer get whites, you get creams instead and a brownish tone is introduced across everything , almost like a veil as one guy said to me in Richer sounds when i returned it and we hooked it up for a demo.
Unlike last years G range plasmas you can't alter the colour hue in THX mode to sort it either. I could not live with it so I returned it and replaced it with a Panasonic TX-L42E30 which has an outstanding picture and out performed the plasma in every way on every format imo. A great tv.
I have bought one and it is all true. Good tv for the money! PQ is very good. (Free) calibrating, how please ? + Which "mediaplayer" will give me a good wireless (10 - 12 m.) copy of my iMac-screen ?
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