Panasonic TX-L32S10 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview
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- Wide viewing angle with IPS alpha panel
- 50,000:1 contrast with intelligent scene controller
- Smart networking with VIERA link
- VIERA image viewer (AVCHD/JPEG)
- V-Audio surround
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32" / 81 cm
Top Customer Reviews
The picture quality is absolutely excellent - we watch Freeview TV (not an HD source) and the quality of Freeview is unbelievable. Xbox 360 is fantastic in HD too.
If you have a Panasonic HDD recorder you can pause live TV using the Vera link, and control all Panasonic devices from the one controller.
Only thing I do not like (which is unfortunately common to all Panasonic's now) is the GuidePlus EPG (Programme Guide) - it displays annoying adverts in the left-hand column of the guide, which although probably generates Panasonic some extra cash - are not interesting, and I can not turn them off (looked through all the forums etc.). Do not really like the idea of my kids being able to see adverts without my choice.
They do not mention this in any of their literature (GuidePlus is mentioned as a new standard in EPG - but the EPG is the same as my old Panasonic, except with space taken up for advertising!).
A small rant on what is otherwise an absolutely excellent TV.
A few of bits of information worth mentioning are that the dimensions are H55.1 x W79.8 x D21.7cm including the stand. And that you have no shortage of inputs with 3 HDMIs and 2 Scarts. Also you have an SD slot to show off your pictures so it's goodbye to the digital photo frame.
Overall, I couldn't be happier!
Yes it is incedibly good when connected to a Blu-Ray or Full HD device (X-Box 360). Judge it on that and not just on the normal Freeview Digital which may be running on low transmitter power until the switch over.
The tip given by a reviewer regarding fitting the stand was excellent.
You need to lay the screen on something soft and lower the four cross headed screws into a recess so you need a magnetic cross head screwdriver (most are) or a bit of blu-tak.
It is not fitted to slim down the box packaging.
Panasonic can not seem to finally decide where to put the on/off button yet.
All 3 TV's have different positions (front, top and right hand side on this model.)
It self installs once you have switched on and completed the option to set your security is completed.
A SD card reader is built in to view your digital pictures or movies.
Ordered Thursday Arrived Friday by City Link who seem to take just a bit more care with their large parcels.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Panasonic quality at a good price. Great for connectiong to computer and looking at photos using memory stick.Published 16 months ago by roger
Panasonic know their stuff, this is a great tv, great refresh rate, BluRays look stunning on it as do games! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Glezza
I bought this as a gift for someone. I've had no reports of any problems. I've seen it switched on a couple of times and the sound quality appeared to be much better than my Sony... Read morePublished on 19 Mar. 2014 by Andrew
What a shame that an excellent TV has been spoit by putting adverts on the EPG! I always watch through a PVR in order to avoid them!Published on 3 July 2013 by RandyBoy
Just got this tv refurished so was a bit concerned. It was for my grandsons birthday. The tv works well so didnt have to worry too much and so far all thats been tried is just fine... Read morePublished on 29 Oct. 2011 by smiler
I bought this Panasonic TV after my old Wharfedale CRT gave up the ghost that I used with a digital set top box. Read morePublished on 7 Jun. 2011 by R. Wilkinson
My first Panasonic machine, I have always had Philips before. What a revelation, fantastic picture, pity the tuner isn't HD but it is what I bought.Published on 1 Nov. 2010 by Thomas B. Jackson