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Panasonic VIERA TC-L32C5 32-Inch 720p LCD TV

Panasonic VIERA TC-L32C5 32-Inch 720p LCD TV
Panasonic VIERA TC-L32C5 32-Inch 720p LCD TV

Product Added : June 19th, 2012
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Panasonic VIERA TC-L32C5 32-Inch 720p LCD TV

Panasonic VIERA TC-L32C5 32-Inch 720p LCD TV

A Casual Style Performer The TC-L32C5 (32-inch class) is a 720p, LCD HDTV (cold cathode backlighting) with two HDMI terminals, one USB port, a PC input, and game mode. It is Energy Star certified and has a long-life panel.
Game Mode
Games are much more fun when there’s no lag in operation. VIERA automatically chooses settings that provide the optimal image, so you get super-fast response and no delays. Even dark scenes with delicately rendered details are beautiful and easy to see. Media Player
Simply insert an SD Memory Card or USB memory stick into the slot to enjoy previously saved photos, video clips, and music on VIERA’s large screen. You can also add frames and other effects to your photos and videos, and create slide shows complete with background music. A wide variety of formats is supported, so you can listen to PC-based music files and web movies right on your TV. *Applicable formats vary depending on the model
2012 Pana

  • 720p LCD
  • USB Player
  • 2 HDMI 1 USB 1 PC Input

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  1. 10 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not the Cheapest Bargain TV, but a Safe Bet., May 5, 2012
    Tim (Central Coast California) –

    This review is from: Panasonic VIERA TC-L32C5 32-Inch 720p LCD TV (Electronics)

    Search for 32″ 720p TVs on amazon or anywhere on the web. There is a bunch of them ranging from around $200 to up to over $400. This one price wise sits right in the middle, so we would expect it to be average in the bunch so I will grade it as such. Every bargain TV has similar picture quality so don’t waste time trying to find an advantage there. Things that will change are TV depth, connection, extra hardware/software, and how pretty/ugly it looks from the front.
    The TV depth is pretty thick on this one, but you would be hard pressed to find a TV in the range that is not. Westinghouse does make a 32″ thinner TV at around 2′ think that sells for sub $300, but I can not recommend a Westinghouse TV due my experiences with there bad quality. That being said this TV falls as we expect with a average size and therefore passes.
    The connection on this TV do not really disappoint me personally. I know people like to run everything with HDMI these days, but I couldn’t honestly desire to hook up more that one maybe two devices to this TV. I see this device TV as useful in like a kids room, home gym, sports bar, etc. I would think this would be a good centerpiece for a living room with your bluray player, surround sound, PS3 and Wii connected to it. If that is what you want then look else where as this TV will not work for that. I do consider its connectivity average, although I know some other budget TVs were nice enough to throw a 3 HDMI on there enormous backsides.
    This TV, in my opinion does succeed in its availability of extra hardware/software. It does have the somewhat helpful game mode if that is your intended use. It also has a more usable usb than most budget TVs and does a good job of receiving photos, videos and music. It also has many eco features, but these I find less appealing. The worst is the auto dimming, which may save you $5 bucks a year, but is annoying. On expensive TVs these auto dimming features can work mostly unnoticed, but with these budget TV it seems to jump down or up in brightness and you find yourself adjusting your eyes to the new screen light. This can of course be turned off which I would recommend. Overall above average here.
    This TV is not as attractive looking as you would expect a big brand to be. The budget Samsung and LG TVs look pretty decent in my opinion, but this one missed out. As the TV unit is visible whenever it is on or off I find this fact kind of disappointing.
    Overall why three stars? This TV is fine by all means, and a great price if you want a safer brand name budget TV. I don’t know if you would want to spend the extra $50-100 to get a thinner better looking TV, but you may want to consider it for long term satisfaction. My personal preference, and the one I took was to spend almost $100 less and get a equally bulky and ugly budget TV from a less known brand. The savings there was why I can not give this average performing TV four stars.

    Cons over previous L32C3 model:
    Less speaker power
    Larger Bezel
    No IPS panel

    Pro over previous L32C3 modle:
    It is cheaper to make and therefore cheaper to purchase.

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