Panasonic TC-L50ET60 50-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart 3D IPS LED HDTV Review

Panasonic TC-L50ET60 50-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart 3D IPS LED HDTV Review
Panasonic TC-L50ET60 50-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart 3D

Panasonic ET60 Series LED HDTV (50 and 55-Inch Class)

Cutting-edge smart VIERA TV with superior picture quality

VIERA TVs offer the best possible picture quality -- achieving rich and robust blacks, high moving-picture resolution, smooth and velvety gradation, and vibrant colors. With stunning images and state-of-the-art design, VIERA TVs bring a special ambience to your living room. 
2013 Panasonic TVs are focused on sleek, minimalist designs, where unncessary elements are stripped away to highlight the awe-inspiring images on screen. The Panasonic TC-L50ET60 is a 1080p HDTV that features an ultra slim metal bezel and a sleek and slim IPS LED panel that will add an elegant touch to your living room.
 Crips, Moving Picture
This TV features 720 backlight scanning technology which minimizes flicker and ensures smooth images. This function is great for dynamic sports scenes and fast-action movie shots.
Advanced Wide  Viewing Angle 
The TV features an IPS LED Panel with excellent viewing angle characteristics so that images are reproduced with spectacular brightness, color, and contrast, even when viewed from the side
This TV features VIERA Link, a technology that allows a consumer to operate all Panasonic VIERA Link compatible AV components using only one remote control.
Super Clear Resolutions
With 1080p 120 Hz Pure Direct function and a fast image processor, Panasonic TVs reproduce video with stunning quality, bringing you high-res images with life-like colors Pure Picture Like Live.

Smart TV Made Easy
With VIERA Technology You will More fun comes via a cloud service. VIERA Internet-ready TVs feature VIERA Connect, a cloud service that provides access to apps for video, music, social networking, games, news, lifestyle, sports, and health/fitness. Popular apps include Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, Facebook, Twitter, and huluplus. Panasonic's Smart VIERA platform makes TV entertainment more intuitive, more comfortable, and lots more fun.

my Home Screen
Make your TV personal. VIERA allows you to instantly access your favorite content on a personalized TV screen. It's a whole new user experience that is all
Swipe and Share 2.0 
Easily share special moments with your family and friends. Link your smart device to the TV and freely share content by swiping forward with one finger. Save by swiping back with two fingers. 
Skype Communication & Social Networking TV
Use the social networking TV app to access social network sites and communicate with your loved ones while simultaneously watching TV. Watch live sports while upping the excitement by chatting with your friends as the game unfolds. *Skype camera not included. 
Media Player
Simply insert an SD memory card or USB stick and enjoy photos, videos, and music on this TV.* A wealth of customization functions let you add background music and effects. *JPEG/MP3 playback

Panasonic TC-L50ET60 50-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart 3D IPS LED HDTV Review From Many Customer

Choosing a TV can be a difficult process because there are many options available. There are a number of key questions you have to ask: What room will the TV be viewed in? What type of content are you going to be watching? Do you want 3D capability and/or internet connectivity? Below are some of the pros and cons of this TV to help you decide if this television is right for you.
A little about why I chose this TV -- I was looking for a new unit for my bedroom, one that was large enough for an immersive movie-watching experience. I have owned many Panasonic TVs and they have always been very reliable, so my preference was to stick with that brand. I wanted an LED model, one that was both 3D capable and also could access my Netflix account. I decided on this model, and overall I'm very happy with my decisions. The product is impressive in many ways, particularly in its image quality and easy on-screen navigation. The only area I feel it is lacking is in both speaker quality and audio connection options...
  • This TV is incredibly slim. It comes with a sturdy base plate that is easy to assemble. The overall build quality of the TV is great, and the frame is very small which is a nice aesthetic change from the thicker frames of just several years ago.
  • You can greatly customize every aspect of the TV, from the image and sound specifications, to parental controls, to changing your home screen layout.
  • Picture quality is awesome - it's full HD 1080p, and the 120Hz refresh rate is also very important if you do a lot of gaming or watch sports. I'm sitting around 6-8 ft. from the screen and the 50" display is just right... if you're sitting any further than that you might want to look into the 55" model or larger.
  • The 3D quality is very high - it uses Passive 3D technology, which utilizes polarized glasses that create the stereoscopic 3D effect. In my opinion, if you are new to 3D then passive (rather than active) 3D technology is the way to go - there is less eye strain, and the glasses are comfortable (especially if you already wear regular glasses). Two pairs of glasses are included, and they're also relatively inexpensive if you need to pick up some extra pairs.
  • 3 HDMI input ports are included... that means the cable box, blu-ray player, and video game console can all be hooked up at once and ready to go.
  • A lot of discussion has taken place about the merits of LED vs. Plasma televisions. It's worth researching and looking at both, but I prefer LEDs because they perform better in bright settings (such as a family room w/ large windows) and they also use less energy.
  • This is a "Smart TV" - that means it can connect to the internet via your Wireless router and you can get a variety of Apps. For movie lovers, you can stream Netflix and Hulu. If you're going to use an internet-connected device (such as a Roku box), then there's really no need to also have a Smart TV. But it certainly doesn't hurt either, and you can always choose not to connect the TV to the internet if you prefer not to.
  • The remote control is very nice and it's not too cluttered. It's quite similar the the Panasonic remotes of the last few years. For those who watch a lot of Netflix, the remote includes a Netflix shortcut button.
  • The built-in speakers are okay, but not great. They will do fine for watching the news, but if you are into movies/gaming then I'd definitely recommend using some type of sound system/sound bar.
  • No headphone jack. I'd imagine this will be a big inconvenience to some, and I don't see why companies aren't including it on their TVs anymore. There's no standard A/V output either, so the red-white audio to 3.5mm conversion cable won't work either.
  • Digital Coaxial Audio (this port is typically identified by the color orange) is NOT included. This will only affect certain people with older audio equipment - most newer home theater units, receivers, and sound bars accept the Digital Optical input (which is compatible with this TV).
  • Despite being mentioned in the Amazon product details, this TV does NOT have Bluetooth. I tried to connect a bluetooth device and it did not work; then I went looking into the TV settings and the manual and discovered that bluetooth is indeed not supported.
  • Its annoying that Panasonic chose to run banner ads on the TV by default. This can be turned off by selecting "Menu" on remote, then choosing Setup >> Display Customization >> Smart Viera Banner >> Off.
Technical Details
 Video : 50 and 55-Inch class (measured diagonally), Full HD 1080p, 120Hz refresh rate, 720 back light scanning technology
Key Features : Smart TV, Built-in wireless LAN and Bluetooth, 2D-3D conversion, Media Player, Game Mode, VIERA Link, Voice Guidance feature
Input and Output Connections : 3 HDMI, 2 USB
Eco-Friendly Features: Energy Star certified, high efficient backlight & wide aperture panel for low power consumption, Eco-Navigation tool
What's in the Box: ET60 HDTV, 3D polarized glasses (2 pairs included), TV remote, user manual

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ChevyLin said...

Great article. For those who live outside US like me, you can access Netflix, Hulu and similar media stations on your Panasonic Smart TV by using UnoTelly or similar tools.

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