Panasonic TC-L32x2 Sharp Picture, Quality Build, with iPod. SD card, and PC inputs

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Panasonic launched the newest product, Panasonic's 32-inch VIERA TC-L32X2 LCD TV provides 720p high-definition imagery and includes a Universal Dock for Apple iPod, which enables you to control and play music and video directly from your iPod or iPhone through your VIERA HDTV.

Panasonic TC-L32x2 is X2 series model also features 24P Playback function for superb imagery from 24-frame movies on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, Game Mode for faster image response while playing immersive 3D games, a 20,000:1 contrast ratio, and an improved panel with In Plane Switching (IPS) for an ultra-wide viewing angle and higher moving picture resolution that results in clear, bright images.

Panasonic TC-L32x2
In Plane Switching (IPS): The latest iteration of Panasonics IPS LCD panel features excellent light transmittance and a wide viewing angle. The wide 178-degree viewing angle--both horizontally and vertically--ensures clear images even when viewed from an angle. And the console backlight's advanced manual breach enhances the adverse amid ablaze and dark, convalescent motion-image response.

Panasonic TC-L32x2 with iPod dock Entertainment Kit: With the included Universal Dock for iPod, you can control playback of the music and video stored on your Apple iPod or iPhone directly through your VIERA HDTV via the remote control and intuitive onscreen menu system (see more about iPod/iPhone compatibility).

Game Mode: With Bold Mode, quicker angel acknowledgment increases the amusement of video amateur back a bold animate is affiliated to the TV. What's more, VIERA produces the dark images in video games more clearly. This mode works with the anti-image retention (wobbling) function, too.

VIERA Image Viewer: View full-HD images with the integrated SD card slot, enabling you to view JPEG photos captured from your digital camera or camcorder on the big screen. Panasonic TC-L32x2 - Is Is A Favorite Entertainment For Your Family.

VIERA Link: Allows the interlinked operation of various AV devices--from DVD and Blu-ray Disc players to home theater sound systems to digital cameras and camcorders--using only the VIERA remote control by simply connecting the devices to each other by an HDMI cable (see pop-up illustration).

I bought three new 32-inch LCD TVs in one week, and returned the first two because of faulty video inputs. The third TV I bought is this high-quality, Panasonic TC-L32X2 TV, which was just released in February 2010. My experience enabled me to compare three similar TVs, giving me good insight to write this review.

I initially bought two added 32-inch LCD TVs; a Vizio VO320E and a Sony BRAVIA BX 300 Series (model KDL-32BX300). I alternate both of them because of identical video ascribe problems. I connected two different brands of DVD players to each TV, and when I played DVDs, there were alternating horizontal stripes of discoloration on the screen, indicating a problem with the video inputs on the TVs.

I alternate both TVs to the banker because both of these DVD players formed altogether on two added TVs in my house, including a one-year-old Panasonic plasma.

Then I bought the Panasonic TC-L32X2 TV listed here. After the antecedent setup, the aboriginal affair I activated was the video achievement from a DVD player, and was adequate to acquisition that the video was brittle and clear, with no stripes of birthmark like on the added two TVs.

Then I addled through the channels from a absolute cable TV ascribe (no cable box), and the TV achievement was accomplished as well, and absolutely bigger than the added two TVs that I had to return. Also, the build of the TV was noticeably of higher quality than the other two TVs. The remote has plenty of features, and is not cheap (like the ones that came with other two TVs).