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Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV

Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV
Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV


Product Added : March 14th, 2013
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Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV


Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV


Your favorite shows just got better. VIERA® C22 Series LCD HDTVs are just right for enjoying your favorite hi-def TV shows, and make it easy to share your digital photos on screen. It’s easy to view full-HD images with the SD card slot. Watch and show your photos right after you take them. Simply insert an SD Memory Card into your VIERA HDTV to display photos on the large screen. It’s much more fun when you can view them on a large screen HDTV with family and friends in high definition and a wide 16:9 aspect ratio. VIERA Link allows interconnected operation of various AV devices using only the VIERA remote control, by simply connecting compatible devices to each other by an HDMI cable.Offering excellent picture performance, Panasonic’s 32-inch VIERA TC-L32C22 LCD HDTV provides 720p high-definition imagery and an improved panel with In Plane Switching (IPS) for an ultra-wide viewing angle and higher moving picture resolution for clear, bright images. This C22 series model also feat

  • 32-inch LCD HDTV with 720p HD resolution; IPS panel for excellent viewing from almost any angle
  • 18,000:1 contrast ratio; 24P Playback function for superb imagery from 24-frame movies on DVD
  • VIERA Image Viewer for JPEG image slideshows directly from an SD memory card
  • Inputs: 2 HDMI, 1 component, 2 composite, 1 PC, 1 digital audio output
  • Includes removable stand; measures 31.5 x 21.7 x 8.6 inches with stand

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  1. 88 of 89 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to Set-Up, Beautiful Picture, Reasonable Price, March 21, 2010
    By 
    M. Hill (U.S.A.) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I am not an expert on LCD televisions, just someone in need of a new TV. It will ultimately be used in the bedroom, but for now it is in the family room. Although it is not a huge room, it opens to the kitchen and the ceiling is vaulted. For months I studied reviews of different models on the internet hoping to at least discover which manufacturers had the most service problems to avoid that aggravation, along with which brand had the best rated picture quality. I also visited showrooms to see what looked best to my eye.

    After my research I narrowed my search to a 720p TV because although 1080p of course creates a higher quality picture, it isn’t as critical on a 32 inch TV or smaller. Since new televisions usually appear in March, my plan was to buy a discontinued model and take advantage of clearance pricing. Unfortunately I waited too long and the two choices I’d focused on were both no longer available. This TV met my needs, the price was right and Panasonic was one of the two brands I’d settled on.

    Light weight and easy to handle, out of the box all that was necessary was putting the stand together with a few screws and then attaching it with a few more to the television. I already had a composite video/audio cable which is good because Panasonic doesn’t include one. The cable consists of three male plugs on each end — one red, one white and one yellow. The red and white are for right and left audio and the yellow is video. There are ports on the back of the cable box and the TV with the same colors so it was easy to connect – video out on the cable box and video in on the TV. An extra step I took, in order to get my local stations’ HD programs, was to hook up a basic inside antenna by screwing the antenna cable into the same named jack on the back of the TV. That gave me two advantages – I can see the HD content in full HD without increasing the cost of my basic cable plan – and if the cable goes out I can still watch TV.

    I put the batteries(included) into the remote control and turned the TV on. The first screen asked for language preference (English, Spanish or French), next the option to select viewing mode – home use or store demonstration. Then the adjust picture screen came up and I left it at the default “vivid” (choices are vivid, standard, cinema, game or custom.) The darkness of your room will dictate what looks best, and the defaults are easy to change by clicking on the remote — menu, tools, re-set to defaults. Then it goes to auto channel set-up, but if you are using a cable box you select “not used.” If using an antenna, select “antenna” and then select “start” to scan the channels. Next is an option to label each of the inputs for – antenna, DVD player, cable box, etc. Then a screen appears to adjust the clock for the year, month, day hour and minute. The completion message is then displayed and you’re done.

    The TV can be hooked-up to a PC so it can be used as a monitor. I missed an episode of 24 during the Olympics. The network website permits viewing of the current season’s episodes so I simply connected the HDMI cable from my laptop PC into the television’s HDMI port on the back. That allowed me to watch the missed episode on TV rather than my small laptop screen.

    The speakers are one-way 10 watt speakers and are typical of built-in television speakers. Note that there is no analog audio output or headphone jack. There is an optical digital audio output jack. I did not hook-up a receiver and separate speakers to improve the audio, at least not yet, but if superior sound is a concern, you will probably want to explore the possibilities.

    The picture is absolutely fabulous and amazingly enough even when viewed at a severe angle, there is no quality degradation. My only complaint is that the volume doesn’t change significantly as you increase it. The TV has an adequate maximum volume setting, but if the setting is at 30 and you want it a little louder you might have to go to 60 before you notice an increase in sound. The increments seem too small.

    The TV has a shiny “piano” black case which some people feel is a maintenance problem, but fingerprints and dust wipe up beautifully with a microfiber cloth, and I like the appearance.

    The set comes with a twelve month warranty, but I bought an extended warranty for an extra two years from square trade since this is a new model and as such has no history. I have been using the set for two weeks and so far it is completely trouble free, and I am very pleased with the purchase, but I will update the review if I experience any problems.

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  2. 26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great HD TV at Bargain price, April 21, 2010
    By 
    David Felder
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    Bought this Panasonic Viera TCL32C22 at PC Richards, a NY/NJ area appliance shop. Floor price was $399, but I paid $349.

    Let me start off by saying I own a video production company, so I sit in front of televisions all day. When HD TV’s first hit the market, I was unimpressed with the image quality. At close scrutiny, most HD TV’s that I’ve seen have horrible artifacting, due to the MPEG-2 compression used to transmit signals.

    After hooking it up to my FIOS HD box using an HDMI cable, the first channel I put on was YES network, because I know that NY Yankees games are broadcast in high definition. I was extremely impressed with the image clarity and the color. There was no visible artifacting, even when sitting a few inches from the screen. I surfed through the high-def channels and found varying degrees of images. Some channels just stretch the picture and slap an “HD” logo on it, so you really need to look at a high-def broadcast to judge it.

    My next step was to connect a DVD player using a set of Analog component cables. I choose two DVD’s: the BBC “Planet Earth” series because of the wonderful photography it includes, and the Hollywood movie “There will be Blood,” for both the photography and sound.

    “Planet Earth” displayed in widescreen mode on the DVD/TV combination without me setting anything. From ten feet, the pictures were gorgeous. The color was rich and vibrant. At screen-side, black blockiness was apparent; but when I sat a few feet away the MPEG-2 artifacting disappeared.

    I loaded “There will be Blood” into the DVD player. The picture looked great and the sound was fantastic.

    For a more detailed review, visit my blog: [...]

    UPDATE JULY 22, 2010
    Had an intermittent problem, wasn’t sure if it was the Blue Ray player, the FIOS box or the Panasonic monitor, but finally figured it out. Sometimes, after the monitor has been on at least a few hours, the audio goes nuts. I can’t even describe what it sounds like, the dialogue drops to about 10% of the sound, with a distorted, over-modulated audio echo of the same dialogue (or whatever else is playing) taking about 90% of the soundtrack. That means you can probably make out the dialogue if you listened really carefully, but who wants to watch a program under those conditions?

    At first, I thought it was my DVD player. I recently bought the Panasonic Viera Blue Ray player (which, incidentally, is not 100% remote control compatible) and found I still occasionally had the problem watching a DVD. The problem also occurs watching Netflix videos streaming via the Blue Ray player.

    Turning the monitor off, then back on, clears the problem. Only, you have to make sure you turn off the monitor using the FIOS remote control, because the monitor remote also turns off the Blue Ray player (resetting the blue ray disc to the top menu).

    Haven’t decided yet if the problem is bad enough to get me to return the TV. I haven’t got the box, and I’m sensing a lot of hassles from the dealer . . .

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    perfect for first timers with limited budget, February 9, 2011
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    This review is from: Panasonic TC-L32C22 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    if you are transitioning from crts, this is perfect. i got this at best buy for $300 and it’s great. if you are all about settings and black levels and all the mumbo jumbo out there, this might not be it for you. but if you want a no hassle, plug-in-and-go tv, this is it. find an hd sports channel and you’ll see it’s worth every penny.

    i was comparing this model with an similar lg and chose panasonic strictly for the price ($75 less when i bought the panasonic). also, dont be blinded with all this talk about 1080p, with a tv this small (compared to 50″-60″), 720 won’t ruin your tv or movie experience. use that extra $100-$150 and buy a blu-ray player or a new tv stand.

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