Panasonic VIERA TC-P60S60 60" Plasma TV (1920x1080, 60 Hz, HDTV)

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Panasonic uses its own image-analysis technology. This technology converts the motion in each scene into data, and each frame is virtually displayed in a shorter length of time, to create crisp images. Automatic Power Save and Eco mode automatically turns the power off and adjusts the brightness depending on VIERA's operating status. Contrast automatic tracking system automatically adjusts screen brightness according to ambient light.
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3 Reviews for Panasonic VIERA TC-P60S60 60" Plasma TV

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  • 2 things:IPS Picture quality, and Motion Picture Setting...
  • As a programmer and a gamer, I have my share of expensive monitors (just ask my wife!). And the regular LCD TV never satisfy my quality standard; colors are either too cartonish, black is not black, and white is tinted blue. So I have only used plasma as TV. It's warm, have rich real color, it's perfect...
  • All I had hoped for in an LED/LCD
  • I bought this from a big box retailer, but have always found the Amazon community to offer great non-pro reviews of mid-level products often skipped by online review sites. Panasonic has picked up the mantle of plasma king since the demise of Pioneer and I hoped the TC-l42E50 would have close to the...
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  • 2 things:IPS Picture quality, and Motion Picture Setting...
  • As a programmer and a gamer, I have my share of expensive monitors (just ask my wife!). And the regular LCD TV never satisfy my quality standard; colors are either too cartonish, black is not black, and white is tinted blue. So I have only used plasma as TV. It's warm, have rich real color, it's perfect for movie night, there is no argument there.

    So for my second TV, which in my study and music room, I want to try something else, since I keep hearing the LED LCD are the bomb nowaday (even most of them still do not look as life like as good plasma to me), the energy usage is low, thin and light. So I try my first LED LCD with this model after researching the latest 2012 models within my "2nd tv" price range.

    Sales person kept pushing LG (got magic wand, apps, thin bezel.....), but for me, IPS is the magic word. For people who do not know what it is just google "IPS panel", if no time, just know this, IPS is supposedly the best panel you can get as LCD panel (I...
  • Btbluesky posted this review on April 22, 2012

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  • 2 things:IPS Picture quality, and Motion Picture Setting...

  • Everything not great, more problems...
  • This is my first HDTV purchase. I waited a long time for them to come down in price, and am very happy with this TV so far. I've had it for about 3 weeks now and it is working great. I've watched various movies, the Euro Cup games, MLB All-star game, etc. As many have pointed out, it has a great picture, but may need some tweeking to get it how you want. This isn't hard to do if you have basic technology skills (i.e. finding the "Menu" button on remote and going to "Picture," then playing around with settings). Again, as others have noted, sound is okay. I'm not an audiophile or anything, but like good audio. I'll probably get a sound bar at some point, but it's just fine for now. I would not let others criticism of the sound deter you from buying this TV. I have not used the internet ready features, but will once I get a wifi blue ray player hooked up so can't comment there.

    The biggest issue with the TV is what others have noted - Panasonic's shoddy packaging. This really...
  • Kevin Farrell posted this review on July 12, 2012

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  • Everything not great, more problems...

  • All I had hoped for in an LED/LCD
  • I bought this from a big box retailer, but have always found the Amazon community to offer great non-pro reviews of mid-level products often skipped by online review sites. Panasonic has picked up the mantle of plasma king since the demise of Pioneer and I hoped the TC-l42E50 would have close to the same impact on LED/LCD market. I have tried LED displays from other major brand names with a 3rd the performance quality of the Panasonic. Let's get this out of the way right now if you are expecting plasma level PQ (picture quality) namely black level performance out of this TV then pack it up and ship it back, because it is not happening. Panasonic has taken the Samsung/Sony approach to this television and offer a screen that pops with intensity, one of the sacrifices being black level performance. You gain a plethora of features that with the right adjustments can make this display outshine it's competitor's. Panasonic has taken great measures to ensure great motion performance with the...
  • StacyK posted this review on May 30, 2012

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  • All I had hoped for in an LED/LCD

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Product Details of Panasonic VIERA TC-P60S60 60" Plasma TV

  • Summary

    Product Title: Panasonic VIERA TC-P60S60 60" Plasma TV
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Lowest Price: $See Site from

Description

Panasonic uses its own image-analysis technology. This technology converts the motion in each scene into data, and each frame is virtually displayed in a shorter length of time, to create crisp images. Automatic Power Save and Eco mode automatically turns the power off and adjusts the brightness depending on VIERA's operating status. Contrast automatic tracking system automatically adjusts screen brightness according to ambient light.
    • Display Panel
    • Display Type: Plasma TV
    • Diagonal Screen Size: 60.1 in
    • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    • Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    • Contrast Ratio: 4,000,000:1
    • Display Refresh Rate: 600 Hz
    • Broadcast Standards
    • Broadcast Format Displayed: 1080p
    • Digital Tuner: ATSC
    • Interface
    • Interface Connection: USB Yes|Ethernet Yes
    • Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes|Component Video Yes|Composite Video Yes|Digital Audio Yes
    • Other Features
    • Smart TV: Yes
    • Included Network Card: Ethernet
    • Warranty
    • Warranty Information: 1 Year
    • More Info
    • URL: http://www.panasonic.com
    • Quick Glance
    • Broadcast Format Displayed: 1080p
    • Digital Tuner: ATSC
    • Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes|Component Video Yes|Composite Video Yes|Digital Audio Yes
    • Display Type: Plasma TV
    • Smart TV: Yes
    • Included Network Card: Ethernet
    • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    • Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    • Display Refresh Rate: 600 Hz

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  • 2 things:IPS Picture quality, and Motion Picture Setting...

  • As a programmer and a gamer, I have my share of expensive monitors (just ask my wife!). And the regular LCD TV never satisfy my quality standard; colors are either too cartonish, black is not black, and white is tinted blue. So I have only used plasma as TV. It's warm, have rich real color, it's perfect for movie night, there is no argument there.

    So for my second TV, which in my study and music room, I want to try something else, since I keep hearing the LED LCD are the bomb nowaday (even most of them still do not look as life like as good plasma to me), the energy usage is low, thin and light. So I try my first LED LCD with this model after researching the latest 2012 models within my "2nd tv" price range.

    Sales person kept pushing LG (got magic wand, apps, thin bezel.....), but for me, IPS is the magic word. For people who do not know what it is just google "IPS panel", if no time, just know this, IPS is supposedly the best panel you can get as LCD panel (I...
  • Everything not great, more problems...

  • This is my first HDTV purchase. I waited a long time for them to come down in price, and am very happy with this TV so far. I've had it for about 3 weeks now and it is working great. I've watched various movies, the Euro Cup games, MLB All-star game, etc. As many have pointed out, it has a great picture, but may need some tweeking to get it how you want. This isn't hard to do if you have basic technology skills (i.e. finding the "Menu" button on remote and going to "Picture," then playing around with settings). Again, as others have noted, sound is okay. I'm not an audiophile or anything, but like good audio. I'll probably get a sound bar at some point, but it's just fine for now. I would not let others criticism of the sound deter you from buying this TV. I have not used the internet ready features, but will once I get a wifi blue ray player hooked up so can't comment there.

    The biggest issue with the TV is what others have noted - Panasonic's shoddy packaging. This really...
  • All I had hoped for in an LED/LCD

  • I bought this from a big box retailer, but have always found the Amazon community to offer great non-pro reviews of mid-level products often skipped by online review sites. Panasonic has picked up the mantle of plasma king since the demise of Pioneer and I hoped the TC-l42E50 would have close to the same impact on LED/LCD market. I have tried LED displays from other major brand names with a 3rd the performance quality of the Panasonic. Let's get this out of the way right now if you are expecting plasma level PQ (picture quality) namely black level performance out of this TV then pack it up and ship it back, because it is not happening. Panasonic has taken the Samsung/Sony approach to this television and offer a screen that pops with intensity, one of the sacrifices being black level performance. You gain a plethora of features that with the right adjustments can make this display outshine it's competitor's. Panasonic has taken great measures to ensure great motion performance with the...

  • Summary

    Product Title: Panasonic VIERA TC-P60S60 60" Plasma TV
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Lowest Price: $See Site from

Description

Panasonic uses its own image-analysis technology. This technology converts the motion in each scene into data, and each frame is virtually displayed in a shorter length of time, to create crisp images. Automatic Power Save and Eco mode automatically turns the power off and adjusts the brightness depending on VIERA's operating status. Contrast automatic tracking system automatically adjusts screen brightness according to ambient light.
    • Display Panel
    • Display Type: Plasma TV
    • Diagonal Screen Size: 60.1 in
    • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    • Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    • Contrast Ratio: 4,000,000:1
    • Display Refresh Rate: 600 Hz
    • Broadcast Standards
    • Broadcast Format Displayed: 1080p
    • Digital Tuner: ATSC
    • Interface
    • Interface Connection: USB Yes|Ethernet Yes
    • Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes|Component Video Yes|Composite Video Yes|Digital Audio Yes
    • Other Features
    • Smart TV: Yes
    • Included Network Card: Ethernet
    • Warranty
    • Warranty Information: 1 Year
    • More Info
    • URL: http://www.panasonic.com
    • Quick Glance
    • Broadcast Format Displayed: 1080p
    • Digital Tuner: ATSC
    • Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes|Component Video Yes|Composite Video Yes|Digital Audio Yes
    • Display Type: Plasma TV
    • Smart TV: Yes
    • Included Network Card: Ethernet
    • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    • Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    • Display Refresh Rate: 600 Hz