Panasonic TC-32LX60 32 inch LCD TV

The Panasonic TC-32LX60 is a high definition LCD TV set and has a 32 inch screen size when measured diagonally. Panasonic takes all the accolades with the design of this set and seems to have made designing its forte. The cabinet is predominantly silver in color with a black frame used to house the screen. The swivel base is fantastic and lets you rotate the set to improve the visibility. The full display resolution offered by the set is 1366 by 768 which is slightly more than 720p.The Panasonic TC-32LX60 should be and possibly could be the best in the image sharpness category. As far as the viewing modes are concerned, the vivid mode is best for gaming consoles while the Cinema mode is fantastic for watching high definition content. The audio quality of the set however, fails the video especially at high volumes. The horizontal viewing angles are fantastic although the vertical viewing angles fail to render the same effect.

The contrast ratio is 3000:1 which is quite high for an LCD television. The depth of the Panasonic TC-32LX60 is slightly less than 12 inches. The width of the set 31 inches and the height is just over 24 inches. The set tips the weigh scales at a measly 43 pounds. The set is equipped with three composite inputs and a single HDMI input. The provision of a single component inputs however may cause a few problems while hooking up the additional devices.

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