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Panasonic TH-37PE30

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Panasonic TH-37PE30. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews. Reviewers really like the image quality and glare. The tuner and usability are also appreciated, whereas some have doubts about the price.

design, usability, tuner, glare, image quality


On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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This supreme screen is flatter than Agnes Deyn's chest, wider than Wallace and Gromit's coat hanger smiles and more shudderingly beautiful than Audrey Tautou after she's downed a handful of pretty pills. It vomits out vast vistas vibrating with a...

This wondrous idiot lantern produces pure eyegasmic plasma pleasure. Retina searing Colours that pop like an explosion in a tropical Crayola factory. Brain-flippingly brilliant images richer than Scrooge McDuck and sharper than Freddy Kruegar's...

Gleamingly mesmeric images of The only downside I can possibly imagine is that it spews out images of such lush luminosity that can even transmogrify something as drab as Hollyoaks into a rainbow drenched visual feast of such exquisite yumminess one...

Dec, 2008

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Great product!


Great replacement for your CRT - looks stylish, easy to use and PQ as good and in most cases better than a CRT.

Excellent Picture quality - Inbuilt DVB tuner gives amazing PQ particularly on widescreen film broadcasts (almost DVD quality). Footie has the usual digital problems although the MPEG noise reduction setting does help. Analogue pretty good too, however...

Some Solarisation apparent. Sometimes PQ on DVB can be a little grainy, but this is nitpicking really.

Jul, 2004