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What the community says about Panasonic Viera (58")
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- "The Viera series was voted one of the top LED TV . I have to say they are pretty spot on . The blacks are excellent on this thing. And when you are viewing in a lot of sunlight it does not really bother you with the glare. That has seriously been an issue with every TV i have bought , but the glare on this one is very minimal and just love it. "
- "Finally, a TV that does exactly what I want, without doing a bunch of stuff I not only don't need, but also very much hate that it does. This is just a TV, not a "smart" TV. It's a nice big screen, and it will run all the way up to 4K resolution so I'm set for future viewing without a single problem. Plenty of control over how you tune and set it up to look how you want it, whether it's attached to a cable service or your computer. Nice long warranty, well, as long as you're likely to get these days. Everything I need in a TV, and three times as big as the one I had to use when I was a kid back in the stone ages. Thanks for a solid TV."
- "I didn't intend to upgrade to 4K until our 5 year old Sony 55" LCD TV gave up the ghost about 2 weeks ago. I just started comparing LCD demos at the local Costco and Best Buy when I received an emailed offer from the Panasonic store for the TC-58AX800U. After comparing features and prices and reading a few reviews, I pulled the trigger and the set arrived two days ago. Preliminary Impressions Delivery Shipping was prompt and courteous. Pilot Freight called to set up an appointment and they delivered the following day right in the middle of their 4 hour target window. There was absolutely no sign of damage or mishandling. With the exception of the shipping label, the box looked like it just left the factory. Initial Setup Our set is wall-mounted, so the lower stand had to be removed and end caps installed first. A simple setup screen appears on initial power-up. There was no issue connection our FiOs box to HDMI input 1 or scanning the coax signal for the basic cable channels #just a backup in case the box dies#. Channel scanning took less than 1/3 the time as it did on the Sony. Picture The image upscales very nicely, adding depth and clarity to the standard 1080 FiOS input. Black levels and contrast were extremely good out of the box. Even though intrumented tests in several reviews noted the relatively low black level, it's really not noticeable to me - whatever processing Panasonic uses makes Blu-ray content look much better than the test specs would leave you to believe. Color saturation was just about the way I like it, subtle rather than in your face. I do believe some setting tweaks are needed to maximize the display #I'm looking, but haven't yet found, a comprehensive set of calibration values for the AX800U#, but nothing like what the 2009 Sony needed. I much prefer the color palette to that of our 2013 40" Samsung. . .it's WAY too saturated for my taste. Conclusions Well, it's way too early for substantive conclusions so I will return in a few weeks to post an update. But right now, I am more than satisfied!"