I have to admit that I was a little dismayed by the quailty on the Panasonic TC-L37X1 television. But only just a little.
But first, the technical rundown. The Panasonic TC-L37X1 is a thirty seven inch 720p LCD TV with an iPod dock, Viera Link and Viera Image Viewer, three HDMI ports and one PC input.
Doesn’t sound like a lot, I know–and for an eight hundred dollar television (that you can actually find used on Amazon for the low, low price of about five hundred bucks)–and frankly, it’s not a whole lot of value for what you get, either. I found that the picture was surprisingly grainy even at long distances. Normally, I expect a bit of grain when I’m checking the up close view, but this one was giving off more grain than a wheat field from about eight feet off. However, the sound quality was pretty nice, and the controls were plenty easy to handle.
I’m not very happy with the value on this one–at least not on the model I tried–but if you can find a good price on it and don’t mind a grainy picture, you should do all right. I don’t recommend it myself, but your mileage may vary.