Panasonic generally offers a solid lineup of televisions, and for the most part, the Panasonic Viera TC-L32C12 will be another solid LCD item in that lineup. For the most part.
It’s not that it doesn’t come with enough accessories and such; it’s a 32″ LCD TV, with a 720p image, one PC input, two HDMI inputs, and the Viera Link system that allows it to link to other Viera products.
The picture looks great, especially for a 720p, and the convenient sidemounted controls are actually labeled with pluses and minuses along with the slightly more confusing left and right arrows, so that issue has been roundly dealt with, make no mistake.
However, there’s just one problem I had with this model–the sound was somewhat tinny, which is odd for an LCD tv, but won’t be a problem if you have it hooked to component audio, a receiver and speakers, or a similar arrangement.
But by itself, the Panasonic Viera TC-L32C12 is a solid addition to the Panasonic lineup with only one significant flaw. That makes it pretty good in my book.