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Their is a button on your remote control for sd/usb towards the top of remote control between input button and exit button. Hope it works out for you.
Dec 14, 2013 by Tank
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I believe they are refering to the tv since we have a home in Europe and we make sure it says PAl & NTSC compatible.
Jan 24, 2013 by Robert K. Rueckert
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The TV has HDMI's inputs, as do most of the recent cable boxes. That's a single wire connection. Other choices are component video as well (these red/green/blue/audio connections are also usually available on your cable box).
Jan 29, 2015 by Dave Mayer
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I don't own a Panasonic. I returned my Vieira like 7 months ago.
May 11, 2014 by B. Scheib
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My cable TV company seems to biggest problem as some channels are loud and some are normal and others are hard to hear + some movies are recorded at lower levels than other. The only way to fix that is to add a sound bar. I recommend Zvox sound bar as they have sound bars that will work with your T V remote control. The setup will use the digital output from your Panasonic T V to the Zvox sound bar on most models.
Apr 15, 2014 by Tank
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You could always get a USB extension. That way you can plug the internet card in and put it anywhere you want.
Mar 19, 2014 by C.N,
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We don't do carry-out.
Apr 12, 2014 by tomgil
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I have a 42" model E50 series and it does not have the ability to turn on/off the 120 Hz in the menu, so due to the lack of this setting I would say No. It could be 120 Hz all the time or auto selecting when it needs to because it seems to refresh faster than most 60 Hz models that I used to sell working in an electronics store.
Mar 16, 2013 by Brad
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