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pcm Sep 15, 2013
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This TV doesn't come with internet. Your best bet is a Roku or hooking up a gaming console that has the Netflix app.
Aug 3, 2013 by playboy2g21
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This is my third Panasonic viera. My first is 7-8 years old and I paid $1100. I'd weigh the value to you versus the price for the warranty. Knock on wood, I haven't had any problems with them!!
Jan 23, 2013 by Richmond
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Grain/noise is native to plasmas, Panasonics especially it seems. I changed my tv and blu ray player setting to 24p for watching blu rays and like the improved picture. Give it a try and see how you like it.
Jan 23, 2013 by Primed and Ready
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Don't know about the 2011, but I hearda lot about the glare and washed out nature if the pou50. As a first time flat screen owner, I find these concerns overblown and geek-tech oriented. If you have bright lights facing the tv, of cours you will se reflections; however, I thnk the picture is stunning, the different viewing modes compensates (custom, cinema, vivid, etc,) and the colors are stunning. Highly recommend.
Jan 4, 2013 by Jennifer M.
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This TV does not have a "standard" VESA pattern but it is wall-mountable with a universal type mount that is adjustable to any size pattern.
Dec 22, 2012 by Ryan Leonard
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