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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn's has asked for anything better!!!, April 5, 2012
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This review is from: Panasonic VIERA TC-L32E5 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz Full HD IPS LED-LCD TV (2012 Model) (Electronics)
I was initially inclined to buy a last year model tv, luckily I lag the TV purchasing process and came accross this puppy.

It had the key features I wanted: LED, 1080p, and the viewing angle, and most importantly to have the right dimensions as it was going to be mounted on the wall.

I was initially bummed out that it was "wi-fi ready" rather than "build-in wi-fi", nevertheless, that issue was easily solve as I boughta thePanasonic DMP-BDT320 blu ray player that has "build in WIFI."

The TV performs superb with the blu ray player and image is AMAZING! I havent even touch the color setting thus i know i am not getting the full deal yet.

I will be buying the 37" model in the near future for family.

Do me a favor, just buy the damn TV you wont regret it.

{AUDIO ISSUE that exist "supposely"(EDIT)}
AUDIO IN: Some of the reviews are innacurate about the RCA jacks. There is no direct RCA jack on the TV, HOWEVER, the TV comes with a special cable that once you plug it to the special jack it has, you will NOW have composite or RCA connections.This connection is for VIDEO/AUDIO in from another device.

AUDIO OUT: The TV does have a Digital Audio Out. If you want to hook up an older stero or other decive with Red/White RCA cable, you need to buy a "Digital Coax & Optical Toslink to R/L Stereo Audio Converter" which @ the low end should run you about mid $20, check the monoprice website (i buy all my video/audio needs from them).
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Initial post: Apr 6, 2012 2:40:28 PM PDT
retiresoon says:
I am still working through the details on my Panasonic E5, but I am fairly certain the RCA/composite jacks you are referring to are for an input terminal, so you can hook up an old VCR or older DVD player with RCA plugs. There is still no way to use RCA connections for audio out to use an older stereo as far as I can tell.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 23, 2012 11:59:29 AM PDT
Ray says:
Retiresoon,you need the following: Digital Coax & Optical Toslink to R/L Stereo Audio Converter

In reply to an earlier post on May 6, 2012 6:05:12 PM PDT
Larry K. says:
Be aware that you may need to get a Dolby capable Digital to Analog Audio Converter.
If all you view are Standard Definition (no BlueRay, no over the air HD, etc..) then the $20 converter might work. Otherwise you may be looking at $80.

In reply to an earlier post on May 9, 2012 5:05:48 PM PDT
Ray says:
thanks for the input.
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