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Panasonic TC-L32X30 Review

32" 1080p LCD TV

Picture and Viewing Features

In the X30 Panaosnic is using the same panel they are using on their LED backlit TVs but with CCFL. They call the technology their IPS Alpha Panel. Panasonic says, "The IPS Alpha technology delivers a wide viewing angle with almost no picture degradation at off angle viewing, a higher moving picture resolution during fast action scenes, and a clear, bright image. Due to the structure and high transmittance of the panel, an IPS Panel consumes less energy and produces a brighter, clearer picture. The popular iPod/iPhone Entertainment docking solution continues on the VIERA X30 Series"

Standout Features

1080p IPS Aplha Panel

Viera Image Viewer lets you use your TV to view photos on a memory card.

120Hz Motion Picture Pro 4

See the TC-L32X30 Value Rating Review


  • Screen size: 32" (measured diagonally)
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9 (1366 x 768p)
  • Progressive features: fine black panel, gaming mode, 24p capable, VIERA Link, DLNA compatible
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI (best video and audio, Input 1 ARC enabled) / composite video / component video / 3 analog audio / D-sub 15-pin PC input / USB / ethernet
  • Outputs: optical audio
  • iPod/iPhone entertainment kit
  • Built-in speakers: 2 x 10W
  • Mounting options: pedestal stand / VESA compatible
  • Remote control included
  • Dimensions: 30.7" W x 19.6" H x 3.4" D (w/out stand) / 30.7" W x 20.9" H x 8.2" D (w/stand)
  • Weight: 22.1 lbs. (w/out stand) / 19.9 lbs (w/stand)


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