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Panasonic TX - L32G10B Review: 32 Inch High Definition Freesat LCD Television
by: Alex Bradbury





If you’re looking for an excellent TV that can fit easily in your budget, the Panasonic TX-L32G10B might be the right choice for you. This is a feature-packed television with options and menu adjustments to boot. It is also the preference of several individuals who want to stick to 32 inches of screen or below. Find out more about the pros and cons of this product and determine if it will be ideal for your home theatre setup.

About the Product

The Panasonic TX-L32G10B is the ideal LCD choice for individuals who cannot afford big plasma televisions. The G10 is part of the 7 LCDs released at the Panasonic Convention in 2009 in Amsterdam. This is the smallest model that belongs to the G10 LCD series. The TV has a true high definition native screen resolution of 1920 x 1080. The TV also has an integrated Freesat tuner, allowing individuals to watch HD content on a number of channels, without having to worry about added fees and costs.

About the Design

The LCD TV has a box shape and polished black bezel finish. There is a biconvex strip that separates the bottom panel border and the logo. This design is very much similar to other LCD TVs recently released by Panasonic. A pre-attached stand is also available, with an oval base. This does not allow the TV to swivel however.

Things to Expect

The Panasonic TX-L32G10B improves rugged edges well for different videos. However, you might notice deinterlacing substances when watching films due to the failed detection of 3:2 and 2:2 cadences. The visibility will differ, depending on your viewing distance.

The wide viewing built-in Freesat tuner is one of the best assets of the television, together with the low input lag and intelligent frame creation, which helps you get clear motion all the time when watching fast moving sports and action flicks. The wide viewing angle is also unique compared to other LCD TVs of its kind, reducing the need for a swivel base. Some drawbacks reported by customers include a mild red push, non-existing film mode de-interlacing, average black level performance and pictures from SD memory cards looking rather filtered and flat.

Other Descriptions

The whole television set measures 777 mm wide, 501 mm high and 95 mm deep. The contrast ratio is 50,000:1. You can also mount the TV on the wall with the help of a VESA fitting. VESA fittings usually measure around 100 x 100 mm or 200 x 200 mm. This TV is a favourite among game console enthusiasts. A lot of viewers report very fluid images and great sound. Gaming response is very good without any problem with lag.

Overall

The price tag of the Panasonic TX-L32G10B is around £380 and $880, depending on your location. You can order online with additional shipping fees. This is one of the best 32-inch LCD packages you can find, and probably the best in its line. The black level is probably the biggest drawback, although you can benefit a lot from its Freesat access, low input lag and great design. Overall, it is a wise purchase and works well with other HD devices like DVD players and game consoles. Most users rate this LCD TV 8 or 9 out of 10.

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