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Panasonic Pure Line TX-L37D28

Panasonic Pure Line TX-L37D28 37in LCD TV

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Image quality is very good. The TX-L37D28 is an LCD display featuring IPS technology and LED backlighting. Certainly, I was impressed by the bold colours and fine detail that it produced when watching programmes on BBC HD. The IPS feature gives it an impressively wide viewing angle, while the 24p playback and 100fps ‘intelligent frame creation’ produce smooth movement when watching films on DVD or Blu-ray.

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My only minor criticism here is that the TX-L37D28 doesn’t quite live up to Panasonic’s claims of 2,000,000: 1 contrast ratio, and the deep blacks could definitely have been a bit crisper. However, the overall picture quality is very good for a set in the sub-£1000 category. Audio output was quite respectable too, with just enough bass to add a bit of weight to the sound.

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