Panasonic TX-L55ET5B

  • Panasonic TX-L55ET5B
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Based on 17 scores, 23 reviews available
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    2
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    9
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    3
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    3


Expert reviews and ratings

By Computeractive on

The 32in Panasonic L32ET5 is one of the smaller smart TVs available, but it does look stylish – it has a fairly wide bezel which is see-through at the edges. It's well equipped with four HDMI ports and three USB sockets, including one for recording...

By IT Pro Portal on 80

The TX-L32ET5 is an impressive 32in TV. Its passive 3D pictures are suitably immersive, with the smaller screen lessening some of passive 3D's inherent flaws. 2D movies boast terrific depth and solidity, coupled with blur-free motion, razor-sharp detail...

By DigitalVersus on 60

Passive 3D TVs have a lot going for them: well balanced images, excellent 3D rendering, and more. But the IPS panel's demons inevitably catch up with the Viera TX-L55ET5B, making for a less responsive TV with contrast low enough to earn only three stars...

By Good Gear Guide on 65

Panasonic’s ET5A is a reasonably cheap TV, with solid but unspectacular picture quality. It’s got Panasonic’s VIERA Connect Smart TV service, which is OK but not great, although it is sometimes slow to...

By CNET Australia on 85

The Panasonic Viera TH-L47ET5A offers strong performance on all fronts, especially with 3DTV — at a very respectable...

By Trusted Reviews on

32in LCD TV with edge LED lighting ‘300Hz’ motion reproduction Passive 3D with four pairs of glasses Viera Connect online functionality Integrated Wi-Fi If there’s one word that sums up Panasonic’s 2012 so far, it’s "pragmatic". For the Japanese...

By CNET UK on 70

The TX-L55ET5B is a decent 55-incher from Panasonic, with good passive 3D support and bright, punchy pictures. It's let down by less than inspiring sound quality, a dated menu system and problems with light pooling in the corners when viewed in a...

By T3 Magazine on 60

It's good to see a 42-inch Freeview HD 3D TV that's unapologetically populist. Embracing a Primark aesthetic (affordable but on trend) and keeping a lid on advanced panel tech, it's priced to appeal to everyone looking for a big brand thinscreen with...

By evogadget.com on

In the end, the £749 Panasonic Viera TX-L42ET5B is a TV whose best attributes are great deliverance of content in HD and exceptional sound...

By Expert Reviews on 80

You need to tweak settings to get the best out of its panel, but the TX-L47ET5B has excellent 3D and media streaming...

By Whathifi.com on 80

The ET5 line-up is ’s first passive 3D range. The company has sourced its 3D LCD panels from LG, but this doesn’t mean picture quality will be identical to a same-sized LG.The ET5 line-up is Panasonic’s first passive 3D range. It has sourced its 3D...

By Pocket-lint on 80

Acceptable all-round performance with the bonus of Smart TV and hassle-free...

By avforums.com on 70

The model under testing here is the Panasonic TX-L42ET5B 42 inch 3D LED LCD TV with a Freeview HD tuner and full UK specifications. Also available is the Panasonic TX-L32ET5B 32 inch 3D LED LCD TV, the Panasonic TX-L37ET5B 37 inch 3D LED LCD TV, the...

By TechRadar AU on 80

Easy 3D may not be able to match the ultimate detail of active shutter variants, but who cares? It's err, easier to live with and, let's face it, 3D as a format is only ever going to make an occasional appearance in the living room. Who wants to...

By IT Pro Portal on

Overall, if you're after an immersive home cinema experience but not necessarily the ultimate picture quality, then the TX-L37ET5B is a terrific way to get into 3D on a budget. Its use of passive technology means you get all the glasses you need in...

By TechRadar on 80

As arguably the biggest driving force behind full HD, 'active' 3D technology, you can understand why Panasonic has been so vocal with its attacks on LG's passive 3D alternative.Why on earth, has argued Panasonic, would anyone want to buy a...

International Review By Hardware.Info on

De verschillen in beeldkwaliteit bij high-end televisies worden weliswaar steeds kleiner, maar in het middensegment zien we nog altijd wat grotere verschillen. Een echt slechte televisie zijn we in deze test niet tegengekomen, maar er zijn onderling...

International Review By Les Numériques on 60

Définitivement, les téléviseurs 3D passifs offrent de bonnes prestations : image bien réglée, excellent rendu 3D... Mais le gros défaut des dalles IPS les rattrape. Nous leur reprochons principalement de manquer de réactivité et d'afficher un...

International Review By Hardware.no on

Panasonic har i flere år vært plasmakongen, men i år satser de hardere på LCD-teknologien med å komme med et større antall modeller enn de tidligere har gjort. Den første modellen vi tester, er den nye LED TV-en Panasonic Viera TX-L42ET5Y. Hvis du...

International Review By T3 DK on 100

Med TX-L47ET5Y vil Panasonic have sin del af markedet for store LCD/LED-skærme. Det lysstærke billede passer til de fleste familiers hjem og sikrer virkelig gode filmoplevelser i både 2D og 3D. Bortset fra SmartTV-tjenester er udstyrslisten lang, og...