Written on: 28/04/2009
I have had this Panasonic for over 7 years (and still going strong) and had no problem with it, other than the front flap,the clips have broken which means the flap doesn't click back in place so lifts out slightly other than that a very good TV overall with as near as HD quality you could get.It also has the 100hz digital scan making the picture quality superior to TV's of there time,i am putting off getting an HD TV as my mum has one and can't see the difference between the two. Yes It has... (read more)
Written on: 26/04/2009
Panasonic TX32PL10 is an excellent TV which has served me very well had the most connectivity for its class. Screen quality was also best in class. (read more)
Written on: 03/01/2009
Excellent picture for a non HD TV. A heavy an expensive mistake to take down the dump. Reliability. Packed up after 3 years. Would not power on. Spares back up non existent. Very disapointed with Panasonic, as I've always used them. I do not recommend the Panasonic TX32PL10 widescreen tv. (read more)
Written on: 25/05/2003 by Gerard.
I would like to make a remark on the CRT tube quality problems of the TX32PL10 TV set: this problem is a general concern of all major manufacturers and not only Panasonic, because of the killing competition on the A/V media market, the production quality and testing criteria of the tubes has been less strict to highten the production numbers and thus make more profit in general. I am the (proud) owner of a TX32PL10 and had some problems with the tube quality myself. After a brief talk with... (read more)
Written on: 01/09/2002 by wheelers_deals.
Having been a Panasonic customer for many years I was on the whole disappointed with the quality of the Panasonic TX32PL10 TV. I have had and returned two of these sets now and am moving onto either a Philips or Sony. The picture on the first set was extremely good (enough to make me smile), but was spolit by an annoying audiable buzz that could be heard above dialouge (worse still with Text on). However, things got worse with the second set, the buzz remained and was now complimented by a... (read more)