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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

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600Hz Sub-Field Drive/ Eco Mode/ C.A.T.S (Contrast Automatic Tracking System)/ 4 000 000:1 Contrast Ratio/ 6 144 Gradation Steps/ 24p Playback/ DLNA/ Bluetooth/ Wireless LAN/ USB 2.0/ Built-In ATSC/QAM/NTSC Tuners/ Black Finish



Panasonic S60 Series Plasma HDTV (42, 50, 55, 60, 65-Inch )
Full HD picture quality with easy network connectivity

The S60 series features built-in wireless LAN and allows you to access features like Media Player and Online Movies.    

Technical Details
Video: 42, 50, 55, 60, and 65-Inch class (measured diagonally), Full HD 1080p, 600Hz refresh rate
Key Features: Built-in wireless LAN, VIERA Link, Online Movies, Media Player, electronic touch pen capability
Input and Output Connections: 2 HDMI, 2 USB
Eco-Friendly Features: Mercury and lead-free panel, long panel life (up to 100,000 hours)
What's in the Box: S60 HDTV, TV Remote, User Manual

Crisp, Moving Pictures

600Hz sub-field drive allows for superb Full HD motion and still images. Get crisp images with fast motion content, perfect for watching sports games or action movies with family and friends.

Ultimate Black Levels

Panasonic plasma TVs are legendary for their deeper, jet-black shades. Even in brightly lit rooms, deep areas and fine textures within dark scenes are rendered with meticulous detail.



VIERA Link

This TV features VIERA Link, a technology that allows a consumer to operate all Panasonic VIERA Link compatible AV components using only one remote control.

Super Clear Resolution
With 1080p HD resolution and a fast image processor, Panasonic TVs reproduce video with stunning quality, bringing you high-res images with life-like colors.
 
Easy Smart Network Connectivity

Online Movies

Video-on-Demand offers a large line-up of movies to choose from. Search simultaneously through Amazon Instant Video, Hulu PLUS, YouTube and other services to quickly find titles you want. Watch popular movies and shows right from the comfort of your living room.

Media Player

Simply insert an SD memory card or USB stick and enjoy photos, vidoes, and music on this TV.* A wealth of customization functions let you add background music and effects. *JPEG/MP3 playback
 


Swipe and Share 2.0

Easily share special moments with your family and friends. Link your smart device to the TV and freely share content by swiping forward with one finger. Save by swiping back with two fingers. 


Electronic Touch Pen Function Capability

Experience a new way to use your TV. Use the Electronic Touch Pen to write text or draw pictures on the screen, then trade them with friends or save them. *Electronic Touch Pen not included with purchase 

dsdHDTV, 3D Active Glasses (2 pairs included), TV Remote
 
2013 Panasonic VIERA Plasma HDTV Comparison Chart Series ZT60
VT60 ST60 S60 X60 Models: 60", 65"
55", 60", 65"
50", 55", 60", 65"
42", 50", 55", 60", 65"
42", 50"
Display Resolution
1080p Full HD 3D
1080p Full HD 3D 1080p Full HD 3D 1080p Full HD
720p HD
Display Drive
3000 Focused Field Drive
3000 Focused Field Drive
2500 Focused Field Drive
600Hz Sub-Field Drive
600Hz Sub-Field Drive Internet Ready
Built-in Wi-Fi w/ Bluetooth
Built-in Wi-Fi w/ Bluetooth Built-in Wi-Fi w/ Bluetooth Built-in Wireless LAN

Shades of Gradation
30,720 steps
30,720 steps
12,288 steps
6,144 steps
6,144 steps Surround Speaker Mode
VR-Audio Pro Surround 2.1
VR-Audio Pro Stage 2.1
VR-Audio Pro Surround 2.1 V-Audio
V-Audio
Mercury and Lead Free Panel
Panel
NeoPlasma Black 3000
NeoPlasma Black 3000 NeoPlasma Black


Filter
Ultimate Black
Infinite Black Ultra
Infinite Black Pro


3D Eyewear Included
2 included
2 included 2 included

2D-3D Conversion

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
1 year
1 year 1 year 1 year
Media Player (SD, USB, DLNA via LAN)
SD/USB & DLNA
SD/USB & DLNA SD/USB & DLNA USB & DLNA
USB
HDMI
3
3
3
2
2
Support Feature
ARC (input 2) ARC (input 2) ARC (input 2) ARC (input 2) ARC (input 2) Component Video Input
1 RCA phono type (lower) 1 RCA phono type (lower) 1 RCA phono type (lower) 1 RCA phono type (rear) 1 RCA phono type (rear) USB Port
3
3 2 2
1 Digital Audio Output (Optical)
1 (side) 1 (side) 1 (side) 1 (rear) 1 (rear) Ethernet
 1 (lower)  1 (lower) 1 (lower) 1 (rear)

SD Card Slot

VIERA Link

VIERA Connect
Online Movies Only
E-Help
my Home Screen/Swipe & Share 2.0

VIERA Remote 2 (App Compat.)*

Social Networking TV & Skype**


Voice Guidance

Voice Interaction



Electronic Touch Pen Capability
Fast Switching Phosphors



VIERA Touch Pad Controller Included


ISFCC Certification



Dual Core with Hexa Processing


THX 3D Certification


Built-in Camera
option
option



*Does not include smartphone
**Optional communication camera required


600Hz Sub Field Drive Online Movies Glossy Black Pedestal

Specs: Details: Description:
Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
TV Type Plasma TV Display Resolution measures picture quality in pixels. The more pixels a television can display, the sharper the image. More pixels also provide higher-quality color.
Broadcast Format Displayed 1080p (HDTV) Flat Panel TVs use LCD, Plasma, or today's new type of viewing screen LED.

LCDs (Liquid Crystal Displays) use liquid crystals as optical shutters, which control the amount of light passing through the thin display screen, creating vivid, life-like colors. LCDs are commonly used on microwaves, calculators and computers, as well as projection (up to 60') and direct view (10'-30') TVs.

Plasma displays use a complex gas-based system. The benefits are a vivid, bright, clear picture with a slim form factor that can be mounted on a wall or on a pedestal. Plasma TVs range from 42 inches to 63 inches.

OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) can provide brighter, crisper displays on electronic devices and use less power than conventional light-emitting diodes (LEDs) or liquid crystal displays (LCDs) used today, it also can be viewed in bright lighting conditions, at greater angles.
Aspect Ratio 1080i (HDTV)
720p (HDTV)
480p (EDTV)
480i (SDTV)
Widescreen (16:9)
The broadcast formats supported by your television dictate what sort of signals your television is able to receive and process. It is important that your television not only support but is also able to display the formats you wish to view. A supported format can be understood by your television, but not necessarily displayed in its optimum form. 1080i, 1080p and 720p are standards for HDTV, while 480p and 480i are standard definition formats.
DLNA Certified Yes Traditional TVs have an aspect ratio of 4:3 (squarish), which represents the ratio of the width of the screen to the height. Widescreen TVs have an aspect ratio of 16:9 (also known as 'letterbox', a rectangular shape). If you plan to watch a lot of DVD movies on your TV, you might want to consider a widescreen TV, as many DVDs support the 16:9 aspect ratio. If you have a widescreen TV and are viewing standard programming, the picture will appear in letterbox format, meaning that the picture will appear with black boxes on either side or the top and bottom of the screen.
Weight 75 lb. DLNA Certified gives you the simple way to connect devices and helps you to enjoy your content across DLNA certified products. DLNA compatibility means you can use your home network to stream movies, photos and songs stored on your DLNA Certified computer or other DLNA compliant devices directly to your TV, virtually anywhere in the house devices are located.
Digital TV Standard HDTV-Ready Television
Screen Size 60 inch Digital TV Standard refers to the way in which your television receives and displays signals:

EDTV (Enhanced Definition Television) - The picture quality of EDTV is superior to that of standard analog TV (480i) but not as good as HDTV (1080i or 720p). EDTV displays the picture at a resolution of 852x480 (480p) lines in either 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios and it includes Dolby Digital sound system.

HDTV (High Definition Television) - An improved television system which provides twice the vertical and horizontal resolution of existing television standards. It also provides audio quality approaching that of compact discs. It capables of displaying on a wider screen (16x9 as opposed to the conventional 4x3) and at higher resolution.

SDTV (Standard Definition Television) - The SDTV picture, having either in 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios, is better and of higher quality than the one of NTSC, however, it does not reach the quality and resolution of HDTV.
Digital TV Standard HDTV-Ready - Requires separate receiver to view HDTV signals. Diagonal Screen Size is the size of your TV screen, measured diagonally in inches.
Broadcast Format Supported 1080p (HDTV) Digital TV Standard refers to the way in which your television receives and displays signals:

EDTV (Enhanced Definition Television) - The picture quality of EDTV is superior to that of standard analog TV (480i) but not as good as HDTV (1080i or 720p). EDTV displays the picture at a resolution of 852x480 (480p) lines in either 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios and it includes Dolby Digital sound system.

HDTV (High Definition Television) - An improved television system which provides twice the vertical and horizontal resolution of existing television standards. It also provides audio quality approaching that of compact discs. It capables of displaying on a wider screen (16x9 as opposed to the conventional 4x3) and at higher resolution.

SDTV (Standard Definition Television) - The SDTV picture, having either in 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios, is better and of higher quality than the one of NTSC, however, it does not reach the quality and resolution of HDTV.
Native Aspect Ratio 1080i (HDTV)
720p (HDTV)
480p (EDTV)
480i (SDTV)
16:9
The broadcast formats displayed by your television dictate what sort of signals your television is able to receive and display. The number represents how big the picture will be, and the letter represents the way in which the image is refreshed. Generally, the higher the number, the more clearly it will show up on bigger screens. While progressive (p) formats refresh images twice as often as interlaced (i) formats, most users would not notice a significant difference between the two. 1080i, 1080p and 720p are standards for HDTV, while 480p and 480i are standard definition formats.
Height 32.5 in. Native Aspect Ratio refers to the dimensions of the display of a television. It measures the units wide, by the units high. The two standard measurements for flat panel televisions and various types of projectors are 4:3 and 16:9. 4:3 produces a traditional square display. 16:9 produces a rectangular, wide screen display. One ratio is not necessarily better than the other. It all depends on the preferences of the consumer.\r\n
Width 55 in.
Weight 75 lb.
Depth 2.5 in.
Family Line Panasonic VIERA
Manufacturer Panasonic
Brand Panasonic
Catalog Number TCP60S60,885170111035
Part Number TC-P60S60
Color Black
Weight 75 pounds

Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

5.0 out of 5 stars

Panasonic as far as I am concerned is the best producer of television sets in the world right now. Nothing compares to the picture clarity and quality of a Panasonic Plasma TV and this model is no different. I replaced a 42" Plasma from 5 or 6 years ago with this model and a week later I'm not even slightly regretting the choice.Plasma technology has come a long way, you'll find that not only do you get the high refresh rate, deep blacks and crisp picture but you also get a longer lifetime now (~30 years of 8 hours a day viewing before the TV will begin to fade), much lower power consumption (CNET rates this model around $44 a year, Panasonic states $28, so figure it somewhere between $35-40 without using Eco-mode settings) and better picture control than in the past (multiple ratios, you can choose to cool/warm the picture in minute quantities and set different profiles for each input).Still, if you're sitting here trying to decide between a Plasma and an LED, you need to really only consider a few scenarios.If it is going to be in a family room that has bright lighting and won't be used for a lot of high action (sports) programming, you're pr...

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

4.0 out of 5 stars

It replaces a 2006, 50" Viera and seems to be the same quality product but a lighter and smaller set built around the same screen size. It was delivered to my living room and set up and checked. I was very happy with the delivery. The set has an improvement that lets you directly access internet movies from several vendors by using my wireless network in-house server. I am not much of a pay-per-view person but U-tube videos are free. The only drawback compared to my older set is the lack of a reflection free screen. The older model featured some type of coating that stopped the mirror effect of lighting on the screen. The new screen acts like a mirror and reflects lighting brightly. Not good. The preference and set up menus are more elaborate to walk through than the older system but offer more. Overall I feel the reliability will be good in this set as it has been in the past with no service needed for 6 years. I gave my old set to someone and it was working like the day it was delivered in 2006....

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

5.0 out of 5 stars

After exhaustive research and subsequent comparison shopping, I decided on this TV in its 65" form factor. I am extremely pleased with the purchase (and subsequent Amazon delivery), and can recommend it heartily, especially considering its price point.Another reviewer echoed an important sentiment in these reviews to note if you're upgrading from an older TV: the performance of this set will almost undoubtedly trounce your older TV for a fraction of its original cost. In my case, a 2006 Panasonic 42" plasma that cost about $2,300 at the time; its picture quality and black levels don't hold a candle to this one.Also, going from 42" to 65" is like having a hallelujah chorus sing every time you turn it on. It's pretty glorious.Since picture quality is highly subjective, I will leave you to the professionals for their specific opinions and testing results (CNet has an informative review up). As for my personal opinion, the picture is stunning with Blu-ray and HD streaming content (Netflix, Amazon, and Vudu via the PS3). Gaming, specifically related to input lag and fluid motion, is an absolute joy to behld. The ST60 series was on my short list, but...

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

4.0 out of 5 stars

This is a great tv. The picture quality is amazing, and setup is really easy. I was looking for a no-frills tv, without 3D. The tv connects to your wifi, and its ready to go. It connects to netflix, and has a connection to other online movie providers (Amazon, hulu, you tube,etc.). The only slight issue is that there is no filter on the screen, so if there is light, you'll see a reflection on the tv. It doesn't bother me, but know that it happens. And it's really not too bad, but it might bother some folks. For the price and quality, it's a good buy....

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

5.0 out of 5 stars

I did a lot of reading [CNET reviews, magazines etc], visited retail stores, talked to friends before deciding I wanted Plasma and without all the latest bells and whistles like 3D and I already have wifi internet. More than one friend said they could 'see' remnants of 3D interlace [assume they meant passive] where the picture seemed more jittery without the glasses. Then the active 3D actually manipulated the glasses to sort of 'unsynch' each eye through very fast shuttering. Didn't understand the technology completely, but suffice it that I did not want to be 'locked' into having to use glasses just to watch TV. Articles emphasized that normal 2D was not altered without the glasses, but then, as mentioned, some friends told a different story. My lean on 3D is that it is a passing fad, but I could be wrong; but I didn't need it.So, I went after the very best Picture quality within my budget to replace my old Samsung 60inch DLP [the core dlp chip went bad and Samsung was not assuming any liability for what they admitted were 'bad' chips; hmmm...a $2000 TV should last more than five years shouldn't it]. Anyway, the Panasonic P60S60 was exactly what I was looking...

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

4.0 out of 5 stars

Right out of the box the picture quality is awesome, great black levels, contrast and color. The thing that didn't work for me is that the screen reflects a lot (I posted 2 pictures in the product gallery). The tv was in a basement with no windows, recessed lights and everything reflects even is the scenes are not dark (refer to pics), so unless you plan on watching tv with the lights off all the time this tv is perfect for that. Unfortunately this was the deal breaker for me and I had to return it and got the ST60 which fixed the problem and I couldn't be happier.Oh yeah, another thing, the HD amazon streaming quality is lower than Roku's quality, same as the VT50 which I also have. The new ST60 HD amazon streaming quality is awesome and is just like the Roku's quality or even better. I only tested with amazon because that's all I have at the moment.Some people might be ok with the reflection and I thought I was going to be ok as well but that wasn't the case, the screen filter makes a huge difference. Obviously this is my personal opinion.Good luck everyone :)...

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

5.0 out of 5 stars

A few months ago my first big-screen TV started tinting everything green, and since the fault couldn't be repaired I started shopping for another unit. It took me a while to get past my reservations about plasma TV's--the early ones generated a lot of heat, and in time the picture faded--but once I investigated the newer models I became convinced that plasma was the way to go. I was not mistaken. This particular model is first-rate in every respect. The picture is sharp and clear, the color is brilliant (though it will need adjusting when you install the TV), and, unlike my rear-projection TV, there's no light bulb to replace. The only possible drawback to this TV is its reflective screen, but that's a non-issue. Depending on its placement, you can easily draw the draperies during the day to avoid reflections, and at night a subdued light source off to one side accomplishes the same result. With an HD source the picture is so good that, for example, when watching a basketball game you can see the crowd as individuals, and the tight shots of players in consultation with their coaches show everything--the texture of the uniforms' fabric, the beads of sweat on the players' fa...

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

4.0 out of 5 stars

This is our 3rd Panasonic plasma TV. Two 50's preceeded it. This 65" model was a great value for the quality at $1500. You must tweek the video settings to get the best out of it, however. The standard setting is too dim and the CATS system just doesn't work well, so turn it off. Play with it till you get it right and you'll be rewarded. Our other units are 2 and 4 years old and have had no problems. The built-in wireless internet and apps like Netflix/YouTube are awesome for the price you pay. It's also surprisingly light for such a big screen (85 lbs!) and about 40% thinner than our previous units.Negatives:1. On such a large screen, even at 1080p if you sit too close you may find the picture almost "blurry" compared to smaller sets.2. Only two HDMI (fine with me), but it can be limiting with some setups.3. No RCA audio out for older or more basic devices such as wireless headphones for Xbox, only optical audio out. Work-arounds exist, though.4. Some may not like the expensive looking metal trim on the edge if they want an all-black setup. Again, I could not care less.5. There is some reflection if you have a lamp o...

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Panasonic TC-P60S60 60' HDTV-Ready Plasma TV

5.0 out of 5 stars

Fantastic! I have no use for 3d or a smart tv so this is just what the doctor ordered!. Easy to set up, and the picture was fabulous right out of the box. I highly recommend this Plasma! Amazon did a Best Buy Price match. This is a Panny at its best!...

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5.0 out of 5 stars

Firstly, I am not a big reviewer of products, but I am a research hound. I was looking for great picture without all the bells and whistles. I did not want 3D and already have a Roku3 for all the apps in the world.The quality of the picture compelled to comment on this great TV.First: $699 can't be beat.Second: the picture quality is amazingThird: Amazon TV delivery service is 1st class.Fourth: calibrate the picture as per the review from CNET.com and you cannot go wrong.Do be aware that the glass is very reflective, so be careful if you have a light source that will reflect on the glass (i.e. in front of the TV). We have found that side lighting does not interfere.I have set mine up with a Roku3 and together we have the best apps, the best picture quality and pretty good (definitely not great) sound.Highly recommend....

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