Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV Driver
Buy Panasonic 55" SMART VIERA WT60 Full HD 3D LED LCD TV featuring Supports 2D & 3D in Full HD x p, LED IPS Panel with Built-in Wi-Fi VIERA. Add a sophisticated touch to your home theater with the Panasonic TC-L55WT60 3D LCD HDTV. This particular VIERA (smart) TV offers an excellent picture. The TC-L55WT60 stands at the top of the heap of Panasonic LCD/LED TVs for the full p resolution, the Viera Connect Smart TV platform, a host of picture.
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Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV Driver
Panasonic TC-L55WT60 3D LCD HDTV Sound & Vision
When it Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV loaded on an iPad, users can move quickly between regular and pad-type remote control and a virtual keyboard layout. Of course, a gamepad controller is also included. This special interface provides slider controls to fine-tune every possible picture parameter, making picture calibration so much easier than with a regular remote.
In the right lighting, this TV looks crisp and sharp. All of the shades and hues displayed are appropriately saturated, preserving the viewing details.
Following through on that concept, the GUI serves not just as a jumping-off point to access Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and other apps but also as a kind of electronic bulletin board for the household. The default setting is to display a Home Screen when you first power up the set, but you can replace it with a Full Screen option that shows the last-selected video input instead.
You can also transfer content such as pictures pulled from a USB drive attached to the back of the set to your portable Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV a reverse swiping motion—cool.
Panasonic 55" SMART VIERA WT60 Full HD 3D LED TC-L55WT60
I used it to change volume levels on the set, even specifying a particular level e. To hold the remote, you insert your finger in a recessed section on the back; to select items, you click a Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV located there. Although the TC-L55WT60 has neither certification, I've found that non-certified TV models from a brand that supports either or both certification programs very often do have the ability to deliver picture performance that's similar if not identical to one that is certified.
Such is the case with this Panasonic.
I first disabled or minimized all of the picture enhancement functions, including the C. S feature, which is Panasonic's "eco" mode.
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I then found that, not surprisingly, the Cinema mode delivered the best overall performance. The Warm2 color temperature mode provided the most accurate color temperature values and gray scale tracking performance it's automatically selected when the Cinema mode is chosen.
A full-on calibration could improve some things here and there a smidgen, but the before and after visual differences would be subtle at best, perhaps even unnoticeable. Out of the box, the Panasonic has the Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV motion smoothing features activated to such an extent that moving images are smoothed so much that the resulting picture looks downright weird.
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I turned them all off, and was entirely happy with the results. The set features a Hz screen refresh rate supplemented with Back Light Scanning, so even with the motion interpolation settings turned off, motion blur was negligible and motion was smooth but without being unnaturally so. To gauge flesh tone accuracy, I go right to live HD Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV, usually one of the network national news shows.
The movie's color palette is nicely rich, Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV not overly so, and there were many nighttime scenes that looked just great, with nice deep blacks and discernable shadow detail. The end credits of the movie sealed the deal, just simply white text scrolling against a black background. With early generation LED backlit LCD sets, there would always be a soft white halo around the text, but with this Panasonic display, there was none.
The text was clearly etched against the totally black background, with no visible haloing. The Color Temperature Warm 2 deviates only very slightly at Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV extreme low end of the grey scale left. The Gamma chart shows an ideally smooth arc, measuring in at 2. With the FPD Benchmark Software Blu-ray disc, I viewed static and moving high resolution test patterns, and found that the Motion Picture Setting feature which provides detail enhancement with moving images performed best when at the Mid setting.
You don't need one with these passive 3D glasses.
Panasonic Viera TC-L55WT60 TV Movie theater glasses will also do in a pinch. While passive polarized 3D does have advantages over active shutter 3D cheaper to implement in the TV and much less costly 3D glasses that don't need batteries or re-chargingthe drawback is that vertical resolution is halved, with visible scan lines, occasional jaggy edge artifacts on curved edges and loss of detail on fine picture elements such as small font text.