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If this 37-incher was a little larger, it would compete with Panasonic's barnstorming 3D plasmas – and it would come second judged on 3D images. Against other 3D LCD TVs, it's a competitive performer that pairs excellent 3D with quite wonderful 2D – and plenty more exciting features besides.
With deep blacks, BBC iPlayer, a clean and effective anti-blur system, HD sharpness and some striking colours, there's not much to complain about on this well-specified living room TV that covers all the bases.
Too small for 3D? Perhaps, and although the size helps hide negatives on a very positive 3D performance, we're still not convinced about the whole system's performance in bright living room conditions, either; this TV simply isn't big enough to be considered as a home cinema display where a blackout might be possible.
There's a slight question mark over the viewing angle, but other criticisms are few – though the TV's central user interface and digital EPG are looking a tad tired.
Panasonic's first 3D LCD is a huge success. So good is the TX-L37DT30B that we have little issue with declaring it the finest 37-incher in the business.
If we view the 3D features as a futureproof add-on that will probably come in handy one day (when 3D glasses get cheaper), there's little not to like about this package of easy to use online content – BBC iPlayer in particular – and a decent all-round performance with digital media.
But it's that sparklingly clean and precise 2D picture from all sources that is this edge LED TV's headline act.
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Jamie is a freelance tech, travel and space journalist based in the UK. He’s been writing regularly for Techradar since it was launched in 2008 and also writes regularly for Forbes, The Telegraph, the South China Morning Post, Sky & Telescope and the Sky At Night magazine as well as other Future titles T3, Digital Camera World, All About Space and Space.com. He also edits two of his own websites, TravGear.com and WhenIsTheNextEclipse.com that reflect his obsession with travel gear and solar eclipse travel. He is the author of A Stargazing Program For Beginners (Springer, 2015),
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