VIERA® 37" Class E3 Series
LED HDTV (37.0" Diag.)
LED HDTV (37.0" Diag.)
- IPS Alpha LED Panel
- Easy IPTV
- VIERA Image Viewer (Photo & Movie)
- Model Type LED LCD TV
- Series E3
- Model Year 2011
- VIDEO .
- Screen Size 37" Class (37.0" diagonal)
- Viewing Angle 178°
- Native Resolution (Number of Pixels) 2,073,600 (1,920 x 1,080)
- Moving Picture Resolution 300 lines
- HDTV Display Capability (1080p, 1080i, 720p) Yes
- EDTV Display Capability (480p) Yes
480i/p: Full, Just, 4:3, Zoom
1080i/p: Full, H-Fill, Just, 4:3, Zoom
- Panel IPS-Alpha LED LCD 1080p (WSXGA)
- Filter Fine Black Panel
- Progressive Scan Yes
24p Cinematic PlaybackYes
- Super Resolution Yes
- Intelligent Scene Controller Yes
- AUDIO .
- Speakers Full-range x 2 (L, R)
- Number of Speakers 2
- Audio Output 20 W
- Surround Sound V-Audio Surround
- INPUTS & JACKS .
- Integrated ATSC Tuner Yes
- VIERA Image Viewer™ Y (AVCHD/MPEG2/JPEG/MP3 playback)
- HDMI Input 4 (1 side)
- Analog Audio Input (for HDMI) Yes
- Composite Video Input RCA x 1 (common with Component)
- Audio Input (for Video) RCA x 1 (common with Component)
- PC Input D-sub 15-pin x 1
Component Video Inputs(Y, PB, PR) RCA x 1 (common with Composite)
- Audio Input (for Component Video) RCA x 1 (common with Composite)
- Digital Audio Output 1 (5.1 ch)
- HDMI Input-Support Feature Audio Return Channel (Input 1)
- USB 2
- LAN Port 1
- CONVENIENCE .
VIERA Link™ Yes
- VIERA® Tools Yes
- Game Mode Yes
- Built-In Closed Caption Decoder Yes
- Off - Timers Yes
- Trilingual Menu English/Spanish/French
- Easy IPTV Yes
- Wireless LAN Adaptor WiFi Ready
- DLNA Yes
- GENERAL .
- Power Supply AC 110 - 127 V, 60 Hz
- On Mode Average Power Consumption 39 W
- Receiving System ATSC/QAM/NTSC
- VESA Compatible Yes
- Optional Wall-mounting Bracket TY-WK3L2RW
- Dimensions (H x W x D) with Stand 23.0" X 35.0" X 10.3"
- Dimensions (H x W x D) without Stand 21.6" X 35.0" X 1.7"
- Weight (lbs.) w/Stand 32.0 lbs.
- Weight (lbs.) without Stand 26.5 lbs.
- Carton Dimensions 26.5" X 42.2" X 8.2"
- Panel Drive 60 Hz
- UPC 885170042605
TC-L37E3 is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Excellent LED-lit LCD 1080p HDTV Features unique in this small size of TV (only 35" wide) include: Total of 4 HDMI inputs, 1 supports HDMI-ARC, 1 supports HDMI-DVI cable w/separate L/R audio, 3 support compatible HDMI-CEC ("Viera Link") devices, side-mounted input preset to Game Mode Total of 2 USB 2.0 inputs, both support Panny & Netgear WiFi adapters and USB (MSC) memory, also supports USB keyboard Ethernet LAN input for Easy IPTV apps, incl. Facebook, Pandora, Neflix, CinemaNow, Amazon Instant VOD, etc. SD/SDHC/SDXC card reader for photo/video camera memory Full support for IP Network cameras and DLNA-certified home-network media rendering (digital server hw and sw required)
Date published: 2012-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great picture, poor sound, mediocre UI I got my TC-L37E3 yesterday, and I have to say the picture is gorgeous, and when it comes to TVs, I'm not easily impressed. I used the Spears & Munsil test disc to set it up. Purely with user mode settings, the picture is amazing, both with 1080i cable TV and 1080p Blu-ray. The detail is jaw-dropping and the skin tones are the best I've ever seen. It's my first LED backlit TV, and it doesn't wash out colors the way fluorescent backlights do. The viewing angle is incredibly wide, if that matters to you. I went waaay off-axis and couldn't believe that the picture didn't fade out as it does on most LCDs. Must be that IPS thing you're talking about. The negatives are the sound and the user interface. The sound comes from typically bad thin panel-type downward pointing no-bass tiny speakers. It actually sounds better from behind the TV. And while the menu structure is clear (2nd level menu choices are visible while browsing the top-level menus), it's difficult to achieve some functions. (If you want to activate the Sleep function, it takes ~9 button presses - making it ridiculously hard even to program into a universal remote. When I want to sleep, I want a quick button press because I'm sleepy!) Panasonic also insists on inventing terminology in its UI. For example, the ambient room light auto-dimmer is called C.A.T.S., whatever that means, and other features are similarly obscure. The manual is no help here. The online features work OK. Netflix is the same as on my Oppo BDP-93, for example. Facebook is a little dodgy, but if you want to see that photo of your friend's friend in her bikini in 37" glory, there you go. The online features can't be easily programmed into a universal remote because they always start from what you used last, not from a predictable location. But the picture is great!
Date published: 2011-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from
Date published: 2011-03-05
Firmware & Drivers FIRMWARE
- Version: 1.30
Brightness fluctuation when the TV is set to the "Standard" picture mode
Improvement for Media player compatibility
Update Easy IPTV service
Update for Netflix Operations
- Release Date: 4-30-2012
- Operating Systems: windows/mac
How To Guided Tutorials
What should I do if my TV will not turn on and the power indicator LED is not flashing?Follow these troubleshooting steps:
- Make sure your TV's power cord is plugged into an electrical outlet.
- Make sure the electrical outlet the TV is plugged into has power by testing known working device in that outlet.
- After verifying the TV is plugged into a working outlet, try pressing the [POWER] button on the TV instead of the TV remote.
What should I do if the front Power indicator LED light is blinking?1. Unplug the TV's power cord.
2. Unplug all cables.
3. Power the TV using a different power outlet (do not use a power strip or surge protector).
If the problem persists, please consider having the TV serviced. Click here for Panasonic Service Locator.
Note: Count how many times the LED light blinks. This can help a technician troubleshoot the problem.
What should I do if I can access all of the TV apps except Netflix?1. Change the DNS setting of your TV to 184.108.40.206.
2. If you are able to access the Netflix splash screen, use the TV remote to deactivate your account by pressing Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up. After this process, try loggin back into the Netflix TV app.
If the procedure is successful a screen will come up with the option to deactivate your device from your account. If not try the process again. Once you have successfully deactivated your device, you will need to activate it by opening Netflix and at the main screen selecting Member Sign In, then following the on screen prompts until activation is complete.
If the Netflix app still fails to open, but all of the other TV apps work, visit help.netflix.com for more support.
What should I do if I have bars displaying on the TV screen?Change the format (aspect ratio) of the picture by pressing the [FORMAT] or [ASPECT] button on the TV's remote control. If you still have bars, check the aspect settings on your external video source, such as Cable/Satellite box, DVD/Blu-ray Disc player, etc. Note: Some content, such as film-based movies, are available in extra-wide format. Top and bottom bars are unavoidable.