Originally Posted by DzillaXx
When did sony ever make good products? the 90's lol
The last 12 years from sony were painful at best, Their audio equipment is a joke. Their TV's are mediocre, picture quality on them cant touch what samsung does. The PC's they make are flimsy and over priced, they can't even make a decent phone. Hell even their playstation platform is mediocre. PSN is a lackluster, the PS3 has been the worst console this generation. Maybe if sony would update the interface with one that it more modern and actually spend more time improving what the console can do, cinavia kills it as a meida hub. Sony is Sony's problem, the company needs to gut every product and start fresh. Vita is a dying handheld, PSN is no where near as profitable as xbox live. They make OK TV's and their audio devices suck. No wonder Sony is having problems
I would rather see sony collapse and get sold off to Samsung IMO
The last sony product I bought was my PS3, never again.
The last Sony TV I owned was in 2001 and it was the worst TV I've ever owned. Picture quality was rubbish and it had flimsy build quality.
My current TV's are a Samsung Plasma and LG LCD LED. My Samsung Plasma is the best for night entertainment, such as movies, football and gaming with my friends. Seriously, Samsung Plasma's are awesome.
Wasn't there a huge data leak from Sony's Playstation Network (PSN) which revealed private information including credit card information to hackers?
These kinds of mistakes are inexcusable. Sony has shown that they don't care about customers and they have the worst customer service.
Panasonic's customer service is even worse. They don't have any. The funny thing is, it took over a month to replace a faulty part in my old Panasonic plasma. Unacceptable.
Also Panasonic lied about their plasma TV's capability to do Full HD 3D. They can't.
However, Samsung’s plasma-based 3DTVs draw a full resolution 1080p HD image (Panasonic’s don’t, despite being marketed as “Full HD 3D”). Gradation quality is also significantly decreased in the 3D mode, but overall we found the image pleasing thanks to the full resolution.
Looks like Panasonic are liars trying to trick potential customers.Edited by Koehler - 11/22/12 at 8:10pm