Yes, the picture is beyond description. Even old shows like The Virginian look like they were made with the latest HD CGI 3D technology.
As far as Pandora, yes the programming itself works. The problem is something is switching the speaker output from the hdmi that runs to the home theater receiver to the speakers of the TV itself. Not only is that annoying, but it doesn't switch back if you bail out of that and go back to the sattelite signal. She has to scroll through the setup menu and re-do stuff.
Her S3 phone does connect (bluetooth?) perfectly to the TV so we can view pics etc and she can listen to Pandora without issue.
I like the TV. It is superior in every way to the one we got just 2 years ago for the BR (Toshiba) that we are also happy with.
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