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PANASONIC VIERA TX-50DX800E TV DRIVER
And when spending over Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV grand on the latest and greatest Ultra HD tech, you want to make sure you've got it right. Fortunately Panasonic's TV numbering system is relatively logical if inelegant: The lower the number equals the more features you'll see stripped away.
But, actually, the DX doesn't relinquish too much of the DX's excellence. It does away with the Ultra HD Premium badge, there's no honeycomb Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV for specific local dimming it still offers local dimming though and is a 2,Hz rather than 3,Hz panel.
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One small step down the specs ladder, one giant leap for your bank account then? Is the Panasonic Viera DX the perfect balance of quality to price, or is it outclassed by its nearest competition? Design Back to that design for a minute, though. Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV feet aren't spread miles apart like on the DX either, so it'll be easier to seat it onto a variety of TV stands. However, as there's no swing from the stand it's rigid in position. Pocket-lint At its thickest point 36mm the DX Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV a lot slimmer than the DX 64mm maxalthough with the stand protruding so far from the set that's almost inconsequential. The reason for this difference in size is simple: It means the DX should be the better looking wall-mounted telly.
The other big point of note is that the DX comes with its own soundbar included, which you'll need Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV slot into the dedicated port on the TV's rear to give a sound boost. The goal here is clear: It adds a lick of extra audible welly to proceedings too, providing as much as most households will need for TV, movie and gaming playback. Connections Where that soundbar plugs in is next to all the other connections, which are tucked away out of sight behind two plastic panels, to keep the rear looking neat and tidy.
For most this Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV idea will be of little consequence, unless the TV's planted in the centre of a room: That's the digital content protection that's attached to broadcast media to prevent piracy, so it's essential that kit like the Sky Q 4K box plugs into such a port, as anything less will cause an issue. Panasonic, then, has you covered. In addition there are three USB ports, which can be handy for additional content, pictures and the like.
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No SD card slot to be found here, though, which is often a Panasonic staple. The Ethernet port is behind the second, smaller panel - but there's Wi-Fi wireless connectivity too we'd advise wired for 4K streaming. This is where you can pin Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV apps to your screens, select between inputs and the like. The numerous ways to access the electronic programme guide EPGfor example, seem a bit fussy: This final function you'll Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV never find, because it's pretty hard to get to. Pocket-lint Oh, and we're not at all keen on the second, smaller remote control with its trackpad-style control.
Fortunately there's a main, larger remote also included in the box which, for us, makes a lot more sense.
It's got a quick-access Netflix button, too, so it'll quickly be dubbed "the Netflix remote" in most households, we're sure. Lose the control behind the sofa and there are some basic controls around the side of the TV's body Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV adjust channels and volume, if needed. In among the DX's inputs is built-in Freeview Play, the free-to-air service and catch-up platform that, in many cases, will mean you can do away with Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV a set-top box altogether. Well, unless you're a Sky or Virgin junkie and want specific channels. This is a potentially big selling point for the Panasonic and one that we as typical Freesat users can appreciate.
It's the catch-up element that makes Freeview Play that much Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV advanced than standard Freeview. No need to open a separate app. Thing is, as it stands at this moment in time, it's not especially complete: It also doesn't offer a remind function.
All this can improve over time with software updates, of course, so these issues may be ironed out yet. Pocket-lint Many modern viewers may not be as fussed about traditional TV and catch-up these days. And here, via dedicated apps, the Panasonic DX services all the important points: Picture quality Which brings us to the core of what the DX is all about:Specifikationer - TXDXE - 4K PRO - TV-modell med elegant Panasonic Viera TX-50DX800E TV And viewable contents by VIERA Web Browser are subject to the following. Visit the TV Buying Guide at to find the right TV for you. Browse our Buying Guide and Review Hub, to learn more, or shop our range of best.