Panasonic TX-40CS520B 40-Inch Full HD Smart LED TV with Freetime

July 8, 2015 - Comment

Panasonic TX-40CS520B – TX-40CS520B – 40″ Black Full HD LED TV with Freetime 1920 x 1080 2x HDMI and 1x USB connection VESA wall mount (mm): Compatible Product Features 24P: MOVIE 3D TV: N Audio Output: 2 x 10Watts Buuilt-in DVD: N Camera: No

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Panasonic TX-40CS520B – TX-40CS520B – 40″ Black Full HD LED TV with Freetime 1920 x 1080 2x HDMI and 1x USB connection VESA wall mount (mm): Compatible

Product Features

  • 24P: MOVIE
  • 3D TV: N
  • Audio Output: 2 x 10Watts
  • Buuilt-in DVD: N
  • Camera: No

Comments

Lilly Penhaligon says:

Superb TV, easy to use and fabulous picture quality. Wow I wasn’t sure what to expect with this TV but it has really impressed both my husband and I with its functionality, design and picture quality. This TV was on trial to replace a Samsung of the same size (40″) that my husband purchased during his bachelor days. We had always been happy with that TV, worked perfectly, looked good and did the job.So on to the new TV. I unpacked, assembled and connected this TV myself. So the fact that *I* did this by myself without a hitch means this is super easy to set up. If you are like me, and nervous around new technology don’t hold back with this one, it works like a dream. The TV itself is a lot thinner/slimmer and nicer looking than our current one even though they share the same screen size. I think this is due to the relatively slim/narrow bezel around the screen which to me, makes it seem like the screen itself is bigger than the 40″ it is. It also fits really neatly and unobtrusively into a small living room and…

R. Wallace "DrK" says:

Great start to Panasonic’s 2015 TV line up OK, there is now so much choice out there when it comes to mid-range TV panels that even at this price point the TX40 is going to face stiff competition. Well my first thoughts here are that I am impressed, very impressed. I’ve always been a fan of Panasonic preferring their natural colours to similar priced Samsung, Pioneer alternatives and on first viewing this set does indeed seem to offer a lot for your money.Unpacking the TV immediately reveals just how much flat screen panel technology has advanced over the years – I was completely taken aback by just how light the unit was and was able to assemble the TV by myself within minutes (thanks to Panasonic for a very ergonomic & used friendly stand mechanism). Looks wise I would say that discrete rules the day, the panel is completely unobtrusive and looks as if it has been designed for wall mounting. The stand is good enough though and although made of plastic has a brushed metal appearance set against a black…

PJ Rankine says:

Great TV but only two HDMI ports First off this is a very good looking TV. It has a very narrow bezel giving the impression that you are just looking at 40″ of picture and a smart and very stable stand. Assembly was very easy and the auto setup had it working within minutes. This set replaced a Panasonic 32″ model and is only about as half as deep. The remote is light and easy to handle with all the controls being in the positions that any Panasonic owner would expect.The picture quality is superb with natural flesh tones and good blacks. The HD image is crisp and sharp straight even from a Freeview aerial.I liked the ability to select which screen format the TV starts up with but the programme guide is quite slow to load. Once loaded it is intuitive and easy to use with a multitude of user definable options to choose from.Connection to the internet was very easy with the set finding my home network quickly. Although the first attempt failed it connected without any…

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