Panasonic TX-42A400B 42-inch LED TV (discontinued by manufacturer)

July 8, 2015 - Comment

This LED features all the latest technology encased in a sleek styled frame, including the new Freetime service that allows you to watch all the most popular catch up services from the TV channels as well as the facility to go back 7 days across 26 channels offering you a huge choice of programmes at

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This LED features all the latest technology encased in a sleek styled frame, including the new Freetime service that allows you to watch all the most popular catch up services from the TV channels as well as the facility to go back 7 days across 26 channels offering you a huge choice of programmes at any given time, it has a Freeview HD tuner built in as well as Wi-Fi capability to acess the SMART hub from Panasonic, the screen will produce smooth images thanks to the 100hz scan and you can take advantage of the 1080P format on Blu-Ray and Games Consoles with the FULL HD panel.

Product Features

  • 24P: Playback
  • 3D TV: N
  • Audio Output: 2 x 5 watts
  • Brightness:
  • Camera: No

Comments

Ollie says:

Very nice TV set 0

B B Buster K McMap says:

Excellent 42-Inch Screen! Excellent 42″ screen! I use this to watch DVDs. There are two HDMI inputs (cable not supplied), and an RCA/Phono output (cable not supplied) for Hi-Fi/sound-system. The TV is both slim and light in weight. The stand is slim and relatively unobtrusive. The stand attaches by four screws on each side, and is easy to fit. The remote-control is small and easy to use (batteries supplied). The energy-consumption is A+ and is therefore very economical and environmentally-friendly. Excellent value-for-money. I am very pleased with my purchase, and award 5 Stars!Up-date (5th March 2015): I have used a special cable (available from Amazon) to connect the TV sound to my Hi-Fi separate amplifier (which feeds to separate stereo-speaker cabinets). This cable is a stereo-plug attached to a RCA/Phono cable, which feeds from the TV head-phone socket. This connection allows me to listen to digital-music from my computer, and also to listen/watch music from YouTube. The TV powers the connection, so…

John A.J.Preece says:

Panasonic TV’s 0

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