Panasonic TX-50A400B 50-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD LED TV with Freeview

July 8, 2015 - Comment

Panasonic TX-50A400B – 50″ Full HD LED TV – 50″ Full HD LED TV 1920 x 1080 Resolution Black 2 x HDMI 1 x SCART Vesa Mountable Product Features 24P: Playback 3D TV: N Audio Output: 2 x 5 watts Brightness: – Camera: No

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Panasonic TX-50A400B – 50″ Full HD LED TV – 50″ Full HD LED TV 1920 x 1080 Resolution Black 2 x HDMI 1 x SCART Vesa Mountable

Product Features

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

Comments

Awesomo says:

Picture and Sound Settings for your new TV. Hello All. I thought I’d post my experiences on how to set up this TV to get the best out of it. I do hope this helps.These telly’s have a number of inputs and for each input there are five preset Viewing Modes which can be customized. Every input stores its Viewing Modes separately from the other inputs, and so all the inputs are independently customizable in terms of their five Viewing Modes. So first you have to select an input to customize, then go to the Picture Setting menu and select the Viewing Mode you want to customize for that input. You’ll have to do this for every input that you’ll be using. Sound setting are also stored independently per input. Although this may sound long winded, the end result is that different sources can all have their own optimized video and sound settings, which will kick in automatically once set up.Like many LED TV’s the firmware moves the backlight up and down depending on its analysis of what’s on screen, and this…

Amazon Customer says:

Excellent TV after adjustment Well it looks like I’m the first person to review this TV so I’ll keep it short and sweet.Good points:The picture. Out the box it’s amazing for a computer game, but for more realistic colours and softer viewing I just needed to adjust the TV settings to something a little less garish and bright. This isn’t a fault, it’s set to what most people like these days at switch on. It’s got a better picture than my previous viera TV and cost half the price! Sound is OK for a slim TV with some tone adjustments. I didn’t need a smart TV as I just use my TV as a monitor, I don’t even use the TV’s tuner. Most people these days use roku, sky, humax etc so having a multitude of internet added apps just seems a waste as I never used them on the previous TV. Despite tech specs this TV does have an ethernet connection although I have no idea what it’s for.Bad points:Only 2 HDMI inputs. A bit stingy to say the least but it’s enough for my set top…

John Aspinall says:

Excellent value for Money 0

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