Panasonic TX-P42X60B 42-inch Freeview HD Ready Plasma TV

July 8, 2013 - Comment

The Panasonic TXP42X60B uses Plasma technology to produce a warm, lifelike colour and clarity rarely seen on a large screen television. Its 600Hz motion processing technology heavily reduces motion blur in any fast moving images, such as sport or movies and complementing your picture. USB Media playback lets you enjoy your favourite movies, photo’s or

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The Panasonic TXP42X60B uses Plasma technology to produce a warm, lifelike colour and clarity rarely seen on a large screen television. Its 600Hz motion processing technology heavily reduces motion blur in any fast moving images, such as sport or movies and complementing your picture. USB Media playback lets you enjoy your favourite movies, photo’s or music on your TV, letting you share your favourites with friends or family.

Product Features

  • 42″ Plasma TV
  • 600Hz Refresh Rate
  • HD Ready Resolution
  • Freeview HD

Comments

Sam James says:

Mostly excellent Excellent picture – more realistic than LED sets. Nice solid construction – who really wants a flimsy ultra thin set? Good speakers – much better than I was expecting. My one gripe so far (only had it a week) is with auto aspect. When a program is broadcast in 4:3, as so many older ones are, this set shows it in either 16:9 or Justified which simply stretches our the sides which is not really any better. You can use the remote to change to 4:3 but I would have expected a modern TV to show all proper formats on the auto setting – which is what my old CRT Panasonic did.

ancientferguson says:

Another great Panasonic budget TV! I have had three Panasonic HD Ready models since 2007, of varying sizes and specifications. This 50″ model and its smaller 42″ sibling represent Panasonic’s 2013 bargain basement range and without doubt this is definitely a bargain.I am not going to attempt to review this TV by reproducing specifications that can be found freely online or by writing the words of others. What I will say is that this is the best picture quality I have seen from any budget Panasonic and to be quite honest, I cannot imagine there being a better all-round TV, anywhere at this price point. The picture quality is a joy and the colours are particularly pleasing. The blacks are most definitely black and sharpness is in abundance, especially on the HD channels.The TX-P50X50B received a 5 star review from What Hi*Fi and this set is basically the same but with some apparent “engine” improvements borrowed from the more expensive models. Panasonic however, appeared to have…

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