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Beautifully designed with a discreet narrow black bezel and unobtrusive table-top pedestal stand, the Panasonic A400 series HD LED TVs combine modern design with outstanding TV image quality and great value for money. For superior high definition image quality, 100Hz BLB (Back Light Blinking) picture technology ensures sports and action movies look crisp, while a Content Optimizer makes the most of every source.
Panasonic A400 Series TVs deliver high contrast high definition images with vibrant colour and outstanding contrast, courtesy of Panasonic’s V-Real Pro picture processing engine. Colour gradations are rich and smooth, for colourful naturalistic pictures. The viewing angle is wide, at 176 degrees, so you’ll enjoy a great picture regardless of your seating angle to the screen. The 39, 42 and 50-inch A400 TVs are Full 1080p resolution. The 32-inch model is 720p HD Ready.
An integrated Freeview HD tuner provides over 100 TV and radio services, including ten high definition channels from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, without the need for any additional subscriptions or service contracts.
For clear, involving sound, A400 Series TVs feature 2 X 10W audio amplification and V-Audio processing, for an impressive surround effect and superb directionality. Wherever you sit, everyone is treated to superior sound.
Offering two HDMI inputs, A400 Series TVs can be quickly connected to other HD home entertainment equipment, including set top boxes, Blu-ray players and games consoles. One HDMI connection is ARC (Audio Return Channel) ready, making it a breeze to connect to a soundbar or surround sound system.
Panasonic A400 Series TVs feature a narrow bezel in lustrous black to better blend with any décor as well as emphasise TV picture quality. They are all about the screen.
Panasonic A400 TVs use the latest high-efficiency LED panels and are A+ Energy Efficient rated, ensuring that you can watch your favourite shows without worrying unduly about your energy consumption.
Panasonic A400 Series LED TVs offer an optical digital audio output, which can be used with compatible audio systems, and have SCART and component video inputs for connecting other video equipment. If you have music, video or JPEG files you want to play there’s a USB media reader too, compatible with all popular file formats.
Installation and TV tuning is quick and simple, with easy to follow onscreen prompts. You’ll be up and watching in no time at all.
Received a faulty television from Amazon or was it faulty ? It kept on changing channels itself (AV, HDMI 1, HDMI 2), almost as if the DOWN button and AV INPUT button was always... Read morePublished 1 month ago by InAFalsetto
Lasted for 3 hours then packed up. Waited a month for Panasonic to fix and still not done so have just returned for refund.... rubbish product and rubbish service from Panasonic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rickyboy
This is a great looking tv set but the colours are far too pink... i have a panasonic in another room which is 3 years older but the picture is far more defined and the colours are... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike_206
no vga input for computers that don't have hdmi but bought a vga to hdmi converter £12 , but is a good T.VPublished 1 month ago by Drew Thomson
Good value of money. Image quality could be better - colors are changed a bit.Published 1 month ago by marek pietrasz
Great service and a great quality TV for such a good price. I am not a TV connoiseur but have had no complaints from any of the family who enjoy watching programmes on a larger... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mrs J.
Bought this TV to replace an LG, which didn't support many of the films I had stored on an external storage box. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. Humphris