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Panasonic TX-50A400B 50-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD LED TV with Freeview (Discontinued by Manufacturer) [Energy Class A+]
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- Panasonic TX-50A400B Full HD 1080p Slim LED with Narrow Bezel - This is a slim and stylish TV with a very narrow frame around the screen that will look great in many different rooms and homes. As well as being slimline, LED TVs produce bright, eye-catching pictures and use less energy than traditional LCD or Plasma TVs.
- Built in Freeview HD Turner for free-to-air viewing in High Definition
- 100hz Back-Light Blinking switches the backlight off between frames to hide the lag whilst the TV panel responds
- High Contrast - Dedicated processing in the TV improves the contrast, making the dark areas seem rich and deep and the bright areas stand out. Higher contrast makes detail easier to see and brings out the full depth of an HD TV.
- USB Connection - A handy USB slot allows you to view your digital photos and movies on the big screen. It will even play your digital music from a USB stick.
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On-mode power consumption
80 Kilowatts per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.
Visible screen diagonal
50" / 126 cm
TX-50A400 50-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD LED TV with Freeview
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.
Outstanding Image Quality
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.
Freeview HD tuner
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.
Superior Audio Performance
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.
Slim, Unobtrusive Design
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.
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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.
Only 2 HDMI inputs. A bit stingy to say the least but it's enough for my set top box and ps3.
TV gets 5 stars and I'm far from disappointed. Excellent if you don't need all the bangs and whistles (that you'll never use)
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 behavior unfortunately cannot be totally disabled on this model. Fortunately, these backlight shifts are fairly subtle in the first two viewing modes (Dynamic and Normal). The other three viewing modes should be avoided as they do suffer from very pronounced automatic backlight shifts. For each input I have customized the Normal viewing mode (selected for everyday use), and the Dynamic viewing mode (which I switch to on the rare occasions when the content may require a bit of a brightness boost). Once set up, you can simply leave each input on its customized Normal Mode for most of the time.
Be aware that on this model selecting a different colour temperature will result in quite dramatic changes in the contrast and gamma profile of the display.Read more ›
I had to re-program my Sky remote to get all the features (volume control) to work, which took 5 seconds. See: http://help.sky.com/articles/program-your-sky-remote-to-control-your-tv. (Code 1664 worked straight away).
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I will never get another Panasonic it Keeps switching itself off.Published 4 months ago by Pete Hurst
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Amazing TV. I got it a while ago, its really big and the quality of the screen is great. I love watching full HD movies on it because its just so pretty. Definitely worth buying.Published 8 months ago by Zsaklin Taliga