Panasonic TX-65CX410B 4K Ultra HD 65 Inch TV [Energy Class A+]
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- Uncompromising Ultra HD 3840 X 2160 Resolution with future-proof connectivity
- High Contrast for deep blacks, bright whites and vivid colours
- 400 Hz RMR for fast-moving action or sports and 3D
- Apps for play back photos, movies, and music
- Low power consumption with A+ energy rating
- Note:LED refers to the backlight that is being used and not the screen.
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|Connectivity Technology||USB^Ethernet||USB; Ethernet; WiFi||WiDi, Miracast, DLNA, HDMI, USB||WiDi, Miracast, DLNA, HDMI, USB||USB^Ethernet^WiFi||USB|
|Display Resolution Max||4K||4K||4K||4K||4K||4K|
|Display Size||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches||65 inches|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9||—||16:9||16:9||16:9||4:3,16:9|
|Item Dimensions||1.46 m x 34.4 cm x 90.5 cm||5.2 cm x 1.46 m x 84.1 cm||1.45 m x 28.5 cm x 89.1 cm||1.46 m x 33.6 cm x 90.9 cm||1.45 m x 5.4 cm x 83.4 cm||1.46 m x 5.3 cm x 85.1 cm|
|Item Display Weight||25 kg||—||—||—||—||—|
|Item Weight||28 kg||40 kg||29 kg||27.6 kg||21.4 kg||30 kg|
|Special Feature||internet||Smart / Internet||Smart / Internet||Smart / Internet||Smart / Internet||Smart / Internet|
|Tuner Technology||mpeg4||mpeg4||DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-S2||DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-S2||DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-S2||DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-S2|
Energy efficiency classA+ to F
On-mode power consumption118 Watts
Energy consumption172 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 diagonal65" / 165 cm
Size Name: 65-inch | Style Name: TV Only
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4K Ultra HD with future-proof connectivity. Uncompromising 4K picture quality is yours with this 4K Ultra HD LED TV featuring an HDMI 2.0 terminal. With every film or programme, you'll marvel at the deep blacks, bright whites and vivid colours in all their full glory.
From the manufacturer
Get started with TV apps. With the Essential Apps feature, you have easy and instant access to a range of dedicated apps directly on your big-screen VIERA TV. Enjoy entertaining or informative content – from the comfort of your living room sofa. And unlike using a small-screen smartphone or tablet, you don’t need to strain your eyes when looking at your VIERA TV.
So you can enjoy the full effect and impact of 4K Ultra HD, VIERA offers HDMI 2.0 connectivity. Simply hook up your various devices – such as a Blu-ray recorder or the latest gaming consoles – via HDMI 2.0 to the TV’s dedicated terminal. You’ll get uncompressed picture quality with vivid colours, strong contrasts and sharp contours. With HDMI 2.0, 4K UHD has never looked better.
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Its one of the latest slim line 4k LED/LCD tv with small bezel (but not the smallest as LGs OLED) and does look nice as a gadget
Its a massive TV with lot of weight but stand is not good/strong enough for this size of TV and it does not offer any sort of flexibility as Sony or LG TV stand offers. and it is poorly designed and all made of cheap plastic.
This tv offers excellent picture quality through HD sources and Netflix HD and colours are vibrant but picture is not very vivid and sharp as you expect from a latest technology
I just had en email from Panasonic confirming this TV is NOT capable to play Netflix 4K contents and it NOT going to have HEVC. It was like a shock for me. This TV was advertised as a 4K but I feel cheated as you can NOT watch any 4k contents except YouTube 4K.
It not a future proof TV and it not a 4K TV by any mean. I feel cheated by Panasonic.
I am big fan of passive 3D. it has improved 3D picture quality but TV software is terrible as it does NOT recognise 3D contents and its not very easy job to manually adjust picture once start playing 3d movies. I can NOT believe that Panasonic has such a terrible software for 2015 TV models. LG is much better software to handle 3d contents.
This TV has one of the terrible refresh rate and it not suitable for fast moving images. It gives blurry images while watching football or fast moving images.
This TV has quad core processor built in but Smart TV is absolutely a big big disappointment for its Smart TV functionalities. I honestly could not believe how rubbish its smart TV functionality was on this TV. If Panasonic cant handle smart TV functionalities, they should upgrade it to Android TV like what Sony did (are Panasonic guys are clever enough?), otherwise this company will end up like Nokia collapsed despite having state of the art manufacturing facilities. (learn a good lesson please)
This tv does not have a terrible sound but compare to size of TV (No Sub-woofer built in), I am already looking for a decent AV/Sound system
There are better TV sets with similar price and I wont recommend this TV unless Panasonic update its smart TV functionality.
final score for this TV is 3/10
I've been looking for a bedroom TV for a while now and had been considering units from the likes of Sony, Panasonic and LG. I have a very high-end plasma HD TV in the living room so the only thing I wanted to sacrifice was size.
I was initially tilting towards an HD panel but the latest issue of What Hi-Fi gave a glowing review to the 40" Panasonic 40CX680. I searched for it on Amazon but wasn't available for delivery where I live so decided to go to the next model, the 40CX400. Price difference was only £100 so thought I wouldn't be sacrificing much besides what appeared to be some smart features. I would also be future proofing and very confident that Panasonic would never sacrifice picture quality -- I shouldn't have been.
After some wait I got delivery of the unit in a pretty beat up box, and here's a review of Amazon's shipping practices. Amazon actually shipped this in only the original box that appeared to have opened in transit, the bottom fell out and was then tapped back together! Don't believe me? Here's the photo. Fortunately (or unfortunately) the unit was undamaged.
So how about the unit itself. Well the design of the TV is fine, it's also fully plastic but not too bad. The remote however looks and feels cheap.
Menus on the TV are basic and gawky. Plus you really don't have too many options for customization.
Smart-wise there is almost nothing here of use besides a buggy YouTube app that doesn't even support 4K. It won't tell you the playback resolution or that it doesn't support 4K. I only later found that this unit does not support direct 4K playback or HEVC decoding. The only way you can actually enjoy 4K content is to connect it to an outside 4K source. There is also a media player but sound doesn't work on most files, the TV doesn't support DTS etc apparently. That means the media player is mostly useless too. That's fair enough since you can bypass these shortcomings with an external player (though there goes the £100 savings I mentioned above).
So beyond that, the picture should be perfect right? Far from it. Colour accuracy and contrast are pretty ok though not perfect. I think main issue is that some whites are overblown and skin tones a bit off. The corners are also darker than the centre. The biggest issue however and a deal breaker for me (I could have actually lived with all the other shortcomings) are the motion issues.
Motion is far from smooth and I've tried a number of sources, from playing movies on Apple TV, Chromecast, Bluray etc.
Like another reviewer says, movies look like bad soap operas and loose their cinemalike appeal. In many instances motion becomes choppy or jagged. Truly unwatchable.
I truly can't believe that Panasonic would want to associate its name with a unit that has such issues.
Sound is also quite poor. I don't care for big bass etc but voices sound muddled and at certain points you can't understand what actors are saying.
I'm actually keeping the unit for now, and maybe 'donating' it to my parents in not too long since it would cost a dear penny to send this back and to be honest can't go through the hassle.
It's not a horrible unit for someone that wants to watch TV etc but definitely don't get this if you are looking for high picture quality or critical movie watching. For that you would be better off sticking with a smarter and better executed full HD TV.
The design is of cheap poor quality, there is a thick chrome spary painted rim running around the edge of the screen that upon discovery after set up had air bubbles in it that began to peel, I decided to return the product to the store I'd purchased it from in exchange for a Sony Bravia after not receiving a response from Panasonic via email.
They eventually got back to me 4 days later pushing the blame on the store and not taking responsiblity for it themselves.
I have lost faith in Panasonic and won't be purchasing off them in the future.
As for the performance. The picture was awful and to say this is a 4K TV and future proof is a joke, I'd advise anyone to stay clear of this,invest a little bit extra and get something better for your money
This is a budget tv and the picture quality and user quality is all budget level.
If your looking for cheap and cheerful then that's fine. But if looking for quality and a good sharp picture I would go elsewhere. My hd Panasonic from 2 years back has better picture quality and user functions then this.
This does not have a Panasonic feel other than the name tag. I'm left rather disappointed.
The remote randomly freezes and the tv also seems to randomly switch off and on again. I guess this aspect may be a fault.
I would recommend a HD tv over this as the 4k upscale is extremely poor.
I am thinking to return this as is not what I expected.
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