Panasonic TX-39A400B review
|Review: June 2014|
In a nutshell: The Panasonic TX-39A400B is ideally sized for an apartment or any space where a 42 inch TV would be too big. It's a bargain too, although be aware that there are just 2 HDMI connections.
The Panasonic TX-39A400B is exactly the same as the Viera TX-42A400B television, except that the screen size is 39 inches instead of 42 inches. The price is proportionately lower too. That means that everything we wrote in our review of the 42 inch model holds true, except that 39 inches is probably too small for family viewing and is best suited to an apartment, for use by a single person or a couple.
It's a very low-priced TV, with an attractive narrow bezel around the screen and an A+ energy rating. It's a full HD screen and picture quality is quite good, but be aware that there are only 2 HDMI connections available, which limits the number of audiovisual devices (set-top box, Blu-Ray player, games console, etc) you can connect. Be aware of these limitations when buying and you should have no troubles with this bargain TV.
Panasonic TX-39A400B features include:
- 39 inch LED-backlit screen
- 1,920 x 1,080 resolution
- Freeview HD
- Game mode
- Media player
- Audio: Full Range stereo speakers (10W x 2), V-Audio surround sound, Dolby Digital Plus/ DTS 2.0+Digital Out
- Connectivity: Ethernet (LAN) x 1, HDMI x 2, USB, headphone x 1, component in (Y/Pb/Pr) / composite in (AV) x 1, SCART x 1, digital audio out (optical) x 1, CI (Common Interface)
- Standard remote
- Energy efficiency class: A+
- Typical power consumption: 41W
- Size without stand (WxHxD): 886 x 516 x 53 mm
- Size with stand (WxHxD): 886 x 560 x 247 mm
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Why connect it to the Internet? I've done it thinking I'd get extra features but no. What's the purpose for connecting?
Asked by John
from United Kingdom
on 24th Mar 2018
Are there updates available for the TX-39A400B, from Jan 1st, 2018. Please?
Asked by Steve
from UK, Guernsey, Channel Islands
on 12th Feb 2018
I've had the above TV for about 2yrs, it has NEVER been updated. I would have to use the usb connection to update. IF ANY are available. If I did update what changes could I expect.???
Is there a c1 card to help link my freeview / blueray box to my panasonic tv?
Asked by l letch
on 19th Jul 2017
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Reviewed by Alan
on 29th Jun 2015
Bought in a bundle icluding stang HDMI Cable excellent TV easy set up bought for Dad so no need for accessories etc. Does the job!!