Panasonic TX-40EX600B review
|Review: August 2017|
Last updated August 2017
In a nutshell: The Panasonic TX-40EX600B is a basic 4K HDR TV, and the price has now fallen to a fair level. But even at £500, we don't rate it too highly. From the design to the picture quality, you'll find better elsewhere.
Panasonic EX600 40" model
Panasonic TX-40EX600B features include:
- 40 inch LED-backlit UHD screen
- 3,840 x 2,160 resolution
- 1300Hz Back Light Motion rate
- Bright Panel
- High Contrast
- Adaptive Backlight Dimming
- Picture modes: Dynamic, Normal, Cinema, True Cinema, Custom
- my Home Screen 2.0 Smart TV
- Audio: Full Range stereo speakers (10W x 2), VR-Audio True surround sound
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Ethernet (LAN) x 1, HDMI x 3 (ARC support x 1), USB x 2, headphone x 1, shared component/composite input x 1, digital audio out (optical) x 1, CI (Common Interface 1.3), DLNA, Easy Mirroring
- Standard remote control
- Energy efficiency class: A
- Typical power consumption: 63W - 106W
- Size without stand (WxHxD): 899 x 518 x 65 mm
- Size with stand (WxHxD): 899 x 573 x 351 mm
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Is the epg mode portrait or landscape or can it switch to either please?
on 8th Oct 2017
My older Panasonic plasma tv has both epg mode portrait and landscape and I want to know if his tv has the same thank you.
40"panel type is supposed to be VA instead of IPS (for the 49"), so withe better blacks and better contrast (even if with narrower viewing angles). Isn't it True ?
Asked by Boulga
on 4th Aug 2017
Panasonic TX-40EX600B user reviews
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Average rating from 2 reviews:
Reviewed by Matt Barclay
on 24th Mar 2018
Perfect picture settings dynamic backlight 26 contrast 86 brightness 13 left colour 46 tint 0 sharpness 96 colour temperature normal vivid colour on adaptive backlight control Mon ambient sensor off resolution remaster min dynamic range remaster on clear motion on Panasonic 40 ex 600 excellent TV rated 10 10
Reviewed by Tom
on 26th Aug 2017
I know a fair bit about TV's and I have to say having inspected this TV in PCWorld I was blown away by the smooth motion,deep blacks and vibrant colours. I would say it has a VA type panel.At this size I think 4K is redundant but nontheless I am surprised by S21's conclusions.