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Panasonic TX-58DX802B

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Hi does this tv have a voice control remote control?

Asked by robert from england on 12th Oct 2018

Audio performance vs Bose Companion 3 or 321...and how is this vs Sony XD8599?

Asked by Kev from UK on 4th Nov 2016
From the reviews, this TV is looking a great option - been weighing it up vs. Sony 55" XD8599. Based on earlier TV & computer setups, I have a Bose Companion 3 Seies II and a Bose 321. Any thoughts on how audio performance of the soundbar with the Dx802 would compare to either of these.....? I'm guessing that even if I combine one of these with the Sony, the recommendation would still be the Panasonic give Andriod concerns mentioned in the reviews?
Any alternative TVs I should be looking at?

Does this have twin freesat tuners?

Asked by simon from uk on 30th Oct 2016
I want to connect up 2 freesat cables and then watch on one and record on the other - is this possible?

Hi how is the picture quality compared with dx750b? Does it worth the extra cash?

Asked by Richard from UK on 5th Sep 2016
Been watching this and a dx750b side by side in a store and couldn't tell the difference on a general HD channel. Is the picture quality better than dx750b and worth the extra cash? (Having a home cinema setup means the sound bar is no use to me)

Also how is the quality compared with Samsung KS7000?

Reply by S21 from UK on 5th Sep 2016
All three are very similar in terms of picture quality.

Can a seperate subwoofer be added to the soundbar?

Asked by Rob from uk on 1st Jul 2016

Reply by Bry from Uk on 9th Oct 2016
Sub can't be fitted to this tv, but aftermarket sound bar with sub can, hope this helps...

3D glasses?

Asked by Dermot Keogh from Ireland on 19th Jun 2016
Hi, does this model come with 3D glasses included? Thank you.

Reply by S21 from UK on 20th Jun 2016
No, 3D glasses are not included. You'll need some Bluetooth (RF) active shutter glasses, e.g. Panasonic TY-ER3D4ME.

Can this TV be wall mounted?

Asked by Sally from GB on 16th Jun 2016
I am having this TV (Panasonic 58DX802B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV, 58" With Freeview Play/freetime & Art & Interior Freestyle Design) delivered and wall mounted. I have bought the bracket from John Lewis with the TV. Can this be done though as no where does it say the stand can be removed or that the sound bar is attached to the TV?

Reply by S21 from UK on 16th Jun 2016
You can wall-mount the DX802 using standard VESA mounts. The soundbar has keyslots for wall-mounting, but requires a wired connection.

Reply by dm from Uk on 7th Jan 2017
Did you get the TV wall mounted? And we're you able to hide the sound bar wires?
Can you play the TVs without the soundbar?

What is the best settings for optimal picture quality for TX-58DX802B on a sky hd box?

Asked by John Anderson from Ireland on 15th Jun 2016
Just opened out of the box and looks amazing. I realise sky hd box will only produce 1080i. I will be upgrading to sky Q later but it seems a bit blurry. There is very little info on this tv as its brand new so any info will be greatly appreciated.

Reply by Lorna from Uk on 13th Aug 2016
Hi there does anyone know if the plug to this to is hard wired? Also was it good with SkyQ? Many thanks.

Reply by David from UK on 19th Aug 2016
Yes, the mains cable is hard wired in to the unit. Haven't tried it with Sky Q, sorry.

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