Panasonic TX-P50X60B review
|Review: May 2013|
In a nutshell: The Panasonic Viera TX-P50X60B gives you 50 inches of plasma excellence at a knockdown price! There are compromises though - no 3D, no Smart TV and just 720p resolution.
The Panasonic TX-P50X60B is the 50 inch version of the 42 inch Viera TX-P42X60B that we reviewed previously, so read our review of that product for more details.
Panasonic TX-P50X60B features include:
- 50 inch plasma screen
- 1024 x 768 resolution
- 600Hz sub-field processing
- Freeview HD
- EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
- Media Player
- Audio: V-Audio surround sound, 10W x 2 sound output (RMS), full range stereo speakers
- Connectivity: Ethernet (LAN) x 1, HDMI x 2, USB x 1, SCART, headphone x 1, component in (Y/Pb/Pr) / composite in (AV) x 1, digital audio out (optical) x 1, CI,
- Energy efficiency class: B
- Typical power consumption: 132W
- Size without stand (WxHxD): 1,184 x 716 x 81 mm
- Size with stand (WxHxD): 1,184 x 757 x 266 mm
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on 24th Jul 2016
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Average rating from 3 reviews:
Reviewed by Rob Allen
from United Kingdom
on 31st Dec 2015
Does not run the Xbox One as there is a compatibility issue. Don't buy it if you are intending to use it with XBOX one.
Reviewed by john
on 11th Dec 2014
I bought this excellent TV at Tesco for under £400 it has usb function that plays most files, an energy saving mode and i have added a chromecast to it to get smart functions. It is the best TV i have ever owned at any price the picture is superb with great blacks,contrast and vivid colours everything is there!. I dont know what they mean by its only 720P mine goes up to 1080P! I press the "i" button and it shows its displaying full HD on it 1080 resolution on chromecast and on the built in freeview hd i get 1080i.I have double checked my model number so its a mystery why some are saying they only get 720P hd.
Reply by Ben c
on 23rd Apr 2016
It is a 720p tv, the reason it says 1080p Is because it is accepting a 720p image and upscaling it to 1080p this isn't real native full HD, still a cracking tv tho hard to tell the difference tbh.
Reviewed by will mcneill
on 21st Feb 2014
Bought this for 400 quid, easy to make it into a smart tv via sony blu ray player, good picture specs bit lacking, 8 out of ten.