4K Ultra HD TVs Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of 4k ultra hd tv would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
All works exactly as expected. great TV!
Long time Sony user, this is first time I bought Panasonic. One of the main reasons was that I wanted adjustable pedestal feet, and Sony only has it in more expensive models. I am definitely not sorry that I bought Panasonic! Trivial to setup, the reception of all available channels is stable. Not sure what exactly "Hexa Chrome Drive" panel does, but the picture is uniform stable and with good colors rendering. Another marketing term "Adaptive Backlight Dimming" appears to be adjusting the picture brightness automatically - whatever it does, it works, I am not complaining. There is plenty connectors for all possible equipment. It has various optional applications build in (smart TV), more then I need. However it does not use Android system, thus some Android apps are missing. Sound is sufficiently loud for my large room. Network connection and Netflix reception is perfect. After half a year of using it I am totally happy with it and the price I paid.
Purchased in January 2019 for $1,400.00.
Love it no problems
Everything is fantastic, great picture wireless connectivity is tops we tend to only watch a Netflix or commercial channels so can’t give you any info on
Ports. Tv has what. One wants
Great TV at a great price point..
Picture quality is great.. even on standard definition broadcast videos. HD and 4K videos are even better.. The sound quality is good too.
It has got all the smart features one would expect from a modern TV. Highly recommended.
Bargain Panasonic Big Screen action!
This Panasonic big screen 65 inch TV, the entry level 4K UHD FX600 series, proves that the Japanese brand still has what it takes to compete with the very best in the industry. It is a great TV in all respects. Firstly the design is very stable and the adjustable feet makes it very versatile for narrow or long cabinets. The all black monolithic frame design is actually Panasonic's best looking IMO, even better than the OLEDs. This is a very black and very reflective screen, however, so you may want to close the blinds a bit; the screen surface is so glossy it's practically a mirror. Picture quality is why you buy a television and this model is simply incredible: black depth, colour saturation, motion handling, you name it, this TV can do it superbly. This 600 series actually looked better in the shop than the higher 800 model; apparently this is something to do with this 65 inch 600 series having a VA panel rather than IPS, which is explains why the viewing angles are not the best, if one could nitpick...sound quality is acceptable but I have a Panasonic soundbar to match...Thank you, Panasonic, for such a great TV!!!
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