Panasonic TX-40CX680B 4K UHD 40-Inch Smart LED TV with Freeview Play

July 9, 2015 - Comment

Experience a naturally toned colour palette using special Wide Colour Phosphor Technology that is capable of covering more than 90% of the DCI standards, which unlike most LCD TVs will still look authentic in any scene. Being powered by Firefox OS, the Home Screen 2.0 is capable of quick and intuitive access to the content

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Experience a naturally toned colour palette using special Wide Colour Phosphor Technology that is capable of covering more than 90% of the DCI standards, which unlike most LCD TVs will still look authentic in any scene. Being powered by Firefox OS, the Home Screen 2.0 is capable of quick and intuitive access to the content you want, being renewed as a single gateway to all broadcasting channels and connected devices. With the help of Local Dimming technology, the new generation of high brightness LCD panels are able to boost colours and vibrancy to the next level, improving the brightness in dark picture areas by letting separate clusters of a TV’s backlights output at different levels of brightness, so the brightness can be reduced for darker areas without having to compromise on the intensity of the brighter areas.

Product Features

  • 3840 x 2160
  • 200Hz
  • 40 Inch LED
  • Freeview

Comments

Robert Delamare "cranley" says:

Potentially superb product let down by poor support and lack of features. The 4K HD screen with upscaling gives a superb picture even with SD programmes. Although 3″ larger screen than the one it replaces it is less than half the weight. My daughter and I had the old one down from the wall and this up and running in less than an hour from opening the box. Auto setup works perfectly but I did need to tweak the picture setting from the on-screen menu. That is simple enough.It easily connected to my home router both wi-fi or ethernet but then disillusionment set in.The apps list is pretty useless; loads of stuff you have never heard of and nothing like the quantity and quality on Android.The Firefox browser works well enough if you connect a USB keyboard and mouse but cannot play BBC iPlayer as that requires Flash. When you realise that iPlayer is no longer available on Freeview (only Freesat) and that Freeview Play is not available either, the main reasons for buying a Smart TV go out the window.You will…

Neil Robinson says:

Crystal clear picture and sound 0

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