If you are in the market for a new TV, then you will already know that the market is massive, which presents you with so many choices to make such as, brand, screen size, specs and of course, the price. Yet, if there is one thing that has changed the television as we know it, HD is the standard requirement, or is it?
The new 4K UHD Pro TV from Panasonic comes with HDR, so what is that? Well according to Panasonic this is High Dynamic Range (HDR) and its job is to provide an image that is as close the real world as possible. So, if you thought like us, that HD was the best way watch TV, then think again, HDR is here now and the picture is becoming much clearer now.
The TV panel offers an 4K ULTRA HD Cinema Display with a Super Bright Panel and a screen resolution of 3,840 (W) x 2,160 (H). The Panel Drive is of course, a 4K 1800 Hz BMR IFC with picture modes in Dynamic, Normal, Cinema, True Cinema & Custom.
The Panasonic TX-50DX750B has a Visible Screen Size (diagonal) of 126 cm. The sound comes through the VR Audio True Surround sound system with two full range speakers providing a maximum output of 20 W (10 W x 2). Other features include the Freeview Play/Freetime digital TV, a Unique Processing Engine, Wireless LAN Built-in and access to the Panasonic Media Center.
There are plenty of external connections too, such as the Digital Tuner Reception DVB-T/T2, HDMI, HDMI (4K 60/50p with HDCP2.2), Support Feature Audio Return Channel, one USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, a LAN Port, a CI (Common Interface), Component Video Input shared with Composite RCA phono type at the rear, a Digital Audio Output (Optical) and a headphone output.
The Panasonic HDR 4K TV is already available from stores in the UK, but before you start thinking that this kind of style and technology is going to cost you a lot of your hard earned cash, think again, as the 50 inch version can be picked from just over a £1000, compare this price to other similar televisions available at the moment and it is offering good value, as well as HDR what is not to like here?