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Panasonic TX-50CX802

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By TechRadar on 90

While there's room for improvement with its backlight and motion handling, the 50CX802 is far and away Panasonic's best LCD TV to date. Its pictures benefit from a unique focus on colour and greyscale nuances that give it a genuine...

By Trusted Reviews on 90

What is the Panasonic TX-50CX802? The TX-50CX802 is Panasonic's newest 50in TV for 2015. Its spec sheet lists native 4K resolution, HDR support (eventually…) and a direct LED lighting engine with local dimming. It also includes Panasonic's intriguing...

By FlatpanelsHD on 70

We have already tested Panasonic's 2015 mid-range and entry-level Ultra HD TVs CX7 and CX6, and this time we have gotten our hands on Panasonic's current flagship for 2015, namely CX8. We say “current” because a higher-end CX9 is expected to be...

By Whathifi.com on 100

Impressing in everything from sound to picture, interface to features, the TX-50CX802B is a solid package, making it two from two for Panasonic's 2015 TV range.Read all out Panasonic news and reviewsWhere to buy View all »Panasonic...

By avforums.com on 90

The CX802 is Panasonic's current flagship Ultra HD 4K LCD TV and it has been designed to incorporate as much of the manufacturer's proprietary technology as possible. Panasonic's ambition is to deliver images 'just as the content creators intended' by...

By Pocket-lint on

We might find the CX802's super-wide stand annoying, its Firefox OS isn't quite as slick as LG's webOS 2.0, and there are some to-be-updated apps that await a wave of the 4K magic wand. But what the Panasonic CX802 offers that its competition...

By HDTV Reviews on

The Panasonic TX-55CX802B improves upon the TX-50CX700 in two areas: 1080 lines of motion resolution is now attainable (boosting the clarity of moving images); and resolution in the third dimension is full HD 3D. Nevertheless, compared with last year's...