Panasonic TX-50DX750




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By Home Cinema Choice on 80

My immediate question is: can such an affordable set do HDR proud? The early signs aren't entirely promising. Unlike the DX902, this screen fails to meet the criteria to wear an Ultra HD Premium badge. In brightness terms, it falls well short of the...

By TechRadar on 80

With HDR playback support and Panasonic's Firefox smart system, and delivering mostly impressive performance, the 50DX750 is a great-value TV that will look great in any...

By on 80

8SCOREOUT OF10ProsExcellent black levelsImpressive video processingAccurate greyscale & colour gamutDecent HDR performanceAll the video streaming services you'll needAttractive design and ingenious standConsNarrow viewing anglesCan suffer from bright...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

What is the Panasonic TX-50DX750? The 50-inch TX-50DX750 is the first model I've tested from Panasonic's 2016 selection of TVs. At £1,299, it sits in the middle of the 4K/UHD range, below only the DX902 flagships and boldly designed DX802s. As well as...

By EuroGamer on

But in other areas, the DX750 hands in a solid level of performance, and it's generally an excellent display all round. Of course, the higher end DX902 delivers a superior HDR experience due to the inclusion global backlight dimming, though this comes with almost doubling of the price point, which is not ideal for those on a budget - particularly if you've just laid out £350 on a new PlayStation Pro.

By HDTV Reviews on

Even though its HDR rendition left us slightly underwhelmed owing to 500-nit peak brightness and ineffectual pseudo-local dimming, the Panasonic TX-50DX750B delivered outstanding SDR image quality with accurate colours and superb processing. The TV's...