Panasonic TX-55AX902




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By Home Cinema Choice on 80

The TX-55AX902 has a lot to live up to. First teased over a year ago, when Panasonic created headlines with the promise that it was working on an LED LCD able to exceed the picture performance of its plasma TVs, it bristles with advanced image wizardry,...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Fantastic image quality and unbeatable LCD black levels make the Panasonic TX-55AX902 one of the best 4K TVs...

By TechRadar on 70

Beautifully built, with candy-rich colours and integrated HEVC decoder for Netflix 4K, there's plenty to admire about Panasonic's flagship TX-55AX902. However infuriating picture presets and smudgy motion handling limit this high-end UHD screen's...

By on 80

We're impressed with the Panasonic TX-65AX902B. That gorgeous colour balance is hard to achieve at any price, and the 65in screen's insightful, punchy performance is hugely commendable. The sleek new Freetime TV guide adds a splash of style to the user...

By on 80

The Panasonic AX902 is their new flagship Ultra HD 4K TV which uses an LCD panel with direct LED backlighting. Panasonic first demonstrated the AX902 at CES 2014 where they claimed it would deliver a performance that was better than plasma. These claims...

By DigitalVersus on 60

We wouldn't call the Panasonic TX-55AX902B a bad TV, but we weren't particularly impressed with it, especially considering its price and the UHD label on the box. The problem stems from its IPS panel, which gives it low contrast, slow response times and...

By Trusted Reviews on 90

The 55AX902 is a considerable achievement by Panasonic. It's not the first truly brilliant LCD TV we've seen, but it's unique in the way it targets the needs of the dedicated cinephile. That means it's a better bet for a cinema room than a living room,...

By HDTV Reviews on

Panasonic set out to build an LED LCD TV that performs like plasma, and in many ways the company has succeeded with its flagship AX902B series. Mention plasma and most video enthusiasts will immediately think of its formidable blacks, but occasionally...