Panasonic TX-L55DT65




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By Home Cinema Choice on 80

There's something imperious about the Panasonic DT65. Perhaps it's the super-thin bezel and jet-black screen, or the aloof high-necked pedestal. Or maybe it just knows it's smarter than everybody else? Whatever the reason, this is certainly not an...

By on 80

The L55DT65 is a marked improvement over last year's DT series, thanks to some excellent bright picture handling and a superb user interface. It's a shame it struggles more than we'd like it to when the going gets dark,...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

The Panasonic L55DT65 is mercifully a big improvement on its predecessor, and for a great deal of the time its performance is terrific. However, we've got to think that anyone investing so heavily in such a large TV will fancy some serious movie viewing...

By Pocket-lint on 80

Overall, we rate the TX-L47DT65 an extremely satisfying flatscreen. With an advanced, customisable interface and the provision of twin tuners, it offers luxuries you'll quickly get used to. It may not quite have the picture performance chops to...

By TechRadar on 90

Killer smart TV and second screen apps flow from Panasonic's smallest top quality LED TV for 2013. The Panasonic TX-L42DT65B's second screen features are more ambitious than Samsung's, and use better apps that are equally kind to both iOS and Android...

By on 70

The TX-L55DT65B sits toward the apex of Panasonic's LED TV offerings in 2013, just a rung below the WT65B which sports a built-in camera and more rapid backlight scanning to justify its premier status. Elsewhere, the DT65 matches its stable mate – spec...

By HDTV Reviews on

Panasonic has worked its magic on the TX-L42DT65B to make the best of an IPS LCD panel whose strengths (wide viewing angles, no motion smearing) and weakness (less-than-impressive blacks) are common knowledge. Video processing for standard definition and...