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Panasonic TX50GX700B LED TV 4K/FreeviewPlay

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Panasonic TX-50GX700B

 

Slim Design Meets HDR Performance


2019’s GX700 LED SmartTV features an HDR Bright Panel to present colourful 4K HDR pictures. Thanks to HDR10+ Dynamic metadata technology & Adaptive Backlight Dimming this slimline TV delivers detailed pictures with accurate contrast. Smart-tech lets you access Freeview Play catch-up TV & the latest box-sets from the most popular video streaming services.

 

Video Streaming in 4K - Compatible with 4K Ultra HD Netflix, Prime Video, & YouTube

Because 4K internet video streaming is now supported by YouTube, NETFLIX and Prime Video a wide variety of high-quality content is easily at fingertips. The UHD video signals are processed by our own 4K High-Precision Chroma Processor to achieve crisp, beautiful images - Subscription required. Not all content is in 4K & HDR.

HDR10+ Support - Support for popular HDR formats

Our new TVs support playback of next-generation "Dynamic Metadata" HDR. HDR10+ is supported by some 4K Blu-ray discs & a popular streaming service. Of course, they also support conventional HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) too, so you can enjoy an HDR picture from a variety of sources.

Adaptive Backlight Dimming - Delivers Deep Blacks in Dark Scenes and Plenty of Punch in Bright Scenes

Our TVs with Adaptive Backlight Dimming constantly analyse incoming pictures so that they can continually adjust their light output to deliver the optimum picture quality.

Game/ Sport Modes - Your Favourite Favorite Content in the Optimal Viewing Mode

Our TVs give you the best picture mode for viewing. Sport mode combines vivid hues with a surround effect for viewing real-life football and other sports. And the quick image response of Game mode boosts gaming fun with a more direct playing sensation.

USB HDD Recording - The Easiest Way to Store Your Favourite Programmes

TV programmes can be recorded onto an external USB hard disk drive simply by pressing the REC button on the remote control - This feature requires a USB hard drive with a capacity of at least 160GB.

 

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  • 4k HDR+ Smart LED TV
  • Freeview Play
  • Web Browser
  • TV On Demand
  • WiFi Built In
  • HDR10+
  • Adaptive Backlight Dimming
  • USB HDD Recording (HDD not supplied)
  • 4k Studio Colour engine
  • 3x HDMI Inputs

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Product Questions
What is HD and 4K?
HD & 4k TV refers to the pixel density of the screen. HD screens (also known as 1080p or 2k) have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels while 4k screens have 3840 x 2160 pixels resulting in a much clearer picture.
What is OLED?
OLED TV's are designed to give a brighter picture with more definition, brighter whites, darker blacks and near zero motion blur. Because of they way they work the TVs are thinner and lighter than older LCD or LED models, as well as having a far superior picture.
Will an Ultra HD BluyRay player work on a non-4k TV?
No.

An Ultra-HD BluRay player will give no picture while playing BluRay discs (even non-4k discs) on a non-4k TV. If your player is connected via an AV Receiver or Soundbar then this will also need to provide 4k compatibility
Do I need 4k certified HDMI cables to run 4k?
Ideally, yes, but some older cables that were manufactured to a high specification may still work. HDMI is best thought of as a data transmission rather than video and as such the acheivable quality is down to the bandwidth of your cables.

For basic 4k compatibility a bandwidth of around 10Gbps is required. This specification was introduced as a minimum standard for HDMI-1.4 certification and is capable of 4k resolution up to 24fps with Chroma sampling up to 4:2:2. 4k 50/60fps is not possible at this bandwidth.

For the latest full 4k specifications a bandwidth of 18Gbps is required. This was introduced as a minimum standard for HDMI 2.0 and covers 4k resolution at 24/50/60fps up to 4:4:4 Chroma sampling.

The longer your cable the more loss your HDMI signal experiences so when using longer cable lengths or installing inside walls and ceilings it is vital that you select a cable that is up to the job as if the data rate is insufficient you may receive no picture at all.
What do the different HDMI Version numbers mean?
Each HDMI version number has a minimum set of specifications that manufacturers must meet to be compatible with the latest video standards at that time. The different version numbers offer the following compatibility:

HDMI 1.0 = HDMI plug types A & B Launched. Minimum Bandwidth 4.95Gbps. Guaranteed resolution 1080p, optional audio support up to 8-channel 192k/24bit PCM, Dolby Digital, & DTS. In practice most HDMI 1.0 equipment did not provide audio support
HDMI 1.1 = as above but with optional audio support for DVD-A (MLP)
HDMI 1.2 = as above but with optional audio support for SACD (One-Bit)
HDMI 1.2a = as above with optional CEC (consumer electronics control) support for command signals between components
HDMI 1.3 = Minimum bandwidth 10.2Gbps. Guaranteed resolution 1440p, Deep Colour support, optional audio support for Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby True-HD, & DTS-HD. Automatic Audio/Video synchronisation to improve lip-sync
HDMI 1.3a = Compatibility improvements to 1.3 standard. Introduction of Plug type C (Mini-HDMI)
HDMI 1.3b = Compatibility improvements to HDMI 1.3a
HDMI 1.4 = Minimum Bandwidth 10.2Gbps. Guaranteed resolution 2160p (4k) at 24fps. Note that in practice Ultra-HD and most 4k sources will not work as HDMI 1.4 does not support the HDCP 2.2 copy protection required by Ultra-HD standards. Ethernet support at 100Mb/s. ARC Audio Return Channel. 3D compatibility. Introduction of Plug type D (Micro-HDMI)
HDMI 2.0 = Minimum Bandwidth 18Gbps. Guaranteed resolution 2160p (4k) at 60fps. Optional HDCP 2.2 support for UltraHD & 4k copy protection. PCM audio support increased to 32 Channels
HDMI 2.0a = as above with HDR Support for improved contrast levels
HDMI 2.0b = as above with HLG support for improved contrast levels
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