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PANASONIC VIERA TX-55CX680E TV DRIVER
The CX is very similar to the recently reviewed CX in specifications with just a few slight changes design wise, and the CX is available from a number of retailers, whereas the CX is a Currys only model in the UK.
The CXB is available inand inch screens sizes and it's the middle size we have in for review. The most obvious difference is the stand which is an all-in-one loop on the CX and which makes placement on normal TV stands easy. The CX only had feet at the far ends of the chassis which ruled it out for placement on both of the TV racks Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV had available. Around the screen is a nicely brushed effect bezel which is thin and in keeping with contemporary designs with the Panasonic logo at the bottom which is also unassuming and not in your face or backlit.
In terms of connections there are enough here to keep most end users happy, although there are only three HDMI slots. Controlling the CX is a silver coloured Panasonic remote control. If you have ever owned a Panasonic product you will be instantly familiar with the layout and feel of the remote, which sits neatly in the hand and is easy to use. All the important keys are positioned within easy reach of your thumb and our only slight complaint is Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV positioning Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV the dedicated Netflix button which is top side of the directional keys and as such, easily pressed by accident. Even with the smart TV Apps the remote is capable of easy navigation and we love the fact that when using the DTV tuner, the directional keys make it easy to channel surf and see instant now and next information.
Some other TV manufacturers could learn a trick or two here in terms of ease of use.
The fact that the apps are set up out-of-the-box to deliver 4K content is a massive plus point, especially at this price level. The whole smart experience is easy to use and has a Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV graphical interface that the whole family will be able to get to grips with.
Panasonic TXCXB (CX) 4K UHD TV Review AVForums
The only thing still missing from the CX is Freeview Play which has had a few delays now and should be seeing the light in October We will test it out as soon as it is available. The TV is not HDR compatible and therefor is not upgradable, but that technology is still reserved for the higher end Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV and will be for a while yet.
You can get the full run down of the new Panasonic Smart TV system for in this review. Picture Settings Out-of-the-Box We measured a number of out-of-the-box settings to make sure we identified the most accurate to the standards out of the box. With Panasonic pushing the message of picture quality that matches the director's intent, their picture presets need to get close to the standards for that message to ring true. They will be happy to hear then that with the True Cinema and Warm2 colour temperature settings along with gamma set to 2. You just need to set the brightness, contrast, gamma and backlight for your viewing environment and off you go.
In the price vs performance stakes, the out-of-the-box presets are good enough to go against a full professional calibration. The greyscale Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV is excellent with DeltaE errors under 3 which mean that most will not see any issues within the image. There is just a little too much red at the higher end of the track, but this is so slight that yet again, you will not see the effect on screen. Moving to the colour gamut we again have good results with just a little under saturation at green and cyan and a slight over saturation at red. However, the luminance results are very good. With the overall DeltaE errors you would be hard pushed to see the effects of the green and cyan within normal viewing material, apart from maybe some sports viewing where you have green pitches, but again, most wouldn't notice.
We have come a long way in the last 5 years to get to a point where we can say that. Because the out of the box greyscale tracking was so good we just used the 2 point white balance controls to get it tracking perfectly. We also managed to get the gamma tracking perfectly at 2. With a full CMS and a wide native panel gamut we had two ways to bring the gamut tracking to Rec. The calibrated performance was reference in terms of the end results and on screen it made a slight difference, but not a major one over our best out-of-the-box settings, more on that later. We have a normal living room with two large windows and plenty of light for some of our testing Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV we also have a completely light controlled cinema room where we can test even further and in more controlled surroundings.
With it using a VA panel we found that Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV black levels when viewed head on were very good and measured 0. The best image quality is with True Cinema picture mode as the other modes introduced or highlighted some weaknesses with the LCD tech used. Viewing angles were good for a VA panel with optimal picture quality to around 30 degrees before wash-out and blue Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV blacks. Direct viewing is important to get the best from this TV and we would recommend careful positioning within your viewing room.
The CX performed at its best with normal ambient light in the room. The backlight was uniform in these conditions with strong black levels, good sharpness and believable skin tones. This is the TV's bread Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV butter environment and we found ourselves using the set as our everyday work horse. It stayed in situ a lot longer than most TVs in for review and that says something about its quality at the price point. Like with the CX we were not overly impressed with the local dimming and in the end switched off Adaptive Backlight and Contrast Control. We found that the VA panel and native blacks were good enough without any help and mixed scene material looked superb for an LCD panel, with just the lowest parts of the shadows missing. However this is very much a personal preference issue and you should experiment for yourself to see what works for you.
54.6" Panasonic TX-55CX680 - Specifications
With 24p and 4K native material the blur looked normal and as expected for such material, looking natural and as intended. Specifikationer - TXCXE - 4K - De här prisvärda 4K-skärmarna är den perfekta vägen in i 4K-världen med sin skyhöga upplösning, höga ljusstryka, local. The 50CX is a inch 4K UHD TV from the lower end of Panasonic's current range. This Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680E TV it doesn't get the full suite of 4K Studio.