Panasonic TX-55MX650B, 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV, High Dynamic Range (HDR), Dolby Atmos & Dolby Vision, Android TV, Google Assistant, Chromecast, Bluetooth, Black

£417.10

  • ANDROID TV: Get access to all your favourite films, shows, apps and games from Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Disney+, Twitch and Google Play with this Panasonic TV with Android built-in.
  • GOOGLE ASSISTANT & CHROMECAST: Control your TV with your voice using the built-in Google Assistant, or cast movies, shows, apps and games from your phone, tablet or laptop to your TV with Chromecast.
  • OPTIMAL GAMING: This Ultra HD Smart TV features HDMI 2.1 Auto Low Latency Mode, for smooth, lag-free gaming, while you can also play or stream all your top games via the Twitch app.
  • DOLBY VISION HDR SUPPORT: This 4K LED TV offers HDR support, including HDR10, Dolby Vision and HLG, giving you more realistic colours, and higher contrast and brightness levels for the best possible visuals.
  • DOLBY ATMOS SOUND: High-quality integrated speakers and Dolby Atmos technology produce astonishing clarity, richness and depth for an immersive, cinematic audio experience at home.
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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by Ben

    I wish I had have bought an OLED,but Panasonic UK won’t ship to N.I. this TV remote control isn’t compatible with other Panasonic devices Freeview Recorder and DVD player,LED shows pixelation on most scenarios stills or fast motion,wish I could have my Panasonic Plasma back,better quality than this nonsense, looks cheap and flimsy as well,you only get what you pay for, certainly I wouldn’t recommend this TV.

  2. 08

    by Hangonamo

    Good picture, and, with some time taken to adjust, good natural colour. It’s a bit brighter sort of picture compared with the older HD TVs (or is that just this set… or just me). So much more detail than the older HD TV gave. Surprisingly, the sound is quite good too! Paired with an Ultra Blu-Ray DVD player you can get the full 4K experience with either an Ultra Blu-Ray disc or an ordinary Blu-Ray which will be upscaled by the DVD player. For the results I’m getting I think this TV is a bit of a bargain.

  3. 08

    by Noggin The Nog

    Overall a very basic TV. Home screen and remote functions are confused, just not that intuitive.

    We bought it as wanted to use the Freeview Play app from Playstore so that it could work just off Internet, without an aerial. Turns out that isn’t possible as it has aerial Freeview Play built in and so the app isn’t an option. So no use for our purposes and need to return.

    I was horrified that returning this to Amazon requires us to organise our own collection. Super unimpressed for a large item when the Amazon van is on our road daily. So unimpressed that I wouldn’t order any large item from Amazon again.

    As an update edit, have now found that the freeview aerial connection seems to be dodgy, sometimes giving good signal and other times a broken picture. A friend actually had the same issue on a Panasonic. So, it has to go back even if Parcelforce (the only carrier who will take it) won’t insure it. Absolutely ridiculous situation with Amazon taking no responsibility. Stars reduced from 2 to 1 and Prime membership won’t be renewing.

  4. 08

    by Dr P S Luke

    Great tv. I have recently bought the 65 inch for the living room and now the 43 inch for my bedroom. Always been a fan of Panasonic tvs so definitely not disappointed.

    My only negative comment is that the manual isn’t great for sorting out the sound /AV especially if you are connecting to a amplifier or a sound bar. I had to do a lot of searching on Google to find the best solution for this.

    Apart from that it’s super amazing.

  5. 08

    by John Walker

    No istructions No reply from U.K. Panasonic It’s lovely to look at But how does it work.? The above topics cover all my complaints Jon walker RH C

  6. 08

    by Tim and Mary

    Really good TV, but like most (all?) of these Google/Android smart TVs, they promise more than they deliver. One would think you would have access to all your normal apps, but you can’t access even most basic Google apps!

    The picture is really good, as it’s the sound. However, setting the sound and picture correctly is *really important*. It is also important to position it on a surface that will not give it a “boxy” sound. To avoid issues with playing Blu-rays, it is important to have HDMI 2.1 cable.

  7. 08

    by Nigel C. Harris

    We stuck with Panasonic because we were so pleased with our 55 inch 1080p TV. So after so many years we upgraded to a 65 inch 4K TV and kept to Panasonic.

    The TV is mildly disappointing… OK but not as good as our old 55inch 1080p.

    This TV is very bright. Too bright really and so we had to reduce how bright it is. It also makes faces on TV look not a little pastey and overly made-up. With blu rays the colour is a little on the brown side with the reds rather subdued – but it is easy to correct this in the settings.

    The worst thing is that the backlighting is uneven across the screen which greatly affects the eveness of the blacks especially when the screen is largely black watching, for instance space scenes. This makes it very difficult to adjust brightness and contrast across the screen and instead you have to settle for a compromise between various backlightings under the screen.

    Currently we also have an issue with our reciever since getting the TV in that when using the blu ray player the sound now occasionally hiccups (we’ve had the blue ray player for years and this is the first time it has done this). I’m trying to find out why it is doing this so as to solve it, but haven’t been able to yet. [SOLVED SEE BELOW]

    We also have another issue when playing the old panasonic blu ray player with the new TV in that tiny white speckles pepper the screen like dust on the negative of a cinema film. I haven’t solved that yet, and will be buying new HDMI cables of higher spec to see if this is solved by that. [SOLVED SEE BELOW]

    I mention the sound hiccups and the white speckles because I have not been able to find a solution for these yet and so they may be problematic for other buyers also. Prospective buyers might be helped by me mentioning this. I think it is definitely some sort of interraction problem between the Panasonic TV and the Panasonic Blu Ray player – and I hope it is down to the HDMI cables from the player to the reciever and then to the TV as I’ve tried all I can think of in the settings.

    So currently it is an OK TV but slightly disappointing.

    I wasn’t looking for 4K but there seems little option. I’d have sooner stuck with 1080p as there is often very little difference if any between a regular 1080p blu ray playing on the 4K TV and a 4K blu ray. The picture detail looks a little sharper on both – but between them, very little noticable difference on a 65 inch TV. (Yes, I have set my blu ray player to a 4K signal output).

    I’ll come back and edit if I find a solution to the speckling and hiccupping.

    ***EDIT: While pecking away at the problem with hiccupping sound and dancing white dots, I believe I have found the solution.

    HDMI cable comes in various varieties, the latest being HDMI 2.1.

    I took advice online which said that HDMI 2.0 has enough bandwidth for 4K TVs – and this is true. HOWEVER, I happened across a little information which is not so commonly disseminated. This TV does not use the old ARC (Audio Return Channel) and uses the updated eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel). eARC is only supported by HDMI 2.1.

    So I purchased a new HDMI 2.1 cable to have from my blu ray player to my reciever and then another HDMI 2.1 cable from my reciever to the new TV.

    It looks like SUCCESS in getting rid of the audio hiccupping and the dancing white specks.

    So please make sure you have HDMI 2.1 cables when connecting this eARC TV to your other hardware. Whilst 4K will run on HDMI 2.0, eARC will be faulty. Use HDMI 2.1.

  8. 08

    by CJ Greenwood

    My first new TV in 26 years – Chose another Panasonic because of compatibility, quality, price, and features. Having worked with Panasonic equipment in IT, telephony, HiFi and Audio for decades, they have never let me down.

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Panasonic TX-55MX650B, 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV, High Dynamic Range (HDR), Dolby Atmos & Dolby Vision, Android TV, Google Assistant, Chromecast, Bluetooth, Black

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