Panasonic TX-55DX650 Review – A Dose of Picture Quality Magic



The Panasonic TX-55DX650 is sitting at the company’s lower half of this year’s TV range. As a result, there is no support for high dynamic range (HDR) playback. Nonetheless, for its adequate price tag, you will be able to get the company’s Firefox OS smart system, as well as the Freeview Play catch-up TV platform. Furthermore, you can even enjoy the picture quality that you’re dying to get that can be experienced from other TV sets from the tech firm that has been present in recent years.

Panasonic TX-55DX650 Review - A Dose of Picture Quality Magic

The Panasonic TX-55DX650 Presents an Above Average TV Experience for a Decent Price Tag

For its design, the Panasonic TX-55DX650 is quite the beautiful-looking TV. Its “Clear Frame” design is that of a see-through layer located on top of the main screen frame. Panasonic designed it to be this way to emanate a cool three-dimensional feel. The package also has table-top legs that can point outwards and inwards, depending if you want an curved or angular look for the device’s placement. The unit also has a meatier rear end as compared to many modern TVs. However, it does have a rather flimsy build quality, especially when comparing to Panasonic’s other, higher-end models. Well, the build quality might not matter that much, especially if you’re going to place it in a permanent position inside your home.

For those who are wondering as to how the TX-55DX650 distinguishes itself from the company’s own DX600 series, it is with the design, as well as the use of a pseduo-1000Hz motion system. There’s also a different arrangement for the backlight for this one.

When it comes to connectivity and ports, this TV from Panasonic has enough to get the job done. You will be able to find three HDMI ports, of which two can support 4K video feeds of up to 60p and the HDCP 2.2 anti-piracy protocol. There are also two USB ports that can be used for playing various types of multimedia. For Internet connectivity, you can either connect the TV via its Ethernet port or through Wi-Fi.

Even though the Panasonic TX-55DX650 is advertised to bring that “magic” for its image quality, the picture performance is average at best. The main reason here is because of the serious lack of contrast. Albeit it does have an IPS panel, aside from the great viewing angles, it does little to enhance the extra flavors. Overall, the picture quality is what many are looking for when purchasing a TV, and it is sad to know that this one falls short of being a great choice.


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Panasonic TX-55DX650 Review – A Dose of Picture Quality Magic
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