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Testseek.co.uk have collected 25 expert reviews of the Panasonic TX-L50ET60B and the average rating is 78%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Panasonic TX-L50ET60B.
 
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The editors liked

  • Slim
  • Stylish
  • Great new home screen options
  • Streaming and smart connectivity
  • Clever remote app
  • Detailed and sharp pictures
  • Comfortable 3D performance
  • Exceptionally natural picture performance
  • User-friendly interface
  • Good value
  • Sharp
  • Punchy pictures
  • My Home Screen
  • Classy styling
  • Gorgeous
  • Ultra
  • Slim design
  • Excellent 3D picture quality
  • Brilliant Smart interface
  • Impressive Smart Device app
  • It looks beautiful for a midrange set
  • The new My Home Screen interface is terrific
  • And 3D images are natural and engaging.
  • Superb colour accuracy
  • Excellent scaling and general handling of standard definition
  • Flawless Blu-ray playback
  • My Home Screen is a very good idea
  • We like the new/old remote
  • Tons of smart features
  • Gorgeous looking
  • Filter is highly effective in ambie
  • Sharp pictures for both SD and HD feeds
  • Rich
  • Warm colours
  • Good passive 3D support
  • Customisable smart TV homescreen

The editors didn't like

  • Black levels lack depth and solidity
  • Backlight not perfect
  • Poor sound
  • Native contrast could be better
  • Some key video streaming services are missing
  • Remote control a bit old school
  • Needs more catch
  • Up TV
  • Black depth
  • Average black level response
  • Limited online video services
  • High input lag
  • Visible 3D line structure
  • Contrast could be better
  • Input lag might be a problem for gamers
  • And some key ondemand video services aren't supported
  • Motion handling could be smoother
  • Black levels and contrast could still use a further boost
  • Some smearing of white with 3D content
  • Speakers sound quite tinny
  • Expensive for a mid-range model
  • Black levels could be deeper
  • Only three HDMI ports

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  Published: 2013-11-05, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • Abstract:  For £699, you won't find many better tellies with Freeview HD built in alongside an enormous display. But how do its web-connected skills fare? We plugged one into our home network to find out - hit the video above to see the results. ...

 
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  Published: 2013-10-03, Author: John , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Exceptionally natural picture performance, User-friendly interface, Good value
  • Native contrast could be better, Some key video streaming services are missing, Remote control a bit old school
  • If you like your pictures natural, your designs slim and shiny, and your Smart TV interfaces really easy to use, then the Panasonic L42ET60 is well worth seeking out despite its slight contrast fragility....

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  Published: 2013-09-12, review by: whathifi.com

  • Slim, stylish, Great new home screen options, Streaming and smart connectivity, clever remote app, Detailed and sharp pictures, Comfortable 3D performance
  • Black levels lack depth and solidity, Backlight not perfect, Poor sound
  • The Panasonic TX-L50ET60 is a good TV, and a solid start to 2013 for Panasonic. We're big fans of the style and design, the new my Home Screen menu system looks great and Panasonic's familiar natural, sharp and detailed palette is present and correct. ...

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  Published: 2013-06-18, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Unless you’re desperate for a 3D TV from Panasonic, the ET60B is a little too expensive ...

 
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  Published: 2013-06-05, review by: stuff.tv

  • Abstract:  he first 2013 Panasonic to land at Stuff Towers is an LED LCD rather than plasma, but it maintains the Japanese giant's rep for great picture quality. What's more, the boring old interface has been replaced with fresh menus that make smart TV nicer to look at...

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  Published: 2013-05-06, Author: Danny , review by: itproportal.com

  • Sharp, punchy pictures, My Home Screen, Classy styling
  • Needs more catch, up TV, Black depth
  • On reflection, the TX-L42ET60B has more in the pros column than the cons, which makes it worth investigating. Its picture quality is impressive from all sources – despite its underwhelming black depth – and its passive 3D talents make for a comfortable, ...

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  Published: 2013-04-20, Author: John , review by: techradar.com

  • Gorgeous, ultra, slim design, Excellent 3D picture quality, Brilliant Smart interface, Impressive Smart Device app
  • Average black level response, Limited online video services, High input lag, Visible 3D line structure
  • The L55ET60's premium looks provide a beautiful disguise for its mid-range status, and if there's a friendlier Smart TV in town right now, we haven't met it. It caters well for your multimedia needs too, and there's much to admire about its picture quali...

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  Published: 2013-03-27, review by: tech.uk.msn.com

  • It looks beautiful for a midrange set, the new My Home Screen interface is terrific, and 3D images are natural and engaging.
  • Contrast could be better, input lag might be a problem for gamers, and some key ondemand video services aren't supported
  • Panasonic's latest 55-inch TV is exceptional on the design front and its new Smart TV interface is a work of genius. Picture quality is good for much of the time too, though dark scenes don't look quite as good as they might....

 
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  Published: 2013-03-20, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Sharp pictures for both SD and HD feeds; Rich, warm colours; Good passive 3D support; Customisable smart TV homescreen
  • Speakers sound quite tinny; Expensive for a mid-range model; Black levels could be deeper; Only three HDMI ports
  • The Panasonic TX-L47ET60B is a very stylish-looking TV and benefits from Panasonic's new and much improved smart TV system. It also produces very impressive pictures. The only things holding it back are its high price and slightly tinny sound....

 
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  Published: 2013-02-27, review by: hdtvtest.co.uk

  • Panasonic's TX-L47ET60 is a very capable LED LCD TV, and serves as an excellent example of the IPS LCD format. We absolutely agree with the company's own recommendation that these screens are best installed in bright environments, where IPS' inability to...

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