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Panasonic Consumer Electronics Co. / Panasonic tx-65dx902b tv

1 Bracknell, England, Berkshire, United Kingdom Review updated:
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Very poor standard Flagship Panasonic TV, The quality of this TV matches Panasonic lower end TV's, very poor standard and HD image quality, very narrow viewing angle. The TV that costs £2500 flagship model one would not expect better quality, however do not believe the Professional reviews in Tecradar and other internet review providers. In order to buy this tv you will have to sit directly infront of this TV, there is a huge noticeable colour and white distortion if viewing from a slight angle. You must be single, don't bother with the family with this TV they will not be able to watch it unless they all sit infront it all in one chair.
This TV has untrue excellent 5 star professional reviews, I now believe that the large companies pay Whathifi, Trustedreviews, expertreviews to give TX-65DX902B recommended Status or the 5 star status. The reviews are not accurate and untrustworthy.
The picture quality on the TX-65DX902B is extremely poor. Pansonic has called this their flagship tv for 2016, you are better off buying cheaper end Pansonic, you will not notice the difference in picture quality. The table stand is absolutely ludicrous.

Jan 2, 2017
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  • Ba
      3rd of Sep, 2017
    0 Votes

    RUBBISH what a nonsense complaint . It is the best TV . I watched HD and Standard definition channel and picture is breathtaking
    you showed do some research before buying something . Do you know the difference between IPS PANEL and VA PANEL
    This TV is VA PANEL.
    People with a wide living room who might watch the TV while sitting at an angle MAY BUY IPS
    Those looking for good picture quality in a dark room, and who don't have a need for wider viewing angles MAY BUY VA
    IPS only good for viewing angles. VA good for colours, brightness, contrast and black detail

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