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Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV Driver
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Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV Driver
So is the 50DX the bargain it appears or is there a catch?
Design The DX is an attractive looking TV and the entire inch flat screen is surrounded by a silver bezel that has a chamfered design and a brushed metal finish. Panasonic call this the 'Art of Interior' which, dodgy English aside, relates to the Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV that they worked with a European interior design company when developing this year's line-up. The bezel is 0.
The chassis itself is Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV deep at the top and 4cm deep further down. The rear of the TV is black plastic Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV whilst the build quality is reasonable, it does reflect Panasonic's efforts to hit a specific price point. The unique 'switch design' stand offers the owner a choice of four different configurations which should hopefully eliminate the problem of positioning the TV in their home.
The recent trend for TVs having feet at either end of the chassis has left many consumers with the problem of not actually being able to place Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV new TVs on their equipment stands. Panasonic have addressed this problem with their 'switch design' and now users should be able to fit the DX into any environment.
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The idea is simple but effective, you have Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV choice of four different configurations. You can attach the feet in the centre using two central holes for the brackets or you can attach them at the ends where there are another two holes.
Depending on which way around you attach the feet you have a choice of a curved central section, straight feet in the centre, curved outer feet or straight outer feet. As we went through all the different combinations it did remind us of building a Meccano set but it Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV nice to have the alternatives and ultimately we preferred the curved central option.
The DX is an attractive TV with a unique 'switch design' stand Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV offers a choice of four positions. Whichever option you do decide to choose, the DX sits quite low to the ground, giving you only 8cm of clearance beneath the screen itself - so bear that in mind if you plan on using a soundbar.
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Although at least the different stand positions gives you options, such as putting the feet at the ends and placing a soundbar between them or putting the feet in the centre and placing the DX on top of a soundbase. Of course if you don't want to use the stand at all then you also have the option to wall Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV and around the back you'll find standard x VESA mounts.
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The latter button also doubles for bringing up the menu and the channel and volume buttons can be used to navigate the menu system. Underneath these controls you'll find the hardwired power cable.
There is a large cover that you can use to tidy up the rear of the TV, although how effective it is will depend Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV how many cables you use and how flexible they are. There is a second smaller cover that hides the legacy connections and recognises the fact that in this digital age the older analogue connections don't get used as often.
In terms of rearwards-facing legacy connections there's component and composite video inputs, along with analogue stereo and optical digital inputs. There's also an Ethernet port for anyone wanting to use a wired internet Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV but naturally the DX also has a built-in wireless capability.
All the other connections take the form of a combination of rearwards- and sideways-facing inputs.
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Whilst the DX has a reasonable selection of connections, we Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV find the positioning of the them slightly annoying. The rearwards facing inputs could all be difficult to get to, depending on how your TV is positioned, but especially if it's wall mounted. That would mean you're Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV likely to use the sideways-facing inputs but these are only 13cm from the edge of the screen. So if you have decent quality cables, there is a danger that you'll see them poking out of the sides.
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The second HDMI Panasonic Viera TX-50DX750E TV. The DX comes with Panasonic's standard remote control, which is fairly large and made of plastic. It has a two-tone finish, with a silver front and a black back. It's well balanced and comfortable to hold, making it easy to use with one hand.
All the buttons that you would need to control the TV are included and they are laid out in an intuitive manner, making the controller highly effective.