|Weight||18 kg||Power Consumption||115 W|
This Ultra HD TV isn’t one of your fancy, new High Range Dynamic (HDR) sets, for that you’ll need to look up the range to at least the DX750B. In fact, the 55DX600B actually represents the gateway in to Panasonic’s UHD TV range but, for many, it will still tick all the right boxes. There’s quad-core processing with the Firefox Smart TV platform, USB hard drive recording and compatibility with Freeview Play, in addition to HEVC & VP9 decoding for a spot of future-proofing. The 600 Series comes in three screen sizes, ranging from 40-inches to 49- and 55-inches with the TX-55DX600B reviewed here currently (July 2016) available at £849 online. Let’s see if the lack of HDR and entry-level status holds it back.