Panasonic CX600 4K TV – Hands-on review

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Enter Panasonic’s new TC-50CX600U 4K UHD TV, a budget set from the storied TV maker that’s available in a 50-inch model for just under $1000. That’s the kind of price you’d pay for a mid-tier 1080p HD TV just a year or two ago, and the CX600 comes loaded with Panasonic’s capable new Firefox smart interface.

So, is it time to trade in your HD TV for a model of the next era? The answer is more complicated than you might think.

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10 thoughts on “Panasonic CX600 4K TV – Hands-on review

  • November 1, 2015 at 22:32
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    Panasonic like Sony has a good track record of reliable electronics, so you won't likely have to worry about a new TV because of build quality. Vizio also seems to have a fairly good track record for reliable electronics.. Samsung is another to consider…. Then possibly LG… I believe Westinghouse is rated as one of the lowest… I don't know where Insignia rates, as well as TCL…

  • December 17, 2015 at 23:57
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    I have the CX680B model of this TV, so mine is a bit better

  • January 17, 2016 at 10:16
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    I have the 50CX600 and I bought the Malaysia-built version of it from Sri Lanka. I got the 50CX600s which is apparently the Asian version. I can't seem to find Netflix and Netflix recently came to Sri Lanka. Is it because I have the Asian version of it?

  • March 24, 2016 at 05:48
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    haha.. we have the exact same tv.. just mine is 55 inch screen..

  • August 5, 2018 at 10:42
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    Panasonic prompted to update software to Ver 4.25 and after updating the Youtube App becomes not usable . Tried un-install Youtube App and reinstall, but the same Youtube App 2011 version is still not usable, Very disappointed with Panasonic. Seems did not do proper testing before rolling out new software update or was it intentional ? Likely not considering Panason for next TV and also not reommending to friends either

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