Panasonic Viera TX-55CX680B 55-inch LED 4K Smart TV

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The Viera TX-55CX680B is one of Panasonics Smart TVs which delivers vibrant, crisp and clear images. Displayed in a picture quality which is four times that of high-definition, the 55-inch television offers a wealth of entertainment at your fingertips. And with Quad-Core Pro and Local Dimming across the screen, your television viewing experience has never been so immersive.

4K Ultra HD Delivering four times the picture resolution of a standard high-definition TV, you’ll be looking at a picture which is so detailed and pristine it may feel like you are looking at the real world, rather than the TV screen. Coupled with 3840 x 2160 pixels are features such as high brightness/high colour space panels and the powerful Quad Core Pro Engine. These are on hand to tease out every last, tiny detail which 4K Ultra-High definition has to offer.

Quad Core Pro Powering the advanced Smart features and 4K picture quality is a Quad Core Pro engine. Cleverly separating the Smart TV processing from the picture processing, the engine enables the Smart elements to run faster and smoother while pictures look cleaner, crisper and more refined – regardless of whether they’re web streams, broadcasts, Blu-rays or 4K feeds.

Local dimming LCD screens are great for boosting colours and vibrancy, but they can only truely improve contrast if the brightness in dark areas is controlled. Local dimming makes this possible by letting separate clusters of backlights, output different brightness levels. This means that brightness areas can be reduced for dark areas, without compromising the intensity of bright areas.