Expert review site muycomputer.com scored this 4K and 8K TV 90%. Experts think this television is one of the very best similar spec TVs that came out more than two years ago.
On average Panasonic 4K and 8K TVs have good ratings compared to other brands as do all TVs built by Panasonic.
Has a Built-In Camera
The Panasonic TX-50AX800 has a built-in camera, which is unusual. Most of the other 4K and 8K TVs that were launched around the same time as the TX-50AX800 do not have a built-in camera.
Alternative TVs with a built-in camera currently available which you might want to consider include the LG 65LA970[plb_1734265_price] which has better reviews.
Has a Wi-Fi
The TX-50AX800 has a wi-Fi. Most of the other 4K and 8K TVs that have been on the market for more than two years also have a wi-Fi.
We think you might also be interested in some of the alternative televisions with a wi-Fi currently available including because of it's better review score, the Samsung UE48HU7500[plb_2284995_price].
Very Fast Motion Interpolation Frequency
With a motion interpolation frequency of 2,000 hertz, the Panasonic TX-50AX800 has a very fast motion interpolation frequency compared to most of the other 4K and 8K TVs that were launched around the same time as the TX-50AX800. Similar spec TVs that are a comparable age to the TX-50AX800 have motion interpolation frequencys of between 120Hz and 3,000Hz, and the average motion interpolation frequency is 880Hz.
2160p Supported Video Modes
The TX-50AX800 supports a 2160p supported video modes which is better than most 4K and 8K TVs that are a similar age to it. Most 4K and 8K TVs that were launched around the same time as it support a 1080p supported video modes. This Panasonic TV also support 1080i, 576i and 576p and 720p supported video modess.
A 2160p supported video modes is actually the best supported video mode amongst all TVs of a similar age and type to the TX-50AX800.
A 480p supported video modes is the worst supported video mode across similar types of television.
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Supports Two Image Formats Supporteds
The number of image formats supported by the TX-50AX800 is more than most televisions of a similar type and age to it. The most commonly supported image formats supported is JPG, but this image formats supported is not supported by this TV. The image formats supporteds JPEG XR and MPO are also supported by this television.
Supports One Compatible Memory Cards
The number of compatible memory cards supported by the TX-50AX800 is more than most televisions of a comparable age and spec to it. The most commonly supported compatible memory cards is SD, but this compatible memory cards is not supported by this TV. The compatible memory cardss SDXC are also supported by this television.
Has Four Smart Modess
The number of smart modes found on the TX-50AX800 is more than most 4K and 8K TVs that have been around for more than two years. This Panasonic TV has a Game smart modes, which is the most commonly found smart modes found on 4K and 8K TVs that were released more than two years ago. The smart modess "Cinema", "Dynamic" and "Standard" are also found on this TV.
Analog Tuner Type
This TV has an Analog & Digital tuner type, which is the most commonly found tuner type on 4K and 8K TVs that have been available for a similar time to it.
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Does Not Support Smart TV
The Panasonic TX-50AX800 does not support smart TV, unlike most of the other comparable spec TVs that have been around for around the same time as the TX-50AX800.
We compared all the other TVs which also support smart TV to this TV and we think the LG 65LA970[plb_1734265_price], or the Philips 65PUS9809[plb_2436937_price] which also has a higher rating is also worth considering.
Very High Running Costs
This Panasonic TV is rated B for energy efficiency, and the TX-50AX800 has an average running cost of £381 over 5 years based on typical usage levels and energy prices, which makes it one of the most expensive to run 4K and 8K TVs that have been available for more than two years.
Does Not Feature OLED Technology
Most TVs of this type and age do not feature OLED technology. The TX-50AX800 is no exception to this as it too does not feature OLED technology.
We think you might also be interested in other TVs which also feature OLED technology including the Samsung UE55HU7200[plb_2432088_price].
Only Supports Eight Video Formats Supporteds
The number of video formats supported by the TX-50AX800 is more than most televisions that were launched around the same time as it. This television supports an AVI video formats supported, which is the most frequently supported video formats supported supported by TVs that were launched more than two years ago. The video formats supporteds "AVCHD", "FLV", "MKV", "MP4", "TS", "VOB" and "WMV" are also supported by this TV.
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Quite Low RMS Rated Power
Across all the televisions that have been on the market for a similar time to the TX-50AX800 the RMS rated powers range from 8W to 120W. When compared to other TVs that have been on the market for a comparable time to the TX-50AX800, the RMS rated power of the TX-50AX800 of only 8 Watts is one of the lowest.
Very Low Subwoofer RMS Power
The TX-50AX800 has a fairly low subwoofer RMS power (only 10 Watts) compared to most of the other televisions of a comparable spec and age to the TX-50AX800. The average subwoofer RMS power of TVs that have been on the market for a comparable time to the TX-50AX800 is 21W, and the subwoofer RMS powers range from 2W to 70W.
Only 2D Comb Filter
This TV has a 2D/3D comb filter, which is the most frequently found comb filter on televisions of a comparable age and type to it.
Only Three HDMI Ports Quantitys
The Panasonic TX-50AX800 is a three HDMI ports quantity television. Most of the other comparable spec TVs that were launched around the same time as the TX-50AX800 have between one and four HDMI ports quantitys.
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4K Ultra HD HD Type
The display resolution of this TV is 4K Ultra HD, which is typical of many 4K and 8K TVs that have been around for around the same time as it. 4K Ultra HD TVs have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
4K Ultra HD TVs have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Released Over Two Years Ago
This TV has been on the market for over two years.
At 42 millimeters, the TX-50AX800 has a fairly standard depth compared to most of the other TVs that are a similar age to the TX-50AX800.
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