Panasonic JX600 Entry-Level 4K TV Series Announced

Posted on 6th September, 2021

Panasonic JX600 Entry-Level 4K TV Series Announced

Panasonic has added the budget-friendly JX600 series to its 2021 4K TV range.

Panasonic's JX600 4K LED TV series has been unveiled as a replacement for the HX600 and will be available in 50-inch and 43-inch flavours from October.

Panasonic JX600 4K TV

The new smart TV's boast Dolby Atmos audio processing, along with Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG support, although HDR10+ is conspicuous by its absence.

Google Assistant and Alexa voice integration is onboard, as is a “full range of content, apps and streaming services”, including YouTube, Netflix, Prime Video and Twitch.

Panasonic JX600 4K TV

Connectivity includes a trio of HDMI ports as well as USB, Ethernet and Digital Audio outputs. Unfortunately, more extensive details and spec are pretty scant at the moment. However, we are told that the JX600 does feature a dedicated Game Mode, which will automatically provide the best picture settings for when gaming and reduce input lag to a minimum. It would have been nice to have seen the likes of VRR and other such features that PS5 and Xbox Series X gamers are demanding included on the list, too, though.

Panasonic JX600 4K TV

The Panasonic JX600 costs £450 for the 43-inch model and £550 for the 50-inch version, and you get a choice of Dark Titanium or Silver finishes.

Visit Panasonic for more details


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