Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Panasonic EX700B: our review mid-range TV

The Panasonic EX700 is a mid-range TV . This TV is behind the EX750, the main difference, apart from the design, is the processor, somewhat lower than the Top models. In addition the EX780 includes 3D and this model does not. The Smart system is the same: myHomeScreen 2.0 and connectivity and compatibility are good, 4K resolution and compatible with HDR10 and HLG. The USB and HDMI ports are compatible with most formats. In picture quality we find a TV recommended for those who enjoy watching movies in the dark, thanks to its VA panel offers deep blacks. Not a recommended TV to watch from the sides. The maximum brightness level is not the best of this TV. The design of the base allows you to place pedestals across the TV.

Technical / Specifications:

Specs and comments are of the specific product,
the same model can undergo important variations
Screen: 50, 58, 65 and 75 inches. Flat
TechnologyLCD-LED EdgeLED
Panel: VA 10bits
Resolution: 4K UHD 3840x2160
3D: -
BMR: 1600Hz
Smart TVMyHomeScreen 2.0
  • 4x HDMI (HDCP 2.2)
  • 3x USB (1x 3.0)
  • USB-HDD Recording
  • Audio: 20W 
View all specifications (Panasonic website)

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Our opinion Panasonic EX750B (veredict):

Our opinion on the Panasonic EX700 is good as a mid-range TV, although its price is too high to recommend it, at least until it comes down a bit. It is a good TV to watch movies, sports, etc ... the level of brightness is something low to take advantage of the HDR. The inputlag is low so it is recommended for gamers. The design of the base seems to interest us for those who have problems of space in the furniture. It is a good for a lower price than it sells TV. We recommend you check the Samsung MU6400 before deciding on this TV.

Model Name: Name of 2017 Panasonic
  • Panasonic 50EX700B
  • Panasonic 58EX700B
  • Panasonic 65EX700B
  • Panasonic 75EX700B

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