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Panasonic AS6xx (2014) Series

alaTest has collected and analyzed 478 reviews of Panasonic AS6xx (2014) Series. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers really like the image quality and design. The usability and size also get good feedback, whereas many are negative about the remote control and durability.

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durability, remote control

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Panasonic AS6xx (2014) Series is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 user reviews of Panasonic AS6xx (2014) Series from The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category on

82% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

Sep, 2020

Expert review by : Will Greenwald (

Panasonic TC-55AS680U


Panasonic's TC-55AS680U LED HDTV offers plenty of connected features and good colors, but it suffers from weak black levels.

Very bright panel. Accurate colors. My Home Screen function is useful.

Weak black levels. Mediocre contrast ratio for the price. Screen whines when backlight is set to maximum. Touchpad remote feels unnecessary and awkward.

Conclusion Panasonic's TC-55AS680U is a solid HDTV on paper, and its colors are very well-balanced, but its price tag and poor contrast leave it behind more affordable connected options like the TCL 55FS4610R . It's a good choice if you can find it at...

Nov, 2014

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Panasonic TC-60AS650U Series


The 60” Panasonic contended well with other sets in its price range, boasting great detail in dark scenes and smooth motion during action scenes. Panasonic scored well in scenes of motion and displayed great detail and contrast in dark scenes....

Expert review by : John Archer (

Panasonic TX-40AS640


Recent price cuts make this another great value HD TV.

Great price ; Good 2D picture quality ; Attractive design

3D is terrible ; Inconsistent lag may affect gaming slightly ; Pictures aren't very bright

Don’t leave the contrast set to the maximum level preferred by some of the set’s picture presets either, as this can elevate noise levels and leave peak whites and bright colours looking a touch strained.

Dec, 2014

Recommended by TR

Expert review by : John Archer (

Panasonic TX-48AS640


A great mid-range option so long as you're not a big fan of 3D

Very good HD picture quality ; Good value ; Excellent smart TV features - especially Freetime

Have to work round some backlight clouding ; Crosstalk and flicker with 3D ; Standard definition pictures only average

Contrast shouldn’t ever sit higher than around its 80 level if you want to stop pictures looking noisy, and finally on balance we chose to leave the Adaptive Backlight switched on, as it doesn’t cause many distracting light ‘leaps’.

Sep, 2014

Expert review by : John Archer (

Panasonic TX-42AS600


A smart-looking, feature-rich, affordable and eminently watchable 42-inch TV.

Great value ; Contrast-rich pictures ; Freetime works brilliantly

Motion looks soft ; Slightly limited viewing angle

If you want to go into a much more detailed calibration of your TV pictures, this is possible on the 42AS600 courtesy of an Advanced Settings menu that impressively includes white balance, colour management and gamma settings.

Sep, 2014

Expert review by : John Archer (

Panasonic TX-32AS600


A mostly good 32-inch TV let down by a familiar flaw

Freetime works brilliantly ; Bright, colourful pictures ; Attractive design

Contrast performance is below average ; Input lag is a little high ; Runs a little slugglishly at times

Set up tips would be that you reduce the backlight to below 50 per cent and set the adaptive backlight feature on when watching films in dark rooms, to try and reduce the impact of the set’s black level shortcomings; that you turn off all noise...

Jul, 2014

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Panasonic TX-47AS650B


A solid start for Panasonic's 2014 TV range, but it simply can't compete with better-value rivals

Sharp, detailed picture ; Decent smart offering ; Clever interface ; Clear, even-handed sound ; Two great remotes ; Slimline design

Price ; Colours are a little overplayed

Despite its unquestionable talents in almost every department, a £1000 price tag is a big price to pay when Sony, Philips and Samsung are offering great pictures for less money.

hcc best buy

Expert review by : John Archer (

Panasonic TX-48AS640 review


Panasonic's TX-48AS640 cuts a similar figure on your AV furniture to LG's 47LB730V, with a bezel that combines silver top and bottom edges with thin black sides to striking effect. Connectivity is similar too, with three HDMIs, two USBs and both...

Great contrast; integrated Freetime; good motion handling

Not as cheap as the Samsung; some crosstalk with 3D; average audio

Feb, 2015

hcc best buy

Expert review by : John Archer (

Panasonic TX-42AS600 review


This year was always likely to be a tricky one for Panasonic in TV terms, without having its ever-reliable plasma division to woo film fans. And to be honest it's lived up – and down – to expectations, with the brand so far delivering a slightly untidy...

Good, contrast-rich picture quality; decent value; Freetime is a welcome Smart TV addition; unobtrusive design

Some motion blur; standard-def colours look a little basic; some strong competition at this price level

Nov, 2014

Expert review by : Jamie Carter (

Panasonic TX-32AS600 review


Plenty of Smart TV apps but not enough processing power make an unhappy combination

All UK catch-up TV apps ; Netflix ; Swipe & Share ; Well presented Blu-ray

Lacks processing power ; Average contrast ; Motion blur ; Poor sound

There are few small TVs as smart as this, with the intuitive combination of My Home Screen, and Freetime and its roster of all UK catch-up TV apps. However, a lack of power makes Freetime no fun to navigate, while the screen only middling contrast and...

Jul, 2014

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