Panasonic’s TV collection is never a bad place to start your search for a new telly. Long-established as one of the world’s leading home entertainment brands, this innovative Japanese manufacturer is invariably at the forefront of the latest developments in televisual tech.
True to form, our current range of Panasonic TVs showcases an array of exciting features and image enhancing technologies, all contained in sleek, meticulously engineered designs that will add a touch of class to any living room.
If you’re eager to experience Ultra HD entertainment, you’ll find an extensive selection of Panasonic 4K TVs to choose from across a broad spectrum of screen sizes. Our selection ranges from compact 32 inch models that will slot neatly into smaller spaces, to super-sized 65 inch screens that promise to propel you into the heart of the onscreen action.
Alongside Ultra HD, Panasonic’s best TVs are equipped with the latest image enhancing tech, like OLED and HDR10+.
OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode, which describes a particular type of advanced TV panel technology that offers greater vibrancy and depth than LED backlit screens. Check out the Panasonic OLED TV range to view the complete OLED selection.
HDR10+ is another abbreviation worth noting if you’re in the market for a new television that’s ahead of the TV tech curve. This exciting new technology unleashes a broader colour range by using ‘dynamic metadata’. In practice, this means Panasonic HDR10+ TVs are capable of displaying HDR10+ content – which is becoming increasingly popular – at its rich, beautifully vibrant best.
For an even more immersive cinematic experience, our Panasonic television collection also features the latest Dolby technologies - Dolby Atmos and Vision- as well as the powerful HCX Pro Intelligent Processor. HXC (which stands for Hollywood Cinema eXperience), Panasonic’s latest processor, rapidly analyses the colour, contrast and clarity of any video content, continually optimising it and displaying the best possible picture to the panel.