Panasonic TX32FS503B HDR Smart LED TV HD Ready

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Original Price €449.00
Current Price €359.00
Model Number : TX32FS503B
Included in this price is a recycling charge of €5.
Brand
Panasonic
Size
32"
Size
40"

HDR compatibility for enhanced contrast
Although the Panasonic TX-32FS503B isn't a 4K UHD TV it is compatible with HDR signals. HDR (High Dynamic Range) preserves the detail in the brightest and darkest scenes, giving greatly enhanced realism.

Adaptive Backlit Dimming
Getting the most from HDR, Adaptive Backlit Dimming maximises the contrast ratio. This gives that extra layer of realism to images, presenting the picture closer to how the producer intended.

800 Hz BMR for a smoother response
With its 800 Hz BMR (Backlight Motion Rate) panel, this 32 inch Panasonic TV offers super-smooth motion. This means that when watching action movies or sport, the TX32FS503B has the speed and clarity to keep up with the action without motion blur.

My Home Screen 3.0 for smart connectivity
Panasonic’s latest version of their smart operating system gives you access to a wide range of top quality apps. For catch-up TV fans, both Netflix and the BBC iPlayer are on board, plus a host of other apps. Smart connectivity also brings together a host of features that make this much more than 'just' a TV, letting you stream video, photos and music from another source, such as your PC, via DLNA.

Twin USBs and USB record
The Panasonic FS503B range also comes with twin USB sockets. Matching the twin HDMI sockets, these are handy for plugging in media devices, such as a memory stick for music playback. USB recording is also standard, meaning you can connect a suitable HDD (Hard Disk Drive) device and record live TV.

Swipe and Share
The TX32FS503B comes with Swipe and Share, which via the Panasonic Remote TV app on your smartphone, enables you to stream pictures, videos and music to the TV, wirelessly.

Sleek style
The slim panel and thin bezel are complemented by the curved, metallic stand. Its slim design also makes the TV easier to place on narrower surfaces, where the TV overhangs the edges.