Panasonic TX-58DX902B 4K HDR UHD TV Review : Premium performance at a not-so-premium price

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What is the Panasonic DX902?

The DX902 is Panasonic’s flagship Ultra HD LED LCD TV for 2016 and includes all the features that you’d expect from a high-end 4K model. There’s a full array local dimming backlight with 512 zones and a unique honeycomb structure that is designed to minimise haloing. There’s support for Wider Colour Gamut (WCG), High Dynamic Range(HDR 10) and even active shutter 3D, although you’ll have to buy the glasses separately. There’s also THX and Ultra HD Premiumcertification, a full set of calibration controls, two remotes and Panasonic’s excellent Firefox Smart TV platform.

We reviewed the 65-inch TX-65DX902B at the end of January and were hugely impressed by the performance. However at the time HDRhadn’t been launched yet, so reviewing the 58-inch TX-58DX902B provides the perfect opportunity to see just how good this TV is when it comes to the latest technological innovations. Panasonic have also reduced the price of the range recently and as at the time of writing (August 2016) you can pick up the 58DX902 for just £1,999/$2,998. So if the 58DX902B is as good as its larger sibling, we could be looking at real bargain. Let’s find out…

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