Amazon currently have the Panasonic TX-L50B6B 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD for only £439 which is a great deal for a TV of this spec. For more info about the TV, see below.
Panasonic 50″ FULL HD IPS LED TV in Slim Design – Size dimensions 1139 x 674 x 89mm. Built in Freeview HD Turner for free-to-air viewing in High Definition. Media Player – simply insert an SD Card or USB stick into the slot and enjoy previously saved photos and movie clips. High Contrast – acheives clear images and rich blacks. Energy Efficiency Class A+
The contemporary slim design of the B6 Series is easy to accommodate, whatever your décor. The televisions also feature an advanced LCD panel design which makes them extremely energy efficient. An ambient sensor monitors light levels in your living room and adjusts the image accordingly, while an Eco Navigation mode allows for simple adjustment of a variety of energy saving functions.
With two HDMI inputs, B6 Series LED TVs can be easily connected to other HD home entertainment equipment, including set top boxes and Blu-ray/DVD disc players. One HDMI connection is ARC (Audio Return Channel) enabled, making it simple to connect to a soundbar or surround sound system.
In addition to twin HDMI inputs, B6 Series LED TVs also feature an optical digital audio output, which can be used with compatible surround sound audio systems, along with SCART and component video inputs, plus a CI common Interface slot. If you have music, video or JPEG files you want to enjoy on the big screen, there’s a USB v2.0 media reader too, compatible with all popular file formats.
Panasonic B6 Series HD-ready LED televisions combine outstanding image quality with unbeatable value for money. Features freeview HD, integrated USB media playback plus a high quality V-Audio sound system. An integrated Freeview HD tuner offers over 100 TV and radio services, including four HD channels, without the need for any additional subscriptions or service contracts.
On-mode power consumption
72 Kilowatts per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.