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Panasonic TX40DX600B 40″ vs Samsung UE40J5100 40″ TV Comparison

//Panasonic TX40DX600B 40″ vs Samsung UE40J5100 40″ TV Comparison

Panasonic TX40DX600B 40″ vs Samsung UE40J5100 40″ TV Comparison

Panasonic TX40DX600B 40″ vs Samsung UE40J5100 40″ TV Comparison

Thanks for stopping by to read our review and product comparison of the Panasonic TX40DX600B and the Samsung UE40J5100 which are available from at the best price from Currys at just £429 and £279.

Panasonic TX40DX600B 40

Panasonic TX40DX600B 40″
Samsung UE40J5100 40

Samsung UE40J5100 40″
Brand

Panasonic

Samsung

Key Features
  • 4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD
  • Access 4k content on Netflix & Amazon Prime
  • Tuner: Freeview Play
  • Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 x 2 & HDMI x 1
  • Full HD 1080p
  • Tuner: Freeview HD
  • Connectivity: HDMI x 2
  • Colour

    Black

    Screen Type

    LED edgelit

    LED backlit

    Screen Size

    40″

    40″

    Resolution

    3840 x 2160

    1920 x 1080

    Motion Rate

    N/A

    N/A

    Connections

    – HDMI 2.0 x 2 (ARC compatible x 1) – HDMI x 1 – Component input x 1 – Composite input x 1 – Optical x 1 – USB 2.0 x 1 – USB 3.0 x 1

    – HDMI x 2 – SCART x 1 – Component input x 1 – Composite input x 1 – USB 2.0 x 1

    TV Tuner

    Freeview Play

    DVB-T2 Freeview HD Tuner

    Programme Guide

    7-day EPG and 7-day catch up with Freeview Play

    Yes

    Speakers

    2

    2

    Audio Power

    20 W

    20 W

    Sound Enhancement

    VR-Audio True Surround

    – DTS Premium Sound 5.1 – DTS Studio Sound – Dolby Digital Plus

    Other Features

    Adaptive Backlight Dimming

    tbc

    Energy Rating

    B

    A+

    On Mode Power Consumption

    68 W

    45 W

    Annual Power Consumption

    95 kWh

    66 kWh

    Box Content

    – Panasonic VIERA TX-40DX600B Smart 4k Ultra HD 40″ LED TV – Remote control – Batteries – Instruction leaflet – Stand – Fixing screws

    – Samsung UE40J5100 40″ LED TV – Standard remote control – Wall mount support – User manual – AC power cable

    Dimensions

    – Unboxed: 518 x 904 x 49 mm (H x W x D) – Unboxed with stand: 573 x 904 x 364 mm (H x W x D) – Boxed: 680 x 1345 x 118 mm (H x W x D)

    – Unboxed: 533 x 908 x 49 mm (H x W x D) – Unboxed with stand: 578 x 908 x 196 mm (H x W x D) – Boxed: 600 x 1100 x 120 mm (H x W x D)

    Weight

    – Unboxed: 12 kg – Unboxed with stand: 14 kg – Boxed: 17 kg

    – Unboxed: 7.6 kg – Unboxed with stand: 8.3 kg – Boxed: 10.7 kg

    Guarantee

    1 year

    1 year

    Brightness

    N/A

    N/A

    Review Score

    9.1 out of 10

    9.0 out of 10

    Price

    £429.00

    £279.00

    Buy

    Getting the best TV for your budget

    Clearly you want to get the most for your money. That’s the very reason for this comparison. Chances are you’ve nailed down your decision between the Panasonic TX40DX600B and the Samsung UE40J5100 and now just need to know which one to go for. The feature list above provides a side-by-side comparison of the two televisions to help you make that final decision. Features will of course be an important part of that decision, such as the screen resolution, whether it offers 4K and features such as smart TV functionality. We only provide comparisons on TV’s that we recommend, and also from suppliers that we trust.

    What do the Panasonic TX40DX600B and the Samsung UE40J5100 offer

    It’s pretty obvious at this point that both televisions are great value for money. The feature list above really helps to clarify that. But there are of course some features that one set has, and the other won’t. The Panasonic TX40DX600B offers a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 with a screen that offers LED edgelit. The sound system integrated into the set has 2 speakers with a 20 W power output. It also benefits from Freeview Play and a range of connectors. The Samsung UE40J5100 offers 1920 x 1080 resolution on LED backlit. As part of the kit you get DVB-T2 Freeview HD Tuner, 2 speakers with an audio output of 20 W.

    Total Dimensions and unit Weight

    Before you go ahead and click the buy button just make sure that you properly measure the area, surface or wall that your TV will be mounted or stood. It’s all very well going for a huge screen but it needs to be practical too, so ensure you have sufficient space first.

    Box content for TX40DX600B and UE40J5100

    The Panasonic TX40DX600B includes: – Panasonic VIERA TX-40DX600B Smart 4k Ultra HD 40″ LED TV – Remote control – Batteries – Instruction leaflet – Stand – Fixing screws.

    The Samsung UE40J5100 includes: – Samsung UE40J5100 40″ LED TV – Standard remote control – Wall mount support – User manual – AC power cable.

    TX40DX600B and UE40J5100 Reviews

    Reading a customer review is one of the most influential factors for customers choosing an electrical item. When you click on the item above you will be directed to one of our trusted partners where you’ll be able to read tons of customer experiences, good or bad. We have also gathered the overall scores for each TV set based on verified owner reviews (verified by Revoo).

    Panasonic TX40DX600B Scored: 9.1 out of 10.

    Samsung UE40J5100 Scored: 9.0 out of 10.

    Energy efficiency rating

    Thanks to the introduction of LED technology in televisions over recent years, many of our TV sets now offer an A+ energy rating. The energy rating is important for those that are conscious of their environmental impact, and those that need to consider ongoing running costs. The Panasonic TX40DX600B has an energy efficiency rating of B with an annual energy consumption of just 95 kWh, whereas the Samsung UE40J5100 has a rating of A+ and an annual energy consumption of 66 kWh.

    Samsung UE40J5100 40″

    9 stars –
    based on 802 reviews
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