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Panasonic 2014 pricing
Prices on Panasonic's 2014 TVs announced

24 Feb 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

Panasonic has announced prices on some of their 2014 TVs. Panasonic’s second-generation 4K TVs will start at $4500 USD for a 58-inch model.

Prices on Panasonic's 2014 TVs

The list is not exhaustive, but includes the smallest model in the new AX800 4K TV, as well as the two AS650 and AS530 ranges. Panasonic’s new 4K TVs are not cheap, but the new Full HD models could look attractive. See the list below.

Panasonic AX800
Panasonic AX800 4K TVs


  • 58” TC-58AX800U - $4,499.99

  • 50” TC-50AS650U - $1199.99
  • 55” TC-55AS650U - $1499.99
  • 60” TC-60AS650U - $1699.99

  • 39” TC-39AS530U - $579.99
  • 50” TC-50AS530U - $899.99
  • 55” TC-55AS530U - $1099.99
  • 60” TC-60AS530U - $1399.99

    A full overview of Panasonic’s 2014 TV line-up will be published later.

    - Source: Panasonic



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