Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2

Discus and support Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2 in XBoX TV Hardware to solve the problem; Panasonic (Televisions) TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2 Ohh why i bought This cabel for 70$ :D Thank You for help i have to buy New... Discussion in 'XBoX TV Hardware' started by VEqZLB, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. VEqZLB
    VEqZLB Guest

    Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2


    Panasonic (Televisions) TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2
    Ohh why i bought This cabel for 70$ Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2 :D

    Thank You for help i have to buy New tv for 120hz

    :)
     
    VEqZLB, Sep 3, 2018
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  2. Nielo TM
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    Nielo TM, Sep 3, 2018
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  3. DarkPulse149
    DarkPulse149 Guest
    HDMI Cable cannot plug in!!

    Ok, Thank you

    This is probably too much info

    Panasonic LCD TV

    TC-26LX20

    TC-32LX20

    Again, much appreciated Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2 :)
     
    DarkPulse149, Sep 3, 2018
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  4. Echo4Ent
    Echo4Ent Guest

    Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2

    The 120hz is a "motion blur" feature of the TV, not an input refresh rate allowance. Your TV will only accept up to a 1080p 60hz signal, as shown in the TV's manual on page 48. You will need to set your output back to 60hz for the TV to accept the signal.

    ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/television/om/tc-l37d2_en_om.pdf
     
    Echo4Ent, Sep 3, 2018
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  5. VEqZLB
    VEqZLB Guest
    Ohh why i bought This cabel for 70$ Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2 :D

    Thank You for help i have to buy New tv for 120hz
     
    VEqZLB, Nov 5, 2018
    #5
  6. VEqZLB Win User

    Panasonic TC-50PS64: Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2

    Ohh why i bought This cabel for 70$ :D

    Thank You for help i have to buy New tv for 120hz
  7. Echo4Ent Win User

    Xbox One S 1080p 120Hz Viera TC L42D2

    The 120hz is a "motion blur" feature of the TV, not an input refresh rate allowance. Your TV will only accept up to a 1080p 60hz signal, as shown in the TV's manual on page 48. You will need to set your output back to 60hz for the TV to accept the signal.

    ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/television/om/tc-l37d2_en_om.pdf
  8. Nielo TM Win User

    Anyone have this tv?

    [quote user="Bat"]

    Games and sports. The only thing that really worries me if anything is the 6.5 response time. It will be fine though.

    [/quote]

    You're actually much better off with this

    -

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Panasonic-Smart-Viera-50-Class-Plasma-3D-1080p-600Hz-HDTV-TC-P50UT50/21014019
  9. DarkPulse149 Win User

    HDMI Cable cannot plug in!!

    Ok, Thank you

    This is probably too much info

    Panasonic LCD TV

    TC-26LX20

    TC-32LX20

    Again, much appreciated :)
  10. Lucky 1 Win User

    What good is a console without...

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