Panasonic TX-L24XM6B 24-inch Widescreen HD Ready Viera LED TV

Late last year we decided that we would replace the old TV within Roo’s bedroom with a new slim design TV.  Her old TV was one that we had for a number of years and was slowing starting to fail.  With poor sound and picture quality we wanted something that would enable Roo and Tigger to play their computer games, listen to music and play their favourite films on without the problems that they currently had.

Panasonic TX-L24XM6B

After looking at was available within our given price range we opted for the Panasonic TX-L24XM6B a slim design TV.

Panasonic TX-L24XM6B

Key features

  • Slim Design
  • Dot Noise Reduction
  • Media Player (Photo and Music)
  • High Contrast
  • USB
  • Energy Efficiency Class A

Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…

In hindsight I think we would have been better to have spent a little more and purchased a SMART TV so that the children would have access to the range of apps available like Netflix, YouTube and Hopster.  Although this isn’t too much of a problem and can easily be fixed by installing a SMART blu-ray player, Amazon Fire TV or similar device.

Panasonic TV

Roo and Tigger however are none the wiser that it doesn’t come with SMART TV apps are quite happy that they can get Minecraft, Skylanders and Disney Infinity on it as well as being able to watch their favourite films on it.  Roo is especially making full use of the speakers by playing One Direction and Katy Perry at high volume (apologies neighbours but at least it drowns out her singing #silverlining).

Overall we are very happy with the TV the slim design means that Roo has much more room on her desk, the sound and picture quality it perfect for what the children use it for and would make a perfect second TV in any other room in the home.

Price and Availability

The Panasonic TX-L24XM6B has a £300 RRP, however is available for around £250 depending on which retailer you buy it from.

Disclosure: I am a Panasonic Brit Blogger, for which I received the Panasonic TX-L24XM6B FOC for the purpose of review.



  1. May 7, 2015 / 3:39 pm

    This does look good, though I think you’re right about going for smart TV’s with new purchases now. Kids, however, are likely to just be delighted anyway! We’ve had a fair few Panasonic products in our time, and have always been pleased with them. Love that it also has the power to drown out singing! x

  2. Michael
    August 10, 2015 / 8:47 pm

    You picked a good television set for the children. Many people are switching from subscribing to expensive TV suppliers such as Sky, to Freeview and then paying for either Amazon or Netflix for box sets or films.

    Liking the blog 😉

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