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50" Panasonic TX-50A400B £399.00 @ Amazon UK and Tesco

£399.00 @ Amazon
Looking at TV deals, notices this get some love at £419 so thought I would mention its now even cheaper at £399 Hope this helps someone out. Edit - thanks to RealistRaja for pointing out using c… Read More
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Looking at TV deals, notices this get some love at £419 so thought I would mention its now even cheaper at £399

Hope this helps someone out.

Edit - thanks to RealistRaja for pointing out using code TDX-KPMG its the same price at our Lovely Tesco and currently comes with the 5 year guarantee...

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Any reviews on this would be appreciated, i have an 8 year old Panasonic Plasma which although still ok im looking to upsize
#2
You can get this at Tesco same price with code, plus 5 year warranty.
#5
Cool, whats the code? As its 420 on the site?
#6
MungoSplodge
Any reviews on this would be appreciated, i have an 8 year old Panasonic Plasma which although still ok im looking to upsize

Just got the 42" version. Not overly impressed tbh. It's a very average image quality imo, and it doesn't improve with a blu-ray upscaling anything. The 39" & 40" Samsungs we have both beat it quite easily, and the 39" Samsung is a refurb.

No features on it to speak of, controls are pretty much standard and basic, nothing on it to improve image quality over and above contrast/brightness/etc.

It's not a bad TV tbh and we paid sub-£300, but it's only worth sub-£300 imo.
#7

That's a very accurate review and 6/10 is spot on. I'd probably give it 5/10.
#8
Quids
MungoSplodge
Any reviews on this would be appreciated, i have an 8 year old Panasonic Plasma which although still ok im looking to upsize

Just got the 42" version. Not overly impressed tbh. It's a very average image quality imo, and it doesn't improve with a blu-ray upscaling anything. The 39" & 40" Samsungs we have both beat it quite easily, and the 39" Samsung is a refurb.

No features on it to speak of, controls are pretty much standard and basic, nothing on it to improve image quality over and above contrast/brightness/etc.

It's not a bad TV tbh and we paid sub-£300, but it's only worth sub-£300 imo.

Ok, but this is the larger one.Are you saying this one is only worth <300? Or the 42" you bought?
#9
MungoSplodge
Quids
MungoSplodge
Any reviews on this would be appreciated, i have an 8 year old Panasonic Plasma which although still ok im looking to upsize

Just got the 42" version. Not overly impressed tbh. It's a very average image quality imo, and it doesn't improve with a blu-ray upscaling anything. The 39" & 40" Samsungs we have both beat it quite easily, and the 39" Samsung is a refurb.

No features on it to speak of, controls are pretty much standard and basic, nothing on it to improve image quality over and above contrast/brightness/etc.

It's not a bad TV tbh and we paid sub-£300, but it's only worth sub-£300 imo.

Ok, but this is the larger one.Are you saying this one is only worth <300? Or the 42" you bought?

The 42".

And ours has bad motion blur, which I believe shouldn't happen on this TV.

£400 for a TV isn't bad, but I wouldn't buy this model again.
1 Like #10
£20 off Technology & Electrical when you spend £150 or more using eCoupon code TDX-KPMG
@Tesco
#11
Poor picture say reviews avoid
#12
I have this tv and I have no complaints neither have the majority of reviews that are posted about it!
#13
my mum has the 42", not a very good tv
#14
chrisdoran
I have this tv and I have no complaints neither have the majority of reviews that are posted about it!
The majority say poor picture
#16
I agree but is there another 50 inch tv around £400 with better reviews than panasonic just want for master bedroom
#17

Dude, thats £220 quid more expensive with the warranty and delivery... how are they even comparable?
#18
MungoSplodge

Dude, thats £220 quid more expensive with the warranty and delivery... how are they even comparable?

JL did price match with warranty and free delivery at 549. Its 5 inches bigger, that usually adds £100 to the price anyway. And it doesn't have the picture problems/motion blur that everyone is moaning about with this set. In terms of quality, its better value for money. This panasonic is a false economy.

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