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ARGOS Panasonic 58 Inch DX700B 4K UHD Smart LED TV £674.10 with code TVSAVE

£674.10 @ Argos
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% The Panasonic 58'' DX700B Smart LED TV delivers 4 times more detail than HD, so watching all of your favourite films and shows are sure to be an incredible experience. Load… Read More
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Use code TVSAVE to save 10% The Panasonic 58'' DX700B Smart LED TV delivers 4 times more detail than HD, so watching all of your favourite films and shows are sure to be an incredible experience. Loaded with apps and a Quad Core Processor, it offers great performance and faster streaming of services. A new Firefox OS-based home screen makes it easy to access the content you want with intuitive operation.

Freeview play makes catch up TV easy. Get programmes from BBC iPlayer, ITV hub, All 4 and Demand 5, as well as over 60 TV channels and 12 HD channels. All you have to do is scroll back in your TV guide to enjoy catch up from the last 7 days. Just connected your TV to the internet using the built-in Wi-Fi and you're good to go.
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#1
I hear good things about the DX range for sub £1k units
#2
robjewitt
I hear good things about the DX range for sub £1k units


Still, it's a 10 bit panel https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-dx700-tx-58dx700b-uhd-4k-tv-review.12515
3 Likes #3
robjewitt
robjewitt
I hear good things about the DX range for sub £1k units


Still, it's a 10 bit panel https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-dx700-tx-58dx700b-uhd-4k-tv-review.12515


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#4
robjewitt
robjewitt
I hear good things about the DX range for sub £1k units
Still, it's a 10 bit panel https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-dx700-tx-58dx700b-uhd-4k-tv-review.12515

Not a 10 bit panel you surely mean?
#5
He meant 8 bit..
#6
I'd get rid of my 3D Pany for this
#7
does this have 5yr warranty from Panasonic?
#8
hhali
does this have 5yr warranty from Panasonic?
No... which makes this deal cold
#9
Could get price match from JL? But is this TV any good??
2 Likes #10
linhang90
Could get price match from JL? But is this TV any good??
I have the 50" version and yes its an 8 bit panel but picture quality is fine. Obviously it helps having a decent source to watch from. Don't have sky q or bt sports so not sure what their 4k quality is like but normal hd upscales fine and even sd content is watchable.
The only issue is that the firefox os it uses is end of life so no more new applications but all the catchup/streaming apps are there and work fine, especially Netflix since it has the dedicated button on the remote.
Viewing angles aren't great though. I'll keep mine for a year or two and then upgrade.
1 Like #11
I don't think JL recognise the discount code
#12
Can the feet be adjusted on this more towards the centre ? Argos answers say yes but reviewer says no
#13
kaiser051
Can the feet be adjusted on this more towards the centre ? Argos answers say yes but reviewer says no

Yes it can, only the 40 inch version of this tv can't be adjusted.
1 Like #14
Prosamuraiman
kaiser051
Can the feet be adjusted on this more towards the centre ? Argos answers say yes but reviewer says no
Yes it can, only the 40 inch version of this tv can't be adjusted.
Cheers for the reply
#15
is the Panasonic 58dx750b a better model than this?
#16
Yes it's the model up from this. It's only £720 after cashback on very.
#17
slipperyBoosh
Yes it's the model up from this. It's only £720 after cashback on very.


I've been looking at it the last few days. I'd like a 3D TV before they stop making them. Gets good reviews in general but have seen some negative comments about banding... clouding.. etc..

I'm still using an LG plasma from 6 year ago... which has been terrific.

Not sure if I'd regret upgrading to the 750b
#18
gordies
robjewitt
robjewitt
I hear good things about the DX range for sub £1k units
Still, it's a 10 bit panel https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-dx700-tx-58dx700b-uhd-4k-tv-review.12515

Not a 10 bit panel you surely mean?


Exactly. Still *not* a 10 bit panel, I meant. Doh!
#19
Not a good deal.
1 Like #20
excellent!! cheers!!
#21
Is it real Panasonic or vestel?
#22
tomarter
I don't think JL recognise the discount code
they don't stock this tv now but they did here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/john-lewis-panasonic-viera-58dx700b-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-58-with-freeview-2640614
#23
pavel76
hhali
does this have 5yr warranty from Panasonic?
No... which makes this deal cold
https://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/panasonic/viera-tx58dx700b/pana-tx58dx700b
2 Likes #24
pavel76
hhali
does this have 5yr warranty from Panasonic?
No... which makes this deal cold

Yes it does have the 5 year warranty if you register

http://promotions.panasonic.co.uk/promotions/promotions/view_terms/117

Purchase Period: 01/04/2016 - 30/06/2017
Claim by 31/07/2017

Qualifying products are:
DX700 SERIES: TX-40DX700B, TX-50DX700B, TX-58DX700B
DX750 SERIES: TX-50DX750B, TX-58DX750B, TX-65DX750B
DX902 SERIES: TX-58DX902B, TX-65DX902B

I'm going for the TX-58DX750B from Very, £720 if BNPL after cashback, great price with 5 year Panasonic warranty.
1 Like #25
ecnirp98
pavel76
hhali
does this have 5yr warranty from Panasonic?
No... which makes this deal cold
Yes it does have the 5 year warranty if you registerhttp://promotions.panasonic.co.uk/promotions/promotions/view_terms/117
Purchase Period: 01/04/2016 - 30/06/2017
Claim by 31/07/2017
Qualifying products are:
DX700 SERIES: TX-40DX700B, TX-50DX700B, TX-58DX700B
DX750 SERIES: TX-50DX750B, TX-58DX750B, TX-65DX750B
DX902 SERIES: TX-58DX902B, TX-65DX902B
I'm going for the TX-58DX750B from Very, £720 if BNPL after cashback, great price with 5 year Panasonic warranty.
You will not get 5 years warranty if bought at Very or Argos
5. Specific Seller Exclusions: Products purchased from participating retailers via Ebay or Amazon whether listed as new or otherwise will not be eligible for the promotion. National retailers, such as: Currys, John Lewis, Costco, Argos, Amazon or Supermarkets - are not eligible retailers)
#26
pavel76
ecnirp98
pavel76
hhali
does this have 5yr warranty from Panasonic?
No... which makes this deal cold
Yes it does have the 5 year warranty if you registerhttp://promotions.panasonic.co.uk/promotions/promotions/view_terms/117
Purchase Period: 01/04/2016 - 30/06/2017
Claim by 31/07/2017
Qualifying products are:
DX700 SERIES: TX-40DX700B, TX-50DX700B, TX-58DX700B
DX750 SERIES: TX-50DX750B, TX-58DX750B, TX-65DX750B
DX902 SERIES: TX-58DX902B, TX-65DX902B
I'm going for the TX-58DX750B from Very, £720 if BNPL after cashback, great price with 5 year Panasonic warranty.
You will not get 5 years warranty if bought at Very or Argos
5. Specific Seller Exclusions: Products purchased from participating retailers via Ebay or Amazon whether listed as new or otherwise will not be eligible for the promotion. National retailers, such as: Currys, John Lewis, Costco, Argos, Amazon or Supermarkets - are not eligible retailers)

I thought Very would be ok as they are not listed and are not high street sellers, they do not have shops do they?
Seems a con on the 5 year deal, is this aimed at buying from independent shops?
1 Like #27
I have this TV and it ranges from good to excellent. I find myself messing with it quite a bit though I think the problem is more me changing levels on picture presets. It does give a much better picture than I have ever been used to and I think I'm picking upon things just because I'm not used to the clarity. I paid £729 at Richer Sounds getting the 6 year warranty.
#29
ecnirp98
pavel76
ecnirp98
pavel76
hhali
does this have 5yr warranty from Panasonic?
No... which makes this deal cold
Yes it does have the 5 year warranty if you registerhttp://promotions.panasonic.co.uk/promotions/promotions/view_terms/117
Purchase Period: 01/04/2016 - 30/06/2017
Claim by 31/07/2017
Qualifying products are:
DX700 SERIES: TX-40DX700B, TX-50DX700B, TX-58DX700B
DX750 SERIES: TX-50DX750B, TX-58DX750B, TX-65DX750B
DX902 SERIES: TX-58DX902B, TX-65DX902B
I'm going for the TX-58DX750B from Very, £720 if BNPL after cashback, great price with 5 year Panasonic warranty.
You will not get 5 years warranty if bought at Very or Argos
5. Specific Seller Exclusions: Products purchased from participating retailers via Ebay or Amazon whether listed as new or otherwise will not be eligible for the promotion. National retailers, such as: Currys, John Lewis, Costco, Argos, Amazon or Supermarkets - are not eligible retailers)
I thought Very would be ok as they are not listed and are not high street sellers, they do not have shops do they?
Seems a con on the 5 year deal, is this aimed at buying from independent shops?
Every seller which fine for extended warranty clearly shows this on their page... Very is not eliglible
1 Like #30
I got the 750b which is a 100hz panel compared to the 50hz of the 700b.
Have to say, it has a beautiful picture but you do have to mess about with the settings. Try the settings on av forums.
I also have sky q which doesn't auto set your settings when switching to 4k. Make sure your colour gamut is set to rec 2020 or will just look like normal hd.
#31
stephenmichael3785
I got the 750b which is a 100hz panel compared to the 50hz of the 700b.
Have to say, it has a beautiful picture but you do have to mess about with the settings. Try the settings on av forums.
I also have sky q which doesn't auto set your settings when switching to 4k. Make sure your colour gamut is set to rec 2020 or will just look like normal hd.


hows the 750b for clouding? I hear it can be seen on it quite bad?

also hows the lag with gaming on it?
#32
TVS10 code has expired
1 Like #33
can now use code tvsave
#34
makershaker
stephenmichael3785
I got the 750b which is a 100hz panel compared to the 50hz of the 700b.
Have to say, it has a beautiful picture but you do have to mess about with the settings. Try the settings on av forums.
I also have sky q which doesn't auto set your settings when switching to 4k. Make sure your colour gamut is set to rec 2020 or will just look like normal hd.


hows the 750b for clouding? I hear it can be seen on it quite bad?

also hows the lag with gaming on it?


I have the 58dx802b, no visible lag with gaming, some pixelation in dark areas when upscaling 720p and SD content, which is probably because it's hard to upscale these formats to 4K. 1080p content (especially bluray) looks phenomenal and pretty near to native 4K. 4K blurays are out of this world. Black levels across the board are superb. I came from having a pioneer Kuro, which I still use in second room, but have no complaints and actually prefer the picture on this than the Kuro.

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