John lewis Panasonic Viera 58DX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" With Freeview Play, Built-In Wi-Fi & Art Of Interior Switch Design £699 John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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John lewis Panasonic Viera 58DX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" With Freeview Play, Built-In Wi-Fi & Art Of Interior Switch Design £699.00 John Lewis

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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… Read More
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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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2 Likes #1
check reviews before you buy this
2 Likes #2
BINALSEJ
check reviews before you buy this

As you would do with any big purchase. Reviews are all over 4 stars. 4.5 at Amazon for example.
5 Likes #3
LOL at the "Art Of Interior Switch Design" I thought wow that sounds exciting!!! .... looked it up... it turns out yoiu can move the feet oO:D

I have a Panasonic 4K and it's an amazing TV, I would recommend the brand at least :)
#4
Looks to be the same price at Richer Sounds with a FLASH100 code.
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/panasonic/viera-tx58dx700b/pana-tx58dx700b
1 Like #6
Just bear in mind that this is an 8 bit panel so can't display true HDR.
1 Like #7
donslibi
BINALSEJ
check reviews before you buy this
As you would do with any big purchase. Reviews are all over 4 stars. 4.5 at Amazon for example.

No need to be a **** about it especially when there's £700 at risk.

"With the adaptive backlight system active, the rather rudimentary local dimming engine working on the TV’s edge LED lighting array routinely causes pretty major distractions. These take the form of the overall brightness level of the image suddenly and dramatically shifting and, worse still, dramatic stripes and clouds of lighting around bright objects that appear against a dark background.

These issues are especially noticeable if bright objects are moving across the screen, since this causes the light stripes to move around too. It doesn’t help if you’re watching in a dark room, nor if what you’re watching has a wider aspect ratio than your TV screen and thus has black bars above and below the picture.

You can mitigate the HDR backlight issues somewhat if you keep your room bright – although which movie fan wants to do that? – and decrease the power of the adaptive backlight control. However, even on the minimum setting the backlight’s machinations are still regularly distracting."


Oh and to add to that there's an input lag of 55ms so don't bother if you're planning to play video games.
And a cheap nasty remote also.


Edited By: ValueForMoney on Mar 20, 2017 14:21
2 Likes #8
Ignore the idiot above. I've had this TV for a few months now and it's fantastic. I originally had purchased an LG and had to return it because the blacklight bleed was horrible. I've used this for everything including streaming 4k 60fps games from my PC to my Nvidia shield, make sure you turn on game mode and it'll be perfect.
5 Likes #9
ValueForMoney
donslibi
BINALSEJ
check reviews before you buy this
As you would do with any big purchase. Reviews are all over 4 stars. 4.5 at Amazon for example.
No need to be a **** about it especially when there's £700 at risk.
"With the adaptive backlight system active, the rather rudimentary local dimming engine working on the TV’s edge LED lighting array routinely causes pretty major distractions. These take the form of the overall brightness level of the image suddenly and dramatically shifting and, worse still, dramatic stripes and clouds of lighting around bright objects that appear against a dark background.
These issues are especially noticeable if bright objects are moving across the screen, since this causes the light stripes to move around too. It doesn’t help if you’re watching in a dark room, nor if what you’re watching has a wider aspect ratio than your TV screen and thus has black bars above and below the picture.
You can mitigate the HDR backlight issues somewhat if you keep your room bright – although which movie fan wants to do that? – and decrease the power of the adaptive backlight control. However, even on the minimum setting the backlight’s machinations are still regularly distracting."
Oh and to add to that there's an input lag of 55ms so don't bother if you're planning to play video games.
And a cheap nasty remote also.

Why was he being a ....t just stating the obvious .You need to chill out HUKD Is all about opinions
#10
ourdevonfamily
LOL at the "Art Of Interior Switch Design" I thought wow that sounds exciting!!! .... looked it up... it turns out yoiu can move the feet oO:D

I have a Panasonic 4K and it's an amazing TV, I would recommend the brand at least :)


Same here I thought it's some new cook technology X)
#11
Voted hot but waiting the same price tag on the 65dx700.
1 Like #12
Is this a rebadged vessel
11 Likes #13
deanos
Is this a rebadged vessel

Yes it was previously the HMS LG
1 Like #14
wandaluzt
deanos
Is this a rebadged vessel
Yes it was previously the HMS LG
Marked this as liked when I didn't. Intended to reply (wasn't looking) pretty dumb comment to a valid question. No, I don't think it is a Vestel. Only the 48" were at one time.That may have changed since tho
#15
PhilK
wandaluzt
deanos
Is this a rebadged vessel
Yes it was previously the HMS LG
Marked this as liked when I didn't. Intended to reply (wasn't looking) pretty dumb comment to a valid question. No, I don't think it is a Vestel. Only the 48" were at one time.That may have changed since tho

Sigh... Phil, read the comment again will you please, I was making light of an innocent spelling mistake. I doubt Deano's ego has been bruised as a result but apparently yours has on his behalf.

It is indeed a valid question and a standard one on a Panasonic thread. I never said otherwise did I?
2 Likes #16
Just coming by to drop off a sense of humour to a few people in this thread. My word some people are angry.
#17
don't like the stands. should be in centre.
1 Like #18
wandaluzt
deanos
Is this a rebadged vessel

Yes it was previously the HMS LG


lol, love it
#19
ourdevonfamily
LOL at the "Art Of Interior Switch Design" I thought wow that sounds exciting!!! .... looked it up... it turns out yoiu can move the feet oO:D
I have a Panasonic 4K and it's an amazing TV, I would recommend the brand at least :)

Lol is that it, I was expecting some kind of new feature
#20
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
#21
Its not pal.
#22
Back to £829 :(

Edited By: Daisychainstar on Mar 21, 2017 07:05: Spelling
3 Likes #23
threesixty360
Its not pal.

NTSC then? ;)
#24
Deal expired.
#25
deal expired now cheapest now AO.COM with code 4KTV10 £719.10 http://ao.com/product/tx58dx700b-panasonic-dx700-tv-black-40528-108.aspx
2 Likes #26
philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
You have never posted any deal here but trying to say this is Vestel. If you have no knowledge - don't speak and make a mess please. Only lower end models like CX400 were made by Vestel... 58DX700 was £1200 on release,so £699 is a great deal.
Richersounds still have it for £699 after FLASH100 code with 6 year warranty
#27
lol I see what you did there.
#28
pavel76
philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
You have never posted any deal here but trying to say this is Vestel. If you have no knowledge - don't speak and make a mess please. Only lower end models like CX400 were made by Vestel... 58DX700 was £1200 on release,so £699 is a great deal.
Richersounds still have it for £699 after FLASH100 code with 6 year warranty
that code finished
#29
discoman2016
pavel76
philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
You have never posted any deal here but trying to say this is Vestel. If you have no knowledge - don't speak and make a mess please. Only lower end models like CX400 were made by Vestel... 58DX700 was £1200 on release,so £699 is a great deal.
Richersounds still have it for £699 after FLASH100 code with 6 year warranty
that code finished
Yeah, looks like expired now... been working 2 hours ago
#30
pavel76
discoman2016
pavel76
philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
You have never posted any deal here but trying to say this is Vestel. If you have no knowledge - don't speak and make a mess please. Only lower end models like CX400 were made by Vestel... 58DX700 was £1200 on release,so £699 is a great deal.
Richersounds still have it for £699 after FLASH100 code with 6 year warranty
that code finished
Yeah, looks like expired now... been working 2 hours ago
no it wasn't i checked thats why i put comment 25 but nice try
#31
discoman2016
pavel76
discoman2016
pavel76
philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
You have never posted any deal here but trying to say this is Vestel. If you have no knowledge - don't speak and make a mess please. Only lower end models like CX400 were made by Vestel... 58DX700 was £1200 on release,so £699 is a great deal.
Richersounds still have it for £699 after FLASH100 code with 6 year warranty
that code finished
Yeah, looks like expired now... been working 2 hours ago
no it wasn't i checked thats why i put comment 25 but nice try
Code was not advertised on their site but still working when I tried... never mind, expired anyway. Shame as it was a great price for nice tv...
#32
philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
No, I believe it is a genuine Panny. Yeah Panasonic did their reputation permanent harm with the 48" Vestels
1 Like #33
wandaluzt
PhilK
wandaluzt
deanos
Is this a rebadged vessel
Yes it was previously the HMS LG
Marked this as liked when I didn't. Intended to reply (wasn't looking) pretty dumb comment to a valid question. No, I don't think it is a Vestel. Only the 48" were at one time.That may have changed since tho
Sigh... Phil, read the comment again will you please, I was making light of an innocent spelling mistake. I doubt Deano's ego has been bruised as a result but apparently yours has on his behalf.

It is indeed a valid question and a standard one on a Panasonic thread. I never said otherwise did I?
Yeah. Right you are. Sorry about that
Just thought you were trying to be a tit.
Then noticed the spelling mistake.
Whoops ! :D
#34
From that review
"we did have some issues relating to the motion handling of the 58DX700 where we would observe what looked like frames being dropped every so often. we found it more and more distracting, as time went by, and definitely our biggest bugbear with this particular TV. It is something we saw in last year’s Panasonics but it seems to have worsened. the effect which is somewhat akin to someone pressing pause/fast forward/pause/fast forward.. on the remote in very rapid order."
Has anyone else noticed this? I've seen it before on movies(not on this TV), it's was very noticeable and annoying, had something to do with the refresh rate not matching the source material so it would skip frames and makes the scenes feel like a stop start animation. Couldn't put up with that if I bought this (£749 now from AO)

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