(Mnftr Refurb) Panasonic TX-58DX802B 58 Inch 3D SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play WiFi £799.99 @ Panasonic eBay Outlet - HotUKDeals
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(Mnftr Refurb) Panasonic TX-58DX802B 58 Inch 3D SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play WiFi £799.99 @ Panasonic eBay Outlet

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Seems a good deal for this model and is recommended by AV Forums. "Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty" Thanks to (shariifi) Read More
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3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago
Seems a good deal for this model and is recommended by AV Forums.

"Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty"

Thanks to (shariifi)
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3 Likes #1
Good deal but it would be decent to mention the person that actually told you about it in this post (shariifi):

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-49ks8000-price-match-john-lewis-for-free-4k-bluray-player-999-sonic-direct-2623392

Edited By: donslibi on Feb 24, 2017 22:37
1 Like #2
donslibi
Good deal but it would be decent to mention the person that actually told you about it in this post (shariifi):http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-49ks8000-price-match-john-lewis-for-free-4k-bluray-player-999-sonic-direct-2623392

Your right i do apologise :-)
1 Like #3
Anyone got any ideas for a cheap decent tv unit to fit this on at around 140cm? Thanks
1 Like #4
just bought, seen this in currys today...very impressed with quality of picture although not fussed for the stand....over £300 cheaper than buying new so took the chance.
Hopefully will be new condition without any marks, also opted for one of these floating brackets to use with my existing tv stand (110 cm wide unit).

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00XJRJFNY?psc=1

the missus is gonna kill me! oO
#6

The refresh rate of the screen (1400hz vs 2000hz). Also the 700b is £599.99 from Panasonic outlet at the moment TC-58DX700B

Edited By: peterma on Feb 25, 2017 08:29
#7
peterma
The refresh rate of the screen (1400hz vs 2000hz). Also the 700b is £599.99 from Panasonic outlet at the moment TC-58DX700B

1400hz / 2000hz is marketing bull. Both probably have 120hz screen.
1 Like #8
I think refresh rate, some extra processing features, its thx certified, seperate sound bar so a lot better sonically and the silly stand, second remote, no 3d glasses with this set if important to you

You may be lucky and get a returned tv due to the stand, im sure lots will have been returned because of it, its massive and really impractical puts the tv in the middle of the room, due to distance it sits from wall, like having crt again but get it stripped off and wall mounted and looks fantastic as is quite thin with very little bezel

Set has normal issues of tv this size, some vertical banding issues and off centre viewing poor but otherwise great set

The set is only 8bit and brightness for hdr is about 700nits which is quite low for hdr

No issues with light bleed on mine and colours and black levels both really strong

The os on tbe Panasonic tvs is also the best on the market in my opinion

Edited By: matengawhat on Feb 25, 2017 09:06: Edit
#9
Do you know if there is any alternative stands that can be bought for this set? The wife doesn't want it wall mounted?
#10
Got 50dx750 2 weeks ago for £600 from these guys, it still had the wrapper on the TV. Very impresed with it so far.
#11
Also what's the width of sound bar cheers
1 Like #12
millward84
Also what's the width of sound bar cheers
Not at home at min but about 30cm less than the width of the set
If you buy an alternative stand you will need one with shelf for soundbar, cant be connected to tv so either sits on shelf or wall mounted, the vesa points are also 40x20 from memory so sits higher when mounted, i had to take down wall mount from previous set and remeasure and reinstall



Edited By: matengawhat on Feb 25, 2017 09:41: Edit
#13
i have a spare sound bar and stand should anyone have binned theirs and regretted it :)

my TV is on the wall and love i, use my 5.1 so no need for stand or speakert. paid around £1,100 from Richer Sounds and it is stunning. At this price i doubt you can beat it for the spec.
#14
Would the sound bar fit under tv with this stand https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pro-Signal-Pedestal-Stand-32/dp/B00XJRJFNY
#15
its is not wall mounted it is on a stand
#16
millward84
Would the sound bar fit under tv with this stand https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pro-Signal-Pedestal-Stand-32/dp/B00XJRJFNY
Would be hard to say as the cord on the soundbar is a priority cable so cant be changed and its not very long so doubt you would be able to route through the cable management system on stand if it even reaches the floor.
#17
yimpster
i have a spare sound bar and stand should anyone have binned theirs and regretted it :)

my TV is on the wall and love i, use my 5.1 so no need for stand or speakert. paid around £1,100 from Richer Sounds and it is stunning. At this price i doubt you can beat it for the spec.


Exactly the same here. Bought it last year from RS for same price. The stand is frikkin' obnoxious though, and I wish I'd know about the differently placed VESA holes as I had to leave the TV in its box for a couple of days while I made arrangements. Sound bar is out of use too as everything runs through my 5.1.

The TV is glorious though. Picture is incredible and the OS is snappy. I don't regret paying £1,100 so if anyone gets this at £799 then you'll be on cloud 9.
#18
stevethos
yimpster
i have a spare sound bar and stand should anyone have binned theirs and regretted it :)
my TV is on the wall and love i, use my 5.1 so no need for stand or speakert. paid around £1,100 from Richer Sounds and it is stunning. At this price i doubt you can beat it for the spec.
Exactly the same here. Bought it last year from RS for same price. The stand is frikkin' obnoxious though, and I wish I'd know about the differently placed VESA holes as I had to leave the TV in its box for a couple of days while I made arrangements. Sound bar is out of use too as everything runs through my 5.1.
The TV is glorious though. Picture is incredible and the OS is snappy. I don't regret paying £1,100 so if anyone gets this at £799 then you'll be on cloud 9.
I have a full 7.1 setup but still use soundbar as makes it simple for wife and 2.5 year old to just watch tv
#19
Ahhh, but has it got an HDMI in??
1 Like #20
jaydeeuk1
peterma
The refresh rate of the screen (1400hz vs 2000hz). Also the 700b is £599.99 from Panasonic outlet at the moment TC-58DX700B
1400hz / 2000hz is marketing bull. Both probably have 120hz screen.

Actually the DX700 has a 60hz screen.

This also has twice the brightness, wider colour gamut and some limited local dimming ability for HDR. It supports (active) 3D, comes with Panasonic's high end image processor and is generally quite a different model to the DX700. It's more an improved version of the 750.
#21
Just be aware that, should software updates and enhancement be important to you, Mozilla recently discontinued the Firefox OS.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firefox_OS

Edited By: quattroken on Feb 25, 2017 12:01
#22
jaydeeuk1
peterma
The refresh rate of the screen (1400hz vs 2000hz). Also the 700b is £599.99 from Panasonic outlet at the moment TC-58DX700B
1400hz / 2000hz is marketing bull. Both probably have 120hz screen.
Also motion blur is mostly caused by the camera exposure time of a compromise between frame to frame motion jerk and motion blur, at a lower than ideal frame rate.
1 Like #23
quattroken
Just be aware that, should software updates and enhancement be important to you, Mozilla recently discontinued the Firefox OS.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firefox_OS

Panasonic are taking over development and continuing with it in the newly announced models under the name 'My Home Screen 2.0' so it'll be no different to other manufacturer specific platforms like WebOS or Tizen.
#24
Looking for a 50 inch model in this series. Do we have that available, cant seem to find it? :(
1 Like #25
Have to agree with some of the other comments.

This money for a refurb is not great.

Cold
#26
Seen at Currys, picture quality is amazing, soo natural. Better than the other TVs selling twice.

Hot for the TV. But not sure about the refurbished.
#27
Hi all, I looked into deals for this TV and in my case I want a UHD Blu-ray player also. Taking into account bundle deals available, Richer Sounds have this TV brand new with a Panasonic DMP-UB700 UHD Bluray player for £1289. So for £190 extra than buying this refurbished set and a player at retail, you have a new product and a great 6 year guarantee. Just for information for anyone else in my position.
#28
nearimpossibility
Hi all, I looked into deals for this TV and in my case I want a UHD Blu-ray player also. Taking into account bundle deals available, Richer Sounds have this TV brand new with a Panasonic DMP-UB700 UHD Bluray player for £1289. So for £190 extra than buying this refurbished set and a player at retail, you have a new product and a great 6 year guarantee. Just for information for anyone else in my position.


Sammy KS8000 and free Bluray costs less @ John Lewis
#29
J9STL
nearimpossibility
Hi all, I looked into deals for this TV and in my case I want a UHD Blu-ray player also. Taking into account bundle deals available, Richer Sounds have this TV brand new with a Panasonic DMP-UB700 UHD Bluray player for £1289. So for £190 extra than buying this refurbished set and a player at retail, you have a new product and a great 6 year guarantee. Just for information for anyone else in my position.


Sammy KS8000 and free Bluray costs less @ John Lewis


I'm sure the KS8000 isn't cheaper at a size near 58" and doesn't include 3D support, so a non starter compared to discussing this particular set.

Of course, we could stay on here and argue all day about various manufacturers and sizes but that wasn't the point of my previous post.
#30
I've posted this before regarding refurbs on the Panasonic ebay site but I had one which had significant cosmetic damage when it was delivered. I know other people have bought them and they've been as new but I think it's luck of the draw
#31
nearimpossibility
J9STL
nearimpossibility
Hi all, I looked into deals for this TV and in my case I want a UHD Blu-ray player also. Taking into account bundle deals available, Richer Sounds have this TV brand new with a Panasonic DMP-UB700 UHD Bluray player for £1289. So for £190 extra than buying this refurbished set and a player at retail, you have a new product and a great 6 year guarantee. Just for information for anyone else in my position.
Sammy KS8000 and free Bluray costs less @ John Lewis
I'm sure the KS8000 isn't cheaper at a size near 58" and doesn't include 3D support, so a non starter compared to discussing this particular set.
Of course, we could stay on here and argue all day about various manufacturers and sizes but that wasn't the point of my previous post.

Note that it will cost another £60 or so for a set of active glasses for a family of 4.....

None are included.
banned#32
ended! are they all sold out?
#33
Speaking from personal experience - I'd avoid any refurb items from this Panasonic eBay store.

I bought a TV last year, it was advertised as refurb etc - received the TV and it had the most horrendous clouding around the entire circumference of the panel - around 2 inches wide. How anyone could have 'refurbished' this panel and allowed it to go on sale is beyond me.

They were also very poor at getting my refund issued.

Never buy from them again.
#34
For future reference I purchased this deal and received the TV within 3 days. Not a blemish or an issue with this TV. Great service, best deal yet for me £500 cheaper than Currys
#35
quattroken
Just be aware that, should software updates and enhancement be important to you, Mozilla recently discontinued the Firefox OS.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firefox_OS

Thanks for the info..will leave Panasonic off my shortlist for now.
#36
Check the back of the telly, or on the box, made in Turkey = Vestel.

Edited By: Grimley on Mar 12, 2017 16:57

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