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Panasonic 50DX750 4K HDR TV - Currys - £879.00

£879.00 @ Currys
Have been looking at 4k TVs for some time now and with the impending PS PRO release in November I've finally decided to take the plunge. The folks over at Digital Foundry are gurus on gaming and scree… Read More
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7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Have been looking at 4k TVs for some time now and with the impending PS PRO release in November I've finally decided to take the plunge. The folks over at Digital Foundry are gurus on gaming and screen technology and this Panasonic made the top of their list for its low input lag, price point and HDR capability.

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2016-the-best-4k-screens-for-hdr-gaming

I've checked this TV out in a local retailers and the image quality really is outstanding. Price has recently dropped again from circa £950 and you get the 5 year warranty in Currys.
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7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago
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This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be

I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months

Edited By: matengawhat on Sep 24, 2016 14:51
#2
matengawhat
This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be

I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months


Noticed that myself but there doesn't seem to be any 10 bit panels with low input lag under £1200. This seems to be the best on offer at the moment for the money.
#3
Best to wait for a 10 bit panel with hdr.
#4
not sure how much better pq a 10 bit panel would do on 50 inch tv? Thinking of buying this one as well.
#5
Kebabcasualty
matengawhat
This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be

I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months


Noticed that myself but there doesn't seem to be any 10 bit panels with low input lag under £1200. This seems to be the best on offer at the moment for the money.


Samsung ue49ks7000, 10bit panel, uhd premium, input lag 21 which is really good. £1099 at John Lewis, richer sounds, currys. Very well reviewed, google it.
#6
mw77
Kebabcasualty
matengawhat
This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be

I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months


Noticed that myself but there doesn't seem to be any 10 bit panels with low input lag under £1200. This seems to be the best on offer at the moment for the money.


Samsung ue49ks7000, 10bit panel, uhd premium, input lag 21 which is really good. £1099 at John Lewis, richer sounds, currys. Very well reviewed, google it.


No HDR in game mode with the 21ms lag. HDR is only enabled in cinema/movie mode on the KS series and the lag is over 120ms in that mode.
#7
Kebabcasualty
mw77
Kebabcasualty
matengawhat
This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be

I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months


Noticed that myself but there doesn't seem to be any 10 bit panels with low input lag under £1200. This seems to be the best on offer at the moment for the money.


Samsung ue49ks7000, 10bit panel, uhd premium, input lag 21 which is really good. £1099 at John Lewis, richer sounds, currys. Very well reviewed, google it.


No HDR in game mode with the 21ms lag. HDR is only enabled in cinema/movie mode on the KS series and the lag is over 120ms in that mode.


Owners forum said an update being or been released to address this??
#8
Klimgon99
not sure how much better pq a 10 bit panel would do on 50 inch tv? Thinking of buying this one as well.
Supposedly only 10 bit panels can properly support hdr.
#9
I'm waiting a little longer, I made the mistake of buying the lg55uf860, hdr over streaming and USB but not hdmi, didn't know at time of purchase so the TV that I thought was future proof isn't! Spent quite a while researching and thought hdr over hdmi would be a firmware update but supposedly not as only has hdmi 2.0 ports installed.

The fact that tv companies are releasing sets with hdr and 8 bit panels I feel is misleading consumers!!!

I don't believe they will support/add new features over firmware when they can just try sell you another set, a lot if early adopters are tech nuts who will still chase next best thing/improvements

Edited By: matengawhat on Sep 24, 2016 16:54
#10
Got neighbours which magazine it says Samsung UE55U6670 Best Buy at £899 fantastic picture etc 55 inch
#11
They were 779 at district electricals
#12
Kebabcasualty
mw77
Kebabcasualty
matengawhat
This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be

I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months


Noticed that myself but there doesn't seem to be any 10 bit panels with low input lag under £1200. This seems to be the best on offer at the moment for the money.


Samsung ue49ks7000, 10bit panel, uhd premium, input lag 21 which is really good. £1099 at John Lewis, richer sounds, currys. Very well reviewed, google it.


No HDR in game mode with the 21ms lag. HDR is only enabled in cinema/movie mode on the KS series and the lag is over 120ms in that mode.


i was thinking of purchasing the ks7000 and have read that it had 21ms lag in game mode with hdr. Check this review- http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000.
this is the USA model number, but is the exact same tv.
#13
Would like to know as well about HDR in gaming mode, link not working. ks8000 its not same as ks7000. ks8000. is more expensive model

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/137575-samsung-4k-hdr-tv-choices-for-2016-ks9000-ks8000-ks7500-and-ks7000-compared

akinb23
Kebabcasualty
mw77
Kebabcasualty
matengawhat
This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be
I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months
Noticed that myself but there doesn't seem to be any 10 bit panels with low input lag under £1200. This seems to be the best on offer at the moment for the money.
Samsung ue49ks7000, 10bit panel, uhd premium, input lag 21 which is really good. £1099 at John Lewis, richer sounds, currys. Very well reviewed, google it.
No HDR in game mode with the 21ms lag. HDR is only enabled in cinema/movie mode on the KS series and the lag is over 120ms in that mode.
i was thinking of purchasing the ks7000 and have read that it had 21ms lag in game mode with hdr. Check this review- http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000.
this is the USA model number, but is the exact same tv.
#14
Klimgon99
Would like to know as well about HDR in gaming mode, link not working. ks8000 its not same as ks7000. ks8000. is more expensive model

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/137575-samsung-4k-hdr-tv-choices-for-2016-ks9000-ks8000-ks7500-and-ks7000-compared

akinb23
Kebabcasualty
mw77
Kebabcasualty
matengawhat
This is only an 8 bit panel so hdr won't be the best it can be
I wouldn't buy any hdr tv at min, they will come on so much in next 6 months
Noticed that myself but there doesn't seem to be any 10 bit panels with low input lag under £1200. This seems to be the best on offer at the moment for the money.
Samsung ue49ks7000, 10bit panel, uhd premium, input lag 21 which is really good. £1099 at John Lewis, richer sounds, currys. Very well reviewed, google it.
No HDR in game mode with the 21ms lag. HDR is only enabled in cinema/movie mode on the KS series and the lag is over 120ms in that mode.
i was thinking of purchasing the ks7000 and have read that it had 21ms lag in game mode with hdr. Check this review- http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000.
this is the USA model number, but is the exact same tv.


sorry. this should work

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ks8000

on this website it says the UK model number is ks7000. the photos of the tv is the ks7000. no idea why they have different model numbers across the world. bloody confusing.

another review says 21ms-

https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7000-ue55ks7000-uhd-4k-tv-review.12659
#15
The price of 4K TVs are going up, not down. Last years 50-55 4Ks hit lows of £400-600. We're now supposed to jump at nearly £900?
#16
TacticalTimbo
The price of 4K TVs are going up, not down. Last years 50-55 4Ks hit lows of £400-600. We're now supposed to jump at nearly £900?


It's a big commitment but HDR is more of a visual leap in fidelity than 4k is. That why the prices have jumped again. Saying that, no doubt in 2-3 years there'll be another acronym that'll add £500 onto TVs. It's just technology.

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