Panasonic 50TX-50EX700B 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR £629.10 with code TVS10 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic 50TX-50EX700B 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR £629.10 with code TVS10 @ Argos

£629.10 @ Argos
Use code TVS10 to save 10% Panasonic's 50EX700B brings the beautiful realism and colour of the 4K HDR picture into the modern home. Hyper-detailed 4K Ultra HD resolution blends seamlessly with HDR an… Read More
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1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago
Use code TVS10 to save 10% Panasonic's 50EX700B brings the beautiful realism and colour of the 4K HDR picture into the modern home. Hyper-detailed 4K Ultra HD resolution blends seamlessly with HDR and the brand's Wide Colour Phosphor tech for a stunningly authentic picture of glorious richness and outstanding contrast, depth and clarity. The Firefox Smart Platform keeps you connected with a wealth of online apps and content. And the innovative switch stand is designed so you can customise the look of the set to fit your home. It's a super sophisticated home entertainment hub, geared for basking in the colour brilliance of 4K HDR.
More Colour, More Depth with 4K HDR
Panasonic are one of the forerunners of colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR). As members of the UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-quality HDR with staggering contrast and colour depth. This means that there’s a greater colour range to deepen your view and show shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Usually, studios are forced to dilute the colour of their shows and films to fit on our TVs. Now, HDR screens like the EX700 can channel content from studio-to-living room with the same precision and utterly otherworldly hues. It’s this screen’s dynamic local dimming that makes it hit these incredible contrast levels. 4K HDR technology achieves beautiful, stunningly realistic images accurate to the original director's intention.
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#1
Do John Lewis price match voucher codes?
1 Like #2
scottishpunter
Do John Lewis price match voucher codes?
No
#3
Anyone know what the HDR brightness is on this set?
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trakker1
Anyone know what the HDR brightness is on this set?

It's not clear it even has local dimming to use it, from the comments in the FlatPanelHD review whatever it does have is rubbish to the point they recommend turning it off:
http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.php?subaction=showfull&id=1494309442
1 Like #5
EndlessWaves
trakker1
Anyone know what the HDR brightness is on this set?
It's not clear it even has local dimming to use it, from the comments in the FlatPanelHD review whatever it does have is rubbish to the point they recommend turning it off:http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.php?subaction=showfull&id=1494309442

340 nits :|

I think last years DX750B was around 500 nits so would be better picking one of them up if one can be found for similar money, still a good price for this set though so heat added.



Edited By: trakker1 on Jul 14, 2017 12:12
1 Like #6
Range discussed Here and yes says around 350 nits
1 Like #7
scottishpunter
Do John Lewis price match voucher codes?

Yes they do if the discount code is published freely on the competitors website. If however the code was sent to an individual then no.
1 Like #8
trakker1
EndlessWaves
trakker1
Anyone know what the HDR brightness is on this set?
It's not clear it even has local dimming to use it, from the comments in the FlatPanelHD review whatever it does have is rubbish to the point they recommend turning it off:http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.php?subaction=showfull&id=1494309442
340 nits :|
I think last years DX750B was around 500 nits so would be better picking one of them up if one can be found for similar money, still a good price for this set though so heat added.

The DX750 was the next model up, this is the replacement for the ~350cd/m² DX700. The DX750's definitely a better TV and this EX700 will become cheaper than it did.

Unless it can be applied to just a section of screen he only thing a higher brightness does is raise the brightness of the whole picture. That's not HDR, just the old dynamic contrast function that's been annoying everyone for years.

Actual HDR video has the same average brightness, but brighter highlights. This increases contrast and makes the picture look better.
1 Like #9
DX750 Here for £679 but never heard of shop.
1 Like #10
scottishpunter
DX750 Here for £679 but never heard of shop.

That price is for a refurbished TV though.
1 Like #11
RonBurgundy1
scottishpunter
DX750 Here for £679 but never heard of shop.
That price is for a refurbished TV though.

Sorry, was looking on phone and just saw the Clearance part, missed the refurbished in detail.
1 Like #12
scottishpunter
RonBurgundy1
scottishpunter
DX750 Here for £679 but never heard of shop.
That price is for a refurbished TV though.
Sorry, was looking on phone and just saw the Clearance part, missed the refurbished in detail.

They are being a little cheeky as its hidden at the bottom of the description
1 Like #13
I was in my local Argos about an hour ago and it was labelled as £799 so ordered from Amazon. Grr!
#14
Anyone suggest the best alternative 10bit HDR telly for about £800? Size doesn't really matter
#15
ayeup1
Anyone suggest the best alternative 10bit HDR telly for about £800? Size doesn't really matter

HDR's a pretty expensive technology right now and Samsung's KS series are generally considered the cheapest models that make a credible stab at it. You might be able to pick up one of the 43" or 49" variants of them for £800, although they're generally slightly above that now.

We might see some of the 2017 models closer to that price nearer Christmas, but they're still £1k+ at the moment.
#16
EndlessWaves
ayeup1
Anyone suggest the best alternative 10bit HDR telly for about £800? Size doesn't really matter
HDR's a pretty expensive technology right now and Samsung's KS series are generally considered the cheapest models that make a credible stab at it. You might be able to pick up one of the 43" or 49" variants of them for £800, although they're generally slightly above that now.
We might see some of the 2017 models closer to that price nearer Christmas, but they're still £1k+ at the moment.

Aaah right, I hadn't realised the price of decent HDR still had a road to travel price wise, thank you for the advice :)
#17
I'm well impressed with this TV. Horizon Zero Dawn on PS4 Pro looks incredible. Netflix 4k looks great too.
#18
Deal expired now back up to £799

Edited By: gravygoat01 on Jul 22, 2017 10:52: 0

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