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Panasonic TX-48CX400B Smart 4K Ultra HD 48 Inch LED TV with Built-In WiFi and Freeview HD £408.45 @ TESCO in store

£408.45 @ Tesco Direct
Found in Braintree town store Immerse yourself in the ultimate home entertainment experience with the Panasonic TX-48CX400B 48-inch Ultra HD 4K LED TV. This Panasonic TV features an incredibly … Read More
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Found in Braintree town store

Immerse yourself in the ultimate home entertainment experience with the Panasonic TX-48CX400B 48-inch Ultra HD 4K LED TV.

This Panasonic TV features an incredibly detailed 3840x2160 4K ready LED screen that delivers a viewing experience like no other. You can also enjoy professional-grade colour from any angle; the 4K TV projects consistent colour and contrast from every seat in your house.

Using Ultra HD upscaling, you can experience stunning detail that's up to 4 times greater than that of a Full HD TV. Also, UHD Dimming automatically adjusts the colour, contrast and backlighting during playback for precise shading and true light representation.

Choose from an array of entertainment channels with the TX-48CX400B's built-in Freeview HD tuner that combines its capabilities with Smart technology and Wi-Fi connectivity. These features give you full access to a range of content including HD movies, TV channels and music.

Furthermore, the Panasonic TV features a web browser so you have access to social media sites and YouTube. For flawless picture quality and coherent control, look no further than the Panasonic TX-48CX400B 48-inch Ultra HD 4K LED TV.
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#1
Where?
#2
Braintree town store
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sometimes i can't believe how far TV's have come these past few years
#4
is this made by vestal?
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The 400b 1080 model was made in Turkey. Panasonic don't have a factory in Turkey but Vestel do so you can make up your own mind. I don't believe that company's like Panasonic should lie about their products and letting people think they are buying a top brand when actually it isn't but I saw this particular model next to a Samsung 4k in Currys a while back. No difference in picture quality between the two in 55" but not that much difference in price either. Personally I would want to pay a little extra and buy LG or Samsung as they can be had for around this price as well.
#6
Smartguy1
The 400b 1080 model was made in Turkey. Panasonic don't have a factory in Turkey but Vestel do so you can make up your own mind. I don't believe that company's like Panasonic should lie about their products and letting people think they are buying a top brand when actually it isn't but I saw this particular model next to a Samsung 4k in Currys a while back. No difference in picture quality between the two in 55" but not that much difference in price either. Personally I would want to pay a little extra and buy LG or Samsung as they can be had for around this price as well.

It certainly could be considered deceptive but unfortunately it's so very common, probably much moreso with fridges, cookers, dishwashers etc.... it's incredibly hard to know who or what it is you're buying.
#7
spannerzone
Smartguy1
The 400b 1080 model was made in Turkey. Panasonic don't have a factory in Turkey but Vestel do so you can make up your own mind. I don't believe that company's like Panasonic should lie about their products and letting people think they are buying a top brand when actually it isn't but I saw this particular model next to a Samsung 4k in Currys a while back. No difference in picture quality between the two in 55" but not that much difference in price either. Personally I would want to pay a little extra and buy LG or Samsung as they can be had for around this price as well.
It certainly could be considered deceptive but unfortunately it's so very common, probably much moreso with fridges, cookers, dishwashers etc.... it's incredibly hard to know who or what it is you're buying.

This!

I struggle with this mentality especially: You can force an Internet provider to advertise their pricing as £28.99 instead of £18.99 + £10.00, because it's too difficult for consumers to work out the cost....

BUT you can sell branded items not manufactured by your brand and sold under the most obscure conditions. Baffled.

Middle aged consumer is told by nice young gentleman in Currys, John Lewis, Tesco, over the phone with AO, whoever... "Oh yes sir, it's got a fantastic guarantee and it's a "Panasonic" so you know it's reliable".

Sure, broadband pricing is the problem.

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Edited By: alltaken123 on Jan 24, 2017 10:48
#8
Which ever Panasonic you buy it will have its panel, chipset and pretty much everything else made by another manufacturer. Panasonic have withdrawn from the US market and may do so from Europe in the near future. If your looking for a company that creates great tv technology look at the korean companies Samsung and LG.

Even the televisions Panasonic assembly in the Czech republic are just chinese parts some lower spec than vestel.

Panasonic sadly has ceased to be a major player in televisions for a few years now.
#9
Whilst I agree remember also that buying an LG, Samsung or even Sony doesn't guarantee that you will get that manufacturers panel in the tv. Samsung have had a lottery with their panels using up to four or more different panel manufacturers for their panels. Some of them are not held in as high regard as a genuine Samsung panel. Same goes with LG. I have an LG sold as having their unique IPS panel. It isn't. It's a VA panel made by AU Optronics. Sony use that company as well. It's a good panel but LG lied in their advert and I bought it thinking it had an LG panel in it. Sony certainly use LG panels in some of their models. My son has a Samsung 40", can't remember the model. It has a Sharp panel in it.
#10
I don't think Sony make panels and are in a similar situation to Panasonic except they are in better commercial position with regard marketshare and sales. Yes totally accept about the samsung panel lottery have read about that many times with even the same model range having different manufacturers panels depending on screen size. I would of thought LG would use their own panels normally especially as the spec of IPS is so different to VA so the situation on your set is probably more rare. My future set will be a LG OLED but currently using a Finlux 4k set with a LG 3D panel and its brilliant, very happy with it but always looking for the next upgrade X)
#11
Sony certainly use AU Optronics. There was a rumour that their 49" 4k model last year known to have LG panel actually is "more" LG than just the panel. Only a TV engineer could confirm that but you just don't know what you're buying these days. I have checked my tv with a jeweller's eye glass. It's definitely not IPS. I took it up with Currys but they didn't want to know as it was more than 30 days old. I never got a response from LG to say their website was wrong and misleading. They could have had a glitch in their production as I checked some of their 2016 models in Currys that were advertised as having IPS panels and the ones I checked did. Viewing angle still good on my tv and AU do have a good reputation in the market. It's also a true 100Hz so no blocking when watching fast moving scenes. Our other LG for the bedroom also sold as IPS is but that's not an LG panel either. According to the serial number its a Chi-Mei (innolux) IPS panel. Samsung use them also and it's regarded as not being that good. Can't complain with ours though.


Edited By: Smartguy1 on Jan 24, 2017 23:55
#12
I only went for IPS because I wanted passive 3D, I think the VA panels are generally better but of course that depends on spec and manufacturer. My panel only has a contrast of 1200:1 but I think it would be easy to get to 4000:1 with VA.

This is mine.

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/deb17bd

Under the Finlux brand pretty much the spec there. No air mouse with mine. Vestel as you know aren't considered the best brand but I find it fantastic and you aren't exactly spoilt for choice when you want passive 3D and low input lag for gaming. The LG models were worse for input lag probably due to more advanced picture processing even in game mode. I find Vestel's pixellence system brilliant though never noticed any judder at all. Different to this Panasonic though uses a quad core logic board as Finlux is their mid-range brand that is mainly directly sold by Vestel themselves and not the same as their OEM models.

We don't get the high end Vestel stuff in the UK.

http://vestelinternational.com/en/media/

It's all a race to the bottom though as the cheapest sets are often the highest sellers. Vestel is outpriced by UMC nowadays.

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