Panasonic TX-50DX700B 50-Inch 1400 Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model) (HDR, Firefox OS, Local Dimming, Freeview Play) £699 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TX-50DX700B 50-Inch 1400 Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model) (HDR, Firefox OS, Local Dimming, Freeview Play) £699.00 @ Amazon

£699.00 @ Amazon
IGNORE POST - my bad. This is for the 50" version. Thought it was the price for the 58".. Read More
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IGNORE POST - my bad. This is for the 50" version. Thought it was the price for the 58"..
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#1
IGNORE POST - my bad. This is for the 50" version. Thought it was the price for the 58"..
How do you delete a post??

Edited By: banterbanter on Oct 14, 2016 02:46
#2
reviews look good
#3
anyone know how this compares to a hisense h55m7000 as the specs seem to be similar.. I know this is 5 inches smaller.....
cheers
[mod][Moderator] 1 Like #4
Thanks for sharing op, it is the same price at Richer Sound with a 6yr Guarantee HERE
2 Likes #5
Same price at Currys who have tv10% code which drops it to £630.
#6
Nice but i'm thinking about 750b or 802b in 58 or even 65" depence from price.
#7
hi guys
this or the hisense h55m7000 advice?
cheers..
#8
I have the 58-Inch version of this and it's awesome.
#9
Got it for £889 and 6 year warranty at richer sounds
#10
Not a fan of these at all. Smart TV functions well behind the competition and picture quality nothing like as good as other when placed side by side.
#11
Side by side with which tv?
Smart tv functions do the job - what doesn't it do?
#12
Cold, same price at John Lewis with 5 years warranty
#13
I prefer vestel's :{
1 Like #14
Just got the 58" version of this for £739 from JL (although this was because the 55" Samsung KU6400 I ordered didn't turn up)

Edited By: Maverick2007 on Oct 14, 2016 21:41: mistake in retailer
#15
750 series and up give HDR in game mode, only TVs on the market that do as far as I'm aware. All other switch HDR off when in game mode
#16
SteveM79
I prefer vestel's :{
Go see the headmaster, we'll have none of your messing about in here!
#17
SteveW
Cold, same price at John Lewis with 5 years warranty


I know. The post was a mistake.
Hence the 'ignore post" at the top :)
#18
I have the 58DX750 and its miles than the hisense tvs i had before it, much brighter, picture quality is better, the smart system is really good and simple to use. I had the K700/720 and the M7000 and the 750 beats them all, this is a pretty similar tv so...
#19
I have the 58 inch 700. It's a great TV. It's also got a 60hz refresh rate which is great for gaming. Not many TV have that and only have 30hz.. It's cost me £1200 but I got £200 back from JL with their price drop and five year guarantee. The picture is great. I don't count Netflix and Amazon as true 4k as the are very compressed streams. Upscaled 4k bluray looks stunning. I won't get 4k bluray player as there's nothing decent to watch yet. And after Sony ditched the format on ps4 Pro it may be a dying format. A pity. My 700 is truly stunning for 4k pc gaming. The new battlefield 1 looks amazing . There isn't any discernable input lag. I can only comment on the 58 inch version. I don't care about apps and operating systems on a TV. From what I've seen of 4k TV it's pretty awful. The demo's are breathtaking. But 4k Streams are relatively very low quality
#20
polarbaba
hi guys
this or the hisense h55m7000 advice?
cheers..

you'd be mad to consider some cheap chinese brand like hisense..... Get a proper TV like Panasonic of course!
#21
I've been so confused buying a telly.. I have a Panasonic plasma 42 inch that is natively 720p. I now thought it's time for an upgrade, even though I love the picture quality.
looking for something around a 55 inch.. budget of £1000 max.. will keep for a while so I thought I will want 4k and hdr.. must have low latency as we will be gaming.

would love a decent brand... so far the latest 2016 hisense ones have been getting great reviews.

hence my confusion.

would appreciate any ideas if you guys wanna share.

cheers.
#22
PS.. I have been keeping an eye out for.the hisense h55m7000 if there's a better buying choice in terms of features and quality.. I'm listening...
#23
polarbaba
I've been so confused buying a telly.. I have a Panasonic plasma 42 inch that is natively 720p. I now thought it's time for an upgrade, even though I love the picture quality.
looking for something around a 55 inch.. budget of £1000 max.. will keep for a while so I thought I will want 4k and hdr.. must have low latency as we will be gaming.
would love a decent brand... so far the latest 2016 hisense ones have been getting great reviews.
hence my confusion.
would appreciate any ideas if you guys wanna share.
cheers.

I'm in exactly the same position.
#24
beerfilter
polarbaba
I've been so confused buying a telly.. I have a Panasonic plasma 42 inch that is natively 720p. I now thought it's time for an upgrade, even though I love the picture quality.
looking for something around a 55 inch.. budget of £1000 max.. will keep for a while so I thought I will want 4k and hdr.. must have low latency as we will be gaming.
would love a decent brand... so far the latest 2016 hisense ones have been getting great reviews.
hence my confusion.
would appreciate any ideas if you guys wanna share.
cheers.

I'm in exactly the same position.


any telly's make your shortlist so far?.. only got the hisense one.on mine currently..
may go to John Lewis and richer sounds this weekend and check out telly's if I'm able.
1 Like #25
polarbaba
beerfilter
polarbaba
I've been so confused buying a telly.. I have a Panasonic plasma 42 inch that is natively 720p. I now thought it's time for an upgrade, even though I love the picture quality.
looking for something around a 55 inch.. budget of £1000 max.. will keep for a while so I thought I will want 4k and hdr.. must have low latency as we will be gaming.
would love a decent brand... so far the latest 2016 hisense ones have been getting great reviews.
hence my confusion.
would appreciate any ideas if you guys wanna share.
cheers.
I'm in exactly the same position.
any telly's make your shortlist so far?.. only got the hisense one.on mine currently..
may go to John Lewis and richer sounds this weekend and check out telly's if I'm able.

Not really. The 42 inch 720p panny on my silver stand is still going strong and there's a wedding to pay for first. I'm really not bothered by what the sound or smart features are like, just want a decent panel and a bigger screen!

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