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Panasonic TX-50DX750B 4K TV £799.00 @ Very

£799.00 @ Very
*Edit - This has now gone to £799 but still a great price £749 but potential 10% cash back with first credit order. Enjoy The Best Of 4K Ultra HD, The Internet And 3D With The Panasonic TX-50D… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
*Edit - This has now gone to £799 but still a great price

£749 but potential 10% cash back with first credit order.

Enjoy The Best Of 4K Ultra HD, The Internet And 3D With The Panasonic TX-50DX750B TV.

Soak up incredibly 3850 x 2160-resolution picture quality featuring 4 times as many pixels as Full HD, delivering an intensity that has to be seen to be believed.

Studio Master HCX quad core processing and Cinema Display technologies ensure you get the maximum impact from 4K resolution to deliver outstanding colour clarity, contrast and brightness. Now compatible with Netflix 4K HDR and Amazon Video HDR service.

Adaptive Backlight Dimming technology constantly analyses incoming pictures and adjusts the light output to deliver deep blacks in dark scenes and plenty of punch in bright scenes.
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
8 bit. I'm off
#2
good find op, heat added
#3
craigefoster
8 bit. I'm off

But..but...it's "incredibly 3850 x 2160-resolution". I think this model is also superbly 4K. Possibly even brilliantly HDR.
#5
That's the 700b good price though
#6
I think this tv maybe HDR streaming only as doesn't have HDR standard HDMI input? I maybe wrong but seem to remember looking at this tv before. Might not be a big deal for some
#7
Lol at everyone going on about HDR! anyway, this TV like others does attempt to produce it.

anyways, hot for a quality TV.
1 Like #8
Jimmyboy
I think this tv maybe HDR streaming only as doesn't have HDR standard HDMI input? I maybe wrong but seem to remember looking at this tv before. Might not be a big deal for some

HDMI 1 and 2 are DCHP/HDR enabled.Had this tv over a month now and the picture is just brilliatn, both FHD and 4K. Extemly fast OS. Works well with my xbox one S and outputs HDR. You can also enable HDR in game mode, which can be a problem in other TV's like Samsungs.
#9
There are similar TV's for £300 less than this one.
#10
djh1975
There are similar TV's for £300 less than this one.
4K with HDR and 3D from a decent brand? Please share
#11
Not such a good deal at £799 I'm afraid, same price with richer sounds but with 6 year warranty and they know a lot more about telly's than very will ever know, normally throw in a freebie or 2 as well,
#12
margamboy
Not such a good deal at £799 I'm afraid, same price with richer sounds but with 6 year warranty and they know a lot more about telly's than very will ever know, normally throw in a freebie or 2 as well,


None in stock online at richer sounds. Could possibly use Very as a price match at Currys and get 5 years warranty
#13
i went for this tv after a long time researching different models within this price range. ive had it about a month now but it actually came down in price about £70 for black Friday and seems to have stayed at £799. The picture is stunning, see the below review on tweaking the colours to make the image look more natural. i watched the Grand Tour on amazon recently which is filmed in HDR and i cant tell you how good it looks. It also supports HDR auto detection which some of the HDR ready tv's from earlier this year don't. One down side is that this TV is not the best for 3D "crosstalk" though if this is your thing, but for me 3d is just a bonus feature. overall at £799 i doubt you will find better value for money, it seems like a big jump in price to get "the perfect tv"

https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-dx750-tx-50dx750b-ultra-hd-4k-tv-review.12550
#14
One thing to be aware of is the port orientation at the back. The ethernet and optical come out the back rather than the side. This can be a pain when wall mounting. For mine I bought right angled ethernet and optical adapters so they channel the wire straight down. However the optical was right in the way of where I have my screen mount so wasn't able to use. Might not matter to 99% but thought I'd share.
#15
I have the 58" version of this, its 8bit plus dithering so it can display 10bit anyway, read the HDFever or AVForums reviews on it, no difference if its implemented properly.

It does HDR via HDMI and streaming, Netflix or Amazon, i have the Xbox1s and 4K blurays work fine in HDR.
#16
4K = no 3D
#17
Disco Dave
4K = no 3D


Good, makes me feel nauseous!
#18
Bad viewing angles on these btw. Drops off quickly to the side.

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