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Panasonic TX-50DX750B 50 inch SMART 3D HDR 4K Ultra HD LED TV £599.99 @ Panasonic Outlet

£599.99 @ eBay
As far as 4k TVs go this is one of the better models out there, also comes with 3D which is no longer being produced by mainstream manufacturers so this may be your last chance to grab a 4k TV with 3D… Read More
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As far as 4k TVs go this is one of the better models out there, also comes with 3D which is no longer being produced by mainstream manufacturers so this may be your last chance to grab a 4k TV with 3D if that's what your after.

Pretty much wherever you look, Currys, JL, Richer sounds reviews for this TV are excellent, AV forums gave it a Recommended rated.

I have seen this in Richer Sounds and its a cut above most of the other 4K sets on display there, with only the OLEDs having a better picture, the only downer is probably the viewing angles, but then LED are never great at this.

"Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty"
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Sooooo tempted
#2
Cut above most OLED TV - What about the 49KS7000?

Edited By: MikeLondon on Feb 08, 2017 20:51
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MikeLondon
Cut above most OLED TV - What about the 49KS7000?

I said that the OLEDs were superior, when comparing standard 4k LED TVs, this was definitely up there as one of the best, the Samsung's are also impressive but I have not had good experience with Samsung after sales and their Smart functionality is often left wanting, I have found them quite sluggish compared to the Panasonics.


Edited By: margamboy on Feb 08, 2017 21:01
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Is it worth adding to post this is a refurbished telly with only 12 month warranty.
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We picked up a Samsung 55JS8000 (JS was the last series that had 3D) at John Lewis Outlet last week for £800.

Everything was marked 'damaged' but we were advised that usually they were unwanted returns and once the box had been opened they couldn't sell at full price - when we inspected the box before deciding to purchase, it was clear the seals had never been broken, everything was still shrink wrapped and TV still had protective film on it!
#6
Great price for TV but you will need to buy 3d glasses for it
#7
Mac007
Great price for TV but you will need to buy 3d glasses for it
less than £8.50 each.
#8
I believe this is the normal price of this model refurbished from Panasonic outlet. Bargain though
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mail-stephens
We picked up a Samsung 55JS8000 (JS was the last series that had 3D) at John Lewis Outlet last week for £800.
Everything was marked 'damaged' but we were advised that usually they were unwanted returns and once the box had been opened they couldn't sell at full price - when we inspected the box before deciding to purchase, it was clear the seals had never been broken, everything was still shrink wrapped and TV still had protective film on it!
Thanks for sharing
#10
I wanted one of the last 3D TV's and after much testing, I found the passive LG OLED TV's to be the head and shoulders above anything else with respect to crosstalk. (Critical to good 3D and no headaches.)

All of the active shutter TV's had lots of crosstalk and the passive LG LED's were far too sensitive to seating position. The OLED on the other hand has excellent crosstalk results and is very good with respect to seating position.

I know the cost is way more, but as these are the last of a generation, you could be stuck with poor 3D forever.
#11
Shame it's a refurb, very nice TV.
#12
I've been in two minds on this one, 600 on a TVs with only 12 mth guarantee is a big risk especially on a refurb.
#13
Coppers
I've been in two minds on this one, 600 on a TVs with only 12 mth guarantee is a big risk especially on a refurb.


Parents had a Samsung that went wrong after 13 months, cost £219 to put right. I would pay a little more for one that has a 5 Year Warranty but that's only me.
#14
I have been told by Panasonic that these refurbs could be anything from a 14 day return (distance selling regs) , damaged box, ex display or simply opened and seal broken for various other reasons such as to swap the remote with one that was broken in store for a customer return. 12 mth collect and return Warranty provided on these, so outside of a few such as Jl and RS the warranty is pretty much the same you would get if buying new from the likes of Argos or Currys.

These are £300 cheaper than current new price so if it does make you feel happier you could extend the warranty by another two years for less £140 with D&G which also includes accidental cover from day 1



Edited By: margamboy on Feb 11, 2017 11:37: .
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margamboy
I have been told by Panasonic that these refurbs could be anything from a 14 day return (distance selling regs) , damaged box, ex display or simply opened and seal broken for various other reasons such as to swap the remote with one that was broken in store for a customer return. 12 mth collect and return Warranty provided on these, so outside of a few such as Jl and RS the warranty is pretty much the same you would get if buying new from the likes of Argos or Currys.

These are £300 cheaper than current new price so if it does make you feel happier you could extend the warranty by another two years for less £140 with D&G which also includes accidental cover from day 1




I thought you had to take it to a authorised repair centre or pay for courier. I'm sure it says that on the eBay listing. I will buy it if that's the case
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millward84
margamboy
I have been told by Panasonic that these refurbs could be anything from a 14 day return (distance selling regs) , damaged box, ex display or simply opened and seal broken for various other reasons such as to swap the remote with one that was broken in store for a customer return. 12 mth collect and return Warranty provided on these, so outside of a few such as Jl and RS the warranty is pretty much the same you would get if buying new from the likes of Argos or Currys.
These are £300 cheaper than current new price so if it does make you feel happier you could extend the warranty by another two years for less £140 with D&G which also includes accidental cover from day 1
I thought you had to take it to a authorised repair centre or pay for courier. I'm sure it says that on the eBay listing. I will buy it if that's the case

This is the reply I got back from them, but maybe worth confirming this yourself before purchasing

Hello,

You get a one year warranty with this item and if this is faulty then we can collect free of charge and if it is unwanted you get up to 60 days for a refund or exchange. After the 60 days it will only be a repair.
#17
Ok got mine on Friday. - I had already ordered days before the post :{ and was s***ing myself until it turned up. Anyway it arrived in perfect condition and its a fantastic TV for the money. Although I will always wish it was a 55KS7000. Note that the guys that deliver it unpack it and inspect it with you so best to wait for delivery yourself and not get your wife who has no interest in it to wait in.

I think its crazy to get the extended warenty, for the added cost you may as well get new and get 5 years warenty. I normally change my TV every 2-3 years so 5 year warranty is no big deal.
#18
£699 now.
[helper]#19
Back down to £599

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