Panasonic TX-58DX700B 58 inch SMART 4K Ultra HD LED TV, Firefox OS, (10 Bit) HDR & FreeviewHD/Play, Energy Class A 12 Months Warranty £649.99 Official eBay Panasonic Outlet Free Delivery - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TX-58DX700B 58 inch SMART 4K Ultra HD LED TV, Firefox OS, (10 Bit) HDR & FreeviewHD/Play, Energy Class A 12 Months Warranty £649.99 Official eBay Panasonic Outlet Free Delivery

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is the Official Panasonic Ebay Outlet, wholly owned by Panasonic UK. Based in Bracknell, with a fulfilment centre in Oldham, all of our products are sold with a 12 month manufacturer’s warranty. Di…
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is the Official Panasonic Ebay Outlet, wholly owned by Panasonic UK. Based in Bracknell, with a fulfilment centre in Oldham, all of our products are sold with a 12 month manufacturer’s warranty.

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Panasonic TX-58DX700B 58 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play

4K Ultra HD TV
my Home Screen 2.0
HDR
Advanced Colour Processing
Quad Core Pro
Freeview Play
Firefox OS
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#1
Full spec and details here for the model.

https://panasonicdirect.store.panasonic.co.uk/p-4734-tx-58dx700b.aspx?psn=13

Firefox OS details here

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/os/devices/tv/



Edited By: hatton420 on Nov 14, 2016 14:04: .
#2
Anyone had any experience with them? looking at a couple of the 50 inch sets for hdr to go with the ps4 pro...they are cheap but not sure about dealing with the outlet-is it worth the hassle/risk?
#3
crumpo
Anyone had any experience with them? looking at a couple of the 50 inch sets for hdr to go with the ps4 pro...they are cheap but not sure about dealing with the outlet-is it worth the hassle/risk?

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Edited By: hatton420 on Nov 14, 2016 14:15: .
1 Like #4
Cheaper at Littlewoods.com and brand new.
£839 but with 25% credit to your account...£630.
Not sure if they charge for delivery though.
2 Likes #5
This and it's big brother the 902B are probably some of the best TVs to game on with HDR enabled, all others seem to add a lot of latency.
#6
is this ps4 pro compatible as some hdr's are not?
#7
GRSC
Cheaper at Littlewoods.com and brand new.
£839 but with 25% credit to your account...£630.
Not sure if they charge for delivery though.
Offer only available to those who pass littlewoods credit check and want to wait 6 weeks plus for the credit which is credit on the account to spend at littlewoods not cash back so technically is not cheaper for most.

"Credit provided, subject to credit and account status, by Shop Direct Finance"


Edited By: hatton420 on Nov 14, 2016 14:51
#8
noiren
This and it's big brother the 902B are probably some of the best TVs to game on with HDR enabled, all others seem to add a lot of latency.

I have de 50 inch DX750 which supposed to have some of the 902 technology and 100 Hz panel vs 50 on the dx700. Outstanding picture on HD and amazing on 4K. Great with my xbxox S as well, although havent played any HDR . games yet.


Edited By: Klimgon99 on Nov 14, 2016 15:15
#9
Klimgon99
I have de 50 inch DX750 which supposed to have some of the 902 technology and 100 Hz panel vs 50 on the dx700. Outstanding picture on HD and amazing on 4K. Great with my xbxox S as well, although havent played any HDR . games yet.

I badly want the 902B, and although OLEDs have more vibrant pictures for sure, I believe, overall, the 902B is probably the best TV out there on the market atm, especially if you have a PS4 Pro, Xbox One S or Scorpio, whatever that will be.
Whereas other TVs can do HDR in short bursts, because it generates a lot of heat, the 902B can sustain it for much, much longer and although 4K is nice HDR is was what makes the biggest difference in picture quality.

Unless there's some massive price drops though I will try to hold off until CES when they'll announce new ranges, which hopefully should see trigger price drops in the existing range.
#10
GRSC
Cheaper at Littlewoods.com and brand new.
£839 but with 25% credit to your account...£630.
Not sure if they charge for delivery though.
Excellent Info mate and interest free for 12 mths too. HOT Comment!
#11
crumpo
Anyone had any experience with them? looking at a couple of the 50 inch sets for hdr to go with the ps4 pro...they are cheap but not sure about dealing with the outlet-is it worth the hassle/risk?


​their rating is high as any negative reviews are removed. I bought a wifi speaker (already had 4 I was happy with which were new) got one it was meant to be fully refurbished but didn't work... at all. took them ages to sort it and then when I wanted a replacement, they didn't have one and messed me around further.
got one a month later from same place with no issues but they removed my none offensive negative review saying problem was resolved which is how they get away with removing negative reviews.
1 Like #12
This seems like a good deal to me, though suspect come Black Friday this may be available for a similar price with a longer guarantee.
#13
I have this TV. Highly recommended. For PS4 / upscaled HD and Netflix compressed 4k.
Great picture. 8bit VA panel - but still looks awesome.
#14
Last few

davidparish1977
is this ps4 pro compatible as some hdr's are not?

Looks stunning :)

Edited By: hatton420 on Dec 05, 2016 02:34: .
#15
crumpo
Anyone had any experience with them? looking at a couple of the 50 inch sets for hdr to go with the ps4 pro...they are cheap but not sure about dealing with the outlet-is it worth the hassle/risk?
Had a £850 Panasonic go wrong after 6 months and a £1600 Samsung go wrong after 9 months. Both times purchased through JL... the return, replacement, repair process really is simple and great. These kind of deals look great but hit a problem in a few months and is it worth the hassle?

LED TVs are not the most reliable, you only really return them when they go wrong, I wouldn't touch a refurb TV with a barge pole
1 Like #16
Nice tv as my nephew just bought 1
1 Like #17
mcormack
GRSC
Cheaper at Littlewoods.com and brand new.
£839 but with 25% credit to your account...£630.
Not sure if they charge for delivery though.
Excellent Info mate and interest free for 12 mths too. HOT Comment!


It's not an excellent comment as pointed out in the follow-up reply. You have to purchase something else from Littlewoods using the credit. Also, taking on debt and risk isn't a good idea for a telly! Just save up for a new one if you really need it.
2 Likes #18
This to is superb. See my comments in a different advert entry. I bought this at £1200. It was worth every penny.
#19
banterbanter
I have this TV. Highly recommended. For PS4 / upscaled HD and Netflix compressed 4k.
Great picture. 8bit VA panel - but still looks awesome.

Comes up as10 Bit on mine.

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