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Panasonic Viera TX-50DX730 50” 4K UHD Smart TV £714.90 ibood

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Fantastic quality tv and great feature set. I can't find the tv for anywhere near this price. Today only deal
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Fantastic quality tv and great feature set. I can't find the tv for anywhere near this price.

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#1
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
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It not from a UK based company (Netherlands), and it also looks like a model number not available in the UK. So I can't compare price to anything else unless you have the UK version number?
#3
For reference, the nearest model I compared it to was £849 from richer sounds.

http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/PANA-TX50DX750B
#4
craigallison2010
For reference, the nearest model I compared it to was £849 from richer sounds.http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/PANA-TX50DX750B
DX750 have higher brightness, higher refresh and motion rate + you get UK model with 6 years warranty at richer sounds
#5
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000

Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:

OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)

Edited By: ronkers on Nov 15, 2016 08:01
#6
You can get the TX-50DX700 at ao for £611 with code SMART10, im waiting for it to drop in the sales though.

I wonder what the cheapest 10bit 4k tv is, I dont think my wallet will stretch so will have to make do with 8bit and hope.
#7
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)
That's pretty close, though you also have 12bit and a 10bit hybrid (often describe as 8bit+2), also dolby vision (an extended version of hdr).
#8
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)

And Plasma???
#9
peter1969uk
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)
And Plasma???

Plasma is mostly dead nowadays.
#10
BarmyBulldog
peter1969uk
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)
And Plasma???
Plasma is mostly dead nowadays.

For some yes, for other no. I'm still watching a 50" Panasonic plasma. Which I bought 7 years ago. LED have not been close to beating the picture quality. Now OLED yes, that is worth upgrading too. I can afford it and the blacks are way better than my Plasma, but besides that, for most of the content I watch, I just wouldn't see much of an improvement to justify the cost outlay.
#11
peter1969uk
BarmyBulldog
peter1969uk
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)
And Plasma???
Plasma is mostly dead nowadays.
For some yes, for other no. I'm still watching a 50" Panasonic plasma. Which I bought 7 years ago. LED have not been close to beating the picture quality. Now OLED yes, that is worth upgrading too. I can afford it and the blacks are way better than my Plasma, but besides that, for most of the content I watch, I just wouldn't see much of an improvement to justify the cost outlay.

In regards to 4k and current manufacturers it is dead. I still have a plasma in the living room myself but for 4k the only option is LCD/LED.
#12
BarmyBulldog
peter1969uk
BarmyBulldog
peter1969uk
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)
And Plasma???
Plasma is mostly dead nowadays.
For some yes, for other no. I'm still watching a 50" Panasonic plasma. Which I bought 7 years ago. LED have not been close to beating the picture quality. Now OLED yes, that is worth upgrading too. I can afford it and the blacks are way better than my Plasma, but besides that, for most of the content I watch, I just wouldn't see much of an improvement to justify the cost outlay.
In regards to 4k and current manufacturers it is dead. I still have a plasma in the living room myself but for 4k the only option is LCD/LED.

Once 4K becomes the standard, then it will be worth upgrading. Just not yet.
1 Like #13
peter1969uk
BarmyBulldog
peter1969uk
BarmyBulldog
peter1969uk
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)
And Plasma???
Plasma is mostly dead nowadays.
For some yes, for other no. I'm still watching a 50" Panasonic plasma. Which I bought 7 years ago. LED have not been close to beating the picture quality. Now OLED yes, that is worth upgrading too. I can afford it and the blacks are way better than my Plasma, but besides that, for most of the content I watch, I just wouldn't see much of an improvement to justify the cost outlay.
In regards to 4k and current manufacturers it is dead. I still have a plasma in the living room myself but for 4k the only option is LCD/LED.
Once 4K becomes the standard, then it will be worth upgrading. Just not yet.

+1 That's what I'm waiting for, plus for 4K/HDR standards to actually become 'standardised'
#14


Plasma is mostly dead nowadays.



not in my house its not !!"
#15
Dolby Vision way to go.
#16
peter1969uk
BarmyBulldog
peter1969uk
ronkers
vwblack
Television reviews are getting so confusing because of the large choice. Its difficult to decide what is best for your money as technology is changing so fast.
I need an expert to say what is the best buy for around £800-1000
Perhaps an expert can confirm, in general terms from best to worst:
OLED 4K HDR
LED 4K HDR (10 BIT)
LED 4K HDR (8 BIT)
LED 4K
LED FULL HD (1080P)
LED HD READY (720P)
And Plasma???
Plasma is mostly dead nowadays.

For some yes, for other no. I'm still watching a 50" Panasonic plasma. Which I bought 7 years ago. LED have not been close to beating the picture quality. Now OLED yes, that is worth upgrading too. I can afford it and the blacks are way better than my Plasma, but besides that, for most of the content I watch, I just wouldn't see much of an improvement to justify the cost outlay.


Interesting points. I shelled out for a Panasonic P42V20B a while back. Wasn't bothered by 3D but thinking about HDR now I've got Xbox One S. From what I read though basically us Panasonic plasma (the good models) owners are basically going to have to pay 1.5k as opposed to the £400ish deals I see on here for better picture...is that correct?
#17
Hi will this model work in the UK? Thanks

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