panasonic viera tx-65cx802b 4k 3d , HDR.Top of the range 2015, £1489 delivered. @ Cleverboxes - HotUKDeals
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panasonic viera tx-65cx802b 4k 3d , HDR.Top of the range 2015, £1,489.00 delivered. @ Cleverboxes

£1489.00 @ Cleverboxes
Was going to go for the new LG OLED, but won`t pay close to £5/- while they still have banding issues. This is my compromise to bridge the gap until QLED arrives or OLED sorts out the banding issue… Read More
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Was going to go for the new LG OLED, but won`t pay close to £5/- while they still have banding issues.

This is my compromise to bridge the gap until QLED arrives or OLED sorts out the banding issues. £3299 when first released in 2015 so well under half price now , but I`m guessing not a huge amount of stock left.

Does pretty much everything and got some great reviews when released - and has now had firmware update released to enable HDR.

Not a bad deal for a quality set.

£1655 , but 10% off first deal if you sign up for newsletter gets you in for £1489.50. Available at a couple of other "less reliable" outlets for £1479 if you want to take a punt !

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#1
Cleverboxes -sounds like Open Boxes
#2
Are the TVs with firmware updates to enable HDR 10 bit panels or is it a bit of a bodge job?
#3
is this 10 bit panel? HDR? what is its peak brightness nits?
#4
not many reviews of the 65", but here is the preview

https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-tx-65cx802b-review.11265

https://www.avforums.com/threads/2015-panasonic-cx802-tx-xxcx802b-owners-thread.1965289/

Edited By: tiberious on Sep 15, 2016 19:08: adds thread
#5
I went to a newcastle airport auction & seen a LG 2016 60 inch HDR PRO & that went for £475, plus auction cost. I think the total was about £600. if going for a tv go to a auction.
#6
cookie2015
I went to a newcastle airport auction & seen a LG 2016 60 inch HDR PRO & that went for £475, plus auction cost. I think the total was about £600. if going for a tv go to a auction.


what type of auctions do you find TV'S in?
#7
I have this TV but in 55inch superb 4k tv and as mentioned with a firmware update it now has HDR .. I paid £1200 nearly a year ago .. this is after I sent back 3 samsung 4k tvs with edge light led bleeding issues.. kinda pointless with their nanotechnology crystal display.. my 55 inch us back lit... if the price comes down under £900 this Christmas season.. I'm. getting another!!!
#8
just finished setting it up - surpasses all expectations, so, so happy !!
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I have Just got the 65dx902 for £2300 this years model sorry just sayin ;)

Edited By: the porter on Sep 16, 2016 13:16: K
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Th
the porter
I have Just got the 65dx902 for £2300 this years model sorry just sayin ;)

That got great reviews too ! ... let me know when it goes sub £1500 !X)

Edited By: tiberious on Sep 16, 2016 17:19: k
#11
the porter
I have Just got the 65dx902 for £2300 this years model sorry just sayin ;)
Where did you get this deal from
#12
Albibs
the porter
I have Just got the 65dx902 for £2300 this years model sorry just sayin ;)
Where did you get this deal from
Price match John Lewis with district electricals but it's going back as it's faulty for me the sammy 65ks9000 is better but I have a oled 65b6 on the way

Edited By: the porter on Sep 30, 2016 13:25
#13
I didn't think JL would price match with District Electricals as the warranties are not the same.
#14
Albibs
I didn't think JL would price match with District Electricals as the warranties are not the same.
Took 5 attempts and they have for plenty on avf but you have to keep trying

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