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Good price for 50" led 100 hertz with iplayer. Thinking of getting this. Any better led at that price and same size??

you can also get £20 off via O2 priority moments.
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subzero1234#1
Anyone seen anything better please let me know.
Baz417#2
Good deal mate. Hot
subzero1234#3
I was hoping someone had found something of the same but cheaper.
cecilmcroberts#4
You got one hot deal there, can't find anything to rival that price that's a 100hz telly.
freakstyler#5
Does this use a proper 100Hz panel? Im sure the 100hz BLB doesn’t mean it’s a got a 100Hz picture refresh rate, its more like the rate the backlight is driven at to give a 50hz panel the impression that its 100hz or something like that lol.
TheShadowWalker#6
subzero1234
I was hoping someone had found something of the same but cheaper.

I bought this a week ago at around £610 (EUR720) after converting: http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00C5H1DI4/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Maybe wait a bit till the price goes down again? http://de.camelcamelcamel.com/LG-47LA6608-Cinema-LED-Backlight-Fernseher-schwarz/product/B00C5H1DI4

I was going to post it on HUKD but didn't have the time :/
ShineHunter#7
You can still get refurbished Sony 47" KDL47W807ASU.A Full HD 1080p 3D TV KDL47W807ASU.A for £594.14 using code SONYOCT515 15% here.
cecilmcroberts#8
freakstyler
Does this use a proper 100Hz panel? Im sure the 100hz BLB doesn’t mean it’s a got a 100Hz picture refresh rate, its more like the rate the backlight is driven at to give a 50hz panel the impression that its 100hz or something like that lol.

Well spotted, and correct by the looks of it, here's a review lifted from another model using the same terminology.

Motion clarity remains the TX-L42E6B’s biggest weakness, despite being equipped with “100Hz Back light Blinking” which is Panasonic’s backlight scanning technology that attempts to reduce the sample-and-hold effect largely responsible for the motion blur we perceive on LCDs.

The underlying LCD panel is still 50Hz, which is borne out by a motion resolution of between 250 and 300 as determined via the scrolling test chart in the FPD Benchmark disc. Unfortunately the Panasonic E6 doesn’t feature any onboard motion-compensated frame interpolation (MCFI) system to help the TV out in this area. On a positive note, there’s little in the way of black trailing commonly seen on VA-type panels.

Anyhow still a great price and even better with the £20 O2 discount.
freakstyler#9
cecilmcroberts
freakstyler
Does this use a proper 100Hz panel? Im sure the 100hz BLB doesn’t mean it’s a got a 100Hz picture refresh rate, its more like the rate the backlight is driven at to give a 50hz panel the impression that its 100hz or something like that lol.

Well spotted, and correct by the looks of it, here's a review lifted from another model using the same terminology.

Motion clarity remains the TX-L42E6B’s biggest weakness, despite being equipped with “100Hz Back light Blinking” which is Panasonic’s backlight scanning technology that attempts to reduce the sample-and-hold effect largely responsible for the motion blur we perceive on LCDs.

The underlying LCD panel is still 50Hz, which is borne out by a motion resolution of between 250 and 300 as determined via the scrolling test chart in the FPD Benchmark disc. Unfortunately the Panasonic E6 doesn’t feature any onboard motion-compensated frame interpolation (MCFI) system to help the TV out in this area. On a positive note, there’s little in the way of black trailing commonly seen on VA-type panels.

Anyhow still a great price and even better with the £20 O2 discount.

Yeah I thought so, still nice and cheap for a quality big screen LED tv.

A lot of sites state TV’s are 100hz when in fact they’re only 50hz. Its quite confusing and misleading.
beltabry#10
I'm debating between this tv or an LG tv at currys:
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/lg-50ln578v-smart-50-led-tv-21326034-pdt.html

any thoughts?

Edited By: beltabry on Oct 28, 2013 21:41
Savvy1#11
ShineHunter
You can still get refurbished Sony 47" KDL47W807ASU.A Full HD 1080p 3D TV KDL47W807ASU.A for £594.14 using code SONYOCT515 15% here.


doest work for me :-(
watty252#12
Panasonic TX-L50B6B 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD
This one is on amazon for £480 - does any one know the difference between the models? & is this post worth the extra £70?
lexwon#13
paid £509 with o2 priority moments in the end of July. Good tv though.
freakstyler#14

I would go for the LG if it were me.

I have a 50” Panasonic LED TV and we also have a 50” LG in the living room, the whole 100Hz thing aside I find LG TV’s far more user friendly. The media players these have built in will play almost anything from a USB stick, the Panasonic is very picky about what it plays, its just little stuff like that the LG does will do better.

Your also getting more bang for your buck with the LG.



watty252
Panasonic TX-L50B6B 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD
This one is on amazon for £480 - does any one know the difference between the models? & is this post worth the extra £70?

I have one, its not worth £480. Its about as basic as you can get with a TV.

Edited By: freakstyler on Oct 28, 2013 22:05
lexwon#15
watty252
Panasonic TX-L50B6B 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD
This one is on amazon for £480 - does any one know the difference between the models? & is this post worth the extra £70?

B6B is 50Hz
freakstyler#16
lexwon
watty252
Panasonic TX-L50B6B 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD
This one is on amazon for £480 - does any one know the difference between the models? & is this post worth the extra £70?

B6B is 50Hz

So is this ;)
h0t_1_0f_a_k1nd 1 Like #17
"beltabry
I'm debating between this tv or an LG tv at currys:
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/lg-50ln578v-smart-50-led-tv-21326034-pdt.html

any thoughts?."

Just an idea, during the peak up to Christmas, you will find a Panasonic TV Promoter in your big Curry's & John Lewis store's. I am one of them! It maybe a good idea, to speak to one of us about your what your needs are from a TV and your budget in mind. Panasonic do have some truly amazing picture quality on our 4 focus models, the WT60, DT60, FT60 & ET60, all have the capacity for Android or Apple devices to be used as secondary remotes, swipe and share and many more. Ask in store for a Demo!

Equally, you may find an LG TV promoter, in your big curry's stores, who will also assist you with your TV needs too!
BazingaBen#18
subzero1234
I was hoping someone had found something of the same but cheaper.


So why did you post it as a hot deal then? This is just shopping.
subzero1234 1 Like #19
BazingaBen
subzero1234
I was hoping someone had found something of the same but cheaper.

So why did you post it as a hot deal then? This is just shopping.
It's a lot of money to spend on a TV. I want value for my hard earned cash. If this is the best in that spec then this is where the money will be spent.
Hondo#20
h0t_1_0f_a_k1nd
"beltabry
I'm debating between this tv or an LG tv at currys:
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/lg-50ln578v-smart-50-led-tv-21326034-pdt.html

any thoughts?."

Just an idea, during the peak up to Christmas, you will find a Panasonic TV Promoter in your big Curry's & John Lewis store's. I am one of them! It maybe a good idea, to speak to one of us about your what your needs are from a TV and your budget in mind. Panasonic do have some truly amazing picture quality on our 4 focus models, the WT60, DT60, FT60 & ET60, all have the capacity for Android or Apple devices to be used as secondary remotes, swipe and share and many more. Ask in store for a Demo!

Equally, you may find an LG TV promoter, in your big curry's stores, who will also assist you with your TV needs too!


Sell,Sell,Sell....... ;)

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