Panasonic 40” 4K Ultra HD TV - £489.90 delivered @ ibood
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Panasonic 40” 4K Ultra HD TV - £489.90 delivered @ ibood

£489.90
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Found 5th Dec 2014Made hot 5th Dec 2014
£479.95 + £9.95 shipping (£489.90)

+ 4.04% TCB

Merk: Panasonic
Type: LED TV VIERA TX-40AX630E
Design: Premium metal (top & bottom hairline glossy black), pedestal silver glossy metal
Warranty: 2 years

4K Ultra HD: four times as high definition as full HD
Enjoy your favorite show any time anywhere on your tablet or smartphone
Simple and intuitive interface with voice recognition
Panel

Panel: 4K ULTRA HD LED LCD
Panel drive: 4K 1200 Hz BLS IFC
Resolution: 3840 x 2160 p
Diagonal size: 40 inch / 101,6 cm
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Viewing angle: 176 degree
Brilliant Contrast
3D: 2D naar 3D converter, Active Shutter 3D, Polarized 3D
Sound

Surround mode: VR-Audio True Surround
Speakers: Full Range x 2
Speaker output: 20 W (10 + 10)
Dolby Digital Plus/ DTS 2.0+Digital Out™
Sound mode: Standaard/Music/Ambiance/User
Connections

HDMI (4K 60/50p Input): 3
USB: 2 (USB 2.0 x 2)
LAN: 1 (onderkant)
Common Interface: 1 ( CI Plus , Version 1.3 )
SD card: 1
Scart connector: 1
Digital audio: 1
Component Video Input shared with Composite: RCA phono type x 1
Network

Digitale tuner reception: DVB-T/T2
Analogue tuner
Processing engine: Dual - Core Plus
Wireless LAN built-in
Network file sharing
TV Anywhere
DLNA: RUI2.0/DTCP-IP/DMP/DMR/DMS
Bluetooth 6
Teletext reception: 1500P
USB-HDD recording
Multi Window: 1T PAP/PIP/PAT
Easy operation

My home screen
Multiple user profiles
My Stream
Voice assistant in UK English / German / French / Italian / Spanish / Portugues / Dutch / Danish / Polish / Swedish / Greek / Turkish / Czech / Finnish / Norwegian / Hungarian / Romanian / Slovak
Voice command & voice recognition
EPG
Touchpad remote
Camera integrated
Eco

Power supply: AC 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Dimensions

With stand standaard: 919 x 537 x 60 mm
Without stand: 919 x 582 x 202 mm

157 Comments

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douglas13

Working link



The link must be broken, it does the same as my link.

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superspeedy

The link must be broken, it does the same as my link.



my link is fine, your must be the broken one here, mate.

Link didn't work for me, but the product was just lower down on the page as a link.

Maybe this Link will work - ibood.com/uk/…tml

Still doesn't work. Just scroll down on the bust link and the offer will be there though

Almost pointless in 40 inch.

One review...

Lieven
Etikhove, Male, 50-64, New User
Installed in an instant; super light; discovered no downside! Quality is sublime. Why am I not born 40 years later? The evolution in the high tech world is no longer keep up with!

It's quite thick as well

good buy though better than the 39" seiki
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moneysavingkitten

Almost pointless in 40 inch.



True, not much point having 4k on a 40in TV. But really good price for the spec. Apart from the 4K, it has other feature like touch remote, voice recognition, 3D, etc. Looks stunning as well. Panasonic do quality TV.

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moneysavingkitten

Almost pointless in 40 inch.



Why's that then?

Won't this be a mainland europe version with no support for the UK Freeview (Terrestrial) HD channels?

Could work quite nicely as a PC monitor. Is it really 4K at 60Hz over HDMI?

link is broken, reboot the series nintendo

PC_Dave

Why's that then?



Generally speaking from the distance people will be viewing it (assuming a main living room PC), your eyes can't physically pick up the detail over 1080p.

Recommendation is 50" unless you're pretty close.

abigsmurf

Generally speaking from the distance people will be viewing it (assuming … Generally speaking from the distance people will be viewing it (assuming a main living room PC), your eyes can't physically pick up the detail over 1080p.Recommendation is 50" unless you're pretty close.



I did not know that!

abigsmurf

Generally speaking from the distance people will be viewing it (assuming … Generally speaking from the distance people will be viewing it (assuming a main living room PC), your eyes can't physically pick up the detail over 1080p.Recommendation is 50" unless you're pretty close.



Those of us that live in London almost certainly sit close enough to notice a difference. Then there's the difference between running games at 1080 and 4k (assuming your graphics card can handle it).

Most importantly:

Teletext reception: 1500P

It has teletext. Phew!

very nice deal, 3d as well

jsw72

One review...LievenEtikhove, Male, 50-64, New UserInstalled in an … One review...LievenEtikhove, Male, 50-64, New UserInstalled in an instant; super light; discovered no downside! Quality is sublime. Why am I not born 40 years later? The evolution in the high tech world is no longer keep up with!



Review written in doge?

Yes let me put my credit card details into a beta site please...

Active AND polarised 3D??

why is this so cheap when I've seens an LG version for about £4000? I know the LG version was about 50 inch but still a massive difference.

EDIT - I thought the panasonic was an OLED.
Edited by: "klabnix" 5th Dec 2014

Heat Nice Find

does anyone know if it does 60Hz at 4-4-4(not 4-2-0) for PC use???

Babbler

Yes let me put my credit card details into a beta site please...



I just tried.. and they also accept paypal

but not sure on what to do.. was thinking of buying a TV but pretty much want a 46'' to 48''

hmmm.. dont think ill notice 40'' over the current 37''
Edited by: "yoyo59" 5th Dec 2014

moneysavingkitten

Almost pointless in 40 inch.



Surely it will be a worthy buy over a normal LED 40inch>?!
"Pointless" is a silly comment.

heads up that virtually all 4k tv's at the moment have very poor input lag which then renders it useless for gaming.... or at the least.... very frustrating.

Even the top end units e.g. hu8500 series samsungs can't achieve a good input lag time at the moment. obviously with new models things will change...but for now I wouldn't go blowing money on one if gaming is a primary use for you. would be better getting a 1080p set with OLED

Doesn't come with 3D glasses, so will need your own.

Slackz

Heat Nice Find

This is a quality set but is more 'uhd ready' it has no built in decoder for uhd so you cannot watch say 4k netflix without a secondary piece of equipment wheras the higher priced range have it built in

pointless in 40"- nope depends how far back u sit, Gadget show guy last night says optimum size for bedroom was 37", anyway great tv, yes its thicker than the super slim but for a GOOD REASON, good tv good spec, imo great for a bedroom or small living room, ordered mine today only downside shipping is 18-12 only 1 week from Xmas. thanks OP, HOT

ibood.com/uk/…tml
Edited by: "bilbobagenz" 5th Dec 2014

neroneuk

does anyone know if it does 60Hz at 4-4-4(not 4-2-0) for PC use???


Full 4:4:4 reproduction (PC) Yes for 4K; not fully for HD signal due to internal scaling

Love these comments about how you can't tell the difference.
I sit about 3 foot from pc and the difference from 1080p-1440p-4k was night and day. I can only presume these comments are made by those who have never actually seen one.

This is the TX-40AX630E looking at ibood.

proper review of the TX-40AX630B (maybe just a colour difference)

hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm

Believe it to be just active only

Tempting because of the quality name over the seki and swedex we've seen recently.

This 8 bit decoding I'm not sure on. I dont have netfix but what else would it affect?

Noxia

Love these comments about how you can't tell the difference. I sit about … Love these comments about how you can't tell the difference. I sit about 3 foot from pc and the difference from 1080p-1440p-4k was night and day. I can only presume these comments are made by those who have never actually seen one.



Are you using a tv at 30hz or a monitor at 60hz. Tempted to buy this mainly as a monitor (but sometimes tv). if a tv how are you coping with the refresh rate.

Noxia

Love these comments about how you can't tell the difference. I sit about … Love these comments about how you can't tell the difference. I sit about 3 foot from pc and the difference from 1080p-1440p-4k was night and day. I can only presume these comments are made by those who have never actually seen one.



Do you sit 3 feet away from your TV aswell?

I can only presume you thought this was a pc monitor and not a TV?

Here is a guide to viewing distance/screen size to notice a benefit of 4k over 1080p
s3.carltonbale.com/res…tml

simonbrowne

This is the TX-40AX630E looking at ibood.proper review of the … This is the TX-40AX630E looking at ibood.proper review of the TX-40AX630B (maybe just a colour difference)http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/tx40ax630b-201410223934.htmBelieve it to be just active onlyTempting because of the quality name over the seki and swedex we've seen recently.This 8 bit decoding I'm not sure on. I dont have netfix but what else would it affect?



As I stated before this may not support terrestrial HD channels in the UK. Personally I wouldn't take the risk.
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