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Panasonic 50AX802B Smart 3D 4K TV £1299 with free 5 year warranty @ Currys
Panasonic 50AX802B Smart 3D 4K TV £1299 with free 5 year warranty @ Currys

Panasonic 50AX802B Smart 3D 4K TV £1299 with free 5 year warranty @ Currys

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Stunning TV, lowest price I've seen it at. Was going to wait for the Christmas sales and hope the AX902 came down to an affordable price but this is just silly money for a TV of this quality. Enjoy.

Potential 1.5% cash back via Quidco too.

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Wait till next xmas will be £500

You avin a larf ain't ya!?

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Can O2 customers get more off this ??

is there one of these without 3D ?

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mykaloen

is there one of these without 3D ?



Not that I'm aware of. I don't use 3D either, but most high end TV's come with it as standard. Just pretend it's not there!

heatlight

Not that I'm aware of. I don't use 3D either, but most high end TV's come … Not that I'm aware of. I don't use 3D either, but most high end TV's come with it as standard. Just pretend it's not there!



thanks for that reply...I don't use 3D or the smart features of a tv and it bugs me to know they are there and I never use them.

mykaloen

thanks for that reply...I don't use 3D or the smart features of a tv and … thanks for that reply...I don't use 3D or the smart features of a tv and it bugs me to know they are there and I never use them.



so glad you don't have the nuclear warhead firing button key

Anyone have this TV was going to go for the 58" Version over the Samsung and Sony Models:
Samsung ue55hu7500
Sony kd55x8505

Anyone have any recommendation? would appreciate it!

most places its £1650, and if you buy it from Panasonic they give 6 Years!

yusufjamaly52

Anyone have this TV was going to go for the 58" Version over the Samsung … Anyone have this TV was going to go for the 58" Version over the Samsung and Sony Models: Samsung ue55hu7500Sony kd55x8505 Anyone have any recommendation? would appreciate it!most places its £1650, and if you buy it from Panasonic they give 6 Years!



Ive had the Samsung, ive put a link to below for the last 5 months, cant fault it in any way shape or form, and a free 5 yr guarantee

richersounds.com/pro…500

I've had 2 Panasonic televisions over the last 4 years which lasted 2 years each. Most recent went bang last week! Crap.......... NOT this model I hasten to add. I'd personally never buy Panasonic again.

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Canijoinin

I've had 2 Panasonic televisions over the last 4 years which lasted 2 … I've had 2 Panasonic televisions over the last 4 years which lasted 2 years each. Most recent went bang last week! Crap.......... NOT this model I hasten to add. I'd personally never buy Panasonic again.



Although I've had no problems with my current Panny, this deal does have a five year warranty for any issues that might arise. Always worth looking for extended guarantees when spending this much money on a telly.

Amazing TV

Good deal on great TV. Same price with 6 year warranty in Panasonic own stores.

Had two Panasonic TV's used to be a Samsung man. Will never go back.

I have a 50G20 Plasma which after 4 years should be coming to the end of it's life cycle but shows no signs of stopping yet. It has been consistently updated during it's lifetime. This is the TV I will be going for when it does give up the go or the new iteration of it. At this price I am tempted to make the leap to 4K early.

I also have an LCD 32G10 again this has been stellar and is slightly older but picture is quality and I've had zero problems.

There are budget lines of Panasonic Tv's now I would never go budget you get what you pay for. But when you get a class product or even last years product at a lower price you simply can't go wrong with the Panasonic brand.

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crixus

Good deal on great TV. Same price with 6 year warranty in Panasonic own … Good deal on great TV. Same price with 6 year warranty in Panasonic own stores.



Wow, just checked and it's actually £1220 in my local. Thanks a lot for that!

Presume this does Netflik 4k? Only bought the Sony 50W829 earlier this year but keep looking at 4K TV's in the shops when I know I shouldn't! Wonder if it will drop further though in the Sales?

John Lewis have price matched if you prefer their guarantee - johnlewis.com/pan…=52

wozwebs

Presume this does Netflik 4k? Only bought the Sony 50W829 earlier this … Presume this does Netflik 4k? Only bought the Sony 50W829 earlier this year but keep looking at 4K TV's in the shops when I know I shouldn't! Wonder if it will drop further though in the Sales?



Yes it got an update recently to support Netflix

expertreviews.co.uk/tvs…ons

I am most impressed with it's dual, dual tuners for both FreeSat and Freeview. Also the fact it runs the catchup service directly via the guide. I am in!

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wozwebs

Worth noticing this from a John Lewis review:Worth bearing in mind before … Worth noticing this from a John Lewis review:Worth bearing in mind before you shell out if you were after 4k Netflix.........same goes for the larger model.Update 29 May 2014:Panasonic UK’s TV product manager Craig Cunningham has confirmed to us that the Viera AX802 series will not have Netflix 4K support despite the presence of inbuilt HEVC decoder. It’s a hardware issue which is not addressable by firmware update.



That's an old press release and turned out to be untrue as the patch was released recently.

£50 off an over £500 spend with the O2 Priority app so £1249

Canijoinin

I've had 2 Panasonic televisions over the last 4 years which lasted 2 … I've had 2 Panasonic televisions over the last 4 years which lasted 2 years each. Most recent went bang last week! Crap.......... NOT this model I hasten to add. I'd personally never buy Panasonic again.



have 2 one is 5 years old 42 " plasma other i got in 2013 both great no problems

only thing is for me going from my award winning panny plasma to any l.e.d tv will be a down grade in picture quailty, 4k or not contrast wise and motion still a way of plasma. i dont want grey blacks

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ashmac

only thing is for me going from my award winning panny plasma to any … only thing is for me going from my award winning panny plasma to any l.e.d tv will be a down grade in picture quailty, 4k or not contrast wise and motion still a way of plasma. i dont want grey blacks



You're correct of course, however the AX802 has excellent black levels for an LCD, the difference is nowhere near what it used to be. I had the same initial concerns (my plasma is still excellent, despite only outputting in 720P). Check this review from HDTVtest if you're still unsure.

hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm

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It's dropped again on the Panasonic store, now £1149 for the 50". Think I'm going to post it as a separate deal now.
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