Panasonic 58EX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play, Slim Metallic Bezel & Switch Design Adjustable Stand, Silver, Ultra HD Certified £599 John Lewis
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Panasonic 58EX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play, Slim Metallic Bezel & Switch Design Adjustable Stand, Silver, Ultra HD Certified £599 John Lewis

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Gibss9 m ago

Just got curry's to price match as my cc can get another £40 off the …Just got curry's to price match as my cc can get another £40 off the price.£560 for this TV seems like a steel!


I'd have paid the extra £40 for 5years warranty!

dexterf13115 m ago

Average tv and it's only a 8bit I'd pay the extra 200 and get a better tv




Can you privide a link to the 10bit 58" tv for £799 with 5 year warranty elsewhere please as i cant find one, thanks
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Just bought it. For this kind of money I cannot go wrong. everywhere else is 799 at least.

50" version is great.
Fantastic price.

Ordered

Good price. Just a shame it’s not 10 bit

agreed, great price, but can't comment on picture quality and performance as I don't own one.

Great price great TV

Cracking price. I've got the 50" EX700b in the bedroom and for the price, the picture quality cannot be beaten.

I've been waiting all week for a great deal to come about on a decent Panasonic TV, and this was it. Had to get it at that price. Heat

Great price.

Average tv and it's only a 8bit I'd pay the extra 200 and get a better tv

Ordered, thanks!

Really interested in this but a couple of reviews saying the viewing angle is not great on this. Can anyone who has this elaborate on how bad this is if at all. My viewing angle range from the centre of the screen is around 45degrees to the left side and around 80 degrees to the right side.
Thank you in advance.

i had one, but had terrible back-light bleed in the corners so as soon as you get one check for it, , the viewing angle wasn't great , picture on it was fantastic though.

dexterf13115 m ago

Average tv and it's only a 8bit I'd pay the extra 200 and get a better tv




Can you privide a link to the 10bit 58" tv for £799 with 5 year warranty elsewhere please as i cant find one, thanks

Nearly pulled the trigger on this at £880 last month

Was thinking of getting this myself till I read the reviews. At this price may have to think again

deanos8 m ago

i had one, but had terrible back-light bleed in the corners so as soon as …i had one, but had terrible back-light bleed in the corners so as soon as you get one check for it, , the viewing angle wasn't great , picture on it was fantastic though.


Hi Thanx for confirming I almost took the plunge seeing the price.
Did you exchange it for a different model? Brand?
I don’t need one which has smart facilities built in as I have the nvidia Shield and would prefer to use that as my streaming devise for Netflix etc. Just want a half decent panel with a decent picture and something that does not over process the picture to make it look artificial.
My brother has the DX750 and though the picture quality is really good the movement and overly bright and saturation can make the picture look too artificial.

Sorry guys mine was the 58DX750 just checked back my old receipts , think its same panel tho ?

Yes i got a Hisense M7000 gunmasterg9
Edited by: "deanos" 24th Nov

Don’t buy it terrible bleed in all corner 0

tempted by this but reviews saying it suffers from backlight issues that are significantly noticable in HDR and still noticable in SDR

Ordered. Was hoping to get a 65" Hisense or simillar but this seems to have great reviews unless you are someone who would twist on 21

58EX Series is the lower end compared to the 58DX line series . I have pulled the trigger for 58EX and now searching for negativity in leisure

Ordered, been looking at this for months at £859 most places. It had £40 off last week for £819 at curry’s ,even Panasonic eBay outlet still wanted £699 for a refurbished one.
Edited by: "hatelybear" 24th Nov

Any trusted reviews on this model ?

Male_Gol-114836522900172512 m ago

58EX Series is the lower end compared to the 58DX line series . I have …58EX Series is the lower end compared to the 58DX line series . I have pulled the trigger for 58EX and now searching for negativity in leisure


The DX range was 2016. EX is the 2017 range

hatelybear6 m ago

The DX range was 2016. EX is the 2017 range


No ...DX range would continue to 2017 . Read here

Panasonic 2017 TV Model Number Guide
  • EZ1002 (EZ1000 outside the UK) – 77 and 65 inches
  • EZ952 (EZ950 outside the UK) – 65 and 55 inches
  • DX902 (2016 model, continues in 2017) – 65 and 58 inches
  • DX802 (2016 model, continues in 2017 – 58 and 50 inches
  • EX750 (EX780 in Europe) – 75, 65, 58 and 50 inches
  • EX700 – 65, 58, 50 and 40 inches
  • EX600 – 65, 55, 49 and 40 inches
  • ES500 – 49, 40, 32 and 24 inches
  • ES400 – 49, 40 and 32 inches
A quick way to decipher these numbers is as follows:

  • Panasonic is using ‘EZ’ to label its premium TVs, the 4K OLED models
  • ‘DX’ is for the top 4K LCD LED models from 2016, which will continue into 2017
  • ‘EX’ is for the 2017 4K LED LCD models, a step down in the range
  • ‘ES’ is for the lower tier models going up to 1080p
And here
trustedreviews.com/new…995

Ordered, thanks op !

Would this be a better option than the Samsung UE55MU6400 at £579 from John Lewis (Pricematched Co-Op)?
It's 3" bigger, but is it any better?

Nice

Male_Gol-114836522900172539 m ago

No ...DX range would continue to 2017 . Read herePanasonic 2017 TV Model …No ...DX range would continue to 2017 . Read herePanasonic 2017 TV Model Number GuideEZ1002 (EZ1000 outside the UK) – 77 and 65 inchesEZ952 (EZ950 outside the UK) – 65 and 55 inchesDX902 (2016 model, continues in 2017) – 65 and 58 inchesDX802 (2016 model, continues in 2017 – 58 and 50 inchesEX750 (EX780 in Europe) – 75, 65, 58 and 50 inchesEX700 – 65, 58, 50 and 40 inchesEX600 – 65, 55, 49 and 40 inchesES500 – 49, 40, 32 and 24 inchesES400 – 49, 40 and 32 inchesA quick way to decipher these numbers is as follows:Panasonic is using ‘EZ’ to label its premium TVs, the 4K OLED models‘DX’ is for the top 4K LCD LED models from 2016, which will continue into 2017‘EX’ is for the 2017 4K LED LCD models, a step down in the range‘ES’ is for the lower tier models going up to 1080pAnd herehttp://www.trustedreviews.com/news/panasonic-tvs-2017-4k-hdr-2952995


Yeah fair enough but this is still a great deal

Just got curry's to price match as my cc can get another £40 off the price.

£560 for this TV seems like a steel!

deanos1 h, 46 m ago

Sorry guys mine was the 58DX750 just checked back my old receipts , think …Sorry guys mine was the 58DX750 just checked back my old receipts , think its same panel tho ?Yes i got a Hisense M7000 gunmasterg9


Over all is the Hisense a good TV? - how does it handle normal HD and in some instances SD content?

Gibss9 m ago

Just got curry's to price match as my cc can get another £40 off the …Just got curry's to price match as my cc can get another £40 off the price.£560 for this TV seems like a steel!


I'd have paid the extra £40 for 5years warranty!

Just ordered, hopefully mine doesn’t have the backlight issues! Also got a Philips 50PUS6262 coming tomorrow which is £150 cheaper and 8” smaller but isn’t known to have any issues.

Yup, me too. Saving £40 but losing a 5 year warranty as well as the great customer service from John Lewis is the wrong decision but each to his own.

Just spoke to richer sounds and was told is 599 on their website. Not showing yet but hopefully soon at 6 year warranty better

I`m the owner of this model since a month so will be happy to answer any questions.
Anyway I can recommend it. I was happy with it after I paid £869.
Try to imagine how happy I am now with £270 refunded

Just looking at this for a friend and trying to establish whether the negatives in the TrustedReview article are actually things likely to bother the average punter wanting a great picture for the Sky F1 coverage, general viewing and maybe some Xbox occasionally!

trustedreviews.com/rev…700

Any thoughts Mike?

Seen this one in similar price bracket:-

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

James.Steel9 m ago

Just looking at this for a friend and trying to establish whether the …Just looking at this for a friend and trying to establish whether the negatives in the TrustedReview article are actually things likely to bother the average punter wanting a great picture for the Sky F1 coverage, general viewing and maybe some Xbox occasionally!http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/panasonic-tx-58dx700Any thoughts Mike?Seen this one in similar price bracket:-https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/samsung-ue58mu6120-58-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-10170184-pdt.html


mind that that review is for the DX not the EX. (although I think the DX is meant to be better despite it being last years model)

mike28uk18 m ago

I`m the owner of this model since a month so will be happy to answer any …I`m the owner of this model since a month so will be happy to answer any questions.Anyway I can recommend it. I was happy with it after I paid £869.Try to imagine how happy I am now with £270 refunded


Would you mind giving review of light bleed or hdr issues ? Nice one on the refund. Really appreciate overall.opinion
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