Panasonic 58EX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play, Slim Metallic Bezel & Switch Design Adjustable Stand, Ultra HD Certified, Silver - £629.10 with code @ AO ebay
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Panasonic 58EX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play, Slim Metallic Bezel & Switch Design Adjustable Stand, Ultra HD Certified, Silver - £629.10 with code @ AO ebay

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Found 27th Feb
Use code P10AO to save 10% Enjoy premium picture quality. The Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV delivers vivid, richly-detailed images for a cinema-like feel. Wide Colour Spectrum technology enhances onscreen colours for more memorable viewing.

HDR creates more atmospheric and realistic lighting - blacks are deeper, highlights crisper and sharper. The TX 58EX700 offers Multi HDR compatibility, so it can activate HDR10 for most online and Blu-ray HDR content, and HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) for upcoming HDR broadcasts by the BBC and Sky.

Smoother, bolder images


With deeper blacks, bright areas are emphasized – so you see more detail. Feel the thrill of every action-packed scene, and engage with every dramatic moment. Local Dimming controls the brightness and darkness of each area of the screen to enhance contrast even more.

Sports, games and action movies look incredibly smooth and lifelike with a 1600 Hz BMR that analyses each frame to minimise blurring and keep you focused on the sharpest part of the image.

Switch Design


Adjust the TV stand between curved or straight foot positions, or even put them in the centre. This will help you fit it onto different-sized cabinets, position your sound bar practically or just add a tasteful look to your lounge.
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Yes I know... Everything on AO is 10% cheaper with a code...

Another AO code deal, super boooooring...
Edited by: "Pedrostan" 27th Feb
LOUGHBORO.GUY2 h, 4 m ago

Is this as good as Samsung MU 7000 ?


Nope, this model is like coalville. MU7000 is like loughborough.

Best comparison I could make.
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Yes I know... Everything on AO is 10% cheaper with a code...

Another AO code deal, super boooooring...
Edited by: "Pedrostan" 27th Feb
Is this as good as Samsung MU 7000 ?
Edited by: "LOUGHBORO.GUY" 27th Feb
LOUGHBORO.GUY23 m ago

Is this as good as Samsung MU 7000 ?


It doesn’t review as well, I went for the Samsung.
I need the 40" version of this. Missed the £380 offer a couple of weeks ago
Edited by: "Uranus" 27th Feb
LOUGHBORO.GUY2 h, 4 m ago

Is this as good as Samsung MU 7000 ?


Nope, this model is like coalville. MU7000 is like loughborough.

Best comparison I could make.
I've got this tv bought it from a link on here to panasonic ebay store last year. Very happy with purchase
Horrorwood1 h, 0 m ago

Nope, this model is like coalville. MU7000 is like loughborough.Best …Nope, this model is like coalville. MU7000 is like loughborough.Best comparison I could make.


Can you elaborate for non midlanders?
Loughborough is a nice place.... Coalville not as nice. Having said that I have the year before model of this TV and I don't have any issues with it. Great picture and really like the Firefox browser.
brettreading9 m ago

Loughborough is a nice place.... Coalville not as nice. Having said that …Loughborough is a nice place.... Coalville not as nice. Having said that I have the year before model of this TV and I don't have any issues with it. Great picture and really like the Firefox browser.


I just assumed both places were naff, and it was like comparing Iran with Iraq or something.
excellent!! cheers!!
Miles3 h, 37 m ago

It doesn’t review as well, I went for the Samsung.


isn't the samsung alot dearer??
LOUGHBORO.GUY27th Feb

Is this as good as Samsung MU 7000 ?


That Sammy's 10 bit though isn't it?
Edited by: "Rhythmeister" 28th Feb
brendinho3 h, 43 m ago

isn't the samsung alot dearer??


I paid £689 for mine, ordered on Boxing Day.
Rhythmeister3 h, 10 m ago

That Sammy's 10 but though isn't it?


The 55” MU7000 is a 10 bit panel.
012345 m ago

8 + FRC https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04 next … 8 + FRC https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04 next model up is MU8000 10 bit https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/9a9aaec


That is right, mu8000 55 inch over £1000, and 10bit not 8bit like mu7000 or that panasonic
0123455 m ago

8 + FRC https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04 next model …8 + FRC https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04 next model up is MU8000 10 bit https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/9a9aaec


That site is wrong. Every time anyone mentions the MU7000 that gets dragged up! Partly, perhaps all, Samsung's fault for sharing the same model number between a 49" 60hz 8-bit panel and 55" and above which all use 120hz 10-bit panels. That site is the only place on the internet that says that and it's the only one people point to for reference rather than more reputable and informative sources like AV Forums or HDTV test, Richer Sounds or even Samsung themselves.

I was always a Panasonic TV man and replaced my plasma with the MU7000. Relatively happy but still annoys me I abandoned Panasonic, like they abandoned superior plasma displays! I wanted to remain Panasonic but I wouldn't have wanted less than the EX750b and that was significantly more than I paid for the MU7000 and didn't come with a bundled 4K Blu-ray player like my Samdung at the time. I had replaced my Plasma before, with a 55CX802b for the bargain of £800 new (in 2016), but it was the last one just after it was replaced by the DX and Yodel smashed it in transit... I was on a mission for over a year trying to find a TV that come close for that money!

This is a lot of TV for the money so it's hot from me.
0123417 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-TX-58EX750B-EX750-58-Inch-Smart-3D-LED-TV-4K-Ultra-HD-Freeview-HD-and/112554182050?_trkparms=&rpp_cid=5a8e999527bce6084410363a&rpp_icid=5a8eb2fa4a90610846b8899e&rpp_cat_id=5a8eb2fb695a73083f9d3e7f £899 with code


I'd love to sneak that past the wife to replace a 4 month old TV... As unobservant as she is with electronics she frequently tells me an extra 3" would make all the difference so I doubt it would get past her! Damn. The cheapest I could find that at the start of November was around £1300.
pdm197111 h, 27 m ago

I've got this tv bought it from a link on here to panasonic ebay store …I've got this tv bought it from a link on here to panasonic ebay store last year. Very happy with purchase


Do u know if it’s 3d- only ask as got a few 3d films and would be nice to be able to still use them
012346 h, 3 m ago

no the next model up is 3d £899 with code …no the next model up is 3d £899 with code https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-TX-58EX750B-EX750-58-Inch-Smart-3D-LED-TV-4K-Ultra-HD-Freeview-HD-and/112554182050?_trkparms=&rpp_cid=5a8e999527bce6084410363a&rpp_icid=5a8eb2fa4a90610846b8899e&rpp_cat_id=5a8eb2fb695a73083f9d3e7f&clk_rvr_id=1453136308161&rmvSB=true


I have the 750b, I am looking to sell it as it doesn't play nicely with my sony soundbar. I paid £1300 new so these have come down in price alot.
Richer Sounds £699 with 6 year guarantee
0123416 h, 21 m ago

8 + FRC https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04 next … 8 + FRC https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/3b6db04 next model up is MU8000 10 bit https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/9a9aaec


Don’t believe everything you find on the internet
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