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Panasonic 65" HX940B (2020) 4K TV with Freeview Play, HDR10+, Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos + 5yr Warranty - £1189.99 del @ Panasonic Store
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Panasonic 65" HX940B (2020) 4K TV with Freeview Play, HDR10+, Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos + 5yr Warranty - £1189.99 del @ Panasonic Store

£1,189.99£1,699.9930% Free P&P FreePanasonic Store Deals
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Posted 30th AugEdited by:"VLerDealer"

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This deal seems to have been re-activated. 30% off with code and 5 yr warranty through claim on their site.

About the product:

Panasonic’s highest performance 4K LED TV, the HX940, relays a remarkable picture on its slim screen thanks to the HCX Pro Intelligent Processor, advanced HDR support, Hollywood picture tuning and Local Dimming Pro technology, delivering high-quality motion, colour and contrast. Dolby Atmos sound is spatial and immersive to complete the cinematic experience. Its customisable Smart Platform brings you a wealth of online apps, including streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime Video*, and it works with compatible voice assistant smart devices.

HDR with Dolby Vision and HDR10+

High Dynamic Range deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. Panasonic’s panel supports multiple HDR formats including Dolby Vision, HDR10+ and HLG so you'll always get the full HDR treatment.

4K Ultra High Definition

This 65” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

HCX PRO Intelligent Processor:
Panasonic’s advanced processor ensures stunning picture accuracy. Tuned by a Hollywood colourist, it ensures contrast and colour authentic to real life, doing true justice to the film-makers’ vision. It displays superior colour, tone accuracy and brightness levels on a custom-designed panel.

Dolby Atmos Sound
:
get more immersed in your entertainment’s audio with the cinematic, three-dimensional sound placement of Dolby Atmos.

100Hz Panel
:
a native 100Hz panel delivers more images per second for a smoother, slicker viewing experience.

Local Dimming Pro
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adjusts light output in thousands of areas throughout the screen for outstanding, cinematic contrast.

Intuitive Smart Platform

‘my Home Screen 5.0’ provides quick and intuitive access to the content you want, with a huge variety of apps on a customisable home screen. Regular updates keep it up-to-date with the latest technology and content developments. And you get fast and easy access to the key apps such as Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon Prime Video who offer streaming services in 4K, as well as many more services including BritBox and Rakuten.*

Works with your Smart Assistant
This Panasonic TV works with both Google Assistant and Alexa devices, so you can change channel, adjust volume, and more, with just your voice, using compatible smart speakers and devices.

Freeview Play

Freeview Play combines catch-up TV, on-demand services and live television, so watching what you want, when you want, is now easier than ever. It’s free from subscription and is compatible with existing broadband services too. Services such as BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5 are also available without having to open specific applications. This gives effortless scroll back so you never miss a second of your favourite shows.

Slim frame with Switch Design

Framed with a slim bezel, this TV's refined looks are sleek and stylish. The 65" HX940 also features a Switch Design pedestal, allowing you to position the feet either centrally or towards the edge of the frame for greater flexibility.
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They make the best tvs out there
mikewadkins3530/08/2020 21:46

They make the best tvs out there


When you actually get one made by them and not a vestel.
OK no where near as good as the sony bravia kd65xh9505 I have been looking at that is a better TV.
Or I can get the LG CX but will be 55 inch but be an oled set. its in my budget to.
This is a very good deal I think
there the 2 I am looking at but going wait to Black Friday
It depends what things and services you will be using your TV for
I am not gaming which Is why I am liking the sony more. lets hope its near this price soon.
Edited by: "eastangliauk" 30th Aug
I'd go with an OLED. I've had an LG C7 for a couple years now. Fantastic.
Edited by: "bazza88" 30th Aug
eastangliauk30/08/2020 23:01

I am not gaming which Is why I am liking the sony more. lets hope its …I am not gaming which Is why I am liking the sony more. lets hope its near this price soon.


Yeah Sony seems to have more features compared to the Panasonic. Hopefully there should be some good deals on bank holiday Monday.
As I game a fair bit, any suggestions on TV tech as my Panasonic oled now has some horrible screen burn and customer service says not covered as it's not a malfunction. Would LCD / nanocell be better?
eastangliauk30/08/2020 22:46

Or I can get the LG CX but will be 55 inch but be an oled set. its in my …Or I can get the LG CX but will be 55 inch but be an oled set. its in my budget to.


I'm not sure where you can get a CX for this money, not even a 48"
Do you have to be logged in to get to that page?
It's clear the link sends you there but there is, as far as I can see no direct link from Panasonic.
Kulaak31/08/2020 09:52

Do you have to be logged in to get to that page?It's clear the link sends …Do you have to be logged in to get to that page?It's clear the link sends you there but there is, as far as I can see no direct link from Panasonic.


No, this is the same link they have used in the past for TV deals. I had it bookedmarked and checked again yesterday.
jim.mclean31/08/2020 09:23

As I game a fair bit, any suggestions on TV tech as my Panasonic oled now …As I game a fair bit, any suggestions on TV tech as my Panasonic oled now has some horrible screen burn and customer service says not covered as it's not a malfunction. Would LCD / nanocell be better?


I believe the new OLEDs do not have this problem as they all have a feature called screen refresh which helps with burn ins. The LG CX seems to be the best for gaming and for next gen consoles.
Komplicated_Sam31/08/2020 10:15

I believe the new OLEDs do not have this problem as they all have a …I believe the new OLEDs do not have this problem as they all have a feature called screen refresh which helps with burn ins. The LG CX seems to be the best for gaming and for next gen consoles.


Also some have what's known as pixel shift. Moving the picture about by 1 pixel at a time, not noticeable to the viewer to reduce the likely hood of a static image on any part of the screen.
If you have the money you could buy Panasonic's top of the range Oled HZ2000 which has a heatsink attached to the back of the screen to keep the panel cooler which in turn minimizes the time of any image retention displayed after it has changed.
VLerDealer31/08/2020 10:05

No, this is the same link they have used in the past for TV deals. I had …No, this is the same link they have used in the past for TV deals. I had it bookedmarked and checked again yesterday.


It's an odd one as the TV is shown in it's product page at full price but no link to a discount offer.
Kulaak31/08/2020 10:33

It's an odd one as the TV is shown in it's product page at full price but …It's an odd one as the TV is shown in it's product page at full price but no link to a discount offer.

it was part of their earlybuyer offers, so you can only access with the link. They used to advertise it on social media.
Kulaak31/08/2020 10:33

It's an odd one as the TV is shown in it's product page at full price but …It's an odd one as the TV is shown in it's product page at full price but no link to a discount offer.


add to cart then apply the discount code from the OP
eastangliauk30/08/2020 22:46

Or I can get the LG CX but will be 55 inch but be an oled set. its in my …Or I can get the LG CX but will be 55 inch but be an oled set. its in my budget to.


Personally I'd go very good LCD 65" over 55" oled.
No stock! Tried this few months ago & surprise surprise no stock then either!?
Kulaak31/08/2020 09:36

I'm not sure where you can get a CX for this money, not even a 48"



319.8 off the 55 inch CX now on ebay with code if I had the funds but don't yet. hughs shop 5 year warrenty to
Edited by: "eastangliauk" 3rd Sep
I am selling my 55" AG9 for 1300 if anyone is interested, collect Ilford Essex area...
Komplicated_Sam03/09/2020 10:15

I am selling my 55" AG9 for 1300 if anyone is interested, collect Ilford …I am selling my 55" AG9 for 1300 if anyone is interested, collect Ilford Essex area...


How long have you had that?
eastangliauk03/09/2020 10:06

319.8 off the 55 inch CX now on ebay with code if I had the funds but …319.8 off the 55 inch CX now on ebay with code if I had the funds but don't yet. hughs shop 5 year warrenty to


Isn't it a max of £75 off?
Kulaak03/09/2020 10:17

How long have you had that?


It will be coming up to 1 year next month
Kulaak03/09/2020 10:23

Is it not your liking?


Love it but it's always been too big for my room will be getting a smaller one
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