Panasonic 65EX700B 65" 4k TV - Looks a decent price for this. £150 off applied at checkout £949 @ Costco
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Panasonic 65EX700B 65" 4k TV - Looks a decent price for this. £150 off applied at checkout £949 @ Costco

£949£1,10014%Costco Deals
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Found 29th Jan
Looking for a deal on a 49" and saw this above my budget but thought someone might want it


The EX700 series can deliver amazing 4K HDR pictures from video on-demand serives and Ultra HD Blu-ray. A slim design, with metal frame and stand, complements the great picture. Thanks to Switch Design, you can adjust the stand to work with your furniture or AV accessories.

4K HDR Technology

4K HDR technology uses Panasonic professional picture quality know-how for delivering beautiful lifelike images accurate to the director's intention.

Wide Colour Spectrum

By using Wide Colour Phosphor technology, this TV can offer a broader colour range to give you a more subtle, natural toned colour palette for an authentic viewing experience.

Advanced Colour Processing

Advanced Colour Processing uses Panasonic professional picture quality know-how to deliver faithful onscreen images. It delivers accurate colours and works to produce deeper blacks which retain detail even in dark scenes.

Switch Design

Wide or narrow, subtle or bold, with four styles in one adjustable stand, you can change the look of your TV as often as you decorate. Fit all your accessories, soundbars and cables under your new TV with ease.

Specifications
  • Package: No
  • Annual Power Consumption: 168kWh
  • HDMI Ports: 3
  • Resolution: 4K UHD (2160p)
  • Brand: Panasonic
  • Processing Rate: 4K 1600 Hz BMR IFC
  • Screen Size: 65 inch
  • Curved Screen: No
  • Scart Ports: 0
  • Screen Technology: LED
  • USB Ports: 3
  • Colour: Silver
  • Smart TV: Yes
  • Internet Ready: Yes
  • Weight: 40kg
  • Dimensions: 145.7 x 89.6 x 44.8 cm (with stand)
  • Speaker Output: 20W
  • Energy Rating: A+
  • Accessories Included: TV Remote
  • Digital Tuner: Yes
  • 3D Ready: No
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Decent price for a huge screen.

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It's 8 bit for anyone wondering
Cold. No scart output
broke_no_joke29th Jan

Cold. No scart output



Think you'd need a scart INPUT, not output, to a tv.
If I'm spending close to a grand on a tv it should have oled
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Cold. No scart output
Damn, can’t use my VHS on it then
Heat; looks good. Only downside I can see is only 3 HDMI ports. Would never buy a TV sight unseen though.
Need to put the manufacturer in the title
Can’t see how to edit it
Looks good for the money
It's 8 bit for anyone wondering
If I'm spending close to a grand on a tv it should have oled
It wont though
It will eventually
StolenDiagram30th Jan

If I'm spending close to a grand on a tv it should have oled


What size 'oled' would that be?
Looking at specs on Richer Sounds, 8 bit. Ultra HD Premium, No.
StolenDiagram30th Jan

If I'm spending close to a grand on a tv it should have oled


65 inch oled for under 1k not anytime soon
what are these like with standard definition. it`s going to be hard to let go of the Panasonic plasma
Model is the 65EX700B
was posted a couple of weeks ago here
broke_no_joke29th Jan

Cold. No scart output



Think you'd need a scart INPUT, not output, to a tv.
TBH it just doesn't look that great a TV for the money, well in my view anyway.
You need to add a note that the £949 price only applies to Costco members.
There is a 5% + VAT surcharge for non-members!!
Is this an Android OS, no mention of this ?
excellent!! cheers!
gungesh1 h, 23 m ago

Is this an Android OS, no mention of this ?


Firefox, think only Sony and Phillips have Android built in.
Just to add to this, RS will price match this and beat it by £20 so will get it for £929 with 6 year warranty. Called the local store and telesales who confirmed the price match.

Hope this helps
How would this compare to the Hisense 65" deals posted in the last 1-2 months? Those Hisense units were a good few hundred pounds cheaper.
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MarkThisDay30th Jan

It's 8 bit for anyone wondering


Just drop it if you want more bits.
Just a shame its not 4k. If im spending this close to a grand I may as well hand over another 200 quid for oled AND 4k.
What's this like for gaming?
My current 55 inch Panasonic has bad input lag, it makes games like Street fighter unplayable
carterland12 h, 20 m ago

Just to add to this, RS will price match this and beat it by £20 so will …Just to add to this, RS will price match this and beat it by £20 so will get it for £929 with 6 year warranty. Called the local store and telesales who confirmed the price match.Hope this helps


Just phoned Richer Sounds they would only match £949.99 + £30 Costco membership fee less £10 so best price £969.99
Pauloc592 h, 17 m ago

Just phoned Richer Sounds they would only match £949.99 + £30 Costco m …Just phoned Richer Sounds they would only match £949.99 + £30 Costco membership fee less £10 so best price £969.99


That's very strange as they both confirmed the £929 for me. I even went into my local store to see the tv and he was ready to sell me it but I've decided it was too big so gone for the 58 inch version.
Looks a bit overpriced
MarkThisDay30th Jan

It's 8 bit for anyone wondering


Irrelevant. People can't tell the difference. They only delude themselves to think they can see a difference.
yant15th Feb

Care to explain why?


It could be cheaper.
johnnyaxe16th Feb

It could be cheaper.


Wow what an explanation! So just you wishful thinking then. No proper info.
And where have you seen a 65” of a major brand for less than that?
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