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Panasonic 65FX700B 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV for £699.89 at Costco
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Panasonic 65FX700B 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV for £699.89 at Costco

£699.89£899.8922%Costco Deals
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Posted 29th Sep
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The FX700 series delivers amazing 4K HDR pictures and has a sophisticated, yet easy to use, smart TV platform. Premium slim LED panel with dark metallic trim and stand
Features
* - 4K UHD, with HDR10+, HDR10, HLG
* - Freeview HD
* - 4K High-Precision Chroma Processor
* - 5 Year Warranty Included

Accurate Lifelike Colour, Thanks to Enhanced Picture Processing
FX700’s 4K HDR technology draws on our many years of great picture quality know-how to delivering beautiful and accurate images.
Delivers Colours with Absolute Accuracy Over a Wide Spectrum
By using special Wide Colour Phosphor Technology capable of producing a wider colour range, FX700 covers more than 90% of DCI standards. Wide Colour Spectrum TVs give you a more subtle, naturally toned colour palette which, unlike most LCD TVs, still looks authentic in any scene.
Support for multiple HDR formats
Panasonic TVs support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10 and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG). To enhance your HDR experience, we have unique functions, such as Auto Brightness Enhancer, to adjust video in response to light levels in your room.
Real-Life Images Created with High Contrast
Backlight control and signal processing combine to control the brightness in hundreds of areas for outstanding contrast expression. They also render fine hues and produce images with exceptional depth.
Your Favourite Programming in the Optimal Viewing Mode
Sport mode combines vivid hues with a surround sound effect for viewing football, and other stadium sports, as if you were at the game. The quick image response of Game mode brings you a more responsive playing sensation.
Adjustable Stand
Designed to Fit your Existing Furniture, wide or narrow — with two distinct styles from one “Switch Design” stand.
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nickcopp1229/09/2019 09:48

This orThis one works out to around £870 with work discount …This orThis one works out to around £870 with work discount https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/samsung-qe65q60ratxxu-65-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-qled-tv-with-bixby-10191567-pdt.html?istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istFeedId=4d7eb93e-055f-499d-8ee5-1cdcc50d67d1&istItemId=wmaqqqarm&istBid=tztx&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~0045+(PLA)+Samsung+QLED~Samsung+QLED+Summer+2019.+Elite+from+3rd+Jly~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=m&ds_kids=92700044821877953&tgtid=0045+(PLA)+Samsung+QLED&gclsrc=aw.ds&&&gclid=Cj0KCQjwrMHsBRCIARIsAFgSeI0utDggA2T5OdJqgnqmhn-BSOR-jDDYF5fW5wPuaxC8blVGpDlnKWYaAhT2EALw_wcB


Your work discount is no good for us!
"Conclusion
For a few years now, we have often preferred Panasonic’s mid-range TVs over competing models from LG, Sony and Samsung due to their value for money picture quality. Unfortunately, Panasonic has changed the formula this year, switching from a VA LCD to an IPS LCD panel, which means that contrast and black levels suffer greatly. We asked Panasonic about why it had decided to make the switch but the company did not want to go into details.

FX700 delivers very poor HDR performance but the problem with the IPS panel is that its limitations also spill into SDR (SD, HD & 4K video) performance. The picture is acceptable in very bright environments but it often looks contrast-poor and weak in darker viewing environments. Panasonic’s video processor does a good job but it is ultimately held back by the panel, which is a shame. On the other hand the IPS panel delivers far wider viewing angles than all VA LCD panels do and this allows you to enjoy the picture from almost any angle.

As for functionality Panasonic has introduced very modest changes with version 3.0 of My Home Screen. If you are into streaming, or TV apps in any way, it honestly feels like a crime not connecting a box like Apple TV, Roku or FireTV to Panasonic’s TVs. The built-in My Home Screen platform was not up to par in 2015 when it was named Firefox OS, and is outdated today. It is a simple web overlay that receives no updates and has a very limited app selection. It is in no way comparable to a full-fledged operating system like Apple’s tvOS.

All in all, FX700 seems like a sizeable downgrade from last year’s EX700 in the area that matters most; picture quality."FlatPanelsHD Review
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Great TV
Good Price
has anyone got one?
what is the motion blur like (if any)
Bonkers price. Hot!!!
This or

This one works out to around £870 with work discount
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nickcopp1229/09/2019 09:48

This orThis one works out to around £870 with work discount …This orThis one works out to around £870 with work discount https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/samsung-qe65q60ratxxu-65-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-qled-tv-with-bixby-10191567-pdt.html?istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istFeedId=4d7eb93e-055f-499d-8ee5-1cdcc50d67d1&istItemId=wmaqqqarm&istBid=tztx&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~0045+(PLA)+Samsung+QLED~Samsung+QLED+Summer+2019.+Elite+from+3rd+Jly~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=m&ds_kids=92700044821877953&tgtid=0045+(PLA)+Samsung+QLED&gclsrc=aw.ds&&&gclid=Cj0KCQjwrMHsBRCIARIsAFgSeI0utDggA2T5OdJqgnqmhn-BSOR-jDDYF5fW5wPuaxC8blVGpDlnKWYaAhT2EALw_wcB


Your work discount is no good for us!
Asking for opinions lol
"Conclusion
For a few years now, we have often preferred Panasonic’s mid-range TVs over competing models from LG, Sony and Samsung due to their value for money picture quality. Unfortunately, Panasonic has changed the formula this year, switching from a VA LCD to an IPS LCD panel, which means that contrast and black levels suffer greatly. We asked Panasonic about why it had decided to make the switch but the company did not want to go into details.

FX700 delivers very poor HDR performance but the problem with the IPS panel is that its limitations also spill into SDR (SD, HD & 4K video) performance. The picture is acceptable in very bright environments but it often looks contrast-poor and weak in darker viewing environments. Panasonic’s video processor does a good job but it is ultimately held back by the panel, which is a shame. On the other hand the IPS panel delivers far wider viewing angles than all VA LCD panels do and this allows you to enjoy the picture from almost any angle.

As for functionality Panasonic has introduced very modest changes with version 3.0 of My Home Screen. If you are into streaming, or TV apps in any way, it honestly feels like a crime not connecting a box like Apple TV, Roku or FireTV to Panasonic’s TVs. The built-in My Home Screen platform was not up to par in 2015 when it was named Firefox OS, and is outdated today. It is a simple web overlay that receives no updates and has a very limited app selection. It is in no way comparable to a full-fledged operating system like Apple’s tvOS.

All in all, FX700 seems like a sizeable downgrade from last year’s EX700 in the area that matters most; picture quality."FlatPanelsHD Review
This an upgrade from a DX802B?
A couple of months ago, I bought a Panasonic 49FX750 for £599 from John Lewis clearance.

Overall I'm pleased but I had hoped 4K might be more 'obviously' different from 1080p than it is. Last night I was playing Netflix stuff in 4k for the first time & if I'm honest, Blue Planet looked much the same as I remember it on the old TV.

One thing to bear in mind is this crop of Panasonic tellies DOESN'T come with Dolby Vision which Netflix ideally wants you to have.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 29th Sep
Out of stock
I would have bitten their arm off had been a VA panel and not IPS - specs on the review speak for themselves, the LG panel can only just break 1000-1 contrast ratio, the Samsung 65" RU7100 on the other hand can do over 5000-1 meaning inky blacks. Dunno why Panasonic are mixing their panel suppliers, some of their current range use Innolux VA panels and they're really good, inky blacks and reasonable viewing angles.
hatot29/09/2019 12:08

Out of stock


Should be plenty left in Store, you’ve got until 5pm to grab one! You could always ring them first to find out how many they’ve got left!
In the real World though it's best to have a look at one.
BrummyGeeza29/09/2019 13:09

Should be plenty left in Store, you’ve got until 5pm to grab one! You c …Should be plenty left in Store, you’ve got until 5pm to grab one! You could always ring them first to find out how many they’ve got left!


Appreciate it, no shop is close to us & not a member .
Worth doing the membership just for this tv 😁
They have 43" version?
Different stand on website? I would need central stand to fit on my cabinet.
Edited by: "thatfunkyrain" 29th Sep
thatfunkyrain29/09/2019 14:27

Different stand on website? I would need central stand to fit on my …Different stand on website? I would need central stand to fit on my cabinet.


The stand is adjustable, look at pics on the Costco link
BrummyGeeza29/09/2019 14:34

The stand is adjustable, look at pics on the Costco link


Great, just noticed, thanks.
Joe90_guy29/09/2019 12:05

A couple of months ago, I bought a Panasonic 49FX750 for £599 from John …A couple of months ago, I bought a Panasonic 49FX750 for £599 from John Lewis clearance.Overall I'm pleased but I had hoped 4K might be more 'obviously' different from 1080p than it is. Last night I was playing Netflix stuff in 4k for the first time & if I'm honest, Blue Planet looked much the same as I remember it on the old TV.One thing to bear in mind is this crop of Panasonic tellies DOESN'T come with Dolby Vision which Netflix ideally wants you to have.


Compared to other common HDR formats Dolby Vision is amazing though
I brought this exact TV from John Lewis when it was reduced to £1099 in December and have this annoying dark patch in the top right corner.

John Lewis warranty claim this is still to Panasonic's specification and won't repair or replace it

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AO.com have 65 inch smart TV 4k for like £549 or something
Applecake_01/10/2019 14:39

AO.com have 65 inch smart TV 4k for like £549 or something


A Panasonic?
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