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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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Bargain 40GX800B refurb. New is 499.99 min.

Best 40 inch tv on the market currently imho


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Gutted picked up the 700B 3 weeks ago for £465, did come with a 6 year warranty though.
JamesSpendlove23/11/2019 18:47

Gutted picked up the 700B 3 weeks ago for £465, did come with a 6 year …Gutted picked up the 700B 3 weeks ago for £465, did come with a 6 year warranty though.


Poster forgot to mention Its a reburbished product not new
JamesSpendlove23/11/2019 18:47

Gutted picked up the 700B 3 weeks ago for £465, did come with a 6 year …Gutted picked up the 700B 3 weeks ago for £465, did come with a 6 year warranty though.


I got a 49FX650 from these guys about 3 months ago. Was a little marked up around the bezel which is fine. I just wanted a decent screen. Got it for £280 which was a good price but the screen had loads of clouding and dark patches as well as bleed so I returned it. Saw the same tv back up again within a couple of days. These refurbs are hit and miss I think. Some people have ended up with great tvs others have just returned them.
Just ordered. Been after this TV for bedroom and Dolby vision swung it for me as I use Apple TV. I bought 4k blu Ray player from them a while back and apart from not coming in original box it was in perfect condition and worked just as it should.
This tv is a possible buy for me, but have been put off a bit by some reviews saying the screen is so reflective, it's like a mirror.
Is it really that bad?
I think this set is designed for the movie buffs, and it has the added support of Dolby Vision, so good for Netflix and future proofing if DV takes off. HDR is slightly punchier on these than equivalently-priced models at this size, but not by a lot. From what I've read, they're not particularly suited to environments that are light, and they do show light glare more than other panels, so you should consider the environment that you'll be placing this in. An alternative to consider is the Samsung 7 series. 7 series are not quite as good as the Panasonic at delivering HDR content, but they're a better all-rounder, and more suited to lighter environments.
MisterMadHatter23/11/2019 21:12

I think this set is designed for the movie buffs, and it has the added …I think this set is designed for the movie buffs, and it has the added support of Dolby Vision, so good for Netflix and future proofing if DV takes off. HDR is slightly punchier on these than equivalently-priced models at this size, but not by a lot. From what I've read, they're not particularly suited to environments that are light, and they do show light glare more than other panels, so you should consider the environment that you'll be placing this in. An alternative to consider is the Samsung 7 series. 7 series are not quite as good as the Panasonic at delivering HDR content, but they're a better all-rounder, and more suited to lighter environments.


A movie buff wouldn't choose a 60Hz screen which is far from ideal for 3:2 pulldown, though at the price it's to be expected. The CX700 from 2015 blows this out the water with regard to panel specification.
Never mind the TV I'd never order from Panasonic outlet again especially if dpd was the courier.

Twice had a smashed TV sent and trying to chase a refund was a pita. Never again.
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Edited by: "djstevie" 23rd Nov 2019
djstevie23/11/2019 21:45

Never mind the TV I'd never order from Panasonic outlet again especially …Never mind the TV I'd never order from Panasonic outlet again especially if dpd was the courier.Twice had a smashed TV sent and trying to chase a refund was a pita. Never again.[Image]


Strange that.

When I had my 65" off them, the drivers insisted that the box was opened and checked the tv, to make sure I was happy and no damage to the tv. (65EX600B fyi) Even took pictures for their records.
MBeeching23/11/2019 21:32

A movie buff wouldn't choose a 60Hz screen which is far from ideal for 3:2 …A movie buff wouldn't choose a 60Hz screen which is far from ideal for 3:2 pulldown, though at the price it's to be expected. The CX700 from 2015 blows this out the water with regard to panel specification.


Four years on though and there's not much interest in making 40-43" TVs by manufacturers. From my research, this is one of the best sets at this size for HDR films due to the HCX processor. I'm not aware of any 2019 smaller sets that have a native 120Hz panel, but I may be wrong. But yes, you're right, true movie buffs would order a bigger screen with a much better panel, not a £500 40" inch TV. If you're a movie buff with restricted space then I think this is the best option.
MBeeching23/11/2019 21:32

A movie buff wouldn't choose a 60Hz screen which is far from ideal for 3:2 …A movie buff wouldn't choose a 60Hz screen which is far from ideal for 3:2 pulldown, though at the price it's to be expected. The CX700 from 2015 blows this out the water with regard to panel specification.


Wouldn't a movie buff be watching 24 fps 4k blu rays though? - I thought 3:2 pull down was how they convert 24 frames film to 29.97 NTSC @ 60Hz for the US regions so a 60Hz panel would be the most perfect match (for this terrible conversion)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 23rd Nov 2019
spannerzone23/11/2019 22:33

Wouldn't a movie buff be watching 24 fps 4k blu rays though? - I thought …Wouldn't a movie buff be watching 24 fps 4k blu rays though? - I thought 3:2 pull down was how they convert 24 frames film to 29.97 NTSC @ 60Hz for the US regions so a 60Hz panel would be the most perfect match (for this terrible conversion)


They would indeed Though I didn't think to cover all those downgrading their Blu-Ray collections for reduced bitrates, online convenience and box ticking new features with under spec panels (Dolby Atmos,Vison, HDR etc.)
Possibly ONLY 40" TV on the market lol, considering there's no mass production of 40" 4k panels (hence the high price compared to the glut of 43" ones).

I looked at this before plumping for the 43" RU 4300 Samsung. Dunno if I'd be wanting what is essentially a made good reject?
this or Samsung 40NU7190?
Anyone knows any tv 40 inch size from previous years better than this Panasonic...I`m not bother if is from 2015 if the quality of image is better than this
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