Panasonic TX-49EX600B 49 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Refurbished £329.99 @ Panasonic / Ebay
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Panasonic TX-49EX600B 49 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Refurbished £329.99 @ Panasonic / Ebay

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Hot! Seems stand adjustable. This is important to me as I need a narrow stand for my table. Will need to research input lag and 4 4 4 chroma
What's the difference between the ex600b and ex700b?
Is this a young vestal
SavB11 m ago

What's the difference between the ex600b and ex700b?


Newer model I believe.
tech radar say

Our Verdict The 49-inch DX600 is a decent TV and offers 4K and HD pictures at a highly affordable price. We reviewed this TV at £649 but we'd be surprised if you couldn't find it for less pretty soon.


For
  • Low price
  • Clean, colourful 4K
  • Firefox OS
  • Freeview Play app
  • 4K digital file support

Against
  • Tight viewing angle
  • Average audio
  • No 3D



The DX600 series sits in the middle of Panasonic's 2016 range of 4K TVs. It offers the superb value of a sub-premium price while also offering 4K picture and the fantastic FirefoxOS smart TV system - for that alone it's worth considering.

This DX600 range is very similar to the DX700, but costs a fraction less and consequently comes without HDR features.
Heat ordered
I'd avoid this one: it's an 8 bit panel only, and has not been well-reviewed.
This one or........... Hisense H49N5500 49" 4K HDR Smart Tv £349.00 Currys with code£349Currys Deals? Posted Yesterday?
I've got some Panasonic surround sound speakers. Works great on my existing Panasonic TV as they switch on automatically and volume is controlled by the TV remote. Would this support viera connect?
@Euphiletos not worried about the 8bit 10bit thing just a 2nd tv as I have a KS7000 as my main tv.
matthat44 m ago

tech radar say Our Verdict The 49-inch DX600 is a decent TV and offers 4K …tech radar say Our Verdict The 49-inch DX600 is a decent TV and offers 4K and HD pictures at a highly affordable price. We reviewed this TV at £649 but we'd be surprised if you couldn't find it for less pretty soon. For Low price Clean, colourful 4K Firefox OS Freeview Play app 4K digital file support Against Tight viewing angle Average audio No 3D The DX600 series sits in the middle of Panasonic's 2016 range of 4K TVs. It offers the superb value of a sub-premium price while also offering 4K picture and the fantastic FirefoxOS smart TV system - for that alone it's worth considering.This DX600 range is very similar to the DX700, but costs a fraction less and consequently comes without HDR features.


This is the ex600 the dx is from 2016
Well..probably better than my sony 49we725? For 399..
This or the Hisense H49N5700UK 49" for 55 squid more ?
Euphiletos1 h, 57 m ago

I'd avoid this one: it's an 8 bit panel only, and has not been …I'd avoid this one: it's an 8 bit panel only, and has not been well-reviewed.


I agree it hasn't been well reviewed but the fact it has a 8bit panel isn't a factor it's 329 you won't get a 10bit panel for that price, for a start and the fact it doesn't have local dimming HDR doesn't matter on this
Edited by: "Smadmad" 8th Feb
Smadmad1 m ago

I agree it hasn't been well reviewed but the fact it has a 8bit panel …I agree it hasn't been well reviewed but the fact it has a 8bit panel isn't a factor it's 329 you won't get a 10bit panel for that price for a start and the fact it doesn't have local dimming HDR doesn't matter on this


Not to mention edge only local dimming is distracting half the time. Need full array dimming if anything.
IronSoldier1 m ago

Not to mention edge only local dimming is distracting half the time. Need …Not to mention edge only local dimming is distracting half the time. Need full array dimming if anything.


It has no local dimming what so ever. But like I said it's £329
Smadmad3 m ago

It has no local dimming what so ever. But like I said it's £329


I know. I was agreeing with you
IronSoldier1 m ago

I know. I was agreeing with you


Apologises bud
I would check the location of the nearest service centre in case warranty is needed as returns costs are down to you.

panasonic.eu/Ser…tml
Anyone no what the image in Panasonic tv's is from?
PaulCoops2 h, 28 m ago

This or the Hisense H49N5700UK 49" for 55 squid more ?


I'm in the same boat however I will stick with the Hisense despite Panasonic being potentially better, for an extra £20 you get an extra years warranty, new TV (which some insurance don't insure refurb) and the returns process is far more easier with curries in regards to fault and refunds than Panasonic.
SilverBlack53 m ago

I would check the location of the nearest service centre in case warranty …I would check the location of the nearest service centre in case warranty is needed as returns costs are down to you.http://panasonic.eu/ServiceCenter/en_GB/index_uk.html


Pain in the backside to transport to servicing when it should be the retailer to collect it in case of fault like how most major retailers do.

In this case the TV can potentially cost more than £329 if there ever is problems with it.
Disco.Dave53 m ago

Anyone no what the image in Panasonic tv's is from?


The spaceperson shown on the TV?
Smadmad45 m ago

The spaceperson shown on the TV?


But what's the show /movie?
I was asking if that's what meant lol.
It's made by Panasonic to display
Panasonic's cinema experience

No HDR, still a great price for an entry level 4K set! Heat from me.
Edited by: "thisismyalias" 8th Feb
Euphiletos5 h, 21 m ago

I'd avoid this one: it's an 8 bit panel only, and has not been …I'd avoid this one: it's an 8 bit panel only, and has not been well-reviewed.


Could you point me to a 10bit panel and with better reviews for around same price please
Nero_J1 h, 1 m ago

Could you point me to a 10bit panel and with better reviews for around …Could you point me to a 10bit panel and with better reviews for around same price please


You won't get one, but the 8bit 10bit argument is pointless. What is more important to HDR is local dimming and you definitely won't get that at this price point
good price for a set for your nan who doesnt care about future proofing
kaiser05120 m ago

good price for a set for your nan who doesnt care about future proofing


Not a lot is future proof these I'm afraid, it seems everything is out of date these days within 12 months.
"We can only ship to Mainland UK & Northern Ireland (Excluding all Plasma TV’s and anything over 42”); we regret that we cannot deliver to the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Shetland & Scottish Islands or the Republic of Ireland."
I bought one of these new on a different deal. Bit disappointed to be honest, really bad motion blur. Watching football is a nightmare!
I would never buy ebay Panasonic again, I ordered one from eBay Panasonic for a spare bedroom, hardly used and under 2 years old when it went faulty.

Panasonic don’t want to help and even threat of court and they still refusing to fix my television.

just under 2 years old and paid over £600 for it.

Panasonic said basically they only cover me for 12 months and if I a repair I would have to pay all costs.

my own fault as knew was issues well within 12 months but never had time to sort it out till recently and now it’s just scrap.

Had a new Panasonic washing machine and had them repair that twice, so I’ll be avoiding Panasonic like the plague from now on as don’t seem as good quality as they use to be or maybe I am just unlucky.
I now 2 people who’s Panasonic TVs lasted 8 years both gave nearly £1000 each for them is this the life span of a new tv ? My Samsung is 6 years old working fine

It isn't. It's a purpose made advert by Panasonic.
I bought the 43” last summer and I’m very happy with it, saw this and ordered one a few days ago,arrived this morning and now all set up but unfortunately I don’t have antenna yet in this room so I don’t know the quality of tv channels but watching on Amazon App is great picture and the sound is fantastic.
i liked this model because the stand have two fixings, the middle one which perfect on my chest of drawers in my bedroom.
This is the first time I buy refurbished telly but for £330 including two men delivered it to the bedroom upstairs I took the risk and I hope it’ll last 5 years at least.
i was waiting for the delivery before I post the deal on HUKD, but I thought I will update you with my findings so far as I might be the first one to have it delivered from Panasonic eBay outlets.
SavB8th Feb

What's the difference between the ex600b and ex700b?


1300 hz vs 1600hz,
plastic vs brushed aluminium ,
local dimming,
table top stand,
matt vs glossy screen
LOUGHBORO.GUY8 h, 47 m ago

I now 2 people who’s Panasonic TVs lasted 8 years both gave nearly £1000 ea …I now 2 people who’s Panasonic TVs lasted 8 years both gave nearly £1000 each for them is this the life span of a new tv ? My Samsung is 6 years old working fine


My Panny plasma still going after 9 years never had a problem with it.
Disco.Dave21 h, 24 m ago

But what's the show /movie?


None, it is an advert. You get excited by that image?
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