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Panasonic TX-49FX700B 49" Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR10+ Smart WiFi LED TV - Black £322.99 delivered @ Argos eBay
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Panasonic TX-49FX700B 49" Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR10+ Smart WiFi LED TV - Black £322.99 delivered @ Argos eBay

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Panasonic 49" FX700 Series 4K Ultra HD, HDR10+, LED Smart TV. Slim design with metal frame & adjustable stand. UHD/4K HDR streaming from Netflix & Amazon. Freeview Play Catch-Up TV.

  • Model number: tx-49fx700b.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD display resolution.
  • Motion rate 50Hz.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.

Dimensions:

  • Screen size: 49 inches.
  • Size of TV H63.8, W109.5, D4.4cm.
  • Size of TV with stand: H69, W109.5, D19.7cm.
  • Weight of TV 15.5kg (unpackaged).
  • Weight of TV with stand: 16kg.
  • Footprint of TV 76.6cm.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.
  • Packaged size H74.4, W135, D13.2cm.
  • Packaged weight 20kg.

Sound quality:

  • 20 watt RMS power output.

Connectivity:

  • 3 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Component video socket.
  • Headphone socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Built in Wi-Fi.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • Bluetooth.
  • DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.
  • Smartphone remote.

Smart TV features:

  • Smart TV.
  • Netflix, Amazon Prime, youTube.
  • Internet browser.

Digital features:

  • Features USB recording and video playback.
  • Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen.
  • Freeview HD digital tuner.
  • Freeview Play (UK).
  • CI plus slot.

Additional features:

  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.

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by "genuine panasonic" you mena not made by Vestel?
Thanks
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Would anyone recommend this over the Hisense H50B7500U ? Thanks.

hotukdeals.com/dea…424

I know the Hisense has input lag around 50 ms in gaming, kinda high. According this source this, TV has a low input lag.
techradar.com/uk/…700
Hi
by "genuine panasonic" you mena not made by Vestel?
Thanks
R
Yep, non-Vestel
This good for gaming?
Thanks - customer reviews of this are very positive gathered from feedback from John Lewis and Richer Sounds. Design is good and features seem good too. Ordered!
trefoil17/01/2020 07:02

Thanks - customer reviews of this are very positive gathered from feedback …Thanks - customer reviews of this are very positive gathered from feedback from John Lewis and Richer Sounds. Design is good and features seem good too. Ordered!


The build quality was better on these 2018 TVs as well, their 2019 models are plastic not metal.

The real negative is the IPS panel instead of the VA panel in the 2019 model, which means the HDR will be worse.

In fact this review says the HDR is the worst they've seen, so don't buy for HDR.

flatpanelshd.com/rev…692

Also, Panasonic LCDs always seem to be set up badly and you have to mess with the picture settings to get a good picture, the above review also contains picture calibrations which should help.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 17th Jan
This, or LG7400PLB? LG has the magic remote, but I can't find both in stock anywhere near to compare the picture.
BenderRodriguez17/01/2020 15:32

This, or LG7400PLB? LG has the magic remote, but I can't find both in …This, or LG7400PLB? LG has the magic remote, but I can't find both in stock anywhere near to compare the picture.


They're both IPS so picture will be similar.

This TV has better build quality, the LG has better software.

Personally, if I was going for an LG TV I would get one of their VA models which are the 50" ones rather than the 49" ones like the 50UM7450, 50UM7500 or 50UM7600.
This or LG SK8100 49 inch?
But this is fantastic !!!! I have it. Use AV Forum settings as otherwise get awful motion blur. I since upgraded then return d and went back to this. Fluid menus very nice set for this money
Worth holding out for the new hisense uled xd panels later this year? It sounds like the Inception of TVs (a pixel within a pixel) to produce blacker than OLED for LED prices
Edited by: "dsided" 24th Jan
I find it funny people expect a top tier tv at this price range... Its £322 not £1500. This was over £600 not too long ago. Its a good fuss free purchase at the price.

Includes cinema mode for some colour accuracy and already calibrated to an extent (True Cinema) which most companies just dont bother with. The game input lag setting, (seperate from viewing modes is a plus) has superb low lag whilst keeping great colour accuracy and motion.

You dont have to do much tweaking with this tv in True Cinema mode (and can turn on game input setting if using PS4 etc.).
dsided24/01/2020 09:53

Worth holding out for the new hisense uled xd panels later this year? It …Worth holding out for the new hisense uled xd panels later this year? It sounds like the Inception of TVs (a pixel within a pixel) to produce blacker than OLED for LED prices


I can't wait for Hisense dual panel TV's either, blacks are 0.00003 nits which is minutely brighter than 0 for OLED so technically it's not darker than pitch black

Still a humongous improvement of black levels compared to QLED and any other FALD LED, Hisense are cheap too so this may be the best compromise between brightness of QLED and black levels of OLED
gg1pl24/01/2020 12:56

I can't wait for Hisense dual panel TV's either, blacks are 0.00003 …I can't wait for Hisense dual panel TV's either, blacks are 0.00003 nits which is minutely brighter than 0 for OLED so technically it's not darker than pitch blackStill a humongous improvement of black levels compared to QLED and any other FALD LED, Hisense are cheap too so this may be the best compromise between brightness of QLED and black levels of OLED



Do you know what the price will be for a 55" hisense with dual panel you speak of? I too am waiting for spring to make my purchase for the lounge.
Very good picture, Two points for the manufacturer.
Sorry but cant see past the Samsung RU7400. Best in class according to reviews.
Cunning-Stunts24/01/2020 13:58

Do you know what the price will be for a 55" hisense with dual panel you …Do you know what the price will be for a 55" hisense with dual panel you speak of? I too am waiting for spring to make my purchase for the lounge.


Hisense say additional details around the pricing and availability of the Hisense Duel Cell ULED TV will be announced sometime in the first half of 2020.

Pricing will be at a reduced cost compared to OLED. Never understood why top QLED sets are priced so expensive if they want to compete with OLED

Hisense prices are amazingly good value so would love to see their new tech that's both bright and almost perfect blacks, especially since OLED tech has stalled and is too dim for my bright room
A very good price for this TV, very tempted but I had a poor experience with Argos Ebay Outlet for what should have been a very simple return for a faulty phone. Don't think I'd want to get bitten again if something goes wrong, but heat for the price.
Does this tv need an external aerial connected or can it receive all channels (Inc live channels) via Internet?
dsided24/01/2020 09:53

Worth holding out for the new hisense uled xd panels later this year? It …Worth holding out for the new hisense uled xd panels later this year? It sounds like the Inception of TVs (a pixel within a pixel) to produce blacker than OLED for LED prices


Pretty sure I see an interview with a hisense rep saying the uled xd won't be coming to the UK this year.
Hi, can someone confirm if this TV supports Netflix 4K HDR and Amazon Prime 4K HDR modes? Very good price if it does. Thanks
richersounds.com/pan…tml
the richer sounds specifications sheet says supports 4K Netflix streaming.
I’ve got the tv but not tried any 4K stuff yet.
Is this available from John Lewis or curry's if anyone knows. Thanks.
jalaldevil24/01/2020 09:55

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Not so sure myself. Had a Toshiba.. 55", Dolby Vision, HDR10, decent sound system built in (for a telly at least haha) and as reasonable as it was at 4K, the standard HD looked shameful compared to my five year old Samsung 48" which fair play was top of the HD range at the time but it's a bit sad a 4K telly can't handle a simple HD feed.

Furthermore a lot of these budget TVs - not all of the brand's - have major problems with the HDMI slots. The Toshiba indeed started displaying varying reds instead of blacks on occasion and the brighter colours would be pixelated green. Not an extremely common fault apparently.. but having a relative that works in one of the big stores telling me at least three of the "budget" offerings all had the same problem within the first two years.

If it's just for a TV then sure.. but if you want some 4K and HD then just hang fire and look for something with positive reviews beyond customer ratings posted a week after buying the TV.
This is an absolutely excellent tv for the money. Thank you idontflycathay !
Bought. Thanks OP
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