Panasonic TX-50EX750B 50" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD with HDR Pro TV £799 Delivered with code @ AO.com
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Panasonic TX-50EX750B 50" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD with HDR Pro TV £799 Delivered with code @ AO.com

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Found 26th Jan
Cracking telly, and this seems to be the cheapest around using the below code!

Use code '30OFF699TV' at checkout to receive discounted price!

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Key Features
Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling
HDR with streaming - enjoy lifelike colours & contrast
Smart TV - stream boxsets & films in Ultra HD 4K
Freeview HD & Freesat HD - enjoy over 200 free channels
4 HDMI & 3 USB ports - plug in lots of devices at once

Product Overview

Bring a touch of Hollywood into your home with this silver Panasonic 50 inch TV. It’s got an Ultra HD Certified resolution, so you’ll be blown away by the quality of your movies, while 4K upscaling means your Blu-ray collection looks better than ever too. HDR technology gives you improved contrast and colours, for more vibrant and realistic images. Enjoy on demand films, boxsets and streaming services with the Smart TV features, and you’ll never be short of things to watch as Freeview and Freesat HD gives you over 200 channels. The four HDMI ports let you hook up all your Blu-ray player, DVD player and games consoles, while the three USB ports are ideal for plugging in your external storage to show off your home movies on the big screen.

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Who is that on the screen?
Cold ...£794 at Hughes with sc55 code and 5 years warranty
Hope it's not a Vegetable. Had my 5 a day.
Saw the 65" UHD the other day, picture was amazing
If you have a look on Panasonic Promotions, you can usually grab a 5 year warranty on this model if you register it.
How does this compare to a Samsung, and which one would be the nearest equivalent? 49mu8000?
Would love the 65" version, can't justify the £1400 though.
Ok serious now. If I got one of these oleds do you need high end encode hevc x265 10 bit to make the most out of the TV. How big on average is a film that would do it justice
8 bit?
Hi is the Panasonic 50ex700b any good at all? Is it a proper uhd 4k TV?
Anyone know what type of 3d it is. Active or passive?
I’ve been keeping my eye on this model for a while. The 58” version is £1149 at curry’s and richersounds so it has come down a little. I believe this is a 10bit panel. Not 8bit and 2frc like the 700model.
I think the 3D is active if I remember correctly. You just don’t get any glasses.
Just brought this and posted about it yesterday as I managed to get it for £769 from richer sounds.
They price matched Hughes that was £799 few days ago, price beat by a tenner and offered me a £20 goodwill voucher as they took longer than 48 hours to reply to my price beat email enquiry! Talk about a bargain but I always manage to bag money off for most things I buy
For the money you can't buy a better spec telly and 3D too!
Absolutely loving the fact it's true 100Hz too.
Panasonic build quality as always is excellent too. They tend to go on and on like my 11 year old full HD set that refuses to die lol

Sounds does need to tweaking or get a sound bar for decent sound but still better than most the Samsung's sound that are truly awful!

So cold for me I'm afraid.

So if you want this telly this is how to get it at £784. See below.

Richer sounds will price beat Hughes at £794 so £784 at richer sounds with free six year guarantee too! 😊
Skyyhigh44 m ago

Hi is the Panasonic 50ex700b any good at all? Is it a proper uhd 4k TV?


Would go up to the 750 tbh it's true 100Hz and has the higher spec processor that's also in Panasonic's OLED range which starts around £1799 so worth the extra.

This telly was £1299 when it first came out So it's dropped dramatically!
and if you buy from richer sounds you get free six year warranty too! Or John Lewis give their own five year warranty.
What the app store like on this ? Netflix ? Amazon ? NowTv ? Plex ?
Is this any better than the LG 55UJ630V that ive been looking at? Its £300 cheaper and the only difference i can see is there is no 3D on the LG (3D is a dying Gimmick anyway)

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Edited by: "118luke" 27th Jan
ketsy1 h, 3 m ago

What the app store like on this ? Netflix ? Amazon ? NowTv ? Plex ?


It's Firefox OS and extremely fast. The remote has a Netflix button which is handy.
App screen has Amazon too as well as loads other.
It has built in Freesat and freeview HD twin tuners.
Is the LG true 100Hz? Most tellys now aren't.
They all have their own measuring which this Panasonic is 2400Hz but native Hz (refresh rate) is 100Hz on this telly.

Panasonic is HDR 10+ and LG is 8+ FRG so Panasonic better there too.
Plus it's Panasonic. Enough said really.

3D may be a dying gimmick but how are people who have loads of 3D DVDs suppose to watch them when they come to buy a new telly?
That's what attracts a lot of buyers to this one.

This one also swivels. It's fabulous as wherever you sit in the room you can turn the telly.
Panasonic give you a free five year warranty and richer sounds top that up to six years if brought by them.
I wouldn't buy from Currys or AO as as far as I am aware they only give a years warranty.

Richer sounds or John Lewis is where to buy tv's from 😁
Edited by: "Fluffy_bandit" 27th Jan
Great price, if only it was a 55!
ketsy1 h, 58 m ago

What the app store like on this ? Netflix ? Amazon ? NowTv ? Plex ?


No plex... I use the oneX for all the 'smarts' although Netflix and Amazon work fine through the built in stuff.
118luke2 h, 24 m ago

Is this any better than the LG 55UJ630V that ive been looking at? Its £300 …Is this any better than the LG 55UJ630V that ive been looking at? Its £300 cheaper and the only difference i can see is there is no 3D on the LG (3D is a dying Gimmick anyway)https://ao.com/product/55uj630v-lg-tv-black-47365-108.aspx?&WT.z_PT=AV&WT.z_AT=LED TV&WT.z_MT=Search&WT.z_RTM=PLA&WT.z_MAT=LG&WT.z_FT=Free Standing&WT.z_DT=c&WT.z_PC=55UJ630V&WT.srch=1&WT.z_KW=55UJ630V&WT.z_CN=LG - 55UJ630V&WT.z_AG=Item ID Brand&WT.z_KW=55uj630v&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI47iJwIz42AIVzJPtCh0uzQMzEAkYASABEgKJAfD_BwE


This TV is much better, the LG is not true 10 bit (8 bit +FRC), but you get what you pay for. Richer sounds offer the LG for £520 with 6 year guarantee. At the end of the day, work out your budget and get the best TV you can within that (e.g. for £800 for a TV and PS4 Pro, I'm waiting for the Panasonic TX50EX700b to drop down to £500)
I'm struggling a little, how does this compare with the DX802B?
pengwyn6 h, 46 m ago

Ok serious now. If I got one of these oleds do you need high end encode …Ok serious now. If I got one of these oleds do you need high end encode hevc x265 10 bit to make the most out of the TV. How big on average is a film that would do it justice


Firstly, this TV is an LED TV, not an OLED. That is, it's basically an LCD that is backlit by LED rather than by traditional fluorescent tubes.

In regards to how large a film would be. The typical bitrate for 4K HDR content is around 22mbps, so for a 100min feature that would be around 16.5GB.
Fluffy_bandit8 h, 35 m ago

Would go up to the 750 tbh it's true 100Hz and has the higher spec …Would go up to the 750 tbh it's true 100Hz and has the higher spec processor that's also in Panasonic's OLED range which starts around £1799 so worth the extra.This telly was £1299 when it first came out So it's dropped dramatically!and if you buy from richer sounds you get free six year warranty too! Or John Lewis give their own five year warranty.


If I can get the 50 inch 700 model for £250, that would b a steal right?
Fluffy_bandit11 h, 23 m ago

Just brought this and posted about it yesterday as I managed to get it for …Just brought this and posted about it yesterday as I managed to get it for £769 from richer sounds.They price matched Hughes that was £799 few days ago, price beat by a tenner and offered me a £20 goodwill voucher as they took longer than 48 hours to reply to my price beat email enquiry! Talk about a bargain but I always manage to bag money off for most things I buy For the money you can't buy a better spec telly and 3D too!Absolutely loving the fact it's true 100Hz too.Panasonic build quality as always is excellent too. They tend to go on and on like my 11 year old full HD set that refuses to die lolSounds does need to tweaking or get a sound bar for decent sound but still better than most the Samsung's sound that are truly awful!So cold for me I'm afraid.So if you want this telly this is how to get it at £784. See below.Richer sounds will price beat Hughes at £794 so £784 at richer sounds with free six year guarantee too! 😊


Errr.. few issues here
1. The xe90 from Sony at £849 would be a better purchase. The HDR quality is much better, as it's 10 bit, but also has better dimming.
2 .The sound in the ue55mu7000 Samsung is probably the best sound you'd get on a telly without a soundbar, seriously .. look it up..

This is an ok telly. The stand is awful, and the HDR performance isn't as good as the Samsung or Sony I mentioned.
Edited by: "spongebob1913" 27th Jan
Fluffy_bandit8 h, 57 m ago

It's Firefox OS and extremely fast. The remote has a Netflix button which …It's Firefox OS and extremely fast. The remote has a Netflix button which is handy.App screen has Amazon too as well as loads other.It has built in Freesat and freeview HD twin tuners.Is the LG true 100Hz? Most tellys now aren't.They all have their own measuring which this Panasonic is 2400Hz but native Hz (refresh rate) is 100Hz on this telly.Panasonic is HDR 10+ and LG is 8+ FRG so Panasonic better there too.Plus it's Panasonic. Enough said really.3D may be a dying gimmick but how are people who have loads of 3D DVDs suppose to watch them when they come to buy a new telly?That's what attracts a lot of buyers to this one.This one also swivels. It's fabulous as wherever you sit in the room you can turn the telly.Panasonic give you a free five year warranty and richer sounds top that up to six years if brought by them.I wouldn't buy from Currys or AO as as far as I am aware they only give a years warranty.Richer sounds or John Lewis is where to buy tv's from 😁


Where have you seen it's 10bit. Sources point to it being 8 +frc
Shakeyyy7 h, 23 m ago

This TV is much better, the LG is not true 10 bit (8 bit +FRC), but you …This TV is much better, the LG is not true 10 bit (8 bit +FRC), but you get what you pay for. Richer sounds offer the LG for £520 with 6 year guarantee. At the end of the day, work out your budget and get the best TV you can within that (e.g. for £800 for a TV and PS4 Pro, I'm waiting for the Panasonic TX50EX700b to drop down to £500)


Think this is 8 +frc
118luke9 h, 48 m ago

Is this any better than the LG 55UJ630V that ive been looking at? Its £300 …Is this any better than the LG 55UJ630V that ive been looking at? Its £300 cheaper and the only difference i can see is there is no 3D on the LG (3D is a dying Gimmick anyway)https://ao.com/product/55uj630v-lg-tv-black-47365-108.aspx?&WT.z_PT=AV&WT.z_AT=LED TV&WT.z_MT=Search&WT.z_RTM=PLA&WT.z_MAT=LG&WT.z_FT=Free Standing&WT.z_DT=c&WT.z_PC=55UJ630V&WT.srch=1&WT.z_KW=55UJ630V&WT.z_CN=LG - 55UJ630V&WT.z_AG=Item ID Brand&WT.z_KW=55uj630v&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI47iJwIz42AIVzJPtCh0uzQMzEAkYASABEgKJAfD_BwE


Most LG TVs aren't even true 4k. They use white pixels to make up the count. Google it...
If anyone is seriously thinking of buying this TV then there are some available as Panasonic refurbished on ebay for £650 inc delivery - ebay.co.uk/itm…486
Sony and Samsung are the most returned TV'S you cannot beat panny build quality.

Look over on AV forums at what many are saying. My EX750 is an awesome TV.
Think someone may be getting mixed up with the EX700 or the 2016 DX model.
Skyyhigh27th Jan

If I can get the 50 inch 700 model for £250, that would b a steal right?


For £250 with the five year guarantee definitely a bedroom telly at least lol
My p'anny TVs refuse to die.

Still got my flag ship from may 2007 going strong. Picture better than some released today by Samsung and Sony.

It's the processors they use that makes a huge difference. And Panasonic tend to stick pretty decent ones in their high end models.

Sony, Samsung always died.

My hubby is an IPTV engineer and wouldn't touch a Sony or LG telly if you paid him.
Samsung reliability ain't much better.

Spec can look awesome on paper. But it's how the thing performs in real life that counts.

I remember my Sony Xperia Z 1 first waterproof phone. Apparent 21mg camera back in 2013.
I got to my 8th replacement as they just kept failing, freezing, full of bugs just absolute crap and the camera was pants and was dwarfed by the then HTC model that had only 5 mg camera.
So on paper means nothing it the thing don't work!Panasonic been putting five year warranties on their TVs for longer than Samsung made TVs.

I can remember speaking to a guy in Apollo 2000 before they closed and he always had to put Blu-rays on the shop floor 1080P Sony's to make the picture look half decent.
Didn't have too with the Panasonics.
I'm happy I've got the best telly for my money 😊
Fluffy_bandit11 h, 12 m ago

It's 10 bit fact



sorry, just saying "fact" after your sentence without backing it up in any way whatsoever doesn't mean it's true.. watch - "The best TV in the world is a Bush 32 inch sold in argos - Fact".

The sony I've mentioned is better, that's why it's won independent awards, and this hasn't. I don't even own the sony, but saw these when I was TV shopping on Black Friday last year. side by side comparison, the sony is miles ahead.

richer sounds state its 8 + frc - look richersounds.com/pan…tml - but even if it isn't - the sony is better, not just on paper, but via much wider opinion and technical expertise opinion too.

comparing a mobile phone you had 5 years ago to a television of today is comparing apples and sea urchins too I'm afraid - you clearly have beef with sony, rather than an impartial opinion, which has resulted in you buying a less decent tv for your money than you could have, but, hey ho, each to their own I guess.
Fluffy_bandit11 h, 12 m ago

Sony and Samsung are the most returned TV'S you cannot beat panny build …Sony and Samsung are the most returned TV'S you cannot beat panny build quality.Look over on AV forums at what many are saying. My EX750 is an awesome TV.Think someone may be getting mixed up with the EX700 or the 2016 DX model.



where have you seen sony and Samsung are most returned?
I'm not comparing phones I am stating how unreliable Sony technology is!

It's 10 bit.

Not arguing with a Sony fanboy.

Go argue with yourself in a locked room or summin
Fluffy_bandit1st Feb

I'm not comparing phones I am stating how unreliable Sony technology …I'm not comparing phones I am stating how unreliable Sony technology is!It's 10 bit.Not arguing with a Sony fanboy.Go argue with yourself in a locked room or summin


I'm not a Sony fanboy. I just like getting the best for my money, where you clearly don't.
You can't compare a phone to a television, e tirely different production arms! I've had a Sony TV in my spare room for 5 years with a grand total of 0 problems, hardly unreliable?
The article you linked is for the 65 inch model, which could be totally different, doesn't say it's 10 bit or 8+frc so you still haven't proved your false point and the article even states the mu7000 or Sony xe90 is better, so... What was your point exactly? That i was right???, as you can see it's been given 4 stars, here is the Sony review..

trustedreviews.com/rev…005

I rest my case. Enjoy your Panasonic
pavel7626th Jan

Cold ...£794 at Hughes with sc55 code and 5 years warranty



Looks like Hughes just dropped their prices, listed price is £829 so after sc55 code it's going to be £774. Surely a better deal than AO?

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