Panasonic TX-50EX750B  50" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty Panasonic eBay £499.99
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Panasonic TX-50EX750B 50" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty Panasonic eBay £499.99

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Found 18th MarEdited by:"thetarget"
Only 12 months warranty but over £700 elsewhere (when I last looked)

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  • 4K PRO HDR
  • Studio Colour HCX2 Processor
  • Picture Tuned in Hollywood
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Excellent price for this tv
Seems to be getting voted cold. Couldn't see this being already posted.

~£300 saving on Richer Sounds and John Lewis. Although 12 month warranty. Probably possible to take out some sort of warranty cover for added protection. Is it Square Trade or something that do cover on second hand and refurb stuff?
Edited by: "thetarget" 18th Mar
I recently bought the 40ex700b refurb from panasonic. Came as new. Picture is amazing. The only faults I have are the software. The software looks dated and has no Plex, NowTV or Google Play Movies support. Both my Sony Android TV and LG SUHD tv have nicer software. That said, the Panasonic probably has the best picture. amazing blacks for the money. I paid £350 for the 40" EX700b
Price is great but warranty is very poor, i cant understand how panasonic themselves cant offer a warranty better than that considering jl can
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 18th Mar
Got this last year and Im totally underwhelmed
You won’t find a true 10 bit panel for less than this!! Great price!
Input lag?
jameshothothot4 m ago

Input lag?


About 22ms I’ve read on some reviews
Cuddl3s56 m ago

Price is great but warranty is very poor, i cant understand how panasonic …Price is great but warranty is very poor, i cant understand how panasonic themselves cant offer a warranty better than that considering jl can


Not many companies offer more than a year on refurbished items. It's pretty standard.
Aretak5 m ago

Not many companies offer more than a year on refurbished items. It's …Not many companies offer more than a year on refurbished items. It's pretty standard.


Yeah i know but if they the manufacturer like they say they are i would expect them to have s bit more faith in their products than that refurbished or not, if they dont why should a buyer have great price or not. Plus they could have charged more and shifted them much faster
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 18th Mar
Cuddl3s6 m ago

Yeah i know but if they the manufacturer like they say they are i would …Yeah i know but if they the manufacturer like they say they are i would expect them to have s bit more faith in their products than that refurbished or not, if they dont why should a buyer have great price or not. Plus they could have charged more and shifted them much faster



Looking at the buyers list, it was £599.99 on the 13th March as one sold then. A couple were bought for £499.99 on the 14th.

58ex700 549.99 and 50ex700 £399.99. No price drop for them.
Go.Jets54 m ago

Got this last year and Im totally underwhelmed



Have you tried user recommended settings from places like AV forums? They have an owners thread for the EX750.
watto11 h, 2 m ago

About 22ms I’ve read on some reviews


Damn... Tempting me!!
Aarrrggghhh i don't know what to do... I don't think i can justify my FHD 49' LG to the second hand market yet :-/
Have been looking at this for a while but middling HDR performance has been putting me off.

However hdr10+ could change things...

By far the best value Inn a good 4k TV though.

I was going to get a second hand ks7000 but have heard build quality is really poor on them.
Great panel but the feet stand is rediculously large
Is this going to give a noticable improvement in picture quality over my Panasonic TX-P42V10B plasma?
Lucky to find a 3d TV since they stopped making them. I was however under the impression there were no decent Panasonic TV's since their plasmas. Guess the av forums will tell the truth about this model.
sparx19813 h, 4 m ago

I recently bought the 40ex700b refurb from panasonic. Came as new. Picture …I recently bought the 40ex700b refurb from panasonic. Came as new. Picture is amazing. The only faults I have are the software. The software looks dated and has no Plex, NowTV or Google Play Movies support. Both my Sony Android TV and LG SUHD tv have nicer software. That said, the Panasonic probably has the best picture. amazing blacks for the money. I paid £350 for the 40" EX700b


If you are tech savvy you can redirect a built in app to your Plex server see YouTube for details.
what's the difference between the 700b and 750b?
50b
8 bit 10 bit 60hz 100h
daveykinetic15 m ago

what's the difference between the 700b and 750b?



EX700: 8bit+FRC / 60Hz
EX750: 10bit / 120Hz / DVB-S2 Tuner (Freesat) / Active 3D / Higher peak brightness for HDR
I have this telly it's amazing! Paid £769 from richer sounds in Jan and got a great deal with price match and voucher.
6 year warranty included too but at this price it's a steal.

The quality of the internals can be felt by the weight of this thing and it's got same processor as the Panasonic OLED tv's too!
HEAT!
Additionally to what has been stated above by MBeeching and Fluffy_bandit. The EX750 has the HCX2 Processor and comes with a different stand which swivels and is height adjustable.. From what I read it is still a bit of a pain to adjust the stand, so best to set it right for the height to start with.

EX750 is likely to get the HDR10+ update. EX700 and below won't.

The 2018 FX range are mainly IPS panels but can do the colour black rather well.

Glad I already bought my 58EX700. If I had not, I think I would be getting a bigger headache trying to decide which deal to go for. Got that brand new for £559 with 6 yrs cover.

If I was getting this eBay deal, I'd want to take out a long but reasonably price extended cover policy. It could push the price back up to JL or RS territory.

The best price for the 58EX750 with 5 yrs cover I have seen, was for £849 in a JL store. It was a customer return.
Edited by: "thetarget" 18th Mar
Panasonic account been selling refurb TVs for years. I picked one up 2 years ago for around 60% retail price. Came with a bit of the plastic trim snapped and the base with a bend in it. Panasonic said that was the norm with their refurbs...

TV has lasted 2 years fine so far.
Just got the father in law the 65inch of this tv for £1600 because he loves his 3d movies but I have to say i thought the picture was rubbish compared to my b6v oled it was terrible. 3d was very poor glasses were £35 each and that was pants aswell also 3d is buggy as hell he can't get the 3d to work in plex on a Amazon fire. Anyone who says black are very good couldn't be looking at the same TV 4k was not very good either. Having said that this is a decent price for what you get.

I forgot to ask is it vesa mountable as I haven't been to the FIL to check and if I'm going to order I need to know now cheers
Edited by: "polly69" 18th Mar
Shame it's active 3d, was about to recommend this to m+d. Parents wanted a 3d Tele after watching Jurassic park on my lg 850v. Still amazed the format has been abandoned just when it started getting good.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 18th Mar
polly6932 m ago

Just got the father in law the 65inch of this tv for £1600 because he …Just got the father in law the 65inch of this tv for £1600 because he loves his 3d movies but I have to say i thought the picture was rubbish compared to my b6v oled it was terrible. 3d was very poor glasses were £35 each and that was pants aswell also 3d is buggy as hell he can't get the 3d to work in plex on a Amazon fire. Anyone who says black are very good couldn't be looking at the same TV 4k was not very good either. Having said that this is a decent price for what you get. I forgot to ask is it vesa mountable as I haven't been to the FIL to check and if I'm going to order I need to know now cheers


Hang on a minute, you just slated the TV against an OLED but want to order another one???
Tempting, but now iOS
HPMan23 m ago

Hang on a minute, you just slated the TV against an OLED but want to order …Hang on a minute, you just slated the TV against an OLED but want to order another one???

Well, it's a good £1000+ cheaper than an OLED of the same size. LCD screens are an inherently inferior technology in terms of picture quality, but they're also cheaper. Not everybody has nearly £3000 to spend on a TV after all, especially when you can get a competent LCD for so much less. Price to performance is an important metric for a lot of people.
Aretak10 m ago

Well, it's a good £1000+ cheaper than an OLED of the same size. LCD …Well, it's a good £1000+ cheaper than an OLED of the same size. LCD screens are an inherently inferior technology in terms of picture quality, but they're also cheaper. Not everybody has nearly £3000 to spend on a TV after all, especially when you can get a competent LCD for so much less. Price to performance is an important metric for a lot of people.


£700 if you buy the OLED from the same seller.
Col_7131 m ago

Tempting, but now iOS


When did they move into the Apple ecosystem?
I got a 50 802b as a panasonic refurb. I had to send the first one back as the base had badly dented the rear in transit and the replacement has just been repaired for the second time (same fault both times). However it is now 2 years old so well outside the 12month warranty. Panasonic were excellent. I had no problem getting them to pay for either repair.
HPMan1 h, 28 m ago

£700 if you buy the OLED from the same seller.


?

He said he paid £1600 for a 65-inch version of this TV (new I assume). A refurbished 65" OLED from the Panasonic outlet is £2999.99.

ebay.co.uk/itm…gae

And even the cheapest 65" OLED out there (the LG B7) is £2800 (new). Sure, you could get a 55" OLED much cheaper (and personally I would), but some people value size over everything.
Edited by: "Aretak" 18th Mar
Purchased this TV a few months ago and the main disappointment is the viewing angle of the screen is very limited unlike my previous LG TV.
Aretak1 h, 0 m ago

?He said he paid £1600 for a 65-inch version of this TV (new I assume). A …?He said he paid £1600 for a 65-inch version of this TV (new I assume). A refurbished 65" OLED from the Panasonic outlet is £2999.99.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-TX-65EZ1002B-65-Inch-SMART-4K-Ultra-HD-HDR-OLED-TV-Freeview-Play/322978137706?hash=item4b32ff466a:g:PQEAAOSwUchaTgaeAnd even the cheapest 65" OLED out there (the LG B7) is £2800 (new). Sure, you could get a 55" OLED much cheaper (and personally I would), but some people value size over everything.


Polly said they wanted to know info before they could order I assume they meant the model being referred to in this thread. (I wonder why you'd slate a TV then order it???)

The Panasonic's eBay store cheapest oled is £1299.
Edited by: "HPMan" 18th Mar
Great price for anyone who managed to nab it and get delivery (unlike for us in NI! )
HPMan59 m ago

The Panasonic's eBay store cheapest oled is £1299.


Yes, but it's a 55" model. Not much good if you want a 65" one, which is more than twice the price. Personally, I'd be very reluctant to buy an OLED that'd been used anyway, given the potential for problems with burn-in. Rtings' current OLED screen burn test has highlighted how important the first couple of hundred hours of use can be in terms of dictating long-term uniformity problems.
jaydeeuk14 h, 56 m ago

Shame it's active 3d, was about to recommend this to m+d. Parents wanted a …Shame it's active 3d, was about to recommend this to m+d. Parents wanted a 3d Tele after watching Jurassic park on my lg 850v. Still amazed the format has been abandoned just when it started getting good.


I'll be gutted if my 850v ever packs up. I'm surprised there's not a glut of 3d Blu-rays on the market tbh.
Edited by: "jumpinoffthbed" 18th Mar
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