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Panasonic TX-50GX800B 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with 'Free' Gold-plated HDMI £539 Delivered @ RGB Direct
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Panasonic TX-50GX800B 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with 'Free' Gold-plated HDMI £539 Delivered @ RGB Direct

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Posted 28th Dec 2019

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Slightly cheaper than the Costco deal during Black Friday from what seems a fairly reputable company. Unsure really of the worth of the HDMI cable, but it's handy to have a spare.
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Anyone have this tv? I’m interested in the 40” variant for the bedroom...
Been watching this TV for a while. Reviews weren't that great at £799 but surely at this price it's great value
Rob221028/12/2019 19:52

Anyone have this tv? I’m interested in the 40” variant for the bedroom...


Had the 58” from Costco. Only has a 60hz panel, so not great for sports or fast action. Beautiful picture for movies & normal tv, but only if looking straight on. Anywhere slightly off centre & the colours drain away.

If facing straight on & not too bothered about fast motion, it’s a fantastic tv.
gimprogers28/12/2019 20:02

Had the 58” from Costco. Only has a 60hz panel, so not great for sports or …Had the 58” from Costco. Only has a 60hz panel, so not great for sports or fast action. Beautiful picture for movies & normal tv, but only if looking straight on. Anywhere slightly off centre & the colours drain away. If facing straight on & not too bothered about fast motion, it’s a fantastic tv.


Thanks. I’ll have to check it out with a bit of motion playing.

The only alternative I have think of is the 43” Samsung Q60r but not sure that’s going to be better or not.

For the price I don’t expect it to be amazing but hopefully good enough for a bedroom tv
Rob221028/12/2019 20:11

Thanks. I’ll have to check it out with a bit of motion playing.The only a …Thanks. I’ll have to check it out with a bit of motion playing.The only alternative I have think of is the 43” Samsung Q60r but not sure that’s going to be better or not.For the price I don’t expect it to be amazing but hopefully good enough for a bedroom tv


When watching football for example, sometimes the players legs look like they are wheels, where the motion can’t process properly. It was my only real complaint really. It’s all because of the 60hz panel. It makes the decision to put HDMI 2.1 connections on this a bit strange because it can’t take advantage of any resolution at 120fps?
I have this to in 58” and agree with the above comments, cracking picture as long as your not sitting to far off to the side. I don’t really notice motion blur but I don’t really watch any football. Great for movies
Rob221028/12/2019 19:52

Anyone have this tv? I’m interested in the 40” variant for the bedroom...


I have it. Got it from RS for £537 price beaten off Costco BF price. Excellent TV very pleased with it. My son bought the 58” version same week, replacing his Samsung and he too is delighted with it. I recommend anyone after thus size to call RS and ask them to “beat” the price by £10. £529 for this with a 6yr warranty is a bargain
Winklexx28/12/2019 20:31

I have this to in 58” and agree with the above comments, cracking picture a …I have this to in 58” and agree with the above comments, cracking picture as long as your not sitting to far off to the side. I don’t really notice motion blur but I don’t really watch any football. Great for movies


Roughly what angle from centre do you see the change in picture quality?
Rob221028/12/2019 21:15

Roughly what angle from centre do you see the change in picture quality?


Id say 40 degrees realistically.
Rob221028/12/2019 19:52

Anyone have this tv? I’m interested in the 40” variant for the bedroom...



Had this for 2/3 months and it’s great. Not oled standard but for this price think you’d be really struggling to find anything better.
Only criticism is the sound isn’t great but for films we have the sound bar.
Rob221028/12/2019 19:52

Anyone have this tv? I’m interested in the 40” variant for the bedroom...


This might help you.
Personal review
£529 with code 19WINTER10 today
Didn't realise the motion blur was so bad on this tv for sport.
Definitely one to cross off the short list!
Resurrecting this thread instead of starting a new one.... but what TV would people recommend in this price bracket if they weren't getting this one because of viewing angles/motion blur? @gimprogers ?

(I didn't actually know you could use the @ thing on this site!)
Sony are known for being the best handling motion & I can only say that in my experience, I agree. I have a W9 from 2013 and its motion handling is better than my current 2019 LG E9.

It may pay you to pop out to a shop & request to view normal Sky or freeview content on the screens you’re looking at to make up your own mind.
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