PANASONIC TX-55EZ952B 55" OLED TV CURRYS. £1799 WITH LSTV10A CODE
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PANASONIC TX-55EZ952B 55" OLED TV CURRYS. £1799 WITH LSTV10A CODE

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Edited by:"wide_dub"Found 29th Sep
So the Panasonic 55ez952b has dropped in price today by £500.

Use code LSTV10A for 10% Off.

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leitchyleck24 m ago

This could go hot, just got the LG oled last week, should have waited!



Don't worry especially if picked up the Currys £1699 deal, just see the AV forums review...
However the most obvious alternative to the TX-55EZ952B is the LG OLED55B7V which currently retails for exactly the same price. The two are almost identical in terms of performance, although the B7 is slightly brighter with HDR content whilst the EZ952 has a smidge more colour accuracy. They both have low input lags but the Panasonic includes black frame insertion and feels slightly better made, whilst the LG has the edge in the looks department and also boasts WebOS which is the superior smart platform. In fact the B7 is packed with features and crucially includes Dolby Vision, which gives it the edge in terms of overall bang for buck.
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This could go hot, just got the LG oled last week, should have waited!

leitchyleck24 m ago

This could go hot, just got the LG oled last week, should have waited!



Don't worry especially if picked up the Currys £1699 deal, just see the AV forums review...
However the most obvious alternative to the TX-55EZ952B is the LG OLED55B7V which currently retails for exactly the same price. The two are almost identical in terms of performance, although the B7 is slightly brighter with HDR content whilst the EZ952 has a smidge more colour accuracy. They both have low input lags but the Panasonic includes black frame insertion and feels slightly better made, whilst the LG has the edge in the looks department and also boasts WebOS which is the superior smart platform. In fact the B7 is packed with features and crucially includes Dolby Vision, which gives it the edge in terms of overall bang for buck.

morrig10 m ago

Don't worry especially if picked up the Currys £1699 deal, just see the AV …Don't worry especially if picked up the Currys £1699 deal, just see the AV forums review... However the most obvious alternative to the TX-55EZ952B is the LG OLED55B7V which currently retails for exactly the same price. The two are almost identical in terms of performance, although the B7 is slightly brighter with HDR content whilst the EZ952 has a smidge more colour accuracy. They both have low input lags but the Panasonic includes black frame insertion and feels slightly better made, whilst the LG has the edge in the looks department and also boasts WebOS which is the superior smart platform. In fact the B7 is packed with features and crucially includes Dolby Vision, which gives it the edge in terms of overall bang for buck.

Thanks for the information, I'm holding out for a Black Friday B7 bonanza!

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leitchyleck1 h, 20 m ago

This could go hot, just got the LG oled last week, should have waited!


I've been on the hunt for the LG 65 B7 or C7. All these sudden price drops are making me wait even more

This is the lowest for this TV I've ever seen. Have some heat!

Is this a vestel rebadge

morrig2 h, 22 m ago

Don't worry especially if picked up the Currys £1699 deal, just see the AV …Don't worry especially if picked up the Currys £1699 deal, just see the AV forums review... However the most obvious alternative to the TX-55EZ952B is the LG OLED55B7V which currently retails for exactly the same price. The two are almost identical in terms of performance, although the B7 is slightly brighter with HDR content whilst the EZ952 has a smidge more colour accuracy. They both have low input lags but the Panasonic includes black frame insertion and feels slightly better made, whilst the LG has the edge in the looks department and also boasts WebOS which is the superior smart platform. In fact the B7 is packed with features and crucially includes Dolby Vision, which gives it the edge in terms of overall bang for buck.


Thx for info, I got the LG for 1799 but the Panasonic was 500 more then, I would go for this if I had the choice, dont get me wrong I'm happy with the LG but coming from a 42 Panny plasma for 9 yearsI would have stuck with them.

tempt4 h, 45 m ago

Is this a vestel rebadge



I hope so for that kind of money

leitchyleck12 h, 3 m ago

Thx for info, I got the LG for 1799 but the Panasonic was 500 more then, I …Thx for info, I got the LG for 1799 but the Panasonic was 500 more then, I would go for this if I had the choice, dont get me wrong I'm happy with the LG but coming from a 42 Panny plasma for 9 yearsI would have stuck with them.


You do realise Panasonic don't make OLED screens, they are all supplied by LG?

leitchyleck15 h, 42 m ago

Thx for info, I got the LG for 1799 but the Panasonic was 500 more then, I …Thx for info, I got the LG for 1799 but the Panasonic was 500 more then, I would go for this if I had the choice, dont get me wrong I'm happy with the LG but coming from a 42 Panny plasma for 9 yearsI would have stuck with them.

I think you made the correct choice. The LG supports all hdr formats and is brighter. Input lag is lower and the OS is miles better. I have the LG and would of choose the LG regardless of the Panasonic price. The Sony A1 on the other hand if that was a similar price to the B/C7 then I would of probably gone for the Sony. The Smooth Graduation feature on top end Sony sets really does clean up a lot of posterisation on low quality sources. Although that LG does a great job this year in terms of lower quality stuff.

Good deal but B7 Is the same price.

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RikAllen3 m ago

Good deal but B7 Is the same price.


B7 is £1699 After code LSTV100A

Even better then!

Anyone else seeing the LSTV100A code not working?

GlynMcNulty44 m ago

Anyone else seeing the LSTV100A code not working?


Yes, unfortunately it prematurely expired yesterday.

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Jim_Bob_Beers5th Oct

Yes, unfortunately it prematurely expired yesterday.


Use code LSTV10A for 10% off bringing the tv down £1799. Even cheaper

Is the code still working for anyone?
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