PANASONIC TX-55EZ952B 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1199.97  Currys
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PANASONIC TX-55EZ952B 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1199.97 Currys

£1,199.97£1,69929%Currys Deals
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Found 12th Sep
op features:

- OLED screen delivers immersive 4K Ultra HD visuals

- Smart TV offers access to catch-up and streaming services

- Freeview Play lets you scroll back to watch your favourite shows from the last week

- Ultra slim design makes the TV an attractive addition to any room
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lowbacca2 m ago

I switched from Panasonic to LG purly to save money. An big error on my …I switched from Panasonic to LG purly to save money. An big error on my part... I flogged the LG and went back to Panasonic.



You do know who makes the OLED panels don't you?
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Previous year's model but good price and this year's hasn't added much.
The main problem with this TV is its 2016 brightness levels, new TVs are much brighter for HDR
You can get a 2018 55" LG with DV for around £1399 now.
OBH6UK3 m ago

You can get a 2018 55" LG with DV for around £1399 now.


I switched from Panasonic to LG purly to save money. An big error on my part... I flogged the LG and went back to Panasonic.
lowbacca2 m ago

I switched from Panasonic to LG purly to save money. An big error on my …I switched from Panasonic to LG purly to save money. An big error on my part... I flogged the LG and went back to Panasonic.



You do know who makes the OLED panels don't you?
OBH6UK34 m ago

You do know who makes the OLED panels don't you?


Also in terms of quality, the Panasonic is said to be the best in terms of overall picture quality but there isn't a massive difference between all the OLEDs, they just have different strengths and weaknesses.
Extra 10% with student beans if you have that.
OBH6UK3 h, 19 m ago

You can get a 2018 55" LG with DV for around £1399 now.


Are you sure you’re not confusing the prices with the 2017 model? I have yet to see a 2018 set for that price on hotukdeals.
Dinnie15 m ago

Are you sure you’re not confusing the prices with the 2017 model? I have y …Are you sure you’re not confusing the prices with the 2017 model? I have yet to see a 2018 set for that price on hotukdeals.



No, B8 and not seen on Hotukdeals.
Edited by: "OBH6UK" 12th Sep
I believe Panasonic do some sort of garentee?????
Good find heat added
Panasonic on build quality also trumps all the rest
Brightness? How many nits? Thanks.
Quidco currently has £70 back which is around 6%.

Good TV if no time or inclination to calibrate at home. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has a lot of early light effects showing the panel is plenty bright enough.

No series record function that I can find so cannot replace a Humax PVR. Switching to Guide apparently erases rewind recorded.

Not a must-buy price but still very good. Can check the per-warranty year price against Richer Sounds if they still have the 6yr offer.
I can get a LG 65SK8000PLB for £999 with voucher code from Very. Anything better for the money?
slannmage8 h, 28 m ago

The main problem with this TV is its 2016 brightness levels, new TVs are …The main problem with this TV is its 2016 brightness levels, new TVs are much brighter for HDR


I think you mean 2017. It has the same panel as the other 2017 OLEDs and yes it may be a couple of nits less bright, but it is a 2017 panel. I have one and it's lovely.
I'm quite tempted by this. Anybody got one? My dad has owned an LG E6 OLED and currently has a C7. I love the picture quality, but the only thing that sucks big time with every LG OLED I've seen is the motion processing. A smooth, judder free picture doesn't seem possible with Trumotion off, on a preset or a custom setting.

Can anyone vouch for this TV's motion processing? I just want a nice, smooth picture without the judder!

Cheers!
Hot, Panasonic TVs are some of the best out there and this oled was one of, if not the best oled last year.

Panels haven't changed much either.
I have to agree. Out of my Sony Bravia, Samsung and Panasonic TVs, my Panasonic wins hands down in terms of software, functionality and picture.
OBH6UK11 h, 23 m ago

You do know who makes the OLED panels don't you?


Yeah they are all exactly the same. Not. But check the WhatHiFi review first.
Edited by: "deeperthought" 13th Sep
koimaster6 h, 6 m ago

I have to agree. Out of my Sony Bravia, Samsung and Panasonic TVs, my …I have to agree. Out of my Sony Bravia, Samsung and Panasonic TVs, my Panasonic wins hands down in terms of software, functionality and picture.


I would say that the LG magic remote and LG software are the best.
I just read a review of the latest Panasonic OLED and Panasonic still use the same clunky remote as much earlier models, the reviewer also said that the smart TV functions had hardly changed.
Edited by: "drumboe" 13th Sep
No stock in my area apparently
BergkampWonderland13 h, 55 m ago

Brightness? How many nits? Thanks.


Not sure how many nits but I have this TV and at times it is too bright for me, had to turn it down a little. Fantastic price for this TV
Worthy9517 h, 18 m ago

I'm quite tempted by this. Anybody got one? My dad has owned an LG E6 OLED …I'm quite tempted by this. Anybody got one? My dad has owned an LG E6 OLED and currently has a C7. I love the picture quality, but the only thing that sucks big time with every LG OLED I've seen is the motion processing. A smooth, judder free picture doesn't seem possible with Trumotion off, on a preset or a custom setting.Can anyone vouch for this TV's motion processing? I just want a nice, smooth picture without the judder!Cheers!


I have this TV and can't stand true motion, never noticed any judder while watching TV/Movies or playing PS4 games. TV has great sound too
Bumnut533 h, 11 m ago

I have this TV and can't stand true motion, never noticed any judder while …I have this TV and can't stand true motion, never noticed any judder while watching TV/Movies or playing PS4 games. TV has great sound too


Good news, thanks!
Do you use any extra image processing to achieve that?
OBH6UK22 h, 54 m ago

You do know who makes the OLED panels don't you?


to be fair,panel is not everything and alot more is envolved,board design,image processor,build quality,engineering.
that’s why there is so much difference in picture quality,build quality,reliability,etc between different OLED TVsdespite all of them using LG OLED panels.
Worthy955 h, 12 m ago

Good news, thanks!Do you use any extra image processing to achieve that?


No I just use the built in settings, I find dynamic picture to be a bit too bright so tend to use THX bright room setting.
Is it actually in stock anywhere?
Calibrated mine using a few different videos on YouTube and from avforum. Have all the processing turned off, some people say Intelligent Frame Creation might be needed for football etc, but I haven't noticed anything mot being smoothed when watching HDR movies and films etc.
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