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Panasonic TX-55GZ1000B 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV £1,209 Delivered @ Hughes
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Panasonic TX-55GZ1000B 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV £1,209 Delivered @ Hughes

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Posted 1st AprEdited by:"kartikbhatia"

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This is the TX-55GZ1000B model - not 950B. 1000B has a better stand as far as I know, maybe some other extra features too which I am not aware of.


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The Panasonic TX-55GZ1000B 55" Ultra HD 4K HDR+ OLED TV lets you watch all of your favourite films, TV shows and sporting events in incredible detail thanks to the array of impressive features built-in.

The GZ1000 4K OLED TV provides accurate colour, deep blacks and precise detail thanks to the HCX Pro Intelligent Processor. You are guaranteed accurate scene-by-scene HDR reproduction thanks to Dolby Vision and HDR10+ technology. There is also Dolby Atmos sound which ensures you not only get the impressive picture quality but you also get cinematic sound for that all round viewing experience.

Panasonics premium OLED TV's are both tuned and used by Hollywood experts as part of the post-reproduction picture sign-off process. The GZ1000 features HCX Pro Processor which is the brain behind Panasonics seriously impressive picture quality; this ensures that anything you watch has incredible detail and accuracy to give you those life-like images.

The TX55GZ1000B features Multi HDR support which allows it to support different HDR formats and provides a wider contrast range than traditional technologies. The 50w audio output and Dynamic Blade speakers deliver truly cinematic sound - ensuring the audio experience matches the visual experience!

Thanks to the integrated WiFi and an Ethernet port you can effortlessly connect your new TV to the internet. Once you have your TV connected to the internet you will instantly have an impressive range of online entertainment, from TV on demand via platforms like Netflix, Amazon and YouTube, or you can catch up on your favourite shows via the integrated Freeview Play TV Guide. Freeview Play allows you to scroll back through the last 7 days of TV and catch up with anything you missed directly from your TV guide.

You can also playback content stored on other devices located on your home network, including smartphones, tablets and computers, whilst built-in Freeview HD TV tuners allow you to watch your favourite channels in subscription free high definition. The back panel of the TX55GZ1000B is home to a range of ports, meaning you can connect your TV to all of your important home entertainment equipment such as Blu-ray players, games consoles, home cinema amplifiers and more.
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dogsballs01/04/2020 17:10

why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? …why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? serious question


Different technology inside.

Samsung's are LED TVs marketed to sound confusion between the arguably better OLED.

google.com/amp…led

Once you go to a good OLED screen you probably won't want to go back to LED
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Its just the stand that differs
Yep, just the stand. Gives you a bit more clearance for a soundbar over the 950. TVs are the same.
The 1500 has a built in soundbar.

The 2000 is the only one with a better TV. Tends to cost a lot more for the slight upgrade.
why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? serious question
dogsballs01/04/2020 17:10

why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? …why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? serious question


Yeah, seriously tempted by the Q85. Would love to know what the real world difference is between the Q85 and Q90 though...
dogsballs01/04/2020 17:10

why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? …why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? serious question


Different technology inside.

Samsung's are LED TVs marketed to sound confusion between the arguably better OLED.

google.com/amp…led

Once you go to a good OLED screen you probably won't want to go back to LED
dogsballs01/04/2020 17:10

why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? …why this when the Samsung q85 is less than a grand with soundbar included? serious question



By what I have read - Samsung's are QLED, not OLED.
OLED tech is better.
I have been suing Panasonic TVS all my life - hence I am more inclined towards Pana as compared to LG Phillips and Sony - which have also OLEDs - LG does not sell OLED screens to Samsung
markdavey197201/04/2020 17:16

Yeah, seriously tempted by the Q85. Would love to know what the real …Yeah, seriously tempted by the Q85. Would love to know what the real world difference is between the Q85 and Q90 though...


Just the number of dimming zones afaik. So slightly darker blacks on the 90.
Samsung lol. No comparison!
I have been offered one of these by Panny as my tv i got 4.5yrs ago has been repaired twice for backlight issues. Its happened again and they wont repair so gone for this just waiting for delivery now. Reviews seem really good this was extra £50 last week. Heat added.
benjefreys01/04/2020 18:47

I have been offered one of these by Panny as my tv i got 4.5yrs ago has …I have been offered one of these by Panny as my tv i got 4.5yrs ago has been repaired twice for backlight issues. Its happened again and they wont repair so gone for this just waiting for delivery now. Reviews seem really good this was extra £50 last week. Heat added.


Its a fantastic TV i have the 950 and i absolutely love it. straight out of the box settings are near perfect no need to worry about calibration if your not into that sort of thing
kartikbhatia01/04/2020 17:21

By what I have read - Samsung's are QLED, not OLED.OLED tech is better.I …By what I have read - Samsung's are QLED, not OLED.OLED tech is better.I have been suing Panasonic TVS all my life - hence I am more inclined towards Pana as compared to LG Phillips and Sony - which have also OLEDs - LG does not sell OLED screens to Samsung


If you are suing Panasonic ,why buy another ? Lg make the panels for all oled TVs ,
rickj01/04/2020 19:34

If you are suing Panasonic ,why buy another ? Lg make the panels for all …If you are suing Panasonic ,why buy another ? Lg make the panels for all oled TVs ,


Lol... I’m pretty sure it’s a typo and should be “using”.
I got one of Panasonic outlet ebay 5weeks ago for £800. Really good picture. Sometimes still get surprised how black the blacks are.
2hotty7501/04/2020 19:14

Its a fantastic TV i have the 950 and i absolutely love it. straight out …Its a fantastic TV i have the 950 and i absolutely love it. straight out of the box settings are near perfect no need to worry about calibration if your not into that sort of thing


Im looking forward to it whats the smart system like? im coming from the firefox system. ARC is also hit an miss with my av amp tends to work for a bit after a reboot then goes offline.
benjefreys01/04/2020 20:51

Im looking forward to it whats the smart system like? im coming from …Im looking forward to it whats the smart system like? im coming from the firefox system. ARC is also hit an miss with my av amp tends to work for a bit after a reboot then goes offline.


This uses a Pana form of Firefox. Apps like Netflix and Prime Video work fine but no Disney+ yet. All catch-up services are there but occasionally they disappear with a "no internet" error. Turning it off and on (not standby) fixes this.

Calibration is simple although as others have said it doesn't need much. The Netflix Calibrated mode is quite cool. Not necessarily what I'd pick but if it's based on how Netflix is configured then it's a nice touch.
Madforit01/04/2020 20:03

Lol... I’m pretty sure it’s a typo and should be “using”.


Yep me too.
Dorsk01/04/2020 21:01

This uses a Pana form of Firefox. Apps like Netflix and Prime Video work …This uses a Pana form of Firefox. Apps like Netflix and Prime Video work fine but no Disney+ yet. All catch-up services are there but occasionally they disappear with a "no internet" error. Turning it off and on (not standby) fixes this.Calibration is simple although as others have said it doesn't need much. The Netflix Calibrated mode is quite cool. Not necessarily what I'd pick but if it's based on how Netflix is configured then it's a nice touch.

Cool will be be pretty much the same layout then bit lazy of them really. Mad i've had that connection issue lots of times too normal only a power off fixes it, have it on a smart plug. Fixes the ARC issue too.
I'm not sure I'd buy this from Hughes. Heat for the price, but I don't see it mentioning warranty, so I'd assume 1 year only.
Costco have this for £1249 if you are a member. Or if John Lewis have this model will they price match, that extended warranty is worth the extra money.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 1st Apr
Does anyone know what the sound is like on this? Would I need to buy a soundbar? I’d like to avoid that if at all possible.
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