Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58 inch 4K HDR Smart TV £639 w/code @ Currys
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Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58 inch 4K HDR Smart TV £639 w/code @ Currys

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Found 20th Feb
Posting in case you missed in the Panasonic 50 inch tv thread.

Code PANALSTVDIR still working (not showing on the web page now) which gives a £60 discount - so get this 58 inch Panasonic tv for £639 delivered


Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR Led TV

  • 4K Ultra HD HDR
  • Catch-up & 4K Streaming
  • Picture quality: 1600 Hz
  • Tuner: Freeview HD with Freeview Play
  • Connectivity: HDMI x 3



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If you are after a price match with John lewis to benefit from the 5 year guarantee maybe worth a shot but can be hit and miss given the code is not on the page. You could also try a price match using Co-op Electrical which has the same tv for £649 with code CPT50
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I seen this TV personally in Currys when deal was posted last week here, viewing angle is poor as it mention by some reviewers, Color and contrast look dull and screen is not bright enough, I also checked review on JL and few people returned just because of poor viewing angle which is quit obvious with TV with VA panel, its not easy to buy a budget TV with best viewing angle nowadays

My hunts for 55" still on..
Panasonic tv’s I thought were generally a good tv are they not?
Was gonna gun for this deal..
OP the code CPM40 does NOT work for this tv on co-op, am I missing something?
onlinejomaibwork5 m ago

OP the code CPM40 does NOT work for this tv on co-op, am I missing …OP the code CPM40 does NOT work for this tv on co-op, am I missing something?


Yeah. You are on the wrong post
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onlinejomaibwork10 m ago

OP the code CPM40 does NOT work for this tv on co-op, am I missing …OP the code CPM40 does NOT work for this tv on co-op, am I missing something?




Sorry code is CPT50 - will amend the bottom of the OP
bmbratz48 m ago

Panasonic tv’s I thought were generally a good tv are they not?Was gonna g …Panasonic tv’s I thought were generally a good tv are they not?Was gonna gun for this deal..


An educated guess says all these from last year will keep dropping for a while yet, especially at Currys.

Panasonic are in their centenary year, they showed off their entire new range in Palma last week. They got plenty of stuff that appears to be far more promising technically and a country mile ahead aesthetically compared to last year's very average showing.

They're all going to be hitting the stores between early March and early June, this includes one set that will be a UK exclusive to Currys/PC World/Carphone Warehouse/whatever other retail names they go by.

I know last year's lines dropping in price as this year's new range launch is par for the course with all manufacturers but that said last year was not a vintage one for Panasonic so anyone hell bent on getting this or any of their other current models would do well to hold fire a wee bit longer as the prices will just keep dropping over the next two or three months.
Chasloyal9 m ago

An educated guess says all these from last year will keep dropping for a …An educated guess says all these from last year will keep dropping for a while yet, especially at Currys.Panasonic are in their centenary year, they showed off their entire new range in Palma last week. They got plenty of stuff that appears to be far more promising technically and a country mile ahead aesthetically compared to last year's very average showing.They're all going to be hitting the stores between early March and early June, this includes one set that will be a UK exclusive to Currys/PC World/Carphone Warehouse/whatever other retail names they go by.I know last year's lines dropping in price as this year's new range launch is par for the course with all manufacturers but that said last year was not a vintage one for Panasonic so anyone hell bent on getting this or any of their other current models would do well to hold fire a wee bit longer as the prices will just keep dropping over the next two or three months.


So older models drop in price upon the imminent release of newer ones, wowzers, mind....blown.
powerbrick19 m ago

So older models drop in price upon the imminent release of newer ones, …So older models drop in price upon the imminent release of newer ones, wowzers, mind....blown.


Oh the remarkable wit, believe it or not there's probably more people who don't know when Panasonic's new range is coming out than do, just putting it out there.

Then add to that if you know last year's lines were all pretty pony, the company is 100 years old in 2018 and after last week that Currys are to get an exclusive model from this centenary range you'd have to be rather foolish to jump on this deal from that specific retailer right now.

Sorry that not everyone out there is aware of these small details like you clearly are eh
Chasloyal36 m ago

An educated guess says all these from last year will keep dropping for a …An educated guess says all these from last year will keep dropping for a while yet, especially at Currys.Panasonic are in their centenary year, they showed off their entire new range in Palma last week. They got plenty of stuff that appears to be far more promising technically and a country mile ahead aesthetically compared to last year's very average showing.They're all going to be hitting the stores between early March and early June, this includes one set that will be a UK exclusive to Currys/PC World/Carphone Warehouse/whatever other retail names they go by.I know last year's lines dropping in price as this year's new range launch is par for the course with all manufacturers but that said last year was not a vintage one for Panasonic so anyone hell bent on getting this or any of their other current models would do well to hold fire a wee bit longer as the prices will just keep dropping over the next two or three months.


Thanks for the info. Ive been thinking of getting the 58EX750B and was hoping for a price drop whenever new models were getting released but wasn’t sure when that might be. I’ll keep an eye out over the next few months as it’s £999 everywhere at the moment. I’ve currently got a GT50 which I picked up a year after release for much cheaper than original rrp
Davelfc200023 m ago

Thanks for the info. Ive been thinking of getting the 58EX750B and was …Thanks for the info. Ive been thinking of getting the 58EX750B and was hoping for a price drop whenever new models were getting released but wasn’t sure when that might be. I’ll keep an eye out over the next few months as it’s £999 everywhere at the moment. I’ve currently got a GT50 which I picked up a year after release for much cheaper than original rrp


You very welcome mate, it's that I am after a decent spec telly for our bedroom that I am keeping such a close eye on every aspect from every manufacturer at the minute.

I know it's a totally different beast and far higher price bracket but there's one of Panasonic's new LCD sets coming out that appears to be the absolute mutt's nuts, the FX750 I think it was

I'm not in the market for something that extravagant because one: it's for the bedroom and two: I'm pretty sold on the 49" or 55" QLED Q7 when it drops to our biting point but if I was up for a front room set at new release prices I would keep tabs on it to see how quickly it drops
Anyone know if this is ‘proper’ HDR? 12bit might be the term I’m looking for..(excited)
I have this TV and I think it's great, apart from the built in apps are a bit laggy. Trying to stream stuff from my server is just a pain so I run it through the xbox instead.
I had to replace the 1st one after 1 day as a big hand print appeared on the inside of the screen which was a bit weird.
My 1st 4k TV so nothing to compare it too but after a bit of screen tweaking with guides off the Internet I'm more than happy with the picture and the viewing angles seem fine to me.
nightshot11 m ago

I have this TV and I think it's great, apart from the built in apps are a …I have this TV and I think it's great, apart from the built in apps are a bit laggy. Trying to stream stuff from my server is just a pain so I run it through the xbox instead.I had to replace the 1st one after 1 day as a big hand print appeared on the inside of the screen which was a bit weird.My 1st 4k TV so nothing to compare it too but after a bit of screen tweaking with guides off the Internet I'm more than happy with the picture and the viewing angles seem fine to me.



I've got the 40 Inch version of this and I love it. I find the colours to be perfectly vibrant, the image sharp and the blacks true. The viewing angle is very poor (knew before i bought it) but me and my lass sit right in front of it so not a problem for us
Chasloyal20th Feb

You very welcome mate, it's that I am after a decent spec telly for our …You very welcome mate, it's that I am after a decent spec telly for our bedroom that I am keeping such a close eye on every aspect from every manufacturer at the minute.I know it's a totally different beast and far higher price bracket but there's one of Panasonic's new LCD sets coming out that appears to be the absolute mutt's nuts, the FX750 I think it wasI'm not in the market for something that extravagant because one: it's for the bedroom and two: I'm pretty sold on the 49" or 55" QLED Q7 when it drops to our biting point but if I was up for a front room set at new release prices I would keep tabs on it to see how quickly it drops



The new FX range is supposed to be mainly IPS instead of VA panels but with good dark colour image refinement. Is it worthwhile waiting to get one of those next year for a (hopeful) price reduction? Prior or around the release of the 2019 GX series (or equivalent name) instead of a current VA panel TVs?

Unsure as to the prices of the FX range.

I think the Currys/PC World exclusive is the FX740 TV.



According to the video HDR10+ may not be added to the 2017 LCD TVS. The video mentions the OLED ones getting it but others are 'getting worked through'.
thetarget5 h, 27 m ago

The new FX range is supposed to be mainly IPS instead of VA panels but …The new FX range is supposed to be mainly IPS instead of VA panels but with good dark colour image refinement. Is it worthwhile waiting to get one of those next year for a (hopeful) price reduction? Prior or around the release of the 2019 GX series (or equivalent name) instead of a current VA panel TVs? Unsure as to the prices of the FX range.I think the Currys/PC World exclusive is the FX740 TV.[Video] According to the video HDR10+ may not be added to the 2017 LCD TVS. The video mentions the OLED ones getting it but others are 'getting worked through'.


OLED sets are big ticket items and keeping those big ticket prices held whilst LCD sets don't hold their prices once the new range launch so I think it's as good as nailed the OLED sets will get more product support in new technology updates as they become available, even a year or two down the line whilst LCD probably won't.

Blimey half of that vid is the governor bigging his firm up, like Panasonic's very own Lord Haw-haw it was the 750 I was reading about and saw a pic of, doesn't look as good aesthetically on the vid as it did in the pictures of the article I was reading.
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