PANASONIC TX-58EX750B 58" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £999 @ currys
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PANASONIC TX-58EX750B 58" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £999 @ currys

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Found 14th Mar
Top features: 

- Cinema-quality picture with 4K Pro HDR 

- Adjustable stand height makes watching TV as comfortable as you like 

- Professionally-tuned display brings your content to life 

- Smart TV gives you catch-up, 4K streaming and more 

4K Pro HDR

Made for premium picture quality, the Panasonic TX-58EX750B 58" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV delivers vivid, richly-detailed images that'll make you feel like you're at the movies.

From TV shows and Blu-ray discs to 4K streaming and gaming, you'll experience deeper blacks and brighter whites with Pro HDR technology on a screen offering four times the resolution of Full HD.
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If anyone is interested its HDR10 and 10bit. Thats an amazing price!

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In my opinion Panasonic make the best looking TVs. Mine is a 2013 model and is beautiful. Trouble is I think they’ve lost their way and have fallen behind in terms of image quality and software. Better off with LG now. Some will argue Samsung.
I’ve been looking at this TV lately. Surely you would buy this from richer sounds or John Lewis for the warranty!!
Software in Panasonic TVs is abysmal. My parents’ TV is loaded with bloatware and adverts and the apps and marketplace are truly shocking.
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In my opinion Panasonic make the best looking TVs. Mine is a 2013 model and is beautiful. Trouble is I think they’ve lost their way and have fallen behind in terms of image quality and software. Better off with LG now. Some will argue Samsung.
I’ve been looking at this TV lately. Surely you would buy this from richer sounds or John Lewis for the warranty!!
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alilogan833 m ago

I’ve been looking at this TV lately. Surely you would buy this from richer …I’ve been looking at this TV lately. Surely you would buy this from richer sounds or John Lewis for the warranty!!


it has 5 year warranty included and only 130 more to cover it with Currys for 5 years in case of any accidents
John114a16 m ago

it has 5 year warranty included and only 130 more to cover it with Currys …it has 5 year warranty included and only 130 more to cover it with Currys for 5 years in case of any accidents


Currys buy out the warranty from the manufacturer so you’re stuck with their poor service. If u buy jl or rs you get too service and if needs be can go direct to Panasonic.
Very interesting stand design
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kaptin_d13 m ago

Currys buy out the warranty from the manufacturer so you’re stuck with t …Currys buy out the warranty from the manufacturer so you’re stuck with their poor service. If u buy jl or rs you get too service and if needs be can go direct to Panasonic.


do Currys not send it to Panasonic then if the unit fails?
Software in Panasonic TVs is abysmal. My parents’ TV is loaded with bloatware and adverts and the apps and marketplace are truly shocking.
John114a25 m ago

do Currys not send it to Panasonic then if the unit fails?


No. Assuming it’s the same arrangement as it is with laptops and desktops the repairs are carried out by currys. I could be wrong and maybe it doesn’t apply to TVs but that’s how it works with computer equipment. If you buy and acer Laptop and it breaks you’ll never convince acer to fix it as there is no manufacturer warranty. Maybe someone that works for Currys can confirm or deny for us all.
sorry guys ,a bit irrelevant question, does anyone know which movie is the one on Panasonic ad?
thanks in advance
I asked that question and was informed that it's just a promotional video made for Panasonic
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kaptin_d21 m ago

No. Assuming it’s the same arrangement as it is with laptops and desktops t …No. Assuming it’s the same arrangement as it is with laptops and desktops the repairs are carried out by currys. I could be wrong and maybe it doesn’t apply to TVs but that’s how it works with computer equipment. If you buy and acer Laptop and it breaks you’ll never convince acer to fix it as there is no manufacturer warranty. Maybe someone that works for Currys can confirm or deny for us all.


you would think that if it developed a fault Panasonic would sort it and if a Wii remote went through the screen Currys would sort it
kaptin_d1 h, 32 m ago

In my opinion Panasonic make the best looking TVs. Mine is a 2013 model …In my opinion Panasonic make the best looking TVs. Mine is a 2013 model and is beautiful. Trouble is I think they’ve lost their way and have fallen behind in terms of image quality and software. Better off with LG now. Some will argue Samsung.


Completely disagree. Samsungs TV range is very weak at the moment. LGs oled range is very good. Sony has the best of both possibly the best LED and a very good Oled in the A1. Panasonic's LED range isn't great but imo make the best oled in the EZ1000b.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 14th Mar
uksparky3 h, 28 m ago

Software in Panasonic TVs is abysmal. My parents’ TV is loaded with b …Software in Panasonic TVs is abysmal. My parents’ TV is loaded with bloatware and adverts and the apps and marketplace are truly shocking.


I doubt your parents' Panasonic is using the same software as these latest models then, because their current software (My Home Screen 2.0, a fork of FirefoxOS) has been near-universally praised. It's probably the second-best solution after LG's WebOS in terms of usability, with the fact that it's lacking a lot of smaller apps being its only major downside.
I saw the price and was tempted. But then re-learnt is edge lit and falls well short of the brightness levels required for proper HDR.
alilogan839 h, 16 m ago

I’ve been looking at this TV lately. Surely you would buy this from richer …I’ve been looking at this TV lately. Surely you would buy this from richer sounds or John Lewis for the warranty!!




Indeed. Get Richer Sounds to pricematch and knock at least another £10 off the price. Then get their 6yr warranty. It's a no brainer.
MSK.4 h, 16 m ago

I saw the price and was tempted. But then re-learnt is edge lit and falls …I saw the price and was tempted. But then re-learnt is edge lit and falls well short of the brightness levels required for proper HDR.




I have the 50" version, and nit level makes sod all difference. It's a superb TV (and most likely the last 3D TV made for the foreseeable future). You just need to calibrate the picture a bit - check the AVFORUMS owners thread.
By the way everyone, it's £60 cheaper at Hughes at £939 (with the 5yr warranty, as Panasonic offer it for free)

hughes.co.uk/pro…50b


Once again, I'd get Richer Sounds to pricematch and beat it by £10. You should be able to get this for £929. Bargain.
theyiddo1 h, 12 m ago

I have the 50" version, and nit level makes sod all difference. It's a …I have the 50" version, and nit level makes sod all difference. It's a superb TV (and most likely the last 3D TV made for the foreseeable future). You just need to calibrate the picture a bit - check the AVFORUMS owners thread.


The fact this is the only 3D TV on the market from a major manufacturer should tell you something about the home future of that tech.
Nit levels are very important.
Stoofa17 m ago

The fact this is the only 3D TV on the market from a major manufacturer …The fact this is the only 3D TV on the market from a major manufacturer should tell you something about the home future of that tech. Nit levels are very important.


Got a tv with 3d capability had it for last 5 years .... Never used 3d.

Bought it for the size, resolution and freesat built in reasons mainly.
zxcvbnmm10 h, 33 m ago

Very interesting stand design


Taken from a Panasonic office chair.
The stand looks good but I could see it getting knocked over very easily....I'd fire a few screws through it into the floor lol.
Cold as £60 cheaper at Hughes
Zameen54 m ago

Got a tv with 3d capability had it for last 5 years .... Never used …Got a tv with 3d capability had it for last 5 years .... Never used 3d.Bought it for the size, resolution and freesat built in reasons mainly.


I've bought my 3D Panasonic just the year after they've been released. I've watched 3D movies on it multiple times as I felt that 3D in most Cinemas was much harder to watch then the one on my TV - blurry, hard to focus, made my eyes tired very quickly. Only recently the cinemas caught up and it's on par with the tv quality. Although I do agree it's a bit of a gimmick and it wouldn't be a must have feature in my next TV.
I've had the 50 inch version of this for almost a year, great TV, no regrets. Panasonic are the only TVs that ever last for me, had an LG and 2 Samsung's and they all failed and needed replacing. Panny all the way.
Was the tv i wanted now oled doesnt support 3d.
Just going to have to keep waiting as cant upgrade despite being severely tempted a few times.
Rubbish deal. It's been this price for weeks if not months. It's also been cheaper at Hughes, with a public £60 off code on the product page, for weeks.
akpower10 h, 56 m ago

sorry guys ,a bit irrelevant question, does anyone know which movie is the …sorry guys ,a bit irrelevant question, does anyone know which movie is the one on Panasonic ad? thanks in advance


You can try here 4kmedia.org/.

It's all the original 4K HDR movies displayed in stores! Just download it to a memory stick and enjoy!
After the 65" version, too expensive at the moment
kaptin_d11 h, 19 m ago

No. Assuming it’s the same arrangement as it is with laptops and desktops t …No. Assuming it’s the same arrangement as it is with laptops and desktops the repairs are carried out by currys. I could be wrong and maybe it doesn’t apply to TVs but that’s how it works with computer equipment. If you buy and acer Laptop and it breaks you’ll never convince acer to fix it as there is no manufacturer warranty. Maybe someone that works for Currys can confirm or deny for us all.


The manufacturer warranty is still there.

But say you break it in an accident and have Currys care plan... They will replace/fix it themselves.

If they fix it themselves then you bet the manufacturer will not touch it at all.

However it is is a vague area, they will do in-house repairs but certain items the manufacturers will not let them touch.

Business point of view, if it's within manufacturers warranty they will most likely ship it to them.

Source: I worked at KnowHow
olipaulo14 m ago

You can try here http://4kmedia.org/.It's all the original 4K HDR movies …You can try here http://4kmedia.org/.It's all the original 4K HDR movies displayed in stores! Just download it to a memory stick and enjoy!


thanks
This set has been at this price for quite a while? Anyway seen it in several stores, it does look fantastic.
Hi guys, really interested in this TV however I've heard motion performance at 24p and hdr performance is abit meh.

Can anyone confirm? I've always used basic TV sets but wanted an upgrade for PS4 / pc gaming.

I know reviewers can be overly critical of flaws.

Thanks!
Zameen1 h, 40 m ago

Got a tv with 3d capability had it for last 5 years .... Never used …Got a tv with 3d capability had it for last 5 years .... Never used 3d.Bought it for the size, resolution and freesat built in reasons mainly.



Exactly.
I recently upgraded to UHD, however my old Samsung had 3D.
I used it loads of time in the first 6 months, past 4.5yrs never used it at all.
I don't believe 3D is something home users really want.
Aretak8 h, 16 m ago

I doubt your parents' Panasonic is using the same software as these latest …I doubt your parents' Panasonic is using the same software as these latest models then, because their current software (My Home Screen 2.0, a fork of FirefoxOS) has been near-universally praised. It's probably the second-best solution after LG's WebOS in terms of usability, with the fact that it's lacking a lot of smaller apps being its only major downside.


It's a pity they choose to abandon those of us on older screens in the grip of horrendous software then... I can vouch for the terrible excuse for a UI on a 2013 screen.

Having bought a Panasonic for the quality and service, I was amazed they only updated it twice in one year before abandoning it altogether. Will never give them a second chance.
kaptin_d12 h, 33 m ago

In my opinion Panasonic make the best looking TVs. Mine is a 2013 model …In my opinion Panasonic make the best looking TVs. Mine is a 2013 model and is beautiful. Trouble is I think they’ve lost their way and have fallen behind in terms of image quality and software. Better off with LG now. Some will argue Samsung.


I'm no expert - just observing the landscape, but Panasonic TVs continue to rank very high for image quality? Their top range tvs are pretty much always best in class according to reviews etc. In terms of software they use a variation of firefox OS which has been praised multiple times. And perhaps empirical but whenever I google any LG and even samsung sets to an extent and tons of threads owners with all sorts of issues pop up.
Long lost cousin
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Zameen2 h, 53 m ago

Got a tv with 3d capability had it for last 5 years .... Never used …Got a tv with 3d capability had it for last 5 years .... Never used 3d.Bought it for the size, resolution and freesat built in reasons mainly.


I have the last 65" plasma from Panasonic, only watched a couple of 3D, mainly bought it for picture quality, superb picture.Even the lastest 4k led TVs can't beat it. Waiting for an oled 4k, to come down in price display proper 24f without judder
Available refurbed on panasonics official ebay page if anyone interested. Good savings.

ebay.co.uk/itm…1f4
theyiddo4 h, 30 m ago

I have the 50" version, and nit level makes sod all difference. It's a …I have the 50" version, and nit level makes sod all difference. It's a superb TV (and most likely the last 3D TV made for the foreseeable future). You just need to calibrate the picture a bit - check the AVFORUMS owners thread.


I'd rather have local dinmmng and proper backlighting over 3D all day long.
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