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Panasonic TX-58GX800B (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play Graphite & Black Free 6 Year Guarantee £699 @ RicherSounds
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Panasonic TX-58GX800B (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play Graphite & Black Free 6 Year Guarantee £699 @ RicherSounds

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Panasonic’s GX800 displays an exceptional 4K HDR picture, powered by the Hollywood Cinema Experience processor. The brand’s HDR Bright Panel Plus reveals every glorious detail of 4K resolution. Multi-format HDR gets the best out of 4K streaming services and Blu-rays, and Dolby Atmos sound is cinematic and immersive. Its customisable Smart Platform brings you a wealth of online apps, including streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in 4K.*

HDR with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. Panasonic’s HDR Bright Panel Plus supports all HDR formats including HDR10+ and Dolby Vision so you'll always get the full HDR treatment.

4K Ultra High Definition
This 58” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

Features:

HCX Processor: tuned by a Hollywood colourist, Panasonic’s Hollywood Cinema Experience processor gives blacker blacks, whiter whites, lustrous contrast, and a wider colour range that does true justice to the film-makers' vision.

Sport & Game Modes: specially tailored viewing modes to immerse you in the drama of the sporting spectacle, and to deliver a super-responsive gaming experience.

Dolby Atmos Sound: get more immersed in your entertainment’s audio with the cinematic, three-dimensional sound placement of Dolby Atmos.

Local Dimming: adjusting light output in different areas of the screen independently gives deeper blacks contrasted with brilliant luminance.

Wide Colour Spectrum: Wide Colour Phosphor Technology covers over 90% of the DCI (Digital Cinema Initiative) standards, for a more natural and subtly-hued colour display.

Intuitive Smart Platform
‘my Home Screen 4.0’ provides quick and intuitive access to the content you want, with a huge variety of apps on a customisable home screen. Regular updates keep it up-to-date with the latest technology and content developments. Cloud services let you use fully-fledged, large-data games and a wealth of content services, so you can quickly switch over from watching TV to playing games. And it's compatible with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Youtube, who offer streaming services in 4K*.

Works with your Smart Assistant
This Panasonic TV works with Google Assistant and Alexa devices, so you can change channel, adjust volume, and more, with just your voice, using compatible smart speakers.
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philnwl02/11/2019 22:02

Vestel rebadge ?


No... This is. Really good midrange TV bought it a month ago
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Vestel rebadge ?
Just got the 50 inch for £629. Excellent tv for the price
philnwl02/11/2019 22:02

Vestel rebadge ?


No... This is. Really good midrange TV bought it a month ago
Ok cheers
This was £599 very recently at costco
Im sure it will be again -time machine not needed

hotukdeals.com/dea…366
Looks like someone beat tempt to it
Great tv. I just got the 50. Great contrast. Not the cheap vestel.. the real deal.
Doesn’t have Spotify which was a -ve but then I just use phone through Bluetooth soundbar
I have an older dx model epic tv was recommended it in John Lewis over a Samsung £200 more and don’t regret it
you may want to check it instore first, i had a 58" panasonic about a year ago but the screen was that glossy it was terrible in the day so it went back
deanos03/11/2019 09:15

you may want to check it instore first, i had a 58" panasonic about a year …you may want to check it instore first, i had a 58" panasonic about a year ago but the screen was that glossy it was terrible in the day so it went back


Yeah HDTV test review it and it's the first thing he mentions. Mirror like reflective.
Edited by: "dazrasx" 3rd Nov
Can't believe 40" stays still at £600 mark..
Build quality on this is questionable, and on forums there's mass reports of them starting to lean back after a few days.
Edited by: "Icewhite" 3rd Nov
Doesn't look like their best LED TV but it is.

Has a VA panel unlike last year's equivalent the FX750 but a lot cheaper-looking as that had a glass surround.

That one was a lot heavier though so this is safer if you have kids running around.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 3rd Nov
Shockey03/11/2019 07:53

I have an older dx model epic tv was recommended it in John Lewis over a …I have an older dx model epic tv was recommended it in John Lewis over a Samsung £200 more and don’t regret it


Same. Got the dx650 a few years ago. Great tv. Will upgrade to the next ?X750 once this one goes pop
Icewhite03/11/2019 11:29

Build quality on this is questionable, and on forums there's mass reports …Build quality on this is questionable, and on forums there's mass reports of them starting to lean back after a few days.


I think that's by design. It's to stop them easily falling forward if knocked.
TryLean02/11/2019 22:11

This was £599 very recently at costco Im sure it will be again -time …This was £599 very recently at costco Im sure it will be again -time machine not neededhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-58-4k-uhd-tvtx-58gx800b-59998-at-costco-3312366


I was just gonna say
65" for £825... is this better than samsung q60 ?
Comparison to my 55" NU8000? Looking to replace the samsung
MRCAW03/11/2019 17:20

Comparison to my 55" NU8000? Looking to replace the samsung


That got pretty good reviews didn't it?

Don't think this TV will be any better picture-wise, and the screen is more reflective by the sound of it, although it does have Dolby Vision, but it that enough to swap?

I think it's only 50/ 60hz as well.

For gaming I think your Samsung will be better.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 3rd Nov
Excellent TV but unusual size. I don't like the size 58 inch. Too wide horizontally.
Just got this from JL with a price match excellent tv. Great picture and not found it very reflective at all and it's in a very bright room.
muttyhc2k1102/11/2019 22:08

No... This is. Really good midrange TV bought it a month ago


What are the blacks like on it mate, like the black bars on films etc and is there light bleed
garnerw03/11/2019 21:01

What are the blacks like on it mate, like the black bars on films etc and …What are the blacks like on it mate, like the black bars on films etc and is there light bleed


Blacks are good - not OLED or class leading of course, but generally I find them good. I had a Philips 55pus7304 before this, grey blacks on that, these are more like really really dark grey almost black.

I watched the HDTV review - that is helpful.
For those wondering about Samsung q60/ nu8000 - this is better. The q60 doesn't have local dimming (and is better than the nu8000) - the step up from this is the sony xf9005
What about LG 55SM8600PLA

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muttyhc2k1103/11/2019 21:28

For those wondering about Samsung q60/ nu8000 - this is better. The q60 …For those wondering about Samsung q60/ nu8000 - this is better. The q60 doesn't have local dimming (and is better than the nu8000) - the step up from this is the sony xf9005


Think you're mixing up the NU8000 with the RU8000

The NU8000 is almost the same as the Q6 and the Q6 is better than the Q60 according to most reviews.

The NU8000 does have local dimming but it's not great. This Panasonic has the same type of dimming as the NU8000 so can't see it being much better in that regard. The Sony you mentioned has full array local dimming, which is better but then you have the problem of blooming.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 3rd Nov
Cremoso9903/11/2019 22:51

Think you're mixing up the NU8000 with the RU8000The NU8000 is almost the …Think you're mixing up the NU8000 with the RU8000The NU8000 is almost the same as the Q6 and the Q6 is better than the Q60 according to most reviews.The NU8000 does have local dimming but it's not great. This Panasonic has the same type of dimming as the NU8000 so can't see it being much better in that regard. The Sony you mentioned has full array local dimming, which is better but then you have the problem of blooming.


Apologies got the nu and ru mixed up.
muttyhc2k1103/11/2019 21:25

Blacks are good - not OLED or class leading of course, but generally I …Blacks are good - not OLED or class leading of course, but generally I find them good. I had a Philips 55pus7304 before this, grey blacks on that, these are more like really really dark grey almost black.I watched the HDTV review - that is helpful.


Ironic you should say that as I'm eyeing up the Philips 7394 in the Black Friday sales. I was offered the 58 inch Panasonic for £675 in Richer Sounds about 3 months ago but wasn't sure about it even though the picture quality looked great when playing the demo bluray
Cremoso9903/11/2019 18:56

That got pretty good reviews didn't it?Don't think this TV will be any …That got pretty good reviews didn't it?Don't think this TV will be any better picture-wise, and the screen is more reflective by the sound of it, although it does have Dolby Vision, but it that enough to swap?I think it's only 50/ 60hz as well.For gaming I think your Samsung will be better.


Thanks for the reply.

It did have good reviews ,and I thought I'd cracked it when I bought it to replace my plasma.But the VA viewing angles are worse than I thought, and would like deeper blacks. But everything else about it is spot on,OS,motion,sound,the extra remote.

I guess I need to get OLED.😁
deanos03/11/2019 09:15

you may want to check it instore first, i had a 58" panasonic about a year …you may want to check it instore first, i had a 58" panasonic about a year ago but the screen was that glossy it was terrible in the day so it went back


That is true. It is quite glossy. If it is facing the window on a sunny day you’re not going to see much. We angled ours away and it’s fine. The gloss actually looks quite classy when just sitting there
andyharris52403/11/2019 17:08

65" for £825... is this better than samsung q60 ?


I saw both side by side in richer sound and I’d say yes. The Panasonic seemed to have better contrast with much deeper blacks. Q70 might be different
Also remember this has Dolby Vision and HDR10+ on it. Samsungs only have HDR10+. Makes it a bit more future proof on the HDR format front.
andyharris52403/11/2019 17:08

65" for £825... is this better than samsung q60 ?


Yes, it's technically a better TV. And I've got the Q60. Might be sending it back, panel uniformity and light bleed issues along the bottom.
I'd be all over this if they did a 14 inch black and white version
I have the 58' version of this and it's great. Just have a play with picture settings out of the box though as they aren't great. The fact it has Dolby Vision as well is great because it is much better than HDR10+. The true cinema setting is great for anything in HD and 4k.
Darn, keen on this but voucher's dead
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