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Panasonic TX-58GX800B (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play, Graphite & Black 6 Year Guarantee - £679 @ Richer Sounds
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Panasonic TX-58GX800B (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" with Freeview Play, Graphite & Black 6 Year Guarantee - £679 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 21st Nov 2019

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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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Convinced this will be lower come Black Friday. It's already been £599 at Costco and very briefly at John Lewis yesterday. Personally I'm holding out for it hitting that price again.
If the 65 drops below £800 I may be tempted to skip OLED all together.
ALennon2521/11/2019 13:09

Convinced this will be lower come Black Friday. It's already been £599 at …Convinced this will be lower come Black Friday. It's already been £599 at Costco and very briefly at John Lewis yesterday. Personally I'm holding out for it hitting that price again.


Same, after reading loads of reviews this seems the best TV for the money around at the moment.
Can I connect to Freesat on this tv?
Is this a VA panel? As in it’ll look amazing face on but not at an angle?
I want this TV...just holding on for JL to drop further as I've got some vouchers to use there...I want this TV...but
Bought this last week from Richer Sounds for £664. That was price matched from RGB Direct. Plus 6 year warranty and Richer Sounds Black Friday guarantee. I can tell you, coming from 1080p this is a spectacular tv. Dolby Vision is great. HD content looks great and the in built presets are pretty bang on to my eyes. Some reviews have said it’s not bright enough but it’s plenty bright to me. The blacks needed a little tweaking to get them even blacker (which they are now). I can’t praise this TV enough for this price. There’s only one caveat and it’s a big one one as I have a corner sofa and the tv is directly facing only one part of it. The viewing angles are atrocious close up. It’s honestly not worth sitting to the side. I’ve changed my comfy spot on the couch to a more central position now which is a bit of an adjustment but ultimately worth it.
Edited by: "jaihussain" 21st Nov 2019
jaihussain21/11/2019 18:06

Bought this last week from Richer Sounds for £664. That was price matched …Bought this last week from Richer Sounds for £664. That was price matched from RGB Direct. Plus 6 year warranty and Richer Sounds Black Friday guarantee. I can tell you, coming from 1080p this is a spectacular tv. Dolby Vision is great. HD content looks great and the in built presets are pretty bang on to my eyes. Some reviews have said it’s not bright enough but it’s plenty bright to me. The blacks needed a little tweaking to get them even blacker (which they are now). I can’t praise this TV enough for this price. There’s only one caveat and it’s a big one one as I have a corner sofa and the tv is directly facing only one part of it. The viewing angles are atrocious close up. It’s honestly not worth sitting to the side. I’ve changed my comfy spot on the couch to a more central position now which is a bit of an adjustment but ultimately worth it.


I was all set to buy it after reading this detailed review but then you got me at the viewing angles. My room is a square, the TV will be in the corner with a sofa on the left side and sofa on the right side of the TV, on the opposite side of the room, so no one will be looking straight onto the TV so to speak.

Would you say it's not worth getting it because of this?
Edited by: "gsj87" 21st Nov 2019
gsj8721/11/2019 19:14

I was all set to buy it after reading this detailed review but then you …I was all set to buy it after reading this detailed review but then you got me at the viewing angles. My room is a square, the TV will be in the corner with a sofa on the left side and sofa on the right side of the TV, on the opposite side of the room, so no one will be looking straight onto the TV so to speak.Would you say it's not worth getting it because of this?


I think I get what you mean. Put it this way. The people sitting on the far left of your left sofa and far right of your right sofa are gonna get a pretty washed out image. The people sitting closer to the centre of the corner opposite your tv are gonna get a great picture!
Edited by: "jaihussain" 21st Nov 2019
jaihussain21/11/2019 19:17

I think I get what you mean. Put it this way. The people sitting on the …I think I get what you mean. Put it this way. The people sitting on the far left of your left sofa and far right of your right sofa are gonna get a pretty washed out image. The people sitting closer to the centre of the corner opposite your tv are gonna get a great picture!


Got ya, thanks!
I've got this TV. Coming from a plasma I'd say the viewing angles are atrocious and I wish I hadn't bought it.
Viewing straight on dead centre it's incredibly impressive but if you've got a family on a few different seating positions I'd avoid it.
I got this TV Tuesday and I’m very impressed with it. Only downside for me was 3 HDMI ports but I bought a decent switcher and everything is great. Excuse the mess I’d only just connected it up.39059178-Q6V7q.jpg
Kreskin21/11/2019 19:36

I've got this TV. Coming from a plasma I'd say the viewing angles are …I've got this TV. Coming from a plasma I'd say the viewing angles are atrocious and I wish I hadn't bought it.Viewing straight on dead centre it's incredibly impressive but if you've got a family on a few different seating positions I'd avoid it.


Nothing beats plasma I am afraid.
Edited by: "wilu_ohw" 21st Nov 2019
wilu_ohw21/11/2019 21:12

Nothing beats plasma I am afraid.



Yep, only real downside was the reflections off the glass screen in a brightly lit room. That and having to repair it every three years or so... Can't say I'll be going out of my way to keep this one going for ten years.
Costco doing this TV for £599 !! for the price, is this the best tv out there ??
johnjjp22/11/2019 07:30

Costco doing this TV for £599 !! for the price, is this the best tv out …Costco doing this TV for £599 !! for the price, is this the best tv out there ??



id say that’s an amazing offer
Winklexx22/11/2019 07:35

id say that’s an amazing offer


Thanks. Did try posting this as a new deal but being new user to this site, having trouble. Will wait for someone else to pick it up and post. Would be interested to get a few other views on the price/tv. Cheers.
ALennon2521/11/2019 13:09

Convinced this will be lower come Black Friday. It's already been £599 at …Convinced this will be lower come Black Friday. It's already been £599 at Costco and very briefly at John Lewis yesterday. Personally I'm holding out for it hitting that price again.


£599 Costco, now!!
Can I connect a cable from my satellite dish to this tv for Freesat?
ashclo22/11/2019 11:27

Can I connect a cable from my satellite dish to this tv for Freesat?


No, it's got no satellite tuner.
johnjjp22/11/2019 07:47

£599 Costco, now!!


Would John Lewis price match this. I got some vouchers to use
Kreskin22/11/2019 15:21

No, it's got no satellite tuner.



Sure about that? Good Housekeeping review says "It can receive both Freeview and Freesat broadcasts with Freeview Play is built-in."
Kreskin21/11/2019 22:27

Yep, only real downside was the reflections off the glass screen in a …Yep, only real downside was the reflections off the glass screen in a brightly lit room. That and having to repair it every three years or so... Can't say I'll be going out of my way to keep this one going for ten years.


My Panasonic plasma is going strong for 8 years. Superb picture.
avid.fan22/11/2019 18:15

Sure about that? Good Housekeeping review says "It can receive both …Sure about that? Good Housekeeping review says "It can receive both Freeview and Freesat broadcasts with Freeview Play is built-in."



Yes, I'm sure.
Kreskin22/11/2019 15:21

No, it's got no satellite tuner.


Went in JL earlier, they said same. Cheers.
BilzR22/11/2019 15:32

Would John Lewis price match this. I got some vouchers to use


No, I asked in JL earlier
wilu_ohw22/11/2019 18:39

My Panasonic plasma is going strong for 8 years. Superb picture.


So is mine although it’s now living in the bedroom as just replaced it with this, there’s quite a noticeable difference.
Edited by: "Winklexx" 22nd Nov 2019
Here's a manual in case anyone wants more info. Unfortunately nothing about having to sit dead centre to enjoy it!
PDF user guide
Kreskin22/11/2019 15:21

No, it's got no satellite tuner.



Have to admit that's put a dampner on things - I don't need the Freesat, but nice to have as a backup if BT reception is bad...had expected these to be pretty standard features - had it on my 3yr old £400 LG
Winklexx21/11/2019 20:22

I got this TV Tuesday and I’m very impressed with it. Only downside for me …I got this TV Tuesday and I’m very impressed with it. Only downside for me was 3 HDMI ports but I bought a decent switcher and everything is great. Excuse the mess I’d only just connected it up.[Image]


I've got my eye on this TV.
Can you post up the calibration settings you used please?
HELP PLEASE do i buy.....been looking at OLED for months LG55B9PLA .....im not tech savvy but looking at reviews of above and overall look really good,dont have a clue on formats and stuff...but its about 420 pound difference
I went to buy the Panasonic in Chester at RS....but to buy had second thoughts.
Please need advice as I wish buy the Panasonic as it would be a good saving also I think I could live with this any thoughts please
Please be gentle as I don't usually post
would you buy additional accident warranty given price
I will buy today if good feedback many thanks
Dunno if I can speak objectively...current TV is an LG and it's only about 3 yrs old but in that time I've had constant on screen message popping up about 'disconnected device' and Netflix and Amazon Prime freezing to a snail's pace (or not working at all),

First and last LG
Hi i have just bought from Richer Sounds for 664.00,price beat RGB Direct
hope I have bought well,couldn't afford OLED
views please
basketball1128/11/2019 07:22

HELP PLEASE do i buy.....been looking at OLED for months LG55B9PLA …HELP PLEASE do i buy.....been looking at OLED for months LG55B9PLA .....im not tech savvy but looking at reviews of above and overall look really good,dont have a clue on formats and stuff...but its about 420 pound differenceI went to buy the Panasonic in Chester at RS....but to buy had second thoughts.Please need advice as I wish buy the Panasonic as it would be a good saving also I think I could live with this any thoughts pleasePlease be gentle as I don't usually postwould you buy additional accident warranty given priceI will buy today if good feedback many thanks


Hi, I was looking at exactly the same 2 tv’s. Go to John Lewis and look at any OLED and the GX800 side by side . I did .... the OLEDS look better than the GX ... but is it really that much better? I actually preferred the GX picture in some respects and felt it more natural (my own opinion ). Best thing is check it out yourself and ask them to show you some normal TV too as most of the demos running make most TV’s look amazing !!! . Good luck . I went for the GX and dont regret it 🏼
Just bought this tv. I rang john Lewis and ao.com who wouldnt price match costco. Rang richer sounds and they price matched at £599 and gave me 6 year warrenty.
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