Panasonic TX-65CZ952B 65 inch Curved OLED TV SMART 3D 4K  Ultra HD Built In WiFi £3999.99 @ panasonic store eBay refurb
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Panasonic TX-65CZ952B 65 inch Curved OLED TV SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD Built In WiFi £3999.99 @ panasonic store eBay refurb

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Found 19th Mar 2016
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4 grand for a tv.................
lel me buy it just now. o wait o have to sell my kidney first ! be right back...
I'll just pimp out the other halfs ****...
Sold all 5
Out of curiosity, what makes this worth £4k?
cannot even be used for gaming, too slow
Well sold out real quick!
Good deal as the retail price is £7000. This is the best TV available but is expensive
OLED, Curved, 3D, 4K & 65" all in one TV that makes it worth the money.
Edited by: "TheBiker" 19th Mar 2016
Like most things spend little you get basic quality, spend on top end quality and you get the best.
This is a fantastic quality Oled, and is a hot deal as it should be so heat added.
Blantant robbery
For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the benefits and stop your jealous whinging you workshy bunch of .........s
johnsutherland

For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the … For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the benefits and stop your jealous whinging you workshy bunch of .........s



Show us your receipt of your purchase of it then?
Hmmm ... Second hand TV ... My favourite.
For this kind of money I would want a 6 year guarantee.
Just waiting for another "For this money I could buy a house with a large garden and some fruit trees in an Eastern European village =..." comment

Classic!
stbk

Like most things spend little you get basic quality, spend on top end … Like most things spend little you get basic quality, spend on top end quality and you get the best.This is a fantastic quality Oled, and is a hot deal as it should be so heat added.


Leo Bodnar input lag tester, 74ms in [Game] mode is not top end quality so not the best.
Boxer

Leo Bodnar input lag tester, 74ms in [Game] mode is not top end quality … Leo Bodnar input lag tester, 74ms in [Game] mode is not top end quality so not the best.



It does the more important thing of displaying the best image (_;)
johnsutherland

For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the … For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the benefits and stop your jealous whinging you workshy bunch of .........s

johnsutherland

For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the … For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the benefits and stop your jealous whinging you workshy bunch of .........s

johnsutherland

For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the … For all you downvoting just because you can't afford.... get off the benefits and stop your jealous whinging you workshy bunch of .........s





kris147

Show us your receipt of your purchase of it then?


Don't be silly it's the workers who can't afford it
Boxer

Leo Bodnar input lag tester, 74ms in [Game] mode is not top end quality … Leo Bodnar input lag tester, 74ms in [Game] mode is not top end quality so not the best.


I'm not a gamer
Boxer

Leo Bodnar input lag tester, 74ms in [Game] mode is not top end quality … Leo Bodnar input lag tester, 74ms in [Game] mode is not top end quality so not the best.


when they test with the Leo Bodner tester they should specify that the reading was taken at 1080p. So, despite the fact that can give an idea, expect much higher lag at 4k. They are working on a 4k tester anyway
NARMAK

It does the more important thing of displaying the best image (_;)



​the most important thing depends on your use case. I wouldn't buy a TV with high input lag at any price as I use mine for console gaming as well as watching TV programmes. 74ms would make it unsuitable for my use.
NARMAK

It does the more important thing of displaying the best image (_;)



​the most important thing depends on your use case. I wouldn't buy a TV with high input lag at any price as I use mine for console gaming as well as watching TV programmes. 74ms would make it unsuitable for my use.
Looking for a television of a similar specification. Any recommendations on one with a lower input lag?
miaomiaobaubau

when they test with the Leo Bodner tester they should specify that the … when they test with the Leo Bodner tester they should specify that the reading was taken at 1080p. So, despite the fact that can give an idea, expect much higher lag at 4k. They are working on a 4k tester anyway


Why would you expect a higher lag for a 4k signal. The Tv has less processing to do for a 4k signal as it is a native 4k panel i.e. simply pixel to pixel mapping. For a 1080p signal it has to upscale to 4k which requires significantly more processing. Also the lag is only relevant to gamers and so it makes sense to use a 1080p signal as no consoles at present can produce 4k for gaming.

Until a 4k gaming console is released (and that doesnt included the rumoured PS4 with 4k output as that is just for TV not gaming) a 4k Leo Bodnar lag tester would be of little use. (Except for anyone playing 4k games on a high end PC.)
Edited by: "GadgetHunter" 24th Mar 2016
GadgetHunter

Why would you expect a higher lag for a 4k signal. The Tv has less … Why would you expect a higher lag for a 4k signal. The Tv has less processing to do for a 4k signal as it is a native 4k panel i.e. simply pixel to pixel mapping. For a 1080p signal it has to upscale to 4k which requires significantly more processing. Also the lag is only relevant to gamers and so it makes sense to use a 1080p signal as no consoles at present can produce 4k for gaming. Until a 4k gaming console is released (and that doesnt included the rumoured PS4 with 4k output as that is just for TV not gaming) a 4k Leo Bodnar lag tester would be of little use. (Except for anyone playing 4k games on a high end PC.)


higher lag because of the 4k processing, downscaling would help. Do what I do, I always verify myself with some simple camera tests and can see that results are different if I use my 4k tv(at the same resolutions) vs my 1440 monitor and then versus my 1080p monitor, results do come differently, the 4k tv gets faster as the resolution is reduced and the same for the 1440p monitor if used at 1080p vs the 1080p monitor and camera test does not lie. They use a 1080p signal because does not exist a Leo Bodnar 4k tester yet, they are working hard on it at the moment.
Edited by: "miaomiaobaubau" 25th Mar 2016
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