PANASONIC TX-65EX600B 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV at Currys for £1099
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PANASONIC TX-65EX600B 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV at Currys for £1099

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Found 30th Aug 2017
- 4K Ultra HD TV with Multi HDR for premium picture quality

- Smoother, more detailed images with 1300 Hz BMR

- Streaming services and catch-up TV make sure you're always entertained

- Smart TV with customisable My Home Screen 2.0 puts favourite content where you want it

- Adjustable TV stand feet for easier positioning

4K Ultra HD TV with Multi HDR

Enjoy spectacular picture quality. The Panasonic TX-65EX600B 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV treats you to four times more detail than a Full HD screen. Movies, documentaries, live concerts, games – they'll all look stunning vibrant and detailed on a 4K screen.

HDR means more atmospheric and realistic lighting. Blacks are deeper, bright tones are crisp and sharp. See more detail on a 65” TV that's ideal for cinema-style home entertainment. The TX 65EX600 is compatible with HDR10 - used for most online and Blu-ray HDR content - and HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma), to be used by the BBC and Sky for upcoming HDR broadcasts.

Smoother, more detailed images

Watching sports, playing games and enjoying high-octane movies needs a TV that can keep up. The Panasonic TX65 EX600B keeps images beautifully smooth and clear with a 1300Hz BMR, reducing blurring for fast scenes that you can enjoy uninterrupted.

Streaming services and catch-up TV

Stream shows, films and more out of the box with built-in apps like Netflix and Amazon. See 4K HDR content and Wuaki TV (subscriptions required), and explore all kinds of free content from YouTube and YouTube 4K, Vimeo, and many others.

Catch up with favourite shows using BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, and Demand 5 – there's also past content from Dave, Really, Yesterday, and Drama, giving you a huge range of catch-up in one TV. Catch-up is easier with Freeview Play. Search individual catch-up TV apps and see programmes you've missed over the past seven days. Quick Look Guide shows what's on, shows you've missed and recommended shows at a glance.

Smart TV with customisable My Home Screen

Put your favourite apps and content where it's easiest to access. My Home Screen 2.0 is customisable so that you can press Home and get to what you want using three simple options.nControl the way you want to enjoy TV – there's even a button on the remote to take you straight to your favourite app.

Adjustable TV stand feet

Adjust the TV stand between two different foot positions, helping you fit it on a certain cabinet, position your sound bar practically or add a stylish look to your lounge.
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I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had by far and to this day I personally think it gives out a better picture than any of the models I see in curry's. It was a 10/10 set when it came out about 4 years ago and was part of the last ever set of plasmas Panasonic did. Image quality on day to day TV just doesn't seem to have gotten better than this. There is a reason ppl are still holding on to their pioneer kuros from 10 years ago.
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Can u screen mirror off a Samsung tablet to this somehow?
Can any techys please pass comment on this TV, 10 bit etc... In all the time I've used HotUKDeals, I've never come across a write up on one that is actually a great price with a great review that everyone agrees on? Thanks in advance
guydaniels1 h, 43 m ago

Can any techys please pass comment on this TV, 10 bit etc... In all the …Can any techys please pass comment on this TV, 10 bit etc... In all the time I've used HotUKDeals, I've never come across a write up on one that is actually a great price with a great review that everyone agrees on? Thanks in advance


There's a THX certified Panasonic that is meant to be the mutt's nuts but is priced accordingly so I don't think it would be this one.

If it is then this is steal of the century because I thought that set was like 3 or 4 grand!
I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had by far and to this day I personally think it gives out a better picture than any of the models I see in curry's. It was a 10/10 set when it came out about 4 years ago and was part of the last ever set of plasmas Panasonic did. Image quality on day to day TV just doesn't seem to have gotten better than this. There is a reason ppl are still holding on to their pioneer kuros from 10 years ago.
Albie73 h, 6 m ago

Can u screen mirror off a Samsung tablet to this somehow?


My nexus can, so I guess so.
guydaniels1 h, 46 m ago

Can any techys please pass comment on this TV, 10 bit etc... In all the …Can any techys please pass comment on this TV, 10 bit etc... In all the time I've used HotUKDeals, I've never come across a write up on one that is actually a great price with a great review that everyone agrees on? Thanks in advance


It uses FRC, which is 10bit emulated. I think it worth the money. Perhaps you can't even notice the difference, the worst is that you can't tell your friends that you have a 10 bit TV!
guydaniels1 h, 47 m ago

Can any techys please pass comment on this TV, 10 bit etc... In all the …Can any techys please pass comment on this TV, 10 bit etc... In all the time I've used HotUKDeals, I've never come across a write up on one that is actually a great price with a great review that everyone agrees on? Thanks in advance



The specs aren't great. It's an 8-bit +FRC panel with no local dimming.
Peak brightness is the biggest issue, 300 cd/m is very low for a screen touting HDR.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 30th Aug 2017
Albie73 h, 8 m ago

Can u screen mirror off a Samsung tablet to this somehow?


Yeah, they have a mirroring thing built in which works with Samsung's cast app, or you can download a third party app to do the same.

Panasonic have a viera app as well that you can share content via, without having to mirror, but its honestly a little clunky. I have the 50 inch of the model above this one
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Tech specs of the screen not not 10 bit
Love the £100 HDMI cable they try to bundle with it
please do not buy this tv. why? because mine has been written off after 7 days due to terrible clouding, light bleed and awful picture. the blacks are certainly lacking on this set being an entry level model. i have nothing against panasonic as ive always been a plasma fanboy having had a pioneer and top of the line panasonic plasmas. as much as this might seem a good deal in terms of price, size etc... you will be extremely dissapointed in the overall performance of this set. sound is good but picture is poor IMO. i have decided to sink another grand into a lg oled c7v which is night and day showing the same content but horses for courses as they say. beware!!! the lcd and led and oled technology are still plagued by many issues its just your luck if you get a good apple or a bad one.

on a side note...i was surprised on how deep this set is....my 6 year old plasma is thinner than this
Edited by: "kakawak" 30th Aug 2017
Not too bothered whether 8 or 10 bit as I am waiting for the 12 bit TV.
Banned
Nice Price. Thanks!
mart32119 m ago

I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had …I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had by far and to this day I personally think it gives out a better picture than any of the models I see in curry's. It was a 10/10 set when it came out about 4 years ago and was part of the last ever set of plasmas Panasonic did. Image quality on day to day TV just doesn't seem to have gotten better than this. There is a reason ppl are still holding on to their pioneer kuros from 10 years ago.


keep your gt60 until the oled has came further down in price. you will be dissapointed in this set...trust me!
mart32140 m ago

I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had …I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had by far and to this day I personally think it gives out a better picture than any of the models I see in curry's. It was a 10/10 set when it came out about 4 years ago and was part of the last ever set of plasmas Panasonic did. Image quality on day to day TV just doesn't seem to have gotten better than this. There is a reason ppl are still holding on to their pioneer kuros from 10 years ago.


Agree with this. I recently bought a mint 55 inch Vt50 for £350 which is probably the best tech purchase I've made. I believe I'd have to spend many times more on a modern TV to get a superior picture.

Anyone who doesn't want to show off by having a 4k TV should look for a good condition late gen Panasonic plasma. Look for the gt50, gt60, vt50, vt60 models
Thanks for the info, still looking forward to that special deal then
samsun6 m ago

Agree with this. I recently bought a mint 55 inch Vt50 for £350 which is …Agree with this. I recently bought a mint 55 inch Vt50 for £350 which is probably the best tech purchase I've made. I believe I'd have to spend many times more on a modern TV to get a superior picture. Anyone who doesn't want to show off by having a 4k TV should look for a good condition late gen Panasonic plasma. Look for the gt50, gt60, vt50, vt60 models


forgot to mention that my current plasma is the gt50 55" doh! and you are spot on.....i know oled has pros/cons but to me pioneer/panasonic are still the tv champs in terms of overall picture and tv use
kakawak36 m ago

please do not buy this tv. why? because mine has been written off after 7 …please do not buy this tv. why? because mine has been written off after 7 days due to terrible clouding, light bleed and awful picture. the blacks are certainly lacking on this set being an entry level model. i have nothing against panasonic as ive always been a plasma fanboy having had a pioneer and top of the line panasonic plasmas. as much as this might seem a good deal in terms of price, size etc... you will be extremely dissapointed in the overall performance of this set. sound is good but picture is poor IMO. i have decided to sink another grand into a lg oled c7v which is night and day showing the same content but horses for courses as they say. beware!!! the lcd and led and oled technology are still plagued by many issues its just your luck if you get a good apple or a bad one.on a side note...i was surprised on how deep this set is....my 6 year old plasma is thinner than this


Buy an OLED
paying over £1000 in this day and age for a LCD TV is just crazy.
Just pay a little more and buy an OLED.
Are Curry's still doing that up to £500 off your old TV thing?????
Tequila6 m ago

Buy an OLED


if you read my comment.....I DID :P
JCP1148 m ago

Are Curry's still doing that up to £500 off your old TV thing?????

No, I don't think so. Gone are such days. Some Samsung tellies offer £200 or £400 cash-back if you upgrade to their certain models.
mart3212 h, 5 m ago

I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had …I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had by far and to this day I personally think it gives out a better picture than any of the models I see in curry's. It was a 10/10 set when it came out about 4 years ago and was part of the last ever set of plasmas Panasonic did. Image quality on day to day TV just doesn't seem to have gotten better than this. There is a reason ppl are still holding on to their pioneer kuros from 10 years ago.


Good point. I'm still using my 42" Panny plasma, about 8 years old now. I got a 50" Panny 4K for another room and the upscaling and audio was awful, ended up sending it back and got a Hisense 55" instead which has been fantastic, no complaints so far. I can't comment on this model but the fact that it is a Panny is no longer a guarantee that you are buying a quality product.
mart3212 h, 13 m ago

I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had …I'm looking to upgrade my 50 inch pani gt60. Its been the best TV I've had by far and to this day I personally think it gives out a better picture than any of the models I see in curry's. It was a 10/10 set when it came out about 4 years ago and was part of the last ever set of plasmas Panasonic did. Image quality on day to day TV just doesn't seem to have gotten better than this. There is a reason ppl are still holding on to their pioneer kuros from 10 years ago.

Same boat, GT50, I'm waiting for OLED next year to come down.
samsun2 h, 36 m ago

Agree with this. I recently bought a mint 55 inch Vt50 for £350 which is …Agree with this. I recently bought a mint 55 inch Vt50 for £350 which is probably the best tech purchase I've made. I believe I'd have to spend many times more on a modern TV to get a superior picture. Anyone who doesn't want to show off by having a 4k TV should look for a good condition late gen Panasonic plasma. Look for the gt50, gt60, vt50, vt60 models


Show off?!

Yeah, that was my first thought. Must buy 4K OLED to show off!
Still using a 50" Panasonic V10 here, Picture quality is much better than most models of upto £700 at todays prices, im just surpirsed they cant get away selling that and people put up with non natural colours

I have seen some Oled TVs and yes they are stunning, but all i ever will do is connect a sky box or stream stuff so cant justify the spend of £2500+
Apparently...
"Panasonic is using ‘EZ’ to label its premium TVs, the 4K OLED models
‘DX’ is for the top 4K LCD LED models from 2016, which will continue into 2017
‘EX’ is for the 2017 4K LED LCD models, a step down in the range
‘ES’ is for the lower tier models going up to 1080p"

Read more at trustedreviews.com/new…995
davidridge14 h, 27 m ago

Not too bothered whether 8 or 10 bit as I am waiting for the 12 bit TV.


64-bit will be out soon. So, hold your guns
kakawak10 h, 52 m ago

please do not buy this tv. why? because mine has been written off after 7 …please do not buy this tv. why? because mine has been written off after 7 days due to terrible clouding, light bleed and awful picture. the blacks are certainly lacking on this set being an entry level model. i have nothing against panasonic as ive always been a plasma fanboy having had a pioneer and top of the line panasonic plasmas. as much as this might seem a good deal in terms of price, size etc... you will be extremely dissapointed in the overall performance of this set. sound is good but picture is poor IMO. i have decided to sink another grand into a lg oled c7v which is night and day showing the same content but horses for courses as they say. beware!!! the lcd and led and oled technology are still plagued by many issues its just your luck if you get a good apple or a bad one.on a side note...i was surprised on how deep this set is....my 6 year old plasma is thinner than this

You went from plasma to l.e.d 🤔

You didn't do your homework as anything but oled would of been a total waste of your money
This tv is good but the brightness is lacking. I believe motion resolution etc is meant to be good. The Sony equivalents are better at HDR and were similarly priced last I looked. They had better local dimming too.
How does this compare to the Samsung UE65KS9000?
ashmac2 h, 44 m ago

You went from plasma to l.e.d 🤔You didn't do your homework as anything …You went from plasma to l.e.d 🤔You didn't do your homework as anything but oled would of been a total waste of your money


sorry i wasnt specific in my original post it was just easier to say my TV when really it was my parents and no they didnt do any research as i was on holiday at the time. you can imagine what i said when i came back and seen that monstrosity!!!!
Seems like all TVs claim they have HDR nowadays

So from reading posts in order to have proper HDR you need a 10 bit panel and 1000 + nits brightness?
Now £1399 on website
Just buy a SamsDung!
I want a 4k plasma
I'm another plasma fan, I had my Panny GT20 50" for about 8yrs as my main TV (& it's still going strong in the bedroom now) but I wanted a bigger set & have not been disappointed with my Hisense 65M7000, it's a great set....& I do rate it as giving a better picture than my Panny (which did surprise me given it's an edge-lit LCD/LED TV), but there you go, that's my 2 pennies.
Gixxerman0011st Sep

I'm another plasma fan, I had my Panny GT20 50" for about 8yrs as my main …I'm another plasma fan, I had my Panny GT20 50" for about 8yrs as my main TV (& it's still going strong in the bedroom now) but I wanted a bigger set & have not been disappointed with my Hisense 65M7000, it's a great set....& I do rate it as giving a better picture than my Panny (which did surprise me given it's an edge-lit LCD/LED TV), but there you go, that's my 2 pennies.



Switching this week from an 8 year old LG Plasma to a Panny 58DX750... nervous about the TV arriving to be honest !
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