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Panasonic TX-65GZ950B 65" OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV 5 Year Warranty - £1659.99 @ Electrical Experience
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Panasonic TX-65GZ950B 65" OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV 5 Year Warranty - £1659.99 @ Electrical Experience

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Combining OLED technology with Hollywood talent, the Panasonic TX65GZ950B is a true class-leader.

OLED for maximum contrast
Using individual Organic Light-Emitting Diodes, OLED screens don’t require a backlight like conventional LED TVs do. This means you get more consistent and accurate colour, right across the screen. It also delivers blacks so deep that the contrast is near limitless. For the truest colour possible, OLED is the brightest and best.

OLED enhanced by Panasonic’s HCX Pro Intelligent Sensor
Using the Pro version of Panasonic’s HCX (Hollywood Cinema eXperience) chip, the TX-65GZ950B packs powerful processing for an even better picture. Tuned by leading Hollywood colourist, Stefan Sonnenfeld, this Panasonic 65 inch TV delivers total picture accuracy and remains true to the director’s vision.

Maximises HDR – including HDR10+
For the highest quality picture, HDR10+ offers scene-by-scene HDR mastering for the truest, most accurate HDR picture technology to date. With HDR10+ each scene is optimised, meaning the maximum amount of detail is shown – even in the brightest or darkest moments. The TX65GZ950B also supports standard HDR10 and HLG formats. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Dolby Vision for dramatic imaging
As well as supporting HDR10+, the TX65GZ950B is also compatible with Dolby Vision - a leading format in Hollywood and cinemas around the world. Dolby Vision also adjusts the picture to take full advantage of each display's characteristics and presents an optimized picture for each scene in specially mastered content.

Voice Assistant – Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa compatible*
Voice Assistant means you simply have to speak to bring up content and search results. Now featuring Google Home and Amazon Alexa Voice Assistant is more powerful than ever. Google Home integrates with services such as Google Photos and Google Maps to make your TV an even greater source of entertainment. *Requires compatible Alexa or Google speaker.

Fully smart
When it comes to smart TV flexibility, the TX65GZ950B has all the features you need. A full web browser complements a wide range of web apps. DLNA certified streaming makes it easy to transfer music and video files from your home computer, laptop or NAS drive to the TV. Also standard is Swipe and Share functionality. Swipe and share lets you use the Panasonic Remote TV app for smartphone media sharing. By using the app on your smartphone or tablet you can easily stream pictures, 4K videos and music straight to the TV - no cables required.

Bluetooth Audio Link
Featuring a two-way Bluetooth Audio link, the TX65GZ950B makes the most of this wireless connectivity. Use the Bluetooth output to link up with your headphones or Bluetooth speaker. Alternatively, send Bluetooth sound from your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth enabled device to the TV and listen through the TV’s speakers.

Twin tuners for flexible viewing
With twin tuners on board you can record onto a USB-linked device while watching a different channel, simultaneously.

Freeview Play for easy access to catch-up TV
This Panasonic also features Freeview Play. This combines catch-up TV, on-demand services and live television to make it easy to watch what you want, when you want. It's free from subscription and compatible with existing broadband services, while BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4 and Demand 5 are available without having to open specific apps, giving effortless scroll-back TV (requires broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed of 2Mbps
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Kingsworth12/05/2020 12:46

Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only …Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only reason you'd get one of these is if you're purposefully trying to be different.



Jesus the stupid information here...

Panasonic OLED's are better than LG - google it.
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Price match with RS or JL?
Great TV 🔥
What are these like compared to say LG OLED, I get the panels will be just as good, its down to the processing and and OS..

I have a 55" LG B8 which i love, but I do wish id gone for 65", and LG's OS is a breeze to use, also do these have HDMI 2.1?

To be honest though, I think my next upgrade will be MicroLED as I am very happy with my TV just wish it was bigger, but thats my typical male complex
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 12th May
MrSprkle12/05/2020 12:08

What are these like compared to say LG OLED, I get the panels will be just …What are these like compared to say LG OLED, I get the panels will be just as good, its down to the processing and and OS.. I have a 55" LG B8 which i love, but I do wish id gone for 65", and LG's OS is a breeze to use, also do these have HDMI 2.1?To be honest though, I think my next upgrade will be MicroLED as I am very happy with my TV just wish it was bigger, but thats my typical male complex


Wouldn't be too worried about the processing MrSprkle. If you don't like it, just turn it all off and the PQ will still be outstanding. Agreed about the interface on the LG's though. It's not going to be better than WebOS on this Panasonic.
Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only reason you'd get one of these is if you're purposefully trying to be different.
Edited by: "Kingsworth" 12th May
Kingsworth12/05/2020 12:46

Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only …Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only reason you'd get one of these is if you're purposefully trying to be different.


Really appreciate your honesty Kingsworth. No way I'm buying anything other than a LG oled as i want to be ahead in the market, not miles behind.
Kingsworth12/05/2020 12:46

Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only …Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only reason you'd get one of these is if you're purposefully trying to be different.



Jesus the stupid information here...

Panasonic OLED's are better than LG - google it.
wilburscoville919112/05/2020 12:56

Really appreciate your honesty Kingsworth. No way I'm buying anything …Really appreciate your honesty Kingsworth. No way I'm buying anything other than a LG oled as i want to be ahead in the market, not miles behind.



Don't buy Lucky Goldstar if you want to be ahead. Google it...
Bought this last week from RS price matching to that website when it was £1,770. Phoned RS and they've now refunded the difference to this new lower price as I was just inside the 7 day period. Big thanks to the poster - made a fantastic deal even better! Almost 20% of the RS price.

As for this or LG, I can only go from what I've read (some reviews and user opinions) but I get the impression for straight up picture quality for films this TV is slightly better than the C9. Partly due to better motion handling and a more natural look. This TV doesn't have HDMI 2.1 though and LG OS meant to be considerably better, as well as less lag for gaming, all things I don't really care about so went for the Panny.
Edited by: "Mr.Shoogles" 12th May
They have the best picture quality but still lacking in proper hdmi 2.1 support so bad if you are after the next gen console's releasing this year
ao wont price match - as they say the stock could be from the EU
fawcett12/05/2020 13:57

ao wont price match - as they say the stock could be from the EU


I’ve asked TPS to price match as they offer a seven-year warranty. Just awaiting reply. Interested to see the outcome after your experience with AO.
geoff312/05/2020 15:24

I’ve asked TPS to price match as they offer a seven-year warranty. Just a …I’ve asked TPS to price match as they offer a seven-year warranty. Just awaiting reply. Interested to see the outcome after your experience with AO.


Whos tps?
Just had an update from richersounds

They will pricematch it and knock off another £20 for finding it cheaper (that if you email them with the url for the pricematch)

So total of £1625 including delivery and 6 year warranty
Edited by: "fawcett" 12th May
John lewis have also emailed me to confirm they will also price match (so if you want it from john lewis, Submit a price match)

“Hello,

Thank you for your email concerning a price match enquiry.

I’ve checked with Electrical Experience, and have found that the Panasonic TX-65GZ950B (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (product code: 82461104) is priced at £1,645.00, so I’m happy to match this price.

You can place your order using one of the following options:
Online anytime here
Call our Customer Services Team on 03456 049 049
The price match is valid for one order placed with johnlewis.com within 28 days, for a maximum of 10 items.

When you place the order, you’ll be charged the full price. Once you’ve received the smart TV, and you’re sure that you want to keep it, please reply to this email to let us know, quoting your order number and this reference number: CASE-REMOVED. We can then process a refund for the price difference.”
Edited by: "fawcett" 12th May
Kingsworth12/05/2020 12:46

Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only …Honestly, just get an LG instead.. miles ahead in the OLED market. Only reason you'd get one of these is if you're purposefully trying to be different.


Wrong the panasonic is the better choice unless you absolutely need HDMI 2.1
tandeh12/05/2020 13:48

They have the best picture quality but still lacking in proper hdmi 2.1 …They have the best picture quality but still lacking in proper hdmi 2.1 support so bad if you are after the next gen console's releasing this year


So far it doesn’t look like hdmi 2.1 will get used much. Nothing announced for it so far aside from that 2d indie game...

I prefer not having to worry about fiddling and having the tv ‘calibrated ready’ out of the box.
Edited by: "MRP" 13th May
Nice thank you. I was waiting dir a 65" to get near my price bracket.
Thanks so much for posting this deal. I’d been looking over details and prices for days and then I noticed Richer Sounds are offering £400 off the Panasonic SCHTB900 sound bar when bought with any 4K TV at the moment. I phoned yesterday and asked if they would honour the sound bar discount alongside this Price Match. I was told by telesales they would need to check with their supervisor and received a call back within the hour to say they would, so I went for it and got both for £1,824
Snorepus17/05/2020 08:16

Thanks so much for posting this deal. I’d been looking over details and p …Thanks so much for posting this deal. I’d been looking over details and prices for days and then I noticed Richer Sounds are offering £400 off the Panasonic SCHTB900 sound bar when bought with any 4K TV at the moment. I phoned yesterday and asked if they would honour the sound bar discount alongside this Price Match. I was told by telesales they would need to check with their supervisor and received a call back within the hour to say they would, so I went for it and got both for £1,824


Mate this deal has caused me 10 days of agonising mental torture dealing with curry's customer support. On three occasions they matched the price and then either their website errored or I was cut off on the phone mid order.
So each call was an hour and a half long and it was usually two to three calls a day until today where the phone was answered by a person who worked in the sales team and wasn't a member off staff forced to cover the phones.

This time I started the call with confirming stock level and then raising the price match. I was near completion on the order and the phone cut off again but the operator proved to be an angelic figure and finalised the order.
I just got the confirmation email from currys while I was on hold for another 30 minutes trying to get in touch with sales.

Curry's are not happy about this price match that's for sure but after 10 days of extreme tenacity from my part I was the successor.
I didn't not take the team knowhow cover as I won't be buying from currys ever again. If the TV has accidental damage I'll claim through my home insurance and purchase from electrical experience or richer sounds.

Only reason I had to use curries was because I had a team "don't" knowhow voucher for 1300 quid to use up.

Can't thank you enough for posting this deal OP
ammodevgun22/05/2020 17:54

Mate this deal has caused me 10 days of agonising mental torture dealing …Mate this deal has caused me 10 days of agonising mental torture dealing with curry's customer support. On three occasions they matched the price and then either their website errored or I was cut off on the phone mid order. So each call was an hour and a half long and it was usually two to three calls a day until today where the phone was answered by a person who worked in the sales team and wasn't a member off staff forced to cover the phones. This time I started the call with confirming stock level and then raising the price match. I was near completion on the order and the phone cut off again but the operator proved to be an angelic figure and finalised the order. I just got the confirmation email from currys while I was on hold for another 30 minutes trying to get in touch with sales. Curry's are not happy about this price match that's for sure but after 10 days of extreme tenacity from my part I was the successor. I didn't not take the team knowhow cover as I won't be buying from currys ever again. If the TV has accidental damage I'll claim through my home insurance and purchase from electrical experience or richer sounds. Only reason I had to use curries was because I had a team "don't" knowhow voucher for 1300 quid to use up. Can't thank you enough for posting this deal OP


Glad 2 be of help
EE's price has increased slightly to £1,659.99. John Lewis are still matching this and their £100 e-voucher promotion is available in addition to the price match until 9th June. JL also have £400 off SC-HTB900 discount offer.
Edited by: "IT.Troll" 4th Jun
IT.Troll04/06/2020 11:43

EE's price has increased slightly to £1,659.99. John Lewis are still …EE's price has increased slightly to £1,659.99. John Lewis are still matching this and their £100 e-voucher promotion is available in addition to the price match until 9th June. JL also have £400 off SC-HTB900 discount offer.


JimDiGriz12/05/2020 13:15

Jesus the stupid information here...Panasonic OLED's are better than LG - …Jesus the stupid information here...Panasonic OLED's are better than LG - google it.


Blind testing actually rated the C9 higher than this. I personally question the final verdict but it really depends what you want from the TV. It cannot be said that a Panasolic is categorically better.
mikebo104/06/2020 15:59

Blind testing actually rated the C9 higher than this. I personally …Blind testing actually rated the C9 higher than this. I personally question the final verdict but it really depends what you want from the TV. It cannot be said that a Panasolic is categorically better.


Really? Take a look at some AV forums. Anyone in the know is going for the Panasonic as it has a better picture - and that is the most important thing. The LG may have a better OS/Apps system but a lot of people (including me) couldnt care less about that. The Panasonic is better. And if you want to go a bit better again check out the GZ-2000 but that is considerably pricier. HZ models coming soon too.
JimDiGriz04/06/2020 17:36

Really? Take a look at some AV forums. Anyone in the know is going for the …Really? Take a look at some AV forums. Anyone in the know is going for the Panasonic as it has a better picture - and that is the most important thing. The LG may have a better OS/Apps system but a lot of people (including me) couldnt care less about that. The Panasonic is better. And if you want to go a bit better again check out the GZ-2000 but that is considerably pricier. HZ models coming soon too.


forbes.com/sit…ns/

You think your opinion is superior to others, it is not. I would personally choose the Panasonic but that doesnt mean its best for everyone.
mikebo104/06/2020 17:39

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnarcher/2019/08/19/major-2019-tv-shootout-results-lg-oled-edges-rivals-in-clash-of-the-tv-titans/You think your opinion is superior to others, it is not. I would personally choose the Panasonic but that doesnt mean its best for everyone.


I didnt say anything about being superior to others - you just said that. Yeah I would choose the Panasonic too - that makes two of us! Hey hey!

The LG may be better for heavy gamers but for heavy tv/film users, the Panasonic is the winner. And I wouldn't touch Lucky Goldstar with a bargepole. Or Samsung come to that.
JimDiGriz04/06/2020 17:44

I didnt say anything about being superior to others - you just said that. …I didnt say anything about being superior to others - you just said that. Yeah I would choose the Panasonic too - that makes two of us! Hey hey! The LG may be better for heavy gamers but for heavy tv/film users, the Panasonic is the winner. And I wouldn't touch Lucky Goldstar with a bargepole. Or Samsung come to that.



Yes i know i said that, it was my observation based on your comments.
mikebo104/06/2020 17:55

Yes i know i said that, it was my observation based on your comments.


Well my observation is that you prefer Panasonic as well so what's the argument again?!
mikebo104/06/2020 15:59

Blind testing actually rated the C9 higher than this. I personally …Blind testing actually rated the C9 higher than this. I personally question the final verdict but it really depends what you want from the TV. It cannot be said that a Panasolic is categorically better.


That’s an interesting article. It looks like the high gaming score on the LG skewed the overall result somewhat. Also worth noting that all sets were double calibrated. The Panasonic is generally regarded to have a more accurate picture out of the box if you don’t want the added expense of pro calibration.
The OLED panels are all made by LG aren't they? No wonder people are finding it difficult to split them. Any differences will largely be due to processing.

The thing is, I don't think anyone watching a film on any of the sets debated are going to be saying I wish that black was 0.01% blacker or notice the difference between 700 nits and 770 nits of brightness. You're just going to enjoy the film. The differences are not so massive that it should be a heated debate over - first world problems. I use the same argument with speakers. At a certain quality level, any improvement over that level is pretty much ignored when you're being entertained by the media. The difference is still perceived, it's just that you don't care whilst using it.

I bought an E9. Why? I liked the look of it. Yeah, it was better than the B9 (by quite a lot actually) but I'm not sure I'd really notice the actual differences during Moana or Barry Lyndon. However, it sits there looking pretty when it's off and that I do notice.
Whilst the panels are indeed the same, image processing and factory calibration can make huge difference. Motion handling is often where the biggest differences can be seen between the makes and models
geoff3 wrote:
I’ve asked TPS to price match as they offer a seven-year warranty. Just awaiting reply. Interested to see the outcome after your experience with AO.

Any luck with tps Geoff? Did they match the price?
Back up to £1,949 now.

Next best deal is this one:
hotukdeals.com/dea…494
Edited by: "IT.Troll" 9th Jun
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