Panasonic TX49EX600B 49" 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart LED TV £549 with code @ Co-op Electrical
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Panasonic TX49EX600B 49" 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart LED TV £549 with code @ Co-op Electrical

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Found 15th Sep 2017
Looks like a very good price for this set - use code CBT30 at checkout / basket

Freeview HD / HDMIx3 / USBx2 / Ethernet / 4K HDR Ultra HD LED TV

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Upgrade to Brilliant 4K HDR Images and Design of Choice. The EX600 series delivers vibrant 4K HDR images and a smart TV experience, while the flexible "Switch Design" allows to suit any environment. 4K HDR. True to Life Colour thanks to Enhanced Picture Processing. Our 4K HDR technology uses our professional picture quality know-how for delivering beautiful, lifelike images accurate to the director?s intention.Advanced Colour Processing For Outstanding Picture Quality. Advanced Colour Processing uses our picture quality know-how to deliver faithful onscreen images. Specifically it delivers accurate colours and works to produce deeper blacks which retain detail even in dark scenes.

4K Pure Direct For Smoother, Crisper Motion and Colour Accuracy. During 4K signal transmission to the TV via HDMI, the colour information can be slightly compromised, resulting in less-than-ideal colour shading and gradation. With 4K Pure Direct, all colour information and full resolution is transmitted to the TV, so that the picture retains its crisp, rich colours as intended in 4K Ultra HD.

Multi HDR Support. Be ready for High Dynamic Range Movies & TV. Our 4K TVs support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10 found on UHD Blu-ray discs and, with the 2017 models, now Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), the HDR format developed by the BBC and Japan's NHK.

Switch Design Adjustable Stand - designed to suit any environment Wide or narrow, subtle or bold with two distinct styles in one adjustable stand design you can change the look of your TV as often as you decorate. Also a great way to make space for AV accessories, like soundbars, under your new TV.

Video On Demand is Already in 4K. Compatible with 4K Ultra HD Netflix*, Amazon Video* & YouTube Because 4K internet video streaming is now supported by YouTube, NETFLIX and Amazon Video a wide variety of high-quality content is easily at fingertips. The UHD video signals are processed by our own 4K High-Precision Chroma Processor to achieve crisp, beautiful images. *Subscription required. Not all content is in 4K & HDR.

Go The Other Way with Freeview Play. Freeview Play combines catch-up, on-demand services and live television together in one place with no monthly costs. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and UKTV Play sitting alongside 70 TV channels and 15 HD channels. You definitely won?t be stuck for something to watch.
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Anybody recommend me a 4 slice toaster good for toasting at around the £20 mark?
Edited by: "beard7" 15th Sep 2017
Anyone recommend me a new recommendation good for recommending based on recommendations from recommended recommendeers for around the £1 mark?

Also who's Mark?
Edited by: "Quilldew" 15th Sep 2017
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This or hisense h50n6800???? Decisions? B
Anybody recommend me a 60"+ 4k tv good for gaming at around the 2k mark?
Anybody recommend me a 4 slice toaster good for toasting at around the £20 mark?
Edited by: "beard7" 15th Sep 2017
Anybody recommend me a new child good for nothing at around the £20 a day mark?
Anybody recommend me a private jet at around the £30,000,000 mark?
Edited by: "grillnun" 15th Sep 2017
Anyone recommend me a new recommendation good for recommending based on recommendations from recommended recommendeers for around the £1 mark?

Also who's Mark?
Edited by: "Quilldew" 15th Sep 2017
I'm quite interested in info about the TV and Hisense comparision
A great price for a great telly set.
does this have 10bit HDR or not?
zholesale13 m ago

does this have 10bit HDR or not?


yep but I don't think it's the Ultra HD Premium. Still, it looks like a great tv at that price.

"Our 4K TVs support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10 found on UHD Blu-ray discs and, with the 2017 models, now Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), the HDR format developed by the BBC and Japan's NHK."
Edited by: "noonecanhelp1" 15th Sep 2017
dr__mario3 h, 30 m ago

Anybody recommend me a 60"+ 4k tv good for gaming at around the 2k mark?

Can't beat Samsung KS range
Not good reviews.... s21.com/pan…00b.
Edited by: "Richieburner" 15th Sep 2017
Richieburner3 m ago

Not good reviews.... http://www.s21.com/panasonic-tx-49ex600b.

That link doesn't seem to be working, on mobile at least.
noonecanhelp120 m ago

yep but I don't think it's the Ultra HD Premium. Still, it looks like a …yep but I don't think it's the Ultra HD Premium. Still, it looks like a great tv at that price."Our 4K TVs support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10 found on UHD Blu-ray discs and, with the 2017 models, now Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), the HDR format developed by the BBC and Japan's NHK."


do you think its worth waiting till black friday or is this a good enough deal?

I just want a tv to play games on the ps4 pro and watch movies time to time
Panasonic has woeful customer service....refused to honour a 5 year guarantee on a £1000 tv i owned, which only got resolved with the help of trading standards and as a side issue their support for tv's ie updates etc is also lacking owned 2 £1000 tvs and both abandoned less than a year into ownership so this is one brand i always go negative on.
I was in the same Boat A couple of weeks ago On the 65 inch model
i would have gone for the hisense 6800 if richerSounds Had it in stock
manage to the 65 Panasonic next day and I must say it's quality
blacks are awesome gaming is excellent and 4K on you tube blows u away
still own I hisense 75M7900 in my main living room and that is just as Good Cannot really tell the difference between the 2 on gaming on 4K
still to try the HDR on the Panasonic
which ever you decide I don't think you will be disappointed
From experience hisense have great customer service
Not sure what Panasonic is like
Kojo_Segu6 h, 47 m ago

This or hisense h50n6800???? Decisions? B

Edited by: "Pokerkingbouch" 15th Sep 2017
Panasonic avoid. Bad experience
That's absurdly high
zholesale15 h, 21 m ago

do you think its worth waiting till black friday or is this a good enough …do you think its worth waiting till black friday or is this a good enough deal?I just want a tv to play games on the ps4 pro and watch movies time to time


oh yeah. I'd def wait! I'm in the same boat as you, looking to replace my 1080p Samsung TV
grillnun15th Sep

Anybody recommend me a private jet at around the £30,000,000 mark?


I like the G6 personally.
Bought, thanks!
This or the Samsung UEMU6400, my budget is around the £500 mark, but I can push to £550.

Yes I know the Samsung is 40" and this is a 49" :-p
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