Panasonic TX50EX700B 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £474 (with code) @Co-op electrical with code
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Panasonic TX50EX700B 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £474 (with code) @Co-op electrical with code

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Found 4th Mar
Code CFA15 --> £15 off

Product DescriptionVivid 4K HDR images meet Elegance & Flexibility. The EX700 series can deliver amazing 4K HDR pictures from streaming services and Ultra HD Blu-ray*. A slim design, with metal frame & stand complements the great picture. Thanks to Switch Design you can adjust the stand to work with your furniture or AV accessories.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.

Wide Colour Spectrum. For Colour Accuracy Over a Wide Range By using a special Wide Colour Phosphor technology we produce a broader colour range than some. It covers more than 90% of DCI standards. Wide Colour Spectrum TVs give a more subtle, natural toned colour palette which, unlike many LCD TVs, looks authentic in a variety of 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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watto129 m ago

HDR 8+2 you mean?


8+2=10

Quick maffs
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Is this a vestel rebadge??
tempt1 m ago

Is this a vestel rebadge??


Nope
tempt20 m ago

Is this a vestel rebadge??


Wow this time you are actually asking instead of being made a fool of again. Well done you .
Edited by: "powerbrick" 4th Mar
tempt18 h, 37 m ago

Is this a vestel rebadge??


Not even one comment in. No it isn't.



Edit: The following statement is

HDR 10 for those who wondering.
Heat added.
Edited by: "jimbobwalton" 5th Mar
jimbobwalton56 m ago

Not even one comment in. No it isn't.HDR 10 for those who … Not even one comment in. No it isn't.HDR 10 for those who wondering.Heat added.


HDR 8+2 you mean?
I went through John Lewis who price matched Hughes Electrical as had a discount voucher with Hughes £30 off (EXTRA30)
I gotTV for £469 with a 5 year guarantee
Edited by: "nikkialec" 4th Mar
Pay £25 extra at either John Lewis or Richer Sounds for a decent 5 or 6 yr warranty.
Edited by: "IDONTBELIEVEITYETAGAIN" 4th Mar
watto129 m ago

HDR 8+2 you mean?


8+2=10

Quick maffs
Every day man's on the block, smoke trees.
jimbobwalton3 h, 8 m ago

HDR 10 for those who wondering.


For those wondering... you're being duped.
HDR10 compatibility is a worthless box ticking exercise, manufacturers use it to shift low-spec budget screens.
I was one of the lucky few that got john lewis to price match currys for £439. I would say for the price its a very good tv but be prepared fiddle in the settings. Out of the box it didnt look great or smooth to me.
For hdr gaming on ps4 i found a digital foundry video on youtube and it made a big difference, but you have to set up each hdmi individually so them settings dont work for sd tv viewing.
Also i find the audio quite tinny so be prepared to need a soundbar too if its in a large room.
Regardless of them 2 things its a cracking compromise and in my opinion if you can't afford an oled it is well worth the above price.
Edited by: "probotron" 5th Mar
Tallyho14 h, 1 m ago

Pay £25 extra at either John Lewis or Richer Sounds for a decent 5 or 6 …Pay £25 extra at either John Lewis or Richer Sounds for a decent 5 or 6 yr warranty.


YOu sure you will need for panasonic, i have argos next door, so spent £499. Easy and peasy. No delivert just took home. Can use it straight away
watto117 h, 16 m ago

HDR 8+2 you mean?


You're right. EX750 is 10
DaZkO6 h, 40 m ago

YOu sure you will need for panasonic, i have argos next door, so spent …YOu sure you will need for panasonic, i have argos next door, so spent £499. Easy and peasy. No delivert just took home. Can use it straight away


Spend the same & get the JL man to deliver without going out the house.

Good luck with Argos if a fault develops 2/3/4/5/6 yrs down the line
Tallyho7 m ago

Spend the same & get the JL man to deliver without going out the …Spend the same & get the JL man to deliver without going out the house.Good luck with Argos if a fault develops 2/3/4/5/6 yrs down the line


BArclays insurance i have. Fingers crossed
The 750 is over £300 more for the same size, is it really that much better?
Edited by: "Jevarell" 7th Mar
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