Panasonic TX50EX750B 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £729 (with code) @ Co-Operative Electrical
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Panasonic TX50EX750B 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £729 (with code) @ Co-Operative Electrical

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Found 18th Mar
Cheapest price I can see at the moment, albeit with a standard warranty so depends how important this is to you.

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Where do you run all the wires?
Bonus points for using a screenshot of Rachel Nichols in Pandemic






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Edited by: "cb-uk" 18th Mar
Mabbs9 m ago

Where do you run all the wires?


I think the stand is height adjustable so probably not an issue if it's on a lower setting, but on the higher settings I'm not sure. Maybe tie them to the back of the adjustable column?

This is the back:

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And the front when it's extended height-wise:

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Not sure if that will be wide enough to hide any wires though?
The central pole in the stand has a removable back where the wires hide
Is this better picture on freeview hd channels than Samsung MU7000
Edited by: "LOUGHBORO.GUY" 18th Mar
LOUGHBORO.GUY17 m ago

Is this better picture on freeview hd channels than Samsung MU7000


I don't have either but yes I would think it would be better. If you look at the avforum reviews (both on different sizes but the same models) there is quite a lot of difference in favour of the panasonic:

avforums.com/rev…241
avforums.com/rev…925
Anyone know about BT sport on these.. a relative just purchased a 49" 4K Panasonic in January. Its got BBC, YouTube, Netflix and Amazon apps and even WWE network.. however no BT Sport..
It's running the latest update.
Edited by: "Dawsy" 18th Mar
Remember that the 55MU7000 is a 10 bit panel while the 49 inch version is only 8 bit...
doctorblue18th Mar

Remember that the 55MU7000 is a 10 bit panel while the 49 inch version is …Remember that the 55MU7000 is a 10 bit panel while the 49 inch version is only 8 bit...


Can you send me some info on this please? Some sites have previously shown the Samsung as being 8bit + FRC rather than 10bit.

It ticks so many boxes that I'm willing to dig a bit deeper so any assistance appreciated
Edited by: "SomebodE" 20th Mar
The 49 inch is 8bit but 55 inch upwards is 10 bit
ca8msm18th Mar

I think the stand is height adjustable so probably not an issue if it's on …I think the stand is height adjustable so probably not an issue if it's on a lower setting, but on the higher settings I'm not sure. Maybe tie them to the back of the adjustable column? This is the back:[Image] And the front when it's extended height-wise:[Image] Not sure if that will be wide enough to hide any wires though?


It's height adjustable up to and including the 58" model. The 65" is only tilt
doctorblue18th Mar

Remember that the 55MU7000 is a 10 bit panel while the 49 inch version is …Remember that the 55MU7000 is a 10 bit panel while the 49 inch version is only 8 bit...


The tx-58ex750b is a 10bit panel.

I paid £989 for the 58" model but value the 6 year warranty from Richer Sounds.
Edited by: "SimyJo" 20th Mar
SomebodE4 h, 18 m ago

Can you send me some info on this please? Some sites have previously shown …Can you send me some info on this please? Some sites have previously shown the Samsung as being 8bit + FRC rather than 10bit. It ticks so many boxes that I'm willing to dig a bit deeper so any assistance appreciated


Specs:

panasonic.com/uk/…tml
Edited by: "SimyJo" 20th Mar
I had read the consumer reviews, and almost all said this was a top end genuine high quality tv, with a true 10 bit panel and about to get the 10+ firmware update, but the comments on the thread the other day for the refurb at £499 were mostly scathing, from terrible viewing angles to shocking 3d playback - anyone got any real world experience?
Ive had my eye on this since christmas, expecting a big price drop that hasnt happened yet, and the viewing angle in Richer Sounds seems actually, pretty good (to me, coming from a 5 year old LG 47"), but those comments re viewing angle...there seem to be too many for comfort....
MrCynical11 m ago

I had read the consumer reviews, and almost all said this was a top end …I had read the consumer reviews, and almost all said this was a top end genuine high quality tv, with a true 10 bit panel and about to get the 10+ firmware update, but the comments on the thread the other day for the refurb at £499 were mostly scathing, from terrible viewing angles to shocking 3d playback - anyone got any real world experience?Ive had my eye on this since christmas, expecting a big price drop that hasnt happened yet, and the viewing angle in Richer Sounds seems actually, pretty good (to me, coming from a 5 year old LG 47"), but those comments re viewing angle...there seem to be too many for comfort....


I only trust AVForums.com reviews, and it got a great review there
Seems a good option for the price but lack of Dolby Vision is annoying
Edited by: "AK.Gunners" 20th Mar
LOUGHBORO.GUY18th Mar

Is this better picture on freeview hd channels than Samsung MU7000


You only want it to look at T*ts mate, so it will be fine for you.

MrCynical10 h, 16 m ago

I had read the consumer reviews, and almost all said this was a top end …I had read the consumer reviews, and almost all said this was a top end genuine high quality tv, with a true 10 bit panel and about to get the 10+ firmware update, but the comments on the thread the other day for the refurb at £499 were mostly scathing, from terrible viewing angles to shocking 3d playback - anyone got any real world experience?Ive had my eye on this since christmas, expecting a big price drop that hasnt happened yet, and the viewing angle in Richer Sounds seems actually, pretty good (to me, coming from a 5 year old LG 47"), but those comments re viewing angle...there seem to be too many for comfort....


Had it for a few days now. Brilliant TV. Take your time to read through the owner’s page on AVForums. There’s a guy on there who’s taken the time to painstakingly calibrate it in-depth. Looks about as close to an OLED as an LCD screen can. I had a couple of TVs before this but returned them. This one isn’t going anywhere. Can’t speak highly enough of it.
Talking to a sales guy in John Lewis today, this has a true 10 bit panel and the same processor as their OLED TV and 100 HZ, however they also have the EX700 58 incher going for £599 oh dear..
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