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Panasonic TX50GX700B 50" Ultra HD 4K LED Television @ Crampton and Moore eBay £399
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Panasonic TX50GX700B 50" Ultra HD 4K LED Television @ Crampton and Moore eBay £399

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Panasonic TX50GX700B 50" Ultra HD 4K LED Television

HDR10+ Support
Support for popular HDR formats

Our new TVs support playback of next-generation "Dynamic Metadata" HDR. HDR10+ is supported by some 4K Blu-ray discs & a popular streaming service. Of course, they also support conventional HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) too, so you can enjoy an HDR picture from a variety of sources.

Adaptive Backlight Dimming
Delivers Deep Blacks in Dark Scenes and Plenty of Punch in Bright Scenes

Our TVs with Adaptive Backlight Dimming constantly analyse incoming pictures so that they can continually adjust their light output to deliver the optimum picture quality.

USB HDD Recording
A convenient way to record broadcast television

TV programmes can be recorded onto an external USB hard disk drive simply by pressing the REC button on the remote control.
* This feature requires a USB hard drive with a capacity of at least 160GB. Selected programmes may be copy protected.
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Ono 1 year warranty, I wouldn’t risk with Panasonic in this range of price
Edited by: "flash2k" 9th Jan
I think with any TV you legally get 2 years as it should be reasonably expected to last that long.

And this one is not a Vestel.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 9th Jan
Cremoso9909/01/2020 15:43

I think with any TV you legally get 2 years as it should be reasonably …I think with any TV you legally get 2 years as it should be reasonably expected to last that long.And this one is not a Vestel.


Nope 1 year just asked seller
If you buy a TV from a big brand and it doesn't develop a fault within 1 year, I think you are very unlikely to need a warranty after that.

I have never concerned myself with a warranty of longer than a year. Just bought one in fact and it only comes with 12 months.
spinach_pie10/01/2020 07:13

If you buy a TV from a big brand and it doesn't develop a fault within 1 …If you buy a TV from a big brand and it doesn't develop a fault within 1 year, I think you are very unlikely to need a warranty after that. I have never concerned myself with a warranty of longer than a year. Just bought one in fact and it only comes with 12 months.


I think they usually break in the first year or after 4 or 5, that's why those Curry 3 year extended warranties were never a good buy.
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