Panasonic TX55FZ802B 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV (Refurbished) - £809.10 Delivered with code @ Richer Sounds
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Panasonic TX55FZ802B 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV (Refurbished) - £809.10 Delivered with code @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 3rd Oct
Remember, this is a clearance item and therefore condition and accessories/promo items supplied may vary.
The product is described as refurbished. This means an item has been repaired following a customer return.
ALL CLEARANCE ITEMS ARE FULLY GUARANTEED FOR 12 MONTHS and are in good working condition, but may have visible minor marks such as light surface scratching or signs of handling and cleaning. Please note that extended guarantees are not available on these products. All essential accessories are included, although alternative packaging may be used.


The ultimate screen technology – OLED

Welcome to the ultimate TV screen technology - OLED. Organic Light-Emitting Diode - OLED - TV offers perhaps the most advanced picture quality currently available. Unlike LED screens, OLED doesn't require backlighting, so the colour is consistent right across the screen, with greatly enhanced contrast levels.

Panasonic HCX Video Processing Engine

Featuring Dynamic LUT (Look-Up Table), this sophisticated new processor monitors the brightness of each scene to deliver the truest, most accurate colour. With this level of colour accuracy, pictures look truer to life and more realistic than ever before.

HDR10 and HLG

This Panasonic 55 inch TV is compatible with HDR (High Dynamic Range). HDR extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast. HDR10 and HLG formats are both covered. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

HDR10+

Taking HDR technology to new highs, 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.

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 (via firmware update), 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.

Bringing it all together

When it comes to smart TV flexibility, the TX55FZ802B 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.

Twin tuners and Freesat HD for flexible viewing

As well as Freeview HD, the TX55FZ802B also boasts Freesat HD. This is a great, subscription-free, alternative to other satellite TV providers and offers all main stations usually available via digital 'aerial' TV. 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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longbowassassin03/10/2019 22:14

rubbish.


In what way is this 'rubbish'? Even my partner who by her own admission thought "a telly is just a telly", admits that she was blown away by OLED and now even she notices how distinctly average most other panels are. Are you an OLED owner? Just curious
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Expensive for a refurb kebab.
tempt03/10/2019 21:52

Expensive for a refurb kebab.


What??

One hell of a Bargain! Knocks the socks off even the latest Oleds available today!
Edited by: "BrummyGeeza" 3rd Oct
This is a Fantastic tv, bought a new one around 3 months ago for £1100 the best decision I’ve made in years, when you have owned an OLED you will find it hard to go back to LCD
xp320003/10/2019 22:10

This is a Fantastic tv, bought a new one around 3 months ago for £1100 the …This is a Fantastic tv, bought a new one around 3 months ago for £1100 the best decision I’ve made in years, when you have owned an OLED you will find it hard to go back to LCD


rubbish.
Expensive refurb In my opinion
Bargain.(y)
longbowassassin03/10/2019 22:14

rubbish.


In what way is this 'rubbish'? Even my partner who by her own admission thought "a telly is just a telly", admits that she was blown away by OLED and now even she notices how distinctly average most other panels are. Are you an OLED owner? Just curious
xp320003/10/2019 22:10

This is a Fantastic tv, bought a new one around 3 months ago for £1100 the …This is a Fantastic tv, bought a new one around 3 months ago for £1100 the best decision I’ve made in years, when you have owned an OLED you will find it hard to go back to LCD


Have to agree. I think you mean LED. My parents have a full HD OLED by LG. Its like 3 or so years old and it's still stunning. The deep blacks are important to me. I don't want a 55 but next year hopefully smaller panels like 49 will be built. Can't wait.
Heat is this worthy for refurbished we dont know what condition do we get and only 1 year gurantee
Edited by: "IkkyPatel" 3rd Oct
BrummyGeeza03/10/2019 22:03

What??One hell of a Bargain! Knocks the socks off even the latest Oleds …What??One hell of a Bargain! Knocks the socks off even the latest Oleds available today!


Yeah right!!
CheekyMunkey03/10/2019 22:22

Have to agree. I think you mean LED. My parents have a full HD OLED by LG. …Have to agree. I think you mean LED. My parents have a full HD OLED by LG. Its like 3 or so years old and it's still stunning. The deep blacks are important to me. I don't want a 55 but next year hopefully smaller panels like 49 will be built. Can't wait.


No I mean LCD, LED is the backlights that light up the LCD panel 😁
tony21116603/10/2019 22:25

Yeah right!!


From a person with no deals posted since stalking this site from 2014 & only negative comments!
Edited by: "BrummyGeeza" 3rd Oct
BrummyGeeza03/10/2019 22:29

From a person with no deals posted & negative comments!


Dont be bitter lover!
Morons are out tonight
xp320003/10/2019 22:17

Can always tell when someone has never owned an OLED as they always reply …Can always tell when someone has never owned an OLED as they always reply with stupid comments



Only one stupid comment and thats yours. Btw we have a Panasonic 65 inch OLED, Now what...
D4NVT03/10/2019 22:20

In what way is this 'rubbish'? Even my partner who by her own admission …In what way is this 'rubbish'? Even my partner who by her own admission thought "a telly is just a telly", admits that she was blown away by OLED and now even she notices how distinctly average most other panels are. Are you an OLED owner? Just curious



Yes a Panasonic 65 inch OLED..
longbowassassin03/10/2019 23:05

Only one stupid comment and thats yours. Btw we have a Panasonic 65 inch …Only one stupid comment and thats yours. Btw we have a Panasonic 65 inch OLED, Now what...


So what did I say that you did not like? To be honest not sure what your problem is?
Good tv this, not sure I'd risk a refurb with 1yr warranty at this price though.
ahenners03/10/2019 23:19

Good tv this, not sure I'd risk a refurb with 1yr warranty at this price …Good tv this, not sure I'd risk a refurb with 1yr warranty at this price though.


Hopefully any issues would appear within a year, but it would be worth finding out what the return policy is like, you never truly know the condition until you see it in person or what it was previously used for I'd probably avoid ex-display models if burn-in isn't covered).
Have been looking at this TV and it's successor over the last few weeks, I have an IPS panel and the dark room performance is getting me down, but I'm worried about daytime usage.
D4NVT04/10/2019 07:38

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I would never buy again and I would never recommend one either.
If this was a 50" I'd have bitten their hand off for it! 55 is just too big for my awkwardly-shaped living room and I think the neighbours might complain if I knock though into theirs.
This is a stunning tv but not convinced it is a stunning price.

I purchased the 65" from Panasonic Outlet on Ebay for £999. I think they typically list the 55" for cheaper than £809.
I actually remember standing in a Currys. There were 3 tvs lined up in a row. All 55s. I intentionally didnt look at the brands/prices.

Now again, Im not expert when it comes to TV and Id imagine most people are not. When I picked them out in relation of best to worst it was LG, Toshiba and then the Samsung QLED. For pricing the Samsung and LG were near enough 1100 I think. The Toshiba was 799 lol. The Toshiba was the bog standard OLED that they do. For me it still beat the QLED.

Anyways...Just wanted to share my experience. Catch me again...Same time...Same Place...
38% off rrp for only 1 year warrenty , heat added , and order paced :-) , i have had several referbs from Richer sounds over the years and never had a problem.
xp320003/10/2019 22:10

This is a Fantastic tv, bought a new one around 3 months ago for £1100 the …This is a Fantastic tv, bought a new one around 3 months ago for £1100 the best decision I’ve made in years, when you have owned an OLED you will find it hard to go back to LCD


Second this. Can't watch my LED set in the bedroom anymore without wanting to be sick looking at such poor blacks and terrible contrast. Got my 55802B for £1070 from RS earlier this year. Love it.
has anyone ordered and received theirs? mine came with a Richer Sounds QC sticker, citing box damage only and that the item is perfect. My initial inspection inside seems to suggest this is indeed the case.

Anyone with any insight to how accurate those Richer Sounds QC labels are?
JoesHome06/10/2019 13:40

38% off rrp for only 1 year warrenty , heat added , and order paced :-) , …38% off rrp for only 1 year warrenty , heat added , and order paced :-) , i have had several referbs from Richer sounds over the years and never had a problem.



If I got this tv or any other refurb and there was a dead pixel where would I stand? have you ever had any issues with dead pixels.
I have the TV now and it's amazing. No dead pixel problems. Recommend
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