Panasonic TX58DX802B Black - 58Inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Smart, LED, Active 3D - £999 after Code "CTV100"  @ co-op electrical
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Panasonic TX58DX802B Black - 58Inch 4K Ultra HD TV, Smart, LED, Active 3D - £999 after Code "CTV100" @ co-op electrical

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Found 20th Jun 2017
Thought this seemed a pretty good deal and would be even better with a RS price match I think. Looking forward to reading your feedback. Enjoy.

Per subject, use code CTV100 at checkout and make sure you go through TCB to get your 3%.

Product Description

4K Ultra HD TV's deliver up to 4 times the Picture Resolution of a normal HD TV, to give stunning results when using a 4K source.

With their 3840x2160 resolutions, 4K Ultra HD TV's make pictures look so detailed and pristine that it makes you feel like you're looking at the real world rather than watching TV! Especially when features like the powerful Quad Core Pro Engine are on hand to tease out every last tiny detail 4K has to offer.

As Ultra HD screens use more pixels, they can deliver far more picture detail when fed a native 4K video signal. This can come from broadcasters, Ultra HD Blu-ray or 4K footage shot on a 4k camera or camcorder. With 4K, fine details look crisper while textures are more delicately defined.

Of course, Ultra HD (UHD) actually refers to a wider range of image enhancements, all of which conspire to give us a dramatically improved picture quality. Ultra HD is not just more pixels, it's about better quality pixels.

If 4K is all about picture resolution, then HDR (High Dynamic Range) is about colour, contrast and brightness. With a 4K HDR, television pictures can offer a greater breadth of colours, with improved luminosity and more subtle gradations between deepest black and peak white. Together with 4K, HDR TV brings the digital cinema experience into the home for the first time. Panasonic offers a wide range of 4K HDR TVs; all are compatible with HDR content sources.

Panasonic 4K TVs support the industry standard for HDR known as HDR10. This makes them compatible with all HDR content sources, from 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, to streaming services and subscription TV.
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Best price for this screen that I could see, suggest anyone considering reads the avforums review

Before anyone asks, it's not a 10-bit panel.
Edited by: "DeepSeaDozzer" 20th Jun 2017
799 on the official panasonic shop on ebay for a refurb if you dont mind that
Remember when a decent plasma was the price that a good OLED is now?
The question therefore is, how long before OLEDs come down to LED prices that exist now?
2016 LG OLED 55in were down to about £2.5k as I recall so I think my next step would be an OLED rather than LED even if it was last year's model which should be well discounted - if they can be found!
I was looking at the panny TX58750...anyone know the difference between that and this? (Not interested in 3d)
If you want 3D, forget the active shutter mess and go for the LG OLED C6 @ £1400.
Masteryates

If you want 3D, forget the active shutter mess and go for the LG OLED C6 … If you want 3D, forget the active shutter mess and go for the LG OLED C6 @ £1400.



​Please give link to this, as I'm looking for this one.
RS don't price match with CO-OP because of the warranty being different. Just come out of there, and that's what I was told today.
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