Panasonic TX58EX700B 58 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play £569 with code inc. 6 yr warranty @ Richer Sounds
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Panasonic TX58EX700B 58 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play £569 with code inc. 6 yr warranty @ Richer Sounds

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Found 18th Jun
Decent 58 inch Panasonic lower mid range edge lit LED LCD with HDR and excellent warranty.

£599 but £30 OFF using code at checkout.

Review of the euro version here:

flatpanelshd.com/rev…442
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To add that the calibrations settings are (albeit, may have to be slightly adjusted for your own environment):


True Cinema
Backlight 34
Contrast 90
Brightness 0
Sharpness 30
Color 50
Tint 0
Color temp Warm 2
Vivid color Off
Adaptive Backlight Control Off
Ambient sensor On/Off
Noise reduction Off
MPEG Remaster Off
Resolution Remaster Off
Dynamic Range Remaster Off
Intelligent Frame Control Off
Clear Motion On/Off
Advanced
Contrast Control Off
Color Gamut Normal
Screen Settings 16:9
Overscan Off
White Balance
R-Gain +2
G-Gain +1
B-Gain -1
R-Cutoff +6
G-Cutoff +2
B-Cutoff +3

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LOUGHBORO.GUY30 m ago

Is the Samsung MU 7000 55 inch a better picture than this on the freeview …Is the Samsung MU 7000 55 inch a better picture than this on the freeview hd channels or are they both about the same ? Thankyou for your help


I think sd content will look worse on any of the lower mid - mid range 4k TVs these days than a really good standalone 1080p panel.

Problem is everyone is making bigger and bigger "4k" TVs and manufactures have been hashing out which technology they think will win the war of best picture. LG have stuck with oled but the price is too high just now for most and samsung want to stick with qled.

Problem is oled is still in its infancy yet reached its technical limitations on brightness and with only LG making the panels it's going to be a slow journey to any major "next big thing" in display technology.

Samsung and TCLs qled is okay but every set we get seems to be missing Freeview play or a decent android OS in the UK leaving you with a mediocre experience compared to what it really should be.

There is not much in the £500 - £800 range of really good, all round TVs just now.

The best of them are probably the Samsung mu7000, Panasonic ex750b and the new hisense U7A. None of which would look as good as an LG A7 oled 1080p panel for sd and hd content. But you wont have any option fot 4k on the A7.

take what you will from the info above.
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Decent price. Wish I could have afforded the 58” model but alas, got the 50” at RicherSounds price matched to £399. £200 more at the time (33%!) was a bit ask for the bigger version!
Torn between this or a Hisense H55U7AUK?
Awesome TV
tomreece_2 h, 0 m ago

Torn between this or a Hisense H55U7AUK?


This would be better, hisense has very poor colour accuracy.
teerex1 h, 54 m ago

Awesome TV



It certainly is. Great retailer and price too with 6 years cover.
Works out under £2 per week/under £100 per year over the 6 years. Less than a weekly coffee shop hot beverage.
Edited by: "thetarget" 19th Jun
Is the Samsung MU 7000 55 inch a better picture than this on the freeview hd channels or are they both about the same ? Thankyou for your help
LOUGHBORO.GUY30 m ago

Is the Samsung MU 7000 55 inch a better picture than this on the freeview …Is the Samsung MU 7000 55 inch a better picture than this on the freeview hd channels or are they both about the same ? Thankyou for your help


I think sd content will look worse on any of the lower mid - mid range 4k TVs these days than a really good standalone 1080p panel.

Problem is everyone is making bigger and bigger "4k" TVs and manufactures have been hashing out which technology they think will win the war of best picture. LG have stuck with oled but the price is too high just now for most and samsung want to stick with qled.

Problem is oled is still in its infancy yet reached its technical limitations on brightness and with only LG making the panels it's going to be a slow journey to any major "next big thing" in display technology.

Samsung and TCLs qled is okay but every set we get seems to be missing Freeview play or a decent android OS in the UK leaving you with a mediocre experience compared to what it really should be.

There is not much in the £500 - £800 range of really good, all round TVs just now.

The best of them are probably the Samsung mu7000, Panasonic ex750b and the new hisense U7A. None of which would look as good as an LG A7 oled 1080p panel for sd and hd content. But you wont have any option fot 4k on the A7.

take what you will from the info above.
Great tv, super price, got mine yesterday morning from littlewoods, sold my old LG 47 inch 3D so it’s cost me £336 Just hope I don’t regret missing out on the 6 year warranty. Enjoyed watching the Footy on BBC UHD last night stunning picture
DanOBrien10 h, 33 m ago

Decent price. Wish I could have afforded the 58” model but alas, got the 5 …Decent price. Wish I could have afforded the 58” model but alas, got the 50” at RicherSounds price matched to £399. £200 more at the time (33%!) was a bit ask for the bigger version!


How long ago did you buy your TV and where from?
I have this tv as well, really happy with it, had a few Panasonic’s now
t3rminal1 h, 36 m ago

How long ago did you buy your TV and where from?


Saturday 16th July 2018, RicherSounds Botley, Oxford.
Wickes2 h, 32 m ago

Great tv, super price, got mine yesterday morning from littlewoods, sold …Great tv, super price, got mine yesterday morning from littlewoods, sold my old LG 47 inch 3D so it’s cost me £336 Just hope I don’t regret missing out on the 6 year warranty. Enjoyed watching the Footy on BBC UHD last night stunning picture


On my RicherSounds receipt it says that the 50 inch model of this TV already came with a 5 year Panasonic Warranty... might be worth looking into that for yours!
DanOBrien5 m ago

On my RicherSounds receipt it says that the 50 inch model of this TV …On my RicherSounds receipt it says that the 50 inch model of this TV already came with a 5 year Panasonic Warranty... might be worth looking into that for yours!



Littlewoods are not part of that offer, only a select number of retailers.
£549 here today with the 20% off ebay deal

ebay.co.uk/itm…rue
What's the warranty with the ebay hughes deal?

EDIT: Is the warranty with panasonic or hughes/RS?
Edited by: "Walker10" 19th Jun
i_need_bargains26 m ago

Littlewoods are not part of that offer, only a select number of retailers.


That’s bizarre... if the warranty is with Panasonic surely as long as you buy it new ...
Walker101 h, 31 m ago

What's the warranty with the ebay hughes deal?EDIT: Is the warranty with …What's the warranty with the ebay hughes deal?EDIT: Is the warranty with panasonic or hughes/RS?


Where is any warrenty on that deal confirmed please I cant see it?
I assumed 12 months standard warranty? Maybe better to go with RS for 6 years warranty for an extra £20
Edited by: "Walker10" 19th Jun
I was researching for ages and settled on this tv. I love it. I got it mainly for my PS Pro and it looks lovely on it especially God Of War. Well worth the money. Although I think I paid £529 for mine with John Lewis via a price match a few months ago so maybe wait awhile longer to see if it drops again.
I also own the TV bought in April 2018, don't forget VIP Club £10 off

It has 3 HDMI's, overall excellent & its not a Vistel. The only negative for me is the the reflection because of the Panel its like a mirror unless you are in the Dark etc
DanOBrien16 h, 7 m ago

Decent price. Wish I could have afforded the 58” model but alas, got the 5 …Decent price. Wish I could have afforded the 58” model but alas, got the 50” at RicherSounds price matched to £399. £200 more at the time (33%!) was a bit ask for the bigger version!


How did you get this for £399
In all the TVs I’ve bought, either I’ve been lucky or what who knows, but they’ve never had any issue with needing a warranty.
krisb1701d3 h, 53 m ago

£549 here today with the 20% off ebay …£549 here today with the 20% off ebay dealwww.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-TX58EX700B-58-Smart-HDR-4K-Ultra-HD-LED-Television-Silver-/401307869119?&clk_rvr_id=1570394846964&rmvSB=true


I'd rather pay £20 quid for an additional 5 years' warranty.
The sd quality on this is pretty bad. What settings are guys using.
DanOBrien4 h, 57 m ago

Saturday 16th July 2018, RicherSounds Botley, Oxford.



Awesome. Where did you find it at £399 for the price match?
Edited by: "t3rminal" 19th Jun
DanOBrien5 h, 51 m ago

Saturday 16th July 2018, RicherSounds Botley, Oxford.


I assume you meant 2017
t3rminal2 h, 56 m ago

Awesome. Where did you find it at £399 for the price match?


They honoured the RGB Direct listing with code ‘SPORTS100’ after I politely but firmly said if they didn’t honour it I’d just go and buy it at John Lewis. JL price matched RGB Direct to begin with and I had that with me as a bargaining chip.
Friendly__Giant3 h, 11 m ago

The sd quality on this is pretty bad. What settings are guys using.


You have to remember that the TV is 4 times the resolution of a full hd screen.

Therefore the pixels have to be 4 times as big/coverage for the exact same image, which enters in that the image could be washed out.
Kenneth13111 h, 29 m ago

There is not much in the £500 - £800 range of really good, all round TVs j …There is not much in the £500 - £800 range of really good, all round TVs just now.The best of them are probably the Samsung mu7000, Panasonic ex750b..


This is really putting me off getting a TV now. From what I've seen every set has quite noticeable issues to a degree.

I'm tempted by the 50" EX750B here, but think maybe waiting is the best idea now.
Whats the input delay like on these screens?
NomadJack5 m ago

Whats the input delay like on these screens?


20ms or less.
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