PANASONIC TX58EX750B 4K 3D Voice Assistant 58 INCH LED TV 5 year warranty £799.00 @ krishav
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PANASONIC TX58EX750B 4K 3D Voice Assistant 58 INCH LED TV 5 year warranty £799.00 @ krishav

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Found 9th MayEdited by:"MC90327"
  • Super Bright Panel and Studio Colour HCX2 processing for stunning realism
  • Local dimming for the best picture from all sources
  • HDR now with HLG compatibility
  • Active 3D
  • Smart operator and Voice Assistant
  • Twin tuners and Freesat HD for flexible viewing
  • Freeview Play for easy access to catch-up TV
  • The stand is adjustable by around 27cm in height

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Plus 60 quid shipping :-(

Might be better off with the John Lewis deal for a slightly different model at the same price from a vastly better known retailer.
Edited by: "Quartermass" 9th May
No chance.
There is no way in the world that any device with a network enabled microphone is coming into my home.
Edited by: "Baldieman64" 9th May
Price seems good but reviews are poor for the price particularly the brightness wouldnt one be better off getting a samsung 7000 ad those have more than twice the brightness of these
Cuddl3s13 h, 14 m ago

Price seems good but reviews are poor for the price particularly the …Price seems good but reviews are poor for the price particularly the brightness wouldnt one be better off getting a samsung 7000 ad those have more than twice the brightness of these


What's everyone's fascination with brightness? On my current TV I don't have it on the highest brightness (vivid mode etc) as it looks fake and sh*t. Samsungs with retina burning brightness may look spectacular playing a 4k demo but for regular TV content it's unnatural
adamski885 m ago

What's everyone's fascination with brightness? On my current TV I don't …What's everyone's fascination with brightness? On my current TV I don't have it on the highest brightness (vivid mode etc) as it looks fake and sh*t. Samsungs with retina burning brightness may look spectacular playing a 4k demo but for regular TV content it's unnatural


The fascinations is due to the difference it makes to picture quality, i`m saying as i was dead set on a Panasonic TX-58EX700B, went in store to view it and it was sat next to a LG 55SJ810V. The difference in brightness between the two was night and day, colors on the Panasonic looked greyish and washed out when compared to the LG, the sets were both playing a loop of trailers for the latest movies.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 10th May
Cuddl3s21 h, 41 m ago

The fascinations is due to the difference it makes to picture quality, i`m …The fascinations is due to the difference it makes to picture quality, i`m saying as i was dead set on a Panasonic TX-58EX700B, went in store to view it and it was sat next to a LG 55SJ810V. The difference in brightness between the two was night and day, colors on the Panasonic looked greyish and washed out when compared to the LG, the sets were both playing a loop of trailers for the latest movies.


I just got the 50" version of this, if ur after a 58", u should defo consider this TV. For the price its a steal. Its much brighter than the ex700 (seen them both side to side). But again, even full brightness on this TV is too much! The picture is amazing though, the motion is also good. I'm coming from a plasma (which is amazing for motion) and was very pleased that I didn't notice it being slower.

For this TV, for night time viewing, any brighter and u would need a pair of sunglasses on!
Cuddl3s10th May

The fascinations is due to the difference it makes to picture quality, i`m …The fascinations is due to the difference it makes to picture quality, i`m saying as i was dead set on a Panasonic TX-58EX700B, went in store to view it and it was sat next to a LG 55SJ810V. The difference in brightness between the two was night and day, colors on the Panasonic looked greyish and washed out when compared to the LG, the sets were both playing a loop of trailers for the latest movies.


EX700 is a very different set to the EX750
getmore4less5 h, 49 m ago

EX700 is a very different set to the EX750


Yes it is but from the reviews it seems that peak brightness is still very poor somewhere around 440 nits (think its about 340 on the ex700) compared to other tvs in this price range that do 600+
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 13th May
Does anyone who has this TV could clarify how the 4K side works with SKY UHD content? Will the setting on the Tv change automatically to represent it has picked up UHD content or not. I know when watching 4K / UHD content on Netflix or prime the TV settings change automatically! Thanks
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