Panasonic VIERA TX-50CX802B 50 Inch Ultra HD 4K 3D Smart TV Freeview Play WiFi (Refurbished 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty) £799.99 delivered @ panasonic shop ebay
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Panasonic VIERA TX-50CX802B 50 Inch Ultra HD 4K 3D Smart TV Freeview Play WiFi (Refurbished 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty) £799.99 delivered @ panasonic shop ebay

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Found 15th Feb 2016
Panel 4K ULTRA HD LED LCD
Screen Resolution 3,840 (W) x 2,160 (H)
Colour Black and Silver
Brand Panasonic
Model TX-50CX802B
Display Technology LED LCD
Screen Size 50"
MPN TX-50CX802B
Max. Resolution 2160p
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Panel Drive 4K 1600 Hz BMR IFC
Picture Mode Dynamic/Normal/Cinema/True Cinema/Custom/Professional1/Professional2 (isfccc)
Viewing Angle 176 degree
Speaker Output 40 W (10 W x 2 + 10 W x 2)
Surround Mode VR-Audio Master Surround 2.1
my Home Screen Y (2.0)
Voice Interaction Y (PRO)
Voice Guidance Y
EPG Y
App Launcher Y
Smart Calibration Y
VIERA Connect Y
Web Browser Y
Media Player (Picture/Movie/Music) Y
Support Format AVCHD 3D/Progressive, SD-VIDEO/AVI/HEVC/MKV/WMV/MP4/M4v/FLV/3GPP/VRO/VOB/TS/PS, MP3/AAC/WMA Pro/FLAC/Apple Lossless/WAV, JPEG/MPO
Display Mirroring Y
DLNA 1.5 Y (RUI2.0/DTCP-IP/DMP/DMR/DMS)
Bluetooth Compatible Y (Keyboard/Mouse)
USB-HDD Recording Y
Hotel Mode Y
Game Mode Y
Tuner Freeview Play
Twin Tuner Y
Teletext Reception 1500P
HDMI Input 1 (side), 2 (bottom)
Support Feature Audio Return Channel (Input 2)
Component Video Input shared with Composite RCA phono type x 1 (rear)
CI (Common Interface) 1 (CI Plus, Version 1.3)
Scart Connector 1 (rear)
USB 3 (side; USB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 2)
SD Card Y
LAN Port 1 (rear)
Digital Audio Output (Optical) 1 (bottom)
Headphone Jack 1 (side)
Suppliers Trademark Panasonic
Model ID TX-50CX802B
Energy Efficiency Class A
On mode Average Power Consumption 88 W
Standby Power Consumption 0.5 W
Off mode Power Consumption 0.5 W
Rated Power Consumption 189 W
Power Supply AC 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D) (w/o stand) 1,121 x 652 x 46 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D) (with stand) 1,121 x 687 x 211 mm
Weight (w/o stand) 18.0 kg
Weight (with stand) 19.5 kg
VESA Compatible Y
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good review here
reasonable.
peace of mind New model , with 6 year warranty@ richer sounds
Thank you
I got the 55" for £100 more and it was new from Richer Sounds with the 6 year warranty.
darrengeebreve

I got the 55" for £100 more and it was new from Richer Sounds with the 6 … I got the 55" for £100 more and it was new from Richer Sounds with the 6 year warranty.



​really? it's 1400
darrengeebreve

I got the 55" for £100 more and it was new from Richer Sounds with the 6 … I got the 55" for £100 more and it was new from Richer Sounds with the 6 year warranty.



​bet your sorry , £700 for 5", ....doh
£800 for a second hand telly?
The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely picture on it after a bit of fine tuning in the picture settings. I like the fact that you can have different picture settings for each input and for apps too. There's plenty of info on these over at avforums and about calibrated picture settings to get you on your way when adjusting it.
the 65 inch version of this tv was 999 on the same outlet a few months back.
£800 for a second hand tv? Far too expensive. Might as well wait for the price drop and get new.
Red Devil

£800 for a second hand telly?



paddy.stone

The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely … The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely picture on it after a bit of fine tuning in the picture settings. I like the fact that you can have different picture settings for each input and for apps too. There's plenty of info on these over at avforums and about calibrated picture settings to get you on your way when adjusting it.



I was interested in the CX680 but 50" then saw Currys are selling an exclusive CX700 with a better spec for £50 more and am now mulling over which one to go for...
Red Devil

£800 for a second hand telly?

paddy.stone

The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely … The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely picture on it after a bit of fine tuning in the picture settings. I like the fact that you can have different picture settings for each input and for apps too. There's plenty of info on these over at avforums and about calibrated picture settings to get you on your way when adjusting it.




Go for the CX700 you won't be disappointed just get the settings off a forums and you'll be fine. The 3d isn't suppose to be that great but I didn't buy for 3d.
That's just strange pressed cold and added 2 degrees heat! Cold for me refurbished.
Mate has a 24 inch panasonic probably a vestel badge, apparently it fell off the wall mount because the rear casing plastic was so thin it broke away. I hope thus isn't a vestel lol
Red Devil

£800 for a second hand telly?

paddy.stone

The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely … The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely picture on it after a bit of fine tuning in the picture settings. I like the fact that you can have different picture settings for each input and for apps too. There's plenty of info on these over at avforums and about calibrated picture settings to get you on your way when adjusting it.



Very pleased with the CX700. Prices continue to tumble though and I fail to see the urgency unless it's connected to a high-spec PC for gaming. New models must be due soon too, bought mine late May 2015.

Edited by: "MBeeching" 15th Feb 2016
Cold, its refurbished and its still not better than my Panasonic Plasma
HOT, I bought two 50 Panasonic's from the refurb outlet. in January last year and September, do not confuse these with lesser models. These are fantastic TV's I have 3 Panasonic 4K tv's in total, the TX-L65WT600, the 50AX802B. Both of these are THX certified and have Display port and HDMI 2.0 capable of 4k 60hz at full 4.4.4 Chroma Subsampling, unlike the Samsung and Sony's that have to down sample to 4.2.2(lower the picture quality) to achieve 4K at 60hz. I also have the 50CX700 on my watercooled X99 rig. I bought the 50AX802B and the 50CX700 from them, they are like new. I am a professional film and Video editor (27 years experience) and use Blackmagic's DaVinci, Adobe, Final Cut Pro etc and these TV's are capable of the full colour RGB Professional standard Hollywood and TV editors require. £800 for a second hand TV, or £800 for a £1700 tv thats like new.




Edited by: "johnbancroft7" 16th Feb 2016
threesixty360

Cold, its refurbished and its still not better than my Panasonic Plasma


Panasonic stopped making Plasma's, thats why the bought out the L65WT600 in October 2013 the worlds first 4K TV with HDMI 2.0 and Display Port, THX certified etc etc, this was a statement of intent, as they headed into an a new era, as Panasonic were regarded as the Plasma kings, they wanted to get the picture as close to Plasma as possible, and most critics agree it was the best they have seen from a non plasma set.


Edited by: "johnbancroft7" 16th Feb 2016
Doesn't really matter now as they have all gone.
johnbancroft7

HOT, I bought two 50 Panasonic's from the refurb outlet. in January last … HOT, I bought two 50 Panasonic's from the refurb outlet. in January last year and September, do not confuse these with lesser models. These are fantastic TV's I have 3 Panasonic 4K tv's in total, the TX-L65WT600, the 50AX802B. Both of these are THX certified and have Display port and HDMI 2.0 capable of 4k 60hz at full 4.4.4 Chroma Subsampling, unlike the Samsung and Sony's that have to down sample to 4.2.2(lower the picture quality) to achieve 4K at 60hz. I also have the 50CX700 on my watercooled X99 rig. I bought the 50AX802B and the 50CX700 from them, they are like new. I am a professional film and Video editor (27 years experience) and use Blackmagic's DaVinci, Adobe, Final Cut Pro etc and these TV's are capable of the full colour RGB Professional standard Hollywood and TV editors require. £800 for a second hand TV, or £800 for a £1700 tv thats like new.


>>>>>
John, just from that statement alone, you have just become the official un-official HUKD "Go to Guy" for any
video / you know what you are talking about when it comes to this sort of gear questions!!!

Brilliant input and if only more members would chip in with info like this, would save a lot of ££££
being wasted on crap that is not what it appears to be ;-)

We salute you kind Sir!
TLBSQUEAK

Doesn't really matter now as they have all gone.


>>>>>
Keep it bookmarked Squeak, as this model comes in and gets sold a lot on
the Panasonic clearance store on eBay ;-)
johnbancroft7

Panasonic stopped making Plasma's, thats why the bought out the L65WT600 … Panasonic stopped making Plasma's, thats why the bought out the L65WT600 in October 2013 the worlds first 4K TV with HDMI 2.0 and Display Port, THX certified etc etc, this was a statement of intent, as they headed into an a new era, as Panasonic were regarded as the Plasma kings, they wanted to get the picture as close to Plasma as possible, and most critics agree it was the best they have seen from a non plasma set.



​ill have to look into this! The blacks look amazing on my set though. I know oled is the way forward with deep blacks. Just not sure on these led/lcd panels as most top end sets I have seen are poop compared to the Panasonic plasmas. Mine is thx certified also and there is virtually no input lag whatsoever with gaming etc. When viewing non HD channels it does a great job. I have a Panasonic lcd with led backlight in the bedroom and must say picture is grainy but my plasma has none of those issues. Apart from the fact that it sucks alot of electric and it can get fairly hot. Sometimes I don't need the heating on lol
lazarus20000

£800 for a second hand tv? Far too expensive. Might as well wait for the … £800 for a second hand tv? Far too expensive. Might as well wait for the price drop and get new.



it's the 2015 flagship, stocks are almost gone as its successor (dx902b) is available now. there won't be much of a price cut worth waiting for, and I can say it's a really good TV (i have the 55" version)

*worth noting, only the 55 and 65 inch models have direct backlighting, the others are edge-lit. hasn't seemed to make much of a difference though.
Edited by: "Magnetic" 17th Feb 2016
Red Devil

£800 for a second hand telly?

paddy.stone

The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely … The cx680 55" is good if anyone's interested. No 3D though. Lovely picture on it after a bit of fine tuning in the picture settings. I like the fact that you can have different picture settings for each input and for apps too. There's plenty of info on these over at avforums and about calibrated picture settings to get you on your way when adjusting it.



​Hey Jono, you mentioned the CX700 at Curry's was only £50 more - It looks like it's £699 now. It sounds like that's the better option and I'm
torn as a refurbished CX700 is on eBay for £499 which is more my budget.
villageidiotdan

​Hey Jono, you mentioned the CX700 at Curry's was only £50 more - It lo … ​Hey Jono, you mentioned the CX700 at Curry's was only £50 more - It looks like it's £699 now. It sounds like that's the better option and I'm torn as a refurbished CX700 is on eBay for £499 which is more my budget.



is the CX700 one of the higher end models? there are so many tv models, its hard to figure out what I want!oO
it sounded like it but we had a look in Curry's today at it and it was a bit pants! Thing is, they could have just set it up wrong but the Samsung (6400 from memory) next to it owned it. We've decided to leave it a couple of years, our 42 plasma just ticks the boxes enough for what we need.
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