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PANASONIC VIERA TX-58DX802B Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 58" LED TV £1289 Currys
PANASONIC VIERA TX-58DX802B Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 58" LED TV  £1289 Currys

PANASONIC VIERA TX-58DX802B Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 58" LED TV £1289 Currys

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Don't forget the 10% voucher.

Seems to have low lag (34ms) though it doesnt specify if its the same at 4k hdr. Nice external soundbar means it sounds good as well. Personally I don't like the look but heat anyways.

Is this Pasunnic or Penesamig knockoff? I can't believe Panasonic made that stand. I need to go wash my eyes with Care Bears videos.

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Edited by: "Sqsq" 10th Oct 2016

Nearly OLED money. I know which I will be buying......

Great tv, been really impressed with it so far, still a few issues like with all big tvs but far less on this than any other tv I have seen recently. My screen has no light bleed but still a few vertical lines during sport if you really look for them. The black levels are fantastic not quite OLED but impressive all the same and the sound bar whilst not as good as a dedicated sound bar and sub is far better than any tv speakers I have heard recently.


Don't think you can get a 58" 2016 OLED for anywhere near this money, perhaps another £700 but that a big leap.

It is only an 8 bit panel though and not the brightest for HDR but everything I have watched so far really impresses. Standard definition TV looks a little soft but that's to be expected on any tv of this size. This tv has had some really good reviews from a lot of independent reviewers, the stand seems to be the one divisive factor but any tv this big really needs sticking on the wall!!!


Edited by: "matengawhat" 10th Oct 2016

matengawhat

Great tv, been really impressed with it so far, still a few issues like … Great tv, been really impressed with it so far, still a few issues like with all big tvs but far less on this than any other tv I have seen recently. My screen has no light bleed but still a few vertical lines during sport if you really look for them. The black levels are fantastic not quite OLED but impressive all the same and the sound bar whilst not as good as a dedicated sound bar and sub is far better than any tv speakers I have heard recently.Don't think you can get a 58" 2016 OLED for anywhere near this money, perhaps another £700 but that a big leap. It is only an 8 bit panel though and not the brightest for HDR but everything I have watched so far really impresses. Standard definition TV looks a little soft but that's to be expected on any tv of this size. This tv has had some really good reviews from a lot of independent reviewers, the stand seems to be the one divisive factor but any tv this big really needs sticking on the wall!!!



But compared to other LCD's of similar size, this is way more money. There have been deals on here for last years 55" OLED for around only £200 more.
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