PANASONIC Viera TX-L39EM6B - 39" Full HD (1080p) LED TV, Freeview HD, 100Hz, BBC iPlayer - £379 @ Currys
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PANASONIC Viera TX-L39EM6B - 39" Full HD (1080p) LED TV, Freeview HD, 100Hz, BBC iPlayer - £379 @ Currys

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Found 2nd Oct 2013
This is a great price for this TV which has lots of positive reviews. Was priced at £599, seen it at £399 not so long back, but now down to £379

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Tempted.. This or the 40" Samsung in the other deal, at Argos.. Hmm..

Both fantastic pictures

this will be far better than the samsung, will last longer and is thinner (for wall hanging)

Tempted

Will John Lewis or Richer Sounds price match currys?

They should do

which would u say is best panasonic or samsung

Panasonic by a mile

InTheKnow444

this will be far better than the samsung, will last longer and is thinner … this will be far better than the samsung, will last longer and is thinner (for wall hanging)Tempted



It's edge lit though, which has problems compared to direct lit.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 2nd Oct 2013

My brother's Samsung barely lasted 3 years, his replacement Panny is still going strong (and much better)

tbh I wasn’t impressed with the cheaper end Panasonic LED TV I bought a few weeks back.

Don’t be fooled, whether it be edge lit or direct backlit they both suffer from clouding, banding and dirty screen effect.

if you had 500 pounds to spend itk which tv would u buy

If your picking this up in store, don't forget to use O2 Priority Moments (£20 off when you spend £200) bringing it down to £359

gargoyle

if you had 500 pounds to spend itk which tv would u buy



Ii'd still stick with a Panny

so this
argos.co.uk/sta…JUN

Or just save the money and go for this
argos.co.uk/sta…JUN

Although it's fair to say the 100hz on this deal is very tempting
Edited by: "InTheKnow444" 2nd Oct 2013

thank you itk

gargoyle

thank you itk



Also, once you have selected which model you desire, contact John Lewis cos they might price match and give you a 5 year warranty

Picked this up just a month ago picture quality is poor i would go for something better.

poor in which way

The lights and blacks look blocky very annoying.

Don't forget to take up their kind offer of a HDMI lead for only "£34.99" when bought with the TV instead of the usual "£69.99" if bought on it's own.

LOL

can any one recomend tv for 500 pounds 42 inch better than panasonic

where's the other inch gone? oO

gargoyle

can any one recomend tv for 500 pounds 42 inch better than panasonic



I would go for the best Panasonic Plasma you can get for £500. (Seem to be being sold for far less than they are worth).

freakstyler

tbh I wasn’t impressed with the cheaper end Panasonic LED TV I bought a f … tbh I wasn’t impressed with the cheaper end Panasonic LED TV I bought a few weeks back.Don’t be fooled, whether it be edge lit or direct backlit they both suffer from clouding, banding and dirty screen effect.



Same series as this or the 50hz one ?

(I have no problems with mine that is the same series as this other than panning stuff. Think helicopter flying into the rainforest).

The DNLA is better than any of the devices I try to send stuff to it from. (Problem is never the TV).

I have the soundbar and bluray player from the same series and it all works together flawlessly.

(I don't watch much TV though / Bit of Netflix and Blurays).

see this thread...
hotukdeals.com/dea…783
I'm really happy with my purchase of my Panny.

should I go for this or a Samsung ue39f5000 for the same price from tesco direct?

casta

should I go for this or a Samsung ue39f5000 for the same price from tesco … should I go for this or a Samsung ue39f5000 for the same price from tesco direct?



I'm wondering the same thing!

Panny Plasmas all the way! (My S20 still looks better than my friend's similarly priced Samsung LED from last year).

If I had to get a non-Plasma, it would have to be the Panny E6.

casta

very little to choose between … very little to choose between them:http://m.samsung.com/uk/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE39F5000AKXXU-spec#orhttp://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Products/VIERA+Flat+Screen+TV/LED+%26+LCD+TV/TX-L39EM6B/Specification/12743486/index.html



You also have to consider the Samsung EH5300 deal from yesterday- hotukdeals.com/dea…e=7

I'm having a tough time deciding between these 3 tv's! They're all so similar, I don't know which is the best

casta

very little to choose between … very little to choose between them:http://m.samsung.com/uk/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE39F5000AKXXU-spec#orhttp://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Products/VIERA+Flat+Screen+TV/LED+%26+LCD+TV/TX-L39EM6B/Specification/12743486/index.html



What's weird is that the link you've provided to the samsung specifications page doesn't say that the UE39F5000 is a smart tv. But on tesco direct and here electricaldiscountcentre.co.uk/Sam…300 it states that is is a smart tv. So I'm confused- is it smart or not??

Also- I thought this Panasonic tv was a smart tv- but I see that it is not. So I think that means that both of the Samsung's are superior to it
Edited by: "shadders139" 3rd Oct 2013

shadders139

What's weird is that the link you've provided to the samsung … What's weird is that the link you've provided to the samsung specifications page doesn't say that the UE39F5000 is a smart tv. But on tesco direct and here http://www.electricaldiscountcentre.co.uk/Samsung/Samsung_UE39F5300 it states that is is a smart tv. So I'm confused- is it smart or not??Also- I thought this Panasonic tv was a smart tv- but I see that it is not. So I think that means that both of the Samsung's are superior to it



Neither are Smart TV's. They're just full HD Freeview TV's. I dont want a smart TV because I have a freeview PVR that has smart features and I'll also be getting a Google Chromecast to supplement it. (when it arrives on these shores)

John Lewis say they do not sell this TV, Richer Sounds don't appear to either.

Currys have a black bezzled: TX-L39EM6B
John Lewis have a silver bezzled: TX-L39E6B

I have just spoken to JL who say they will not price match as they are different model numbers. Currys have the TX-L39E6B but its £479.

Not sure what the difference is but the reviews all appear to be for the more expensive model.
Edited by: "lotuschap" 3rd Oct 2013

lotuschap

John Lewis say they do not sell this TV, Richer Sounds don't appear to … John Lewis say they do not sell this TV, Richer Sounds don't appear to either.Currys have a black bezzled: TX-L39EM6B John Lewis have a silver bezzled: TX-L39E6BI have just spoken to JL who say they will not price match as they are different model numbers. Currys have the TX-L39E6B but its £479.



The E6B is a different model entirely. Thats a Smart TV model. panasonic.co.uk/htm…tml

Hardly surprising they dont price match it.

unrandomsam

Same series as this or the 50hz one ?(I have no problems with mine that … Same series as this or the 50hz one ?(I have no problems with mine that is the same series as this other than panning stuff. Think helicopter flying into the rainforest).The DNLA is better than any of the devices I try to send stuff to it from. (Problem is never the TV).I have the soundbar and bluray player from the same series and it all works together flawlessly.(I don't watch much TV though / Bit of Netflix and Blurays).



Mine is a 50” B6B series. It’s a 50Hz set but it handles motion quite well. Its screen is terrible for banding and DSE so yep panning shots are a right mess lol.

Though it’s not all Panasonic’s fault, it seems that every recent 47”+ TV that uses an LG supplied IPS panel has the same issue.

Nope, I'm going for the Samsung UE39F5000 samsung.com/uk/…XXU

Apparently Samsung are consistently top of the Which reviews and the screens are better than Panny LED

Looks like they've hiked the price at Tesco's though:
tesco.com/dir…512

Was £379!! Lucky I bought it for £369 with the £10 off voucher yesterday Ha ha

casta

Amazon still have the Samsung for £379 though: … Amazon still have the Samsung for £379 though: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE39F5000-39-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B00CS6XFEW



Do you know what the difference is between the UE39F5000 and the UE39F5500 (here currys.co.uk/gbu…tml?awc=1599_1380797993_94803c3733de9bb8d3debe3791112cab&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities%20&%20UGC&istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=qqpxmxaq&istBid=t&awc=1599_1380798569_d2fd81af8c5b2cc8ef130caffde0ec6d#longDesc) ?

thanks

shadders139

Do you know what the difference is between the UE39F5000 and the … Do you know what the difference is between the UE39F5000 and the UE39F5500 (here http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/samsung-ue39f5500-smart-39-led-tv-21311358-pdt.html?awc=1599_1380797993_94803c3733de9bb8d3debe3791112cab&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities%20&%20UGC&istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=qqpxmxaq&istBid=t&awc=1599_1380798569_d2fd81af8c5b2cc8ef130caffde0ec6d#longDesc) ? thanks



Yup:
UE39F5500 = Smart TV with built in Wifi
UE39F5000 = Not Smart TV

Waldolf

Don't forget to take up their kind offer of a HDMI lead for only "£34.99" … Don't forget to take up their kind offer of a HDMI lead for only "£34.99" when bought with the TV instead of the usual "£69.99" if bought on it's own.LOL


that's a great offer cos the wires are made of gold, aswell as the shielding , even the plastic is, gold.
beeaaast of an offer

unrandomsam

I would go for the best Panasonic Plasma you can get for £500. (Seem to … I would go for the best Panasonic Plasma you can get for £500. (Seem to be being sold for far less than they are worth).


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