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Refurbished 49'' Panasonic TX-49GX550B SMART 4K Ultra HD TV £179.99 @ Panasonic ebay
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Refurbished 49'' Panasonic TX-49GX550B SMART 4K Ultra HD TV £179.99 @ Panasonic ebay

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Posted 3rd MarEdited by:"devinn"

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The GX550 series 4K televisions support multiple High Dynamic Range (HDR) formats such as HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma - the standard format for films and UHD Blu-ray discs. HDR video is characterised as having brighter whites and deeper blacks when compared to Standard Dynamic Range (SDR), so you can enjoy the rich 4K picture quality from the comfort of your home
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Bargain.
Grab it while you can. I give this deal 5 minutes before sold out.
Edited by: "Willy_Wonka" 3rd Mar
Sold!
I got one of these last year, absolute steal for this price, this will prob be sold out by now...
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Grabbed one of these last year slightly cheaper, please don't feel gutted if you missed this as your far better paying the bit extra and going for a new hisense for example.

The picture quality isn't great and it's slow. I've kept it as a bedroom TV but as soon as I can justify it I'll be grabbing something else
Expired. What a shame! @devinn
I bought the 43 inch version from the Panasonic Outlet on eBay when they were available in January, so they do seem to come up quite often.

I sent mine back, the picture wasn't very good at all, just as Moneyeyes mentions above. The smart TV capabilities were OK, I was very impressed with the UX.

Might be OK for the kids or spare room. I wanted it for the living room and decided the 12 year old Sony it was supposed to replace had a better picture.
Edited by: "adriang68" 3rd Mar
adriang6803/03/2020 07:22

I bought the 43 inch version from the Panasonic Outlet on eBay when they …I bought the 43 inch version from the Panasonic Outlet on eBay when they were available in January, so they do seem to come up quite often. I sent mine back, the picture wasn't very good at all, just as Moneyeyes mentions above. The smart TV capabilities were OK, I was very impressed with the UX. Might be OK for the kids or spare room. I wanted it for the living room and decided the 12 year old Sony it was supposed to replace had a better picture.


Good job I didn’t buy one then
LOUGHBORO.GUY03/03/2020 07:33

Good job I didn’t buy one then


Paying a bit more will get something a lot better.. Seems like TV deals are mental at the moment, loads of options out there.
Dammit. Why was I not awake at 0348am to catch this deal. Perfect time to list it Panasonic outlet thanks
I just bought the 49" 68B from panasonic. bargain at £249.99 but picked up a screen fault within a day of ownership
adriang6803/03/2020 07:35

Paying a bit more will get something a lot better.. Seems like TV deals …Paying a bit more will get something a lot better.. Seems like TV deals are mental at the moment, loads of options out there.


Any suggestions?
kalin.ivanov03/03/2020 10:19

Any suggestions?


I returned the above in 49" back to panasonic outlet and got my money back. Whats annoying, they picked up the TV from me yesterday and have listed it back on ebay today! AND it has a screen fault!

I went for this instead. Couldnt find anything better for that spec and money.

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kalin.ivanov03/03/2020 10:19

Any suggestions?


I think it depends a lot on what's important (picture, smart capabilities, warranty, preferred maker ,etc). I've read and seen good things about Hinsense (and had one in a serviced apartment when living in Japan). I also like the look of the JVC-Amazon fire model which was coming up for a good price.

My comment was based on the number of deals that are popping up.

Personally I've decided to stay with the old Sony I'm currently using, I get the smart capabilities from a separate AppleTV unit.

I'm probably going to wait until OLED becomes cheaper, and get one of those. Because of the way we've currently got the house laid out, I don't want want a super large screen. I'm also thinking I'll narrow down to Samsung, LG or Sony, based on personal experience.
adriang6803/03/2020 11:21

I think it depends a lot on what's important (picture, smart capabilities, …I think it depends a lot on what's important (picture, smart capabilities, warranty, preferred maker ,etc). I've read and seen good things about Hinsense (and had one in a serviced apartment when living in Japan). I also like the look of the JVC-Amazon fire model which was coming up for a good price. My comment was based on the number of deals that are popping up. Personally I've decided to stay with the old Sony I'm currently using, I get the smart capabilities from a separate AppleTV unit. I'm probably going to wait until OLED becomes cheaper, and get one of those. Because of the way we've currently got the house laid out, I don't want want a super large screen. I'm also thinking I'll narrow down to Samsung, LG or Sony, based on personal experience.


Do they have bad picture quality? I need one for YouTube videos and occasionally Netflix movies.
These popped up again around 6am today, they had 3 or 4 in stock, and they also had the TX-49FX550B at £199.99, so worth keeping an eye out if you want one
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