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Refurbished Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £759 @ Amazon/Richersounds
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Refurbished Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £759 @ Amazon/Richersounds

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Posted 30th Oct

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Hollywood grade pictures meet razor sharp style. The elegantly designed FZ802B is a picture powerhouse, combining the peerless contrast capabilities of 4K HDR OLED screen technology

With new Studio Colour HCX picture processing that's been tuned by Hollywood colourists, to ensure you see pictures exactly how their creators intended

Deep, rich blacks and real colour expression. OLED TV is a self-illuminating system that individually regulates 8 million pixels, enabling stunning expression of deep, rich blacks, as well as the ultimate contrast ratio

Panasonic OLED TVs support multiple HDR formats including HDR10, HLG and HDR10+. To enhance your HDR experience, unique functions such as Dynamic Scene Optimiser optimise HDR images according to the content, while Auto Brightness Enhancer adjusts video in response to the ambient light in your room
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That`s a lot of money for a used tv
mikeportsmouth30/10/2019 06:56

That`s a lot of money for a used tv


One of the best TV’s you can buy! & Much better than some of the newer stuff
1 year warrenty.
Some credit cards may extend this by a further year or two. Another option is to purchase a policy elsewhere.
1500 quid in Currys for a new one at the moment
Sammy8630/10/2019 07:09

1 year warrenty.Some credit cards may extend this by a further year or …1 year warrenty.Some credit cards may extend this by a further year or two. Another option is to purchase a policy elsewhere.


Which credit card?
Edited by: "The_Big_Rock" 30th Oct
blake.lincoln30/10/2019 07:09

1500 quid in Currys for a new one at the moment


That's the 950B. A step up from this one, and a year newer. This is last year's model. £1200 is the going rate for this with 6 years warranty. Personally, I wouldn't buy a refurb OLED, you just know it's been used as a display unit and therefore hasn't had it's burn-in prevention cycles run that would happen in standby. I think that's reflected in the price.
not
Sammy8630/10/2019 07:09

1 year warrenty.Some credit cards may extend this by a further year or …1 year warrenty.Some credit cards may extend this by a further year or two. Another option is to purchase a policy elsewhere.


sure they would extend a 2nd hand product ?
deanos30/10/2019 08:09

not sure they would extend a 2nd hand product ?


I dont know. But would they know? Part of the illusion.
Sammy8630/10/2019 08:25

I dont know. But would they know? Part of the illusion.


depends what it says on the invoice i guess
deanos30/10/2019 08:37

depends what it says on the invoice i guess


Exactly. The policy is with D&G, hsbc wise.
Refurb oled witout Dolby vision. Not
deanos30/10/2019 08:09

not sure they would extend a 2nd hand product ?


No but you should be able to buy extra cover from an insurer (expensive though).
Cold.. never with a one year warranty..
all gone. Was gonna go for this
Artquadre30/10/2019 08:40

Refurb oled witout Dolby vision. Not


Brand new Samsung top of the range Q90R without Dolby vision Not
xp320030/10/2019 12:15

Brand new Samsung top of the range Q90R without Dolby vision Not


Q90 wilk be nice. I'll stick with B9 LG.
My friend got one of these. It had been used for just under 250 hours, turned on around 150 times. Panel looked excellent, very little banding and no hint of burn in. Picture was nice and accurate too but I did tweak the settings using HCFR and a light meter. All in all, I think he did pretty well for £760.
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