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Richersounds: Pre-Order New 2017 Panasonic 4K+HDR Smart TV VIERA TX50EX750B with Active 3D £1299
Richersounds: Pre-Order New 2017 Panasonic 4K+HDR Smart TV VIERA TX50EX750B with Active 3D £1299

Richersounds: Pre-Order New 2017 Panasonic 4K+HDR Smart TV VIERA TX50EX750B with Active 3D £1299

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With processing tuned in Hollywood, the Panasonic TX50EX750B brings the big screen home.

Super Bright Panel and Studio Colour HCX2 processing for stunning realism
The Panasonic TX50EX750B is the first in their 2017 range with a Super Bright, 10-bit, panel. This gives vivid detail that helps make images more realistic than ever. For the ultimate in accurate picture processing, the Studio Colour HCX2 processor is tuned in Hollywood to deliver image quality exactly as the filmmaker intended.

Local dimming for the best picture from all sources
Equipped with Local Dimming, this Panasonic 50 inch TV makes the most of any images - whatever the resolution. Whether 4K UHD, 1080p FHD or standard definition, Local Dimming adjusts the brightness of the screen by zones. This gives greatly improved contrast, as the black sections of the TV can be darker and the whites brighter.

HDR now with HLG compatibility
The Panasonic TX-50EX750B is compatible with HDR (High Dynamic Range). HDR extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast. HDR10 and HLG formats are both covered. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Active 3D
For an even more immersive picture, the TX50EX750B is also ready for 3D. Just add optional 3D glasses and enjoy 3D images that are every bit as bold as at the cinema.

Smart operator and Voice Assistant
my Home Screen 2 and Info Frame screens offer an attractive and clear operating interface which is also easy to customise.

Twin tuners and Freesat HD for flexible viewing
As well as Freeview HD, the TX50EX750B also boasts Freesat HD.

Freeview Play for easy access to catch-up TV

Unique height adjustable stand
Uniquely to the EX750B model, the stand is adjustable by around 27cm in height.

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Also available:
PANASONIC VIERA TX50EX700B £949
PANASONIC VIERA TX49EX600B £849

14 Comments

How is this a deal? Even the Panasonic web site has not got price info yet.

Dealdealluvadeal

How is this a deal? Even the Panasonic web site has not got price info … How is this a deal? Even the Panasonic web site has not got price info yet.


Good point. However, if you want the TV you know you'll pay no more than that I guess. Always a gamble but Richer Sounds offer exceptional customer service so if it goes down in price you'll likely only pay that.

Won't vote either way as it might be useful for someone.

ipswich78

Good point. However, if you want the TV you know you'll pay no more than … Good point. However, if you want the TV you know you'll pay no more than that I guess. Always a gamble but Richer Sounds offer exceptional customer service so if it goes down in price you'll likely only pay that.Won't vote either way as it might be useful for someone.


I still think this is an "ad" and not a deal, better waiting till other shops get it in and be able to compare prices rather than commit just now. Just my perspective.

Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.

afroylnt

Poor backlight for this price I would spend a bit more for oled.



OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .
burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....

Edited by: "Uridium" 17th Feb

Uridium

OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice … OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....


I think the burn on the newer models is pretty sorted. Many people seem fine with the motion handling but I haven't personally watched an Oled set for long enough to comment. In my opinion Its not worth spending more than 600-700 on a non-oled set unless it has FALD.

afroylnt

I think the burn on the newer models is pretty sorted. Many people seem … I think the burn on the newer models is pretty sorted. Many people seem fine with the motion handling but I haven't personally watched an Oled set for long enough to comment. In my opinion Its not worth spending more than 600-700 on a non-oled set unless it has FALD.



+1 for this comment... AND......OLED is the be all and end all actually, it's LG's picture processing software that lets them down. I have no doubt whatsoever the Panasonic and Sony Oleds coming out later this year will be superior to LGs (despite them using the same panel) but they will be well over £3000 minimum when they release. Screen burn is very very rare and not like the plasmas of old, you can run a display refresh to remove it in the small chance you get it. Plus get one from richersounds with a 6 year warranty negates this argument.

Panasonic is really pushing the "tuned in hollywood" marketing as a USP for their tellies, where were they tuned last year? The amazon rainforest? Don't believe the bullcrap

Uridium

OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice … OLED isn't the be all everyone thinks it is...Yes the Ink blacks are nice but in the real world of day to day TV viewing having seen several current Gen sets demo'ed I was a little disappointed with the amount of tearing during fast motion and lack of sharpness on 4k source compared to some current gen high end LED's .burn in appears to be raising it's head as an issue on some models as well....


You clearly don't own an OLED do you ,all of the things you have mentioned are complete non issues

webb204

You clearly don't own an OLED do you ,all of the things you have … You clearly don't own an OLED do you ,all of the things you have mentioned are complete non issues



Nope I don't own an OLED TV...so I don't need to justify my purchase, if you read my comment again you'll see I stated my observations were based on demonstrations. OLED might well be the TV technology saviour we are all waiting for however the current Gen sets from LG in the Demo's I have witnessed didn't impress me that much...certainly not enough to make me want to pay the premium over the top end LED's from Samsung. Perhaps as others have said it's down to LG's poor post processing chipset, I'm hoping this is the case and Samsung, Panasonic and Sony can deliver better with OLED panelled sets

Is Panasonic the only big player still making 3D TVs?

Nono. No 4K, no HDR content. Why spend £££. I will keep my 50 Digihome TV which cost me £299 and still working over 2 years.

This debate has really got me interested. I was about to spend £3000 on the LG OLED65B6V & SH7 from Richer sounds (http://www.richersounds.com/package/tv/tv---all/pah013540).

Having building work done and was about to give the builder the measurements so that the TV looks flush.

What else is coming soon? Happy to wait a few months.
Or is there anything else anyone would spend on instead?

bob_regis

This debate has really got me interested. I was about to spend £3000 on … This debate has really got me interested. I was about to spend £3000 on the LG OLED65B6V & SH7 from Richer sounds (http://www.richersounds.com/package/tv/tv---all/pah013540).Having building work done and was about to give the builder the measurements so that the TV looks flush.What else is coming soon? Happy to wait a few months.Or is there anything else anyone would spend on instead?



There are more Oled`s but even the 55" are going to be 3k+ the 65 are 4.5k+ depending on which model.

The 65B6 is a good buy at that price, the new models (LG)are slightly brighter but only when used in Vivid mode which you would not do anyway.

The Sony A1 and the Panasonic models look very nice but again retail at much higher price points. I ended up biting at the 55E6 a few weeks back as there is very little difference with the new LG models.


Crossy

There are more Oled`s but even the 55" are going to be 3k+ the 65 are … There are more Oled`s but even the 55" are going to be 3k+ the 65 are 4.5k+ depending on which model. The 65B6 is a good buy at that price, the new models (LG)are slightly brighter but only when used in Vivid mode which you would not do anyway. The Sony A1 and the Panasonic models look very nice but again retail at much higher price points. I ended up biting at the 55E6 a few weeks back as there is very little difference with the new LG models.



Thanks, you have convinced me to buy this weekend.
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