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Panasonic TX-65FX700B 65-Inch Ultra HD 1600Hz 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview Play - Black (2018 Model) - £879 @ Amazon
Found 20 h, 28 m agoFound 20 h, 28 m ago
Panasonic's FX700 brings the beautiful realism and colour of the 4K HDR picture into the modern home. Hyper-detailed 4K Ultra HD resolution blends seamlessly with High Dynamic Rang… Read more
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Unfortunately no this TV is not better allround than your DX. The DX is a VA panel which produces great blacks but has limited viewing angles, Panasonic swapped to IPS panels for the FX range which has better viewing angles but produces a greyish screen rather than the deep blacks of the DX range. If you want better image all round than your DX, go for an OLED (or Q7 if it’s cheaper than OLED).


Me too. I do make sure they aren’t vestel models, which is easy with a quick gooogle


Yeah nowt wrong with Panny I've had 3


Annoys me though, like this post usually from people who have no idea and post on here to put people of buying what is a perfectly good tv made by Panasonic.


I've got the 40" version of this after I also purchased the 50'" 750b, its a nice set with great UI compared to Hisense. The 40" replaced my Hisense which would be an ok 'monitor' for a kitchen as opposed to a full time TV.

Philips 43PUS6262 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Ambilight Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV, £314.99 at Argos / eBay
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Model number: 43pus6262. Television picture quality: LED TV Screen. 4K Ultra HD Certified display resolution. Motion rate 900. Viewing angle 176/176 degrees. Resolution 384… Read more

Philips TVs have become the new Moto G on here - there was always tonnes of deals for those with disproportionate heat, and they were lame too.


£999, 55POS9002, it's a 2017 model. Still waiting for Amazon to deliver it, was supposed to be here today!


Great deal


how much did you buy the oled philips for ?


I bought this for 380 last June, great TV for the price. Ambilight is great, I've just ordered a Oled Philips with Ambilight as well I love it so much

Panasonic TX55FX750B55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play - Refurbished - £799 @ Richer Sounds
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
12 month guarantee 2D/3D Conversion NA 3D TV No Analogue Tuner Yes ARC - Audio Return Channel Yes BBC iPlayer Yes Component Yes Digital Audio Output Yes - Optical Dimensio… Read more
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Well i have a Samsung UE55MU7000 & LG E7 and there alot lighter then this Pani which is basically trying to copy LGs picture on glass.


Great tv


How is a TV being heavy ever a bad thing? Unless your trying to steal it of course! Since this is a refurb and I assume only has 1yr warranty I think there is better value out there such as the Sony xf9005 or LG b8 which you can get for not much more with a 5/6 yr warranty.


Crazy annoying banding & heavy as F*** (annoyed)

LG OLED55B8S 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Freeview Play £989 with code at Richer Sounds
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Cheaper than the previous deal by £5 🔥🔥🔥 PLUS Save £30 on the Sonos Beam using voucher code SONOS30 OR save £50 on the Sonos Playbar or Playbase using vouc… Read more

Funnily enough I have also been to Curry's recently and was able to look at top end (Q8 or Q9) QLED with a OLED (I am not sure but assume low end one, i. e. LG B8) put side by side with same mirrored content. There was obvious problem with over brightness on QLED (worst possible display settings for the source picked?) and so OLED looked really dark and nice in comparison . Looks like content was cherry picked, too, all dark with not too bright elements in it. It was obvious the set was put to exaggerate OLED's blacks, and that's it. Then, after looking seperatly on OLED and QLED elsewhere with other content it was clear that Q8 gives really nice blacks and amazing colours with incredible bright whites (too bright?). OLED was again looking really good thanks to deep blacks but very quickly I have noticed a stutter on the B8. If you look online the fair reviewers actually point that all out and also suggests you get better detail (thanks to better colour coverage and volume?) on QLED vs 'cheaper' OLED. Apparently some high end OLEDs are much much better though. So, is OLED better as such? No, it is just different. It is a new technogy and it's not polished yet. QLED as extension to the LCD (/LED) is very advanced and so excells in almost all areas. I am quite excited to see will this be an improved and cheaper OLED a king in a few years or yet improved QLED or MicroLED (by Samsung as well).


hi, where is the discount code from. Do you have the terms and when it expires? thanks


Anyone tried a price match with Currys ?


I bought the PLA model last night from RS 989


That's for the birds?

LG 43UK6300PLB 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play - £307.80 @ AO
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Use Code EXTRA5 This 43" LG TV is compatible with HDR10 and HLG for greater HDR playback potential. HDR extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter… Read more

No... Products must be brand new, boxed, carry a comparable guarantee and be in stock at time of purchase. Richer Sounds price used to compare will be net of any voucher / trade-in discounts.


Will they price match this?


£329 with 6 year guarantee Would be my choice for peace of mind...


Got 43 inch Samsung yesterday with eBay deal for £280

Refurbished Panasonic TX-49FX555B 49 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play WiFi £249.99  Panasonic on eBay
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Back in stock. For total peace of mind, all of our refurbished products come with a one year manufacturer’s warranty.

No screen mirroring facility - giving it a miss


Any of these still 3d? Seem to remember Panasonic being one of the last to abandon it.




Look at the input layout on the rear, if it looks like this: Its a Vestel - whether it has a Panasonic, Toshiba, Techwood name on it the input layout is always the same or very similar to the picture above - the number of HDMI connections could be different.


Refurbished Panasonic TX-55FX555B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play WiFi, £299.99 at Panasonic/eBay
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
For total peace of mind, all of our refurbished products come with a one year manufacturer’s warranty.

Out of stock :(


Bad as in rebadged so not a Panasonic.


Does Vestle mean it’s good or bad?

winchman Not bad for £50


It is, yes. Panasonic's low end stuff is all made by Vestel. In terms of the 2018 range, I believe the FX600B and up are real Panasonic sets, whilst everything below is licensed to Vestel.

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LG OLED55B8S 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV Freeview Play  - £994 With Voucher Code @ Richer Sounds
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Hi all first deal so please be gently found this on the Richer sounds website seems a good price. Aware probably reducing due to 2019 models been imminent

Thanks very much for the reply. I think I'll probably go for the B8 in that case. I've seen it in Curry's but only with the shop mode on so not real life but the picture did look incredible. Think I'll take a trip to Richer sounds tomorrow to have a look at what they have.


If you mostly watch sports I would advise you to demo the relevant TVs if you can. Some people do not regard OLED as great for sport. Due to the very fast response times, you can see the individual frames and it makes motion look a bit juddery, some people find it off-putting, though others seem to have no problem. LCD responds more slowly, thus the frames blur together and make motion appear smoother, so the Q9 could be a good choice instead. I did look at it in the demo room at Richer Sounds and it is very good, but once you've seen OLED you can't un-see it! I finally decided to go for the 55" B8 PLA on Thursday, but I never watch sports, only movies and TV series, so I do not really care about that. I too considered the Panasonic and C8, I think both are better but I didn't think I could quite justify the extra £300 or £500. If the Panasonic was only £200 more I might've gone for it and it may yet drop that low, who knows? In the end I just got fed up of agonising over it, we have to just pick one and at this end of the market they are all pretty good. My target (like every man and his dog) was sub-£1k, the B8 dips under that, looks cool and has a good OS, happy with it so far. My old TV was a 2007 Sony which my parents gave me and they got it 2nd hand, so it's a big upgrade.


My tv is 10 years old so anything will be better than my lcd. I mostly watch football and basketball and some netflix, kids watch some F1 too. Is it worth getting the B8 at this price or spend a bit more to get the C8? Have also been looking at the Panasonic TX55FZ802B. Very concerned about burn in, so much so I've considered the Samsung Q9FN. Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I don't have any idea!


It's a slideshow of various images, the transition is a slow fade to black and changes the frame every time, so the pixels are getting cycled. Not sure what your intent is, whether to run gallery all day or not but I personally wouldn't use the TV for this purpose for more than a few hours occasionally. I am guessing that even if you avoid screenburn, the pixels will still wear and brightness will still decline over time. This would presumably take thousands of hours, but having it on all day would soon rack up the runtime.


150watts an hour for a static picture... Pointless (annoyed)

Refurbished Panasonic TX-55FX555B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play WiFi, £299.99 at Panasonic/eBay
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
For total peace of mind, all of our refurbished products come with a one year manufacturer’s warranty.

fake Panasonic, made by Vestel


I've had a Panasonic refurb before and it was like new. This is a hell of a lot of TV for the money. Heat added.


Just be aware that these aren’t true Panasonic sets sadly, they’re rebranded. The menus and navigation isn’t the same as the usual Panasonic TVs and isn’t as slick/easy to use. Worth paying an extra £150 and getting the 700 series from Panasonic eBay. Have bought a few of them and they’re fantastic for the money


The fact that it is refurbished makes you wonder why it went wrong in the first place?


Now if JL stock it and will price match, that’s a cracking deal!

Refurbished Hitachi 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview HD Smart WiFi LED TV - Black, £220.99 at argos/ebay
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Price drop. Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee Model number: 50HK15T74U. Television picture quality: LED TV Screen. 4K Ultra HD Certified display resolution. Viewing… Read more

It is - using Wifi for anything is bad security wise and bad for signal wise! Nothing beats a nice gigabit ethernet although most tellies use a 100mps Broadcom chip!


Surely using ethernet is the solution


Yes, that's definitely a good TV, specially for £221 . I found only one doesn't stay connected to WiFi for more than 3, 4 days. I mean, after 3 days, you have to unplug the TV from socket and after that to plug in and to connect it to the wireless again. Or, instead of that, you have to clear the cache/cookies every 3 days and connected it again to the internet. I couldn't find the reason for that, but I'm using fire stick so I don't bother about this. You can find more about this issue Here . I understand at most Hitachi TVs have this issue, many users saying it's because of the internet router.


Now OOS.


Would u recommend it?

Refurbished Panasonic TX-49FX555B 49 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play WiFi, £249.99 at Panasonic/eBay
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
For total peace of mind, all of our refurbished products come with a one year manufacturer’s warranty.

Ah, I didn't know about TPVision. Hope they're better than Vestel. I see new vestel sets big and chunky, yet my LG set from 2012 is really thin and the whole back of it is metal. Annoys me that the current chunky ones are obviously using dated tech and/or cheaper tech that takes up more room.


Well done, but I think wasn't sold in the UK or Europe? Looks like it was for the Philippines. All of Philips current TV's m, sold in the UK, are made by TPVision, and incorporate Philips technology (like ambilight).


"Philips - some LED TVs from Philips - mainly entry level models, for example the 32PFL3008, are made by Vestel" Wikipedia


getting any branded 49" for £249 is a good buy Vestel or not Panasonic TV, 4K, in fab condition for £249 is a good buy :)


Thanks op! Sister been looking for good deal for awhile now! No mention of possible dead pixels or damage and has a year warranty so sounds a good deal(y)

Sony KD49XF7002BU 49 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black (2018 Model), £429 @Amazon
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Save £100 on Sony HTXF9000.CEK Soundbar when you purchase this product 4K Ultra HD Resolution - Get the most out of what you watch HDR streaming and gaming - Uncover new dep… Read more

Deffo a good thing, access to google play store kodi etc


Is that a good thing? Or have Sony upped their game with the Android TVs now as they used to get slated?


Good deal but worth noting it’s not an Android based model like a lot of other Sony TVs. :)


I paid £50 more and got from richer sounds with 6 years


Under EU law, consumers are offered a two-year guarantee, so have some hope :)

Sony KD43XF7002 43-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black (2018 Model) for £372 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
4K Ultra HD Resolution - Get the most out of what you watch HDR streaming and gaming - Uncover new depth and detail MotionflowXR - Perfect for high-octane sports and action scene… Read more

The only thing I can see is different 'xr motion flow' rates but why on earth would they make multiple tv's exactly the same with that being the only difference.


I'd be interested in this too..


Anyone know the difference between this and the kd43x7073 that was at the coop. They seem identical


What's the os like? Is it sluggish or have sony mended it for its latest range?


Doesnt look like its alexa compatible? :(

44% off Sony KD55XF7003​BU XF70 55 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black (2018 Model) £559 @ Amazon
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Sony KD55XF7003BU XF70 55 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black (2018 Model) Discover AmazonBasics TV Wall Mounts. by Sony 3.4 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews … Read more
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About the right price, no way 44% off


Does Sony still use bad speakers?


Not a deal. Richer Sounds have this with a 6yr warranty for £599.


Not according to the Amazon review score! :{


Is this any good?

Free month trial of TV player premium.35 premium channels & Freeview channels.includes Fox HD  comedy Central, Eurosport, TLC, Discovery,
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Download the app into various formats, no cables, instant Freeview & premium channels. Watch on laptop, mobiles & tablets or download on smart TVs, Amazon fire stick. As we… Read more

Thanks for both reply's. Sounds like even the free trial is not having.


Not sure what happened to the quote from 'bitm2007' in my original comment - could have sworn it was there when I started typing - anyway, just wanted to tie the two together... so as to avoid confusion! ;) (y)


You can always get a free trial of the 'Premium' and 'Premium+' services from TVPlayer but, if it's specifically 'Eurosport' that you intend to use it for, you should bear in mind that Eurosport 1 & 2 are not available during the free trial period. Nor are Alibi, Eden, Gold, Good Food, W, or FOX HD... although, if you are prepared to skip the trial and forego the initial free month, you can just log into your 'TVPlayer' account to opt out of the trial and get immediate access to any/all of them. As others have said, 'FreeSports' was dropped on 6th March 2019, after already having dropped 'QVC' plus 'CNN' in February, and 'TVPlayer' have also stated that 'Boomerang', 'Cartoon Network', and 'Cartoonito' will leave the service on 22nd March. On top of that, the 'ITV' offshoot channels like 'ITV2', 'ITV3', 'ITV4', 'ITVBe' and 'CITV' are no longer part of the basic free 'TVPlayer' service, meaning you will need to have (at least) the £6.99 per month 'Premium' plan to watch those with 'TVPlayer' and, if you want the remaining kids channels as a new subscriber, you must now pay £9.99 per month for the 'Premium+' plan! According to 'TVPlayer' much of this has been attributed to the increased cost of licensing those channels... which is fair enough but, all things considered, I wouldn't really recommend their service - especially after I was supposed to get three months free when I signed-up through an offer they did with Roku in the past and they only gave me one month before charging me! Needless to say I cancelled and, in fairness to them, 'TVPlayer' did refund what they charged me - but, suffice it to say, I won't be going back to them. Currently enjoying all that 'Eurosport' has to offer via 'Eurosport Player' for just £0.01 (i.e. one pence) per month over a six month period, which was a deal I got through Amazon Prime, but IDK if it's still available.


FreeSports is no longer available its been removed the 30 day free trial is always available but does not include the UKTV premium channels Fox or Eurosport during the trial i had a 3 mth free trial but cancelled it waste of time


Few months ago I got 3 months free with a deal on here, cancelled after half of hour due to the lack of HD for the most of the programs, even for the ones listed as HD. Sorry op, but people should avoid, this is like 20 centuries television.

Hisense H75A6600UK 75 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play £949 with code + 2 Year Warranty @ AO
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Updated 11th March: Back in stock Looks a great price for this large 75 inch Smart 4K tv with HDR - use code HISENSE200 to get for £949. Next best price looks to be £1099 and se… Read more

Must admit, this had me puzzled too.


How does the size of the TV dictate how many ports it needs? See this phrase a lot, but when I upgraded from 50" to 65" Sony Bravia (via a deal on here) it didn't mean my Sky Q box, Apple TV and Xbox suddenly sprouted additional port requirements nor did I rush out for more devices :/


According to the user manual it has 4 x HDMI, 3 x USB and 1 x component. That said a lot of people will use an AV amp so one HDMI is all you really need.


Its not under a hundred pound


Massive fan of Hisense, but a huge 74” tv, yet only 3 hdmi ports 😧

Hisense H55U7AUK 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play £469 with code (50 inch version £399) @ AO
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*Updated 12th March - Back in stock* Lowest price I have seen for this Hisense H55U7AUK 55" Smart 4K tv and gets great reviews - use code HISENSE50 to get this price. Comes wit… Read more

AO is price matching ebuyer btw at £453.99. Got the difference refunded via live chat


A lot of good advice in here;


Thanks that's the one.




TV back in stock - but discount code showing as expired

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