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Panasonic TX-49FX750B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £899 at John Lewis & Partners
Found 6 h, 11 m agoFound 6 h, 11 m ago
This TV was recommended by a salesman from Richer Sound, I since started to keep an eye on it. I saw someone posted this tv for £899.89 from Costco and people had mixed results whe… Read more
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Interesting....can you suggest a 55 inch TV?


Hmmm, this, or this:


I hear you. Actually I was looking at this particular TV before, but I was put off by a few others saying Android is unreliable and a bad review from Richer Sound: "I bought the TV based on picture quality having seen it in a number of different stores. the picture quality is excellent...but thats where it ends.... I wish I had paid more attention to the backend operating system and usability though this is difficult in a store environment. the android system is horrible and many of the "features" simply do not work. I have spent a lot of time with sony support and the community support where I realized i am not the only one with problems and issues around android. a brief summary of issues in no particular order; 1. cant record to a usb drive - recognized and registered ok - go to record says there is no registered drive. check again on the system settings shows a registered drive. 2. remote control sometimes very very sluggish. 3. does not read mp3 or video from a usb drive. 4. sony entertainmaint says "not available in your country" - its a uk tv and i am in the uk. 5. when using googleplay you have to use voice search....which has to be trained before it will do anything. I would prefer to type my search. 6. you need to have a google account which cannot be created without a mobile phone (i did not want my mobile associated with the tv account - what do you do if you dont have a mobile?) 7. casting is intermittent. 8. no freeview play. the tv has both freeview and youview. I bought to use freeview HD and expected freeview play on there which it is not (I accept my error for not checking more carefully). which should I be using and why? there is no information or recommendation. 9. unable to set freeview channel list/favourites permanently 10. the sony account (via a browser on pc)......captcha checks very time you log into it. complete pain! knowing what I know now (after only a few days) I would not purchase this TV." That's why I changed from Samsung to Sony. To be honest, I'm lost. I don't even know how big TV I should get, people say different things!


It's not a bad TV by any means, but you can get a Sony KD-49XF9005 for only £100 more from Richer Sounds, which wipes the floor with this one in every respect (and might even come down to this price on Black Friday). For the extra money you get a far better full-array local dimming backlight system, much higher peak brightness and Dolby Vision support, which all combine to provide a significantly better HDR experience. Plus Sony's picture processing, which is generally considered the best around (though Panasonic would be second on that list).


Oh dear, I'm sorry to hear that. I just googled what light bleed means (:I . There is an article to fix it yourself, I had a glance but too many tech words I don't understand. Hopefully it would help you:

Panasonic TX-49FX550B 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2018) now £399 delivered @ Amazon (Panasonic TX-55FX550B 55" £499)
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Great prices on these Panasonic 4K TVs 4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynamic range): Up to 4x HD resolution for more detailed picture 4K Netflix video streaming: Get to Netflix … Read more
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40ex700b comes into the Panasonic eBay store from time to time, nice set, £299.


8K relies on inbuilt upscaling technology to turn 2K and 4K into 8K. It's too far ahead and lacking presumably the successor technology to HDR10. The reason 4K is dropping is because there's such a low adoption rate in comparison to HD. People do not in general give a crap about Ultra HD. They want big flat screens with great contrast. And right now Blu Ray 2K is far cheaper.


Cannot find info on input lag for panasonic models :/


They arrived a while ago.. they won't be wide spread for a long time, theres hardly any 4K content out there and a handful of tv channels.


Richersounds £549

Panasonic TX-43FX550B 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2018 Model) @ Amazon
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I don't know much about Panasonic TV's. Do you think this would be worth a shot or hold out until BF?

:o this should be illegal if I’m buying Panasonic I want a tv made by Panasonic , I don’t mind parts being from different places like how they make cars


Economics, they don't make much money on their cheaper sets so they've farmed them out to the cheapest bidder, Vestel. Sad to think loyal Panny customers will be tricked into buying an inferior product (compared to real Panasonic manufactured TV) That's how Toshiba ruined their TV business. You can buy a 4K Techwood 43AO6USB for £259 from AO, essentially its the same as this Panasonic, same chassis, £90 cheaper just no HDR - which is a moot point on budget TV's anyway. The FX550 range is Vestel.


Very interesting comments. I could nit find reviews on this.the line up said 6000 series was their entry level so no idea on 500 series. So if not a real panasonic then makes sense... Except that is terrible terrible marketing.


This one is a vestel. The rest of the FX range above this are made by Panasonic


You can’t say only 300 and 400 are vestel the rest are manufactured by Panasonic, then straight after say your not sure about this one. as clear as mud m8

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Panasonic 55FZ802B 4K OLED TV now only £1499 @ Panasonic Store
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Stonking TV, and incredible spec for the price. Obviously Black Friday is coming up, but I can't see it dropping much lower than this. This is the same as the FZ952 but without the… Read more
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It's still £1699 at Hughes?


Yeah it seems to have dropped in a few places. Hughes have it at the same price with a discount code for a further £75 off, which is even cheaper. Can't be bothered to list the same TV again though haha.


Looks like JL price matched it.


This has expired already. Back to £1699.


I also saw issues with motion on OLED instore Lupeto. At home though, like most other C6 owners, I've turned off all the motion settings and have no issues. Maybe go to a store and get them to turn off all motion processing and judge yourself. At the end of the day, if the source is low frame rate, you'll always have a battle. With respect to gaming, why not buy something like the cheaper B8 and use the money you save to buy a dedicated gaming monitor?

Panasonic SC-PM250BEBS Micro HiFi £65 delivered @
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Neat little system, good reviews, has Bluetooth, DAB, and USB, which is what I was after. Same price from AO's eBay store as well. Seems to be between £79 to £99 elsewhere (Amaz… Read more
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No longer available. Put one in my basket then no sooner had I put my address in, it disappeared 😩


Ok thanks Guys


nope. The sound is good, but the usb has a known fault (it works 50/50 on the replacement and not at all with the first one, whch I returned) and it doesn't have a feature to save any radio/dab stations Got mine for £50 from Currys last November (Black Friday sale).


Doesn't look like it - but it has Bluetooth.


Does it have an earphone outlet socket ?

Xiaoyi Yi Action Xiaoyi Z23L Int Version Sports Camera (16MP / Sony - Panasonic Sensor / 1080p HD) £36.92 Delivered using code @ Geekbuying
07/12/2018Expires on 07/12/2018Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Thought this was a decent saving on this stylish camera, packed with a Sony or Panasonic sensor. 16MP with full 1080p HD Recording, wide angle lens, You'll need to use the code '… Read more

Here's a video I took the other year at 1080p 50fps:


I have 2 of these, and they're flippin great!


I use these for motorsports and have found them brilliant and much better than higher priced cameras. For my use a screen is not necessary and WiFi view is much more convenient as I mount it to my helmet. With these I don't care so much if one gets lost or broken Vs an expensive go pro


It was £25. It was by acidforums I think, 3 months back. The glitch was only live for a few minutes, it was on the page at the right time :)


How much? I never saw this and Im always on this site

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Panasonic EH-HS99 Nanoe™ Ceramic Rose Gold Hair Straightener.  Was £199.99.  Now £69.99 @ Boots
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Get glossy, straight hair with the Panasonic EH-HS99 Nanoe Ceramic hair straightener. Panasonic EH-HS99 Hair Straightener uses Nanoe™ technology to hydrate your hair and reduce s… Read more
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Ordered thank you




Cheers, ordered for daughters Christmas present £10 in points when you spend over £60

Panasonic UB420 4K HDR10+ Player - £149 @ Currys
Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Fantastic 4K Blu-ray Player. Top features: - See all the details in 4K Ultra HD - HDR optimises your entertainment - Beautifully realistic colour with HCX picture processor … Read more

Dolby vision on this model?


Quite, bandwidth always wins. The best streaming is about 15 to 18 Mbit with 5.1 audio multiplexed in; while I have DVDs that hit 14 Mbit.


Very true, I have an Xbox X when it was launched the UHD player was horrible. Several updates later it works beautifully, and would be splitting hairs buying a cheap dedicated player.....if don't have a console it's a great deal. I still think if you have a decent 4K OLED if you really want the best quality then buy UHD discs, 4k streaming is not as good. Getting close though, presumably disc media will die at some point


Don't you want one of those UHD compact cassette drives that Haiwei are about to release? I heard they are awesome.


I didn't mention its capabilities, only its stability. Having said that i do hear far more stories of incompatibilities between Xbox and various brands of TV, particularly when it comes to the introduction of new features. Again, I think the question is moot. Anyone with an Xbox is unlikely to buy a blu ray player *as well*, and anyone who doesn't want an Xbox will buy the player and be quite happy with it.

Panasonic DP-UB391EBK 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player - Black £139 @ Amazon
Found 8th NovFound 8th Nov
Down from £199. 4K Ultra HD native Blu-ray Disc Player Ultra HD Premium Certified HCX picture processor & 4K Direct Chroma Upscaling Twin HDMI terminals & High Clarit… Read more

Why would I ever bother again with manufacturers if I can have the replacement next day from Amazon? I don't even mind paying extra for the comfort and peace of mind :)


No dolby vision support.


Well in terms of the 4k player from Panasonic with locations in the uk and the same for other brands e.g. Sony, LG, Samsung etc.... if anything happens to those av items they would offer free collection and delivery for repair


Yes, that’s what manufacturers do. The best is the Monster, you need to pay for the postage to Netherland. Gigabyte even charge for sending the repaired item back to you (mad)


'Sending the item at your own cost' huh :/ you've been robbed So becuase its not Amazon you won't take the opportunity to get 5 4k movies for £20 (skeptical)

Panasonic Lumix TZ70 £219 @ Very was £279
Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ70EB-K Digital Still Camera combines great features with an easy to use design. As super fast auto focus and 10 fps high speed burst Shooting means you ca… Read more
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I got this in April from John Lewis when it was £219 and it later dropped to £199 and went back to £219 Good point and shoot camera for. can also take decent pics of moon or airplanes. Dont expect clarity of DSLR. This is just a good point and shoot travel camera. Small and pocket size with decent battery.


This is £209 from Clifton Cameras incl delivery or TZ80 for £249 at Argos etc.


I've got a TZ60 that I picked up very cheap on a HUKD a while ago. The increase in quality over a good phone camera isn't that much IMO, and when zoomed in you're not going to get good photos anyway. Dunno - not sure these point and shoots have much of a market anymore with phone cameras being decent and DSLRs being pretty accessible.


My TZ70 developed a fatal software fault shortly after it was out of guarantee. It was the only TZ I've owned that hadn't sucked dust into the lens, only because I was so damn carefull with it, and then it died on me. Gave on on them after that.


It's rare because from what I read Panasonic we're voted most reliable camera brand many times. My experience is Fuji and Canon are more unreliable even though their image quality is good

Panasonic flagship 4K OLED TV 55FZ952B with integrated Technics Soundbar - £1799 @ Power Direct
Found 4th NovFound 4th Nov
Crazy price for this incredible TV with integrated soundbar. Cheapest I've ever seen is £1999, I've never used this company before so would love any opinions. 5 year warranty too.… Read more
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Downsides of this set: - no Dolby Vision - no Dolby Atmos - no support for DTS/DTS-HD audio from streamed files. Upsides: - Brilliant out of the box image - Decent smart features - HDR10+ support (this is the competing technology with Dolby Vision; think Blu-Ray vs HD-DVD)


This isn't Panasonic's Flagship Oled


Panasonic's smart content sucked in their Plasma days. Netflix has never worked on my ST50b.


I dont know if i would but a panasonic tv again. I have the top of the range last generation plasma. Yes its a few years old (maybe 5), but it cost 2k and you dont buy a new tv as often as you upgrade your phone, and the picture is still better than most new tv's. But. The online services no longer work. Netflix stopped working a while ago but now youtube doesnt even work. I expected them to not be updated but to not work at all is a bit off.


I can't see the problem myself. I've just found that that -> This is the Internet.

Panasonic TX-65EZ952B 65 inch OLED 7 year warranty + free wall bracket £1995 @ TPS
Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
Looks a great deal. Panasonic TX-65EZ952B FREE 7 Year Warranty FREE Wall Bracket FREE 7 Year Warranty FREE Wall Bracket 4K PRO HDR 4K Pure Direct Studio Colour HX2 THX disp… Read more
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the a9 and a7 processing must be a Swizz because by the sounds of it they are no better than the e6 from 2 years ago and probably all the same lol


Finally some sense from a fellow poster here. Everyone jumps on the defensive when the LG OLED's processing gets mentioned. I had a 77 inch C8. Motion interpolation artifacts were obvious and constant. Higher frame delay than competitors and HDR brightness was rubbish. Oh and like you say when it couldn't work out the motion correctly... Stutter.


totally agree. I had an e6 and the motion processing was abysmal. full of artefacts and stutter. my ez952 has stutter yes but very rarely and no artefacts at all I can see even with ifc set to max. I've also read on av forums that the alpha 7 and 9 processors are just as bad as the e6. full of motion interpolation artefacts. pleased i got the Panasonic. it's a much better tv imo


Saw this in John Lewis. All TVs using the same demo feeds, these Panasonic OLED panels / tech made the picture look alot better than the LG and Sony ones. They are lacking in some encoders, like pass through via Optical, and other features the competition has. This is why the price for these are so competitive and lowest ATM. Can't say much about the retailer, never heard of them.


I'm still dithering on this. I'm on the lookout for an OLED 65 but not in a hurry. Is it worth waiting for either the newer version of this or the LG c8 - do people thing either of those will approach these prices in teh next few months? Only really want to spend £2k or lesds.

Panasonic 32" Smart HDR LED TV - £219 @ Currys
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Been looking for a 32" TV for the bedroom from one of the better brands (Samsung/Sony/LG/Panasonic) rather than a vestel rebrand. Ok, it is a 720p but it has HDR10 so the picture q… Read more
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Forgot to add, the TV is made in the Czech Republic and not Turkey so won't be a they've had a plant there since 2007


All these arguments of 4k being overkill on 32", what about 2k?


Think its not necessarily a Vestel issue en masse but particular Vestel models I see people on this forum forever complaining about Chinese manufactured items yet seem happy to buy Apple products which are made there. If products are not actually made in china you can bet your mortgage many of the sub components they contain are.


I got a JVC which is a Vestel and it is great. I prefer its OS to the one on my Samsung and the image is just as good Cant see how buying a cheaper non vestel made big name are any better I remember being told years ago to avoid the sets made in Poland and i must say that advice still seems to hold true


The OP stated he bought this TV in order to avoid buying a Vestel.

Panasonic UB391EB Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray Player and 5 UHD Movies £159.99 Pre-order @ Zoom
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Panasonic: Ultra HD Blu-ray Player (DP-UB391EB) + 5 UHDs (Zoom Exclusive Hardware Bundle) [UHD] Release Date: 09/11/2018 £159.99 PRE-ORDER Free Delivery… Read more
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I emailed them and they don't do 10% off this package as it's a multibuy promotion.


No YouTube app unfortunately (annoyed)


It outputs it via bitstream, as most if not all blu ray players will, including the Panny in this post.


As for Blu-ray players, Dolby says you don't need a brand new player to support Atmos, just as long as your player fully conforms to the latest specifications and can output a bitstream audio signal for your AV receiver to decode.


The Sony UBP-X700 appears to be capable of Dolby Atmos.

Panasonic TX49FX550B 49" 4K LED TV - £424.15 with code cramptonandmoore - Ebay
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Panasonic TX49FX550B 49" 4K LED TV - £424.15 2018 Model - 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV

Anyone no if this Tv can be controlled by alexa? Thanks


No, I'd say it was more like urinating on their own brand name


Great so this is correct then so Tv is running 4k and don't need to worry about the settings saying off


THIS IS SPARTA !!! (mad)


One of the greatest betrayals in all of human history. This wickedness will echo down the halls of eternity.

Panasonic: Smart Network Blu-ray Player + 5 Blu-rays @ Zoom £74.99 Delivered
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Thought this doesn't look like a bad price including 5 Blu-rays. Available for pre order, released 9th November. Probably can use the 10% new customer code as well. The compact an… Read more

Wish I had posted the 4K one instead, looking at the heat it got.


I love a good story as the nights draw in.


Still no harm in owning a 4k player or Xbox One S/X, they can output regular 1080P just fine too and when you eventually make the leap to a 4K TV, which is inevitable as 1080P sets will stopped being produced (I think they already have in larger screen sizes), it is one less thing to worry about upgrading. Don't see much value in spending close to an entry level 4K Bluray player on an ordinary Bluray player. To be fair if you were going to buy those five films anyway it becomes better value but that is quite unlikely for most...


Only the S (and X) can play 4K, which you're not going to get for under a hundred...


Everyone's entitled to their own opinion. Personally i do not have a 4K television or any 4K discs. My entire collection is made up of Blu-ray and DVD's,

Panasonic bq-cc07 eneloop charger and 4 AA batteries clearance £6 instore at Waitrose & Partners
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Just spotted these in my local waitrose, I think this is nationwide as the link to their site shows the same offer but it's out of stock online. Bargain in my opinion for high qual… Read more

Thank you for posting. Picked up last two at Putney £6 each


The cheaper ones are evolta version, I think below eneloop, and then there is eneloop pro


These have dropped to £4. 75 at Stevenage waitrose. I only took one - two left. Proper signage of price drop so hopefully nationwide. Packs of 4 Panasonic aaa 750mah are £3.39 no charger - probably relabeled eneloops.


What puzzles me is Waitrose had this offer about a year ago, sold out then restocked at full price and now has what appears to be the same clearance offer again! Anyway I actually needed 4 extra AA Eneloops for a radio I've just bought so grabbed this offer yesterday. The charger isn't as good as my fancy one but will do as an upstairs spare. Good call OP.


Two left in the big Waitrose in Fulham

Refurb - Panasonic 2.1ch Soundbar Built In Bluetooth 4K Pass Through at Panasonic/Ebay for £49.99
Found 24th OctFound 24th Oct
Good if you want a nice small soundbar. This is a refurb, but they are £170 new. Here is some blurb.... The perfect soundbar for where space is tight, the Panasonic SCSB1 deliv… Read more
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Which one is this sorry?


Better to wait for 200w soundbars with wireless sub for £49 when back in stock


Thank you (y)


I have one, got a decent price from SuperFi earlier in the year. Nice overall quality unit. Only down I've found is bluetooth can stutter a bit with certain devices. However, since this isn't a major selling point not overly fussed.


All gone. Well done to those who bagged one.

Panasonic DC-FZ82EBK 60x Optical Zoom Lumix Digital Camera, Black (AMAZON) - £209
Found 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
Product DescriptionPanasonic DC-FZ82 - Bridge Cameras - Capture moments near and far. The 20-1200mm zoom lens and 4K Video/Photo recording capability will make sure you catch those… Read more
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Yeah voted hot, dithered and missed it too!


Voted hot, amazing deal. Gutted I missed it.


Smart move.


I love my GH5, I'll agree it's not the best low light (IE 1600+ISO, daylight is fine), but it excels at other things and for a <£2k price point (w/ Lens), it's a beaut.



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