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Panasonic TX-43HX580B 43" SMART 4k tv £269.99 with code (UK Mainland) at eBay Panasonic
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
The HX580 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 vide… Read more
deanos

it’s a fake Panasonic too

Levy2805

Okay,but I don't think it's a good price for a refurbished one.

SnappersMocaps

Why expire it? It's in stock, just update the title with (Refurbished)!

Levy2805

Yeah,I didn't noticed that. Will expire it now. Thanks :)

FL88

Refurbished

Panasonic TX-65HX600B 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £596.99 at eBay / buyitdirectdiscounts
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
The HX600 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 vide… Read more
RipOffBuster

Vestel Panasonic TVs? No, thanks.

chancooluk

HX800 for last year's models. All below are Vestel.

Zameen

Difficult to know when the real panasonic starts

bandit17

If you want 5 year warranty, it's £649 at John Lewis.

chancooluk

Its a Vestel, so I'd recommend going for the equivalent Hitachi or Toshiba branded set (around £450-550). The actual TV's are the same, with minor cosmetic differences in both the hardware and software.

Panasonic TX-55HX580B 55" SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play Refurbished £367.99 with code @ Panasonic / eBay
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
The code works on some of their over products too: Link Panasonic TX-55HX600BZ 55” - £441.59 Here Panasonic TX-50HX580B 50" - £303.59 Here
mgk

Yeah I suppose, just thought the energy ratings were based on actual consumption of power regardless of device

chancooluk

I assume its to put pressure on TV manufacturers to further reduce energy usage. Having a rating of A++ means that the manufacturers are unlikely to put R&D into improving energy usage. Having a rating of G looks terrible, so manufacturers are more likely to try and improve it and "save the planet".

mgk

Why is that, if easy to explain... Seems very odd

chancooluk

The energy rating used to be A++, but the system changed a couple of months ago, so now all TV's have terrible ratings. No 4K TV scores better than E.

Bargain99hunter

It's a vestel.

Refurbished Panasonic TX-55HX580B 55" 4K HDR LED TV - £359.99 with voucher (UK Mainland) @ Panasonic Ebay with voucher
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Posted 23rd AprPosted 23rd Apr
Comes with one years manufacturers warranty. The HX580 series 4K televisions support multiple High Dynamic Range (HDR) formats such as HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma - the standard fo… Read more
skgwho

Really great even quality. Not the best interface on the one I have, but for the price I really can't compare.

Meanmum

Watch out with a refurbished. Mine developed a fault exactly a year later.....

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Panasonic TX-55HZ1000B (2020) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" w/ Freeview Play Dolby Atmos - £1299 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Good quality Panasonic premium 4K OLED reduced by £200 at John Lewis and comes with 5 year guarantee. Was £1499, now £1299 ”Panasonic’s excellent OLED form continues - the … Read more
Party1_Yx

Couple of people asked if it’s worth upgrading from plasma. I feel I may address that question as I only used plasma before and never used LCD or it’s successors LED, QLED due to a few crucial flaws with poor SD upscaling or ‘black being grey’ issues to name a couple. I decided to go for oled despite ‘burn in’ concerns. I’ve done so as the overall picture quality is amazing. Although it’s worth to remember that a bright room and anoled tv isn’t a good combination. also if you require tv mainly for video gaming or to keep static pictures on it than other technologies may be better option.

Nautilus186

That's sellers for you .The Hz 980 is 50/60hz but some sellers show it as 100/120hz.

steve_bezerker

Yeah I just saw on the instruction manual.. Still no mention of it on the sellers website though which is a bit naughty.

Nautilus186

They are not miselling as they state which elements are hdmi 2.1 comliant on Panasonics literature.

steve_bezerker

I know that, I have an RTX 3070, I'm just curious as to how they could get away with essentially mis-selling.

Panasonic TX-55HZ1500B 55" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR Master OLED TV - Dolby Atmos £1299 @ Hughes
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
£1299 after adding voucher at checkout. Designed with the help of Hollywood experts, the Panasonic TX55HZ1500B 55" Ultra HD 4K Master HDR OLED TV gives you the cinematic experie… Read more
mb1357

Its a professional quality OLED panel; same tech but improved image quality; have a look on YouTube. Interestingly TV companies and film studios use OLED panels which cost >£30K for complete colour accuracy.

irradiated

ouch, 980 looking more tempting every day then

Nautilus186

When this model was released it was £2499 for the 55 inch so l can only assume the new one will be in that sort of price range.

irradiated

whats Pro OLED and is it going to carry a big premium over outgoing model?

mb1357

Good price but outgoing model . New one has the Pro OLED panel which I would wait for.