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PANASONIC TX-32FS500B 32" Smart HDR LED TV £219 @ Currys
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Top features: - Smart features for streaming and more - High definition TV with HDR for enhanced gaming - My Home Screen has all your favourite apps in one place Smart fe… Read more

Yep but most people willbuy a 32 inch TV because they’re less intrusive in the bedroom or wherever, not because they can’t afford a bigger one.


Not bad. Unless space is an issue, the Hisense deal at eBay/AO looks better though. An extra £16 for a 43" 4k set.


Wow, I posted this last month and it was voted cold. To clarify, this is not a vestel as it's made in Czech Republic and has no sticky paper label on the back which vestel tellys have. I've had it for a month now and it's a brilliant telly for the bedroom


well, it's fine alright, but you can still see the difference in resolution at 32". Whomever at Panasonic said 'let's market a 32" TV with HDR... the tech folk will love that', then left out a 1080p panel so the same tech heads will say 'no thanks, you can keep it', need retraining.


Panasonic at this price point probably means vestel

PANASONIC TX-77EZ1002B 77" Smart 4K Ultra HDR OLED TV £6999.97 @ Currys
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
PANASONIC TX-77EZ1002B 77" Smart 4K Ultra HDR OLED TV (200 cash Back with this tv from currys ) + ( quidco or topcashback offer ) This tv is near about £8000 everywhere.
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Does this tv have teletex?


Damm!!! That's huge. You don't need wallpaper


I'm not sure that at 40% TCB I'd buy this haha


Fully house and toilet trained!... God I need that TV in my life (ninja)


I will give her cleaning cloth, when she will go towards kitchen.then (popcorn) i will watch movie (strong) (excited)

Panasonic TX-65FZ952B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD £2399 @ John Lewis & partners BEST PRICE YET!!!!
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Experience the astonishing next-gen visuals of the 4K HDR OLED screen with Panasonic's FZ952. Tuned by Hollywood colour specialists, it delivers a picture authentic to the movie-ma… Read more
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If JL are price matching them, then that is indeed strange. I mean I got them twice to price match with this Emporium and had a refund back for the difference. At the time I wasn't aware Emporium being dodgy/scam.


Woow awesome!!! I might have to try too :D


Yes. Amazingly!


Yep :D


Nice! (y)

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Panasonic TX-65FZ802B OLED £2245 @ TPS
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Lovely set, £250 cheaper than anywhere else - at the moment!
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Yeah that should do it. Just a shame that you’d need an extra bit of kit at the price you’re already paying, especially when lg and Samsung offer 4 full fat ones.


True, though a matrix splitter for around £40 would perhaps be an acceptable solution if the need arose? £40 Amazon


Great set. Only issue is it only has 2 full bandwidth hdmi ports so if you need to plug in more uhd kit you have to buy a separate hdmi hub


I have this arriving on Thursday.


They do, but the hardware and software is different, and produce a better picture to some (see this years HDTVTest shootout)

PANASONIC TX-49FX555B 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £379 / PANASONIC TX-55FX555B 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £479 @ Currys
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Currys have now reduced these nice 4K TVs by a further £20 :) PANASONIC TX-49FX555B 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - Was £399.00 Now £379.00 4K Ultra HD with HDR10 Ca… Read more
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Vestel on wikipedia The FX5xx appears to be 'entry level' 4k model in 2018 line up, so no surprise they have subcontracted to Vestel, as they have done in the past few years for entry level 3xx and 4xx HD models.


If these are not real Panny's, why would they put their name to something that is sub standard made from cheap parts?


Might as well buy a Bush or Toshiba - they're all made in the same factory by Vestel These are not real Panasonic TVs! If you want a budget TV, buy a Hisense. Moderate price range? Samsung Money to burn? Samsung, Real Panasonic sets or Sony premium models.


49 still showing £399


Hot.. even better now :)

Panasonic TX-55FX550B 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2018 Model) - Black [Energy Class A] £479 @ Amazon
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynamic range): Up to 4x HD resolution for more detailed picture 4K Netflix video streaming: Get to Netflix straight from the remote (subscription requi… Read more
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It will upscale 1080p content to 4k


This is SPARTA ..... (mad)


I got 10 years old Panasonic 42” and I want new tv but this one don’t want to die works like day one Samsung’s and LG have in past ( don’t know now) many tv dying because of poor design or design in purpose to die by putting high heat emitting parts close to lower heat resistant ones


Does this mean this TV is not 1080 HD?


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Panasonic TX-49FX550B 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2018 Model) - Black [Energy Class A] £379 @ Amazon
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynamic range): Up to 4x HD resolution for more detailed picture 4K Netflix video streaming: Get to Netflix straight from the remote (subscription requi… Read more
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4k at this price will give terrible HD and SD, and average 4k picture....unless you have an expensive and decent AV Receiver to do the scaling, or watch nothing but excellent 4k sources.....then AVOID!


An extra £20 gets you a Panasonic, HDMI cable plus 5 years guarantee


May aswell get the 49” toshiba from Tesco for £269. You can paint over the badge ;)


Vestel I believe so stay clear


When I went in to a Panasonic store the budget tvs (this price range) were awful What's this one like?

Panasonic TX-43FX550B 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV w/ Freeview £329 @ Amazon
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynamic range): Up to 4x HD resolution for more detailed picture 4K Netflix video streaming: Get to Netflix straight from the remote (subscription requi… Read more
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HotUKDeals bargain hunters beware, these black Friday TVs are often cheaper versions of better models: cheaper components specifically wrapped in promotions and discounts to make as much money as possible on the frenzy. Buy a tv after Christmas. Far better deals then.


Anyone know if the is better than the LG’s Going for the same sort of price (6400 & 6750)


This Is not made by Vestal (annoyed)


Okay, so this is put together by Vestel, but that doesn’t necessarily mean bad. I have the tx43fx555b, not sure if this set is mostly the same, but yes even the remote has a cheaper feel than a genuine panasonic, however it’s a fully backlit panel and adjusting the picture settings well should get you good results, there was no mention of apps apart from netflix on the description for the 555 model yet it had other apps including prime video. For the money this is a good tv, despite being a vestel

Sony Bravia  KD55AF8 OLED TV only £1799 with 5yr warranty at John Lewis & Partners
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
CHEAPER THAN EVERYONE ELSE - Sony KD55AF8 OLED TV only £1799 with 5yr warranty
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I've just got the Sony af9. It's a thing of beauty! Absolutely love it, but it's so expensive. I think it's miles better than the LGs, but double the price? Not sure if it's THAT good. However, I love it and I'm not looking back <3


Waiting for a better deal for this one. I've made my mind made up to buy it. Seems like the best around the price range


This was 1700 at powerdirect a few days ago


Wondering the same, though I am not convinced Sony have sorted their Dolby Vision yet


I like this one but I had made my mind up to buy this one although the Sony is dearer it looks like a very good buy. Any comments on the 2 TVs. Panasonic TX-55FZ802B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play/Freesat HD, Ultra HD Premium Certified, Black £1,499.00

PANASONIC TX-49FX555B 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £399 / PANASONIC TX-55FX555B 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £499 @ Currys
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Decent sets for the cash i think, has the usual 4K UHD, Smart / HDMI 3.0, USB, Internet enabled and all the jazz that goes with it. Full links and specs below you can also save… Read more
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Mine arrived, looks lovely but burnt out pixel within a day and the buttons on the remote are driving me crazy so will just return. Shame as seemed like such a good deal.


Is this TV and the one on the link below the same? If so, then the Richer Sounds one comes with a 6 year guarantee!


me too. Let me know what other options are there please. Maximum 350 is my budget.


Who's talking out of their ares then?


These sets are not vestals. Anything below 40" is likely to be but anything above is from Panasonic themselves

Panasonic TX-49FX750B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £899 at John Lewis & Partners
Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
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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Good luck on your next TV purchase!


We’ve had a 43 inch Panasonic Viera since 2012 without any issues and as we have Panasonic family, soundbox, DVD player, and hard drive recorder that are all networked together and work fro a single remote, it makes sense to stick with Panasonic. Having recently stayed with friends that own a Panasonic 40 inch 4K UHD we were really impressed by the picture quality and also the fact that the TVs remote control is virtually unchanged it’s virtually a no brainer for us to go with Panasonic again. I think TVs are very subjective items and personally I wouldn’t buy one simply on price or reviews from a website and there are quite a few places to see them in the flesh such John Lewis, Curry etc, unless you live out in the sticks. I have seen a Sony in John Lewis and was impressed by the picture but there was no Panasonic equivalent on show at the time to compare it with. It’s very likely that we will buying the Panasonic quite soon, so maybe we will be better placed to give an honest opinion after a short period of ownerships.


Can anyone reccomend best 55 inch tv for about 550 pounds


Interesting....can you suggest a 55 inch TV?


Hmmm, this, or this:

Panasonic TX-49FX550B 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2018) now £399 delivered @ Amazon (Panasonic TX-55FX550B 55" £499)
Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
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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What's the panel in this


So there's a difference between hd and 4k or does one replace the other.


Soon? I already have a 8K t.v for 2 weeks now.


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.

Panasonic TX-43FX550B 43-Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2018 Model) @ Amazon
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
I don't know much about Panasonic TV's. Do you think this would be worth a shot or hold out until BF?

Vestel have their place, supermarket own brands for example but a Panasonic (premium) badge on a generic Vestel chassis is a disgrace – but sadly legal.


: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

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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Temptation removed! I would have bought this if it were not for the various worries I had about motion issues. I don't really want to compromise when I am dropping £2k on a TV! Holding out for either the updated version of this panny or an LG in black friday sales.


Expired out of stock.


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

Panasonic 55FX700B 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV £599.89 @ Costco
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Features - 55” UHD 4K screen, amazing for sports and movies - x3 HDMI - connect your consoles, set top boxes and bluray player - Support for multiple HDR formats including HDR10 an… Read more

Yes, very happy with it. Can't fault the picture, but think the Panasonic has a slight edge - warmer perhaps? 10inch difference, so difficult to properly judge. You have 3 months with Costco to request a refund if you're not happy - they happily collect free of charge


The 2018 models are pretty good. The only thing I don't like is that its a VA panel rather than IPS (personal preference). The Smart features are meant to be really good too.


Is the Hisense decent?


I had the 600B, which I returned for the recent hukd 65inch Hisense at Richersounds. Very basic features and would not play mkv and only a handful of mp4 files. Picture was good out of the box, though

PANASONIC TX-55EZ952B 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1199.97  Currys
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
op features: - OLED screen delivers immersive 4K Ultra HD visuals - Smart TV offers access to catch-up and streaming services - Freeview Play lets you scroll back to watch yo… Read more

Calibrated mine using a few different videos on YouTube and from avforum. Have all the processing turned off, some people say Intelligent Frame Creation might be needed for football etc, but I haven't noticed anything mot being smoothed when watching HDR movies and films etc.


Is it actually in stock anywhere?


No I just use the built in settings, I find dynamic picture to be a bit too bright so tend to use THX bright room setting.


to be fair,panel is not everything and alot more is envolved,board design,image processor,build quality,engineering. that’s why there is so much difference in picture quality,build quality,reliability,etc between different OLED TVsdespite all of them using LG OLED panels.


Good news, thanks! Do you use any extra image processing to achieve that?

Panasonic TX-55FX700B 55" at Hughes for £699
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Panasonic TX-55FX700B 55" at Hughes for £699
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PANASONIC TX-49EX580B 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with voucher £422.10 @ Currys
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
PANASONIC TX-49EX580B 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with voucher £422.10 @ Currys
Panasonic tx-49ex580b 49" Tv 422.10 once code LSTV10 is applied bargain I think for 4k Whts your thoughts?

This is back in stock, price is £429


That didn't last long.


The first person in the history of Android TV to suggest it is a good thing... Dire. I'd actively avoid it being integrated in my set.


Wait you paid £70 for 3 hdmi cables :o Was the sales assistant wearing a mask


I would always stick with Panasonic, I prefer the picture quality on these rather than any other brand but that's only my personal opinion obviously. Pop in to a John Lewis or any store where you can check both and see how you feel. Although don't be misled by the promotional videos as those are not like the ones which you will watch on the tv all the time. Look for fast moving objects, black levels and colours, play a little bit with the settings if you can as the default ones are not the best on any TV in stores.

Offer valid until 28/08/2018 - £699 for Panasonic TX-55FX700B 55" HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV. Hughes Bank-holiday deal, Applicable to many other TV's available at Hughes.
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Offer valid until 28/08/2018 - £699 for Panasonic TX-55FX700B 55" HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV. Hughes Bank-holiday deal, Applicable to many other TV's available at Hughes.
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Thanks, will wait for a deal on the NU8000.


The Samsung is better.


Inferior than last year's EX700B mainly on account of using IPS panels. If you can still get hold of the 58EX700B then do so.




Had this tv, blacks are pixelated and motion blur. Always go for Samsung.

Panasonic tx-49fx650b - £515.98 instore @ Costco (Gateshead)
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Panasonic tx-49fx650b - £515.98 instore @ Costco (Gateshead)
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Found this Panasonic tx-49fx650b in Costco Gateshead today. Looks to be on offer till 04/09/2018. Next best price I could see online was circa £620 so seems like a good deal to m… Read more
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No idea sorry. Was just passing through looking at TV's as my current Panasonic is on its way out.

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