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Panasonic TX-55GZ950B (2019) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV + Vivanco PRO14 HDMI Cable High Speed - £999 delivered using code @ RGB Direct
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Panasonic’s GZ950 OLED TV is compatible with multiple HDR formats, including Dolby Vision, for cinematic visuals as the original director intended, powered by the HCX PRO Intellige… Read more



That's that settled then! Thanks!


5 years with JL too. (y)


Wondering if I'm better getting JL to price match or ordering from RGB seeing as they say there's a free 5 year warranty from Panasonic?


Absolutely! Mine's only just over 4 years old (55" Panasonic 4K TX55CX680B - £699 from Richer Sounds with a free 6 year warranty) and it seems very small now. Can't justify replacing it though!

Panasonic TX-43HX940B (2020) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV 43" - £899.99 / £674.99 delivered using code with Early Buyer Program @ Panasonic
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Early buyer program from Panasonic. Only 10 pieces at a discount when using code. HX Series which is from their 2020 range of LED TVs. Free delivery Premium Picture and Sound Q… Read more

Can't compare these at all for so many reasons. 1. New Vs refurb 2. Completely different sizes. 3. Different models with this deal being newer and higher spec


At this price not good at all, better grab a refurbished one like this - when available.


I've owned two Panasonic TVs now. I bought a TX-49FX750 LED last year as my entry into 4K/HDR TV. Whilst I'm loathe to admit it, I wouldn't buy Panasonic again. I bought into all the hype but frankly ended up disappointed. Apps are a particular problem in that you can't add new ones or update the ones that are on there. I'm running Disney+ from my Fire Box (in 720p only) for that reason. Also, the native YouTube app can't play some videos in 4K without constant pausing. I'll buy a 4K Fire Box to fix these issues when it next drops in price but TBH, you shouldn't have to do this in this day & age. And despite this being a reasonably pricy, branded TV, don't expect any kind of software update... like ever! My TV came with HDR10+ but not Dolby Vision. The newer TVs do get DV support. They could issue a firmware update to add DV support to their older TVs but won't. The 4K Fire Box supports both formats & that's how I plan to fix the issue but why can't Panasonic step up to do this? Then there's the picture quality. If I put it on Dynamic, I can get a picture where I can see lots of details but then the subtitles are way too bright. I've fiddled with the settings to no avail. So in short, as a Panasonic owner, I'd say DON'T buy this. Buy a lesser TV & a 4K Fire Box. It will be cheaper & a lot less frustrating experience.


Is the warranty with john Lewis? can't see any warranty details. Also which is better this Panasonic or this LG


Expensive for a LCD at this size. Need to look this one up before voting. Didn't know they did high spec models in this size anymore

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV Freeview Play Refurbished £854.99 @ Panasonic / eBay
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Our premium OLED televisions are both tuned and used by Hollywood experts as part of the post-production picture sign-off process. THX was founded by legendary filmmaker George Lu… Read more

Future proof in terms of HDMI bullet points yes. Picture quality is another matter, there are compromises when in HDR, near black levels etc.


Nowt to thank me for but you welcome nonetheless mate, I come from the angle of having been someone who was eyeing up the GZ2000 for months and months waiting for the right price drop to bite but eventually came round to opting for the C9 because it was as future proof as is available right now on the gaming front.


Thanks @MRP & @SpeakEnglish for explaining. I have a soft spot for Panasonic stuff, currently got a TX40C680b and have been keeping an eye on oled for a while. Whilst I can fit a 55 inch TV it does involve pulling the TV cabinet out into the room so ideally I'm waiting for more 50 inch OLEDs to join the ranges. Saying that I love a bargain and having the TV stand pulled foreward isn't the end of the world. It's good to have more insight as to the differences, I used to be very up on TVs but stopped following somewhere around the death of plasma, mainly to preserve my wallet (lol)


Depends. Panasonic havent bothered with 120hz so far and their smart tv is much more basic (but to the point). Buying a 4k tv for HDMI 2.1 is mostly a box ticking aspect. Zero games have been announced with HDMI 2.1 features. Only one game with 120hz announced (likely at 1080p which actually puts it in the HDMI 2.0 category) with a 4K at 60 mode. Developers will priroritse their 4K 30 and 60hz games for obvious reasons. The main feature of HDMI 2.1 will be 8K playback and no one will support HDMI 2.1 fully until after the coinsoles are released. What you will get with the GZ950 is one of the absolute best picture quality out of any TV (Ahead of any LG) to date. Superior near black handling, better motion, HDR handling to conisistency across all modes. This TV is also fully calibrated out of the box! Nothing to tweak in terms of colour etc (peace of mind). which is a huge deal(and peace of mind) in this price range.


U can add a 3 year warranty for £45 with the Sony..

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55" UHD 4K Dolby Atmos OLED TV £1,099 at Hughes
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Best price I can find for a new one of these online. £1,099 with code FLASHSALE100

This hands down


You're very welcome @Synesok and I'm glad if you found what I said a little useful. I'm confident you'll be happy with the Philips (but as I mentioned before, both very good TVs you've shortlisted down to, just a matter of looking at your own preferences really to lean in a particular direction. The £100 saved being used towards beefing up your sound is definitely a good idea! Ambilight is pretty popular in our house and definitely can add an extra something in terms of immersiveness imo, or simply just be used as a bias light or switched off. The SDR to HDR conversion (Perfect Natural Reality) is also really quite good for non-hdr content and also worth giving a try. You'll have to let me know your verdict (y)




Thanks for that, I'm gonna get the Phillips. Because as you say really I'm probably not going to know the difference (esp as only one of them will ever be in my house) but the ambilight might be good and a £100 saving can go to better soundbar.. Thaknks again, appreciate it.


Hdmi 2.1?

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PANASONIC TX-55GX555B 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £329 with code at Currys PC World
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Nice offer here, hope it helps. Specification MPN: TX-55GX555B On-mode power consumption: 86 W Annual power consumption: 125 kWh Energy efficiency class: A+ Speakers: 2 Sou… Read more

Nice one thanks (y)


It's a true Panasonic, but assembled by a third party. The GX550b is a Vestel TV, branded as Panasonic (Panasonic only have a small influence over the cosmetics, it's not fully designed by them).


It's TX-49EX580B


Its TX-49EX580B


Get the 58" Hitachi from Argos over this. It's the same manufacturer, cheaper, and with better picture processing / upscaling.

Panasonic TX-55GX551B GX550 55 Inch TV Smart 4K Ultra HD, £360.05 at AO/ebay with code
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
A bit cheaper with code, nice TV set for the money. Brand Panasonic Freeview Play Yes 4K Ultra HD Yes HDR Yes BBC iPlayer Yes Pixel Resolution 3840 x 2160 Scart Sockets No Spea… Read more

Noting wrong with a real Panny. GX 700 and above. GX 700 been on here after times this month around the £350 mark.


I'm not too clued up on what's available just now sorry. I know the lg 55" one the other day for 349 at argos and amazon was a steal but they are done now 😔


I see - thanks for the advice. Will avoid. Any recommendations?


Because it's not a "true" Panasonic. It's a lower cost version produced in Turkey and they are well known for having issues a plenty. I got one and it's already been replaced as the sound stopped working and the panel itself was on the way out by the time they came and picked it up for repair. To be fair it WAS repaired and has been OK since, however I don't have much faith in it lasting too much longer and some of the previous niggles are starting to reappear bit by bit. Im not going to complain too much as it was cheap at the time and good value considering the size of it, but it's certainly got some pretty major issues.


I own this TV. Nothing wrong with picture/sound etc. For the price it's very good. However it's been plagued with issues. Freezes, resets, non responsive. I'm currently exchanging with John Lewis.

Panasonic 65 Inch Smart TV, 4k, HDR (TX65GX700B) - £539.10 @ Hughes Direct eBay
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Cheapest I've ever seen this model... Spotted this Panasonic 65 inch TV and thought it was a very good price with the current 'PICKME' code on EBAY, being sold by Hughes Direct :… Read more

£579 with code TV20 (y)


Thanks George (y) that echoes what I'd generally heard in the past as well


Panasonic models GX7xx ,GX8xx,and Oleds are panasonic made,I'm sure everything under the GX7xx is vestel made. This is a good price.Panasonic outlet on ebay is £110 dearer for a refurb and 1 year warranty. (shock) George


That's always true with Richer Sounds or those offering 5 Year Warranty etc (y) £60 for the extra years of warranty will be a worthwhile investment/peace of mind for many :)


A bit more expensive at £599 from Richer Sounds but with a 6 year guarantee if that's important to you

Panasonic TX-50GX700B 50" 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - £319 @ Box
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Fantastic amount of Panasonic for very little cost. USB HDD RECORDING The Easiest Way to Store Your Favourite Programmes TV programmes can be recorded onto an external USB hard… Read more

Link is 404 and can’t seem to find it on the site, has it been removed? Shame as this is the tv I was looking for and should’ve bought when ebay had the 20% offer recently.


Nice one @MrSwitch (y)


Proper Panasonic, good find (y)


Not yet in stock - "Coming soon" Am very interested in this one (y)


Cheers buddy :)

Panasonic TX-65GZ950B 65" OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV 5 Year Warranty - £1645 @ Electrical Experience
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Combining OLED technology with Hollywood talent, the Panasonic TX65GZ950B is a true class-leader. OLED for maximum contrast Using individual Organic Light-Emitting Diodes, OLED sc… Read more
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Glad 2 be of help (y)


Mate this deal has caused me 10 days of agonising mental torture dealing with curry's customer support. On three occasions they matched the price and then either their website errored or I was cut off on the phone mid order. So each call was an hour and a half long and it was usually two to three calls a day until today where the phone was answered by a person who worked in the sales team and wasn't a member off staff forced to cover the phones. This time I started the call with confirming stock level and then raising the price match. I was near completion on the order and the phone cut off again but the operator proved to be an angelic figure and finalised the order. I just got the confirmation email from currys while I was on hold for another 30 minutes trying to get in touch with sales. Curry's are not happy about this price match that's for sure but after 10 days of extreme tenacity from my part I was the successor. I didn't not take the team knowhow cover as I won't be buying from currys ever again. If the TV has accidental damage I'll claim through my home insurance and purchase from electrical experience or richer sounds. Only reason I had to use curries was because I had a team "don't" knowhow voucher for 1300 quid to use up. Can't thank you enough for posting this deal OP




Thanks so much for posting this deal. I’d been looking over details and prices for days and then I noticed Richer Sounds are offering £400 off the Panasonic SCHTB900 sound bar when bought with any 4K TV at the moment. I phoned yesterday and asked if they would honour the sound bar discount alongside this Price Match. I was told by telesales they would need to check with their supervisor and received a call back within the hour to say they would, so I went for it and got both for £1,824 (y)


did TPS get back to you?

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV +5 Year Warranty - £1,039 @ Electrical Experience
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Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Using Hollywood knowhow to make the most of its OLED screen, the Panasonic TX-55GZ950B delivers the truest picture quality. OLED for maximum contrast Using individual Organic Li… Read more

I'd seen a review of the 55OLED754 saying it was the best value for money as I'm looking for a new TV. However so much around after a simple look on hot UK Deals and now I'm confused


Got mine and dead chuffed. Can someone tell me the hierarchy of formats? SD < HD < 1080p < 4k are pretty straight forward, but then hdr, uhdr, Dolby vision etc? Just confusing when on Prime Video and Netflix to see which is the best. Sorry if this is a stupid question!


Brilliant, I nearly got the w1070 but went for the optoma GT1080 for short throw. Am a Panny fan but also considering the LG B9 or C9 for a bit more future proofing on the gaming side...ah tough choices to make!


My God, that is exactly me, even down to the same plasma model! That's what I've replaced. I still think it's brilliant TV. I've only just set up the new TV tonight and need to play about with settings tomorrow but first impressions of 4K content are sensational. I love my projector too (by any chance do you have a BenQ 1070?!) but the 4K is just crystal clear. I think both the 4K TV and the projector will have their place. I'd also recommend the 65 inch to make the most of the picture quality. I just decided 55 wouldn't be a big enough change and I'm very happy with my choice (well, based on one hour's viewing tonight!)


Thanks, am having a dilemma, I feel like it's time to get a 4k tv, however I have an old Panasonic 50inch GT from the last line of plasmas, but also I use a 1080p projector. My usage is typically 50% films, 30% series on netflix prime, 20% gaming. Is a new 4k tv, 55 or 65 going to improve on my projector or not really?!

Panasonic TX55GZ950B 55" OLED UHD 4K Dolby Atmos Smart TV + 6 Year Guarantee, down from £1199 to £989 delivered @ Richer Sounds
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
To do this I phoned Richer Sounds about this TV being advertised on the Tekzone website. Tekzone advertise it at £1,0… Read more

It states on the RS website that it must be in stock so just hoping that Tekzone get more in (skeptical)


Ahh s*it! I was doing the same tomorrow. If you get any joy with rs can you let me know so I can order too. Cheers mate


Ah for God sake, I'm in the same boat! I literally decided on this model last night after weeks, thinking I would order today if RS were open and now it's out of stock at Tekzone (shock) I doubt they will price match if it's oos.


I don't believe it. Phoned RS yesterday at 5:05. closed. Not open till Monday. Ok, I've dithered for months to make a decision I can happily wait another 2 days. Now out of stock at tekzone. I presume RS only price match in stock items? Grrrrr


Basic but given apps are good and highly compatible.

Panasonic TX-65GX561B 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black £599 @ Amazon
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Panasonic TX-65GX561B 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play, Black

Yes vestel turkey shame


It's big but it's poor value considering its based on the same TV as the 65" Toshiba U29. Both are manufactured by Vestel. The Toshiba is only £430 at The same TV with slightly different cosmetics and a different badge, only £170 less.

Refurbished Panasonic TX-58GX820B 58 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play £325 @ panasonic_outlet ebay
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Really good TV. I got the 50 inch for £385 a couple of weeks ago and that was a bargain. Whoever gets this one is getting the best deal ever! It is refurbished but mine looked bran… Read more

The pedestal stand is of model Panasonic TX-65GX700B, I was able to put it looking at the instructions for that model, so all good for now. TV looks new and all working fine.


Yeah you're right actually they look different to ours and the one in the manual - how annoying for you, hopefully they can send the correct ones soon (y)


And do you see my top 2 pieces different than your, or it it same? Looking at the instructions the one I received look different


I didn’t receive that flat plate, so I emailed them back to send one.


Just received mine and put it together - you need to attach to two top pieces to the big flat stand base (not in your picture). Hoping you did get that piece?? It's part G - I'd recommend using the full manual for instructions as the quick-start sheet is limited.

Panasonic TX-55GZ950B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV @ panasonic outlet ebay
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Expired !! Refurbished!! Odd as it was in the brand new section !!!! Seems a decent price for a highly rated OLED tv. Even though sold by panasonic, not sure it qualifies for th… Read more

That makes sense. Tbh I'd be very surprised if this was at this price and not refurbished.


Says refurbished in the description but was originally in the new product section. I expired it as it isnt new its refurbished


Says refurbished in the description but was originally in the new product section. I expired it as it isnt new its refurbished


Says refurbished in the description but was originally in the new product section. I expired it as it isnt new its refurbished .


I bought this when it was up for £812 using an eBay code a few weeks ago. So far so good. Great picture etc. Only time will tell if the saving was worth less warranty.

Panasonic TX-55GX550B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £304.99 delivered with code @ Panasonic eBay
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Back in stock as of 1st May
Spotted this new 55 inch new Panasonic TX-55GX550B 55 Inch SMART 4K - use code PERCENT20 to get for £304.99. Some reviews here Panasonic TX55GX550B 55 Smart 4K Ultra HD… Read more

no problem, thought was a decent price for a 55 inch tv


Wish they delivered to NI


Purchased 43inch Turkish made one from Costco last month for £250 had to return it, terrible picture quality and flimsy


thanks op..just logged in to say very much appreciate the deal,bargain at £304 for a 55in panny..for my 78yr old mama on lockdown save her eyes and along with my soul lol ; ) she wont be concerned about the vestel thing..its brand new from outlet delivered and for £304 =happy days


5 more in stock here

Panasonic TX-50GX550B 50 Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV £263.20 at Hughes/ebay with code
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Looks decent for the money, hope it helps.

Just an update. The 40GX800B arrived from Panasonic Outlet the day after I ordered it on Ebay (£350 - which is £150 less than anywhere else) It is stunning. We watched the first episode of Tales from the Loop on Prime in 4K and HDR and it was incredible. The detail, the contrast, a massive step up from the 32" HD Sony model it replaced. Just one thing, they forgot to send the power cable but it is a standard cable and I had one knocking about. They are sending one separately now.


Just Google 'Panasonic EBay Outlet store' then check it each day. I nearly bought a 150 quid sound bar for 40 quid at the weekend. I hesitated and then it was gone.




This TV or the slightly more expensive Samsung?


Look at buying a telly and curious why you say that? Thanks in advance.

Panasonic TX-65GX800B FREE 7 Year Warranty - FREE Wall Bracket £995 at TPS UK
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
OMP M7225 Fixed TV Wall mount Ultra HD 4K LED Television HCX Processor HDR Bright Panel Plus Dolby Vison Compatible Dolby Atmos Compatible Adaptive Backlight Dimming USB HDD recor… Read more

Thus tv is less than 1000 in many places and had been for a while. This is a very basic edge lit tv and is next to useless for HDR. Won't discuss further, anyone looking to buy, head over to AVforums for some very helpful advice.


That link is for sub £1000 TVs posted yesterday & this has just gone under that today? (confused)


All professional reviewers would disagree. And so too would AV enthusiasts.


I disagree! This Panasonic has a much better picture (y)


I agree, it's better in every way except that annoying light blooming issue, otherwise I'd have bought one by now. This deal is OK but the Sony is a better TV.

Panasonic TX-65FX700B, 65 Inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR10+, Freeview Play, Smart TV - £749 @ Very
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
VERY (cheeky) good price ;) ;) ;) The Panasonic TX-65FX700B 65 Inch 4K TV Gives You Spectacular Visuals On An Epic Scale. Breathtaking 3840 x 2160-resolution picture qualit… Read more

Isn't this model like 2 years old now, I'm sure I've seen the 55 inch version of this 1.5 years and it had awful image quality particularly the brightness


I'm gonna go cold, this is not a good TV for the money.

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