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Panasonic 50EX750B £640 Very with new customer 20%
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Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
I posted this at a different retailer before but Very have reduced their price to £799 but if you are a new customer you get 20% off and 12 months to pay. I am going to get this … Read more
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Disco.Dave15 h, 36 m ago

Panasonic give you there own 5 year warranty


Not according to the Panasonic website. It has to be a 'participating retailer' and I can find no information to suggest Very is a participating retailer. You'd think a free 5 year warranty would be something they'd shout about. They do however allow you to purchase the 5 year warranty at £99
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Razzadaza11 h, 36 m ago

Worth pointing out, this only comes with 1 year warranty. It is more …Worth pointing out, this only comes with 1 year warranty. It is more expensive at Currys, Hughes, etc, but they all come with the 5 year warranty extension


Panasonic give you there own 5 year warranty
Worth pointing out, this only comes with 1 year warranty. It is more expensive at Currys, Hughes, etc, but they all come with the 5 year warranty extension
I doubt it's been reduced. All other store sell it for £799 or less.
I swear this model panasonic was compared favourably in a review of a KS9000 series Samsung... or i might be mistaken
Panasonic 50EX700B 50 Inch 4K HDR Smart TV £439 w/ code @ Currys
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Recently dropped in price to the £500 mark across retailers but use code PANALSTVDIR to get for £439 deivered 4K Ultra HD HDR Catch-up & 4K Streaming Picture quality: … Read more
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AD72 h, 42 m ago

What settings are you using out of interest?


I went through both of these,

EX750 Calibration Video

EX700 Settings

For the EX700 Settings, click the first picture in the post. This will provide access to all the pictures with the settings. This gives a base and then tweak it to how you want.
I stupidly bought this without using the voucher code ( yes.. I know). Is there any way Currys would honour the code post purchase?
wackyraces21 h, 29 m ago

I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and …I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and do not get any motion blur. Picture has been excellent so far. I don't do gaming, so unable to comment on that.


What settings are you using out of interest?
PINOY710717th Feb

Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined …Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined as they said they cannot find it on Curry's website showing the code for £60 off.



Hi,

I used the online chat and gave them the link to check it out with the code and they matched it and sent me a reservation invoice to my local store. They also offered to take payment for delivery there and then.

Yaz
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PINOY710717th Feb

Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined …Can I ask how you got the price match. For some reason I'm being declined as they said they cannot find it on Curry's website showing the code for £60 off.

Great thanks. I might bite the bullet and go for it now
wackyraces2 h, 6 m ago

I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and …I've spent quite a bit of time tweaking the various settings on the TV and do not get any motion blur. Picture has been excellent so far. I don't do gaming, so unable to comment on that.

Panasonic 50EX750B £799 John Lewis
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Found 11th FebFound 11th Feb
Been looking at this for a few weeks and just noticed a slight price drop. Same price at Currys as well with 1.5% TCB
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It was the manager I spoke with .He said rs were giving a extra year warranty which other retailers didn't offer.
He stated rs offered industry leading warranty so as per their terms and conditions any price match had to Inc like for like warranty . Ultimately I suppose it depends on the product if it's in demand of not .If they need to shift a certain tv then might be in luck but it's definitely not a given price match on everything as clearly stated on their price match page.
rickj2 h, 11 m ago

You were obviously lucky on that one especially if Panasonic promotion …You were obviously lucky on that one especially if Panasonic promotion wasn't running before Xmas .Checked with my local branch and as before won't price match unless competitor offers 6 year warranty which no one does.


Nothing lucky about it. The 5yr warranty promo by Panasonic has been running for months.

Richer Sounds pricematch 5yr warranties (and give an extra year), as they deem a 5yr warranty to be an acceptable equivalent. If someone at RS told you otherwise, I suggest you speak to customer services or the specific store manager.
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theyiddo11th Feb

Panasonic are giving a free 5 yr warranty with this TV, so yes, Richer …Panasonic are giving a free 5 yr warranty with this TV, so yes, Richer Sounds will (and do) pricematch Hughes - I should know, I got them to pricematch Hughes before Xmas and give me the 6yr warranty.[Image]


You were obviously lucky on that one especially if Panasonic promotion wasn't running before Xmas .
Checked with my local branch and as before won't price match unless competitor offers 6 year warranty which no one does.
Very tempted.....
rickj1 h, 11 m ago

Richer sounds only price match like for like eg 6 year warranty.Might …Richer sounds only price match like for like eg 6 year warranty.Might match the likes of Jlewis with their 5 year warranty but they won't match a company offering just 12 month nor should they as it's definitely not like for like is it.


Panasonic are giving a free 5 yr warranty with this TV, so yes, Richer Sounds will (and do) pricematch Hughes - I should know, I got them to pricematch Hughes before Xmas and give me the 6yr warranty.

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Panasonic 50EX700B 50 Inch 4K HDR Smart TV + 5yr Guarantee £499 @ John Lewis
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Was recently selling at £549, now reduced to £499. With John Lewis' 5yr Guarantee, for peace of mind. Believe this is online only. Specs List! 4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynami… Read more
neillyd11th Feb

Further to my earlier post, I just rang JL and mentioned I'd bought this …Further to my earlier post, I just rang JL and mentioned I'd bought this model for £549 only 2 weeks ago - they honoured their '28 day price promise' and refunded me £50!! Thanks OP #HEEEEEEAT


I've just managed to get them to price match the Currys £439 deal/glitch. Maybe have another word with them.
justicesj12 h, 22 m ago

Yes whenever the patents expire and others enter the oled market, Prices …Yes whenever the patents expire and others enter the oled market, Prices will come down due to competition. By then there will probably be new tech.


It’s nothing to do with patents. Only LG are capable of getting a decent yield of fully working OLEDs, and therefore are the only manufacturer who can manufacture and supply them at a financially viable level.
sionyboy1 h, 0 m ago

At this price point/size, I'd be looking at:Philips 50PUS6272 - £459 @ …At this price point/size, I'd be looking at:Philips 50PUS6272 - £459 @ AmazonSamsung UE50MU6100/6120 - £459 @ AmazonBut out of these 3 sets, only the Panasonic supports a wide color gamut, so you'll get some benefit out of HDR.However, if you are not planning on utilising 4k content, and tend to stick to SDTV/DVD/Bluray, I'd probably advise opting for a FHD set, Samsung UE49M5500/5520. You can get those for about 379.

Thanks for the reply.

I have a PS4 pro that so far has been used to get 60fps rather than 4K but it could be used for that instead and basic HDR.

When I looked a few months ago the Samsung didn't look as good as the Panasonic and in the flesh it didn't seem like much of an upgrade, whereas the Panasonic did (it's possibly my eyes or the settings but the Panasonic seemed a lot more vibrant whereas the Samsung was quite flat) at that point I liked the Panasonic, the Samsung 6400 and the Sony 8004 but thats not dropped in price like the Panasonic and Samsung have.

The Phillips I've not seen so I will do a little research into that.
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probotron12 m ago

Just curious, for £500 is there anything better than this in a 49/50". I'm …Just curious, for £500 is there anything better than this in a 49/50". I'm on a LG full HD LCD TV that's 8 years old and £500 would be my Max budget if I was to get a new one. This looks a decent compromise for a low budget TV. I know there are better out there, but are there for the same Price? Many thanks in advance.



At this price point/size, I'd be looking at:

Philips 50PUS6272 - £459 @ Amazon
Samsung UE50MU6100/6120 - £459 @ Amazon

But out of these 3 sets, only the Panasonic supports a wide color gamut, so you'll get some benefit out of HDR.

However, if you are not planning on utilising 4k content, and tend to stick to SDTV/DVD/Bluray, I'd probably advise opting for a FHD set, Samsung UE49M5500/5520. You can get those for about 379.
Just curious, for £500 is there anything better than this in a 49/50". I'm on a LG full HD LCD TV that's 8 years old and £500 would be my Max budget if I was to get a new one. This looks a decent compromise for a low budget TV. I know there are better out there, but are there for the same Price? Many thanks in advance.
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Panasonic Viera TX-50DX802B Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR 50" LED TV 5 year guarantee £729 @ Currys with code
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Use code TV70 (credit Fifster03 ) to take the price from £799 to £729. Seems to equal the lowest it's been (apart from 17/12 when it was £699 for a day according to pricespy). Ex… Read more
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rporteo23 m ago

Is this definitely 3D? I’ve been on the casual look out for 4K and 3D for a …Is this definitely 3D? I’ve been on the casual look out for 4K and 3D for a while and not found one before.



Yes it is definitely 3D. This particular model is from 2016. Another model was released this year (2017) with 3D too but costs a little more than this one currently. currys.co.uk/gbu…tml


The voucher works on that model. Probably best to pay the £50 extra too as it has newer tech inside it.
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Is this definitely 3D? I’ve been on the casual look out for 4K and 3D for a while and not found one before.
Joe90_guy11 m ago

I bought a Panasonic Viera TV five years ago from Richer Sounds. It still …I bought a Panasonic Viera TV five years ago from Richer Sounds. It still works. However it's one of the few purchases I made that I regretted pretty quickly. The picture quality isn't that great. Dark scenes are almost indecipherable & the screen reflects badly. The 'smart' functions were nigh on useless and aged very badly. The Panasonic app store was very poor and nothing updated. I ended up going to a Fire box for stuff like stuff like TVCatchup. At the the time I was under the impression that Panasonic stuff was something special and paid over the odds for for the TV. I no longer think that. If I had my time again, I would have gone for a no-brand plain vanilla TV for half the price and upgraded to 4k more quickly.


Not sure what this comment has to do with this particular model. All TV manufacturers make TV's of varying quality.

Smart TV's have come a little way in 5 years but none are particularly great (in my mind) at this point in time.
I bought a Panasonic Viera TV five years ago from Richer Sounds. It still works.

However it's one of the few purchases I made that I regretted pretty quickly. The picture quality isn't that great. Dark scenes are almost indecipherable & the screen reflects badly. The 'smart' functions were nigh on useless and aged very badly. The Panasonic app store was very poor and nothing updated. I ended up going to a Fire box for stuff like stuff like TVCatchup.

At the the time I was under the impression that Panasonic stuff was something special and paid over the odds for for the TV. I no longer think that. If I had my time again, I would have gone for a no-brand plain vanilla TV for half the price and upgraded to 4k more quickly.
Thanks for posting and good deal....same set but refurbished can sometimes be found on Panasonic's eBay site for 699quid. So for 30quid more and a 5yr guarantee you get a new decent 4k tv....not bad. I believe the 3d is active, so additional glasses will cost you.....
PANASONIC VIERA TX-58DX802B Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR 58" LED TV with 5 Years Warranty  £829.00  Currys with code
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Great price for this tv with TV70 code which gives £70 off
Code has expired now
Can run smart IPTV app which is next big thing
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and also look for similar on YouTube. Good luck
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mikeevans422nd Jan

I have this TV, l have Netflix 4k and PS4 pro both great no complaints . …I have this TV, l have Netflix 4k and PS4 pro both great no complaints . First I've herd of input lag. Call of duty crisp and clear.



tony2111662nd Jan

I agree.Have the 802 downstairs ,& 902 upstairs,NO probs.Must be unlucky …I agree.Have the 802 downstairs ,& 902 upstairs,NO probs.Must be unlucky with the panel.It's a fantastic price!



mikeevans422nd Jan

I have this TV, l have Netflix 4k and PS4 pro both great no complaints . …I have this TV, l have Netflix 4k and PS4 pro both great no complaints . First I've herd of input lag. Call of duty crisp and clear.



tony2111662nd Jan

I agree.Have the 802 downstairs ,& 902 upstairs,NO probs.Must be unlucky …I agree.Have the 802 downstairs ,& 902 upstairs,NO probs.Must be unlucky with the panel.It's a fantastic price!

Hi guys.

What settings have you used?I bought this to before Christmas but not bowled over by the picture and find it quite dull and hazy.I also have problems like magroune had and not just with streamed content but also with terrestrial and sky. Many thanks.
Jbugman2 m ago

Is the Samsung ks7000 (if you can finding it)worth getting over this?



Yes.
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PANASONIC VIERA TX-50EX700B 50" ULTRA HD 4K HDR LED TV Refurbished by Panasonic - £399 @ Krish
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Manufacturer refurb & almost £200 cheaper than brand new. Stunning picture on this one if you check it out in Currys or RS. General Information: 50" Ultra HD 4K HDR LED Televi… Read more
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Shame, I would've gone for this bargain
no_Sunshine19 h, 22 m ago

This one is still in stock. Click the link and get it from Krish...


I was hoping to get the refurb price. I actually work for Panasonic but we don’t get discount as my position is an outsourced. I really like this tv and £354 is a good price even if it’s a refurb
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raijan2 h, 9 m ago

A Panasonic TV thread on HUKD and nobody has asked if it's a Vestel yet?


It isn't btw...
A Panasonic TV thread on HUKD and nobody has asked if it's a Vestel yet?
The refurbished TVs are mostly ok, however you could become a tester for a broken TV. Then you would need to prove it's not working or face paying postage to return. The refurbishment process is outsourced to service care they are out to make a profit over service.
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Panasonic TX-58DX802B smart 3D 4K ultra HD HDR 58” LED TV. £100 discount at John Lewis - £899
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Just priced matched this with Currys as I have a buy now pay six month later plan with them, I always prefer JL for their 5 years warranty but this TV is also given wi5h the 5 year… Read more
At least if you order this from JL and you realise you want quality you can upgrade to an OLED from LG.
innolux lcd make the screen then Panasonic poorly calibrate it. AV forums tested it and said it wasn't what they expected from Panasonic due to the joke picture accuracy. If you want a big TV that looks nice go for it. If you want a big TV with accurate colours look at other brands. 32959392-q23vK.jpg
See the backlight? Panasonic stopped making screens and stopped caring.
mail-stephens5 h, 27 m ago

This was one of the models we could choose from as part of an insurance …This was one of the models we could choose from as part of an insurance replacement, but the insurance company actually suggested that we overlook this model (all sizes) as they had received a lot of claims against this product historically.


This TV feels poorly made for Panasonic, sent it back due to poor picture.
This was one of the models we could choose from as part of an insurance replacement, but the insurance company actually suggested that we overlook this model (all sizes) as they had received a lot of claims against this product historically.
Richie4423 h, 40 m ago

Hi, I'm looking to buy the TV and wall mount it as well. Can I ask how you …Hi, I'm looking to buy the TV and wall mount it as well. Can I ask how you wall mounted the soundbar as I have read that it is attached to the stand? Once you remove the stand what then happens to the soundbar, is it just left hanging?


You can wall mount, although the mount points on the tv are quite low so you need to pick the correct mount. It comes with some brackets to mount the speaker to the wall
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Richie445 h, 27 m ago

Hi, I'm looking to buy the TV and wall mount it as well. Can I ask how you …Hi, I'm looking to buy the TV and wall mount it as well. Can I ask how you wall mounted the soundbar as I have read that it is attached to the stand? Once you remove the stand what then happens to the soundbar, is it just left hanging?


I actually upgraded to a 5.1 so never wall mounted it. Though I did use it for a while and pleasantly surprised.

Pretty sure it’s a couple of screws in the wall and it slots on.
PANASONIC VIERA TX-50EX700B 50" ULTRA HD 4K HDR LED TV (refurb) - £429 @ Krish
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Factory Refurb (customer returns etc) Direct from Euronics reseller 399.00 plus delivery Full manufacturers 12 month warranty Mint Condition. Next Day delivery is usually 39.9… Read more
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Great TV and gets mentioned as one of the best in it's class. Xbox One X looks fantastic on this with no noticeable lag.

At this price you'd be mad not to buy if you're looking to upgrade to 4K. Christ, I'm even trying to convince myself to buy it and I've already got one.
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AJ921 h, 13 m ago

So £430 with delivery and £480 on eBay with 3% tcb even though it's not g …So £430 with delivery and £480 on eBay with 3% tcb even though it's not guaranteed would still consider going to eBay.


Fair enough to each there own. With full warranty I'll save the 50
FlahertyDeals31 m ago

If TCB were still.doing 10pc ideal however it's 480 on there


So £430 with delivery and £480 on eBay with 3% tcb even though it's not guaranteed would still consider going to eBay.
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stuartc735 m ago

Or buy from Panasonic Outlet store on Ebay for peace of mind.


If TCB were still.doing 10pc ideal however it's 480 on there
stuartc735 m ago

Or buy from Panasonic Outlet store on Ebay for peace of mind.



You could indeed, £480 there.
Panasonic Viera TX 49ES500B - 49" LED Smart TV - 1080p Argos £341.10  with code TV10
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Use code TV10 to save 10% on this Panasonic TX-49ES500B 49 Inch Full HD Smart TV plus £10 voucher and u can add Now TV Smart Box for £10. There's plenty to watch on your Panasonic … Read more
miles16v11 h, 52 m ago

Ah, didn't see that.

​Sorry I wanted your opinion as I've ordered both and can't decide which to keep! At the moment I am planning on refusing delivery of the 49" 4K tesco TV.
germainsophie25th Nov

​Better than the Tesco deal for £299?


Ah, didn't see that.
miles16v4 h, 43 m ago

Now that black Friday has been I think this is still a cracking deal, bit …Now that black Friday has been I think this is still a cracking deal, bit I've not kept a super close eye on it!

​Better than the Tesco deal for £299?
Now that black Friday has been I think this is still a cracking deal, bit I've not kept a super close eye on it!
miles16v15 h, 58 m ago

Got mine earlier, happy with it, but I'm far from a TV expert. If your …Got mine earlier, happy with it, but I'm far from a TV expert. If your just a normal TV watcher who wants a nice TV then I think this is a bargain. If your more of a nerd and you want to tell your mates you've got a 4k TV then it probably isn't, but I doubt anyone who ever comes in my house would know whether it cost 320 quid or 2300 quid, me included.

​That's good to hear. I bought it for a bedroom as it was cheap (!) so might as well keep it then.
PANASONIC VIERA TX-50EX700B 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £639 (After Voucher) @ PCWorld
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Use voucher EX700 Top features: - Cinema-quality picture with 4K Multi HDR - Smoother, bolder images with Local Dimming and 1600 Hz BMR - Switch Design with adjustable feet … Read more
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paulpso

Still only 8bit though. When cranking up the cash beyond this point I'd … Still only 8bit though. When cranking up the cash beyond this point I'd start looking for an actual HDR screen with colours and brightness to show it.



Beyond the Samsung KS7/8/9000 series which is hard to come by now, there isn't much this side of £1000 that I know of.
kharma45

For £659 you're better off with last years … For £659 you're better off with last years DX750http://www.m.hughes.co.uk/vision/televisions/pan-tx50dx750b/productThere's also a five year guarantee if you register the product with Panasonic. That's assuming they've stock in store near you.



Still only 8bit though. When cranking up the cash beyond this point I'd start looking for an actual HDR screen with colours and brightness to show it.
Bitbotbang

Hahahhaah! A telly for £639 in 2017??? MUGGERY!!! Why can't you just get … Hahahhaah! A telly for £639 in 2017??? MUGGERY!!! Why can't you just get a Digihome or Polaroid from Asda and Tesco ffs!



Please be joking.
FrugalFergal

It has what reviews call 'psuedo' local dimming, 50hz panel that … It has what reviews call 'psuedo' local dimming, 50hz panel that struggles to reach 350 nits so the HDR experience is limited. The DX750 described above is better.



Not much in HDR, you'd want the DX902 if that's important.
PANASONIC VIERA TX-50EX700B 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £719.10 (After Voucher) @ Currys
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£719.10 with code 10LSTV nice tv
Only £10 more at Hughes(after £50 off code) with 5 years warranty
Panasonic Viera TX-49DS500B 49 Inch SMART Full HD LED TV Built In Freetime (Refurb from ebay Panasonic outlet with 1Year warranty) £299.99
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Spotted this . Thought it was an excellent price then realised they don't deliver to Northern Ireland :-( With its bright picture and easy-to-use smart features, the DS500 offers … Read more
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'the TX-49DS500B has Freetime built-in which lets you scroll back through … 'the TX-49DS500B has Freetime built-in which lets you scroll back through TV listings and watch programmes from catch-up services such as, BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 without having to open specific applications (you'll need a broadband internet connection).'


Useful info - any limitaitons with freetime - I thought it may only go back 7 days?
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afroylnt

Also not sure this TV has access to many of the catch channels think it … Also not sure this TV has access to many of the catch channels think it has freeview play in the main.Non-4k TVs seem to be finally coming down in price, seen some good deals lately.



​'the TX-49DS500B has Freetime built-in which lets you scroll back through TV listings and watch programmes from catch-up services such as, BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 without having to open specific applications (you'll need a broadband internet connection).'
Also not sure this TV has access to many of the catch channels think it has freeview play in the main.

Non-4k TVs seem to be finally coming down in price, seen some good deals lately.
I have this TV for my games room. The picture quality is very good, but motion handling is poor. Blurry and ghosty.
Graded  As New - 50 Panasonic TX-50DX700B 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD Smart LED HDR TV £449 electronicworldtv
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As above, Saw the 58 inch version get good reviews so thought this was good at the price.
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balsingh45818th May

Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that …Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that panasonic went down this route. Along with Sony, They used to make the best TVs


only their low end TVs are Vestel.
their mid range and high end ones are real Panasonic.
this is a midrange.
Niz

whats this, about Sony as well? when did this start happening!



​As far as i know, Sony aren't doing this.... Yet! I was just saying that back in the day Sony and panasonic churned out the best tvs
whats this, about Sony as well? when did this start happening!
balsingh458

Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that … Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that panasonic went down this route. Along with Sony, They used to make the best TVs


Agreed. What's the general consensus on who makes the best TVs nowadays, does anyone know?
Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that panasonic went down this route. Along with Sony, They used to make the best TVs
NIKWAX Tech Wash/TX Direct Waterproofing Detergent £4.86 @ Amazon (Prime)
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It's not a binary thing to be honest.I was really disappointed at first, … It's not a binary thing to be honest.I was really disappointed at first, after a big load of rain, was clammy right through a paramo aspira jacket.After it dried out could see that the waterproofing was patchy, after I put it through again it improved and a third time made it perfect but put it through once more.The waterproofing mostly stays in the item from my understanding and from trying it out.It's definitely a bit of BS going on though in terms of the marketing from my limited use at least.


Cool thanks for the tips and insight.
simba2585

I did follow the instructions carefully but didn't think i had to repeat … I did follow the instructions carefully but didn't think i had to repeat it that number of times.Would the water soak process before detergent mixing in the washing machine not just wash the product out anyway?



It's not a binary thing to be honest.
I was really disappointed at first, after a big load of rain, was clammy right through a paramo aspira jacket.
After it dried out could see that the waterproofing was patchy, after I put it through again it improved and a third time made it perfect but put it through once more.
The waterproofing mostly stays in the item from my understanding and from trying it out.

It's definitely a bit of BS going on though in terms of the marketing from my limited use at least.
robo989

It works good but you need to go through the process 3-4 times to get the … It works good but you need to go through the process 3-4 times to get the waterproofing up to how a garment should be from new, assuming it hasn't been done for ages.


I did follow the instructions carefully but didn't think i had to repeat it that number of times.

Would the water soak process before detergent mixing in the washing machine not just wash the product out anyway?
simba2585

Used this on my north face jackets. Wasn't that good.



It works good but you need to go through the process 3-4 times to get the waterproofing up to how a garment should be from new, assuming it hasn't been done for ages.
Used this on my north face jackets. Wasn't that good.
PANASONIC VIERA TX58DX750B @ Richersounds - £899
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PANASONIC VIERA TX58DX750B 58 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED TV Freeview Play Plus 6 year Guarantee
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Screen Size 58
HD Ready Y
1080p Full HD Ready Y
Pixel Resolution 3840 x 2160
Contrast Ratio NA
Brightness NA
Response Time NA
Motion Processing 1800Hz BMR IFC
LED Backlight Edge LED
3D TV Y
2D/3D Conversion Y
Number of 3D Glasses Included None
Analogue Tuner Y
Freeview Y
Freeview HD Y
Freesat HD N
Active/Passive Glasses 3DTV Active
Local Dimming Yes - Edge
4K Ultra HD Y
Twin Tuners N
OLED N
Curved Screen N
Freetime N
Ultra HD Premium N
YouView N
HDR Y
Freeview Play Y
Panel Bit Depth 10 bit (8 bit + FRC)
Sound

Analogue Audio Output N
Digital Audio Output Yes - Optical
Speakers Y
Connections

HDMI 4 (HDCP 2.2 - 2)
USB 3
USB Video Playback Y
USB Recording Y
Scart Sockets No
Component Y
PC Input N
DVI N
Headphone Socket Y
ARC - Audio Return Channel Y
HDMI 2.0 Y
Networking

DLNA Compliant Y
Wireless Connection Yes
Web Applications Y
BBC iPlayer Y
Full Web Browser Y
Dual Core Processor N
Quad Core Processor Y
NFC No
Octa Core N
Netflix 4K Streaming Y
Green Credentials

Eco Friendly N
Power Consumption - Standby 0.3/0.5
Power Consumption - Normal Use 113
Energy Efficiency Rating A
Power Consumption - Annual 156
General

Remote Control Y
Stand Yes - Fixed
Wall Mount Required VESA - 400 x 200
Dimensions excluding stand 1290 x 753 x 41
Dimensions including stand 1290 x 813 x 376
Weight 23/24.5
Integrated DVD Player N
Touch Screen No
Voice Activated TV Yes
Model Number of 3D glasses supplied/required TYER3D6ME
Camera No
Gesture Control No
Smartphone Remote Y
Outer Box Dimensions 1571 x 857 x 189

PANASONIC VIERA TX-49DX650B Smart 4k Ultra HD 49" LED TV - £479 at Currys
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Currys are having an Easter Mega sale with 100's of deals at Black Friday prices apparently. £200 off the PANASONIC VIERA TX-49DX650B Smart 4k Ultra HD 49" LED TV. seems like quite… Read more
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EndlessWaves

I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware … I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware because it's an expensive technology with minor benefit so it's only found in high end TVs that can afford such things. And high end TVs also have good HDR hardware.The core of HDR is the High Dynamic Brightness Range. For LCDs this is the ability of the backlight to brighten and dim in sections independent of the LCD panel. That gives you the ability to have the normal picture over most of the screen, but also have things like lightsources, glints or explosions that are brighter than a white surface (which is normally the maximum brightness). The finer the control that the backlight provides, the better. A high end TV at the moment has around 500 dimming zones (the KS7000 has ten).HDR content is encoded in 10-bit colour depth because that gives 1024 shades of brightness instead of the normal 256. This doesn't mean four times the brightness range though, these are the number of divisions between black and white. The brightness in white is defined by what is called the gamma curve and HDR introduces a new one called Perceptual Quantization which is what gives it the higher brightness range.LCDs work in a similar way. A 10-bit panel has an identical black and white level to an 8-bit one, it just splits it up more finely. It's great if you're working with subtle graduations of colour - the greyscale monitors that doctors examine x-rays on have been 10-bit for years.Having more shades in the existing brightness range is of limited benefit to HDR though, I think a lot of it's benefit in that area comes from the ability to get a more exact shade during this transition period between colour gamuts, where the standards, content and TV colour gamut are all likely to be mismatched. 8-bit panels typically use dithering, using adjacent pixels of similar colours to produce that colour when viewed from far enough away. And 'far enough away' is a very short distance with the tiny size of the pixels on a 4K screen. The extra brightness range on LCDs is created by backlight control, not the LCD panel. You want a backlight that can deliver that brightness to the spots requested and electronics that are good at both dividing the work between LCD and backlight and good at approximating content that the TV can't display. HDR specifies wider brightness and colour ranges than any TV on the market can currently display.If you want a single number that specifies HDR quality, then the number of dimming zones is often a pretty good approximation right now.



This was brilliant, thank you. Very knowledgeable. Much appreciated.
can anyone help has anyone bought a tv or heard of this website its so cheap( pixeltelevisions.co.uk)
EndlessWaves

I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware … I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware because it's an expensive technology with minor benefit so it's only found in high end TVs that can afford such things. And high end TVs also have good HDR hardware.The core of HDR is the High Dynamic Brightness Range. For LCDs this is the ability of the backlight to brighten and dim in sections independent of the LCD panel. That gives you the ability to have the normal picture over most of the screen, but also have things like lightsources, glints or explosions that are brighter than a white surface (which is normally the maximum brightness). The finer the control that the backlight provides, the better. A high end TV at the moment has around 500 dimming zones (the KS7000 has ten).HDR content is encoded in 10-bit colour depth because that gives 1024 shades of brightness instead of the normal 256. This doesn't mean four times the brightness range though, these are the number of divisions between black and white. The brightness in white is defined by what is called the gamma curve and HDR introduces a new one called Perceptual Quantization which is what gives it the higher brightness range.LCDs work in a similar way. A 10-bit panel has an identical black and white level to an 8-bit one, it just splits it up more finely. It's great if you're working with subtle graduations of colour - the greyscale monitors that doctors examine x-rays on have been 10-bit for years.Having more shades in the existing brightness range is of limited benefit to HDR though, I think a lot of it's benefit in that area comes from the ability to get a more exact shade during this transition period between colour gamuts, where the standards, content and TV colour gamut are all likely to be mismatched. 8-bit panels typically use dithering, using adjacent pixels of similar colours to produce that colour when viewed from far enough away. And 'far enough away' is a very short distance with the tiny size of the pixels on a 4K screen. The extra brightness range on LCDs is created by backlight control, not the LCD panel. You want a backlight that can deliver that brightness to the spots requested and electronics that are good at both dividing the work between LCD and backlight and good at approximating content that the TV can't display. HDR specifies wider brightness and colour ranges than any TV on the market can currently display.If you want a single number that specifies HDR quality, then the number of dimming zones is often a pretty good approximation right now.


Expert on Dimness!
JumpMan1980

It's not meaningless to me - it is a matter of perspective - I want a TV … It's not meaningless to me - it is a matter of perspective - I want a TV to 'show off' my PS4 Pro's ability - I have been led to believe 10 bit HDR is something I want to ensure the TV I choose has. Is that not correct as far as your're concerned?



I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware because it's an expensive technology with minor benefit so it's only found in high end TVs that can afford such things. And high end TVs also have good HDR hardware.

The core of HDR is the High Dynamic Brightness Range. For LCDs this is the ability of the backlight to brighten and dim in sections independent of the LCD panel. That gives you the ability to have the normal picture over most of the screen, but also have things like lightsources, glints or explosions that are brighter than a white surface (which is normally the maximum brightness).

The finer the control that the backlight provides, the better. A high end TV at the moment has around 500 dimming zones (the KS7000 has ten).

HDR content is encoded in 10-bit colour depth because that gives 1024 shades of brightness instead of the normal 256. This doesn't mean four times the brightness range though, these are the number of divisions between black and white. The brightness in white is defined by what is called the gamma curve and HDR introduces a new one called Perceptual Quantization which is what gives it the higher brightness range.

LCDs work in a similar way. A 10-bit panel has an identical black and white level to an 8-bit one, it just splits it up more finely. It's great if you're working with subtle graduations of colour - the greyscale monitors that doctors examine x-rays on have been 10-bit for years.

Having more shades in the existing brightness range is of limited benefit to HDR though, I think a lot of it's benefit in that area comes from the ability to get a more exact shade during this transition period between colour gamuts, where the standards, content and TV colour gamut are all likely to be mismatched.

8-bit panels typically use dithering, using adjacent pixels of similar colours to produce that colour when viewed from far enough away. And 'far enough away' is a very short distance with the tiny size of the pixels on a 4K screen.

The extra brightness range on LCDs is created by backlight control, not the LCD panel. You want a backlight that can deliver that brightness to the spots requested and electronics that are good at both dividing the work between LCD and backlight and good at approximating content that the TV can't display. HDR specifies wider brightness and colour ranges than any TV on the market can currently display.

If you want a single number that specifies HDR quality, then the number of dimming zones is often a pretty good approximation right now.
Here's a review of the Samsung TV posted earlier in this thread - I am still thinking it is the one for me at my current budget, with an intention of seeing what a ps4 pro 'can do' - avforums.com/rev…590
49" 4K Ultra HDR with WiFi Panasonic Viera 49DX600B LED Smart TV, 49" With Freeview HD with 5 years Guarantee John Lewis for £499
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£499 for a 49" Ultra HD 4K LED with WiFi from JL with 5 year Guarantee. Brave the pin-sharp magnificence of 4K with Panasonic’s DX600. This razor-sharp display is boosted by Wide… Read more
somersetpaul

It's a 2016 model (DX) - I have the 40". The EX range for 2017 just … It's a 2016 model (DX) - I have the 40". The EX range for 2017 just arriving in the shops now, hence the bargain price. I also have a 700B which does have HDR but with so little HDR content around you are probably going to happy with the 600B for a year or two at least. The 40" is a great set (What Hifi best buy) so I guess the 49" will be just as good.



​if you have a 4k set AND a 4k player , you want hdr . my 40 " 6550 samsung has hdr . its not perfect, but it does it. And thats nearly 2 years old. And that cost me £408 back then
TALON1973

2 year old 4k tv ....hmm and it doesnt have hdr


It's a 2016 model (DX) - I have the 40". The EX range for 2017 just arriving in the shops now, hence the bargain price. I also have a 700B which does have HDR but with so little HDR content around you are probably going to happy with the 600B for a year or two at least. The 40" is a great set (What Hifi best buy) so I guess the 49" will be just as good.
You have HDR in the title, yet from the description:

HDR Information

No
2 year old 4k tv ....hmm and it doesnt have hdr
Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58 inch SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play £1199 @ Panasonic ebay outlet
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Another £100 drop on this fantastic TV (refurbished). The only downside is only 12 months manufacture warranty. If it drop further to £1k, I might bite as that is my max budget. O… Read more
EndlessWaves

OLEDs are great for a lot of content, but they're not quite as good at … OLEDs are great for a lot of content, but they're not quite as good at HDR as flagship LCDs yet.


I concur. Whilst i would have loved a big OLED (who wouldn't) I have a Sammy 7000, budgets being budgets. That said, i spent a lot of time playing with models from Sony, Panny, Sammy and LG. As a rough parallel i liken OLED vs LCD comparisons to the old old plasma vs LCD. OLED is superior in most areas, but not HDR performance in my opinion. They lack the brightness, thus the dynamic performance, and to my eyes colour tends to go a little on tilt too.
ryshaz

I am no TV expert at all but would it not make more sense to buy a brand … I am no TV expert at all but would it not make more sense to buy a brand new OLED TV for this price - first thing come up in google was an LG OLED brand new 55 inch for £1199.00



OLEDs are great for a lot of content, but they're not quite as good at HDR as flagship LCDs yet.
pavel76

Over a grand for Tv with only 12 months warranty ???



Yep 4 figures tech better be guaranteed for 5+ years.
This is a great tv - panasonics flagship model of 2016. I bought mine new in November and love it. I have friends with 50-65" lg oleds and this is better especially at standard tv. 3d (even though nothing special and end of an era) is superb. 4k quality is just another level. Plus its 10 bit panel and hdr. Great specs tv which has not had a huge marketing campaign to flog it. Bit of an unsung hero i reckon. As i bought new direct from panny i got a 6 year warranty and even though i got it on offer at £1799 i am not bothered about this saving as i am over the moon with the tv
Over a grand for Tv with only 12 months warranty ???
Refurbished Panasonic TX-58DX700B 58 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play £599 @ Panasonic eBay Store
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For the make, price, size and specs I feel this is a great dealargos currently selling for £250 more, has some user reviews on there http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5269822?
superleeds27

I've heard a few horror stories about their outlet store!



Mine would be one. The refurbished TV broke after about six months, so they collected it for repair. All fine, however, after the period of time it should've taken (about 14 working days IIRC) had gone I chased them up, only to be told they didn't know where my TV was. They not only lost it somewhere between the lorry and the workshop, but they refused to give me a refund as it was outside the allotted period and couldn't give me any indication as to when I might get the TV back.

If it doesn't go wrong, you'll be fine, but I found the level of bullish ineptitude in their customer service to be frightening.
stewart95

Panasonic stopped using Vestel in 2015. Everything since is from Japan, … Panasonic stopped using Vestel in 2015. Everything since is from Japan, even the low-end DS/DX models.(Source: brother works for Panasonic)



Their European market TV's are assembled in the Czech Republic.
Nujol

Look at the rear image of the DX 600 and below, layout exactly matches … Look at the rear image of the DX 600 and below, layout exactly matches generic Vestels including the telltale slot for a 3 pin plug. Also google the Vestel catalogue for manufacturers, they can add custom stands etc as required. It's widely known they are Vestels just like the bottom of the range Toshiba, Hitachi, Blaupunkt, Celcus, Digihome etc etc etc



Panasonic stopped using Vestel in 2015. Everything since is from Japan, even the low-end DS/DX models.
(Source: brother works for Panasonic)
ccraiggould

if only it didnt have the bloody wide base stands add the price of a … if only it didnt have the bloody wide base stands add the price of a new AVstand onto the tv cost.still a bloody good price though.so heat from me.scrap that comment.according to AV forums the foot position can be changed



I have this set and can confirm there are an inner and and outer mounts. More than happy with the set, pics via Sky or BT Ultra look excellent to me.
N1Andy

This is what I was told by the rep in Curry's at Tottenham Court Road a … This is what I was told by the rep in Curry's at Tottenham Court Road a few months back when I was looking at the DX650, and I was aware that Vestel made some Panny models so assumed it to be correct.......however, a bit of google seems to make it quite unclear now (it looks like the suggestion might be based around the DX600/650 using an IPS panel rather than VA panel) - so if I've been told incorrectly then I do apologise and will edit my prior comments to make it clear that it isn't a fact but possibility.This also further emphasises the mistake that Panasonic have made in allowing any of their sets to be touched by Vestel (or any other third party).



I own a dx600 and a dx700. They both have VA panels and neither are Vestel.
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