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Panasonic 55FX700B 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV £599.89 @ Costco
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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
jeczap

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

Carson_Official

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.

fleetingmind

Is the Hisense decent?

jeczap

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
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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
MIDURIX

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.

xfield

Is it actually in stock anywhere?

Bumnut53

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.

koskesh

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.

Worthy95

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

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

This is back in stock, price is £429

BenHunt

That didn't last long.

The_Hoff

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.

zombrex

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

noncencao

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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CLAIM 5 YEAR WARRANTY BUY THIS TV AND SAVE £100 OFF A BLU RAY PLAYER
Walrus_Man

Thanks, will wait for a deal on the NU8000.

i_need_bargains

The Samsung is better.

i_need_bargains

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.

Walrus_Man

Thanks

michaelgold

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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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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matt_geordie

No idea sorry. Was just passing through looking at TV's as my current Panasonic is on its way out.

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Panasonic TX-49FX700B 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD Certified TV with HDR and Freeview Play - Black - [A Rated] at ao.com for £699.99
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Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Best price I can find and the code works on the 55” version too bringing that down to £799.99 which again looks good price. Key Features 4K Ultra HD with upscaling - incredible p… Read more
hbo86

Thanks for your response

dan_de_la_peche

I’m not an A/V pro so bear that in mind, but when it does a loading screen in game or what have you, it’s as black as when the TV is off. My old TV looked kinda “grey black”, I don’t see how this one could get any darker!

hbo86

How's the blacks on the Sony?

roll_me_some

going to get it tomorrow. just returned the B7 today as i was worried about burn in (wifes watching habits cannot be changed)

bsmaff

Looking online the XF9005 reviews better than this TV, but then you get what you pay for

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR OLED Television - £1,899.99 @ Panasonic (+£10 P&P)
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55" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR Television featuring Master HDR OLED Display, New Studio Colour HCX Processor for superior colour accuracy and Multiple HDR format support with Dynamic Scen… Read more
jonspurs

I kinda agree...my Hitachi plasma (genuine, not the Argos rebrand stuff) was better at motion than my E6, but the OLED's motion is not a deal breaker. The E6's picture quality is much better - black is pitch black, colour is colourful, and this outweighs the plasma's positives. Each to their own :-)

daveykinetic

there's too much hype on oled tvs imo and I got sucked right into it. had the LG e6 but couldn't stand the splash type artefacts when using true motion. so I sold it and bought a Panasonic ez952. motion processing is allot better than LG but there is the occasional stutter with it. Imo oled tvs are terrible with motion processing off. the strobing is just too much for me due to the sample and hold technology. I'm very sensitive to it. I can't get over how bad the motion is compared to my panasonic vt65 plasma

Yas

But populism IS democracy. See Brexit or Trump election. Be careful what you wish for indeed!

GrimyRascal

Populism is no substitute for democracy, be careful what you wish for.

Enet

Best in class TV, good price, but not hundreds of pounds better than the LG B7 or even Sonys XF9005 LED. The LG C8 has the same issue which is why LG were offering cashback deals. This could go either way but personally I wouldn't have voted cold.

Panasonic TX-49ES500B 49 Inch Full HD Smart TV for £369 at Argos
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Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
I've been looking a new smart tv for around this size - Normally a samsung person but this looks to good to miss. Don't forget Quidco Has Smart capabilities, Freeview Play & … Read more
i_need_bargains

From the model number looks like a lower end Panasonic i.e. rebadged Vestel.

polg

No stock in N. Ireland, can't be delivered either looked at it earlier

MARFW

1080p at that price? No thanks.

qwertyowen2

Would go for the Hisense 49" 4K for less http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7252844.htm?cmpid=APP003

Panasonic Viera TX 50EX700B ‑ 50" LED Smart TV ‑ 4K UltraHD £399.99 @ Costco
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Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
They had this up awhile ago, but now appear to have this back in stock. Extra £100 taken at checkout, and Costco’s five year warranty is unbeatable (for members, of course - otherw… Read more
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i007

Out of stock

arsenalacid_.

How is this TV and what's the duff with no Viera and just 50ex700b xheers

vonlance

Anyone know how to turn off audio description? i can't find it in the sound menu.

chicaneuk

Just picked this up yesterday at my local Costco and very pleased. Picture quality is tremendous, looks very premium, seems to be very thin compared to other sets at this price point and lots of built in apps like Netflix, etc. Superb!

Teeology

Out of stock online.

Panasonic TX-58DX802B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV £899  John Lewis
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Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Trying to decide on a new tv for the living room and can’t make my mind up. This deal from John Lewis seems a great price for what you get. It may be a late 2016 tv but has everyth… Read more
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hrking2000

My advice - avoid this TV as it's a 2016 model; if you manage to get it from the Ebay outlet for £599, then it's a good deal. For this money, you are better off with 2017 models (Panny/Sony/LG/Samsung) or entry level 2018 models.

Sid.Harper

Marmite. Would look good with an animation of newton's cradle going on it though (lol)

polly69

LG 850 its £200 cheaper and has dolby vision, i have a LG OLED TV in the lounge and i bought the 49 inch LG 810 for the bedroom as i couldn't get a 49 in the 850 and ive been very impressed with the picture i wouldnt hesitate to recommend it. I would give this 2 year old TV a wide birth is £900 there is better for less, The LG has all the ondemand stuff including Plex which the Panasonic doesn't have. Theres also the newer one from RX for just £50 more than this for a 2018 TV https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/55-inch-lg-55sk8100pla-with-6-year-guarantee-949-with-code-richer-sounds-2986325 The 810/850for £649 at RS https://www.richersounds.com/55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-tv.html

nice-new

That's the most horrendous stand I have ever seen on a TV.

Sid.Harper

That was the other draw. So few left now!

Panasonic TX-50EX700B EX700 50 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Certified 3 HDMI - £399 with code @ AO eBay
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I found this amazing deal. It ends midnight on Tuesday 17th July.
cabbage

Showing as £479?

DanOBrien

Bought this from RicherSounds a month ago. Excellent TV, best panel you can get in this price range but be aware it’s a VA panel so won’t have as wide a viewing angle as an IPS panel. The user interface is excellent. Simple, quick and comprehensive list of apps. Only major one it doesn’t have is NowTV, and 4K version Prime Video. I’ve played 4K rips flawlessly through the USB player app, from a USB2 SanDisk Blade. Also, 5 year Panasonic Warranty may be available / worth pursuing - it was written as free on my RS receipt. Only dislike I’ve found is the screen is glossy but I think most are these days? Hope this helps anyone in the fence. (highfive)

Marzman

I thought the same thing until I turned intelligent frame creation off. It tries to smoothen the image which it does, until you have any motion then it looks really laggy.

Marzman

Have you partially obscured the sensor? I think it's quite low on the TV so my soundbar partially obscured it and I had the same issue. After moving the soundbar back from TV the remote works in any direction (bouncing off the walls etc.).

benhawkins

Bought this during the Hughes sale, ended up swapping it for the Samsung 6400 as the colours were very washed out and the peak brightness was just too low. Colour shift off centre was also pretty noticeable, not being able to cook while watching the football (probably a viewing angle of only about 100degrees) killed it for me. Positives were that the TV looked premium, black levels were some of the best I have personally seen, with excellent uniformity. Software was great also. I imagine in a dimly lit room it would be an excellent TV, but my living room has huge amounts of natural light.

Panasonic TX-40EX600B 40" Smart 4k with HDR + Freeview Play & free delivery £286.35 @ AO/Ebay
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
If your looking for a TV smaller than the usual 55 - 65" deals on here this looks like a decent deal. To get this price go through Quidco to get 3% ( £8.85 ) cashback. And use co… Read more
Kenneth131

Yeah it's not a vestel panel it's a Panasonic one just no local dimming but it's a VA panel on the 40 inch not the ips on larger panels of the same model. Which is a bonus if you watch it straight on picture should be lovely.

kongczech

This isn't Vestel make so should be better choice. I bought it on Sky couple weeks ago and can highly recommend this TV. Picture is nice, sharp and very vibrant. Color saturation look to me just correct. Sound is bit quite if you put this TV on wall stand due to speaker facing down. Can be bit adjusted with different surround mode. WebOS is making everything bit easy. In my taste the remote is bit too muich for kids hands :)))

mchu6am4

Probably made by vestel

uzyg

I was pondering the same but went for the Toshiba in the end. After adding the student code price went down to £265 for a 2018 model 43" you can't really complain. The panny would have been better suited for the pre installed smart apps and reputation but the lesser warranty and fixed wide base stand made me decide to go for the bigger, newer and cheaper Toshiba with its central base stand

AceT

This one or the Sharp 40 inch one or the the Toshiba 43 inch one. Way too many to choose from and can’t see the differences.

Panasonic TX-58EX700B EX700 58 Inch Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD Certified 3 HDMI at ao.com/ebay for £500 delivered @ AO ebay
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Looking through the AO 20% off TVs - this seems to be a really good deal, it's £649 in most places including Currys. Top features: - Cinema-quality picture with 4K Multi H… Read more
i_need_bargains

Expired at this price.

JohnBarrett

The TV is cumbersome but not heavy. When you set the sound correctly this TV sounds fine to good. I hardly use soundbar. Briiant price. (popcorn)

JohnBarrett

I bought this for £729 last year. Amaxing price for this TV

northie_1980

Reckon I would take a look at the below deal rather than give them an extra £50. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kd55xe7073su-bravia-xe70-55-inch-smart-led-tv-4k-ultra-hd-certified-3-hdmi-449-aoebay-2987015?pprmrkntfctnsrd=38956183 Looks comparable in most respects - 8bit + FRC, 60hz panel, smart services - notable difference is 3" extra and the colour palette looks a bit wider, probably owing to the higher contrast ratio (deeper blacks I'd say based on what I have read). https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/31e1272c3 Haven't seen the Sony first hand though.

northie_1980

Sold 81... out of order 😞

A respected mid-range TV  - Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty (6 available) £499.99 Panasonic TX-50EX750B 50 Inch 3D SMART 4K @ Panasonic / ebay
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Panasonic EX750 TV review: Dimming tech that most LCD sets can only dream of bettering..... https://www.pocket-lint.com/tv/reviews/panasonic/143515-panasonic-ex750-tv-review-dimm… Read more
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getmore4less

its a decent set and the price is good. one of the best options at 49"/50" size at 55" it has more competition like Sony 55XE9005 (some say a lot better) Hisense 55NU870x Samsung 55MU70xx Sony 55XE85xx there are lots of TV on the Panasonic outlet you get the cheaper set with the risk of a lower warranty

powerbrick

The title may lead people to believe that this is from Panasonic whilst its some outfit in Oldham who refurbish and do asset retrieval

GrimyRascal

No worries, if its that bad i will expire it.

BagoB

I voted hot. Paid £600 with 5 year warranty from JL earlier in the year. Very good Panasonic made 4K TV, excellent 50” VA panel, reasonably good reviews, not sure why the hate at the price?

bobo53

3D, only that is worth the price

Panasonic TX-50EX700B 50 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play USB Rec refurbished £349.99 @ Panasonic / Ebay
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Manufacturer refurbished All of our refurbished products have undergone stringent assessments, tests and if necessary repairs. They are then thoroughly cleaned before being re-pac… Read more
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Craccer

Hey, what did you use to price match? Just bought it yesterday for £499 and wondering if it's still possible?

JMac_D

Its interesting that both argos and panasonics stores on ebay have almost exactly the same feedback. A good company would have 99.8% positive feedback not 98.8% or 98.9% both company's cant be that great at dealing with customers and/or checking the so called refurbished stuff they sell. https://feedback.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=panasonic_outlet argos even try to hide its feedback so it knows it has issues yet does nothing about it https://feedback.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=argos&&_trksid=p2047675.l2560&rt=nc&iid=362285044033&sspagename=VIP:feedback&ftab=FeedbackAsSeller

JMac_D

No as they still was and still are making tvs, just not all panasonic branded tvs are made by panasonic. Talk about muddying the waters.

ijwia

greed ? weren't they just outmaneuvered by other display technolgies lcd and oled in particular, plasma getting hammered for being too energy intensive by the green energy brigade must have hurt companies that manufactured plasma display equipment

fredsaid

Really............, its been this price for ages on ebay, its a second hand refurbished unit (probably with half the bits missing.....) with a short warranty I could of got John lewis to price match 2 months ago but it was too big for what i wanted / or what was practical ! :( , so we went for the 40" for £350 with 5 years warranty (the stands are shite on the 40" (poo) ) FiZiE11 h, 32 m agoRecently bought this from John Lewis for £399 (price match). Haven’t used it much (bought it solely for the Xbox One X) but seems to be a great set for the money (y) Exactly (with a decent warrenty!) ;) ;)

PANASONIC TX-77EZ1002B 77" Smart 4K Ultra HDR OLED TV at Currys for £11,999
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Was £16,999 Save £5,000 Now £11,999 77” Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR OLED Television - TX-77EZ1002B 77 Next Generation OLED with Professional Picture Performance 77” Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR … Read more
kai_fern

Very true but so did the plasma and yet they sold and admitted I own my plasma for 15yrs with out a problem

kai_fern

Rather buy the zd9 from Sony has better back light control then the Samsungs q9 , the Sony's the older TV but still kicks any led tv ass even if it's a tv with a shed load of gimics and cleaver advertising like the qled range from Samsung

BirchieBirch

As it was with Plasma before it. It didn't stop me buying a Plasma though and it won't stop me buying OLED when that packs up. Having to take a little extra care of the screen is a small price to pay for the best picture quality imho

nice-new

Regardless of the price, the burn-in issue remain on all OLEDs.

BirchieBirch

It's a good deal if you've got the money. Heat

Panasonic TX-32ES400B es400 32" LED TV - £144 instore @ ASDA
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Asda Dalton Rotherham reduces sale sticker was £227, now £144. Don’t know how good these are but thought I’d share as I’ve seen it.
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kylec4444

49" in there for £239 also, found in the Asda Living in Maidstone

LukePhilip

That’s all the details on the back of tv

kobirulali

It may be a Panasonic panel: https://www.avforums.com/threads/how-to-tell-if-your-tvs-a-vestel.2019864/

surnjit

This make me think that Panasonic is struggling and are prepared to sell crap (poo) buy selling cheap it devalues the brand next bang and olifson will be selling these

Northerndave

Don't companies realised that knocking out cheap Vestel panels dilutes their brand value?

Panasonic TX-40EX700B 40" 4K Smart TV  £329.00 (with code) @ RGB Direct
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Great price for this tv... John Lewis should price match
benbloodtool

With screens larger than 40”, you are correct. The 40” 700b is on a par with 750b in larger sizes. Had this verified by Panasonic when I was initially looking.

donslibi

Sorry not what I’ve found from my research. The 700b and 600b have the same internals except for the screen technology. The 750 is in a separate league. I would be happy with any of them tbh. Nice remote, great colours and HDR is beautiful. 4k is a plus for the odd Netflix show or YouTube video.

benbloodtool

The 700 is top of the range in 40”, equivalent to 750 in larger sizes. All reviews highlight it being the better tv by quite some distance. I’ve owned it for a few months and it’s a great telly.

donslibi

I think the 600b is direct LED vs 700b LED backlight so contrast is slightly better on the 600b but the screen is slightly thicker.

donslibi

Yep

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