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After a 49"/50" with a budget of £700 max

Jon73

Standard Member
As in title - can be either of the two sizes but no bigger and we've got a max of £700 to spend on it!
Only had a quick look so far but the only one that seems to tick the boxes is the Panasonic TX-50DX750 which is £699 at Richer Sounds.
Anyone able to offer alternatives to look at?
 

Jon73

Standard Member
Thanks for the swift response - main TV has gone completely now so need to act asap!
Is the Samsung KS7000 have the same spec as the 7500? didnt really want the curved screen? And which would you take out the 3 - 7500, 7000 or the Panny?
 

Dodgexander

Moderator
Yes it's the same, I only mentioned the curved version as it's availability is usually better so better deals are to be found. For the KS7000 it's perhaps one or two months too late to find one cheap as they have mostly run out of stock. If you can still find one for a reasonable price go for it though.

The KS tv's are better value overall because of their HDR capabilities. Otherwise the Panasonic is just as good. Given at 50 inch UHD is kind of pointless at most people's viewing distances (UHD is most optimum at 1m viewing distance at 50") I would say it places more importance on HDR as HDR can be benefited from at any distance. Providing you watch HDR content of course.
 

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