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Panasonic VIErA 50" DS610U Full HD LED Smart TV $595 ($495 with AmEx) @ Harvey Norman

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$100 price drop on the already great existing offer. For those enrolled in the Harvey Norman AmEx $100 cashback offer, it makes this $495 (enrollments now closed). Good option for those not worried about UHD but want a brand name TV at a great price.

Specs:

  • Screen Size: 50"
  • Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Full High Definition
  • Connectivity 2x HDMI, 2x USB 2.0, Wi-Fi
  • Star Ratings 6 Stars
  • 100HZ field refresh rate, this Panasonic Viera Full HD Smart TV ensures outstanding image quality through reduced motion blur and image judder for a phenomenal viewing experience for sport, TV shows and movies.
  • Swipe & Share, the Panasonic Viera LED TV allows you to connect your smart device to your TV enabling you to 'throw' content from your smartphone or tablet onto your TV with a swipe thanks to the Panasonic TV Remote app.

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    Screen size in your description says 55" for some reason

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    I am willing to spend till $700 so do you think below is best deal currently? As I dont see any other SONY, LG or Samsung 48" Smart TV in this budget.

    Panasonic 40" 4K UHD LED LCD Smart TV $695 (Was $795)(harveynorman.com.au)

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    Anyone happen to have any experience with this tv, thinking of getting this for my PS4 and can't seem to find any reviews online

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    This is a great price!! The Good Guys are $995

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    Sorry guys, just wondering, how to get the amex deal ? I do have amex card, but i havent used it at all. Do i have to sign up or anything ? Cheers.

    • +1 vote

      Well the offer is now closed for the AMEX offer, the link to it is even in the main deal….

      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/273327

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      Deal been over for weeks. Don't even know why ppl refer to it anymore. Those that got it have probably used it already.

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        not true, been holding out on boxing day sales with mine, it expires 31/12/16 anyway

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          What u gonna get? Hope u don't waste it on this tv

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          @Gavman: was hoping for some dyson vacuum sales, at least i get a accessory pack, ill take it

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          @Kawaisaki: get a Pacvac 700 and get better qual at a better price (like around $300 Vs $800+) + parts that are Cheap! (cloth bag and HEPA Hypercone are machine washable so only need to buy optional paper infill liner).
          Minimal maintenance + you get an accessory pack, but realistically, when was the last time you used ANY of the accessories?
          (I run a team of 16 school cleaners who use these every day (23ppl x 10wks x 5days x 2hrs/day)
          EDIT: Doesn't look "Dyson Outer-Spacey" so prob why its $400+ cheaper

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    If I use 2 AMEX , maybe I can get $200 off and make it $395 with a $5 item

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    that's a great price, I paid that much to get my Panasonic Plasma fixed a few months back.

    • +4 votes

      To be fair the plasma probably has better picture quality.

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        If its an ST or VT panasonic plasma, do not get rid of it, they are the best tv's short of a top end OLED unit. The blacks and PQ shit on everything else on the market currently.

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          VT owner here, and even though mine has image burn from being in a display at the shop I still use it as my main TV, only see the burn in very light scenes with flat colours, and beats the pants off any LCD/LED that I have come across. True blacks and amazing contrast in dark scenes which are my two major gripes of other TVs. Hoping it takes me through to sub 1k 65" OLEDs

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    Merry Christmas!

    Can't seem to locate whether this tv will do Netflix native and such or will it need to go via chromecast or Apple TV etc?

    Thanks!

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      Can't 100% confirm, but pana viera tv bought 1 year ago has it native. I think this is 1-2 models after?

      Edit: from Panasonic website.

      Offering flexibility, easy-access and endless entertainment options, Panasonic’s DS610 TV Series is Netflix, Lightbox, YouTube, and FreeviewPlus compatible. You can enjoy all of your favourite TV shows and movies, anytime*.

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      Mine is 2 years old at least and supports Netflix (VT55). Don't have Netflix subscription so can't comment on the usability

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      It does, I just bought one this morning and set it up for a family member - even has a Netflix button on remote

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    I think it would. I have a 3 yr old Panasonic Viera and it runs Netflix. I just had to add it to the TV apps when Netflix came to Australia

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    Anyone know what the smart apps are? user interface etc?
    I have a hisense TV and its horrible, so this time i'm going to investigate before i purchase

    Edit: Found this http://www.panasonic.com/au/consumer/televisions-projectors/...

    Pulled the plug and purchased it. Worth a shot I suppose!

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    Been looking to use my amex deal for HN but this is way to big to upgrade my old 26 inch tv lol

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    Thanks! My old man has zero need for 4K and was going to pull the trigger on the Big W LG for $649. This is a way better deal!

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    TGG has it advertised for $648 now but comes out at $595.

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    This looks like an awesome deal!

    A 50" Panasonic full HD LED Smart TV for $600?!?!

    My old 50" Panasonic plasma (still going great after 7 years), was 5 times that price.
    Thinking of putting that in the rumpus for the kids, and upgrading to this new one.

    It's such a good deal that I'm second guessing myself, thinking I'm missing something.
    Am I missing something?

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      Ok deal. But these days you should be investing in 4k HDR which isn't all that much more these days.

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    I went down to the local HN to get this TV, but while I was there I noticed this other Toshiba deal.
    http://www.harveynorman.com.au/tv-blu-ray-home-theatre/tvs/t...

    Only 1 inch smaller but $80+ cheaper.

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    I bought this TV a week ago from HN for $695… does anyone know any tricks to getting the difference refunded?

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    Price is showing as $695 now. Is this expired?

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