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Anyone who has experience with Panasonic th 75fx780a?

I really want to have this tv but cant find proper review on this unit.

 

I returned my Sony x9400e coz i cant stand the blooming and banding tho, yeah abit fuzzy with movie pics here.  Black leve,colorl and contrast were good tho.

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I would imagine it’s very similar to last years model the EX780 which was highly rated. 

 

Should be some info out there 

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It would have a different panel than the EX models I would think, if only because the EX models were 3D capable, where the FX models aren't as far as I can find out .

3D capability isn't something Panasonic has been advertising as a major feature, even on the EX models, so it wouldn't surprise me if the FX model has it as well, but just not mentiioned.

 

I doubt there would be too much difference between the EX and FX models if you put them sided by side, both will look good out of the box, but my EX ended up looking spectacular after I calibrated it......the colours don't need much altering, but the Grey Scale Tracking was way out pre calibration, once fixed it can look like a much much more expensive TV, with amazing gradients and shadow detail.

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1 hour ago, Johnny_Boy said:

I would imagine it’s very similar to last years model the EX780 which was highly rated. 

 

Should be some info out there 

Thank you Johnny boy.  I jsust want to play it safe.  Dont want to get it without feedback or review from others, my sony x9400 was almost perfect in terms of black level(with the help of local dimming) and how much i paid for it. but since coming from pana vt30 plasma, wasnt very familiar with issies with LED tvs and how bad they are.

Ill probably wait a bit when more user and pro reviews starts to come out. 

Tnx JB

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28 minutes ago, Tweaky said:

It would have a different panel than the EX models I would think, if only because the EX models were 3D capable, where the FX models aren't as far as I can find out .

3D capability isn't something Panasonic has been advertising as a major feature, even on the EX models, so it wouldn't surprise me if the FX model has it as well, but just not mentiioned.

 

I doubt there would be too much difference between the EX and FX models if you put them sided by side, both will look good out of the box, but my EX ended up looking spectacular after I calibrated it......the colours don't need much altering, but the Grey Scale Tracking was way out pre calibration, once fixed it can look like a much much more expensive TV, with amazing gradients and shadow detail.

Thank you Tweaky!

I have read the forum where you shared ur settings and experience about ur pana ex.  I wish i had come across to this site before i bought my sony(which i returned and still waiting for prices to go down on pana), i would have get the EX and benefit from ur settings. I tried looking for ex now but cant find any. Back then it was only whirlpool and avforums checked, and mybe some members are more of sony and sammy fans, that pana ex didnt get much praise.

 

Is there blooming at all? Especially from crappy source like FTA?

 

Tnx again Tweaky.

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Well Panasonic TV's are not sold in the USA, so no surprise that you wouldn't have found any info on them at the AVS forum, unless it was from a Canadian.

I think that situation is about to change given the great reviews Panasonics OLED TV's have been getting.

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3 hours ago, Tweaky said:

Well Panasonic TV's are not sold in the USA, so no surprise that you wouldn't have found any info on them at the AVS forum, unless it was from a Canadian.

I think that situation is about to change given the great reviews Panasonics OLED TV's have been getting.

Ide say Mark meant the UK avforums Tweaky ; which prompts me to mention the OLED review to at least get a viewpoint  of the new HCX processor used in the LED models too :)

https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-tx-65fz952-fz950-review.14474

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1 hour ago, cwt said:

Ide say Mark meant the UK avforums Tweaky ; which prompts me to mention the OLED review to at least get a viewpoint  of the new HCX processor used in the LED models too :)

https://www.avforums.com/review/panasonic-tx-65fz952-fz950-review.14474

Thank you for the link cwt.

Yeah avforums is uk, thats what i meant.

I asked my wife if we can get 65" so i can get this instwad, coz i think 75" is a bit big anyway, but nope shes used to 75" now and im not throwing that much money for 77" oled.  Haha

 

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4 hours ago, Tweaky said:

Well Panasonic TV's are not sold in the USA, so no surprise that you wouldn't have found any info on them at the AVS forum, unless it was from a Canadian.

I think that situation is about to change given the great reviews Panasonics OLED TV's have been getting.

I meant the avforum in UK Tweaky:)

Why did Panasonic left US anyway?

So amazing how peoples preference in how they want their tv should look like.  When i had my VT30 in 2011, my dad bragged about his sony LCD n my bro with his sammy, when we watched movies in those units I would just smile and secretly tell my wife that their tv is ****😀

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Another happy 65 ex780 owner here,  used @Tweaky calibration settings and its stunning (any chance on a 4k calibration I could offer beer money?)

I haven't noticed any blooming or light bleeding, great blacks and great colors.

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