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Panasonic TX-32LXD700

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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
who can find the best deal? rep will be given to the ''winner''!!!!
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
to know this as well - cheapest I've seen is £726 at Dixons with the voucher
#2
anybody found a cheaper price ? what voucher was used ? I only see a £20 off voucher but that would them make the tv. 759
#3
Im guessing it will be a while after chrismas before you can get this tv for a more reasonable price.... more the £600 - £700 sort of range.
#4
Not worth going for the 70 instead of the 700?
#5
Could be a better choice

I think the 700 looks better (case wise) if I saw the correct TVs in my currys the 700 has black shiny case a looks more modern, 70 has a silver lining going around the tv case and looks a little bit dated to me(looks wise).

The 700 has an extra hdmi port an sd card slot (which I probably wont use) for still pics and has a better in-built speaker system.

One other thing is I think that the 700 has a optical out and the 70 dosent (which I think would be useful if I wanted to eventually get surround sound system / amp / etc.....but then again Im not sure if that is really important on the tv or not )

any good deals on the 70 about ? I know its around 599. anything better than that about.
#6
I know it's not the same model as requested, but Costco have the Panasonic 32inch LCD TV - TX-32LMD70, for £469.99 + vat. However, there's £70 off if you purchase during 5 and 11th November (using Costco Passport voucher), making it a total £399.99 + Vat (£469.99 inclusive of vat).

Like I said it's not a (plasma) the same model as requested, but it's a 32 inch LCD Panny.

Charlie Brown

p.s. you have to be a Costco member, or know someone who is, to make purchase.
#7
whats the best price for these tv's now ? both the 70 & 700
#8
The 700 is the better buy because it doesn't have ghosting when watching such things as sport, action movies or playing games. 700 has double the speed response apparently. Guess that's why there is such a gap in price.

http://www.stockchecker.co.uk/

Go here and have a look. Even gives you voucher codes which is handy.
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WooHoo!!!
The 700 is the better buy because it doesn't have ghosting when watching such things as sport, action movies or playing games. 700 has double the speed response apparently. Guess that's why there is such a gap in price.


I think you are confusing the LXD70 with the LMD70 - the LXD70 uses the same panel as the LXD700 and is 100mhz like the LXD700.

Dixons £588....
http://www.lcd-tv-prices.co.uk/compare-prices/Panasonic-TX32LXD70.html

Not sure why you need a digital output from the TV as presumably any signal the TV receives directly (not from DVD player, Sky box etc) is stereo.
#10
I would stretch to the 700 if you can afford it -
-looks better
-3HDMIs to 2 on the 70
-PIP (not on the 70)
-superior sound system
-card reader
#11
Thinking about it Im not so sure a 32" TV is going to be a big enough upgrade from my 28" widescreen CRT or if its really necessary for HD for me at the moment? the only thing I have right now that could do HD is my 360. and there isnt really any highly recommened 37" out, I mean recommened as in the way the 32 70 & 700 are (eg good reviews everywhere)

& thinking about it I cant imagine that a 720p set would be a drastic improvement over the uk standard res of 576. Im confused as hell I have ppl telling me I dont need a new telly & others saying just get one and I the sort of person who starts stressing about getting a damm TV and wanting it for the right price & with the right warranty, blah, blah, blah.

If I do get a hdtv I plan to get a bedroom set up with amp, surround sound, a ps3 for blu rays, probably would end up spending between £1500 - £2000 in total. TBH at the moment i never watch any of my DVDs alot of them are still in plastic but I think having surround sound & bass, etc might make me watch them to experience the effects.

sorry about the rant, but Im getting stressed over this, which I shouldnt.
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jg213
Thinking about it Im not so sure a 32" TV is going to be a big enough upgrade from my 28" widescreen CRT or if its really necessary for HD for me at the moment? the only thing I have right now that could do HD is my 360. and there isnt really any highly recommened 37" out, I mean recommened as in the way the 32 70 & 700 are (eg good reviews everywhere)

& thinking about it I cant imagine that a 720p set would be a drastic improvement over the uk standard res of 576. Im confused as hell I have ppl telling me I dont need a new telly & others saying just get one and I the sort of person who starts stressing about getting a damm TV and wanting it for the right price & with the right warranty, blah, blah, blah.

If I do get a hdtv I plan to get a bedroom set up with amp, surround sound, a ps3 for blu rays, probably would end up spending between £1500 - £2000 in total. TBH at the moment i never watch any of my DVDs alot of them are still in plastic but I think having surround sound & bass, etc might make me watch them to experience the effects.

sorry about the rant, but Im getting stressed over this, which I shouldnt.

With regards the size of the tv - I sure I read that a 32" LCD screen is equivalent to a 33" crt screen. The main thing that should determine your screen size is your viewing distance from the screen.

It can be a nightmare picking a new telly but you do notice the higher definition from Xboxs. If you are happy with your CRT I'd wait. There are still issues with motion blur and with displaying blacks with LCDs and presumably the price will continue to drop...
#13
Heard that the 700's are like hot cakes at the mo!
These are worth a try?

http://www.mrmdvd.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=71_92&products_id=637

http://www.mrmdvd.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=71_101&products_id=688

With a Panasonic 5 Year warranty as well BUT! you would need to go in and purchase instore ONLY!

Well worth i think!!:thumbsup:

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