£349.95 Panasonic Viera TX-P37C2B Plasma HD Ready Digital Television, 37 Inch + Free 5 year guarantee + FREE Delivery £349.95 @ John lewis - HotUKDeals
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Smart design and an excellent high definition picture combine on the Panasonic Viera TX-P37C2B plasma TV.
You’ll enjoy enhanced colour reproduction thanks to x.v.Colour technology. And thanks to 100Hz Double Speed motion technology images are smooth and flicker free. There’s also a dedicated Game Mode which enables quicker image response when connected your game console.

You’ll also enjoy atmospheric sound from the integral V-Audio sound system and a wide selection of channels thanks to its integrated digital tuner. An SD memory card slot lets you run a photo slideshow for family and friends on the big screen.

This television is ‘high definition ready’ which means it has the ability to display high definition signals with the addition of a separate HD receiver. HD broadcasts are at a much higher resolution than regular analogue or digital broadcasts and have greatly enhanced picture quality. The level of detail is astonishing with clearer, sharper and more vibrant images.

Special Buy: These offers are available for a limited time only and are exceptional value as we've been able to secure one-off discounts from our suppliers.
Key Features

3D Ready No



Audio qualityDifferent manufacturers use different sound systems to improve your audio experience V-Audio Surround



AV inputsWhere on the TV your DVD Player or other equipment can be plugged in Rear



Brand Panasonic



Brightness Information not available

Digital tunerDigital tuners give a better quality picture and let you receive extra channels without an additional Freeview box. Freeview

Dimensions H64 x W93 x D9.5 (without stand)


DLNADigital Living Network Alliance compatible - lets you build a digital network around the home with other DLNA devices No


Frame rate 100Hz


Freesat built in No


Freeview HD built in No


Full HD 1080p No


Guarantee FREE 5 year guarantee


HD ReadyAbility to display high-definition pictures when connected to an HD compatible device Yes

LED backlighting No

Memory card slotGreater amount of slots means more variety of card formats can be used SD


Model name / number TX-P37C2B

S-Video socketSeparate Video- only handles the video aspect of the signal but will give a better picture by using two separate conductors for colour and detail information. 1


SCART socketsSocket for connecting audio-visual equipment together 1

Screen formatTraditional 4:3 is used on smaller TVs. Widescreen or 16:9 is a wider 'cinema-style' format Widescreen

Screen resolutionPicture quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality 1,024 x 768
Screen size 37"


Speaker output (RMS)The total output measured in watts. The higher the number, the louder the sound! 20W


Table Top Stand Included

Visible screen size (measured diagonally)Diagonal measurement across screen 94cm

Web enabledAccess the internet or selected websites through the TV No
Weight 21.5kg
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#1
Is there any HDMI point?
#2
2 hdmi ports, but quite a reflective screen apartently.

Also not 1080p.

That said, for the price, and the warranty, its a great deal.
#3
Not really a good deal given the plethora of 1080p circa 40" deals out in the £400 range there but I grant you it is a great warranty.

Just begs the question why on earth they bother to continue to make non 1080 models ?
#4
Plasma at 720p and 37" is fine, plus SD looks better on 720p and EDTV panels than 1080p. A great price for a Panasonic plasma for the bedroom.
#5
Shame it's not 1080p with Freeview HD otherwise i'd have that! :)
#6
burstlikeabubble
Shame it's not 1080p with Freeview HD otherwise i'd have that! :)

1080P isnt needed on a 37" screen numpty nuts, dont get all wrapped up in figures and statistics when you dont know what they mean, PS: A 15 Megapixel Camera doesn't necessarily offer better images than a 10 Megapixel Camera.
#7
I agree with 720 nonsense re this size but is that true re camera?
#8
yes
bargainhunter666
I agree with 720 nonsense re this size but is that true re camera?
#9
bargainhunter666
I agree with 720 nonsense re this size but is that true re camera?

Very much so yes :)
#10
Umm with my discount this wud cost me abt 315.i might get ths but want some reviews.
#11
We have a 42 in Panasonic plasma HD ready - it is a great telly, HD films, nature prog's, animations all look awesome. I know people mention the reflective screen on Panasonics but I can't say we have noticed a problem.

Currys I think were doing a Panny 42in plasma the other week for £350, but I can't find it on their site now. Considering the 5 year warranty, this is a good deal.
#12
Hi guys,
Off topic but I hope someone can help.
I bought a Panasonic TX-P42x10 six months ago on a great deal for around £500.
The image is not as you would expect from such a high rated screen.
I tried DVDs, Blu-Rays and hd videos straight from the camera, but , when there is any moving object in the picture, i get a blur around it until it stops. then the image kind of stabilise and gets sharp.
I noticed that with cable TV Virgin Media, anything that is a logo or writing on the screen, like bbc news title moving at the bottom of the screen.
The snooker ball seem to be all one block when filmed from above in a rack.
I have enquired in other forums but no real answer to the problem.
Any help?
If it is the TV and call the warranty, would they expect me to send it to them or they come and look at it at my place? (John Lewis warranty)
Thanks
#13
scorching hot 350 quid,panny,5years warranty,its a no brainer,fab deal,just ordered,delivered next tuesday
#14
jimmy2007
Hi guys,Off topic but I hope someone can help.I bought a Panasonic TX-P42x10 six months ago on a great deal for around £500.The image is not as you would expect from such a high rated screen.I tried DVDs, Blu-Rays and hd videos straight from the camera, but , when there is any moving object in the picture, i get a blur around it until it stops. then the image kind of stabilise and gets sharp.I noticed that with cable TV Virgin Media, anything that is a logo or writing on the screen, like bbc news title moving at the bottom of the screen.The snooker ball seem to be all one block when filmed from above in a rack.I have enquired in other forums but no real answer to the problem.Any help?If it is the TV and call the warranty, would they expect me to send it to them or they come and look at it at my place? (John Lewis warranty)Thanks
Hmm...what sort of leads are you using to connect everything up? Cheap scart leads etc can have problems with signal bleed into each other. Try to pull the cables as far apart as you can and see if this makes any difference.
#15
£399 now
#16
Skewen
£399 now


yep
#17
Lofty124
jimmy2007
Hi guys,Off topic but I hope someone can help.I bought a Panasonic TX-P42x10 six months ago on a great deal for around £500.The image is not as you would expect from such a high rated screen.I tried DVDs, Blu-Rays and hd videos straight from the camera, but , when there is any moving object in the picture, i get a blur around it until it stops. then the image kind of stabilise and gets sharp.I noticed that with cable TV Virgin Media, anything that is a logo or writing on the screen, like bbc news title moving at the bottom of the screen.The snooker ball seem to be all one block when filmed from above in a rack.I have enquired in other forums but no real answer to the problem.Any help?If it is the TV and call the warranty, would they expect me to send it to them or they come and look at it at my place? (John Lewis warranty)Thanks
Hmm...what sort of leads are you using to connect everything up? Cheap scart leads etc can have problems with signal bleed into each other. Try to pull the cables as far apart as you can and see if this makes any difference.

Tried, but no difference.
Problem is there even with a HMDI cable on its own.
#18
jimmy2007
[quote=Lofty124][quote=jimmy2007]Tried, but no difference.Problem is there even with a HMDI cable on its own.

Any chance you have another tv in the house that you can try connected upto the same set up? If not, it does look like its a warranty return for repair or replacement.

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