42" Panasonic Viera TX-L42U2B LCD 1080p £499 with 5 year guarantee @John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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This TV also benefits from an IPS Alpha panel. Its wide viewing angle ensures images are crisp and clear from any place in the living room. While you have family and friends over why not run a slideshow for them on the TX-L42U2B’s big beautiful screen? Simply remove the SD memory card from your digital still camera, and slip it in to the TV’s memory card slot. Full-HD videos in AVCHD format can also be played back this way.

The TX-L42U2B features a Game Mode which optimizes the screen for video games and reproduces darker graphic images more clearly. It also features an integrated digital tuner for a wider choice of channels and a top up TV slot. Planning your viewing is easy with the electronic programme guide. Includes a table top stand.


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#1
Only £454 at Amazon (but of course that's without JL's warranty).

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#2
As much as I love Panasonic, their Plasmas are much better than their LCDs
#3
assortments
Only £454 at Amazon (but of course that's without JL's warranty).

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Why do people post even though its not the same deal

Hot from me :)
#4
Why do people post even though its not the same deal


OP didn't mention the JL warranty initially (post has subsequently been edited to refer to it). Not everyone would be fussed about paying for the extended warranty, so I figured it might be a useful comparison.

I didn't say it was cold, did I?
#5
stezo2k
As much as I love Panasonic, their Plasmas are much better than their LCDs


Yes, and by and large as all rounders, plasmas offfer better picture quality than LCD's though not always - it's down to presonal choice (especially 1080p) but for the same money I know which TV I would choose...
#6
why expired? still showing 10 avaiable?
#7
The deal is still on, how do you go about bringing it back to life ?
#8
i bought one of these sets, during the world cup, terrible picture...really quite large pixels can be seen making up the images & watching football was very poor quality, like a 'ghosting/fuzz' around the players & really distorted images of the players etc themselves, sent it back after the engineer comfirmed it wasnt upto scratch, wether i had a faulty set or not im not 100% but i think it was the way the tv was actually manufactured. good price/deal, but i just could not sit & enjoy it, left me very frustrated. since got a panasonic plasma, i did pay more, but alot better quality, alot happier now! ps, not alot of info on this model set about on the net, possible exclusive/imoport...?!
#9
silkystam
i bought one of these sets, during the world cup, terrible picture...really quite large pixels can be seen making up the images & watching football was very poor quality, like a 'ghosting/fuzz' around the players & really distorted images of the players etc themselves, sent it back after the engineer comfirmed it wasnt upto scratch, wether i had a faulty set or not im not 100% but i think it was the way the tv was actually manufactured. good price/deal, but i just could not sit & enjoy it, left me very frustrated. since got a panasonic plasma, i did pay more, but alot better quality, alot happier now! ps, not alot of info on this model set about on the net, possible exclusive/imoport...?!


The thing about LCDs is they are unforgiving of SD sources so something like this would highlight the low bitrates of freeview and SD much more. If it wasn't that not sure what the problem was as its a 1080p set so you shouldn't be able to see the pixels themselves unless your eyeballs are practically touching the screen.

Had a look in John Lewis yesterday and the brighter image of most LCDs do give a positive first impression over plasma and you can imagine a lot of people ending up with LCD because of it. Some of the LCD colours were clearly unnatural at times and it was easy to see motion judder on panning shots though. There was one LCD tv with a wii connected via composite. The image was so horrible it was frightening. The most decrepid old CRT could produce a better image than that.
#10
now 479 at JL

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