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VIERA HD Ready, 127cmV Screen, HD Optimizer, Advanced 3D Colour Management, with Pedestal Stand

V-real Technology For Ultimate High Picture Quality

1080p Digital Processing Chip-Set
1080p Digital Re-mastering Processor
3,072 Equivalent Steps of Gradation
Max. 10,000 : 1 Contrast
HD Optimizer
Advanced 3D Colour management
Motion Pattern Noise Reduction
Sub-Pixel Controller
Other Features


VIERA Link
2 x HDMI Input
High Quality Elegant Design
PC Input
Technical Specifications

TV Tuner
Tuner Integrated: Yes
DVB Digital Tuner: Yes
Tuning System: PLL synthesizer 100-position auto-search tuner
Fastext: 1500P Level 2.5, FASTEXT/LIST/TOP
Receiving System: PAL -I, DVB; AV-NTSC: PAL-525/60, NTSC, M-NTSC

Display

Screen Size / Screen Aspect: 50 inch (127 cm) diagonal
Panel: G10 Progressive HD Plasma Display Panel
Number of Pixels: 1,049,088 (1,366 x 768) pixels
Applicable PC Signals: XGA (SXGA compressed)
Displayable Colours: Max 29 billion equavalent colours for darker part
Contrast Ratio:Max. 10,000:1

Sound

Speakers: Full-Range x 2
Audio Output: 20 W (10 W x 2), 10 percent THD
Ambience: Yes
Terminals
HDMI Input: 2
PC Input: Mini D-sub 15-pin x 1 (rear)
Audio Input (for PC)
RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
Component Video Input
RCA phono type x 3 (Y , PB, PR) (rear)
Audio Input (for Component Video)
RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
Audio output
RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set rear)

Features

Screen Saver: Wobbling
Multi Window: PAT
Aspect Controls: Panasonic Auto/16:9/14:9/4:3/Zoom1/Zoom2/Zoom3

General

Power Supply: AC 220 - 240 V, 50/60Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D): Without Stand - 1210 x 793 x 97

Bargain with remastering 1080p chip set, and 50" , vierra build quality is surperb also.
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#1
Why voting cold? if its cold please leave reasoning for voting cold
#2
Mate - £999 at John Lewis with a 5 year warranty could be the reason - £849.99 at Dixons.
#3
1,366 x 768 pixels is not true High-Def

1080p/i is 1,920 x 1,080 pixels
720p is 1,280 x 720 pixels

and does it playback 24fps properly?
#4
JoolsG4
1,366 x 768 pixels is not true High-Def

1080p/i is 1,920 x 1,080 pixels
720p is 1,280 x 720 pixels

and does it playback 24fps properly?



There's always one...

Perhaps you need to take this up with Panasonic for claiming their sets are HD then - muppet.:whistling:
#5
moob
There's always one...

Perhaps you need to take this up with Panasonic for claiming their sets are HD then - muppet.:whistling:


Muppet?

Perhaps you need to grow up, and not start childish name calling, simply because someone posted information that may be useful to less knowledgeable readers, who may not realise there are different levels of "HD-Ready"-ness...

What are you, 8 years old?
#6
JoolsG4
1,366 x 768 pixels is not true High-Def

1080p/i is 1,920 x 1,080 pixels
720p is 1,280 x 720 pixels

and does it playback 24fps properly?


while numbers can proove something better than something else, there is still many other factors than how many pixels a screen has.

Panasonic Plasmas are the best out there, and beat many TVs that claim to be true HD. Also SD picture quality is pretty good on these sets, which is pretty important on a 50" tele

Hot vote from me, probably the John Lewis deal is better w/ 5 year warrenty
#7
Voted cold as you can get this from dixons for £849.94 inc del (Use voucher AW20 for £20 off)

Sould vote hot / cold on the deal rather than the product...
#8
JoolsG4
Muppet?

Perhaps you need to grow up, and not start childish name calling, simply because someone posted information that may be useful to less knowledgeable readers, who may not realise there are different levels of "HD-Ready"-ness...

What are you, 8 years old?


I posted that because this forum is awash with people making 'knowledgeable' contributions on the definition of HD Ready etc.

No one claimed the product was 'True High Def' as you put it, yet you decided to make this assessment on it.

FYI the Pana PX70 series do apparently play 24fps properly, although (perhaps you already know) there are a number of people who have issues with whether or not this is correct.

Apologies if I snapped at you, didn't note you were new here, but there is too much focus on here with people rabbiting on about 1080p etc...Panasonic sets do not win countless awards for no reason.
#9
Oops, just compared prices to the 42 inch version. My bad.

Anyway....

Available for £918.99 delivered here with stand http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=TH50PX70PED

Or screen only for £850 plus £20 delivery from Dixons.
#10
is it just 1 year guarantee
#11
Mark_D;1608559
Or screen only for £850 plus £20 delivery from Dixons.


mark_d, if you were to read the rest of this thread you would see that i said about the voucher that gives a £20 discount!
#12
roadie;1608820
is it just 1 year guarantee

yes and no... yes but if it died after one year you would have a case that it was not fit for purpose - someone will prob know the proper wording and a link to more info!
#13
gary_rip
yes and no... yes but if it died after one year you would have a case that it was not fit for purpose - someone will prob know the proper wording and a link to more info!


Inviting a lot of time and hassle with that approach Gary, I know as a work alongside trading standards officers.

Always better to get a decent warranty, rather than cry foul to the retailer/manufacturer when the warranty runs out.

Panasonic frequently do a free 5 yr deal - always worth looking out for, either that or it's John Lewis or Robert Whyte for their 5 year warranties.
#14
moob
I posted that because this forum is awash with people making 'knowledgeable' contributions on the definition of HD Ready etc.


So what? It's only regular, frequent posters like you who reads every post on this forum. Surely you're aware that this site attracts new users every day who probably don't read much past the front page or the item their interested in?

Perhaps you should go and stand in the TV department of your local Dixons or Currys for a few minutes and listen to the total guff that is spread around about HD from supposedly knowledgeable salespeople. Telling people of the different resolutions allows the average 'Joe' to make a more informed purchasing decision, and possibly avoid disappointment later. Isn't that also what this site is about?

moob
No one claimed the product was 'True High Def' as you put it, yet you decided to make this assessment on it.


I never "assessed" that this product is claiming to be True High def either. I merely listed the different resolutions of HD compared to the specifications of this product.

moob
Apologies if I snapped at you, didn't note you were new here,


Ah, ok... so if I wasn't "new here" childish name calling would be alright, eh?

Unfortunately, it's people like you who make new visitors scared to post anything on forums such as this, for fear of being attacked for no reason.

Just because you've been here longer, racked up ~700 posts and probably read virtually everything posted on a daily basis, doesn't make you superior or give you the right to start childish name calling.

moob
but there is too much focus on here with people rabbiting on about 1080p etc..


For good reason too. It's an important distinction, only made more confusing by rubbishy salesmen and the vague, too easily used "HD Ready" term.

Perhaps I can draw your attention to the vertical bar on the right-hand side of your browser window. It's called a "scroll bar" and by using it you can happily whizz past posts that are maybe useful to new visitors, but no so much to established ones such as yourself. It'll also give you more time to post helpful responses instead of wasting your time starting unnecessary conflicts...
#15
does john lewis have a good warranty do they charge excess fees
#16
John Lewis offer 5 years warranties.

In terms of getting things fixed outside warranties- you are reliant on how good the retailer are. I got a TV fixed 2.5 years after I bought it from Argos, and Argos immediately refunded the cost. Similarly I have taken a DVD player into Argos outside of warranty and they immediately swapped for a brand new one.

Think that is the rarity rather than the norm however. And are the only two isolated incidents of good customer service I have ever had from Argos
#17
lol, im just thinking that i need a retailer which offers installments but then again is it worth buying the pz70 for an additional 300 pounds?
#18
JoolsG4
So what? It's only regular, frequent posters like you who reads every post on this forum. Surely you're aware that this site attracts new users every day who probably don't read much past the front page or the item their interested in?

Perhaps you should go and stand in the TV department of your local Dixons or Currys for a few minutes and listen to the total guff that is spread around about HD from supposedly knowledgeable salespeople. Telling people of the different resolutions allows the average 'Joe' to make a more informed purchasing decision, and possibly avoid disappointment later. Isn't that also what this site is about?

I never "assessed" that this product is claiming to be True High def either. I merely listed the different resolutions of HD compared to the specifications of this product.

Ah, ok... so if I wasn't "new here" childish name calling would be alright, eh?

Unfortunately, it's people like you who make new visitors scared to post anything on forums such as this, for fear of being attacked for no reason.

Just because you've been here longer, racked up ~700 posts and probably read virtually everything posted on a daily basis, doesn't make you superior or give you the right to start childish name calling.

For good reason too. It's an important distinction, only made more confusing by rubbishy salesmen and the vague, too easily used "HD Ready" term.

Perhaps I can draw your attention to the vertical bar on the right-hand side of your browser window. It's called a "scroll bar" and by using it you can happily whizz past posts that are maybe useful to new visitors, but no so much to established ones such as yourself. It'll also give you more time to post helpful responses instead of wasting your time starting unnecessary conflicts...


Thanks for you input.

I'd call this an assessment:

JoolsG4
1,366 x 768 pixels is not true High-Def

1080p/i is 1,920 x 1,080 pixels
720p is 1,280 x 720 pixels

and does it playback 24fps properly?


Given your now well seeded opinions on my contribution to the forum, did you feel it necessary to become so condescending?

If you were so hurt by someone making an off the cuff remark, did it really make you feel better to adopt the attitude?

I apologised at the end of my last post, yet you still feel the need to have a pop - well done.

'unnecessary conflicts' indeed.

Sorry to have hurt your feelings, perhaps you'll get over it, and welcome to HUKD!:thumbsup:
#19
is 1080p essential?!
#20
roadie;1610098
is 1080p essential?!


I would say not. I think that is why Jools' comments got a bit of stick.

1080p has nothing to do with picture quality. When I was looking there were people with Panasonic SD panels (even lower res than this) who were getting better pictures than HD TVs when viewing HD material. If you are into gaming then maybe 1080p may be of interest.
You are better off looking on AVForums for advice than on here. And better still seeing the TVs with your own eyes - but this is hard in shop conditions as they in no way reflect your own living room.
#21
Does anyone know if this comes with teletext ? :w00t:

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