Expired - Panasonic P50G20B 50" Full HD 600Hz Plasma TV VieraCast, Freesat & Freeview HD £780.15 @ QVCuk - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic 50" Full HD plasma TV with Freeview HD, Freesat and VieraCast for internet apps. You'll enjoy seamlessly smooth images and fast picture refresh rates with the 600Hz sub-field drive technology, plus bright and well-defined colours with the TV's high native contrast ratio. Make this fantastic Panasonic plasma TV the perfect centrepiece to your home entertainment setup. Third party despatch: please allow 10 - 14 working days for delivery. UK only.
Access free-to-air HD entertainment straight away with Freeview HD and Freesat tuners built in*.

Panasonic's VieraCast technology allows you to access some of your favourite online content through your TV - YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Skype and more (broadband connection required).

With four HDMI ports you can plug all of your HD sources (Blu-ray player, Sky HD or Virgin HD box) into the TV at once to experience glorious Full HD entertainment.

Plug in your X-Box 360, PlayStation 3 via HDMI and the TV's Game Mode will optimise the screen settings for a fantastic gaming experience.

The TV features Panasonic's Neo plasma technology and image analysis technology to give you fantastic pictures.

*Freeview HD coverage varies. Freesat requires a satellite dish to view.

Technical specifications:
Screen: 50" G13 progressive Full HD Neo plasma display panel
Response speed: 0.001ms
Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1080
Native contrast ratio: 5,000,000:1
Intelligent frame creation: 600Hz sub field drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro
24p smooth film playback
Picture modes: Dynamic, Normal, THX, Cinema, Game, Photo, Pro1, Pro2 (ISFccc)
Viera Image Viewer compatibility: AVCHD, SD-Video, DivXHD, JPEG, MP3, AAC playback
Speakers: 2 x 10W
Audio: V-Audio Surround, Dolby Digital Plus/CONEQ
Dimensions without stand (w x h x d): 121.8cm x 76.9cm x 8.2cm (48" x 30.3" x 3.2")
Dimensions with stand (w x h x d): 121.8cm x 80.8cm x 33.5cm (48" x 31.8" x 13.2")
Weight without stand: 26kg
Weight with stand: 29kg

Common Interface
2 x USB
4 x HDMI
Composite video
Component video
PC in
RCA phono audio input (for HDMI, PC and component)
RF in

What's in the box?
Panasonic TX-P50G20B plasma TV
Remote control
Table-top stand
Power lead
Instruction manual

All measurements are approximate
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John Lewis £899.00
Sound & Vision £829
Amazon £809.00

This is one of the very few companies that lets you have everything on a 30 day trail and if you don't like they will pick it up plus you can pay for it by 3 monthly payment at no extra charge
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Quidco on this as well
Brilliant offer on a fantastic TV! Ordered was actually looking for this very set and was about to buy at John Lewis when I saw this add.

Granted the 50G30B is around the corner but will be double this price for not much more TV. Best time to buy!

I Bought a 32G10B LCD this time last year and that is a fab TV so expecting the same here!

Thanks mad cap for the heads up on Quidco 5% back if it tracks. This set is over £1000 at tesco and comet.

Edited By: karpy on Mar 05, 2011 09:52
I have a 42PX70 at the moment great TV, whats the power consumption on the 50" anyone know
for another £120 doesnt the john lewis set make more sense with the 5 year warranty?
for another £120 doesnt the john lewis set make more sense with the 5 year warranty?

Depends, you have some cover under SOGA, if it was an extra £40-£50 might be worth it but £120 is alot extra for a warranty
richer sound are doing the 46" for £699.95 or with a 5yr guarantee its £769.94.
Warranties shouldn't be a problem anymore there are companies who specialize in electrical products you can take cover on line the price of a £500 camera was £25 go to warranty Direct

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