Hitachi P50T01 HD Ready 50" Plasma TV with Freeview £714.99 delivered. - HotUKDeals
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The P50T01 is the flagship model of the new T series, using a new elegant design and a host of amazing features. Combined with the Hitachi ALiS 1080 panel and Picture Master FHD engine this TV provides state of the art picture quality and an outstanding viewing experience.

127cm Visible Plasma Widescreen Television.
PICTURE MASTER FHD Engine.
2 x HDMI Sockets.
Optical Audio Output Terminal.
USB Socket.
Multi Picture Modes.
High Resolution of 1280 x 1080 Pixels.
Integrated Digital Television (IDTV).
3 x SCART Sockets.
SD Card Reader.
2000 Page Teletext.
Motorised Power Swivel Stand.
Dimensions 1240 x 882 x 423.
Weight 50kg.
12 Month Manufacturers Warranty.
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#1
Very good price for 1080p screen.
Have'nt seen any reviews.
#2
Just placed my order, nice one Overlord. Hope it's a good un as reviews are fairly thin on the ground. Of the ones I have seen, it comes out at about 8/10!
#3
Be careful, summary says 1280x1080. A full HD 1080p screen is 1920X1080.
#4
Yeah this isn't 1080p
#5
It's not 1080p, but performs suprisingly well. Worth having a look at a review or two though. Try: http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/plasma/hitachi_p50t01u.htm
#7
Bought one of these sets two weeks ago for £740. One of the best deals I have ever had. Superb picture and sound. This is a great deal. Go for it!!!
#8
Which magazine always gives hitachi's dire reviews as to quality. Though I have never seen this one so I suppose it could be an exception.
#9
Must admit that this IS a great price but it's still £700 odd that you could potentially be wasting unless you have actually SEEN this model in operation.

Sorry to be a show-stopper but it amazes me how many people will cough up for something that they are going to be stuck in the front of, every night for the next 5plus years, putting up with inferior sound/picture quality compared to one costing perhaps, £50 more which would be far superior. Point is, you will never know, will you.

Regards reviews, it like holidays. 'Yeah, wonderful place - spent all day on the beach' doesn't inspire me to visit said destination. Even if it does get given five stars. I like to travel.
Same thing here. Yep, sound quality - Er well, I can HEAR it if that's what you mean. Picture - what exactly do you mean by grainy?

A bit like Jeremy Clarkson, enthusing about the latest Alpha. Yeah, great till you need it repaired or worse still, have to do a job on it yourself.

I'm sure you understand what I mean.

And, YES I am on the lookout, this minute, for a nice big TV.
#10
zxcvbnm;1550052
Which magazine always gives hitachi's dire reviews as to quality. Though I have never seen this one so I suppose it could be an exception.

which? are a joke though especially when it comes to reviewing tv's.....how do they rate them...well here we go and dont laugh

[SIZE=2]40% - picture quality (what?!!)[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]20% to sound (why so high)[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]20% to ease of use (why who cares - 20%, its a tv not the space shuttle)[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]10% features (why who cares, pip is a waste of space)[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]5% power use (why who cares..there is little difference between LCDs and plasmas, plasmas use more on start up but less if left on for long periods, lcd's are constant)[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]and 5% for digital TV features(why who cares).[/SIZE]

now no prizes for identify the flaw...what is the most important aspect of a tv......picture perhaps? (for its 100% as sound is via my seperate amp and speakers

so a tv with great sound - 20%, is ease to use 20%, great features 10%, is digital ready 5%, is low on power 5%, but has an awful picture 1% can still get into their best buy lsit with 61%....lol, lol, lol!!!

they also hate plasmas because they use alot of power - to the point where the only way they could mark down the Pioneer Kuro - still a best buy tho - was because of its 'horrible remote' (er its a decent remote actually, doubles as a weapon...maybe a little heavy for the which? babies)

they also use cut and paste alot in their reviews - eg read the panasonic plasma and LCD tv reviews

this tv gets 4/5 in what hifi s&v - about average for a plasma (only a handful of LCD's get over 4/5 but nearly all plasmas get 5/5) imo they are much more respected in this field than which?
#12
The 50 inch panny with pedestal stand at £899 is an even better buy!
#13
rizla01;1550165
Must admit that this IS a great price but it's still £700 odd that you could potentially be wasting unless you have actually SEEN this model in operation.

Sorry to be a show-stopper but it amazes me how many people will cough up for something that they are going to be stuck in the front of, every night for the next 5plus years, putting up with inferior sound/picture quality compared to one costing perhaps, £50 more which would be far superior. Point is, you will never know, will you.

Regards reviews, it like holidays. 'Yeah, wonderful place - spent all day on the beach' doesn't inspire me to visit said destination. Even if it does get given five stars. I like to travel.
Same thing here. Yep, sound quality - Er well, I can HEAR it if that's what you mean. Picture - what exactly do you mean by grainy?

A bit like Jeremy Clarkson, enthusing about the latest Alpha. Yeah, great till you need it repaired or worse still, have to do a job on it yourself.

I'm sure you understand what I mean.

And, YES I am on the lookout, this minute, for a nice big TV.


agreed, that's why i bought a 42in Pioneer Kuro..expensive but worth it....especially like me if youve wall mounted it and the cables are threaded between the walls
just watch 300 on it....anyone who says 'but it isnt 1080p' clearly hasnt seen one properly setup in action (eg in a specialist audio visual shop, not in a box shifter like comet/currys) - better than any 40-46in LCD/Plasma (i have seen them all)
#14
Might sound crazy, what are peoples thoughts on this as a pc monitor (hdmi > dvi adapter) after vat and tax its like £300 through the business.....
#15
Saint Nick;1550524
The 50 inch panny with pedestal stand at £899 is an even better buy!

yeh i'd go for the panny over the Hitachi..but if money is no object then the £3K Pioneer 1080p 50in plasma is awesome....my last big tv was still going strong at 8 years old, unlike my ****** samsung and toshiba....i think more so these days, you DO get what you pay for...some cheap stuff really is appalling - just look at some of the tv's in Asda - Onn - dreadful picture quality - like watching a film through a goldfish bowl
#16
jebellenie;1549309
Be careful, summary says 1280x1080. A full HD 1080p screen is 1920X1080.


so not perfect for blu ray then and er, er, er...
#17
I bought one in December, and although its was well priced, I have to say the picture quality was slightly disappointing when compared to our sony bravia 32". But can't complain, got a 50" for under £800 that "does the job" for the space we have.
In summary you pay for quality, so if its a 50" for under £800 then this is your tv
Ps oh yeah forgot to add the motorised swivel stand is fun too.
#18
picked one up from crampton and moore paid £720 but onlt £50 for 3 year warranty
the remote movable stand is a great gimick
#19
tonez
Yeah this isn't 1080p

Sorry.:oops: Went to the Hitachi site and saw the Full HD symbol against this TV and took them on their word. The spec details did not say 1080p or 1080i (deliberate?)

Picture quality is not always dictated by resolution though.
#20
Right my brother in law has just got this tv and I'll say for the price it's a great buy. I,m quite an av nut with a 50" panny PZ700 myself so I know the difference, but when most people have trouble setting up their own tv as he did and muggins has to go round and set it up, for them it's as good as anything on the market and the remote swivel stand is the icing on the cake for them. As I said for the price it's an excellent buy which will suit most people.
#21
Voted hot, I delivered one of these today and they are very big and heavy, you will need a big room for this and be sitting at least 12 feet away to get decent results, if you don't have this space you would be better buying a smaller quality 1080p lcd for this money, you wouldn't believe the amount of people who buy bigger screens and sit six feet away
#22
paulwbell
picked one up from crampton and moore paid £720 but onlt £50 for 3 year warranty
the remote movable stand is a great gimick


Can only see it at £799 on their site. With the warranty this seems a better deal
#23
had one of these for 2 years no problems , slow on the screen when you press a button on the remote
the swivel stand is ace .
2 hdmi at the back one at the front

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