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Seems to be a good price for a Panasonic.

* 32" LCD widescreen TV * Intelligent Scene Controller (7000:1) Contrast
* Ultra Wide 178 Degree Viewing Angle (Horizontally) * Resolution 1366 x 768
* Advanced 3D Colour management * V-Audio - Bottom Speaker System (10W + 10W)
* VIERA Link for Easy Operation * PC Input * HDMI x 2 * Scart x 2

Beware. This appears to be a model for the Republic of Ireland and, as such, does not have a built in freeview tuner.
- eek
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#1
Am I correct in thinking this is the model without freeview?

Still a great price methinks - heat added. :thumbsup:
#2
Order from Currys (or Dixons if you have Egg card) through Quidco then call them to match with Amazon.

No problems – Dixons/Egg in my case telephone number 08000682868. The only difference is delivery within 5 working days.
#3
M-X
Am I correct in thinking this is the model without freeview?

Still a great price methinks - heat added. :thumbsup:



YES
#4
http://www.panasonic.co.uk/lcd-tv/tx-32lmd70/index.htm

As above Dixon's model is LMD - with DT. They do not check.
#5
Not sure what to make of this, Is it any good?

Going to be ordering up the Samsung LE32R87BD soon?
#6
grrrr i need to get home and measure to see if this'll fit in the bedroom!!!

no-one order one til i can get home :p
#7
Amazon list this as TX-32LM70F
which is not a UK model it seems... unless someone knows otherwise.
#8
Cheap Cheap Cheap !
#9
The 'F' version is used in Belgium and Luxembourg (and maybe elsewhere in Europe). Dilemma now... the LMD version is £100 more - is it worth that amount just for integrated Digital Tuner? I'd be using Sky mostly anyway, and failing that i've got Freeview via my DVD player...

Concerned how well it'll work in the UK (without a lot of tweaking etc).

Tough choice this, that's an excellent price for a Panasonic - I hate making hard decisions! If only John Lewis had done my Toshiba price match already...
#10
It's also 1080i rather than 1080p and 50hz rather than 100hz. There's a few color smoothing features missing and there's only one HDMI port. The tuner also seems to be different to UK TVs.

I've just cancelled my order as I think this needs looking into a bit further before I drop £400 on it. Could still be good though as the equivalent is supposedly one of the best around, just needs more research.
#11
For the post above saying Dixons don't check it...they do... or at least the guy I talked to did... made out it was £549! So I just said I hadn't noticed the 'D' and rang off sharpish :oops:



http://www.panasonic.be/servlet/PB/menu/1250785_l2/index.html
#12
There is no point aiming for 1080p on a 32" telly. The human eye won't be able to tell the difference at the distance you need to sit for the picture to decent.
#13
****** too big for my bedroom :( need a 26" ideally........ dont spose they got a 26" version of this anywhere for under £400?
#14
eek
There is no point aiming for 1080p on a 32" telly. The human eye won't be able to tell the difference at the distance you need to sit for the picture to decent.


Here. here, there is so much **** talked about 1080p and how you can't live without it but it really only matters on 45" plus. There is still a lot of snobbery paid for in the HD market with little understanding of hwo the different resolutions appear depending on how far you are away from your tv...
#15
So what is the best HD tv to get when you are sitting around 12-15 feet away to the screen?

I would love to get a HD ready telly for Xbox360 etc but whenever I go to Currys, Dixons etc, the pictures look no better than my 28" Beko CRT telly!!

Any advice greatly appreciated (if allowed).
#16
It doesn't have a VGA PC connection, you've got to use one of the 2 HDMI ports. Has anyone bought tv's intended for the European market before, and any opinions on them?
#17
Does look like quite a good buy! Just what i was after tbh!

Im going to do some reading up on it over at the AVForums + other places. Will post back what i can find out :)

Andyraino
It's also 1080i rather than 1080p and 50hz rather than 100hz. There's a few color smoothing features missing and there's only one HDMI port. The tuner also seems to be different to UK TVs.

I've just cancelled my order as I think this needs looking into a bit further before I drop £400 on it. Could still be good though as the equivalent is supposedly one of the best around, just needs more research.


1. You don't get 32" 1080p TVs

2. The 100Hz version of this is the LXD70 (or LX70) and costs at least £600. It's the same set with minor cosmetic touches and 100Hz technology.

3. Theres 2 HDMI ports

4. The tuner is the same. It lacks Freeview, but analogue tuners are universal (correct me if im wrong?). A Freeview box is cheap and not an issue anyway if you use Sky, Virgin or any other TV provider

mattk3410
It doesn't have a VGA PC connection


There we go, i knew there had to be some downside :(

And for those of you that need proof (i'd want it too):

http://www.panasonic.be/servlet/PB/show/1255228/TX-32LM70F_spec.pdf

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b8/satchef1/pana.jpg

No good for me then, unless i build a new computer with DVI or HDMI sockets...
#18
Good deal...Amazon sent me a 10%off voucher for some ordering mess-up so that's £359 for me..well actually for my dad who is mega pleased:-D
however................that means i now have to sort out his HD box........................:-(
#19
No good for me then, unless i build a new computer with DVI or HDMI sockets...


Dell M1330 comes with HDMI:whistling:
#20
No good for me then, unless i build a new computer with DVI or HDMI sockets...


New graphic cards would have dvi output as standard, all you need is a a cable:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=79636

for you hook up your computer to the tele.
#21
Amazing price... That only goes to tell how quickly the prices drop!
Voted burning hot, thanks!
#22
Would this be fine for SD through a seperate freeview box, and my 360?
#23
quadxpress
New graphic cards would have dvi output as standard, all you need is a a cable:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=79636

for you hook up your computer to the tele.


Its a laptop. Im probably going to be building a computer soon anyway so im still giving this some thought.

I've got a £600 budget at the moment so buying this would leave me with £200 towards a new computer. Just need to find the extra £300 i'd need first
#24
Does this knock the socks of the Hanspree 32" then? I just ordered that today and couldn't believe this deal popped up literally hours after my order.

So annoyed!
#25
supadid
Does this knock the socks of the Hanspree 32" then? I just ordered that today and couldn't believe this deal popped up literally hours after my order.

So annoyed!


I still can't decide between the two, as this Panasonic is Irish isn't it? Does this matter?
#26
svideo is ok to link up to the computer though isnt it?
#27
Goldenballs
I still can't decide between the two, as this Panasonic is Irish isn't it? Does this matter?

best not discuss this as off the jokes would come out
#28
I got a 20" Panasonic a few months ago which is very similar in styling to this. It's our third Panasonic (plus two CRTs) and they've all been superb.

I should be on the market soon for a decent sized main TV 32"+ and one thing that will be near to the top of my list of important specs, which most people don't seem to mention, is sound quality.

I don't want loads of cables and speakers around the place. I just want good quality sound. That being the case, I wouldn't say that sound quality is quite equally as important as the picture but it's not far off for me.

What's this model like for sound?
#29
Goldenballs
I still can't decide between the two, as this Panasonic is Irish isn't it? Does this matter?


I guess i just look at Panasonic and think it will automatically be better as it's a big brand name but this may not be altogether true? I've no idea, there's nothing i can do about it anyway as my Hanspree is coming from misco tomorrow and to return it without a fault means a 25% restocking fee.

Ah well, can't win 'em all!
#30
Dont panic just cause your TV has cost £100 less supadid!!

Wait until you see the Hannspree, I think you'll be happy.. (assuming you got the E2 version).

I've had my Hannspree since Friday and its as good (if not better) than most I have seen in the high street.
#31
Street
Dont panic just cause your TV has cost £100 less supadid!!

Wait until you see the Hannspree, I think you'll be happy.. (assuming you got the E2 version).

I've had my Hannspree since Friday and its as good (if not better) than most I have seen in the high street.


Yea you have a good point and yes i did buy the E2 version! Still looking forward to its delivery tomorrow!
#32
The Hannspree you've just got... have you used it with a PC, and if so what's it like? I was within a click of buying it a fortnight ago for £300 delivered (the E2), and the AVforums comments about issues connecting via VGA stopped me... but still tempted at that price!
#33
englishwhistler
So what is the best HD tv to get when you are sitting around 12-15 feet away to the screen?

I would love to get a HD ready telly for Xbox360 etc but whenever I go to Currys, Dixons etc, the pictures look no better than my 28" Beko CRT telly!!

Any advice greatly appreciated (if allowed).


I took the plunge 18 months ago - after much agonising about which was the best 32". AVForums is by far the best place for TV advice/research. Picture is much better at home running off a direct ariel feed (not shared with the rest of the sets in the showroom). At the time I went for a Loewe TV (German origin) - haven't regreted it one little bit (and I can be very fussy). I doubt very much if Panasonic have a duff set in their range.
#34
The Hannspree you've just got... have you used it with a PC

Haven't tried it.. but curiousity is getting the better of me.. I'll report back shortly.

In the mean time this stand may be of interest to some:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=84184
#35
Its unfortunate there is no VGA socket BUT I think for most users (who just want to use it for console gaming and watching movies/tv) it'll be everything they need. Two HDMI is handy. 720p is perfectly fine for this size of TV and if it bothers you then you should be looking at a higher price bracket and larger screen anyway. The Xbox 360 will look fantastic on this and so will any upscaled SD DVD. It doesnt come with Freeview but set top boxes are so cheap these days its only a few quid more and if you have Sky then its not a factor. It's from Amazon so you can rest assured that if there was any problems running a TV meant for Ireland in the UK they wouldnt be selling it.

If youre ready to buy into HD then this would be a good place to start if youre looking for a brand name at a low price. You can get cheaper TV's but then they arent Panasonic.

Voted hot!
#36
supadid
Does this knock the socks of the Hanspree 32" then? I just ordered that today and couldn't believe this deal popped up literally hours after my order.

So annoyed!


Having seen the Hannspree (from a friends), I can honestly say I wasnt too impressed. It is very difficult to get good colours without constant adjustment for different programs.

Main problem was it showed 'pools' of black, the contrast between light and dark was poor. Dark scenes had no detail.

Panasonic make some of the best TV's, if you still can cancel the Hannspree then do it, and order the Panny.
#37
20.06 only 2 left in stock!!
#38
Ordered, but it says:

Dispatch estimate: 9 Aug 2007
Delivery estimate: 10 Aug 2007 - 13 Aug 2007

I thought these were in stock?
#39
well i was going to place an order and it said 1 - 2 months
i'm sorry but i'm sure there will be another bargain by that time
#40
Goldenballs

I thought these were in stock?


They were, but you were too slow !

Now says. Usually dispatched within 4 to 6 weeks

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