Panasonic 32" HD LCD TV Int Freeview model TX32LXD60 for £668 delivered - HotUKDeals
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I ordered one last week. Paid £668 delivered.

use the following 3 codes. home delivery only.

521219CFP
PERK50
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#1
Hi Pete - thanks for posting. I added a pic to your post, there's a link in my signature which shows you how to do that.

Here's some info on that TV:

[LIST]
[*]V Real LCD image enhancing technology
[*]Receive over 35 digital TV channels
[*]NICAM stereo sound
[*]Twin HDMI digital connectivity
[*]Parental Lock
[*]Sleep Timer
[*]Headphone Socket
[*]Remote Control
[*]Auto Install[/LIST]
#2
Nice deal, but do remember this TV has no PC input (VGA) so you cant hook your computer up to it bizarrely - i would have been very tempted otherwise.
#3
russ
Nice deal, but do remember this TV has no PC input (VGA) so you cant hook your computer up to it bizarrely - i would have been very tempted otherwise.

http://www.cableuniverse.co.uk/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=1255¤cy=GBP

buy one of these then for £6 which is a DVI to HDMI converter- majority of graphics card will output in both DVI and VGA
#4
Good idea for computers with DVI... (works out £11.49 inc VAT and delivery) but with a laptop (line mine - Sony Vaio, 6 months old) without DVI youd need a VGA to DVI converter or lead to get that to work, and 99% of good brand LCDs seem to just come with a simple VGA (PC Input) on the input panel, so you can use a VGA to VGA cable, why not with the Panasonic? Bizarre...
#5
use a nationwide card and you get an extra 12months warrenty
#6
A DVI to VGA dongle costs a quid or two, I have 1 lying around! I even had a spare one from an old cheapy graphics card that I gave to a mate. No picture quality is lost by using one! Don't let a £1 purchase put you off a £670 TV that you'd otherwise buy.

P.S. Strange thing is, I have a plasma vesion of this range,which is the opposite. It has a VGA input but no DVI. And my computer outputs DVI... So I use the dongle (it works both ways).
#7
or use

521219CFP
YOUATWORK1
PRFREEDEL

to get it for £646.20 with delivery
#8
BYF
or use

521219CFP
YOUATWORK1
PRFREEDEL

to get it for £646.20 with delivery


I guess with Quidco that makes it £623.58 delivered...
Very good price :)

I'm about 600 quid short unfortunately :-(

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