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#1
this is great buy panasonic fab picture
#2
LOUGHBORO GUY
this is great buy panasonic fab picture

Pansonic is an unknown brand I would get a Onkyo;)
#3
If they made TV's
2 Likes #4
microsnakey
LOUGHBORO GUY
this is great buy panasonic fab picture

Pansonic is an unknown brand I would get a Onkyo;)


Oh come on, don't start infecting posts for other brands with this kind of ****, jesus christ.
#5
Eldini
microsnakey
LOUGHBORO GUY
this is great buy panasonic fab picture

Pansonic is an unknown brand I would get a Onkyo;)


Oh come on, don't start infecting posts for other brands with this kind of ****, jesus christ.


Lol. You clearly haven't followed the tale of loughboro guy then ;)
#6
it's not full hd
#7
Voted hot, as i believe panasonic to be the best television manufacturer there is. Valid point made that this is not full hd, however for a tv of 32 inches, you'd be hard pushed to see any difference between 1080p and 720p or 1080i and 1080p. In terms of price for a 32inch panasonic 720p t.v this has to be up there.
3 Likes #8
tomwatts

Lol. You clearly haven't followed the tale of loughboro guy then ;)


It's impossible not to have followed it seeing as the same **** is posted on every single onyko deal and has now apparently made the leap to other threads.
The worst part is it wasn't even funny the first time, let alone the 283rd time. ****ing hell, just stop already for christ's sakes.

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As for the deal, didn't vote either way because im not sure if this is a good price for a 720p branded tv.

Still holding out hope for a 32" decent brand 1080p tv under £250, or a 32" 720p decent brand under £200...

Edit: Actually, think i'll just start reporting every one of those onkyo/loughidiot type comments that i see as spam, starting with the ones on this thread.


Edited By: Eldini on Jan 08, 2011 12:25
#9
Whatever.

Oh, and this is an ips-alpha panel :p hothothot!
#10
Pana....who?

heat added
#11
Heat added. A cracking price for a nice little panny :)

Shame I'm after a 40" tv after mine has packed in. Typical, as all hot deals on 40" seem to have dried up a bit.
#12
erroll
Heat added. A cracking price for a nice little panny :)

Shame I'm after a 40" tv after mine has packed in. Typical, as all hot deals on 40" seem to have dried up a bit.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B003EEM1LK/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&m=A2OAJ7377F756P&qid=1294491480&sr=1-52&condition=used

Top one will be as new...
#13
When it says 'freeview ready' does that mean it is installed on the tv or would I need a freeview box ?? Thanks
#14
not a bad deal...
#15
Panasonics are good tv's, but I think this does not have built-in Freeview which is a must for a lot of people. Okay if you are wanting it for Sky or Virgin though.
#16
Freeview ready must be wrong.That model has Freeview built in.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-l32c20b-hd-ready/752249

Edited By: stamfordblue on Jan 08, 2011 14:16
1 Like #17
Eldini
microsnakey
LOUGHBORO GUY
this is great buy panasonic fab picture

Pansonic is an unknown brand I would get a Onkyo;)


Oh come on, don't start infecting posts for other brands with this kind of ****, jesus christ.


warning Irony / joke alert!!

;)



oh and HOT HOT HOT deal!!!!

no need to buy cheapo badged products with offers like these!

Edited By: spannerzone on Jan 08, 2011 14:27
#18
So just to clarify does this model have freeview built in?
#19
Eldini
tomwatts

Lol. You clearly haven't followed the tale of loughboro guy then ;)


It's impossible not to have followed it seeing as the same **** is posted on every single onyko deal and has now apparently made the leap to other threads.
The worst part is it wasn't even funny the first time, let alone the 283rd time. ****ing hell, just stop already for christ's sakes.

------------

As for the deal, didn't vote either way because im not sure if this is a good price for a 720p branded tv.

Still holding out hope for a 32" decent brand 1080p tv under £250, or a 32" 720p decent brand under £200...

Edit: Actually, think i'll just start reporting every one of those onkyo/loughidiot type comments that i see as spam, starting with the ones on this thread.



Post reported for aggressive tone and blasphemy.

Edited By: Crammage on Jan 08, 2011 14:43
#20
jrussd
So just to clarify does this model have freeview built in?


Yes, believe so... Amazon
#21
I bought same model for my parents just before Xmas for over £300. Reviews for it were brilliant. I considered rejecting as 720p but they are interested in Sky HD, Blu-ray etc so I decided to give it a go. We are not disappointed, picture quality is brilliant and they find it easy to use
#22
Order for the mumzy. Heated
#23
SteveM79
Voted hot, as i believe panasonic to be the best television manufacturer there is. Valid point made that this is not full hd, however for a tv of 32 inches, you'd be hard pushed to see any difference between 1080p and 720p or 1080i and 1080p. In terms of price for a 32inch panasonic 720p t.v this has to be up there.


Best for most of us, but if you can afford it you'd have a Pioneer Kuro etc!
#24
SteveM79
Voted hot, as i believe panasonic to be the best television manufacturer there is. Valid point made that this is not full hd, however for a tv of 32 inches, you'd be hard pushed to see any difference between 1080p and 720p or 1080i and 1080p. In terms of price for a 32inch panasonic 720p t.v this has to be up there.

Why? Depending on viewing distance, the difference would be the same be it on 22" or 100". Screen size alone has nothing to do with it. Quite clearly you don't know what you are talking about. It's about time people like you who don't have a clue on the subject at hand stop posting wrong information.
#25
What are you talking about? The distance makes a massive difference. You're telling me if you're 10 metres away from a 32" you can tell the difference between 720p and 1080p?
1 Like #26
shawty1984
SteveM79
Voted hot, as i believe panasonic to be the best television manufacturer there is. Valid point made that this is not full hd, however for a tv of 32 inches, you'd be hard pushed to see any difference between 1080p and 720p or 1080i and 1080p. In terms of price for a 32inch panasonic 720p t.v this has to be up there.


Why? Depending on viewing distance, the difference would be the same be it on 22" or 100". Screen size alone has nothing to do with it. Quite clearly you don't know what you are talking about. It's about time people like you who don't have a clue on the subject at hand stop posting wrong information.


In practical terms, he's probably correct though:

Average View Distance
============================
(Note there were very few people under 2 meters (6 feet) in this BBC survey)
http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/rd/pubs/whp/whp-pdf-files/WHP090.pdf
There are many references on the internet for average view distances.

Resolution vs Viewing Distance
=================================
http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/1420/resolutionchartf.jpg

In other words, you won't tell the difference between 720 or 1080 in 32inch
at a average view distances
(I'd also suggest that on 42 inch at average distance, most people won't tell
either)
#27
Agree with hwangeruk

Gargghhh :p

it always gets down to the nit picking 720 vs 1080 arguements doesn't it!!

It's £250 for a 32" branded TV that'll be plenty good enough for the vast majority of people who'll buy it.


stonking good value

Where are the "it's not 3D ready voted cold' comments :D




having said all that, I did buy a 1080p Sony 32" 2 years ago hehehe -hmm it cost me £800 as well D'Oh!




Edited By: spannerzone on Jan 09, 2011 10:04
#28
can someone post me a link with or info on what this Onkyo business is about? I am really curious as to where all this began and what the history is as its some inside joke im not privy to O_O
#29
stezo2k
What are you talking about? The distance makes a massive difference. You're telling me if you're 10 metres away from a 32" you can tell the difference between 720p and 1080p?

Is that to me? I never said distance does not make a difference. I said screen size alone makes no difference.
#30
hwangeruk
shawty1984
SteveM79
Voted hot, as i believe panasonic to be the best television manufacturer there is. Valid point made that this is not full hd, however for a tv of 32 inches, you'd be hard pushed to see any difference between 1080p and 720p or 1080i and 1080p. In terms of price for a 32inch panasonic 720p t.v this has to be up there.
Why? Depending on viewing distance, the difference would be the same be it on 22" or 100". Screen size alone has nothing to do with it. Quite clearly you don't know what you are talking about. It's about time people like you who don't have a clue on the subject at hand stop posting wrong information.
In practical terms, he's probably correct though:Average View Distance============================(Note there were very few people under 2 meters (6 feet) in this BBC survey)http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/rd/pubs/whp/whp-pdf-files/WHP090.pdfThere are many references on the internet for average view distances.Resolution vs Viewing Distance=================================http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/1420/resolutionchartf.jpgIn other words, you won't tell the difference between 720 or 1080 in 32inchat a average view distances(I'd also suggest that on 42 inch at average distance, most people won't telleither)

Average viewing distance is neither here nor there. Most times people use average viewing distance when losing an argument. What is average? Average to someone with loads of money and a big house is different to average to someone with little money and a small house. Also average is different ebtween rooms in houses, small bedroom, big living room.

To put it in simple terms, average viewing distance is a usless guide as everyone is different. Your better asking the person their viewing distance rather than stating to them average viewing distance this, average viewing distance that. You quote average viewing distances, but how do you know what I'm or anyone else is viewing at, which in essence, you don't so quoting such things is not very helpful.
#31
spannerzone
Agree with hwangeruk Gargghhh :pit always gets down to the nit picking 720 vs 1080 arguements doesn't it!!It's £250 for a 32" branded TV that'll be plenty good enough for the vast majority of people who'll buy it. stonking good valueWhere are the "it's not 3D ready voted cold' comments :Dhaving said all that, I did buy a 1080p Sony 32" 2 years ago hehehe -hmm it cost me £800 as well D'Oh!

They are not arguments. Someone posts wrong information about being able to tell the difference between 720p and 1080p (note, without quoting any viewing distances) on a 32" TV. They were wrong, I posted what was correct, that is not an argument, it is correcting someone.
#32
Fair do shawty, you're not wrong but the whole thing is subjective like you pointed out anyway. It just seems that every post for every TV gets immedietly dragged down into arguements about 720 vs 1080........and I do wonder if people just post comments like it's not this or not that or the wrong brand or whatever because they beleive the advertising of what's new and make assumptions anything else is obsolete without understanding the technology.

Having used to sell and install TV's I know that many many people can't tell or aren't bothered about the difference and as long as it gives an over colourful, over contrasted super bright (eye melting) picture then they'll be happy!

Luckily there are some people who can appreciated the difference.





Edited By: spannerzone on Jan 09, 2011 14:28
#33
oh back the item in question, I still think a 32" Panasonic for £250 odd pounds is remarkable value, simply amazing really.
#34
bought last one a little earlier, got an email from quidco saying it tracked aswell, lookin forward to receiving this little panny now! thanks deanos
#35
The code no longer works :-(

Anyone having similar problems?
#36
it was only valid for a few days

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