Panasonic 37" TX-L37S10 FHD LCD television 519.94 inc. delivery @ House of Fraser (lower price instore) - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic 37" TX-L37S10 FHD LCD television 519.94 inc. delivery @ House of Fraser (lower price instore)

£519.94 @ House of Fraser
Price includes delivery and 5 year warranty. Instore price (if you can find one near you) is 479.99. I am looking to buy a 37'' TV and thought this was a good price considering you get the 5 year warr…
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Price includes delivery and 5 year warranty. Instore price (if you can find one near you) is 479.99. I am looking to buy a 37'' TV and thought this was a good price considering you get the 5 year warranty....sure I'll be told otherwise if not!
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#2


Plus postage aswell. I think the 5 year warranty is worth getting. Haven't bought yet 'cos the Argos LG deal is fab! Don't know what to do :thinking:
#3
scabbers
Plus postage aswell. I think the 5 year warranty is worth getting. Haven't bought yet 'cos the Argos LG deal is fab! Don't know what to do :thinking:


You would not be sorry if you pay a bit more for a Panasonic, honestly!
#4
Thermal Rider
You would not be sorry if you pay a bit more for a Panasonic, honestly!


Ok...thanks. The Argos LG would be nearly as much anyway if you added a 3 year warranty to the price...it's just you get the Freesat and Freeview with it. But we have Sky anyway so won't use them unless you can get the Sports channels on Freesat?
#5
People are voting this cold. Please, please say why because I was seriously thinking of buying this instead of the Argos LG one. Is it a rubbish TV, can it be bought cheaper?
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I've just bought the 42" Panasonic plasma one the was on here last week and I'm more than a little happy with the Pana and the 5 year warranty. £499.99
Panasonic over LG everytime....
#7
Thanks blondiegirl76...we (or rather HE indoors) have decided to buy an LCD rather than Plasma. I just know I don't want any larger than 37". I don't know what are decent makes anymore.
#8
scabbers
People are voting this cold. Please, please say why because I was seriously thinking of buying this instead of the Argos LG one. Is it a rubbish TV, can it be bought cheaper?


I suspect because it's a 10 series, and therefore last years model.

scabbers
Thanks blondiegirl76...we (or rather HE indoors) have decided to buy an LCD rather than Plasma. I just know I don't want any larger than 37". I don't know what are decent makes anymore.


Why? Plasma tends to be better for film and sports, both very him indoors friendly.....
#9
Don't plasma's tend not to last as long? Xbox 360 will be played on it too.
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If your on the look out for a decent 37" then this may do the trick and at 399 won't burst the bank.
reviews attached also.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-37RV635D-37-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B001TUYQ50

http://www.reevoo.com/p/toshiba-37rv635d?gclid=CMuGyuvWg6ECFVBc4wodITMEAQ
#11
scabbers
Don't plasma's tend not to last as long? Xbox 360 will be played on it too.


That used to be the case but there's not really much in it these days. Both -should in theory- last much longer than old CRT TV's, most plasma and LCD TV manufacturers claim somewhere around a 100,000 hours lifespan (about 91 years at 3 hours per day 365 days a year).

Plasma's are in some respects better in for gaming, their response times tend to be much better. In fact black levels, colour accuracy, viewing angle and pretty much anything picture quality related plasma is better for. The problems with plasma (or advantages of LCD if you prefer) are that:
Plasmas tend to use more power.
Plasmas can suffer from 'image retention' and 'burn-in' which meant they were no good for gaming or for viewing channels with static images, but those problems are largely consigned to the past now (it's only really cheap sets that suffer these days).
Plasmas don't work at high altitudes (above about 6,500 feet)
#12
Thanks..you obviously know your stuff. So, do you think the deal I've posted is a good one? I like the 5 year warranty inclusion. Or would you go for the Argos LG one? Or neither?
#13
scabbers
Thanks..you obviously know your stuff. So, do you think the deal I've posted is a good one? I like the 5 year warranty inclusion. Or would you go for the Argos LG one? Or neither?


For LCD in that size/price range, Samsung will give you the best picture for your £. Maybe one of these: http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Samsung-LE37B550/ (have been as low as £400ish iirc). I wouldn't personally buy an LG, but that's just my techno snobbery :thumbsup: lol.
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#15
Houstie


Thanks.
#16
scabbers
Thanks.


Worth noting it doesn't review anywhere near as well as the Panasonics or Samsungs in that price bracket e.g. http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Toshiba-37RV635/
#17
Out of stock now.

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