Panasonic 37" TX-P37C10B HD Ready Plasma TV £353.94 @ Bargain Crazy - HotUKDeals
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seemed a very good for a decent brand Plasma TV

# Panasonic 37" HD Ready Freeview Plasma
# Model No : TX-P37C10B
# Resolution 1024 x 768
# Contrast Ratio 20,000 : 1
# 100Hz
# Smart networking with VIERA Link
# VIERA image viewer (JPeg)
# 24P Playback
# Digital Optimiser
# Game Mode
# X.V. Colour
# EPG
# Fastext
# V-audio surround
# Video noise reduction
# 20 Watts (10W x 2) (RMS)
# Power save mode
# PC Input
# SCART Socket
# 2 x HDMI Sockets
# Wall Mountable (bracket not supplied)
# Dimensions: H25.2 x W36.6 x D13.1 ins

dont forget cashback as well
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#1
exactly how reputable are this company?

i would do your research before you hand over cash!
#2
Very, they've been around for years.
#3
stevosowl
exactly how reputable are this company?

i would do your research before you hand over cash!


very they have been around for years as they just celebrated there 10th birthday the other week

they are a shop direct clearance site
#4
Ordered - although I'm not sure about this having a PC input as I thought the C series didn't. I'll check out the specs on Panasonic's site later.

H & R. :thumbsup:

Edit
As I thought, there is no VGA input. The resolution is also wrong, it's 1024 x 720 not 768.

User manual here for anyone interested. Better check that rather than relying on what Bargain Crazy have listed.
#5
Cold, doesn't even technically count as hd ready with a sub standard 1024x720 resolution, HD ready is a minimum 1280x720.

1024x720 is barley over the resolution of a cheap netbook with a 9" screen which would have 1024x600.
#6
How does this compare to G10?
#7
wazza
How does this compare to G10?
It doesn't really as this is Panasonic's most basic, entry level plasma model.
#8
rbz5416
It doesn't really as this is Panasonic's most basic, entry level plasma model.


thanks for the reply

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