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Panasonic 39' Freeview hd Led TV £229.00 delivered at currys

£229.00 @ Currys
With a Full HD resolution and all the connections you need for excellent entertainment, the Panasonic VIERA TX-39A300B 39" LED TV makes a great choice when you want simple entertainment. Full HD an… Read More
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With a Full HD resolution and all the connections you need for excellent entertainment, the Panasonic VIERA TX-39A300B 39" LED TV makes a great choice when you want simple entertainment.

Full HD and superb sound

The Full HD resolution means that you can enjoy images packed with detail no matter what you're watching. Whether you've settled down to your favourite show or watching Blu-ray movies, you can be sure that there'll be high quality images on your screen.

The 100 Hz clear motion rate of the VIERA TX-39A300B helps to reduce blurring on your screen, making it perfect for watching high speed scenes such as sports or fast-paced action movies. Whether it's a huge explosion or a high speed goal, your images won't be blurred.

Built-in audio processing helps to provide excellent surround sound quality audio, adding even more depth to your favourite movies.

Free HD viewing

You won't need a set-top box to start watching your favourite TV - simply plug in your TV aerial and start watching your favourite shows with the VIERA TX39A300B. The Freeview HD tuner built into this television provides up to 50 TV channels and 24 radio stations that won't cost you a penny to watch, and there are up to 10 channels in fantastic HD.

Well connected

In addition to two HDMI ports that are ideal for connecting your high definition devices, the VIERA 39A300 includes two USB 2.0 connections that let you play back your digital photos and movies from a USB device.

You'll be able to enjoy your photos in a whole new way thanks to the media player feature. It includes slide-show options so you can transform your TV into a 39" digital photo frame. Add borders and transitions to your photos, or even add background music - the perfect way to show off your favourite holiday snaps.

With an excellent A+ energy efficiency rating that helps you to save on energy, you can enjoy entertainment for less with the Panasonic VIERA TX-39A300B 39" LED TV.
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#1
Just sent the 42" version of this back to Tesco as the picture quality was dire. Maybe I had a faulty set, but it was a really dire image on the screen. Hot price - £309 on amazon - but not voting.
#2
Quids
Just sent the 42" version of this back to Tesco as the picture quality was dire. Maybe I had a faulty set, but it was a really dire image on the screen. Hot price - £309 on amazon - but not voting.

Hopefully a bad example and not Panasonic lending their name to cheap tat! Shame on them if they are.
#3
you will prob get a member called "freakstyler" posting soon..."this is a Vestel and not a genuine Panasonic", as he did on this...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-39a300b-led-tv-229-currys-pc-world-2100422#post23936715
#4
Shame if true and there doesn't seem to be a mention of this on Panasonic's UK site. As mentioned above, the Vestel rear sockets are fairly distinct (as are Panasonic's which look totally different) so if you can see an image of both a Vestel and this then it should be possible to determine.

The thing is, there's so little profit in making budget TV's that this is happening more and more. Back in the early 1990's when I was selling TV equipment, Panasonic and Sony both made no profit on their small portable TV's but made them so they could offer the entire range and keep their brand name in the public eye. The same thing is happening with these bottom of their range products, they'd rather keep their name well known as suppliers for all markets and ranges, it seems to be a Japanese failing that they can't accept that if it's not profitable they should stop, instead they farm out the loss leaders to some other mug who can (just) about make some profit. Not just budget products it seems, as the Panasonic american style fridge freezer I bought that is made in Turkey and it was nearer £1500!


Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 31, 2014 14:03
#5
#6
Vestel TVs all have the same rear panel, my JVC is a Vestel and rather shamefully when on my home network it actually comes up as Vestel on the search function, still a good telly but not what I bought into.
Google images quickly shows you what a Vestel rear connection plate looks like.
9 Likes #7
mykaloen
you will prob get a member called "freakstyler" posting soon..."this is a Vestel and not a genuine Panasonic", as he did on this...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-39a300b-led-tv-229-currys-pc-world-2100422#post23936715

Just trying to be helpful mykaloen by informing people they're not getting what they think they're getting as most people tend to do on this site. Cheers!

Edited By: freakstyler on Dec 31, 2014 17:57: .
#8
I bought a 39" panasonic (maybe same model as this) from amazon about 14 month ago for 309 and its a brilliant telly, with excellent pic quality. Only thing that lets it down is lack of hdmi ports (2) but ive got a 4 quid splitter on and that does a job.

edit: this is the model i bought.amazon

Edited By: Ed Winchester on Dec 31, 2014 18:40: addition
#9
What about the sound quality from the built-in speakers? Is it any good? Earlier this year I bought a 'budget' Panasonic 32 inch tv set (TX-L32B6B), and it basically sounded like a cheap tinny transistor radio. Altering the settings didn't improve the way it sounded, and I didn't want to splash out on external speakers, so I returned it for a refund.
2 Likes #10
Gotta love this site.
I sent the original, 4 day old deal, to 104 degrees and it's been voted down to 84 now.
While this duplicate deal continues to gain heat. Great Moderation.
Time to leave this place alone for another 6 months.
2 Likes #11
mykaloen
you will prob get a member called "freakstyler" posting soon..."this is a Vestel and not a genuine Panasonic", as he did on this...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-39a300b-led-tv-229-currys-pc-world-2100422#post23936715
Is that the same thread where he was actually helping and giving YOU advice? ;)


Edited By: collectorcol on Dec 31, 2014 18:12
#12
Quids
Just sent the 42" version of this back to Tesco as the picture quality was dire. Maybe I had a faulty set, but it was a really dire image on the screen. Hot price - £309 on amazon - but not voting.

How good are tesco with returns ? As currys/pc world are pretty rubbish at taking anything that isn't faulty back ? Poor picture quality they would most likely say that isn't a fault. I haven't bought anything from currys ect in a few years since I got stuck with a tv i wasn't happy with. Thanks for any help but it's hard for me to want to risk getting stuck again as I only know that amazon are great and from what I hear so are john lewis. I hope tesco are as good as those with returns for things like poor quality picture and backlight bleeding ect

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Dec 31, 2014 20:05: edit
1 Like #13
collectorcol
Gotta love this site.
I sent the original, 4 day old deal, to 104 degrees and it's been voted down to 84 now.
While this duplicate deal continues to gain heat. Great Moderation.
Time to leave this place alone for another 6 months.

Don't take it to heart mate, it's just the internet.

Happy new year!
#14
lindtexcellence85
What about the sound quality from the built-in speakers? Is it any good? Earlier this year I bought a 'budget' Panasonic 32 inch tv set (TX-L32B6B), and it basically sounded like a cheap tinny transistor radio. Altering the settings didn't improve the way it sounded, and I didn't want to splash out on external speakers, so I returned it for a refund.

Oddly, if it is Vestel that could be a good thing in terms of sound. I bought a 39" Panny AS600 series and the sound is terrible, even though it is much higher in the range. Picture is awesome so I bought a Canton Soundbase to go with it. But the sound is the worst I have EVER heard on a TV. Got a 24" cheapie Samsung for the bedroom (150) and the sound is fine on that - much better than on the bigger and higher spec Panasonic... But given that this one isnt a real Panasonic, sound could be better than mine.
#15
collectorcol
Gotta love this site.
I sent the original, 4 day old deal, to 104 degrees and it's been voted down to 84 now.
While this duplicate deal continues to gain heat. Great Moderation.
Time to leave this place alone for another 6 months.
Yeah, don't worry, it happens to us all, we all have had posts removed, others duplicating and creating mega heat. If it really bothers you then it's time to go, if you treat it as a comedy club that has lots of bargains then it rocks....and makes you buy stuff you don't need :D

Happy New Year, all posts get heat from me!*



*terms and conditions apply, Beats products may get voted cold regardless.

Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 31, 2014 18:43
1 Like #16
Gunner4Life
How good are tesco with returns ?
Fantastic. Told them I wasn't happy with the quality of my 50" Toshiba and they arranged for it to be collected for return.
#17
lindtexcellence85
What about the sound quality from the built-in speakers? Is it any good? Earlier this year I bought a 'budget' Panasonic 32 inch tv set (TX-L32B6B), and it basically sounded like a cheap tinny transistor radio. Altering the settings didn't improve the way it sounded, and I didn't want to splash out on external speakers, so I returned it for a refund.


I dont think you will find a slim led modern tv that doesnt need speakers or a sound bar nowadays. My Sony was quite expensive but sounds dire without a good soundbar.
#18
collectorcol
Gunner4Life
How good are tesco with returns ?
Fantastic. Told them I wasn't happy with the quality of my 50" Toshiba and they arranged for it to be collected for return.

Great hopefully they will be as good if I have to return the dirt cheap 39' samsung providing I ordered quick enough for it to not get cancelled. Last time was a nightmare with dixons\currys as they wouldn't let me return 2 tvs so had to sell and make a lose. Amazon are great as it took a few more tvs and they were happen to accept returns. So I don't like the idea of getting stuck. So it's great to know tesco are pretty good and I hear john lewis are great to.

Thanks for getting back to me :)
#19
Gunner4Life
Quids
Just sent the 42" version of this back to Tesco as the picture quality was dire. Maybe I had a faulty set, but it was a really dire image on the screen. Hot price - £309 on amazon - but not voting.

How good are tesco with returns ? As currys/pc world are pretty rubbish at taking anything that isn't faulty back ? Poor picture quality they would most likely say that isn't a fault. I haven't bought anything from currys ect in a few years since I got stuck with a tv i wasn't happy with. Thanks for any help but it's hard for me to want to risk getting stuck again as I only know that amazon are great and from what I hear so are john lewis. I hope tesco are as good as those with returns for things like poor quality picture and backlight bleeding ect
Tesco were fine with me. I actually bought 2 TVs. The panny and a Samsung 39". We'd already got a Samsung 40". So the panny was compared to two others - both excellent image quality - which is why I say the picture quality was dire. I do find it hard yo believe a panny could be THAT bad but on checking with Which? mag they said same.
#20
39' ? Great deal, but too big for my house.
#21
7hom
39' ? Great deal, but too big for my house.

What have you got, a wendy house??
#22
jayjayuk1234
7hom
39' ? Great deal, but too big for my house.
What have you got, a wendy house??

Yes, but the biggest room is only 38.99 feet diagonally :-(
#23
collectorcol
Gotta love this site.
I sent the original, 4 day old deal, to 104 degrees and it's been voted down to 84 now.
While this duplicate deal continues to gain heat. Great Moderation.
Time to leave this place alone for another 6 months.
And that matters because????
#24
jayjayuk1234
7hom
39' ? Great deal, but too big for my house.

What have you got, a wendy house??

' = feet, " =inches.
#25
Don't buy this TV unless you have carefully listened to the sound quality (which is very hard to do in a busy shop) or intend to use a sound bar. My brother purchased this tv a few days ago and the sound was very bad. At full volume it is not that loud, and it distorts at anything above 50%. Currys are currently refusing to refund it as they say there is no fault and that's just the quality it is..(despite advertising it as "superb sound") The screen was good picture quality wise from what I saw. Also there is no OFF button and the guide advises to unplug it from the wall, which is really strange to me. . This is just my opinion and perhaps he has a faulty unit (will update if that's the case)
#26
PD76b
Don't buy this TV unless you have carefully listened to the sound quality (which is very hard to do in a busy shop) or intend to use a sound bar. My brother purchased this tv a few days ago and the sound was very bad. At full volume it is not that loud, and it distorts at anything above 50%. Currys are currently refusing to refund it as they say there is no fault and that's just the quality it is..(despite advertising it as "superb sound") The screen was good picture quality wise from what I saw. Also there is no OFF button and the guide advises to unplug it from the wall, which is really strange to me. . This is just my opinion and perhaps he has a faulty unit (will update if that's the case)

Either false description or not as described and therefore Currys are in breach of the Trade Description and Sale of Goods Acts,
Copy their web page before they remove , alter description!

Edited By: Flynn Jack on Jan 01, 2015 16:54
#27
*update* The unit my brother had was faulty. The store where he brought it from arrogantly refused to admit there was an issue but another Currys gave him a full refund. They offered him a replacement but he had lost confidence at that point.
#28
Thanks Flynn for the advice. I took screen shots of the advert but it's irrelevant now. They said they tested the tv in the staff room and found NO problems. Then another store noticed the problem within 2 minute's and gave a full refund. Bad experience from currys but redeemed partially. Will advise him to always buy online for the 7 day refund laws.
#29
Thanks Flynn for the advice. I took screen shots of the advert but it's irrelevant now. They said they tested the tv in the staff room and found NO problems. Then another store noticed the problem within 2 minute's and gave a full refund. Bad experience from currys but redeemed partially. Will advise him to always buy online for the 7 day refund laws.

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