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Panasonic 42 inch LED Smart TV Full HD.

Approximately around 4% cashback with Quidco/TCB. :)

Brand: Panasonic
Type: TX-42AS600E
Color: Black / Silver
Full HD LED Smart TV
Smart TV: Internet and apps
Movements are sharply delineated by the 100 Hz refresh rate
Plays pictures, videos and music via the USB input
Record programs to a hard drive via an USB connection
View files from other devices via WiFi
Menu languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Turkish, Polish and Russian
Screen size: 42 inches (107 cm)
Resolution: Full HD
Aspect Ratio: 16: 9
TV Type: LED Smart TV
Processor Cores: Dual core Processor
Image Rate: 100 Hz
Viewing angle: 176 degrees
Picture-and-text (PAT)
Smart TV apps: Deezer, Facebook, Netflix, Pathe Home, RTL Missed, SBS Missed, Twitter, YouTube, Skype (appart is possible via optional camera)
Operation using the voice may
Remote App: VIERA Remote App 2.0. makes it possible to operate with your smartphone
TV Tuner: DVB-C (Cable Network), DVB-T (Terrestrial), Auto Channel Search and Program Guide Number of speakers: 2
Output power (RMS) Watts: 10W x 2 watts
Surround Mode
Connections: Antenna, CI / CI + HDMI input (3 ports), Audio Return Channel, component, composite, SCART, optical output, headphone jack, USB port, and network connection
Teletext (number of pages in memory 1000)
File formats: 3GPP, AAC, AVI, DivX, FLAC, FLV, JPEG, M4V, MKV, MP3, MPEG4, MPO, TS, VOB, VRO, WAV, WMA
Network capabilities: Wi-Fi and DLNA
Energy label: A +
Light sensor (automatically adjusts the display brightness to the ambient)
Power Consumption: 55 Watts
Standby Power Consumption: 0.2 Watts
Power income: 76 kWh
EU plug attached and UK adapter plug added
Dimensions (W x H x D): 94.7 cm x 55.2 cm x 5.3 cm
Depth with stand: 59.7 cm
Height with stand: 24.7 cm
Weight: 12 kg
Warranty: 2 years

You can cancel this deal within 14 days after delivery.
Before returning this product you need to take regular shipping costs into account.
Without prejudice, this product will be delivered by UPS.
The expected shipping date of this product is 8 August 2014.
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(1)
8 Likes
Every comment in this thread is negative, yet the deal is at 400 degrees haha.

The TV isn't even a decent spec & the retailer is renowed for being even worse, avoid.

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#1
Is 100hz sufficient for sports/going etc?

Esp as you see sets with 200/400hz + these days
#2
I meant gaming... can't edit from fone!
#3
I've never heard of iBood. Trusted retailer?
#4
Final question. Who honours this 2 yr warranty if something goes wrong? iBood or Panasonic. What if iBood go bust?
#5
iBOOD are a new one on me as well.
[helper]#6
Gollywood
I've never heard of iBood. Trusted retailer?

Biker Jeff
iBOOD are a new one on me as well.

Daily deals site based in Netherlands, quite a few posts this year

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ibood.com

Approx 4% cashback Quidco/TCB

It may matter to some that it comes with an EU plug although UK adapter plug added
#7
Just looked for some reviews about iBOOD........ not that good...

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews94556.html
#8
http://m.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/plasma-and-lcd-tvs/panasonic-tx-42as600-1255780/review

The motion blur is the one thing I can't accept unfortunately... & its their biggest criticism. Otherwise I wouldve ordered this right away.

I'm gutted!
#9
Doesn't seem like it's overly great for sport, as the Techradar review says it suffers from motion lag:
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/plasma-and-lcd-tvs/panasonic-tx-42as600-1255780/review


And iBood are OK, but you need to be patient. It comes from the Netherlands, and they typically don't dispatch for a few weeks. This for example has an EXPECTED shipping date of August 8th. It's because they are dropshippers I believe and make the order with another supplier once the deal has ended...

Also it may be an EU TV making it's Freeview possible useless in the UK?


Edited By: mamboboy on Jul 27, 2014 01:12
#10
For me this company is a no go......
I got stung by that French company Price Minister that had loads of deals on here a few years back
3 Likes #11
Biker Jeff
For me this company is a no go......
I got stung by that French company Price Minister that had loads of deals on here a few years back


I remember them, I bought a netbook off them and they send 2 by mistake X)
2 Likes #12
Adidas Addict
Biker Jeff
For me this company is a no go......
I got stung by that French company Price Minister that had loads of deals on here a few years back

I remember them, I bought a netbook off them and they send 2 by mistake X)

YOU GOT MY NETBOOK YOU B..........

Nah, I got stung for a laptop...... did eventually get my money back, but it took an eternity.
#13
Biker Jeff
Adidas Addict
Biker Jeff
For me this company is a no go......
I got stung by that French company Price Minister that had loads of deals on here a few years back


I remember them, I bought a netbook off them and they send 2 by mistake X)


YOU GOT MY NETBOOK YOU B..........

Nah, I got stung for a laptop...... did eventually get my money back, but it took an eternity.


I waited a couple of week then punted the spare one on ebay for the sane as I paid, so the one I kept was gratis ;)
#14
mamboboy


Also it may be an EU TV making it's Freeview possible useless in the UK?



Freeview should be ok, but it has no Freeview HD tuner (DVB-T2).
1 Like #15
Deal with these idiots at your peril and good luck if ever need a refund.
1 Like #16
Gollywood
Is 100hz sufficient for sports/going etc?

Esp as you see sets with 200/400hz + these days

100hz was fine for gaming until 200hz came out. So yea, it's fine.
#17
good price,, but this company avoid!! better to pay extra 50£ and get one from currys...
#18
At this price looks good with iBOOD (549 on Amazon & 499 on John Lewis)

but a little risky as never heard about iBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD
#19
SilverBlack
Deal with these idiots at your peril and good luck if ever need a refund.


You speak from experience? Please share.
#20
arma_gera
good price,, but this company avoid!! better to pay extra 50£ and get one from currys...


Why avoid? What problem did you have?
1 Like #21
errrr2
arma_gera
good price,, but this company avoid!! better to pay extra 50£ and get one from currys...

Why avoid? What problem did you have?
i cannot tell you details as i'm still in dispute with them,,, but i'm one of these bellow
http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews94556.html
#22
I've never heard of iBood. Trusted retailer?

I bought a pogoplug from them about 2.5 years ago. Turned out they mis-labelled it slightly - it was a model variant that did not have wifi.
They offered a refund and to refund postage. I kept it.
#23
rev6
Gollywood
Is 100hz sufficient for sports/going etc?

Esp as you see sets with 200/400hz + these days

100hz was fine for gaming until 200hz came out. So yea, it's fine.

Yep, people seem to forget that the majority of computer monitors are only 60hz. 120hz and 144hz "gaming" monitors have only been around for a few years.
#24
errrr2
SilverBlack
Deal with these idiots at your peril and good luck if ever need a refund.

You speak from experience? Please share.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/16gb-ipad-air-ibood-com-312-89-include-delivery-1900582?page=2#comments
#25
Have bought a few things from iBOOD, including a TV so can attest to their trustworthiness. As another poster mentioned you're like to get the EU version with an adaptor plug.
#26
I ordered a tablet from them a week or two back but cancelled before they sent it. got the money back within a few days.
1 Like #27
I purchased a TV from this type of retailer and received a Netherlands Samsung, mostly good and an excellent price but a couple of things to note:-

1. Despite changing the time on settings the programme guide function seems to remain on its base country setting, so mostly the grid format does not show the programme that is actually on (channel list function seems to display the correct programme though strangely)
2. Red button services don't work from the TV, not a problem for me as I access these functions through my satellite box but worth noting.

As I say you may not have the same issues, but these we're little problems that I was not aware could happen.
#28
It's only 50Hz x2

Nothing special at all really.
8 Likes #29
Every comment in this thread is negative, yet the deal is at 400 degrees haha.

The TV isn't even a decent spec & the retailer is renowed for being even worse, avoid.
#30
great tv and a great price!!
#31
Its made me look at Panasonic tvs in a different light. Ive always been on the side of Sony and Samsung but this tvs just caught my eye.

Panasonic TX-L42DT65B

Edited By: The Biff Man on Jul 27, 2014 20:44
#32
Techradar review

"The panel in the TX-42AS600 is prone to image lag and offers only so-so upscaling from SD to HD, but the excellent usability offered by both Freetime and Panasonic's My Home Screen smart TV platform are hard to resist."

For
Freetime
My Home Screen
Dual core processor
Swipe & Share


Against
Freetime too slow
Motion lag
Average contrast
Poor panel uniformity

Edited By: superspeedy on Jul 27, 2014 21:17
4 Likes #33
556 degrees of heat for a non-UK TV, that may or may not be delivered by a company with an appalling track record. The mind boggles
#34
I got a stereo from them a few years back. I think it had a transformer on it for the plug, the buzz from it could be heard over the music and sent it back. I don't think I'd buy items that need plugging in from them again.
#35
Gollywood
Is 100hz sufficient for sports/going etc?

Esp as you see sets with 200/400hz + these days

200hz looks horrible to my eyes, 400hz even worse - utterly fake and unwatchable. If source material is 50hz, then a 100hz TV 'makes up' a frame based on the frame before and frame after. 200hz makes up 3 frames in every 4. 400hz makes up 7 in every 8. The higher the hz, the more it has to make up, artefacts and all.


Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Jul 27, 2014 22:17
#36
superspeedy
Techradar review

"The panel in the TX-42AS600 is prone to image lag and offers only so-so upscaling from SD to HD, but the excellent usability offered by both Freetime and Panasonic's My Home Screen smart TV platform are hard to resist."

For
Freetime
My Home Screen
Dual core processor
Swipe & Share


Against
Freetime too slow
Motion lag
Average contrast
Poor panel uniformity

If anyone is buying this for freetime I wouldn't expect this TV to have it. It is a non UK tv and freetime is a UK only offering
#37
#38
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#39
ChrisUK
Every comment in this thread is negative, yet the deal is at 400 degrees haha.

The TV isn't even a decent spec & the retailer is renowed for being even worse, avoid.
Isn't one of the principles to post something in here has to be an uk company with some sort of positive reputation? This one is not the case....
#40
OOS

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