Panasonic 42'' TX-P42G10 Full HD Plasma TV with freesat HD Back in stock £669 @ M&S!! + 5% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic 42'' TX-P42G10 Full HD Plasma TV with freesat HD back in stock at M&S, these have been very hard to get hold of so be very quick!!!

You can also get another 5% through quidco, bringing it down to £635.55, with a 5 year warranty!
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#1
Alternatively, if you're impatient, Currys have this at £900 so if you can get them to price match they'll give you 10% of the difference, so roughly £13 off so £656!
#3
What are the differences between the John Lewis and M&S guarantees?

I like the look of the LG 42LF7700 for £599 at JL and the reviews are pretty similar. Factor in the cost of a stand then the £60 could be important... ;)

http://www.johnlewis.com/230586991/Product.aspx
#4
Good find :thumbsup:
1 Like #5
Frankie76
What are the differences between the John Lewis and M&S guarantees?

I like the look of the LG 42LF7700 for £599 at JL and the reviews are pretty similar. Factor in the cost of a stand then the £60 could be important... ;)

http://www.johnlewis.com/230586991/Product.aspx


I have the LG 42LF7700 and its a top tv, personally I would shell out the extra £70 for the panasonic though, as the LG was based on this model
#6
loll1es
I have the LG 42LF7700 and its a top tv, personally I would shell out the extra £70 for the panasonic though, as the LG was based on this model


Would have to agree... if you can find the extra £70 go for the Panasonic. In my opinion its a better set.

Cheers OP been keeping my eye out to see when this was back in stock :)

H+R added.
#7
Frankie76
What are the differences between the John Lewis and M&S guarantees?

I like the look of the LG 42LF7700 for £599 at JL and the reviews are pretty similar. Factor in the cost of a stand then the £60 could be important... ;)

http://www.johnlewis.com/230586991/Product.aspx


The warrantys are fairly similar as far as i know, although neither are manufacturers warranties. However, Panasonic TV's are consistantly well reviewed by the likes of Which and others... I know which i'd prefer!
#8
#9
I do believe Panasonic offer their own free 5 year warranty as well if you buy from their official dealers...

http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Dealers/Viera+5+Year+Warranty/Viera+5+Year+Warranty+T%26Cs/2334117/index.html#anker_2334120

Don't think the major outlets are included in this though.
1 Like #10
I have Sky+, if I connect the dish to this TV then I'm asuming that I have Freesat HD .

But I guess I won't be able to record on the Sky+ box, as it won't have a feed - correct?

Will I have to buy a box to "hard drive" box to achieve the same recording capabilities?
#11
soled73
I have Sky+, if I connect the dish to this TV then I'm asuming that I have Freesat HD .

But I guess I won't be able to record on the Sky+ box, as it won't have a feed - correct?

Wil I have to buy a box to "hard drive" box to achieve the same recording capabilities?


Most Sky + boxes have a 4 way LNB on the dish. You just buy some satelitte cable from wilkinsons (25p per metre) and feed it from one of the 2 that you are not using, along the same line that you are already using for your sky+, then feed it directly into the back of the tv for perfect HD reception.

Freesat are due to get 15 new HD channels in 2010 and add BBC i-player and ITV i-player in the next few months (certainly ready for the world cup in June) if your set has an input for a network cable you can get i-player. The LG 42LH7700 definitely has this
#12
loll1es
Most Sky + boxes have a 4 way LNB on the dish. You just buy some satelitte cable from wilkinsons (25p per metre) and feed it from one of the 2 that you are not using, along the same line that you are already using for your sky+, then feed it directly into the back of the tv for perfect HD reception.

Freesat are due to get 15 new HD channels in 2010 and add BBC i-player and ITV i-player in the next few months (certainly ready for the world cup in June) if your set has an input for a network cable you can get i-player. The LG 42LH7700 definitely has this


Thanks for that, your "in the know", finally is Freesat better than Freeview HD?
#13
Also on the FreesatHD side, I see M&S and JL both do a standard installation of the Freesat (plus dish etc) for around £80. If one has an existing dish, would they reduce the price accordingly?
#14


No....it's a Sony........

It's also inferior LCD. The Panasonic is a plasma.
1 Like #15
Frankie76
Also on the FreesatHD side, I see M&S and JL both do a standard installation of the Freesat (plus dish etc) for around £80. If one has an existing dish, would they reduce the price accordingly?


If the existing installaion is Sky digital, then nothing needs to be altered - just connect up. ;-)
#16
Faythur
If the existing installaion is Sky digital, then nothing needs to be altered - just connect up. ;-)


Care to expand on that for the technically incompetent?

I have two cables from my dish going into my Sky+ upstairs and a Magic Eye connection to the TV downstairs. Therein lies the problem for me as I'd want the HD connection straight into the new telly downstairs.
#17
Thanks Lemanski - missed this last time.

I read that Plasma are not as good (not techincally just from a sun reflecting point of view) as LCD in a bright room.....my living room has lots of windows any of you experts confirm or deny this....no point having a great TV if you cant see the picture without drawing the curtains.
#18
LCD's tend to be slightly more 'vibrant', especially amongst the cheaper models, although its marginal really, plus you'll struggle to find a 42" LCD. If you want great brightness go for an LED, although you're looking at 4 figures if you want a good one!
#19
cheers, missed it in stock last time, ordered. cheers OP
#20
Can't belive this is not hotter.
#21
probably as it was posted before and went out of stock, still a hot hot hot deal tho, and the best price around for a G10
#22
All

I`ve already ordered mine for 669.. expected tomorrow!: :thumbsup: but can someone tell me how to get the extra 5% from quidco off?.. is it too late now i`ve ordered mine?!
#23
soled73
Can't belive this is not hotter.


Because it still has a current post HERE. I posted this deal last time the tv came back in stock and it got expired and spammed within 10 mins because of that post :)
#24
Sockpuppetuk
Because it still has a current post HERE. I posted this deal last time the tv came back in stock and it got expired and spammed within 10 mins because of that post :)


Its been out of stock for a few days now and M&S were telling people that the deal had finished - hence it was removed from their site, so good to see it back on!!!
#25
#26
speculatrix
the 42" G15 deal is better - use SNOW5 at currys checkout *and* cashback beforehand
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailCurrys.htm
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/576333/panasonic-txp42g15b-42-1080p-viera-


its better if you want to watch youtube on your tv, otherwise its the same plasma panel and the same everything else... oh and the G10s black, which looks better than naff silver ;-)
#27
speculatrix
the 42" G15 deal is better - use SNOW5 at currys checkout *and* cashback beforehand
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/retailerdetailCurrys.htm
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/576333/panasonic-txp42g15b-42-1080p-viera-


no 5 yr gtee though eh ?

youtube on my tele or 5 years peace of mind. FIGHT
#28
Skeets
All

I`ve already ordered mine for 669.. expected tomorrow!: :thumbsup: but can someone tell me how to get the extra 5% from quidco off?.. is it too late now i`ve ordered mine?!


I'm afriad you have to go through quidco to make the purchase so you are too late. Register with [url]www.quidco.com[/url] then go to quidco search for Mark and Spencer and then go to the M&S web site VIA the link on the quidco page.
1 Like #30
Frankie76
Care to expand on that for the technically incompetent?

I have two cables from my dish going into my Sky+ upstairs and a Magic Eye connection to the TV downstairs. Therein lies the problem for me as I'd want the HD connection straight into the new telly downstairs.


If I read the earlier posts correctly, it seems like you would need a quad LNB on the dish, with two cables going from that to the downstairs TV, unless Faythur or anyone else can correct me.
#31
With all this hype of 3D tv going around currently - woudl this tv be out dated soon - or can it be used with 3D movies?

I have a 37" 720P panny plasma and love it, just would love to upgrade to a larger 1080P unit, but wont bother if im gonna regret doing so in a year.
#32
Shame its a plasma - steering clear of those OLED / LCD for me
#33
wait for the new models..one with camera and skype / wifi connectivity..i hope it will be no more than 800 or so..
#34
alanino64
Shame its a plasma - steering clear of those OLED / LCD for me


Oh dear...
#35
reserves
Oh dear...


Indeed! Excellent price.. voted hot.. wish I had the cash to replace the PZ80A with one of these. I think mine's good enough for now though!
#36
Just to answer previous poster, if you want 3D, you'll need a 3D set so this would be no good - but then again you'll be paying a big premium on 3D when the tv's are available and at the end of the day how much 3D content will there be initially?

I ordered this tv when the bluray was packaged free with it but cancelled as I'm going to wait a little longer while my crt is still going strong!

Would recommend plasma over lcd though, much more natural picture!
#37
Can anyone else comment on my previous question (thanks Lemanski but my question is more around reflection on the screen making the set unviewable rather than LCDs going brighter than Plasmas.

Thanks

I read that Plasma are not as good (not techincally just from a sun reflecting point of view) as LCD in a bright room.....my living room has lots of windows any of you experts confirm or deny this....no point having a great TV if you cant see the picture without drawing the curtains. Been happy with my 3 year old Tosh LCD so a bit hesitant about moving to plasma.
#38
new set which are coming are g20 and g25..they are not 3D..
they have better picture quality (mainly better contrast), wifi, skype connectivity
for 3D there is a seperate range
#39
Further to my previous post.....

Had a expensive plasma, but really only watched Sky Sports or FX channels.

Now both their logos are 'burned' onto the glass so if I do watch some other channel, you can see a faint image of these channels in the corner.

Never again.
#40
Right stop posting deals for this tv from M&S, I bought mine a few months before xmas at £928 with a cinema system. Hot deal but makes me sad, my wallet cries. Cracker TV expecially when on the wall.

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