Panasonic 50'' TH-50PZ800B Full HD Plasma TV £999.99 + 5 Years Free Warranty @ M&S + £50 Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic 50'' TH-50PZ800B Full HD Plasma TV
Now: £999.00 Special Offer
Was: £1,499.00
Product Code: T395303Z
FREE 5 Year M&S Guarantee with this product - No forms necessary - Just keep your receipt

Free installation & delivery with this TV

This full HD Panasonic TV will change the way you watch television. The VIERA system produces images with enhanced contrast and colour. The Intelligent Frame Creation and 24p Playback systems create super smooth fast moving images using the same high speed frame rate as a real cinema screen See product details below

Available for: Home Delivery


Product Details
HD Ready 1080p: Displays images in Full HD 1080p, the maximum resolution defined for HDTV use, when connected to an HD compatible device
Display: 50 inch plasma screen, 2,073,600 (1,920 x 1,080) pixels
Contrast: Native 30,000:1, Dynamic 1,000,000:1
Integrated Digital Tuner: Gives you access to all Freeview terrestrial digital TV channels and all digital radio stations (subject to coverage in your area)
Dimensions: H847 x W1267 x D104 (with stand) H749 x W 1267 x D104mm (without)
Weight: 46kg (with stand) 41kg (without stand)
V-Audio with SRS TruSurround XT®: V-Audio delivers crystal-clear sound with superior bass performance while the SRS TruSurround produces enhanced surrounding effects
Connectors: 4 HDMI, 2 Scart, PC Input, S-Video, Component Video Input, Headphone Jack
VIERA Superior Picture Quality: The VIERA system provides richly expressed images with enhanced contrast and deeper natural colours, thanks to the wider x.v.Colour palette
Digital Cinema Colour: Superb colour reproduction with 5,1200 steps of gradation
Intelligent Frame Creation With 24p Playback: With 50Hz video signal input, the Intelligent Frame Creation achieves high moving picture resolution even in fast-motion scenes. 24p Playback creates high speed playback of images to recreate the full cinematic experience
SD Card Slot: View your treasured photos on the big screen by simply removing your camera's memory card and sliding it into the SD card slot
VIERA Link: Enables you to control all your AV systems with only one remote
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Please Note: To receive the full range of Freeview channels, customers should use an outdoor wide band Aerial. Suitable portable TV Aerials can be used to receive freeview but the quality of the reception is dependent on the quality of the product and the signal area. Due to these factors you may not receive all Freeview channels when using an indoor aerial
Please Note: Freeview is not yet available to the whole of the UK. We advise that you check that your postcode area can receive the Freeview signal before ordering this product
Use wall mount T042104 to perfectly mount this TV
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#1
anything panasonic is a must have, thats coming from somebody who works for sony
banned#2
stezo2k
anything panasonic is a must have, thats coming from somebody who works for sony


reason,

still slightly confused between this and p50g10
#3
Easily the best manifacturer of high street TV sets out there. Highly recommended and never had any problems with a panny yet.
#4
hot hot hot lol
banned#5
mightyforest
exact tv im looking at here,looks a good tv m8 and guess good price new

http://www.cheap-lcd-tv.co.uk/50_Panasonic_TH50PZ80B_Viera_Full_HD_1080p_Digital_Freeview_Plasma_TV_332_d

just awaiting stock,yes i know these are returns ,damaged box etc but im a cheap skate lol


[url]www.specsavers.co.uk[/url]

:thinking:

different model
banned#6
and no 5 year warranty
#7
right in thinking 5% quidco at m&s online too?,making it £50 if so
#8
good spot lol yea the 800 has quite a few better specs than the 80 ,heat added :)
#9
is this only 50hz??
banned#10
mango786
is this only 50hz??


no 100hz
#11
We have this TV, it is great:thumbsup:
#12
what does the free M&S guarantee cover?

is it and in home service or do you have to get your TV to a service centre?
#13
Great for this with a 5 year warranty
#14
Unbeatable deal - top quality TV at a steal of a price. :thumbsup:
banned#15
g10 is bothering me. i am not sure which one to opt for
#16
folks on av forums say z800 looks better than g10 when using hd source,im tempted by this one


only worry for me is the power consumption avg 421 watts ,g10 is half that
#17
Thanks to OP,top find.

Just ordered one for my brother in law. Price ends up as £977.72 (VAT adjustment) - less 5% Quidco. Including free delivery and installation plus 5 Year Guarantee.

I have had the previous Panasonic model (TH-50PZ700) For about 18 months and can't fault it.
#18
Squelds;5848685
Easily the best manifacturer of high street TV sets out there. Highly recommended and never had any problems with a panny yet.
Some might say that Pioneer manufacture the best TVs with their Kuros :whistling:
#19
mightyforest
only worry for me is the power consumption avg 421 watts ,g10 is half that


wow that's high.
#20
only thing that annoys me with panasonic is no numbers on contrast and that which is very hard when you try to calibrate it.

Also no digital optical output via the TV either is a pain
#21
We have the 46" version, bought last year for £1200 which was a bargain at the time. This is a cracking TV at a cracking price.

Heat added.
#22
Squelds
Easily the best manifacturer of high street TV sets out there. Highly recommended and never had any problems with a panny yet.


I strongly disagreed. I have a panasonic 250GB video, dvd recorder and it tajes ages to boot up. The reception is not that brilliant.

By the way, can someone enlighten me on Samsung LED or is it Samsung OLED and I was told that it was more economical than Panasonic. Any boffins out there?
#23
If you're a member of Costco I noticed they had all the freesat models on offer today from 50" downwards. Can't remember exact prices.
#24
Silverwolf
Some might say that Pioneer manufacture the best TVs with their Kuros :whistling:


Some would be correct! However not at this price level.....and.......Pioneer are getting out of the TV market - if they haven't already done so.

This is a fantastic deal!

H&R added :thumbsup:
#25
aym280
I strongly disagreed. I have a panasonic 250GB video, dvd recorder and it tajes ages to boot up. The reception is not that brilliant.

By the way, can someone enlighten me on Samsung LED or is it Samsung OLED and I was told that it was more economical than Panasonic. Any boffins out there?


A DVD/hard drive recorder is not a TV.....and yes, I will agree that there are better Freeview tuners [in my Humax recorder for example] but the Panasonics absolutely excel on picture quality with standard definition broadcasts, which after all, what we all view most of the time ....... watching 'normal' TV.

Samsung's latest range use LEDs for the backlight source, which means they should be more economical to run. However when comparing LCD versus plasma, remember that with LCDs, the backlight is constant. with plasma, the consumption depends on the picture brightness, so in effect, there isn't really that much between LCD and plasma running costs....

OLED [the 'O' stands for organic i.e. natural] is still a very expensive technology and AFAIK only Sony offer a [smallish] model at the moment.
#26
Nice Tv but last years model (2008), they must be had those kicking around there stock room for some time !!
#27
i got the panny 46inch model earlier in the year an the picture is awesome in hd an normal sd , buy it you know you want to
#28
gR8_mUndA
g10 is bothering me. i am not sure which one to opt for


If you can afford it, go for the G10, the new NeoPDP panels offer better motion handling, better blacks and less power consumption, plus you get a Freesat HD tuner too.

The PZ800 is still very good though, it has advantages such as much better sound (seperate tweeter, woofer), PIP, 4x HDMI, Deep Colour, Digital Cinema Colour and 24p Real Cinema, colour filter Pro afaik.
#29
On OLED:

Yes, I was right - you can pick up an 11" Sony model for a bargain £3,500! :w00t:

http://www.engadget.com/tag/xel-1

On a separate note, there might be some light at the end of the tunnel for SED technology yet. I really hope it succeeds as it will be much cheaper than OLED to produce and has a longer lifespan before deterioration in PQ - only 10% reported after 60,000 hours - this is an area where OLED is very weak....

PQ wise, any prototypes over the years have all had jaw dropping imaging.
#30
g_p_t
Nice Tv but last years model (2008), they must be had those kicking around there stock room for some time !!

Some might say.. a year?!
Silverwolf
Some might say that Pioneer manufacture the best TVs with their Kuros :whistling:

Try finding them on the high street then! His comment was spot on, Panasonic are the best on the high street in Currys, Comet and Martin Dawes for example, but you have to go to a specialist (which aren't usually on the high street) to get a Pioneer. Then, you're paying three times the price for an equivalent set. Even though I know they're worth the money, I could never justify it over a top end Panasonic.
#31
Pioneer wont be making anymore TVs now.
they're phasing out their production of them.
#32
I've got a 42" G10 on order from John Lewis at £900... any opinions on which is better for the money?
banned#33
no1knows
I've got a 42" G10 on order from John Lewis at £900... any opinions on which is better for the money?


if i was you id go for this.

or go for p50g10 from amzon excluding 5 years warranty(JL warranty sucks anyway) at £1064
#34
Thanks,

what a super deal. I have been watching for a good deal for a few weeks, have ordered this, mine came out at £977.72 with take vat deducted and plus the £50 cashback I am delighted.

I assume this comes with no stand.... Assuming I am correct does anyone know of any good options/deals re this.

thanks again
#35
gR8_mUndA
if i was you id go for this.

or go for p50g10 from amzon excluding 5 years warranty(JL warranty sucks anyway) at £1064


Why do JL warranties 'suck'?
#36
At least some people know what i was talking about ;-) I choose the words 'high street tv sets' very carefully... yep the Kuro has the rep for the best overall performance but at a whopping 3x the price of its nearest competitor id say it was pretty much a 'specialist' tv and not available in most high street stores.
#37
Anyone who has a nickname for their TV is not to be trusted in a recommendation. So if you see the work 'Panny' be afraid. These people will recommend a mono wireless (that word used to refer to a battery powered radio) as the greatest piece of HiFi available if it's made by their favourite company.
#38
pogologo
Why do JL warranties 'suck'?


this John Lewis thing takes a lot of people in.
i dont believe it to be the god send that its regarded as on here.

theres no direct phone service.
theres no set callout time
no set cutoff point where they decide your tv is gonna be written off cos parts arent available

as far as I can tell, its not unlimited repairs. its repairs up the value paid for the TV.
how many times?
once? repairs up until the original value has been reached?

if they can't repair it or replace it without costing themselves too much money they'll "discuss an alternative with you", which will mean a partial refund in the form of vouchers based on the time you've had the TV.

and "occasionally we might ask you to pay for the repair and claim it back from us"
WHAT????
how long does that take?
since it takes about 3-5 days just for them to agree to a price match, who knows??

i don't personally believe a paying customer should EVER have to pay for their own repair and claim it back through the company, especially within a set warranty period.
if it was outside warranty and done via a claim against the retailer via the SOGA, fair enough.

Their T&C don't mention an in home service either. do you have to get the TV to their service centre? or will they pick it up and apply that charge to the repair bill?

is it transferrable should you want to sell the TV on?


they might have unrivalled customer service but this free 5 year thing seems a mite vague for my liking.
#39
dprovan
Thanks,

what a super deal. I have been watching for a good deal for a few weeks, have ordered this, mine came out at £977.72 with take vat deducted and plus the £50 cashback I am delighted.

I assume this comes with no stand.... Assuming I am correct does anyone know of any good options/deals re this.

thanks again
#40
How Do You Get £50 Cashback

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