Panasonic P42G20B + Panasonic BD85 Blu-Ray Player - £799.99 @ Comet - HotUKDeals
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I've been looking at the G20 for some time, prices seem to be fixed at £799.99. The difference with this deal is you get a Panasonic DMP-BD85 Blu-Ray player (£130 on Amazon) for FREE. Plus 3 free Blu-Rays, see link in post #1.

As you'll notice the price is actually £999.99, to get the £799.99 price you'll need to enter the voucher code '20TVLOW' (valid until 26/08/10, credit to millarcat).

I plan to sell the BD and use my PS3 which will hopefully net me £100 back, and thus £699.99.

Available for collection (no payment required until collection), or home delivery.

Reviews:
http://www.avforums.com/reviews/Panasonic-TX-P42G20-Plasma-HDTV-Review.html
http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/panasonic-txp42g20-txp42g20b-20100308169.htm
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/plasma-and-lcd-tvs/panasonic-tx-p42g20b-687126/review
http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Panasonic-TX-P42G20/

Hope that's helpful to some fellow HUKDers :)
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#1
Also, if you get in before the end of August, you can claim for 3 Blu-Ray discs with this particular player:

http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/uk-electronics/Revised-Avatar-TCs-with-31st-Aug-end-date._V188042920_.pdf

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#2
is it with a 1 year guarantee?
#3
Ok deal. No point buying a tv at the mo with the 3dtv revolution going on.. wait for a few months or until after Xmas and these kind of tv's prices shod therefore drop. But if you can't wait, excellent tv, top spec and can't go wrong with panasonic.
#4
Got this TV, absolutely fantastic (although you will need a separate sound system as inbuilt is a bit light in detail).
Can't see the fuss of 3D, why would you want to wear glasses to watch TV? Plus I guess the films will then need specialised players and expensive discs too? Vast majority of tv will be non-SD anyway.
#5
Reading1800
Got this TV, absolutely fantastic (although you will need a separate sound system as inbuilt is a bit light in detail).Can't see the fuss of 3D, why would you want to wear glasses to watch TV? Plus I guess the films will then need specialised players and expensive discs too? Vast majority of tv will be non-SD anyway.

Do you notice any flicker when viewing images with large bright/white areas? I get it on my G10.......wondering if its faulty, or just the way it is.
#6
id still like this tv(on its own) for the £799 with the 5 year warranty
i havent got a costco anywhere near me and no account
#7
toosmiles
id still like this tv(on its own) for the £799 with the 5 year warranty
i havent got a costco anywhere near me and no account


See if there is a Panasonic retailer nearby. They normally give 5 yrs warranty and could maybe price match the £799.
#8
Why has this been expired? It's still available!
#9
Fussy
Ok deal. No point buying a tv at the mo with the 3dtv revolution going on.. wait for a few months or until after Xmas and these kind of tv's prices shod therefore drop. But if you can't wait, excellent tv, top spec and can't go wrong with panasonic.


3dtv revolution...?
Must have missed that. Oh hang on, yes there's a channel on sky.
People have only really caught up with decent flat screen hi-def tv's. They aren't going to shell out so half the family watch the other half watch TV with novelty motion sickness devices strapped to there faces.
#10
wazza
is it with a 1 year guarantee?

You get one year manufacturer guarantee anyway by default.
Superb TV, went for this over LED! I paid £899 just for the TV and still worth every penny! Superb TV snap it up!
THX Certified picture settings as well is amazing, some BlueRay Movies optimnised for this. USB, Wireless and the list goes on. Cant recomment this TV enough!
I can go up close and not see any pixalisation with BluRay/DVD signal, likewise with most on cable/Sky.

Wouldnt touch the 3D TV's for 2 or 3 years anyway, I had that choice as well, most in the room wont benefit anyway! Or do you all huddle in the middle of the room 5 feet away ..lol






Edited By: Yomanda on Aug 20, 2010 18:52: added bits
#11
3DTV is a bit of a fad. Multiple pundits have predicted it's not going to take off ( yes I understand pundits have been wrong in the past, I'm looking at you Mr Hansen :P)
#12
Are you sure its the BD85 and not the basic BD45?
#13
'Sorry we can't find the page you're looking for' whenever I try either to buy online or reserve for store collection. What a compete waste of time Comet are..!!
#14
will be a great tv...have the 46g15 and its astounding and I mean that...as for 3d and wearing glasses...yawn
#15
It the BD65 it adds.
#16
Am I correct in saying that this set will play Video AVI files via a USB pen?
#17
You need to enter the promotion code 20TVLOW to get £200 off
#18
I notice the discount code is valid till the 26th, guess what day I get paid :(
#20
This TV is Awesome. I've looked at most TV's in this price bracket and ended up settling for this one. I got it from the Panasonic shop for £850 with 5 year warranty and a BD45 BluRay player thrown in for £50. The picture is just stunning if it's BluRay and fantastic if it's an upscaled DVD (it makes a big difference if you use the BluRay player that upscales normal DVD's over just a normal DVD player) It handles SD content really well too if it's coming from an external hard drive or just through the areal or freesat. Oh and it has Freesat HD and Freeview HD built in so there's those bases covered for the future as they get more and more HD channels.
#21
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toosmiles
id still like this tv(on its own) for the £799 with the 5 year warrantyi havent got a costco anywhere near me and no account
See if there is a Panasonic retailer nearby. They normally give 5 yrs warranty and could maybe price match the £799.

Good idea.
#22


LG against the Panasonic?? like saying A Ford Fiesta against a BMW :lol: Only TV that just beats it is Pioneer Kuro and you'll pay quite a bit more than the Panasonic
#23
Yomanda


LG against the Panasonic?? like saying A Ford Fiesta against a BMW :lol: Only TV that just beats it is Pioneer Kuro and you'll pay quite a bit more than the Panasonic


well that was my impression until I read any review of the LG, e.g.

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/lg-pk590-50pk590-review-49305400/

"We really love this TV. For a sensible price, you get a 50-inch 1080p TV with excellent picture quality, THX modes and calibration options mean you can set it up perfectly for your living room. We love the media playback from USB, which works brilliantly. The only things we weren't keen on were the slightly interference-prone receiver and the shonky built-in speakers. That said, this TV thoroughly deserves its rating, and we're happy to recommend it"
#24
Anyone know which is the cheapest place to buy a five year warranty for this TV?
It used to be cheaper buying from the manufacturer rather than from the retailer.
#25
kram65
Am I correct in saying that this set will play Video AVI files via a USB pen?


You would be correct :)
#26
mikepegg


well that was my impression until I read any review of the LG, e.g.

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/lg-pk590-50pk590-review-49305400/


"We really love this TV. For a sensible price, you get a 50-inch 1080p TV with excellent picture quality, THX modes and calibration options mean you can set it up perfectly for your living room. We love the media playback from USB, which works brilliantly. The only things we weren't keen on were the slightly interference-prone receiver and the shonky built-in speakers. That said, this TV thoroughly deserves its rating, and we're happy to recommend it"


Dont agree with the "shonky build-in speakers" not many TV's lately (due to being slimline) have a decent set of built in speakers unless you go for a big fat clumsy TV cabinet, so LCD has got no chance with the speaker front then has it? My old Hitachi PD7200 had great sound from the TV speakers but they were big speakers mounted on the side. Also not had any interference at all if I use the FreeviewHD and certainly not with Cable so dont agree with that either.
And also remember most TV's now are not designed to slap the volume up stupidly high like a HiFi when watching TV most have a reasonable volume/sound that the Panasonic for one can cope with admirably, and for anything louder needed most people these days have surround.

Edited By: Yomanda on Aug 30, 2010 10:48: edit

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