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Product Description
VIERA Neo Plasma Full HD 3D TV with Freeview HD
600Hz Sub-field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro
Infinite Black Pro
24p Smooth Film
VIERA Connect
3D Image Viewer
TV Tuner
Integrated Tuners*: PAL-I; DVB-T DVB-T/T2 (MPEG4-AVC [H.264])
Teletext Reception: 1000P
Display
Contrast: Infinite Black Pro (5000000:1 Native)
Motion Technology: 600 Hz Sub Field Drive Intelligent Frame Creation Pro
Screen Size: 42" (106 cm) diagonal
Panel: G14 Progressive Full-HD NeoPlasma
Filter: High Contrast Filter (AR Filter)
Viewing Angle: Viewing Angle Free
Response Speed: 0.001 msec. (Time of discharge after the drive pulse signal of the panel is sent.)
Resolution: Full-HD 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
Moving Picture Resolution: 1080 lines
24p Smooth Film/Playback: 24p Smooth Film/Playback
Shades of Gradation: 6144 equivalent steps of gradation
Deep Colour (10/12-bit)
x.v. Colour
3D Colour Management
Picture Mode: Dynamic/Normal/Cinema/True Cinema/Game/Photo
Vreal: Vreal 3D
Full HD 3D
3D Panel
3D 24p Film Display/Smooth Film
2D/3D Conversion
3D Image Viewer
Dedicated 3D Eyewear: NOT included
Sound
Speakers: 2 x 10 watt 2 Speakers
Sound Mode: Music/Speech/User
Virtual Surround: V-Audio Surround
Dolby Digital/dts/CoNEQ: Dolby Digital Plus/DolbyPulse/dts2.0/dts Digital Out
Input/Output
CI (Common Interface)
VIERA Image Viewer: (AVCHD/SD-VIDEO/Motion JPEG [Lumix]/MP4 [Xacti]/DivXPlusHD/MKV/WMV/JPEG/MPO/MP3/AAC/WMA playback)
USB: 2 (1 side 1 rear); Mass Storage/Keyboard/WiFi
HDMI Input/ Support Feature: 4 (1 side 3 rear)/ Audio Return Channel (Input 2) / 3D Input (Input 2)
Composite Video Input: AV2: CVBS x 1 (side)
Component Video Input: RCA phono type x 1 set (rear)
Audio Input (for HDMI Composite Component): RCA phono type x 2 sets (1 side 1 rear)
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scamster#1
nice :) was thinking about this one but went for the TX-P42G30 as that has a superior 2D reproduction and has DLNA which this doesn't have.

But heat from me as you can't get much better for a 3D panel at this price!

Been thinking about copping a wireless dongle for my Panasonic telly, is there a cheaper on than the one Panny do?

Edited By: scamster on Feb 01, 2012 23:48: .
mike_c 1 Like #2
The dlna isnt that good but a cheaper dongle that can be used on anything is the open media wifi bridge found on ebay etc.. For around £22 delivered. Only snag is it requires a usb port for power but connects to the wired rj45 port

wifibridge.co.uk/
CeeJay1975#4
Ive had this TV for about 3 months now and very happy with it. Its just missing the DNLA media streaming and ability to use a USB HDD for recording. pausing and rewinding live TV. Other than that its a cracking set and well worth the money. We paid £550 for it from John Lewis but managed to wangle £50 back on a technicallity.

We aint too bothered about 3D at the moment but its there if we need it and at the price it was equivelent to any 2D set. Lovely 2D picture on this.
Fnz 2 Likes #5
This was on Amazon for £450 a fortnight ago according to camelizer:

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B004TFDTMS/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0
copthis1#6
Fnz
This was on Amazon for £450 a fortnight ago according to camelizer:

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B004TFDTMS/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0



Nothing like telling people they could have got it cheaper......... :p
dmjwebster#8
Smuggling Pnuts

Aye, and it's OOS
scamster#9
mike_c
The dlna isnt that good but a cheaper dongle that can be used on anything is the open media wifi bridge found on ebay etc.. For around £22 delivered. Only snag is it requires a usb port for power but connects to the wired rj45 port

wifibridge.co.uk/


cheers mike_c I'll look into that, also noticed this dongle - NETGEAR RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N USB Adapter sold on Amazon for £28.75 that works on the Panny (_;)
Smuggling Pnuts#10
dmjwebster
Smuggling Pnuts

Aye, and it's OOS

?:{? its the same TV at the same shop...just highlighting the previous cheaper price

Edited By: Smuggling Pnuts on Jan 30, 2012 22:48
adamsky#11
they could throw at least 1 pair of glasses to get you started...
alexandercooper#12
Not a great price IMO as it was down to below £450 @ Amazon before christmas at stated and even £399 elsewhere i think.

The TV also has a chunky grey bezel which looks a bit dated.



Edited By: alexandercooper on Jan 31, 2012 08:27: .
scorez#13
If you have an Xbox or PS3, all these "smart" features that you are paying extra for... well, your console will already be able to do them.
dooper#14
alexandercooper
Not a great price IMO as it was down to below £450 @ Amazon & John Lewis before christmas and even £399 elsewhere.


It was a fantastic deal at £450. Don't believe it was ever £399 at any reputable retailer... you may be thinking of the S30 which was £399 for a while.

This is a good deal. What other TV can match / beat this TVs performance at anywhere near this price?

Edited By: dooper on Jan 31, 2012 08:18
alexandercooper#15
dooper
alexandercooper
Not a great price IMO as it was down to below £450 @ Amazon & John Lewis before christmas and even £399 elsewhere.


It was a fantastic deal at £450. Don't believe it was ever £399 at any reputable retailer... you may be thinking of the S30 which was £399 for a while.

This is a good deal. What other TV can match / beat this TVs performance at anywhere near this price?


You might be right about the S30. Fair comment
Ev0lution#16
It isnt so cheap when you have to add on the cost of glasses, its disgraceful that you dont get glasses with this.
strocky 1 Like #17
Bought this @ £450 a few weeks back, cracking TV for the money
Aznar#18
Fnz
This was on Amazon for £450 a fortnight ago according to camelizer:


Unfortunately many of Panasonic and Samsung TVs prices went up recently. This one is still at the same price level (even dropped slightly):

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-TX-P50ST30B-50-inch-Internet-Ready-Freeview/dp/B004TFDUB8

...so you might consider it.

Panasonic ST30 was on my shopping list for a while, but only till I`ve done some research. To many cons.



Edited By: MikeT on Jan 31, 2012 10:09
gingercat 1 Like #19
Could do with sticking the price in the title
dmjwebster#20
gingercat
Could do with sticking the price in the title
Done

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