Panasonic TH-42PX80B 42" Viera HD Ready 100HZ Plasma TV - £609.95 Delivered @ Comet !! - HotUKDeals
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Use the code " 40SUMMER " to get this price

-100,000 Hours Panel Life
-HD Ready
-15,000:1 Native Contrast
-V real 3 technology
-100Hz dual scan
-24p Input
-3 x HDMI rear, 2 x SCART
-Viera Link
-SD Card (JPEG)
-V-Audio
-PC Input
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#1
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/Panasonic/big/106239.jpg
#2
Don't forget Quidco too.
#3
Fantastic TV for both HD material and will give a better image than virtually any other HD tv on the market for standard definition feeds.

I'd use this offer to get John Lewis to price match thoguh to get a better service/warranty
#4
Not long now...wait for the 1080p crowd - they're coming!
#5
Is this 1080?
Only joking :p
Seems like a good deal for a panny especially when you use quidco. Hot
#6
its rubbish is not 1080p with dobly digital AC3 7.1 sourround............:whistling:

Nah a great TV...and good price....LOL
#7
We threw one of these away last week as its not 1080p, to me its like a Matsui 14" portable with a dodgy indoor aerial
#8
Brill TV we have the old model 70B and its a cracking picture
#9
is this 1080p? What about blu-ray and ps3?












only joking...:whistling:
#10
Fantastic price!
#11
What I find amazing, unrelated to this exact thread, is when you see advert for TVs - HD, whatever - on television... and they show you the amazing picture quality... and you are seeing it on your existing TV!

They are counting on enough people being dumb enough to think, 'Wow, That looks so amazing - so much better than my current set up.'

These adverts are on *all the time* - how dumb do they think we are?!

Obviously, they must be right about consumers being dumb or they wouldn't do it.

Like with prices still ending in 99p or 95p instead of being in whole pounds. How did that cheap psychological trick last more than a week?

Humans are such dumb creatures...
#12
Amazing deal, amazing price, great TV - on both SD and HD!

HOT!
#13
I have this, absolute brillaint TV. Picture is spot on
#14
For all the 1080p morons, unless its 55" or larger, you are unable to see ANY difference between 720p material and 1080p material.
Don't believe me, go to a small store (not currys, dixons or any of those morons) and put a 40" HD ready and a 1080p set from the same manufacturer along side each other and feed them both with the same 1080p material.
You'll need about 30mins and a magnifying glass to see any difference.
I have the 37" px80b and the new 40" sony TFT 1080p.
I drive them both with a popcorn hour player with both 720p and 1080p material.
The panasonic is BY FAR the better picture.
The only downside to the plasma is b&w material, if it moves quickly I sometimes see the colour scan effect.
All plasmas suffer this to a degree, some people see it more than others.
As for this model, check out the reviews, it is constantly in the top 5 of ALL HD tv's.
#15
Great TV, voted hot!
#16
Great price but John Lewis are selling the panasonic TH-42PZ80B £799 with 5 Year guarantee.
Just ordered one to-day.
#17
switzzzz
Great price but John Lewis are selling the panasonic TH-42PZ80B £799 with 5 Year guarantee.
Just ordered one to-day.


Hi m8
you got a link ?

can't see it on thier website ?

might get one you know :oops:
#19
An HD TV thats not HDCP enabled!!?
suspended#20
screen burn still an issue with plasma's?
#21


Wow sure this was deare than that the other day
have you seen it running
looks lovelllllllly

:roll:
#22
This isnt even hd

its 1024x768

the lowest hd resolution is 1280x720
#23
Shonk
This isnt even hd

its 1024x768

the lowest hd resolution is 1280x720


:lol:
#24
Shonk
This isnt even hd

its 1024x768

the lowest hd resolution is 1280x720


LOL.
Thats funny.

I just bought one of these. After reading that comment I have just thrown it in my council rubbish tip where it belongs. :p
#25
Shonk
This isnt even hd

its 1024x768

the lowest hd resolution is 1280x720


HAHAHA
#26
Shonk
This isnt even hd

its 1024x768

the lowest hd resolution is 1280x720


LOL....What do you think the 768 bit is ...:roll:

It's a 720p TV, will happily accept a 1080i or 1080p feed though and make them look damn fine as well.

Dear me...some people
#27
switzzzz
Great price but John Lewis are selling the panasonic TH-42PZ80B £799 with 5 Year guarantee.
Just ordered one to-day.


Will give you better images from HD sources but slightly worse results with SD source.

Fan noise can be an issue on the PZ's has about 4 in it from memory.

Still a damn nice TV though :thumbsup:
#28
win2000b
screen burn still an issue with plasma's?

Not these, I've never had a trouble with Panasonic.
Shonk
This isnt even hd

its 1024x768

the lowest hd resolution is 1280x720

Oh dear. Oh..no you didn't.
#29
win2000b
screen burn still an issue with plasma's?


Never had a problem with mine and i have Sky news running for a few hours many a time if i fall asleap on the sofa !

Just run at low brightness & contrast for around the first 100 hours to run it in :thumbsup:
#30
Shonk
This isnt even hd

its 1024x768

the lowest hd resolution is 1280x720



I knew one would come along eventually.:whistling:
#31
So how cheap is this? What the next best price?
#32
mercurystar999
So how cheap is this? What the next best price?


Sound & vision is £629 delivered, which are normally pretty good.

My choice would be to get John Lewis to price match S&V at £629 to get the 5 year warranty.

Top TV by the way, still a good find.
#33
Uridium;2461743
Fantastic TV for both HD material and will give a better image than virtually any other HD tv on the market for standard definition feeds.

I'd use this offer to get John Lewis to price match thoguh to get a better service/warranty

Pricematch? Why do you have to? Apparently they are Never Knowingly Undersold yet sell this TV for hundreds of pounds more than their competitors.

If John Lewis are Never Knowingly Undersold then I will rip off my left leg and beat myself to death with it.

Dont bother giving your money to a company that knowingly misleads and instead do what i did and goto S&V Bolton with £600 and you get a Panasonic 5yr warranty and free delivery.
#34
I'd rather wait for the v4000 to come down in price. For some people saying hd doesn't matter. For consoles or using this as a monitor it does matter. This tv isn't even 720p.
#35
1080p????:whistling:
#36
essexlad
I'd rather wait for the v4000 to come down in price. For some people saying hd doesn't matter. For consoles or using this as a monitor it does matter. This tv isn't even 720p.


Sorry but this is a better TV than the V4000. The scaling performance of this TV is legendary. No-one but Superman could tell the difference between this and the best 1080p LCD from normal viewing distance with a HD source

Additionally the SD performance is leagues ahead of any LCD on the market.

AND YES IT IS 720P!!
#37
essexlad
I'd rather wait for the v4000 to come down in price. For some people saying hd doesn't matter. For consoles or using this as a monitor it does matter. This tv isn't even 720p.

:w00t: No one is saying HD doesn't matter but this TV is HD.

720p only requires 720 lines down in the official documentation. This TV is far better than the V4000.
#38
i love this

hd is 1280x720 or 1920x1080

the plasma makers moaned as most panels where still 1024x768
so they got to put hd stickers on as well

but this certainly isnt hd

i dont care how good its scaler is its still not hd
#39
I'd get this quick as the prices appear to be going back up as theis was £609.00 at sound and vision a few days ago.
#40
my uncle sucked up this sh1t from richer sounds about a year ago
and he walked out with a pioneer 43" plasma 1024x768 for £2800

whilst yes its not a bad plasma

its still not hd

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