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Panasonic TH37PX70B Plasma TV £399.00 Bennets Hi-Tech show only

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You'll need to be quick to grab this 37"(94cmV) VIERA HD ready pure flat plasma TV with built-in Freeview. From the way it looks, to the way it delivers pictures and sounds, the VIERA range is the ultimate in TV viewing and is at an unbelievable price.

Nearly had kittens when I saw this as I've just bought the 37PX80! However £399 is a terrific price for this.

Downsides, not included in this months Panasonic dealers free 5 year guarantee as far as I know, and only available from the Hi-Tech Show starting 6pm Friday 24th, Norfolk Showgroun, Norwich.

There are some other good offers too, check it out.
Specs:
Panasonic TH-37PX70B 37 inch, 94cmV Screen, VIERA HD Ready plasma with Screen Only & Freeview
Screen Type: Widescreen 16:9
Screen Size: 37"/94cm
HD Ready
Nicam Sound
Screen Only
IDTV (Freeview)
1080p Digital Processing Chip-Set
1080p Digital Re-Mastering Processor
HD Optimizer
Advanced 3D Colour Management
Motion Pattern Noise Reduction
Viera Link
Sub-Pixel Controller
1024 x 720 Resolution
10,000:1 Contrast Ratio
PC Input
HDMI Input x 2

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    rockatin
    good price but gonna be near enough impossible to get
    smegio
    Lol I'm going tomorrow. You need to be near Norwich for this one people.
    rockatin
    ill give you 50 quid if you get me one :)
    packard
    do you get a stand? ? ?
    pete_21
    I have a TH37PX80B and can vouch for them 100%,they are superb panels:thumbsup:

    Would get a PX70 for the spare room for that price!.
    ms2005
    So these are not full HD just have a processor???
    deb8z
    I've had my Panasonic Viera plasma for about 4 years now,cost 2 grand for that and a dvd recorder,my how they have come down in price,..lol

    Brill tv's though:thumbsup:
    Picard123
    Some great prices there.....just a shame its in the middle of nowhere (ie Norwich) :p
    streetkid
    Wow! This is my TV and it is nothing short of excellent. Paid nearly double one year ago, this is a great buy!
    bossmanuk
    You can also get the 42" version for £498
    scoob65
    ms2005
    So these are not full HD just have a processor???


    I have this tv and it is truly stunning. It acceps a full HD signal and displays it at 720P. You will not notice the difference between 720P and full HD 1080P on any tv under 50'. The human eye cannot detect the difference under 50'. However if you are viewng mostly SD, freeview, sky DVD's then this set is better than the 1080P setsas it ha lss upscaling to do.

    Hot, Hot deal. :thumbsup:
    Adamo
    scoob65
    I have this tv and it is truly stunning. You will not notice the difference between 720P and full HD 1080P on any tv under 50'. The human eye cannot detect the difference under 50'. However if you are viewng mostly SD, freeview, sky DVD's then this set is better than the 1080P setsas it ha lss upscaling to do.

    Hot, Hot deal. :thumbsup:

    Sorry to do this, but this is nonsense. The human eye can detect it at whatever the size is, otherwise why would they make MacBook Pros (17") with 1900 x 1200 screens? I have access to a 37" and 46" 1080p plasma and LCD respectively, you can tell the difference between them and a 720p/768p TV.
    brain_stew
    scoob65
    I have this tv and it is truly stunning. You will not notice the difference between 720P and full HD 1080P on any tv under 50'. The human eye cannot detect the difference under 50'. However if you are viewng mostly SD, freeview, sky DVD's then this set is better than the 1080P setsas it ha lss upscaling to do.

    Hot, Hot deal. :thumbsup:


    Complete utter BS (especially considering this TV is even lower resolution than 720p), but that doesn't make this deal any less hot. Excellent TV, particularly for the vast majority of the country for which SD viewing makes up 99% of their viewing. If you're a Bluray fan I'd spend a little extra and get a 40"+ 1080p panel though for 1:1 mapped, 24p judder free perfection.
    merlinthehappypig
    The 50" PANASONIC TH50PX70B at £599 looks a real bargain, but it's a long way for most people for something that is unlikely to be available when you get there. I'm only 20 miles away, but I've never had any success getting these headline grabbing offers.
    probedb
    brain_stew
    Complete utter BS (especially considering this TV is even lower resolution than 720p), but that doesn't make this deal any less hot. Excellent TV, particularly for the vast majority of the country for which SD viewing makes up 99% of their viewing. If you're a Bluray fan I'd spend a little extra and get a 40"+ 1080p panel though for 1:1 mapped, 24p judder free perfection.


    Sorry but you're the one talking total BS! It's res is 1024x720. It's a 37" TV and at most viewing distances it'll be used at you won't notice the difference! Have you actually ever used this TV? Don't make comments based on manufacturers specs.

    I bought one of these earlier this year at twice the price and it was worth it then and was best 37" TV in several magazines.
    loopie
    probedb
    Sorry but you're the one talking total BS! It's res is 1024x720. It's a 37" TV and at most viewing distances it'll be used at you won't notice the difference! Have you actually ever used this TV? Don't make comments based on manufacturers specs.

    I bought one of these earlier this year at twice the price and it was worth it then and was best 37" TV in several magazines.


    It will be a fantastic TV and an excellent price, but you will see the difference between a 1024x720 and a 1920x1080 screen. I have a 720p (1366x768) and a 1080p 1920x1080) screen and I can clearly see the difference between them, if you could not tell the difference what would be the point in making a 1080p screen.
    Humperdinck
    It all depends on what type of media you'll be playing through it. You'll only see a noticable difference on a 1080p TV if you play 1080p material through it. Sky HD is 1080i so you'd be hard pressed to see much difference watching this with a the PX70 compared to a 1080P tv. Some Pioneer KURO's re not full HD and you'll find it very difficult to find a better TV.

    The PX70 is an exceptional TV especially if you can source one at this price :D
    scoob65
    Adamo
    Sorry to do this, but this is nonsense. The human eye can detect it at whatever the size is, otherwise why would they make MacBook Pros (17") with 1900 x 1200 screens? I have access to a 37" and 46" 1080p plasma and LCD respectively, you can tell the difference between them and a 720p/768p TV.


    brain_stew
    Complete utter BS (especially considering this TV is even lower resolution than 720p), but that doesn't make this deal any less hot. Excellent TV, particularly for the vast majority of the country for which SD viewing makes up 99% of their viewing. If you're a Bluray fan I'd spend a little extra and get a 40"+ 1080p panel though for 1:1 mapped, 24p judder free perfection.


    You are the one talking 'Complete utter BS' :roll: Firstly, so it's not even 720P? So how is a 1024x not a 720P resolution then?

    Secondly, sitting at normal living room distance you won't see the difference. I've lost count of the amount of expert mag's who have stated this, you can also nip over to avforums.com to verify it. On computer monitors where detail is more important and you are sitting 2ft instead of 8 to 10 ft watching tv, it is noticeable. If you are a 2 year old and sit 2ft from your tv you may notice it then.
    timothyw9
    From what I understand this television runs at 1024x768.............. (Equivalent to a 15" pc screen's resoloution!)

    Whereas some television sets will run at 1920x1080 which is what 1080p is?
    vir3us
    timothyw9
    From what I understand this television runs at 1024x768.............. (Equivalent to a 15" pc screen's resoloution!)

    Whereas some television sets will run at 1920x1080 which is what 1080p is?


    Well put, simple as that.... My "24 IIyame prolite runs at 1920x1080 and i can notice the difference between 720p and 1080p and it only 24"

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