Panasonic TH37PX80 Plasma screen TV for £569 - £478 delivered with voucher + poss 8% quidco - HotUKDeals
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Absolutely unbelievable price for just about every reviews outlet's (Which?, What Hifi, etc) best buy in the 37" range. I got one at £517 and i am totally blown away, it is just stunning in every way, so at this price it's just a no brainer.

Don't be put off by the fact it is not Full HD, you simply cannot tell the difference at this size, and seeing as 95% of what you watch would be standard definition then the tv's performance on this is much more important (and believe me, it is astounding).

Voucher code xx424

Full product description:

Every image is richly expressive from bright scenes, such as scorching desert landscapes, to dark cave scenes. Contrast is enhanced by the new Real Black Drive system (a pre-discharge control system) and a higher base luminance from improvements made to the panel production process. The high contrast creates deep, robust blacks and reproduces scenes with a delicate balance of light and shadow.

You can enjoy beautiful cinematic reproduction of movie images. The images that are recorded onto movie film at 24 frames per second (fps) are reproduced at two times that speed by 24p Playback. This achieves film-like reproduction than with the 2:3 processing method.

Smooth gradation lends natural expression to images such as sunsets. VIERA brings you the wide colour range of the x.v.Colour standard and the natural colours made possible by the Deep Colour (HDMI V.1.3) standard through its compliance with the newest video standards. This allows one to enjoy natural images with rich expression.

In addition to brilliant picture quality, VIERA models offer the easy operation made possible by VIERA Link and the SD card slot. VIERA Link lets you operate other connected Panasonic AV components using only the VIERA TV's remote control unit. The majority of the VIERA line-up is equipped with a slot for large-capacity SDHC cards.You can view a slideshow of your photos on VIERA's big beautiful screen just by simply remove the SD memory card from your digital still camera, and slip it in to the slot.

* HD Ready 720p
* Built-in digital TV Tuner
* 15,000 : 1 contrast ratio
* V-Real II Processor Image Technology
* NICAM Stereo Sound

* 3 x HDMI connections
* 2 x SCART connections
* 1 x component connection
* 1 x PC connection
* SD Card reader for Photos
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banned#1
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??
#2
Mr Product
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??
AND WHY NOT?
[mod]#3
Mr Product
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??

Why, what's wrong with a 37" Plasma TV?
#4
Was a very Hot deal, but it now looks like Littlewoods have just increased the price by £110.
i.e if you enter Littlewoods site via Quidco it is listed at £679, but if you enter via the "Go To Deal" button above it is £569.
Can anyone explain this?
#5
its comin up as £569
3 Likes #6
Mr Product
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??


Hahahahahahaha. Ha ha. Hahahahahahahahaha. hahahahahahahaha.

Quality post! I can see you've done your research!
The reason you would get it is that - A) It is almost impossible to see any noticeable difference between HD ready and Full HD at 37 inches, you would have to put two 37 inches together and even then the th37 would probably be better as the image processing is so good on this tv, and B) This

Awards

11/2008

What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Awards, Best 37in Television, Issue 2008, November
"It produces one of the most stable, clean pictures available-at any size."

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Ultimate Guide, 5 Stars, November 2008
11/2008

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Ultimate Guide, 5 Stars, November 2008
"Its Freeview pictures are the best in class, thanks to extra stability and cleanliness, even with poor broadcasts"

TH-37PX80, What Video and Hi Def TV, 5 Stars, Issue 340, November 2008
11/2008

TH-37PX80, What Video and Hi Def TV, 5 Stars, Issue 340, November 2008
"Black levels and audio were streets ahead of LCD rivals"

TH-37PX80, Home Cinema Choice, Best Buy, Issue 162, November 2008
11/2008

TH-37PX80, Home Cinema Choice, Best Buy, Issue 162, November 2008
"Beautifully black blacks; natural colours; good remote and GUI."

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Awards 2008, Best 37in TV, October 2008
10/2008

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Awards 2008, Best 37in TV, October 2008

TH-37PX80, What Plasma and LCDTV, Best Buy award, Issue 56, October 2008
10/2008

TH-37PX80, What Plasma and LCDTV, Best Buy award, Issue 56, October 2008
"There are exceptional amounts of the subtle shadow detailing that help to give dark scenes depth."

TH-37PX80, Which?, Best Buy, September 2008
09/2008

TH-37PX80, Which?, Best Buy, September 2008
"Stunning picture quality and great usability make this 37-inch HD-ready Panasonic plasma a worthy best buy."

TH-37PX80B, What Video and Hi Def TV, Best Buy, Issue 336, August 2008
08/2008

TH-37PX80B, What Video and Hi Def TV, Best Buy, Issue 336, August 2008
"The Panasonic plasma with its lovely cinematic pictures, spec sheet and great price, takes the crown in some style."

What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, Best Buy up to £750, 5 Stars, Ultimate Guide July
07/2008

What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, Best Buy up to £750, 5 Stars, Ultimate Guide July
"It's fair to say expectations are high. It's also fair to say that Panasonic has not let us down."

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision (Online), 5 stars, July 2008
07/2008

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision (Online), 5 stars, July 2008
"It's fair to say expectations are high. And it's also fair to say that Panasonic has not let us down"

TH-37PX80B, What Video and High-Def, Editors Choice, July 2008
06/2008

TH-37PX80B, What Video and High-Def, Editors Choice, July 2008
"The 37PX80 also impresses with its much improved natural and vibrant colours"

TH-37PX80, AVReview (Online), Group test winner, May 2008
05/2008

TH-37PX80, AVReview (Online), Group test winner, May 2008
"Bursting through our finishing tape in first place, then, is Panasonic's 37PX80, with its effortlessly deep black levels, great colours and near-flaw

TH-37PX80, Trusted Reviews (Online), Recommended, March 2008
03/2008

TH-37PX80, Trusted Reviews (Online), Recommended, March 2008


03/2008

TH-37PX80, Sunday Times, Best Buy, March 2008


But feel free to spend more on an inferior lcd television, I think I'd honestly prefer it if you did :thumbsup:
#7
nice reply, my mum has a panasonic and its great, if you spend any amount of time in front of the telly you want quality not quantity.
#8
£569 for me too
#9
The code... you must...use...the code.

xx424 at the checkout. sheesh!:roll:
#10
great telly, 2nd only to the pioneer kuro, couldnt afford the kuro so got the 42" version of this and its fantastic. never heard one bad review.... blows lcd,s out the water for picture quality while watching basic sd, and to be fair thats what most people watch.
#11
I have the 1080 version and it is one of the best pictures I have seen. They are also noted for their excellent with nornal SD picture.
#12
Mr Product
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??


That has to be the most moronic thing i've ever read. :santa:
#13
nokmond
That has to be the most moronic thing i've ever read. :santa:


Glad it wasn't just me!
"Best 37" tv on the market at an absolute steal of a price? Rubbish! What else have you got for a pound?"
#14
I want to buy this TV but I still have faith that coming up to xmas and even after in the sales this TV will be very close to £400. That's when I'll snap this up
#15
Mr Product;3661578
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??



Everything this **** writes is tosh, just ignore the troll. Voted hot.
#16
narcist;3663404
Everything this **** writes is tosh, just ignore the troll. Voted hot.


Just read thru his previous posts. Waste of skin.
#17
The PX80 is a superb TV. Absolutely incredible price.
#18
epic fail for the environment! Sorry.
#19
I have this tv and it is superb. Esp at this price.
#20
Mr Product
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??


kam1nsk1
Hahahahahahaha. Ha ha. Hahahahahahahahaha. hahahahahahahaha.

Quality post! I can see you've done your research!
The reason you would get it is that - A) It is almost impossible to see any noticeable difference between HD ready and Full HD at 37 inches, you would have to put two 37 inches together and even then the th37 would probably be better as the image processing is so good on this tv, and B) This

Awards

11/2008

What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Awards, Best 37in Television, Issue 2008, November
"It produces one of the most stable, clean pictures available-at any size."

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Ultimate Guide, 5 Stars, November 2008
11/2008

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Ultimate Guide, 5 Stars, November 2008
"Its Freeview pictures are the best in class, thanks to extra stability and cleanliness, even with poor broadcasts"

TH-37PX80, What Video and Hi Def TV, 5 Stars, Issue 340, November 2008
11/2008

TH-37PX80, What Video and Hi Def TV, 5 Stars, Issue 340, November 2008
"Black levels and audio were streets ahead of LCD rivals"

TH-37PX80, Home Cinema Choice, Best Buy, Issue 162, November 2008
11/2008

TH-37PX80, Home Cinema Choice, Best Buy, Issue 162, November 2008
"Beautifully black blacks; natural colours; good remote and GUI."

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Awards 2008, Best 37in TV, October 2008
10/2008

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Awards 2008, Best 37in TV, October 2008

TH-37PX80, What Plasma and LCDTV, Best Buy award, Issue 56, October 2008
10/2008

TH-37PX80, What Plasma and LCDTV, Best Buy award, Issue 56, October 2008
"There are exceptional amounts of the subtle shadow detailing that help to give dark scenes depth."

TH-37PX80, Which?, Best Buy, September 2008
09/2008

TH-37PX80, Which?, Best Buy, September 2008
"Stunning picture quality and great usability make this 37-inch HD-ready Panasonic plasma a worthy best buy."

TH-37PX80B, What Video and Hi Def TV, Best Buy, Issue 336, August 2008
08/2008

TH-37PX80B, What Video and Hi Def TV, Best Buy, Issue 336, August 2008
"The Panasonic plasma with its lovely cinematic pictures, spec sheet and great price, takes the crown in some style."

What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, Best Buy up to £750, 5 Stars, Ultimate Guide July
07/2008

What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, Best Buy up to £750, 5 Stars, Ultimate Guide July
"It's fair to say expectations are high. It's also fair to say that Panasonic has not let us down."

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision (Online), 5 stars, July 2008
07/2008

TH-37PX80, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision (Online), 5 stars, July 2008
"It's fair to say expectations are high. And it's also fair to say that Panasonic has not let us down"

TH-37PX80B, What Video and High-Def, Editors Choice, July 2008
06/2008

TH-37PX80B, What Video and High-Def, Editors Choice, July 2008
"The 37PX80 also impresses with its much improved natural and vibrant colours"

TH-37PX80, AVReview (Online), Group test winner, May 2008
05/2008

TH-37PX80, AVReview (Online), Group test winner, May 2008
"Bursting through our finishing tape in first place, then, is Panasonic's 37PX80, with its effortlessly deep black levels, great colours and near-flaw

TH-37PX80, Trusted Reviews (Online), Recommended, March 2008
03/2008

TH-37PX80, Trusted Reviews (Online), Recommended, March 2008


03/2008

TH-37PX80, Sunday Times, Best Buy, March 2008


But feel free to spend more on an inferior lcd television, I think I'd honestly prefer it if you did :thumbsup:


Wow! Looks like that post really got your back up! I don't suppose you just happen to have one do you?
#21
Roastin' toastin'

I clicked on this thread knowing full well that there was bound to be a "BUT IT'S NOT 1080......" comment.
I'm glad there are some folk who seem to know the score.

If I hadn't bought this already I'd be jumping at this deal. Cracking picture. Nice deep blacks (not wishy washy greys), SD picture quality puts many similar sized LCDs to shame (my relatives thought their new JVC LCD TV or Sky+ box must be faulty after viewing standard definition Sky on this TV)
#22
great set - better than lcd - reviews say it all

hot :thumbsup:
#23
No better TV for the money! :thumbsup:
#24
Nothing beats a good plasma for picture quality, and Panasonic really know their stuff. 1080 isn't useless at this size if you sit 5/6 feet away, but even without that it's still a better set than any LCD at the same size.
#25
I did a great deal of side by side testing before I bought my set.
I bought this one.
It's the benchmark all others are tested against.
It is simply excellent.
#26
You can get this for £539 from dixons (just use the 5% discount code & free delivery code), Just thought some people would be happier to pay less now (as quidco is not always reliable & takes months to get any money)
banned#27
Just remember Littlewoods Direct has a history of refusing these codes at a later stage meaning either returning the item or paying more.

IF the code does have issue then the same TV is just £524 at ELectro Saver
banned#28
arfster
Nothing beats a good plasma for picture quality, .


Not technically true - there are some LCDs that blow Plasmas out the water and vice versa - this IS a very good TV though. Perosnally i wouldnt go for plasma under 40 inch.
#29
Mr Product
Not really a bragain....

its NOT full HD and why oh why would you want a 37 tv to be a plasma??


Another one falls for marketing hype. Picture quality is more important than specifications.
#30
Oh For F's sake!!!! Come on people, this TV maybe a great TV, but all those reviews are pitting this TV up against other 37" tvs in the market. Is 37" a standard size?? No. So are they comparing this to other 37" screens in the market? yes. And how many are there????? 37" is not a common size. Come on, go for a 40" standard size Viera, or even better go for a quality Sony 40" for a few quid more (everyone knows Panasonic is the poor mans Sony) with full HD. Why would you splash your hard earned cash on a TV that is a non-standard size, no HD (the future of TV), and you could pick up a similar, slightly bigger TV for not much more money?
#31
Not 1080p...

If you have brains, do not spend 500 quid on this.
#32
Oh, where to begin... :whistling:
Is 37" a standard size?? No.


errrr..... yes it is actually. :roll: the common ratio is 32" > 37" > 42". The exceptions are Sony and Samsung, who tend to also build 40" sets (of which I own).

And how many are there????? 37" is not a common size.


Lots, actually - see above comment.

(everyone knows Panasonic is the poor mans Sony)

And Sony is the poor mans Pioneer? :-D What matters is the panel, and the processing engine combined. Being "brand specific" only boxes you into a corner. The Bravia panel is a quality panel, but then so is the viera.

Why would you splash your hard earned cash on a TV that is a non-standard size, no HD (the future of TV), and you could pick up a similar, slightly bigger TV for not much more money?

Because there is no such thing as standard size, you realise the lack of importance of 1080p within the next 10yrs and you realise that the bigger budget better TV argument can go into infinity!
#33
Quattro Man;3665652
everyone knows Panasonic is the poor mans Sony


Dear me, just like Audi is a poor mans BMW.
#34
Jeez this LCD/Plasma/1080i/p **** is so so tedious. It happens every time. What matters here on HUKD is price. If it's cheap when compared model for model then that's all we need. We can then make our own decisions about Plasma LCD etc etc. There are enough resources out there for anyone to research the facts for themselves. Can't we just drop the bickering? After all most of it is about personal opinion and preference, not fact.
#35
Got this Tv and any thico that says oh its not full HD needs taking outside and shooting. Best TV u can buy for under 600, fact
#36
Let just have a look at Sony's record for their foray into the LCD market, first off they join up with Samsung and create some good looking pictures for an LCD but with a fairly poor reliability rate (I work on customer services, still not in the same league as how bad LG is!)
Now sony are apparently going to join Sharp who have had the odd success but hardly consitent, Panasonic on the other hand have consistently been fantastic since they entered the flat panel market.

As said above 37" is very common I think we had about 16 on display, not common maybe for LCD which are usually 40"

Long have the days gone of quality sony stuff, and look at other casualities like philips just terrible terrible sets (odd 32" exception not made by them but branded)

Pioneer are the daddy like a whole other level, then panasonic then its just a melange of who can do what. The saving grace for the Sony's is the Bravia engine but they are let down by the panels.

This is an awesome price for a very very capable tv, I could only fit in a 32" so got the panasonic 32 LZD85 and what a set and officially named most reliable brown goods manufacturer (miele best white goods)


PS Audi poor mans beemer???? other way round nowadays!
1 Like #37
I chose a Panny against a sony after a lifetime of Sony's (ie 30years). The Sony's were great (except the on/off button failed on every single one! - I got into saving the planet years ago and used to turn it off at night but on/off switches cost more than 1w of electricity).

Anyway, the real problem with this set is not the picture quality - it's the programmes. They're no better than those on the Sony.
yawn:thinking:
#38
Been looking at this TV for awhile but redudancy has put it on hold for the short term.

Interestingly enough I popped into John Lewis today to see if I could get a look at it and they told me they have stopped selling the 37" version (I was also thinking of getting the price match + the 5 Year Guarantee).

Anyone know any other companies that might offer the price match and guarantee?

Ta

WJUK

ps - Be careful with Littlewoods Direct and the vouchers - big thread on MSE about it.
#39
thought all panosonic retails give u a 5 year now as standard? Wacko, u wont be sorry if u bought this. Its an unreal TV, SD picture is literally perfect and blu ray looks awesome
#40
JoeUK
Not 1080p...

If you have brains, do not spend 500 quid on this.


Agree with you Joe.

I would not buy a 37" TV which isn't 1080p.

One other thing to be aware of with this TV (and other HD ready plasmas) is that the resolution is only 1024 x 768, which is lower than that found on HD ready LCDs (1366 x 768). 720p is 1280 x 720, meaning that when displayed on this Panny, the picture is downscaled horizonally.

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