Panasonic TH37PX80B 37'' HD Ready Plasma TV with 5yr Guarantee £489 @ RicherSounds - HotUKDeals
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Take advantage of the RicherSounds price match promise. This TV is available from hispek.com for £499.99 with a free 5 yr guarantee...

http://www.hispek.com/P/Panasonic-TH37PX80B-37-HD-Ready-Plasma-TV-in-Black-with-FREE-5-(TH37PX80B).aspx

This means RicherSounds will beat their price by £10 giving you a great screen for £489!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! including a 5 yr guarantee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Although unusual at this screen size, the plasma Panasonic TH37PX80 has much to offer.

Featuring a brand new plasma panel, the TH37PX80 offers a stunning contrast ratio of 15, 000:1 - that's an amazing 50% improvement on the previous model. Furthermore, the TH37PX80B is now a 100Hz plasma TV. 100Hz technology leads to a more stable picture with less flicker and reduced motion blur. Finally, Panasonic have also upgraded the processor. The new V-real II processor offers even greater picture enhancement. The results? Well, it's fair to say that never before has a 37" plasma TV of this price ever offered such realism and such a captivating picture.

It's not just the picture that Panasonic have been busy improving. The connectivity has seen an upgrade, too. In this age of HD, it's good to see that the latest Panasonic plasma TV now has 3 HDMI sockets - ideal for an HD TV receiver, Blu-ray player and upscaling DVD. In addition to this, twin SCART sockets, VGA (for a PC) and component inputs are on hand for analogue sources. A slightly more unusual fitment, but still welcome nonetheless is a SD card reader. This easily accessible slot is perfect for showing pictures taken on your digital camera.

As you'd expect from the latest generation plasma TV, the Panasonic TH37PX80B is a Freeview equipped plasma, meaning that you can watch all the additional channels at no extra charge. If you want to take digital TV a stage further, then a CI slot lets you use pay-TV cards such as Setanta.

For a compact TV with all the advantages of plasma technology, the TH37PX80 is in a class of its own.
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#1
how does this work? richersounds is cheaper already? (by 4p)

EDIT: ok i got you. with the 5yr warranty hispek is £499 against richer sounds £549. richer sounds will only drop to £499 though and give you a tenner, so £489

NOT ONLY WILL WE MATCH ANY GENUINE ADVERTISED PRICE BUT WE'LL ALSO GIVE YOU: Products from £101 to £1000: £10
#2
They will beat a price by £10 if its value is from £101 to £1000.
A £50 price beat would require an item over £4001 in value. It is all written in your own link :?
#3
Ok, ok a genuine mistake!!!

But how can you vote this TV with a 5 year guarantee for £489 as being cold!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#4
How long before some plonker says ok but not a full HD set
#5
The RicherSounds offer ended at the close of business today, which company will be still trading in 5 years though?
#6
been to hispek today, they are offering 5 years warranty from panasonic, whereas richersounds offer their own warranty. more tempted to buy it from hispek, worth a tenner more. :santa:

as for the SD on tv, its the best i've seen on any 37 inch, lcd or plasma. asked the salesman in store to demo the tv playing blue ray. honestly, i was blown away watching 'i am legend'. out of this world...

defo going back soon as 5 years pana warranty expires end of this month. :cry:
#7
for SD broadcasts (of which there are over ten times as many as HD broadcasts) this should spank HDTV image quality. it just depends how much you want to go with what some may call "old" technology... its definitely alot of tv for the money :santa:
#8
Hispek is in St Albans isn't it - not practical for everyone though.
#9
Yes it seems you need to go to the St Albans or Brentwood store to claim the Panasonic 5 year :|
#10
"This isnt FULL HD tho."

Tag.
#11
Klyken
The RicherSounds offer ended at the close of business today, which company will be still trading in 5 years though?


Not sure what you mean. Richer Sounds price promise is ongoing so it doesn't matter what their price is as long as they still sell it.
#12
skeeter909
"This isnt FULL HD tho."

Tag.


Been told that sky hd, or virgin hd signal is not full hd, only time you can get a full hd signal is when you watch a blue ray movie. don't see any point spending extra money on a full hd tv just for blue rays.

having said that, there isn't much difference in a full hd picture and a hd ready picture, i've seen them running next to each other , couldn't spot any difference. don't fink its worth it. :thinking:
1 Like #13
joewatford
Been told that sky hd, or virgin hd signal is not full hd, only time you can get a full hd signal is when you watch a blue ray movie. don't see any point spending extra money on a full hd tv just for blue rays.

having said that, there isn't much difference in a full hd picture and a hd ready picture, i've seen them running next to each other , couldn't spot any difference. don't fink its worth it. :thinking:


Common HD Sources:

Sky HD - 1080i
Virgin V+ - 1080i
Playstation 3 - Mainly 720P
Xbox 360 - Mainly 720P
Bluray - 1080P
HD-DVD - 1080P
Media Center PC - Depends on content downloaded

Basically nearly all HD other than Bluray and HD-DVD isn't FULL HD. You can set the output of your 360, PS3, V+ and I believe Sky HD to 1080P, but it will just scale the picture the same as the 1080P TV does with any lower resolution sources. This is not the same as a true 1080P source like the HD Disks. It is also worth noting that most people would struggle to tell which was 1080P and which was 720P on two sets sat next to each other. They both will look very sharp and high resolution.

What most people spend the vast majority of their time watching on their HD tv is SD content, the few channels of HD aren't going to change that any time soon. As such, the ability of the TV to upscale the feed it is receiving is probably more important than getting a higher resolution. Luckily for those buying one of these Panasonic sets, they are very good at making SD pictures look very nice indeed.
#14
Hi guys

Tried to get this from Richer Sounds as I want the 5 year warranty but the bloke (Junior sales person) was saying that the panasonic one doesnt include at home or something so he couldnt match the warranty thing.

He mentioned it didn't include delivery but I blew him out the water when I said it was only instore

He then couldnt get through to Roy Jowett or Hispec to check stock as well but to be fair to him it was gone 6 by then.

Any hints tips to get around this or was he just being an ar*e?

Richer Sounds are shut tomorrow and St Albans is quite a drive..... any pointers for Boxing Day at RS?

Ta

WJUK
#15
This looks like it's still available at Hispek, is the 5 year guarantee available on delivered goods?
#16
Out of Stock at Hi-Spek now. They only have the 42" version of this at £599 inc the 5 year warrranty.
#17
Wife wont let me have the 42"....thought it was all about size with women

Anyway....anybody know where this can still be got at sub £500
#18
If you are in Devon, I got the [email protected]' store in Plymouth to price match their other branches in Newton Abbot, Dorchester and Exeter - £499

There was still stock in Newton Abbot and Plymouth yesterday

Try this link to find a store near you that also participates in the free 5 year guarantee...

http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/720092/index.html#anker_720094

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