Panasonic TH42PX80 42" Plasma HDTV - £559 Delivered @ Martin Dawes - HotUKDeals
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This TV has been covered on here plenty before. It is generally accepted as one of the best TVs of the 720p spec, better than many 1080p ones too (as good as my Sony 40V4000 is, it does not have the Panasonic/plasma finesse and refinement). Please don't say it's not Full HD, we all know by not but with a fantastic set like this you will not care. Awesome HD, class leading SD, rich colours, attention grabbing image. One of the best plasmas made today - don't read the specs and decide, try using your eyes. Read reviews, check the buzz, and make a good investment.

There has been many deals for this recently so this is just another at a great price with the all important FREE delivery. Some places may do it at less but then charge up to £60 for delivery!

P.s. - leave one for me!

Specs -


Panasonic TH42PX80 with FREE DELIVERY!

FREE DELIVERY ON THIS VIERA PLASMA TV! This TH42PX80 model is the latest Plasma screen from Panasonic's critically acclaimed 'Viera' range. Picture quality is incredible, with a 15,000:1 contrast ratio, 100Hz picture processing and a super fast 0.001 pixel response time, colours are rich and images remain focussed even with fast moving action. Other useful features include an SD card slot so you can view JPEG camera pictures, built in freeview reception ready for the digital switchover, and a pc input for multimedia applications.

Model
TH42PX80B
Brand
Panasonic
screen size
42"
integrated digital tuner
Yes
twin digital tuners
No
hd ready
Yes
format
16:9
scart sockets
2
rgb connections
2
hdmi connections
3
headphone socket
Yes
pc input
Yes (15 pin D-sub)
component video
Yes
composite video
Yes
s video
Yes
digital audio output
No
analogue audio output
Yes
front av inputs
Yes
total rms output
10W x 2
resolution
1024 x 768 (don't start me off - just read that as 720p ok? and no it ain't 1080p but dammit, it's not the point here - THIS IS AN AWESOME SET, WHATEVER THE RES!!)
progressive scan
Yes
contrast ratio
15000:1
brightness
Not quoted
surround sound
V-Audio virtual surround sound.
epg
Yes
wall mountable
Yes
stand included
Pedestal
warranty
1 Year
accessories provided
Manual, Remote, Batteries, Power cable, screen cleaning cloth.
dimensions whd
1020 x 727 x 327 (mm, on pedestal stand)
other
0.7W standby power consumption. 28kg weight with pedestal. Child lock. Off timer. CI slot. 24fps compatible for blu-ray. 1000 page fastext with split screen picture and text function.
Weight
0
colour
Black
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#1
This TV was £499 in Currys if you can still find them in stock.
#2
£499 is the going price without the 5 year warrenty.

Dixons: http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/073053/?int=sale-carousel
#3
Brad
This TV was £499 in Currys if you can still find them in stock.


no 5 yr warranty though
#4
hispek do it for £599 with the warranty
#5
Richersounds do it for a shade under £550 with a 5 year warranty (Pick up only)

http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PANA-TH42PX80B
#6
The one posted does not have a 5 yr waranty!! From link "Warranties
3 yr Plasma Television £179.00 more info 5 yr Plasma Television £249.00"
Do Plasma TV's often go wrong? I doubt a Panasonic will. I would take the risk and did with the 37" for just over £500 earlier this year. Btw great TV,
#7
Yeah I know it can be had cheaper/warranties but it's just another place for when the others run dry.
#8
Brad
The one posted does not have a 5 yr waranty!! From link "Warranties
3 yr Plasma Television £179.00 more info 5 yr Plasma Television £249.00"
Do Plasma TV's often go wrong? I doubt a Panasonic will. I would take the risk and did with the 37" for just over £500 earlier this year. Btw great TV,


the 37 is my choice too however its still more expensive than the 42. Problem is, the 42 will look really bad in my room.
#9
gunark
Yeah I know it can be had cheaper/warranties but it's just another place for when the others run dry.


When they run dry you wait and get the newer models cheaper, don't pay more than you need to for a tv else you'll be gutted when you see the next deal. I waited and got mine during the 10% off sale at Dixons on Xmas day for £450.
#10
SugarRay
When they run dry you wait and get the newer models cheaper, don't pay more than you need to for a tv else you'll be gutted when you see the next deal. I waited and got mine during the 10% off sale at Dixons on Xmas day for £450.


if only the 37px80 went down to £400 or so...

£450 for the 42 was a cracking deal.
#11
SugarRay
When they run dry you wait and get the newer models cheaper, don't pay more than you need to for a tv else you'll be gutted when you see the next deal. I waited and got mine during the 10% off sale at Dixons on Xmas day for £450.


when the newer model of this TV (PX90??)comes out it will be back up in the £700's
#12
dixons with NEWYEAR50 seems a good deal. Obviously get something else up it over 500.
#13
so does anyone know if this tv is being made obsolete hence all the cheap prices? as all the reviews state how amazing it is compared to far more expensive ones it seems odd to sell them cheaper and get rid of them?
#14
Dixons had a 10% voucher out there as well for anything over 100. Making it 449 if you wannit without warranty. I would rather have warranty, but got mine at 437 so cant justify an extra 130. Panny build them to last - hence 5yr out of box warranty INTERNATIONALLY.
#15
The panasonic 5yr warranty promotion was only until 31st december, and only instore, and only at selected stores as per their microsite : http://www.replyonline.co.uk/Panasonic/everymomentmatters/microsite.html.

I suspect its also a UK only warranty - anyone know?

Too late now, and thats why the prices go up. But anyone know about the best alternative besides JohnLewis?

I doubt this model will fail tho.

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