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Panasonic TH42PX8B - Plasma 42" 16:9 Viera Hd Ready for £570 del £540.00

£540.00 @ K and Co
using the %10 code attached you can get this tv down to £540 with collection or £570 delivered... New 42" HD Ready Panasonic Plasma, where every image is expressive from bright scenes, such as scorc… Read More
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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
using the %10 code attached you can get this tv down to £540 with collection or £570 delivered...
New 42" HD Ready Panasonic Plasma, where every image is expressive from bright scenes, such as scorching desert landscapes, to dark cave scenes. Contrast is enhanced by the new Real Black Drive system, all for a great price!

42" WidescreenPlasmaTV
HD Ready
1024x768 resolution
Integrated Digital FreeviewTuner
100hzdouble scan
SD Memory Card Slot
2 HDMIconnections
Composite VideoInput
S-VideoInput
Component VideoInput
2 RGBSCARTsockets
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#1
Great price.. heat and rep added
#2
voucher doesnt seem to work?
#3
It's not 1080p :whistling:

Only joking :p Would this tv be included in the FREE Panasonic 5 year warranty deal which is from the manufacturers?

3 year warranty £29.99 if you become a member of Empire Direct.
#4
erm not really sure:?
#5
spaceman763
voucher doesnt seem to work?


make sure you enter the username correctly (edsave)
#6
I have just ordered a Panasonic 37 " . After reading reviews there is a big diference in the quality of the X8 and X80 models and hence their price!
#7
http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/product_images/zoom/PAN-PLA-TH42PX8B-B.jpg
#8
voucher extended to midnight tonight. Be quick!!
#9
Starrysky
voucher extended to midnight tonight. Be quick!!


huh i thought the voucher expires 6th june ???
#10
lance w
Would this tv be included in the FREE Panasonic 5 year warranty deal which is from the manufacturers?


No, that's for instore purchases only from the retailers listed on Panasonic's website.
#11
king mo
huh i thought the voucher expires 6th june ???


I dunno I read somewhere that the code expired yesterday but was extended untill tonight :oops:
#12
Blah, no input for PC
#13
sicknote
Blah, no input for PC



Could go DVI (if you have it) to HDMI cable....just a thought.
#14
Re whether this has 5 year warranty.

They don't have this as a qualifying model for 5 year warranty. And I don't believe it's 1080p .
#15
thats a very low res for such a big screen
#16
I would strongly advise on getting the PX80 instead of this, the 5,000 differnce in contrast ratio makes a differnce.
#17
Brad
I have just ordered a Panasonic 37 " . After reading reviews there is a big diference in the quality of the X8 and X80 models and hence their price!


Thanks for saying that as I paid a lot more for my TH42PX80B :)
I can see that there are fewer connections, and I think the contrast ratio is lower.
Regardless, it is still an awesome TV.
#18
you can get the 80x version. for £642 at Anazon less elsewhere?

PANASONIC TH42PX8B PLASMA
42" HD Ready digital 100Hz Plasma TV, Picture Enhancement - V-Real II Processor, Contrast -[]10,000 : 1 [Contrast, Sound type - NICAM stereo sound, Inputs - 2xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x Component, Visible Screen Size - 41.5", Viera Link - For easy component operation
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PANASONIC TH42PX80B PLASMA
42" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV, Picture Enhancement - V-Real II Processor, Contrast - 15,000 : 1 Contrast, Sound type - NICAM Stereo sound, Inputs - 3xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x Component,1xPC, Visible Screen Size - 41.5", SD Reader - For all your digital images
#19
Viewed this tv in John Lewis today. fantastic picture for a non 1080 model.
At this price very hot deal.
#20
great for the kids bedroom
#21
Not 1080 resolution no 1:1 mapping with 768 width.
#22
Richer Sounds & Dixons are doing the (much better) TH42PX80B @ around £650. John Lewis should price match that.

Check review on it http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Panasonic-TH42PX80/
#23
lance w
It's not 1080p :whistling:

Only joking :p Would this tv be included in the FREE Panasonic 5 year warranty deal which is from the manufacturers?

3 year warranty £29.99 if you become a member of Empire Direct.


careful with that, i heard you have to pay £30 a year for the privilige
#24
chris57
Not 1080 resolution no 1:1 mapping with 768 width.


true and true


but for the majority of HD viewing, this is still one of the best HDTVs available, check out the reviews, they'll explain why
#25
I have one, awesome TV, although i'm pretty sure that's not the right picture for it, and the stand is sold seperately...
#26
Both PX8B and PX80 are great tVs for the Money (Ok not 1080p but not going down that line) I compared them Both in John Lewis a month ago. at that Time John Lewis was selling the PX8b for £649 and I think the around £800 for the PX80 model. I viewed both TVs thru different Sources. The Built in Freeview DVB is very good and displays a great SD picture. Far Better than most LCDs around this size. Sky HD looked Great. PS3 Looked great. Fifa and Cod4 looked awesome and there was no blurring and the response time was perfect. Blu-ray was just perfect the Pictures Colour and blacks just seemed very good. no motion blurring during fast scenes. To be honest I really could not see any difference in the Picture Quality between the two models. Granted The PX80 model boosts a 15000:1 contrast Ratio which on paper seens better than 10000:1 on the PX8B model. To tell you the Truth the only difference was the PX80 has slightly better Connectivity. 3 HDMI sockets. PC Socket (Although I dont know why?? PC's dont look good on Plasma plus the use of Static images can increase the risk of Screenburn) SD Card Reader. As I said I found it difficult to tell the Difference between the sets. £570 Great Price, But the sligher Higher Spec model can be bought for around £650 also. I can reccomend both. Voted Hot deal £570 for a Brand name plasma, you cant go wrong with that,:thumbsup: Also remember if possible buy in store to get a 5 Guarentee
#27
foulone
thats a very low res for such a big screen

Plasma screens work in different ways to LCDs, the resolution is absolutely fine for the size, when you see how good it looks in person, you won't realise the 'lack' of pixels.
#28
I have this and its excellent and I paid lot more
#29
Jinkz
I have one, awesome TV, although i'm pretty sure that's not the right picture for it, and the stand is sold seperately...


The 70 range had the stand sold seperately, the 80B and 8B come with stand.
#30
whats better LCD or plasma.needing a HD flattie soon in my room :)
#31
Brad
you can get the 80x version. for £642 at Anazon less elsewhere?


PANASONIC TH42PX80B PLASMA
42" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV, Picture Enhancement - V-Real II Processor, Contrast - 15,000 : 1 Contrast, Sound type - NICAM Stereo sound, Inputs - 3xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x Component,1xPC, Visible Screen Size - 41.5", SD Reader - For all your digital images




amazon have a misprice on the warranty @ £125 for 5 years not bad at all ( says lcd warranty instead of plasma), take a screenshot of page and i presume they would honour their blunder?
#32
jack_mj
whats better LCD or plasma.needing a HD flattie soon in my room :)

Is it for gaming, pc, tv, movies?

If its mainly gaming or PC/monitor, go for LCD, everything else is better on plasma
#33
hmm seen this in john lewis for 640ish hmmm any wherew cheaper i could price match...would be for ps3 when i get 1 yeah also SD stuff too hmmmm

how much would a wall brack for this be roughly? 130 in john lewis thought that was quite alot just for abit of metal ???

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