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One of the best 32" LCD Tvs out there are the moment with 100Hz.

Panasonic?s been paying attention to detail and style, launching the TX-32LXD85, a TV with a modern design that will look great in any room of your home! Panasonic hasn?t overlooked technology improvements either; the TX-32LXD85 comes with features such as Panasonic V Real Pro 3 to display your favourite TV programmes and films with impeccable quality; a contrast rate of 10,000:1 to ensure graphics are pin-sharp; and three HDMI sockets so you can hook up other devices easily! You?ll get breathtaking results no matter where you put this beauty!

24P PLAYBACK - 24P REAL CINEMA

When reproducing a 24p movie source, the 24p Real Cinema function generates smooth motion transition based on the original 24 frames. Models that do not include 24p Real Cinema are equipped with 24p Playback. The 24p Playback function provides cinema-like images by using a pull-down up to 96Hz.

* 100Hz Motion Picture Pro
* 178° Wide Viewing Angle with IPS Alpha Panel
* 10,000:1 High Contrast with Intelligent Scene Controller
* Smart Networking with VIERA Link and SD Card Slot (JPEG)
* V-Audio

2nd January @ 7.30am. Price Now Down to £457.64 at Amazon Inc Delivery
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banned#1
good post HOT thanks:):)
#2
Looks like a good price
HOT
#3
http://www.flattelly.co.uk/shop/images/TX-32LXD85.jpg
#6
Do they have this with intergrated freeview and dvd combi between sizes 32 to 37" or maybe another similar spec in an other good branded make!!

Was think about gettin this but after seeing this op im not so sure, what do u think?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134825
#7
adeo
Do they have this with intergrated freeview and dvd combi between sizes 32 to 37" or maybe another similar spec in an other good branded make!!

Was think about gettin this but after seeing this op im not so sure, what do u think?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134825


Comparing a sense and Panasonic TVs is like comparing BMW and Ford.
You may get all the toys included with your Ford (Sat Nav, Air Con etc) and pay extra for these on the BMW but R&D on the BMW is far better than Ford that is why their diesels get better MPG and performance with lower CO2 emissions.

You get what you pay for in built quality and technical advancement.
#8
adeo;3408057
Do they have this with intergrated freeview and dvd combi between sizes 32 to 37" or maybe another similar spec in an other good branded make!!

Was think about gettin this but after seeing this op im not so sure, what do u think?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134825

No comparison what so ever!

Panasonic are currently top of the league when it comes to a quality/value for money ratio. Sense are near the bottom. To compare any Panasonic to a Sense TV doesn't make sense. It's a chalk & cheese situation.

If you can afford a Panny, you certainly won't regret spending the difference over anything cheaper.
#9
#10
adeo;3408057
Do they have this with intergrated freeview and dvd combi between sizes 32 to 37" or maybe another similar spec in an other good branded make!!

Was think about gettin this but after seeing this op im not so sure, what do u think?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134825


There have also been better examples of 32" screens here for £300, like Samsung, better than the Sense.

DVD combis always seem to break. better to get a standalone player.
#11
John Lewis have it at £474 with their standard 5 year warranty:

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#12
£474.62 at Argos

http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500001151&productId=1500247755&langId=-1&engine=froogle&keyword=Panasonic+TX32LXD85+32in+HD+Ready+Digital+LCD+TV

think their price has just come down,

Now that I think about it, wonder if we'll see a price war on this Panny now that all of the Sony KDL32V4000's seem to have sold out.
#14
#15
If you're a new customer at Bennetts online you can get 10% off your first purchase which brings the price down to £403.
#16
£429.97 at www.directtvs.co.uk (In Store Price Only)

Would have been even better value for money if the Free 5 Year Panasonic Warranty promotion was still on (Expired 31st Dec)
banned#17
retropolis
No comparison what so ever!

Panasonic are currently top of the league when it comes to a quality/value for money ratio. Sense are near the bottom. To compare any Panasonic to a Sense TV doesn't make sense. It's a chalk & cheese situation.

If you can afford a Panny, you certainly won't regret spending the difference over anything cheaper.



agreed i had a video recorder.....one of the first high quality HQ front loaders, mono and it cost me £480, about twice the cost of a cheapo one - but it lasted almost 15 years with daily usage (up to 2 hours) and without a problem (though the last 6 months it sometimes rewound the tape when you hit the rewind button

2nd vid recorder - still have it and its about 6 years old now....no mechanical failure probs....

had a panny tv that lasted 10 years, sold on ebay still in mint cond and mint picture...never had a prob.

however had a panny dv camera (their first one years ago) and that was a nightmare after 2 years and packed up after 3...not good for something that cost £1200 (tho i got a deal for £700)...i should have complained, never mind

was going to get a 42in panny or pioneer plasma for the bedroom but need the storage space so prefer something smaller in the bedroom now, this tv seem to fit the bill
#18
COLD!

A few other retailers selling this cheaper.
#19
jukkie;3921745
COLD!
A few other retailers selling this cheaper.
Actually the present price is £457.64, so not too bad. Present lowest could be £448.93 incl del at Bennetts.
#20
Nice Looking TV, Added New Price into Post!
#21
what would the difference be between this and the 42" that curry's were doing for 499.
#22
seems waaay too pricy for a 32", regardless of how good it is (100hz, 24p etc)
do you even need 1080p for a screen that size?
why not go for a 32" Sony/samsung/LG for £300-£350?
pointless to pay nearly £500 for a 32"!


COLD
#23
zeshan95
seems waaay too pricy for a 32", regardless of how good it is (100hz, 24p etc)
do you even need 1080p for a screen that size?
why not go for a 32" Sony/samsung/LG for £300-£350?
pointless to pay nearly £500 for a 32"!


COLD

This is a fair comment! Added Heat though as for those looking for this TV, its a good Price from a good Retailer!
#24
zeshan95
seems waaay too pricy for a 32", regardless of how good it is (100hz, 24p etc)
do you even need 1080p for a screen that size?
why not go for a 32" Sony/samsung/LG for £300-£350?
pointless to pay nearly £500 for a 32"!


COLD


While you're right that at that screen size you don't need 1080p (unless you're sitting 1ft away from the screen!) as far as I can tell the LXD85 isn't 1080p, Empire Direct have it down for a resolution of 1366 x 768. The LZD85 is the 1080p one (and a couple of hundred quid more expensive).

My parent just bought this TV from Empire Direct for £450 and got a 5 year warranty on it (guess they just squeaked in with the Panasonic 5 year one mentioned earlier). If it's in stock at Empire Direct you can always price match it with John Lewis and pay the Empire Direct Price but get the John Lewis 5 year warranty.
#25
zeshan95
seems waaay too pricy for a 32", regardless of how good it is (100hz, 24p etc)
do you even need 1080p for a screen that size?
why not go for a 32" Sony/samsung/LG for £300-£350?
pointless to pay nearly £500 for a 32"!


COLD


Surely the purpose of this site is to find good deals on specific products. Shouldn't vote cold just because there are budget products available cheaper. This is a great TV and worth paying a bit more for, particularly for 100Hz feature which dramatically improves motion blur in standard definition (which most of us will be watching it in!).

I've not voted hot because of price, go for £474 at JL
#26
http://www.johnlewis.com/230478372/Product.aspx

Cheaper at John lewis AND with the free 5 year warranty
#27
Very good TV!! heat added
#29
HD Ready?
#30
How good is this tv for gaming (with xbox 360)?
#31
MUNCHKIN89
Surely the purpose of this site is to find good deals on specific products. Shouldn't vote cold just because there are budget products available cheaper. This is a great TV and worth paying a bit more for, particularly for 100Hz feature which dramatically improves motion blur in standard definition (which most of us will be watching it in!).

I've not voted hot because of price, go for £474 at JL


Hmm, does the motion blur reducing 100hz REALLY worth the extra £170 or so pound.
Side by side with a 32" Sony for £300ish pound, i dont think there is enough of a difference to warrant the extra spending on this TV, Im sure people woul rather spend around £500 on a 40" full HD sony:

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/808403

no regrets voting cold
#32
zeshan95
Hmm, does the motion blur reducing 100hz REALLY worth the extra £170 or so pound.
Side by side with a 32" Sony for £300ish pound, i dont think there is enough of a difference to warrant the extra spending on this TV, Im sure people woul rather spend around £500 on a 40" full HD sony:

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/808403

no regrets voting cold


I dont see people jumping from a 32" to a 40" just like that!!! peeps buy sizes according to the room size what good is a 40" if you are only room size catered for a 32" the picture will be NAFF... No good buying a 40" regardless if its FULL HD as 99% of the time SD will be watched and you won't get a better buy for SD watching then a Panny.

I have a Sony KDL which is MINT watching SD and i could just stretch to a 32" room wise.. Just because a 40" is cheaper don't mean its right for the individual.

Most common mistake when buying a LCD is to just buy the biggest thing peeps can afford and sit 2 feet in front of it and complain the picture is RANK!!
#33
Not the best price I have seen for this tv...

http://www.teleworldplc.com/model.asp?Detail=Yes&ModelID=472

£437.49
#34
benjamine1979
Not the best price I have seen for this tv...

http://www.teleworldplc.com/model.asp?Detail=Yes&ModelID=472

£437.49



Good call m8, never heard of then though... rather buy from a well known retailer in case things go wrong:thumbsup:
#35
I'm sorry to butt in on this thread but can you experts please help me . I have been looking to buy the Soni KDL40W4000. But I am told that I am paying for the Name . Is this true . can I have some advice?? The best price I have seen is 650 on line but only 1 year warrantee
#36
roman1189;3926658
I'm sorry to butt in on this thread but can you experts please help me . I have been looking to buy the Soni KDL40W4000. But I am told that I am paying for the Name . Is this true . can I have some advice?? The best price I have seen is 650 on line but only 1 year warrantee


Have you looked around here for deals on Sony TVs (possibly with extended warranty)? There were a few recently.
#37
roman1189
I'm sorry to butt in on this thread but can you experts please help me . I have been looking to buy the Soni KDL40W4000. But I am told that I am paying for the Name . Is this true . can I have some advice?? The best price I have seen is 650 on line but only 1 year warrantee



Top Tv my friend for the money and NO you are not paying for just the name, UNLESS its gonna be just HD source you are viewing then you can do cheaper but as a all round piece + for SD viewing its a hard act to follow for £650 for a 40" quality set.

Sound from these is superb also. Have a look a AV forums m8 google it and you will get ALL the info you need.
#38
Amazon have reduced to £457.64 now:thumbsup:
#39
Have ordered one of these.......and after hrs on end reading reviews and posting on the av forums,it was down to this or the tx37lxd85.
Both sets suit my needs and after seeing the price on john lewis with the 5 years cover i have decided on this set.
This tv will be great for anyone viewing SD via virgin/sky/freeview etc and with the 100Hz and the 720 res this will make the picture on SD look alot better than other lcd's.
Reason being SD is 576 or 567 (can't remember which ) and with this set being 720,it as less upscaling to do ....hence the better picture compared to the 1080 lcd's.

Voted hot ;-)
#40
hkphooey
I dont see people jumping from a 32" to a 40" just like that!!! peeps buy sizes according to the room size what good is a 40" if you are only room size catered for a 32" the picture will be NAFF... No good buying a 40" regardless if its FULL HD as 99% of the time SD will be watched and you won't get a better buy for SD watching then a Panny.

I have a Sony KDL which is MINT watching SD and i could just stretch to a 32" room wise.. Just because a 40" is cheaper don't mean its right for the individual.

Most common mistake when buying a LCD is to just buy the biggest thing peeps can afford and sit 2 feet in front of it and complain the picture is RANK!!


This is your excuse to have a rant, you clearly ignore that i wrote a 32" sony alternative, and you make it out as if i have suggested to get a 40" instead as the only option

so calm down and read what people write before replying

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