Panasonic TX-L32B6B 32 Inch HD Ready 720p LED TV With Freeview HD £149 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TX-L32B6B 32 Inch HD Ready 720p LED TV With Freeview HD £149.00 @ Tesco

£149.00 @ Tesco Direct
Panasonic TX-L32B6B 32 Inch HD Ready 720p LED TV With Freeview HD. Only 720 but probably doesn't matter for a 32" and it's a Panny. Just ordered online but obviously have yet hear if it's been dispat…
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Panasonic TX-L32B6B 32 Inch HD Ready 720p LED TV With Freeview HD.
Only 720 but probably doesn't matter for a 32" and it's a Panny. Just ordered online but obviously have yet hear if it's been dispatched (edit - dispatched following day), hopefully not a goose chase! First post so please forgive anything I've forgotten.
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#1
Would suggest where you can get this from in title
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#3
5 year warranty as well. Seems a very good price/deal.
#4
nice deal for the price
#5
All gone online :(
#6
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op
#7
Heat, pity about the 720P tho..
#8
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op


Same price.
#9
well, its missing a trick with the £10 off code for new customers ofc.. but it is a lesser tv imo.
1 Like #10
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.
thanks op

because its panasonic. much better quality than blaupunkt
1 Like #11
Bully
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op

Same price.

The panasonic is far superior, and at 32in screen size being 720p matters little.
#12
id love you to engage me in how it will be far superior? so technically its a lesser tv, but will it be made better? does the badge on the front make it better? will the interface be better? its not possible that theyre both just re branded vestels anyway made in the same factory? lol
#13
720p is HD.
#14
I bought one of these sets from Sainsbury's last year. The sound quality of the onboard speakers is abysmal (it sounds like a tinny portable radio). I didn't want to spend extra on external speakers, so I returned it and got a refund.
#15
FTOdude170
id love you to engage me in how it will be far superior? so technically its a lesser tv, but will it be made better? does the badge on the front make it better? will the interface be better? its not possible that theyre both just re branded vestels anyway made in the same factory? lol
If it is 100Hz, it is likely to be a better TV.
#16
Looks like a cracking deal for anyone lucky enough to pick one up whilst there was stock.
#17
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.


thanks op

But it is HD
#18
SteveM79
Bully
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op

Same price.

The panasonic is far superior, and at 32in screen size being 720p matters little.

The fact you didn't even mention viewing distance clearly shows how little you know.
#19
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op

It is a 1080i HDTV, which Freeview HD goes up to anyway, so it's more than capable. I think you mean it's not a FullHD TV (so can do 1080p), but I have the E30B model in this size and 1080p is no different in quality to 1080p unless you are really close up to it or using it as a PC screen as well.
#20
Oos...
#21
Max-Power
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op

It is a 1080i HDTV, which Freeview HD goes up to anyway, so it's more than capable. I think you mean it's not a FullHD TV (so can do 1080p), but I have the E30B model in this size and 1080p is no different in quality to 1080p unless you are really close up to it or using it as a PC screen as well.

1080i? So this TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 does it? Jesus, why do so many people comment on things to give advice when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.

The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768 which is 768p. Not 1080i. It can't even display 1080i 1920 x 1080 without downscaling.
#22
Not sure about tesco 5 year warranty after hearing tesco is having problems on the news they may not be around to honour 5 year warranty just a thought
1 Like #23
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op
Blaupunkt better than a Panny?

Good god!!
#24
shawty1984

1080i? So this TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 does it?

The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768 which is 768p. Not 1080i. It can't even display 1080i 1920 x 1080 without downscaling.
What a load of twaddle. Maybe you should go off and find out what 1080i means before spouting off.

shawty1984

Jesus, why do so many people comment on things to give advice when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.

Quite.
#25
Northerner
shawty1984

1080i? So this TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 does it?

The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768 which is 768p. Not 1080i. It can't even display 1080i 1920 x 1080 without downscaling.
What a load of twaddle. Maybe you should go off and find out what 1080i means before spouting off.

shawty1984

Jesus, why do so many people comment on things to give advice when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.

Quite.

Nothing I have stated is "twaddle" 1080i is a resolution of 1920 x 1080. For a TV to display 1080i at its full benefit it would need to be 1920 x 1080. A HD Ready TV can not display 1080i, it is physically impossible, it doesn't have enough pixels.
#26
Gollywood
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.
thanks op
Blaupunkt better than a Panny?
Good god!!

The tramps were certainly going wild for them on Black Friday!
#27
Northerner
shawty1984

1080i? So this TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 does it?

The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768 which is 768p. Not 1080i. It can't even display 1080i 1920 x 1080 without downscaling.
What a load of twaddle. Maybe you should go off and find out what 1080i means before spouting off.

shawty1984

Jesus, why do so many people comment on things to give advice when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.

Quite.

Hardly "twaddle" when he's actually correct.

Connect one of these TV's up to a PC and it's native resolution will be 1360x768/1366x768 - as you will find for most cheap non FullHD tv's.
#28
Don't buy this... So old and 720p isn't worth looking at now 4k is out (8x more pixels than 720p)

Voted cold because it's such old technology
1 Like #29
lersince1991
Don't buy this... So old and 720p isn't worth looking at now 4k is out (8x more pixels than 720p)

Voted cold because it's such old technology

Not 8k or an American made panel inside. No teletext either. Would not even buy this for my ex-wife. Voted hot anyways. Always had a soft spot for "Pannys".
#30
Had to chuckle at the "hd" debate. lol
#31
'Twaddle' aside, I think you all need to read up a bit more on the difference between interlaced and progressive scan 'i' and 'p'.
#32
TALON1973
Had to chuckle at the "hd" debate. lol


ditto!
32" panny for £149 (if u can find one!). blimey, some people would still criticize if they were giving them away!
#33
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#34
shawty1984
SteveM79
Bully
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op

Same price.

The panasonic is far superior, and at 32in screen size being 720p matters little.

The fact you didn't even mention viewing distance clearly shows how little you know.

Lol, didn't know i'd to mention every factor. You never mentiined turning the lights off to reduce glare and improve appearance.
#35
shawty1984
Max-Power
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.
thanks op
It is a 1080i HDTV, which Freeview HD goes up to anyway, so it's more than capable. I think you mean it's not a FullHD TV (so can do 1080p), but I have the E30B model in this size and 1080p is no different in quality to 1080p unless you are really close up to it or using it as a PC screen as well.
1080i? So this TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 does it? Jesus, why do so many people comment on things to give advice when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.
The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768 which is 768p. Not 1080i. It can't even display 1080i 1920 x 1080 without downscaling.

I didn't say it has a resolution of 1920x1080... read my answer please without assuming. I just said it is a High-Def TV just not Full HD, take a look here as I think you need understand what I mean before you get more annoyed.
#36
sideysid
'Twaddle' aside, I think you all need to read up a bit more on the difference between interlaced and progressive scan 'i' and 'p'.

No one has mentioned the differences or even said which is better. You're starting a whole different debate for some reason.
#37
SteveM79
shawty1984
SteveM79
Bully
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.

thanks op

Same price.

The panasonic is far superior, and at 32in screen size being 720p matters little.

The fact you didn't even mention viewing distance clearly shows how little you know.

Lol, didn't know i'd to mention every factor. You never mentiined turning the lights off to reduce glare and improve appearance.

Or you could admit to just being wrong instead of playing silly games off how can I can out of this one. You said with it being 32" it matters little that it's 720p. That's utter nonsense without any given distances. It's not mentioning every factor, it's mentioning the most important factor when talking about resolution and screen size.
#38
Max-Power
shawty1984
Max-Power
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.
thanks op
It is a 1080i HDTV, which Freeview HD goes up to anyway, so it's more than capable. I think you mean it's not a FullHD TV (so can do 1080p), but I have the E30B model in this size and 1080p is no different in quality to 1080p unless you are really close up to it or using it as a PC screen as well.
1080i? So this TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 does it? Jesus, why do so many people comment on things to give advice when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.
The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768 which is 768p. Not 1080i. It can't even display 1080i 1920 x 1080 without downscaling.

I didn't say it has a resolution of 1920x1080... read my answer please without assuming. I just said it is a High-Def TV just not Full HD, take a look here as I think you need understand what I mean before you get more annoyed.

Yes you did. You said it was a 1080i TV. Firstly as far as I'm aware, those don't exist any more and secondly, a HD Ready TV can't physical display 1080i. 1080i has a resolution of 1920 x 1080. Saying this is a 1080i TV can mean nothing else other than it having a resolution of 1920 x 1080. I've read your answer, it's you who needs to alter it.
#39
shawty1984
Max-Power
shawty1984
Max-Power
FTOdude170
I love how it has free view HD when it's not a HD TV! lol. why this is hotter than the blaupunkt which is cheaper and better is beyond me? still, it is what it is.
thanks op
It is a 1080i HDTV, which Freeview HD goes up to anyway, so it's more than capable. I think you mean it's not a FullHD TV (so can do 1080p), but I have the E30B model in this size and 1080p is no different in quality to 1080p unless you are really close up to it or using it as a PC screen as well.
1080i? So this TV has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 does it? Jesus, why do so many people comment on things to give advice when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.
The resolution of this TV is 1366 x 768 which is 768p. Not 1080i. It can't even display 1080i 1920 x 1080 without downscaling.
I didn't say it has a resolution of 1920x1080... read my answer please without assuming. I just said it is a High-Def TV just not Full HD, take a look here as I think you need understand what I mean before you get more annoyed.
Yes you did. You said it was a 1080i TV. Firstly as far as I'm aware, those don't exist any more and secondly, a HD Ready TV can't physical display 1080i. 1080i has a resolution of 1920 x 1080. Saying this is a 1080i TV can mean nothing else other than it having a resolution of 1920 x 1080. I've read your answer, it's you who needs to alter it.

I think what he probably meant was that it'll accept a 1080i input but not a 1080p. Which is the case with a lot of older "HD ready" panels (I had a Samsung model that did the same). Of course it'll still be downscaled.
#40
Can this tv fully display HD?

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