Panasonic TX-L32C20BA - 32" Widescreen LCD TV With Freeview - £243 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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TV Tuner
Integrated Tuners*** PAL-I, DVB-T
Teletext Reception 500P FASTEXT Level 2.5
Display
Screen Size 32" (80 cm) diagonal
Panel IPS-alpha LCD Panel
Viewing Angle 178 degree
Contrast (Dynamic) 20,000:1
Resolution 1,366 x 768 (16:9)
Applicable Scanning Format Full-HD 1125 (1080)/50i, 1125 (1080)/60i, 1125 (1080)/24p (HDMI only), 1125 (1080)/50p (HDMI only), 1125 (1080)/60p (HDMI only) HD 750 (720)/50p, 750 (720)/60p SD 525 (480)/60i, 525 (480)/60p, 625 (576)/50i, 625 (576)/50p
Intelligent Frame Creation 300 lines
24p Smooth Film/Playback N/Y
3D Colour Management Y
Picture Mode Dynamic/Normal/Cinema/True Cinema/Game
Vreal Vreal 4
Sound
Speakers 2 x 5 watt 1-Way Bottom Speakers
Sound Mode Music/Speech/User
Virtual Surround V-Audio
Dolby Digital/dts Out Dolby Digital
Input/Output
CI (Common Interface)* Y
VIERA Image Viewer Y (AVCHD/SD-VIDEO/JPEG playback)
HDMI Input 2 (rear) Support Feature Audio Return Channel (Input 2)
Composite Video Input AV3: RCA phono type x 1 (rear)
Audio Input (for Video) AV3: RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
Component Video Input RCA phono type x 3 [Y , PB, PR] (rear)
Audio Input (HDMI1, PC, Component) AV3: RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
21-Pin Input/Output AV1: AV In/Out, RGB In, Q-Link (rear)
AV2: AV In/Out, S-Video In, RGB In, Q-Link (rear)
Analogue Audio Out RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
Digital Audio Output (Optical) 1, rear
Headphone Jack 1, side
Features
EPG Y
VIERA Tools Y
VIERA Link Y (HDAVI Control 5)
Game Mode Y
Q-Link Y
Off Timer Y
Child Lock Y
General
Power Supply AC 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz
Rated Power Consumption 93 W
On mode Average Power Consumption** 77 W
Standby Power Consumption 0.3 W
Dimensions (W x H x D) (w/o stand) 798 x 511 x 93 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D) (with stand) 798 x 551 x 217 mm
Weight (w/o stand) 9.5 kg
Weight (with stand) 11.0 kg
Wall Bracket TY-WK3L2RW
VESA Standard Y
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#1
looks good - any reviews?

Panel IPS-alpha LCD Panel : do LCD TV's normally have IPS panels....?

Edited By: simba2585 on Mar 24, 2011 13:08
#2
Good reviews -

3 positive comments
3 comments in German
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no negative comments
I bought this tv for my elderly mother, set up was simple and the tv was up and running in seconds, the picture is fantastic and the sound is fine. Her last Panansonic died after over twenty years...
Source: amazon.co.uk

... one or two as part of the buyer's expectations). The picture isn't quite as pin sharp as Panasonic's better models, nor is it full HD. However since I am using this as a 2nd Television...
Source: amazon.co.uk

... it. It is a small screen but just what I wanted. The picture quality is excellent. The set up was relatively easy....although I let...
#3
simba2585
looks good - any reviews?

Panel IPS-alpha LCD Panel : do LCD TV's normally have IPS panels....?


Yep panasonic and LG but lower end LG's have a panel lottery with A-MVA / IPS

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Mar 24, 2011 15:12: a
#4
I've got this TV: absolutely excellent. We have it connected through scart! on a sky + box and cant fault the picture. Brilliant through the ps3 too.
#5
A decent brand 32" for peanuts.... can't grumble at that.

well people will grumble but they're mugs!
#6
Some of the full HD tellies are coming in around the £250 mark now, but this is a Panasonic and we have never had a problem with any Panasonic stuff yet. I would certainly favour this over an unknown full HD brand.
#7
in the spec it appears full HD...in the reviews they say otherwise. Can anyone shed any light?
cheers
#8
aurora
Some of the full HD tellies are coming in around the £250 mark now, but this is a Panasonic and we have never had a problem with any Panasonic stuff yet. I would certainly favour this over an unknown full HD brand.


I would agree with you, I am tempted myself but I think i want a 37-40 as I can't see this looking right and i love the media function on tvs these days. Saves having a console on all night if you like watching films or tv series.Should last 5 years easily.Not sure i like it has no reviews and its been on amazon almost a year though oO
#9
Gunner4Life
aurora
Some of the full HD tellies are coming in around the £250 mark now, but this is a Panasonic and we have never had a problem with any Panasonic stuff yet. I would certainly favour this over an unknown full HD brand.


I would agree with you, I am tempted myself but I think i want a 37-40 as I can't see this looking right and i love the media function on tvs these days. Saves having a console on all night if you like watching films or tv series.Should last 5 years easily.Not sure i like it has no reviews and its been on amazon almost a year though oO


"Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Nov 2010"

Uhhhh??
#10
I must admit the fact that you can't find any expert or magazine reviews does concern me a bit. I know some manufacturers have bottom end tv's which are inferior to their larger screen/higher price products, but I wasn't aware that Panasonic did this too. I hadn't spotted that the spec list suggests it is full HD.

You can only seem to get it at Amazon so I wonder if it is one that has been rebadged just to sell there. I know Best Buy have done this on occasion.
#12
the.tourist
Gunner4Life
aurora
Some of the full HD tellies are coming in around the £250 mark now, but this is a Panasonic and we have never had a problem with any Panasonic stuff yet. I would certainly favour this over an unknown full HD brand.


I would agree with you, I am tempted myself but I think i want a 37-40 as I can't see this looking right and i love the media function on tvs these days. Saves having a console on all night if you like watching films or tv series.Should last 5 years easily.Not sure i like it has no reviews and its been on amazon almost a year though oO


"Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Nov 2010"

Uhhhh??


Sorry was looking at other panasonic tvs must of got mixed up.Still 5 months or so Still should have 1 review ! LG came out mid august and samsungs end of may.

I won't get a panasonic lcd as they are a company more interested in plasma.So they just put them out there like samsung do with plasma's to stay in that market.The panasonic new range is going to be good but will cost a fair bit at first.I am leaving it.I would probally prefer to get the LG ld490 for £300ish with 5 year Warranty from JL.

I've been looking for a tv for 3-4 weeks its so hard to choose ! Well for me anyhow.
#13
Good deal voted hot
#14
sub £250 32" Top Brand LCDs - great time to be in the market for a TV
#15
dmm1000
sub £250 32" Top Brand LCDs - great time to be in the market for a TV


Shame it lacks full hd otherwise i would "risk it for a biscuit" As i am tempted to buy this to use untill the new samsung ranges which come out sometime in may or june. I use my tv as a monitor followed by ps3/xbox then tv so no pixel delay is what i am after and panasonic fit the bill their ....

Samsung's S-PVA which is in most sizes i can't put up with and the 37" buzz is pytting me off of them as its my luck it would buzz after the return period or warranty.SO might wait for new range and need a sub £250 tv which who knows i might even love anyway. The choice isn't fun
#16
warren321
I've got this TV: absolutely excellent. We have it connected through scart! on a sky + box and cant fault the picture. Brilliant through the ps3 too.

Can you tell me if it has a large on/off button on the side? Our Nan who is 96 needs a new tv and as you can imagine it needs to have a predominent power button.

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