Panasonic TX-L32G10 (TX-L32G10B) £399 with integrated Freesat HD & Freeview - Tesco Instore - HotUKDeals
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Best price I have found. It was marked up at £449.99 in Tesco Talbot Green store and I was happy with that price as it beats all online pricing. When I got to the till the price was £399. I didn't ask questions I just left. But my understanding is that Tesco works on a national system so this should be nationwide.

If you live near Talbot green they had 4 more in stock. Great TV at a great price.

Very High Spec I will post details and proof very soon. Full 1080P HD
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#1
Older telly, but great set. And a steal at this price.
#2
Pannys rate as my number one maker atm so.......
#3
Yer I understand they are replacing it with a G20 which has Freeview HD but as I have no aerial only sat I wasn't bothered. :) The G20 will be double this price. Thought Perfect for World Cup as has Free HD BBC1 & ITV for all the footy :)

Cheapest online is £455 and up.

Comet have it at £499.99 and Argos £570.

The Reciept is lame only says LCD TV but I have a pic of the box.

http://img156.imageshack.us/img156/6500/img0112ii.jpg

http://img156.imageshack.us/img156/2479/img0114ha.jpg

If you are wondering what the coupons were. I had a £1.50 clubcard point voucher. And they sent me a £6 off £40 spend. Also remember to use your clubcard if you don't have one pick one up as you get 798 points thats 2 points short of £8 in vouchers.
#4
Here are the specs and the reason I wanted it.

Product Features

* 32 Diagonal Screen Size (inch)
* Freesat & Analogue
* Smartext with EPG
* V-Audio surround
* Panasonic Scan TechnologyY

* Product Description: Panasonic TX L32G10B - 32" LCD TV
* Product Type: LCD TV
* Diagonal Size: 32" - widescreen
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 77.7 cm x 21.7 cm x 54.1 cm - with stand
* Weight: 13.5 kg
* Digital Television Certification: HDTV 1080p
* Resolution: 1920 x 1080
* Display Format: 1080p (FullHD)
* Input Video Formats: 1080/24p, 1080/60i, 480/60p, 720/60p, 1080/50i, 720/50p, 576/50p, 1080/50p, 1080/60p, 480/60i, 576/50i
* Enhanced Refresh Rate: 100 Hz
* Motion Enhancement Technology: Intelligent Frame Creation
* Video Interface: Component, composite, HDMI, S-Video, SCART
* HDMI Ports Qty: 4 port(s)
* PC Interface: VGA (HD-15)
* HDCP Compatible: Yes
* Technology: TFT active matrix ( IPS )
* Progressive Scan: Yes
* Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
* Digital TV Tuner: DVB-T
* Analogue TV Tuner: PAL
* Multi-channel Preview: Picture-and-text (PAT)
* Features: Video noise reduction, on-screen menu, Q-link, VIERA Link, Fine Black Panel, VIERA Image Viewer, V-REAL PRO 4, x.v.Color, Deep Color, 3D Color Management
* Sound Output Mode: Stereo
* Speaker System: 2 speakers
* Sound Effects: V-AUDIO Surround Sound
* Stereo Reception System: NICAM
* Supported Flash Memory Cards: SD Memory Card
* Power: AC 230V ( 50/60 Hz )

Now I need a cheap wall bracket.

Any other stores got the TV?
#5
Squelds;8757710
Pannys rate as my number one maker atm so.......

agreed, shame pioneer gave up as they were streets ahead
#6
Hot price, I think I am going for Freeview HD for the bedroom telly, think there is a Sony one for 449 with 50 quid trade in.....
#7
gonna check in out in the morning, thanks
#8
In Talbot Green, South Wales the one with Freeview HD is £399.99 with £100 trade in of any TV. I did look at it but for me Freesat HD was a no braainer :)

One thing to mention the store is a Tesco Extra so try the bigger stores 1st. Called Cardiff out of curiosity and they have them but couldn't scan them at this point in time. So should be a few everywhere :)
#9
royals
agreed, shame pioneer gave up as they were streets ahead


True, but all the Pioneer staff, the Pioneer factory and most of the Pioneer tech now belongs to Panasonic. The 2011 Panasonic range will incorporate fully the Pioneer Kuro panel technology. The Pioneer staff on board should ensure that Panasonic don't mess it up like they did for the 2009 range of Plasmas.
#10
Anyone else got one yet?
#11
Hi - if anyone searching, have called Grove Green Maidstone and Lunsford Park and none in stock.
Someone has referred to the Sony freeview HD - that was John Lewis which I have been after but they are out of stock at mo.
So am still searching for a bargain 32 incher so keep up the good work. Thanks
#12
you can buy the 37" from dixons for £499
#13
spa
you can buy the 37" from dixons for £499


So for an EXTRA £100 you get a bigger TV.
But £100 is a lot
#14
karpy
So for an EXTRA £100 you get a bigger TV.

http://www-genfys.slu.se/staff/dagl/Successful_trees/clap.jpg



-9 degrees for being a sarcastic numpty when someone was trying to help. 37" could be real help to someone..
#15
Nellster
-9 degrees for being a sarcastic numpty when someone was trying to help. 37" could be real help to someone..


Person in question voted cold hence the deal was removed from hot so potential buyers of a 32" TV would miss out.

Obviously the comment was belittling the deal.

Sometimes it's good to gather all the facts before being hasty and voting!

Agreed the 37" deal is a good one too but why would you be looking at a 32" deal if you wanted a 37" TV only reason would be price and £100 is a lot extra.

Sometimes I don't see the reason to post on here. I get nothing back for posting a deal just the satisfaction that I may have helped out someone. If it's just one person it's still someone. So what do people achieve by attacking a legitimate deal?

Cheapest Online price being £455 at Laskys and Instore £499 Comet it will save you money if you want this exact TV or a TV like it isn't that the point.

I'm grateful for the legitimate people who do help out and do post good bargains.
#16
if some one is after bit bigger tv then maybe these will be for them ,ive ordered the 42" and not fussed that has no freeview hd or freesat hd ,as i can see in the future sky hd being free like virgin just to compete with them.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/690967/panasonic-42-inch-full-hd-1080p-wid



http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/689080/panasonic-viera-tx-p50u10b-50-full-
#17
This looks like a great deal.

Does anyone have any direct experience of accessing the iPlayer on this model?
#18
mrsean2k
This looks like a great deal.

Does anyone have any direct experience of accessing the iPlayer on this model?


i have iplayer built in to my ps3 and its great . so would think built into tv be same
#19
These are excellent TVs, I bought one last month at Comet for £449 by price matching Richer Sounds. I could have got the 37" for £50 more, but it would have been far too large for our living room. It's an excellent picture, loads of inputs and the built-in Freesat HD is much more useful to us where we live (Freeview HD won't be here for at least another 18 months) especially since our old Sky digibox died on us recently..
#20
i dont think tesco deals are national, i have never seen any deals on this site that have also been in my local store, my local does not discount anything apart from groceries on occasion.
#21
spaceinvader
i dont think tesco deals are national, i have never seen any deals on this site that have also been in my local store, my local does not discount anything apart from groceries on occasion.


hear hear
#22
They had the TV in two stores in south wales yesterday. And a call again this morning confirmed the price @ Cardiff.
#23
vitaminjayz
i have iplayer built in to my ps3 and its great . so would think built into tv be same


Same here, and we use it when the Satellite signal is dodgy. But I'd prefer not to tie the PS3 to it if possible. Screenshots etc. are a bit thin on the ground.
#24
This telly, I hope will get a firmware upgrade to allow it to have iplayer via freesatHD. it has an ethernet port. Maybe even a viera cast type upgrade. At the moment, I have an acer revo attached to back via hdmi and use it for EVERYTHING
#25
mrsean2k
This looks like a great deal.

Does anyone have any direct experience of accessing the iPlayer on this model?


Panasonic will be updating the software in this TV to allow iPlayer at the end of July 2010
#26
Deal is good (on the basis that the TV is good but is an old model). Whether you find one in a Tesco's nearby is always another matter.
#27
Cheers
#28
bought mine for £350 at comet
#29
f4h1dul
bought mine for £350 at comet


Lucky

My local Comet had it but at £499
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/530891/PANASONIC-TX-L32G10B

They had this one for £349.99 which is more expensive online @£399.99 but no FreeSatHD
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/530905/PANASONIC-TX-L32S10B
#30
Gingerboy
Hot price, I think I am going for Freeview HD for the bedroom telly, think there is a Sony one for 449 with 50 quid trade in.....


I have ordered a Sony 32" with freeview HD - 1080p from John Lewis for £350 (which includes £100 trade in). You also get 5 yr warranty & free delivery.
Hopefully they will deliver it tomorrow & at the same time collect the 36"crt tv (back breaking) as a trade in. The 36" is a brilliant tv with 5.1 & freeview built in, but it does not have HD.
#31
hunsbury0

Hopefully they will deliver it tomorrow & at the same time collect the 36"crt tv (back breaking) as a trade in. The 36" is a brilliant tv with 5.1 & freeview built in, but it does not have HD.


Blimey, I had enough trouble shifting our old 28" CRT.
#32
wibbleboy
Blimey, I had enough trouble shifting our old 28" CRT.


They delivered the Sony 32EX403 & also collected the old 36"crt tv eventhough it was not on their job notes. (I had an email confirmation that they would collect it).

An excellent deal for £349.00, free (Saturday) delivery, getting rid of the old one & 5 Yr warranty.

I am now waiting for the Panasonic TX P50V20 to be released & then put this Sony tv in the bedroom.
#33
Does anyone know if you can use this set along with sky plus so you can record 2 channels same time from sky and then switch to freesat hd for viewing?

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