PANASONIC TX-LF32X10 LCD Television £329 + Delievery Costs @ Pixmania (2 year warranty) - HotUKDeals
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Product sold by: Pixmania.com
2 year warranty - Debited on the day of shipping - 15 days satisfied or your money back ...

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Format 16:9
Screen size 32 inches (82cm)
Contrast 40,000:1 (dynamic)
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1366 x 768
Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) 178 / 178
Audio Audio Power 2 x 10W RMS
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound NICAM stereo tuner compatible with Dolby Digital Plus ¦ V-Audio Surround technology
Speakers Yes
Connectivity Connectivity 3 x HDMi
2 x Scart
1 x VGA
1 x Component
1 x Composite
1 x S-video
1 x RCA stereo output
1 x RCA stereo entry
1 x Stereo headphones socket
1 x Digital optical audio output
1 x TV antenna
SCART connectors 2
DVI Input No
HDMI Input 3
PC Input Yes
Audio output Stereo headphones ¦ digital optical ¦ RCA stereo
Tuner Standard PAL B / G / H / I / D / K, SECAM L / L' / D / K
Double Tuner No
Functions TV text Yes
Other functions Progressive Scan
3D Digital Comb Filter
V-Real 4 processor
24p playback (3:2 Pull-down)
Intelligent scene control
Fine Black Panel
C.A.T.S.
Image over- and underscan (on/off)
3D colour management
PAT
Picture size control: auto / 16:9 / 14:9 / JUST / 4:3 / 4:3 FULL (HD signal only) / Zoom 1 - 2 - 3
Picture modes: dynamic / normal / cinema / games
Picture settings: brightness, contrast, colour, sharpness, tone, vibrancy, colour management
Sleep timer: 15 / 30 / 45 / 60 / 75 / 90 minutes
Parental control
Gaming time display: on / off
Input names
Playback from SD card (Viera Image Viewer)
Power-saving mode:on / off
Secure Digital (SD and SDHC) memory card reader
Low speaker system: two 1-way speakers
Sound modes: music/lyrics
Distance between wall and speakers: more than 30cm / less than 30cm
Volume correction
MPX (Mono / stereo)
DTS output
10 % THD
List of channels
Automatic set-up
Manual adjustment
Favourites
Updates for list of channels
Message for new channels
Signal status
TV guide
General Remote control Yes
Accessories supplied Remote control + batteries, cable tidy, power cable, user manual, cleaning cloth and stand
Internal menu languages 25 languages
User guide Information available soon
Dimensions (mm) 511 x 798 x 93 (without stand)
551 x 798 x 217 (with stand)
Weight (kg) 11.5 (without stand)
13 (with stand)

Shipping fees: From £ 14.80 Inc. VAT
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#1
http://pan3.fotovista.com/dev/3/8/02855383/g_02855383.jpg
#2
I have never seen the LF range before and i work for a TV electrical company, nothing in Panasonic brochures either? Is this a European model?
#3
[QUOTE=macseffect]I have never seen the LF range before and i work for a TV electrical company, nothing in Panasonic brochures either? Is this a European model?[/QUOTE]

Probably seeing as pixmania are based in france (some say to avoid uk consumer law they're part of the DSG group) personally i wldnt touch them with a barge pole.
#4
Thanks for that RickWoody
#5
A good ton or so more elsewhere but many will deride any offer from Pixmania.
#6
Why are Pixmania so bad? Not sure they would be allowed to post if they were a dangerous company?
banned#7
Adam2050
Why are Pixmania so bad? Not sure they would be allowed to post if they were a dangerous company?


not too bad as u may think. just dont buy expensive items like telly etc from them. just to be safe
#8
gR8_mUndA
not too bad as u may think. just dont buy expensive items like telly etc from them. just to be safe


No ones giving a reason why?
#9
Just a reminder as this telly isn't in the offer. Unless it's the TX-L32X10B?

Free 5 year warranty on new Panasonic Viera TVs. Till the end of the month. At approved suppliers.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/392801/free-5-year-warranty-on-new-panason/showthread.php?t=392801&page=2
#10
Adam2050
No ones giving a reason why?


i gave a reason...pixmania are based in France! but there pickup location is in London, they use a UK telephone number, there prices are in sterling, so 99% of people would order from them thinking they are in fact in the UK there's a reason for this read my previous post again.

no probs macseffect always happy to help when i can :thumbsup:
#11
rickwoody
i gave a reason...pixmania are based in France! but there pickup location is in London, they use a UK telephone number, there prices are in sterling, so 99% of people would order from them thinking they are in fact in the UK there's a reason for this read my previous post again.

no probs macseffect always happy to help when i can :thumbsup:


So theres nothing wrong with them then?

Play are based in Jersey. Doesn't matter where it comes from as long as they items are correct?
#12
Adam2050
So theres nothing wrong with them then?

Play are based in Jersey. Doesn't matter where it comes from as long as they items are correct?


As long as nothing goes wrong with the product im sure you'll be fine but what if it develops a fault and assuming that they are required to conform to UK consumer law, what do you do if they refuse to help? If you bring a case in a UK court and win, how do you enforce the judgement in France? A quick google reveals some horror stories about pixmanias customer service but at the end of the day it's up to you if you want to take the chance.
#13
rickwoody
As long as nothing goes wrong with the product im sure you'll be fine but what if it develops a fault and assuming that they are required to conform to UK consumer law, what do you do if they refuse to help? If you bring a case in a UK court and win, how do you enforce the judgement in France? A quick google reveals some horror stories about pixmanias customer service but at the end of the day it's up to you if you want to take the chance.


You take it back to Panasonic? under the 5 year warranty? Similar to Samsungs usually come out and fix it under the warranty.
banned#14
rickwoody;5504788
[QUOTE=macseffect]I have never seen the LF range before and i work for a TV electrical company, nothing in Panasonic brochures either? Is this a European model?[/QUOTE]

Probably seeing as pixmania are based in france (some say to avoid uk consumer law they're part of the DSG group) personally i wldnt touch them with a barge pole.


Totally agree :thumbsup:

I bought a Sony DVD player from them a few years back. The listing was incorrect as it was listed with freeview built in, it didn't have. When I wanted to return the goods, even though they were delivered from a warehouse in the UK, yorkshire I think, they requested that they goods be returned (at my cost) to a warehouse in Paris. The post office quoted me £60 for the delivery, I decided to keep the goods.

Do not trade with Pixmania, you will regret it.
#15
Adam2050
You take it back to Panasonic? under the 5 year warranty? Similar to Samsungs usually come out and fix it under the warranty.


i may be wrong but the warranty is with the retailer, legally you have a contract according to the Sale and Supply of Goods Act, and that contract is with the retailer, the person who you paid your money to, and not the manufacturer. Any rights that you have against the manufacturer, such as a warranty, are in addition to your legal rights in consumer law, and so you don’t have to rely on that. Your first port of call should always be the company you bought it from, good luck with that.
#16
rickwoody
i may be wrong but the warranty is with the retailer, legally you have a contract according to the Sale and Supply of Goods Act, and that contract is with the retailer, the person who you paid your money to, and not the manufacturer. Any rights that you have against the manufacturer, such as a warranty, are in addition to your legal rights in consumer law, and so you don’t have to rely on that. Your first port of call should always be the company you bought it from, good luck with that.


Ive always gone to the manufacturer at fault. But I haven't had a faulty TV so far. Mine was bought from a small company hopefully I never do.

The other guys experience suggests what you were saying. :thumbsup:

Thanks for your input though, I will be hesitant to buy other items from them of higher values.
#17
Gotta back up everything rickwoody says, from a legal point of view and a honourable company pov. Any manifacturer will always direct you back to your point of sale first off. This applies to any standard 1 year guarantee and i have dealt with Samsung, Panasonic and Sony and all have clarified this. Secondly as has already been stated Pixmania are ok with shipping out but request their customers to return any faulty/unwanted goods back to France at the customers expense. TBH i have never used them based on the vast, and i mean vast, numbers of horror stories i have looked up over the years.

Yeah they may be cheaper, but you gamble on whether you deal with a more reliable UK based company just for those extra few pounds. Hopefully it wont come back and bite you on the ass !

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