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Panasonic TX-P37X10B 37-inch Viera £489.99 delivered - Amazon

£489.99 @ Amazon
Next cheapest (from decent well known retailers) is £519.99 at Dixons. Most other big retailers are doing this at £549.99 Product Features * 100Hz Double Scan * 2000000:1 Dynamic Contr…
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Next cheapest (from decent well known retailers) is £519.99 at Dixons. Most other big retailers are doing this at £549.99

Product Features

* 100Hz Double Scan
* 2000000:1 Dynamic Contrast (Native 20000:1)
* Smart Networking with VIERA Link
* VIERA Image Viewer (JPEG)
* V-Audio Surround

* 100Hz Double Scan
* 2,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast (Native 20,000:1)
* Smart Networking with VIERA Link
* VIERA Image Viewer (JPEG)
* V-Audio Surround
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#1
I love the contrast images on the product information. Hang on... how come my PC screen can show the good one ;-).

Personally I'm not a fan of Plasma unless it's 1080P. The 'HD Ready' panels aren't even 720P, they are 1024 x 768. You DO notice the lack in resolution, even though you get better contrast and colours than an LCD screen.

But I digress, it's a good price for this good TV.
#3


Dont see you point ?

If you only have space for a 37" then why buy a 50" :whistling:
#4
This is £499.99 at House of Fraser including a 5 year warranty. (Although delivery charges are a stonking £39.95).

http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/Panasonic+Panasonic+TX-P37X10+Plasma+TV/123247208,default,pd.html?cgid=9010

Despite good reviews, I've looked at this TV in several stores and have never been too impressed. The 720p screen looks almost like a CRT screen - the 'pixels' seem quite visible from within a few feet. Just my opinion - sure I'll get a backlash from a few fans of this set.
#5
deanos
Dont see you point ?
If you only have space for a 37" then why buy a 50" :whistling:


I don't get this space for a 37 / 42 / 50" :? My friend has an old farmhouse with a HUGE 40 foot + kitchen / diner / lounge area...he bought a 37" which is just sssoooooooooooo badly small in that space :?

I have a modest house with a 15 foot lounge and a 42" panny, it's just fine and allows you to have a great detailed piccy on the TV. It's never to big for the room and I don't feel a 50" would be for any modest household lounge :thumbsup: especially at the great current prices !!!

I'm no telly brand bitch or full HD buff but really do appreciate the quality and sharpness of the detailed piccy given by the X10 panny models :-D
#6
If you have a tiny living room then you may not want a 50" tv, dont see why you dont get it quite simple really, just because you wish to get a bigger TV some people may not :thumbsup:
#7
This set is the same price in Richer Sounds.

I have just asked John Lewis to pricematch them to get the free 5 year warranty and tehy said free delivery too.

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#8
Slightly cheaper in several other places..... Suggest you checkout Foundem or Twenga to search for deals -

Foundem list of TX-P37X10 deals
#9
Fatal Exception
I love the contrast images on the product information. Hang on... how come my PC screen can show the good one ;-).

Personally I'm not a fan of Plasma unless it's 1080P. The 'HD Ready' panels aren't even 720P, they are 1024 x 768. You DO notice the lack in resolution, even though you get better contrast and colours than an LCD screen.

But I digress, it's a good price for this good TV.


Who gives a turd if your not a fan of Plasma's? Correct this is not a 720p screen - it is a 768p screen. You cannot notice the so called lack of resolution either and you obviously have no idea what your on about.
#10
qyestionmark
Slightly cheaper in several other places..... Suggest you checkout Foundem or Twenga to search for deals -

Foundem list of TX-P37X10 deals


Agreed, but I thought this was worth mentioning as it is from such a great retailer. I admit it is not the cheapest out there, but I am far more confident ordering from Amazon than the majority of those priced similarly as found on foundem.

Mine is on its way...
#11
danweb;6386278
Agreed, but I thought this was worth mentioning as it is from such a great retailer. I admit it is not the cheapest out there, but I am far more confident ordering from Amazon than the majority of those priced similarly as found on foundem.

Mine is on its way...

Did you not fancy the free 5 year warranty?
#12
Fatal Exception
I love the contrast images on the product information. Hang on... how come my PC screen can show the good one ;-).
Personally I'm not a fan of Plasma unless it's 1080P. The 'HD Ready' panels aren't even 720P, they are 1024 x 768. You DO notice the lack in resolution, even though you get better contrast and colours than an LCD screen. But I digress, it's a good price for this good TV.


WRONG....read: http://www.burnyourbonus.info/hdtv-faq/faq3.html


nokmond
Who gives a turd if your not a fan of Plasma's? Correct this is not a 720p screen - it is a 768p screen. You cannot notice the so called lack of resolution either and you obviously have no idea what your on about.
Agreed :thumbsup:
#13
I have just bought this plasma after some considerable net research
I must say the picture quality is fantastic from SD sources (I do not have a Blu Ray or Sky HD)

I'm not an expert, but from reading up it seems Full HD vs HD Ready really depends on what YOU need the TV for (sources, viewing distance, size of screen etc)

From what I have seen, at their price point, the X10 range is unbeatable.

I'd also add that seeing the screen in a shop does not do it justice. I saw it in four different shops and once setup properly at home, the picture was immensely better.

There is loads of info & reviews on avforums.com (including a dedicated owners thread)
:)
#14
Now £499 at John Lewis so extra £10 for hassle free 5 year warranty
#15
Paid £50 more than this from JL a couple of weeks ago so hot hot. My first set developed a fault but JL were great and a straight swap was organised quickly.

Great TV, Especially for SD output! I'm in love . . . .

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