Panasonic TX - P37X10B Plasma HDTV £479 with 5 year warranty at John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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This is my first post, so don't know how to add pictures etc, sorry.
I have today bought the above plasma tv from John Lewis Cambridge,after getting them to price match it from Richer Sounds.
It was £549, now price matched to £479 including 5 year warranty.
I was pretty pleased, thought maybe someone else could benefit.
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banned#1
Might want to add price and retailer to title.

Good price espec given 5year warrenty
#2
I've just been trying to do that but can't see how to edit the post! I' m sure it's very simple, but just can't see it!!
banned#3
Use the edit button to the left of the expire / spammed buttons at the bottom of your post
#4
Oh yes, so it is! Thanks!:oops:
#5
http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/images/imgB222348.jpg

Direct Link to John Lewis Website for 42 Inch Model: http://www.johnlewis.com/230557867/Product.aspx
banned#6
great TV good deal!
#7
alexandercooper
http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/images/imgB222348.jpg

Direct Link to John Lewis Website: http://www.johnlewis.com/230557867/Product.aspx

That link is for the 42"
#8
robot1000
That link is for the 42"


Your right, im such as Idiot, amended description as they dont have the 37" online from what i can see!
#9
If you are happy, we are happy :-D. Heat added BTW
#10
1024 resolution on this is pretty poor really. Most HD ready screens are 1366 let alone the full HD of 1920.

Good value for a big screen, but don't expect HD and there are better screens out there for the money.
#11
Puma_Dal
1024 resolution on this is pretty poor really. Most HD ready screens are 1366 let alone the full HD of 1920.

Good value for a big screen, but don't expect HD and there are better screens out there for the money.


Yes, if you sit 5 feet away from the TV and have 20/20 vision otherwise most people cannot tell the difference in resolution. Resolution alone does not make a better TV. In my opinion the vast majority of LCDs are poor in comparison to a decent Plasma esp. where viewing SD TV is concerned and let's face it, most TV will be SD for quite a while yet. This despite LCDs having a higher resolution than Plasmas.
#12
borgs
This despite LCDs having a higher resolution than Plasmas.


So a 1920 res LCD is a higher res than a Plasma 1920 res? err, yeah, whatever you say :?

^^ Can't tell the difference? Yeah, Like I haven't had 20 years experience in the broadcast industry or anything.... :whistling:

It's advertised as a HD ready tv. HD ready is widely regarded as 1366 res, not 1024. Yes a normal broadcast is 476, but the fact it's sold as HD ready will mean that some people may be disappointed.

:p
banned#13
Puma_Dal
So a 1920 res LCD is a higher res than a Plasma 1920 res? err, yeah, whatever you say :?

^^ Can't tell the difference? Yeah, Like I haven't had 20 years experience in the broadcast industry or anything.... :whistling:

It's advertised as a HD ready tv. HD ready is widely regarded as 1366 res, not 1024. Yes a normal broadcast is 476, but the fact it's sold as HD ready will mean that some people may be disappointed.

:p


you dont realise how ridiculous you are, do you?
#14
tpol
If you are happy, we are happy :-D. Heat added BTW


it's a plasma

HEAT added :roll:
#15
Puma_Dal
So a 1920 res LCD is a higher res than a Plasma 1920 res? err, yeah, whatever you say :?

^^ Can't tell the difference? Yeah, Like I haven't had 20 years experience in the broadcast industry or anything.... :whistling:

It's advertised as a HD ready tv. HD ready is widely regarded as 1366 res, not 1024. Yes a normal broadcast is 476, but the fact it's sold as HD ready will mean that some people may be disappointed.

:p


Erm, I think you misunderstand me. OK, maybe I didn't make myself clear: LCD Tvs are NORMALLY higher res than Plasma's - certainly up until recently. This does not make them automatically better than a lower res plasma or even LCD.

There are many factors that determine a decent picture (as you will know): contrast, motion, artifacts, scaling etc. - resolution is one but it isn't the major factor. If you sit 5 feet from your TV in order to see proper full HD, then you are probably also going to experience more artifacts / defects in the picture. So, you benefit from a sharper picture but end up with an unnatural / artifact laden one.

I would say that the vast majority of people will be sitting a good eight feet from their TVs and watching predominantly SD TV (at least for the next couple of years). Resolution is therefore more or less irrelevant. Admittedly, if you want to also use it as a computer monitor when sitting closer to it then fair enough - go for a higher res one. More relevant are any advances that manufacturers put into their newer TVs - and the advances don't always lead to better pictures either.

All I am saying is that resolution isn't everything.
#16
This is actually a price rise. Was £439 at JL Cambridge - I know I got one last month.
#17
shot up £90

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