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Panasonic TX-P42G15B £759.99 plus quidco @Comet!

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Panasonic 42G15.... main spec below:

Full HD (1920x1080)
600Hz refresh rate
4xHDMI
Built in Freesat HD
Web enabled with DNLA

This is the model above the highly acclaimed G10.

Achieve this price by using the discount code "AWJAN5" at the checkout.

Also 3% quidco bringing this down to £737.19!!!!

Available to order online or collect instore.

As a side note, this is available from Richer Sounds for £769.95 if you would prefer to get the 5 year guarantee from them. Also from Pixmania at £752 but some people don't rate them highly for customer service.
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#1
not far off the original (expired) curry's deal, and JohnLewis have reverted to 900 for this.

damn good TV (I hope,mine arrives tomorrow)!
#2
John Lewis still doing this for £799 with Free 5 year guarantee! 10 or more on stock.
http://www.johnlewis.com/230687624/Product.aspx
Comet deal voted cold
#3
can anyone recommend a good tv wall bracket and stand and cable management part for this tv
#4
Is there a huge difference between G10 and G15? or just cosmetic?
#5
wazza
Is there a huge difference between G10 and G15? or just cosmetic?



I think it is only cosmetic as you have said... 50% reduction in thickness on the G15, ive just bought the 46" G15 and its a great Tv... Not overly impressed with the standard definition but the Hd is great!!! .....:thumbsup:

Forgot to mention i got the 46" from amazon for £849.00 delivered too.....
#6
wazza
Is there a huge difference between G10 and G15? or just cosmetic?


The G15 has one extra HDMI and also is DNLA enabled (allows it to be connected to a network and communicate with other DNLA devices like a PC).

It is also web enabled, allowing select websites to be viewed on the TV.

Also as mentioned it is a slimmer design.

Feel free to correct me if 'm wrong anyone!
#7
interesting that JL put the price back down to 800 having gone back up to 900 for a while.
#8
I have the Panasonic TV and brought a bracket from Amazon.
Tilt & Swivel with Swing Arm LCD TV Wall Mount bracket for all 37" 40" 42" 46" Sets"
£39.99
TechSolutionsNI

fitted it Saturday in about half an hour - works a treat. Very sturdy doesn't stick ot too far when folded back.

Seems good value as John Lewis wanted £70 fo a fixed one.
#9
BEWARE

I have bought this TV - an the TV, etc is great.

But the DNLA - media centre functionality is rubbish - hopefully newer firmware releases will improve the totally limited ability at present to play anything worth having file wise. It can only play non widescreen standard AVI's and JPGs - same goes fo the SD reader.
Check out these facilities first if they are swaying your purchase.
#10
Bobef90
I have the Panasonic TV and brought a bracket from Amazon.
.


I want a tilting one, the best deal I could find was this:
http://www.brackethub.co.uk/plb-12-black.htm

I went into JL, Cambridge, and they had very few in the shop, they said they mostly use to sell Vogels and were quite expensive
#11
is it just me or have tvs gone up in price alot?

i'm after a 46" - 50" full hd tv and can not find a decnt cheap one anywhere!!

a couple of months ago there were all over for about 600 quid :(

help!
#12
craigmk6
is it just me or have tvs gone up in price alot?

i'm after a 46" - 50" full hd tv and can not find a decnt cheap one anywhere!!

a couple of months ago there were all over for about 600 quid :(

help!


wait a few months as the new models announced at CES will start to hit retailers and they will be keen to shift old models... and watch this forum of course. :thumbsup:
#13
Bobef90
But the DNLA - media centre functionality is rubbish - hopefully newer firmware releases will improve the totally limited ability at present to play anything worth having file wise. It can only play non widescreen standard AVI's and JPGs - same goes fo the SD reader.
Check out these facilities first if they are swaying your purchase.


er, I beg to disagree. I am running PlayStationMediaServer ( http://code.google.com/p/ps3mediaserver/ )
and I was able to stream a DVD* rip of cars (basically xvid at 1.5Mbp/s) and the Panny played it flawlessly, as good as when I watch via the PS3.

I don't know about widescreen jpegs off SD card, as my camera is 4:3, but it did fill the screen and they looked stunning.

vieracast is a bit basic but hopefully it'll get better.


* I have small children so I tend to rip DVDs rather than worry about them getting damaged.
#14
er - was the video streamed to your PS3 - ie the PS3 was plugged into the Panasonic TV.

That is not the same????

I am talking streaming to the TV direct.....

Maybe I m misunderstanding you...
ALl help appreciated
#15
Bobef90
er - was the video streamed to your PS3 - ie the PS3 was plugged into the Panasonic TV.

That is not the same????

I am talking streaming to the TV direct.....

Maybe I m misunderstanding you...
ALl help appreciated


the video was streamed by the TV itself from the file server - the PS3 wasn't even turned on at the time.

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