Panasonic TX-P42G20B 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD £607.00 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TX-P42G20B 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD £607.00 @ Amazon

£607.00 @ Amazon
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Panasonic VIERA NeoPDP full HD 42-inch plasma TV
Freeview HD & Freesat HD built-in, Wi-Fi ready
600Hz sub-field drive intelligent frame creation pro
Infinite Black colour spectrum, THX® certified display
VIERA CAST and VIERA image viewer (photo and video)
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#1
The price of this tv seems to be dropping by the day - not helping in my fight against my husband buying one for us!
#2
True.lots of good deals around on tvs at the moment.everyone fighting for your cash :)
#3
My heads in a spin, prices keep dropping and I can't make my mind up between this or the Sony KDL40EX503 on similar post, choice choices...
#4
my panny is fantastic imo much better than my mates sony
#5
It seems as the G models and the V models are suffering from some problems reported on Avforums and What hifi, flickering on the G and something called floating blacks on the V.
#6
Waiting for the 50" G20 to drop in price myself.
#7
My 50" G20 panny is the best tv I have ever owned.
Stunning.
#8
Panasonic make excellent everything ATM - tellys, HD camcorders, Lumix cameras.
Never cared much for their audio stuff though .
#9
JIT
Waiting for the 50" G20 to drop in price myself.


Same here...the price for the 50" seems static. I'm torn between the LGPK590 and the Panny G20. The latter costs around 350 more than the LG, but not sure if one can justify that extra wonga.
#10
Desp
my panny is fantastic imo much better than my mates sony


Think I'm erring toward the panny given the price and brand.

Now got to look for a homeplug to network it, does it ever end!
#11
Omg...tempted....don't need a TV, but want a nice new shiny one...... Hot
#12
I got one of these from Costco earlier this year....It is a fantastic TV. Picture quality is great without HD. Built in Iplayer if you connect to your Computer. Best buy for me this year and I payed more for it.
Stan
#13
This TV is available at John Lewis for £699 with 5 yr guarantee.
http://www.johnlewis.com/230878195/Product.aspx
#14
RichoRocks
This TV is available at John Lewis for £699 with 5 yr guarantee.

http://www.johnlewis.com/230878195/Product.aspx


Is this warranty with John Lewis, or Panasonic?

And does anyone know if it's possible to take out an extended warranty with Panasonic directly? I can't seem to find an information on this.

Edited By: feardust on Oct 19, 2010 21:57: more questions
#15
Considering DIXONS have bumped their price up to £677 (they were £647 plus £40 discount with code making it also £607) this a cracking deal.

Not sure what's happening with this model......prices keep fluctuating but generally on a downwards trend. Probably because of new 3D models launched in this range.

Wonder what christmas might bring!
#16
wow so tempted this looks awesome on display...i robot looked unreal...
#17
You can extend the warranty to 5 years with Panasonic for 90 pound
#18
I was all set to get one of these but have been scared off a little by the flicker (which we can check out in Curry's) and the fading blacks. I'm torn between this and and a Panasonic LED (couldn't care less about 3D) but this is looking good given that the average price appears to have dropped around £250 in 6 weeks.
I'll still probably wait until January.
#19
melissa91
You can extend the warranty to 5 years with Panasonic for 90 pound

As is usual at this time of year, Panasonic offer their own 5 year warranty FREE, but only if bought instore from a selected participating dealer

http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Dealers/Viera+5+Year+Warranty/Viera+5+Year+Warranty+T%26Cs/2334117/index.html#anker_2334120

A few years ago I managed to get Richersounds to give me a Free Panny 5 year warranty [instead of buying their own] and their price is £650 at the moment http://www.richersounds.com/product/plasma-tv/panasonic/viera-txp42g20/pana-txp42g20a
#20
lovely picture
#21
hot hot hot!!!!!!

1 question

Do I need a 5 year guarantee??
#22
Adamski1964

1 question

Do I need a 5 year guarantee??


Possibly....

It depends on whether or not you are up for a fight if it goes wrong after two years (minimum warranty period for electrical items in the EC).

If you can convince a court that it is reasonable to expect a device of this nature and price to last longer than two years then you have a case.
#23
I just called my local Panasonic Shop, they are charging £899 for this including the 5 year guarantee.
#24
This may be a daft question but which stand is the best to go for with this? or is it just down to personal preference?
#25
fruityloops
I just called my local Panasonic Shop, they are charging £899 for this including the 5 year guarantee.


My local Panasonic dealer is charging £799 including 5 year guarantee but that was before John Lewis reduced to £699 inc 5 year guarantee so maybe get them to do it cheaper
#26
Sorry didnt make my self clear, better off buying the TV from Amazon and then just extending the warranty with Panasonic. Although it works out the same price as John Lewis, the JL warranty depreciates so that you wont get a like for like (features wise) TV if something goes wrong (if they no longer stock it.)
4 Likes #27
To get an extra 4 years from Panasonic (bought from any shop) you call this number 01344 706723. Its done by screen size

42" = £97.06
50" = £128.34
65" = £407.03
#28
So....can you order through the nectar website to get nectar points on this also?
#29
melissa91
To get an extra 4 years from Panasonic (bought from any shop) you call this number 01344 706723. Its done by screen size

42" = £97.06
50" = £128.34
65" = £407.03


Many thanks for this piece of information. I called regarding this set and was quoted about £135 for a 42 inch set. Don't know why this was though. Very much appreciate the phone number.
#30
Bought this TV a while back when it was on offer at Costco.

was blown away by the quality. I wouldn't concern youreself to much with the issues reported on AVFroums, i think the problems are few and far between.
#31
melissa911 person likes this
To get an extra 4 years from Panasonic (bought from any shop) you call this number 01344 706723. Its done by screen size42" = £97.0650" = £128.3465" = £407.03

Thanks for that info Melissa91
#32
Not regretted owning mine, HD on freeview and freesat, hook it up to the web and have all sorts of fun too. Brill tv
#33
really really wish i hadn't seen this. i have a panasonic 42pz80b which is about 2 years old, but the neo, freeview and freesat, this is almost too good to turn down.
#34
anyone with a power meter know how much they use?

got these off panasonic site:

Rated Power Consumption 290 W
On mode Average Power Consumption** 143 W
Standby Power Consumption 0.4 W
#35
Hi all
Greeeeeeeat price and 40£ oFf my price

Amazon refunded me 40£ after a simple 5min phonecall as I got it for 649£ a week ago!
Amazon greeeeeat service - don't settle for less
The tv? No blur or blacks fading - great config controls so forget for phoney sonys and others - this tv is 11\10!!!!!!
banned#36
whitafeckamigumtiontelly
fruityloops
So....can you order through the nectar website to get nectar points on this also?
yes its daft .....go for the wall...............
#37
Top tele bought one in teh summer at $840 from costco still well pleased with it.
#38
how is this £607?
#39
jjjj777
how is this £607?


646 minus 40 = 606

TVPROM40

Edited By: Balb0wa on Oct 21, 2010 15:52: s
#40
Slightly off topic: Is screen burn still an issue with Plasma screens and is it covered by warranty? Thanks in adavance.

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