Panasonic TX-P42GT20B 42-inch Widescreen 3D Plasma TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD+3d blu ray player+2 pairs glasses+4 3d blu ray discs to redeem@amazon.£999.99 - HotUKDeals
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#1
How can this not be hot ?! Grrrr - looks awesome.
#2
Good deal, but it 's as shame that you can not get the free 5 year guarantee via Amazon.
#3
£300 premium over the equivalent 2D set?
#4
SpamJavelin
£300 premium over the equivalent 2D set?

But it's 3D Ready!!!
#5
The 3d premium is a bad hit. But this is a fantastic telly!
#6
I am waiting until after Christmas to buy though.
#7
CFLEETWOOD
Good deal, but it 's as shame that you can not get the free 5 year guarantee via Amazon.

Where can you get the free 5 year guarantee from?
#8
this is smoking hot. Panasonic is the best TV make.
banned#9
Tried adding it to basket with all the items, but showing as £1462.34

How do you get it to work?
banned#10
Just found it...

4. At the "confirm order" stage, the savings will be deducted from your order total.

Dur
#11
This is an amazing tv. My parents got theirs last week. Picture clarity is far better than out 4 year old one. The only downside is the lack of 3d blurays. A Christmas Carol is one of the first family films available, Avatar is only being released with the purchase of this tv or home theatre system for the next few months. There is about 1 or 2 titles coming each week or so between now and christmas which is the only let down. You still have to wear your pretty coloured glasses to watch standard 3d movies, but if you can pick up Bluray3d then they are amazing.
My mum bought from Panasonic shop directly and she got her 5year warranty from them included in the price although higher, but John Lewis also do a free 5 year warranty with theirs. Think price £1400 in JL
I am just trying to find the perfect excuse to get one as our Panasonic is just 4 years old and waiting for a mainboard replacement under JL warranty, 6 weeks in and no repair, which is pants service.
For this price I would def have one amazing kit
#12
this is an amazing deal... I will think about it over the weekend.
#13
Amazing deal, after seeing a demo of 3d tv at the weekend I really want one!
#14
Looks great, but need 3 pairs of glasses really - am too tight to pay the extra £86!

Wish I'd gone for the 50" Samsung deal when it was on :(
#15
apalma
£599 HERE


HOT HOT HOT...not, that one isn't 3d.
#16
Trying to convince the wife we need one of these, even though we only bought a 37" plasma 3 years ago 8)
#17
tianuk3
this is smoking hot. Panasonic is the best TV make.


Great deal but are Panasonic really the best?? One of for sure but THE???
#18
Film-makers will rarely, very rarely, consider making true 3-D films due to the cost, all you will get are a similar effect like the red and blue glasses. The demos in the stores are specially made to sucker you in. The home experience will be anything but average and that's only if you have enough novelty specs to go round and have a wide enough sofa with a TV at eye level to get the desired effect. Might be a hot price but for an already cold product judging by sales.
#19
mattress
tianuk3
this is smoking hot. Panasonic is the best TV make.


Great deal but are Panasonic really the best?? One of for sure but THE???


I've been looking at this and the Sony Bravia 40HX803 LCD. I don't know why but the Sony just looks more crisp and vibrant to me...but all the reviews say this Panasonic is the best. I must be missing something!

Wish I could see it cos this is a lot cheaper!

Can someone convince me???!!! Or at least explain why the Sony might look better but is in fact inferior. Please!
#20
hotyoda

I've been looking at this and the Sony Bravia 40HX803 LCD. I don't know why but the Sony just looks more crisp and vibrant to me...but all the reviews say this Panasonic is the best. I must be missing something!

Wish I could see it cos this is a lot cheaper!

Can someone convince me???!!! Or at least explain why the Sony might look better but is in fact inferior. Please!

If you are seriously looking this might make up your mind.
#21
Wolf
hotyoda

I've been looking at this and the Sony Bravia 40HX803 LCD. I don't know why but the Sony just looks more crisp and vibrant to me...but all the reviews say this Panasonic is the best. I must be missing something!

Wish I could see it cos this is a lot cheaper!

Can someone convince me???!!! Or at least explain why the Sony might look better but is in fact inferior. Please!

If you are seriously looking this might make up your mind.


Yeah but.....

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2010/04/28/Panasonic-Viera-TX-P42G20B-42in-Plasma-TV/p1
#22
This really is the best 3d tv I have seen trust me at this price with the extras it's a steal !!!!!!
#23
By the way Sony tvs are so over rated and priced panasonic and pioneer have the best boards on the Market !!!!
#24
ashtad
By the way Sony tvs are so over rated... !!!!


Yeah...you'd think!

Annoying thing is my local John Lewis has the Pannys and Sonys about 20 yards a part separated by the Samsungs. I'm actually thinking about quietly unplugging the HX803 and GT20 and moving 'em myself so I can see them next to each other. Gotta get this right cos I'm not going to be allowed to buy another TV for ten years!
#25
Yep. I too am torn between the Panasonic and the Sony EX803

I bought my mum and EX503 and it is a brilliant TV for the price (£569 at the time)
Really impressed with Sony.


But I am really thrown by the Panasonic. It's a plasma, has another 2", a FreeSat tuner.
However the Sony just looks better and i know the interface is sharper and better thought out.

Prices and bundles are broadly similar. This is the cheapest deal currently onthe Panasonic.
The Sony is on a similar priced deal at a well known retailer.(including bluray, specs and free discs)
#26
cityslicker
Yep. I too am torn between the Panasonic and the Sony EX803

I bought my mum and EX503 and it is a brilliant TV for the price (£569 at the time)
Really impressed with Sony.


But I am really thrown by the Panasonic. It's a plasma, has another 2", a FreeSat tuner.
However the Sony just looks better and i know the interface is sharper and better thought out.

Prices and bundles are broadly similar. This is the cheapest deal currently onthe Panasonic.
The Sony is on a similar priced deal at a well known retailer.(including bluray, specs and free discs)


What about plasma vs lcd, you must prefer one?
I wouldn't get anything but a plasma for my main tv. The picture quality is just more natural. Personal preference and all that, just saying you should consider that.

Edited By: bman on Nov 12, 2010 22:44
#27
I used to have a plasma and it was great.
But reports (on google!) about this edge lit LCD say that it produces amazing pictures and even better blacks than the Panasonic plasma.

I think the LCD/plasma debate is a bit hit and miss.
Seems to me that a well calibrated set of either LCD or plasma produces excellent results.
#28
cityslicker
I used to have a plasma and it was great.
But reports (on google!) about this edge lit LCD say that it produces amazing pictures and even better blacks than the Panasonic plasma.

I think the LCD/plasma debate is a bit hit and miss.
Seems to me that a well calibrated set of either LCD or plasma produces excellent results.


It's down to personal choice. You need to see both sets working in a specialist tv shop and make up your own mind. I would seriously consider the Panasonic if I had the money, if 3D turns out to be just a fad it's still a great set for 2D viewing!
#29
People are talking about LCD v plasma led tvs produce an amazing picture probably the best overall expecialy on dark scenes there is no lag or shadowing on led samsung are very good for these !!
#30
garbage456
Wolf
Film-makers will rarely, very rarely, consider making true 3-D films due to the cost, all you will get are a similar effect like the red and blue glasses. The demos in the stores are specially made to sucker you in. The home experience will be anything but average and that's only if you have enough novelty specs to go round and have a wide enough sofa with a TV at eye level to get the desired effect. Might be a hot price but for an already cold product judging by sales.


todays 3d is NOTHING like the old red and blue glasses


I must be a sucker cos I'm sold on 3D too. And having seen a demo I'm convinced it will be Games not movies which will take 3D to the mainstream. Games are made in 3D, will be easy to convert and with games it's all about immersion which 3D delivers in spades.

Sony put a lot of blu-ray disc players into peoples houses with their PS3. With the recent upgrade they have done the same with 3D. Gran Tourismo 5 in 3D is coming and gets my vote!

On the glasses front, whilst they are not too bad at the moment, I'm sure they will get lighter and less bulky in the future.
#31
Anyone know if you can buy a 5 year Panny Warranty separately?
#32
great tv tested it at currys the other day but wa the 50" one which if you have got the money i would go for to get the best 3d experience.

the only thing putting me off buying one at the mo is the fact for some reason on ebay there seem to be alot of these for sale that are refurbs so im wondering why???? will something go wrong with it in a short time?
#33
how many more times we gonna get suckered into buying 3d stuff, everytime summit 3d is out its life is so short and people are stuck with these things, although i rate panny as the best £999 is far too much for this package unless u have cash to burn.
#34
Gotta love the fanboys, zomg this is the best tv in the world coz it's a panny

This is a budget version of the VT20, the VT20 IMO (and many others over at avforums ) is nowhere near as good at 3D as any of the samsung tv's.

Try before u buy



Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Nov 13, 2010 10:13
#35
Good deal' For an indepth review check out:

http://www.avforums.com/review/Panasonic-GT20-TX-P42GT20B-42GT20-Review.html



Edited By: drunkenmaster on Nov 13, 2010 11:45
#36
hotyoda
garbage456
Wolf
Film-makers will rarely, very rarely, consider making true 3-D films due to the cost, all you will get are a similar effect like the red and blue glasses. The demos in the stores are specially made to sucker you in. The home experience will be anything but average and that's only if you have enough novelty specs to go round and have a wide enough sofa with a TV at eye level to get the desired effect. Might be a hot price but for an already cold product judging by sales.


todays 3d is NOTHING like the old red and blue glasses


I must be a sucker cos I'm sold on 3D too. And having seen a demo I'm convinced it will be Games not movies which will take 3D to the mainstream.

Demos will always look good but you need the movies to back it up and they just aren't there. Not true 3-D that the demo shows. How many true production 3-D films are out there and not the psuedo 3-D that will be favoured to keep costs down? I was reading somewhere that the cost of a true 3-D film doubles the cost, i'll try and find the article. No film company will do that in this financial climate. That's why i know it will be a novelty for Christmas.
Games maybe but prolonged play still brings that motion sickness they haven't fixed yet. The 3-DS looks good!
#37
hotyoda
Anyone know if you can buy a 5 year Panny Warranty separately?


Here
#38
Amazon warranty Here
#39
p-e-t-e
Amazon warranty [url=Here]Here[/url]


Wow nearly £300! I'm sure I'd heard on here you can get one from Panasonic for £90.....wishful thinking I suppose.
#40
SpamJavelin
£300 premium over the equivalent 2D set?

AGREED £420 difference , first generation 3d , it must get better and cheaper. you also need another 2 pairs so thats another 150. save your self 500 and put it towards the few movies in the cinema you watch..sport ... im sure you can survive without it.

hot for the price which is cheaper, not the product

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