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Panasonic TX-P42S10B Plasma 1080p 5 Year Warranty - Selfridges - £699 £699.99

£699.99 @ Selfridges
Contents of description stolen from a previous deal! Consider the fact that it is 1080p and with a frame rate of 400hz and a john lewis gurantee... leave your comment about the TV Sit back an… Read More
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Contents of description stolen from a previous deal!

Consider the fact that it is 1080p and with a frame rate of 400hz and a john lewis gurantee...

leave your comment about the TV

Sit back and enjoy stunning HD images with this Panasonic Viera TX-P42S10B 42 plasma television.
Its state-of-the-art technology gives amazing picture quality, with the 400Hz Intelligent Frame Creation giving fantastic resolution even during fast moving scenes something football fans and film buffs will both appreciate.

The V-Real Pro 3 signal processing perfectly optimises the performance of the screen to render smooth, crystal-clear motion without compromising on delicate colours with their rich graduation.

Sound is enhanced with its in-built V-Real surround sound technology (with bass extension), while the 24p Real Cinema settings offers enhanced judder-free playback, giving a smooth film look. The 3 HDMI sockets allow you to hook-up your Blu-ray player, PVRs and games consoles with ease.

The TX-P42S10B is also capable of playing footage straight from your camcorder in high-definition mode and you can view a slideshow of your photos - just remove the SD memory card from your digital still camera, and slip it in the slot.

This television is high definition ready which means it has the ability to display high definition signals with the addition of a separate HD receiver. HD broadcasts are at a much higher resolution than regular analogue or digital broadcasts and have greatly enhanced picture quality. The level of detail is astonishing with clearer, sharper and more vibrant images.


Full HD 1080p
1080p is the purest form of high definition that a television can display. This leads to a smoother, more film-like image, which will satisfy sports and movie lovers alike. With a 1080p signal, the information that makes up an image is displayed progressively or all at once, rather than in an interlaced fashion.
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Audio qualityDifferent manufacturers use different sound systems to improve your audio experience V-Audio Surround
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#1
Will post a reciept when I am less tired.
Picked this up in the Birmingham store.
They can order more in, when needed!
#2
great p;rice
#3
v nice prob best tv £700 could buy with warranty.
#4
Heat added, looks like another good deal!
#5
Bought the 50" version of this about three months ago, would definitley recommend.
#6
Excellent Find!
#7
I asked a question about 'Plasmas' on this other post...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/425510/showthread.php?t=425510&page=4

My question was...
Blasphemous
Can anyone tell me what the 'Screen Burn' is like on these? I remember when Plasmas first came out, you couldn't leave a picture on the screen too long or it would 'burn' into the screen leaving you with the image on the screen permanently. Is this still an issue with Plasmas or are these newer screens 'burn' free?

Thanks in advance for any help.


Can anyone here give me any guidance?

Thank you in advance.
#8
Blasphemous
I asked a question about 'Plasmas' on this other post...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/425510/showthread.php?t=425510&page=4

My question was...


Can anyone here give me any guidance?

Thank you in advance.


It is a thing of the past. There was an explanation and name of the Panasonic technology to combat it. Plasma over LCD from me anyday!
#9
Great price, the question is do I get this one now or do I save up a bit more and wait for the V series to reduce in price :thinking:

H & R added
#10
Blasphemous
I asked a question about 'Plasmas' on this other post...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/425510/showthread.php?t=425510&page=4

My question was...


Can anyone here give me any guidance?

Thank you in advance.


It its more of a thing of the past but in some cases LG and Samsungs can be susceptible to screenburn. Panasonic and Pioneer models however dont get this making them the best TVs you can get with no draw backs.

Cant recommend anything better for this price, great buy. especially with the warranty
#11
Would buy this if I had a spare £700! Can't believe it's only 50 quid more than my 32" Sony LCD I bought a couple of years ago..
#12
HOT.. But similar deal if you live near Peterborough and have an old scrap TV to P/X in :thumbsup:

http://www.mrmdvd.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=1032
#13
erm sorry if i've missed this somewhere, but how bg is the tv? *or am i just being blind again?*
#14
looks good
whats the v series is there much diffrence?
#15
Its a 42".
#16
tonico
looks good
whats the v series is there much diffrence?

V Series has freesat and a few other gadgets / gizmos but it's nearly double the price at the mo
#17
Called Selfridges in London, they sell it at 911GBP.
So not sure where you saw this?
#18
John Lewis Brent X has this at £699 on undersale I think, I saw it at the weekend
Just have to find those pound coins under the sofa know :roll:
#19
£799 in the Edinburgh John Lewis store. Will they price match? If so can someone link me to somewhere selling at OPs price.
Thanks
#20
#21
stezo2k
Pioneer models however dont get this making them the best TVs you can get with no draw backs.


Nonsense :roll:
Screen burn is one of the many inherent flaws of plasma tech and although it can be reduced with various technology's it can never be completely removed. But hey I guess you guys know more than the Pioneer engineers who only happen to produce the best Plasma screens on the market!!
You had better let them know that they can remove the 'Screen Wash' option from their telly's as they don't suffer from image retention anymore!! :roll:

Plasma has had it's day and 3+ years ago it was king, but only a fool would buy one today imho.
The picture quality difference today between plasma and the latest Samsung or Sony LCD panels is not significant enough to make up for the many flaws in plasma technology imo!!
#22
Leftfield

Plasma has had it's day and 3+ years ago it was king, but only a fool would buy one today imho.


Incorrect; only a fool (or a Troll) would write that post. No current technology comes close to plasma at this size and this price.

HOT HOT HOT

(but you only need 1080 on a set this size if you are sitting 7-8 ft away)
#23
SpamJavelin
Incorrect; only a fool (or a Troll) would write that post. No current technology comes close to plasma at this size and this price.

HOT HOT HOT

(but you only need 1080 on a set this size if you are sitting 7-8 ft away)


lol if you say so mate :roll:

We have both a Kuro and a w4500 in our household and if I had to buy another TV tomorrow it would be another Sony (LCD).
The difference in quality is insignificant imo with the Pioneer JUST pipping it, however it use's shed loads of power, has annoying cooling fans and DOES suffer from image retention which IS an issue considering the amount of channels that have DOGS these days!!
#24
Leftfield
lol if you say so mate :roll:

We have both a Kuro and a w4500 in our household and if I had to buy another TV tomorrow it would be another Sony (LCD).
The difference in quality is insignificant imo with the Pioneer JUST pipping it, however it use's shed loads of power, has annoying cooling fans and DOES suffer from image retention which IS an issue considering the amount of channels that have DOGS these days!!


rubbish
#25
Leftfield
Nonsense :roll:
Screen burn is one of the many inherent flaws of plasma tech and although it can be reduced with various technology's it can never be completely removed. But hey I guess you guys know more than the Pioneer engineers who only happen to produce the best Plasma screens on the market!!
You had better let them know that they can remove the 'Screen Wash' option from their telly's as they don't suffer from image retention anymore!! :roll:

Plasma has had it's day and 3+ years ago it was king, but only a fool would buy one today imho.
The picture quality difference today between plasma and the latest Samsung or Sony LCD panels is not significant enough to make up for the many flaws in plasma technology imo!!

What a lot rubbish! I am an engineer and what your saying is absolute nonsense!!
#26
Got JL in Glasgow to pricematch the Pana 42PX10 last week against Richer Sounds - 569 collected inc 5 year warranty.

My old man is over the moon with his new purchase.

This is hot for 1080p, but not everyone needs 1080p and they do burn more leccy.
#27
Leftfield
Nonsense :roll:
Screen burn is one of the many inherent flaws of plasma tech and although it can be reduced with various technology's it can never be completely removed. But hey I guess you guys know more than the Pioneer engineers who only happen to produce the best Plasma screens on the market!!
You had better let them know that they can remove the 'Screen Wash' option from their telly's as they don't suffer from image retention anymore!! :roll:

Plasma has had it's day and 3+ years ago it was king, but only a fool would buy one today imho.
The picture quality difference today between plasma and the latest Samsung or Sony LCD panels is not significant enough to make up for the many flaws in plasma technology imo!!


My Pioneer 436 XDE is very prone to image retention. I have a wee EA Sports in the corner that refuses to shift its butt despite PS3 being relegated from it over a year ago!

Can't say that I have ever seen an LCD that is any match for it though!! The new Panasonic 42PX10 looks pretty good too!
#28
WalterSmith, is that one of these 'newer' models or an old style Plasma?

My question seems to have stirred up quite a bit of conjecture. At the risk of sounding pedantic, does anyone have a definitive answer to my 'Screen Burn' question?

Thank you in advance once again.
#29
Leftfield
lol if you say so mate :roll:

We have both a Kuro and a w4500 in our household and if I had to buy another TV tomorrow it would be another Sony (LCD).
The difference in quality is insignificant imo with the Pioneer JUST pipping it, however it use's shed loads of power, has annoying cooling fans and DOES suffer from image retention which IS an issue considering the amount of channels that have DOGS these days!!


If the Pioneer such a bag of spanners will £100 buy it? you could put it towards a new LCD
#30
Blasphemous
WalterSmith, is that one of these 'newer' models or an old style Plasma?

My question seems to have stirred up quite a bit of conjecture. At the risk of sounding pedantic, does anyone have a definitive answer to my 'Screen Burn' question?

Thank you in advance once again.


Pioneer 436 XDE is 4th Gen Pioneer, bought in 2005 IIRC.
#31
OK thanks man.
#32
thanks for the stolen description from my post lmao

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/436138/panasonic-tx-p42s10b-42-plasma-1080/
#33
mango786
thanks for the stolen description from my post lmao

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/436138/panasonic-tx-p42s10b-42-plasma-1080/


I did say I'd stolen it! :)
#34
Just bought one from Trafford Centre - the last one they had!

Cheers, h and r added!
#35
can i find this set cheaper via price matching etc or any retailer offering it cheaper?

what about the new neopdp ones? wheres can i find the cheapest?
#37
TX-50VT20B Screen Burn. I read that this should be a thing of the past but this is not true. I have had this model for two months and it has BBC News burnt into the screen already.
I am really dissapointed, I would not have bought a Plasma but was assured that the screen would not burn... It does.

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