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TX-P42ST30B Features

42 inch VIERA Neo Plasma Full HD 3D TV
2D to 3D Conversion
Freeview HD
600Hz Intelligent Frame creation Pro
3D Display (3D glasses required)
Skype Ready (camera required)
WiFi Ready (dongle required)
3D 24p Smooth Film
1080p HD Resolution
Game Mode
Skype Video Calling
Infinite Black PRO Contrast
Game mode
Eco mode
SD Memory card viewer
V-Audio Surrond Sound Engine
NeoPlasma Panel
VIERA Image Viewer
VIERA Link
VIERA Connect
USB HDD Recording
1 year standard warranty
Connections

4 x HDMI In
2 x USB
1 x Composite In
1 x Component In
1 x Scart
1 x Audio In
1 x Headphone Jack
1 x LAN
1 x Optical Out
Dimensions (with stand)

W x H x D: 1020 x 675 x 320mm
Weight: 23Kg
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2 Likes #1
Dont forget 2% Quidco for another £10 cashback (hopefully).
#2
Prefer my £199 TX-P50ST30B
1 Like #3
royals
Prefer my £199 TX-P50ST30B


How? Where?
#4
royals
Prefer my £199 TX-P50ST30B


If you got this for £199 then well done, but sounds fairly hard to believe :)
#5
You should post the deal at £199 instead of bragging.
3 Likes #6
royals
Prefer my £199 TX-P50ST30B

(Yawn) Boring!
#7
The £199 50" st30 was an m&s misprice not long ago that they honoured and sent out the tv's. I saw the post on hotukdeals but didnt order because i thought there was no way they would honour the price, gutted lol!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-50-tx-p50st30b-3d-plasma-tv-m-s-offer-day-599-5-year-m-s-guarantee-1112810?dforward=true


Edited By: sitalchauhan on Feb 06, 2012 07:25
#8
Really want to get this but can't be doing with the hassle of getting the green blob issue that seems to be haunting 2011 Panasonics. Anyone got any better alternatives?
#9
Don't forget to get John Lewis to price match. You can get the 46ST for £610 price matched as well ;) I ended up buying a 42VT for 899 from them though lol
#10
got one no green issues here
#13
Where will JL price match the 46ST for 610?
#14
These were actually £50 cheaper from Amazon just 3 weeks ago, though I suppose with time, stocks of all the 2011 model range will be dwindling, so maybe won't be repeated....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-smart-viera-tx-p42st30b-42-inch-full-hd-1080p-3d-600hz-internet-ready-1114033
#15
One of the online shops (has a retail shop though apparently), I don't have time to find it for you now your gnna have to spend 10 minutes googling.
#16
Its a great tv , had no issues with this at all i would defo buy this tele at this price its got a great picture . I paid £599 with a free panasonic 5 year warranty about 6 months ago
#17
I got this TV, had no issues with it. Good set all in all. Paid £500 a couple of months back from JL
#18
I have this tv and it's fantastic.
(and I am quite fussy)
#19
Get a Samsung d8000, much better tv's ;) plasma is old tech
#20
I also have this tv,paid 469 just before Christmas,VERY very happy with it,for playing games and also tv.
#21
sitalchauhan
The £199 50" st30 was an m&s misprice not long ago that they honoured and sent out the tv's. I saw the post on hotukdeals but didnt order because i thought there was no way they would honour the price, gutted lol!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-50-tx-p50st30b-3d-plasma-tv-m-s-offer-day-599-5-year-m-s-guarantee-1112810?dforward=true


i thought they wouldnt honour it, but amazingly they did - got 2, 1 for a friend
#22
Just a heads up, this is back in stock over at John Lewis for £549.95 with 5 year warranty. (_;)
#23
I also heartily recommend this TV
Ive used it a while now and really cant fault it
Plasma isnt as bright as my OLED Living room TV but the picture seems more natural somehow
and perfect for the bedroom

I got it a few weeks ago @£450 from JL (NKU Match)
#24


A few tv updates have sorted out the issue
#25
fancy this - anyone any idea where to get glasses at a decent price ?
#26
brianp9
fancy this - anyone any idea where to get glasses at a decent price ?


Amazon are probably your best bet. :)
#27
Stilling thinking about getting this for £549 with JL since the 5 year warranty will come in useful when anything goes wrong (which by the sounds of it over at AVForums it will!)...

Are JL price matching anywhere cheaper? I've seen some people got it for £549 with two free glasses (i don't eally care for the glasses), and some have had £449. So i realise there is a minimum scope to shave £100 off somewhere, but maybe not right now?

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