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thomasoldbury39 11 Likes
Plasma sets like this are capable of greater brightnesses than any LED based set. However, you will quickly tire from the factory default "torch mode". Turn the brightness down after purchase!

I repair TVs, Panasonic and Sony make some of the best, Samsung are pretty poor (especially for the price), LG are so-so.

These newer X50B series TVs are quite cut down compared to other Panasonic plasmas and the build quality is poorer but compared to Samsung plasma displays they will last much longer and give a long, useful life.

Samsung's B450/C450 series is comparable, and I have seen quite a few of them dying, due to poor component choices and build quality, so I would avoid them.


Edited By: thomasoldbury39 on Dec 26, 2012 23:24

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aurora#1
Gone down a tenner in price since posted the other day. £299 at Asda if you don't want to wait for delivery. I think these are good value as it's a top brand, even though they are not full hd.
LOUGHBORO GUY#2
Freeview hd tuner a bonus and Leeds united now have millions to spend they will go up !
mikeyw 3 Likes #3
Awesome tv's - different league to 1080p led
mikeswrx02#4
aurora
Gone down a tenner in price since posted the other day. £299 at Asda if you don't want to wait for delivery. I think these are good value as it's a top brand, even though they are not full hd.

Not top brand anymore, Samsung is on top dude!
freebiehunter#5
Quality tv at a bargain price
moob 1 Like #6
mikeswrx02
aurora
Gone down a tenner in price since posted the other day. £299 at Asda if you don't want to wait for delivery. I think these are good value as it's a top brand, even though they are not full hd.

Not top brand anymore, Samsung is on top dude!
Not really. When it comes to quality plasma, you really can't beat Panasonic. Reviews will back that up.
Crossy#7
mikeyw
Awesome tv's - different league to 1080p led

Wtf u on about? that comment makes no sense at all.
SugarRay#8
I would rather pay an extra £40 for a 5 year guarantee from John Lewis
Crossy 3 Likes #9
mikeswrx02
aurora
Gone down a tenner in price since posted the other day. £299 at Asda if you don't want to wait for delivery. I think these are good value as it's a top brand, even though they are not full hd.

Not top brand anymore, Samsung is on top dude!

In terms of sales yes, that does not make them the best around.

Panasonic makes some great TV`s both plasma and LED and still in fact make great sets...

Do people just make stuff up on here?

Edited By: Crossy on Dec 26, 2012 20:37
spannerzone#10
Super cheap price that's for sure.
KashMoney123#11
Which are better... plasmas or LEDs?
sancho1983#12
Crossy
mikeyw
Awesome tv's - different league to 1080p led

Wtf u on about? that comment makes no sense at all.

Of course it makes sense.

This thread will soon be filled with idiots pointing out that it's not full hd. They will be pleased that they have a shiny full hd led tv by LG, or a quality brand like cello.

In actual fact this will be "in a different league" to the aforementioned led tvs.

Simples
Crossy#13
KashMoney123
Which are better... plasmas or LEDs?

Depends on model as aposed to technology...

LED will give you a much brighter image where as plasma will give a more natural looking image.

But as I said depends on the model.

This TV is good VALUE for money no doubt but you cannot compare it to more expensive models either LED or Plasma.
Aaron1628#15
LOUGHBORO GUY
and Leeds united now have millions to spend they will go up !

Judging by that crap I paid to watch today we're not going anywhere haha.
thomasoldbury39 11 Likes #16
Plasma sets like this are capable of greater brightnesses than any LED based set. However, you will quickly tire from the factory default "torch mode". Turn the brightness down after purchase!

I repair TVs, Panasonic and Sony make some of the best, Samsung are pretty poor (especially for the price), LG are so-so.

These newer X50B series TVs are quite cut down compared to other Panasonic plasmas and the build quality is poorer but compared to Samsung plasma displays they will last much longer and give a long, useful life.

Samsung's B450/C450 series is comparable, and I have seen quite a few of them dying, due to poor component choices and build quality, so I would avoid them.


Edited By: thomasoldbury39 on Dec 26, 2012 23:24
Likely2 1 Like #17
moob
mikeswrx02
aurora
Gone down a tenner in price since posted the other day. £299 at Asda if you don't want to wait for delivery. I think these are good value as it's a top brand, even though they are not full hd.

Not top brand anymore, Samsung is on top dude!
Not really. When it comes to quality plasma, you really can't beat Panasonic. Reviews will back that up.

Unless you own a Pioneer of course....
Savo 1 Like #18
mikeswrx02
aurora
Gone down a tenner in price since posted the other day. £299 at Asda if you don't want to wait for delivery. I think these are good value as it's a top brand, even though they are not full hd.

Not top brand anymore, Samsung is on top dude!
no it isnt
Crossy 1 Like #19
thomasoldbury39
Plasma sets like this are capable of greater brightnesses than any LED based set. However, you will quickly tire from the factory default "torch mode". Turn the brightness down after purchase!

Explain this ?

Every conference or training seminar I have ever been to has stated otherwise. LED can achieve higher brightness levels than plasma. Although the environment the set is in can make some difference.

Edited By: Crossy on Dec 26, 2012 23:52
alternate#20
Crossy
thomasoldbury39
Plasma sets like this are capable of greater brightnesses than any LED based set. However, you will quickly tire from the factory default "torch mode". Turn the brightness down after purchase!

Explain this ?

Every conference or training seminar I have ever been to has stated otherwise. LED can achieve higher brightness levels than plasma. Although the environment the set is in can make some difference.

He is making it up as he goes. Build quality is the same as high end also - metal back, etc, they just use cheaper panels and skimp on connectivity to hit a budget price.

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