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Panasonic TX-P50c10 £599.00 @ RicherSounds

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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
The Panasonic TX-P50c10 is an economy version of their award-winning TX-P50x10 model. With a more basic casing and fewer sockets it makes for a stunning value 50" plasma TV.
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#1
ok so that was my first deal and something obv went wrong, sorry i was not being annoying on purpose.
#2
branchinghenk
ok so that was my first deal and something obv went wrong, sorry i was not being annoying on purpose.


Lol, got to start somewhere, should have seen the first deal i posted, shocking:oops:
#3
good deal, well done
#4
branchinghenk
ok so that was my first deal and something obv went wrong, sorry i was not being annoying on purpose.


Hey dont put yourself down. One of the first deals i posted was for a Playboy Porno. Needless to say it got removed pretty quickly.

You'll get used to it and get some deals on the hot wall soon ;-)
#5
Big telly for the money and a Panasonic.
Probably worth paying the extra £59.95 for the 5 year guarantee.
#6
stevey_p7
Hey dont put yourself down. One of the first deals i posted was for a Playboy Porno. Needless to say it got removed pretty quickly.

You'll get used to it and get some deals on the hot wall soon ;-)


:-D
#7
Hot deal, great telly for the money. Gd first deal :)


The 42" model is on offer at Currys atm
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/415933/panasonic-tx-p42c10b-42-plasma-499-
#8
Not 1080P, I'll give it a miss. I mean it's cheap for a massive plasma, but at that size I'd want at a higher resolution.
#9
Voted HOT I was going to post it myself as its a stonking good deal, nearly the same as the X10 and £100 cheaper, better than the 50inch 720p LGs, tempted to get it myself, no delivery though
#10
Fatal Exception
Not 1080P, I'll give it a miss. I mean it's cheap for a massive plasma, but at that size I'd want at a higher resolution.


Unless you watch blu-ray 1080p is of no benefit, and I have a 1080p set
#11
The only disappointing thing about this set is that it has no anti-glare filter so reflections could be an issue for some. Apart from that it's a great deal.:thumbsup:
#12
oh crap. how do i tell my dad about this deal after his 2-month old £600 42" "doesn't seem big enough" after it was put on the wall... lol
#13
mind add the £59.95 delivery charge
#14
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lg3000/lg-32lg3000

I got this from them on Wednesday and they have dropped the price £50 already... great tele though
#15
kinetic
The only disappointing thing about this set is that it has no anti-glare filter so reflections could be an issue for some. Apart from that it's a great deal.:thumbsup:


I looked at the 42" versions of the C10 and X10 next to each other and to be honest I don't think I could live with the lack of the anti-glare filter. I viewed in a darkish shop and the reflection was very noticeable and obvious and I don't personally think I could live with it.
#16
I have the 42 inch and its a great tv. I do have it mounted on a stand but it looks great!!!!
#17
Voted cold, better televisions available for same money by LG. This television is stupidly reflective which the Panasonic x10 and lg equivalent arnt.
#18
Tightmartin
I looked at the 42" versions of the C10 and X10 next to each other and to be honest I don't think I could live with the lack of the anti-glare filter. I viewed in a darkish shop and the reflection was very noticeable and obvious and I don't personally think I could live with it.


I have the 42X10 myself and I got it for that very reason. :thumbsup:
#19
joel1966
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lg3000/lg-32lg3000

I got this from them on Wednesday and they have dropped the price £50 already... great tele though


Ring the RS customer service number up and they'll post you a cheque for the difference :thumbsup:
#20
x10 people are quite protective hehe. It's so easy to work them up !!!!!!!!!
#21
jimbhoyx
mind add the £59.95 delivery charge


Change to the £20 option, total £619.
#22
Uridium
Ring the RS customer service number up and they'll post you a cheque for the difference :thumbsup:


do you think so? I shall try:thumbsup:
#23
Recently bought a cinema system & a humax pvr from richer sounds and found thier customer service excellent. Prices already best I could find and still were prepared to haggle. Also salesman took a lot of time to explain the whys and wherefore without being at all pushy. Had a problem with the cinema sysyem and they replaced it immediately. The warranty is worth having as it's reasonably priced (10 per cent of purchase) & if you don't claim on it they will give you the cost of it back at the end of the term!!):thumbsup:
#24
I've got the C10. It is way more reflective than the X10, but it's also less expensive.

Horses for courses, if you've got the money go for the X10, but I'm pretty impressed with mine.
#25
Ive seen the PQ6000 for £30 more
#26
fantastic price for a 50", especially for a panasonic

heat and rep added
#27
Fatal Exception
Not 1080P, I'll give it a miss. I mean it's cheap for a massive plasma, but at that size I'd want at a higher resolution.


You really haven't seen the results have you!
You're focussing too much on numbers and too little on quality
An LG with 1080p will look less impressive than this baby - trust me!
Panasonic are the leaders at the moment - totally awesome stuff both Plasma and LCD
Sony are starting to lose ground and Pioneer are apparently pulling out of the market.

That's my opinion anyway - and it is backed up by most reviews.
#28
I bought the C10 42" when you could get it from John Lewis for £499 + 5 yr guarantee - It does have alot
of reflection - but as I watch most tv in the evenings its not a bother to me.

I stood in my local tesco extra a few weeks ago having a good look at the x10 and unless there is a little
switch on the remote to put the anti-reflective "device" on then I would say you get alot of reflection on that too
I could see every strip light down the aisles in the screen and all the shelves in the store etc.

So if any x10 fans say there is low reflective qualities I would say that just isn't the case.
1 Like #29
Voted Hot.. I am buying 2..one for kitchen..1 to put in the Bath..May be one for the garage so scooby can stay entertained.
#30
To (1080) P or not to P, that is the question... ...economy shmonomy, still a great deal!
#31
Fatal Exception
Not 1080P, I'll give it a miss. I mean it's cheap for a massive plasma, but at that size I'd want at a higher resolution.



I was scrolling down knowing full well someone would say that. So predictable...so boring....Read it all before a zillion times.......its not 1080p blah blah...then someone says yeah have you ever seen it etc etc
#32
sundayraver
Ive seen the PQ6000 for £30 more


Ow really where is that then?

Is that the 50PQ6000?

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