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PANASONIC TX-P50C2B 50" HD Ready Plasma TV - Black £499.00 @Currys

£499.00 @ Currys
Bring high quality entertainment to your home with the Panasonic TX-P50C2B 50" HD Ready Plasma TV! This beautiful 50-inch television has a fantastic 100 Hz Double Scan frame frequency, complemented by… Read More
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Bring high quality entertainment to your home with the Panasonic TX-P50C2B 50" HD Ready Plasma TV! This beautiful 50-inch television has a fantastic 100 Hz Double Scan frame frequency, complemented by Dolby Digital sound, and a sleek black design that will make it a great centrepiece in any home or home cinema system!

The Panasonic TX-P50C2B 50" HD Ready Plasma TV has a crisp 1024x768 resolution, with a 16:9 aspect ratio for widescreen enjoyment. Connectivity on this television includes two HDMI ports, SCART and S-video ports, and component and composite inputs, while audio is taken care of by a headphone port and digital audio out. The V-Audio virtual surround and Dolby Digital sound complement the great image quality for a truly great movie experience!

You can also enjoy content from various AV devices using only the VIERA remote control, thanks to the VIERA Link. The built-in digital Freeview tuner gives you access to many free-to-air television and radio channels, subject to coverage in your area. If you are looking for fuss-free functionality, with stunning image quality and powerful audio, the great-value Panasonic TX-P50C2B 50" HD Ready Plasma TV is the one for you!
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#1
720p blown up to 50 inches. No thanks.
#2
JoeUK
720p blown up to 50 inches. No thanks.


Show me a Panasonic 1080p 50" for £500
#3
JoeUK
720p blown up to 50 inches. No thanks.


My brothers Sanyo Z4 blows 720p to 120 inches Diagonal and it looks amazing, blows the crap out of any LCD or Plasma I've ever seen.
#4
what is it with Plasmas, is it true they only last a few years?
1 Like #5
taurus_the_bull
what is it with Plasmas, is it true they only last a few years?

Yes and they need regassing every 12 months too
#6
the porter
taurus_the_bull
what is it with Plasmas, is it true they only last a few years?

Yes and they need regassing every 12 months too


And none of em run on unleaded or diesel, you'll also have to buy cans of snake fart to run plasma tele's on!!
#7
the porter
taurus_the_bull
what is it with Plasmas, is it true they only last a few years?

Yes and they need regassing every 12 months too


12 months? You sure?
I have to fart in front of mine every few months to keep it gassed up.....
#8
the porter
taurus_the_bull
what is it with Plasmas, is it true they only last a few years?
Yes and they need regassing every 12 months too

AFPMSL!

Worst reply EVER! lol
#9
I have had my Panny PW6 for nearly 5 years and no issues.
#10
Had my 37" panny for 4 years when it started to develop 2 lines on the screen, £528 for a replacement panel - on insurance of course!

Not put me off Plasma, I prefer the screens to LCD....
#11
I have a plasma regassing unit made by Hoover here for £1000, you can buy it off me and start your own business because I have my share of £100000 coming from Africa.
#12
JoeUK
720p blown up to 50 inches. No thanks.

So you know nothing about resolution in relation to viewing distance then? Very good, you just proved to everyone on how silly you have just been.
#13
Shame these suffer with burn in.
#14
my samsung 720p 50" is great most ps3 games to date have been 720 and so is sky and as I sit a goot 8' from my plasma the picture is great!
#15
I have a 42 in plasma for a few years now never had a problem with it . These people that say a plasma needs regassing don't have a clue really.
#16
acable121
my samsung 720p 50" is great most ps3 games to date have been 720 and so is sky and as I sit a goot 8' from my plasma the picture is great!

Sky HD and Virgin HD are both 1080i, not 720p.
#17
shawty1984
acable121
my samsung 720p 50" is great most ps3 games to date have been 720 and so is sky and as I sit a goot 8' from my plasma the picture is great!


Sky HD and Virgin HD are both 1080i, not 720p.


they are whatever you put in the settings 720 or 1080i or auto or on vmhd wide settings

Edited By: the porter on Jan 01, 2011 01:37: g
#18
the porter
shawty1984
acable121
my samsung 720p 50" is great most ps3 games to date have been 720 and so is sky and as I sit a goot 8' from my plasma the picture is great!


Sky HD and Virgin HD are both 1080i, not 720p.


they are whatever you put in the settings 720 or 1080i or auto or on vmhd wide settings


Yeah but the native signal that is broadcast is 1080i
#19
Sorry, cold from me due to lack of Screen Filter in the C models, these are reflective screens in certain enviroments.
#20
Voted HOT!

My panasonic px80 720p is a better than my samsung 1080p LCD, it's a shame so many people are attached to the res of a tv when so much more makes up a good TV.
#21
shawty1984
acable121
my samsung 720p 50" is great most ps3 games to date have been 720 and so is sky and as I sit a goot 8' from my plasma the picture is great!
Sky HD and Virgin HD are both 1080i, not 720p.

No, they are 1080i, that is what they output at source regardless of what you choose. Or to you, is the Call of Duty series 1080p because you can choose it in the settings? Call of Duty is 640p (or 600p) one or the other, the same as Virgin HD and Sky HD are 1080i, not 720p.
#22
taurus_the_bull
what is it with Plasmas, is it true they only last a few years?

i have a pioneer 50" which ive had for 9 1/2 years and its still knocks the pants off many new plasma and lcd
#23
anyone bought this yet? really tempted but worried about its picture....lack of internet reviews as well so any advice would be much appreciated
#24
Just bought this tv today in curries for £491.
It is fabulous! Just sitting here watching footy on sky sports HD and cannot fault the picture quality at all!

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