Panasonic TX-P50G10 50" refurbished @ £730 (+£65.99) (built in FreesatHD) @ electrical deals - HotUKDeals
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A really good TV. I am very impressed with mine. I paid £900+ for this about 2 months ago & I thought I got it for an excellent price.

For those looking at similar TVs I couldn't tell any real difference in picture quality from this and the newer G20 panel. The G10 is better than the u10/v10/x10/s10 panels though, as it is less reflective which made the contrast more apparent, & colours more accurate.

I also compared with quite a few LCDs esp the 50" Samsungs. The Panasonic beat the Samsung on quality for faster moving pictures due to the Plasma screen quick response, the viewing angle was also better on the Panasonic. The Samsung does beat the Panasonic hands down on energy efficiency however, if that comes into your equation.

Oh & the TX-P50G10B is just the UK model name for the TX-P50G10 incase that comes up in your search.

Sorry, ive garbled, but hope it helps someone before they fork out a lot of money, - & no, I dont work for Panasonic!

JT
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Yes, a very good TV. I have this exact same model from Richer Sounds and paid £900 plus £90 for a 5 year warrantry. With a £30 delivery charge I paid £1,020.

Might be worth a look if your interested in this deal but want a brand new one.

Also note this is a discontinued TV and has been replaced by the G15 and G20, but both of these cost much more then £1,000.
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Interestingly, the 400Hz model is just £30.00 cheaper (Same supplier) making this a pretty good deal by all accounts.
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Anyone know the reason for the cold Vote??
Im after something like this and wondering are there better deals then.
#5
This would have been a great deal, but the refurbished bit gets alarm bells ringing.

The 2009 range of Panasonic plasmas (which the G10 is one) has a serious flaw. You lose your 'out of box' blacks in steps (viewing hours, 500, 1000, 2000 has been claimed) . This is because the voltage to the panel is increased to preserve panel life. The problem is that Panasonic has implemented this technology very badly. The MLL has been acknowledged by both USA and UK Panasonic, but they claim this is a feature and are not acknowledging this as a problem as they have a pending lawsuit in USA.

Now, the problem manifests itself very badly in some sets and not so in others, although they all go through this MLL rise. Repairs don't help, because even with a panel replacement, 'A' board replacement and 'Sustain' board replacement the problem resurfaces after the hours have been clocked up again.

There are many many happy G10 and V10 owners out there, either because the MLL rise has not been so dramatic or their viewing pattern means they haven't noticed it. So I am not slating Panasonic or plasma technology, merely that there is a problem people should be cautious of. The 2010 range also has similar technology but it is in finer steps and thus one hopes would not have the distressing effects of the 2009 range.

Many people have been fighting their retailers and Panasonic and have been returning their sets. I would hate it if a fellow HKUDer ended up with one of these returned sets, as a refurbished. So just be careful.
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killerferret
Anyone know the reason for the cold Vote??
Im after something like this and wondering are there better deals then.


- It's a Plasma, some people on here don't like plasma.
- It's £800,most are happy to spend £400 on a Tecknica and will not appreciate the inherent qualities of this panel. (I am not being hypocritical, the points I make elsewhere is still valid and doesn't take away the qualities of this screen).
- There are panels of similar quality (maybe a little inferior) available at a similar price.

Don't let cold votes put you off. Do your research, go and view it (ideally in a properly set-up environment).

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