Panasonic TX-P50G20B - 50" Widescreen Full HD TV - £649 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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50" G20 Panasonic full hd plasma on Amazon for £649.00 with free delivery. Ordered one myself so 2 left in stock!
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#1
i got this tv it's the dogs, i would have been happy giving £1500 plus for this because it's that good.
#2
Anyone who wants a good review of this tv, check out my review on amazon (under en3sge). I went into a lot of detail.
1 Like #3
Again, I never cease to be amazed by how one post for the same thing hits a heady 600+ score and this one when I first looked was -7!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-p50g20b-50-full-hd-plasma-tv-649-delivered-dixons/899952

Short answer - if you are in the market for a 50" TV - BUY IT! :)
#4
Faythur
Again, I never cease to be amazed by how one post for the same thing hits a heady 600+ score and this one when I first looked was -7!


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-p50g20b-50-full-hd-plasma-tv-649-delivered-dixons/899952


Short answer - if you are in the market for a 50" TV - BUY IT! :)

Amen
#5
i added this to my tv = Panasonic SC-BT230EB-K Blu-Ray 5.1 Home Cinema (4Xsats,1000W it costs about £235, it complements this tv,
#6
amazon are offering a 5 year waranty on top for £109,
#7
I think Dixons are doing it at the same price if Amazon becomes oos.You don't want to know what M&S are selling this TV for oO
#8
Mine is being delivered tomorrow...I'll certainly checkout the complimentary blu-ray 5.1 system. Just hope the tv lives up to the hype!
#9
this one a slightly different model its £100 cheaper £549,

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0039SLYIM/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21
#10
I want the 42" for less - G20 = great TV
#11
en3sge

can you link your review, i can't find it
#12
gangstano1
Mine is being delivered tomorrow...I'll certainly checkout the complimentary blu-ray 5.1 system. Just hope the tv lives up to the hype!

tomorrow's sunday??
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gareds1
this one a slightly different model its £100 cheaper £549,
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you're better paying the extra for the G20
1 Like #14
This TV is excellent.
I got John Lewis to pricematch PC World and got it for £699 with a 5 year warranty.
#15
en3sge
Anyone who wants a good review of this tv, check out my review on amazon (under en3sge). I went into a lot of detail.


this is a joke right?

Its the G20, successor of the G10 :)

but, here's some reviews just in case you werent kidding

the only minus side is the sound quality, but if you're buying this TV then you'd also invest in cinema amplifier with DTS HD & Dolby TrueHD:p

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2010/05/12/Panasonic-Viera-TX-P50G20B/p1

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/panasonic-viera-g20-tx-p50g20b-review-49305353/

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/panasonic-txp42g20-txp42g20b-20100308169.htm

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/plasma-and-lcd-tvs/panasonic-tx-p50g20b-685239/review

power consumption 201-280 watts 8)

youtube explanation of 600hz
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJo49LheSQQ&NR=1&feature=fvwp


Edited By: montana78 on Apr 02, 2011 09:19: youtube
#16
This one ?
Taken form Amazon link.

Panasonic TX-P50G20B 50-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV with Freeview HD and Freesat HD
by Panasonic
4.8 out of 5 stars

Price: £879.99

Only 2 left in stock--order soon.
#17
This is still in stock £649.99 at Dixons.

Mine was delivered yesterday, delivery guy phoned half an hour ahead to let my wife know. Couldn't fault them to be honest.
#18
roister
You don't want to know what M&S are selling this TV for oO

I'm guessing M&S are going to have to drop their price soon if they want to get rid of surplus stock before the new models come out.
#19
Keep checking.......

It just became available on Amazon again @ £649 from Amazon EU. 2 in stock. I got one, free first class delivery despatch estimate 2/3 April.

Now shows @ £879 from best AV centre.

Seems to be toggling seller/price
#20
I got one of these from John Lewis. Price matched to the Comet 699 deal.
#21
I cant directly link to my review on amazon so I thought I would copy and paste here instead. Bit of a long post then but I hope it makes a good read for someone wanting to buy.

**REVIEW STARTS**

Finally, after 5 months of hard, exhaustive research I have chosen my new tv. The 2010 Panasonic TX-P50G20B.

Im no techophile but at the same time I know how a bad TV can be a complete home entertainment ruiner. Having settled on this set to avoid such a scenario, I fnally took delivery of it yesterday and have had a good 10 or 12 hours so far to get used to it.

First impressions - wow!. Second impression - wow! Im on about impression 100 now and its still the same. I first tried it on the sky HD box. Great SD quality - bearing in mind a 480 line signal was being upconverted to 1080 lines on a huge 50 inch screen. Sky HD - well that ranged from good to great. Thats more the broadcaster's fault than the TV's. Some of the HD channels out there still look about SD and a half. Try Discovery HD on this set though and it will blow your mind. On THX setup (wholly recommended for most viewing) the colours were bright, crisp and clear. The blacks were properly black and the motion was fine. On occasion some bits and pieces can be a bit juddery in SD (but you really have to look hard) but turn the IFC on and that clears that up.

Next came the Xbox 360 and PS3. I tried playing a music tune on the ps3 to get the 'earth and space' background show so I could get an idea of the blacks. I have NEVER seen blacks so black. For all the people that are Kuro worshippers, how much blacker exactly do you want your blacks?! As for the gaming - smooth, no phosphor trails (trust me, I looked hard and I was playing Wipeout HD - pretty much the fastest game out there at the moment), no judder and a screen that just popped out of the glass at me. 11/10. No, make that 12/10. Impressive.

The xbox 360 was the same. Although a bit of fiddling was needed to ensure the HD DVDs played without stutter (make sure the output of the xbox is 1080p 50Hz and not 60Hz). Again, superb quality.

I have literally just finished watching avatar on Blu Ray and that truly has to be seen to be believed on this set. The colours of Pandora (esp at night) were astounding.

A few other thoughts. The sound is fine for most needs. If you like your bass obviously you are never going to hear anything special on any flat screen TV. Plenty of connections (4 HDMI is good to see). The set itself hardly makes a sound. No buzzing or whining. In fact, no fans at all! You will definitely need 2 or more people to set this TV up though. Its heavy. Well over 30kg.

Overall, at this (fairly) early stage, all thumbs up. No issues at all. I think the people who do find issues must literally sit 1 foot away from the screen for hours on end analysing every pixel. For those of us who just want to enjoy our games and movies, I believe at the moment there is no better set.

Oh and one last thing - no image retention! Ive been playing a lot of xbox and nothing left on the screen.

**REVIEW END**

May I add that I have had this TV for a good year now and I might have to disagree with my last point a bit. There is image retention (note, not burn in) with high contrast logos etc. I played battlefield bad company 2 on this for quite a few hours and it did leave a slight (but annoying) ammo counter retention on the screen that took about 2 months to clear. If you want to game then probably avoid this but for movies nothing beats it!
#22
available again on amazon @ £649 13:11pm (my clock!)


Edited By: DeanosB on Apr 02, 2011 13:10
#23
I know tomorrow is Sunday...dixons deliver 7 days a week :)
BTW I had a demo of the Panasonic 42" 3d tv last week & i was very impressed!
#24
in stock again seems to come and go!
#25
ME to sorted this with JL for my fokes!!
AMAZING!

theclaretvillain
This TV is excellent.
I got John Lewis to pricematch PC World and got it for £699 with a 5 year warranty.
#26
Showing £875 now
#27
£634.90 @ pixmania
Use Voucher Code
PIXUKMARCH14
#28
Hi rhodyate
Can please let us know if you move the dish to Hotbird 13E, is it possible to tune these channels using the freesat.
#29
shariifi
Hi rhodyate
Can please let us know if you move the dish to Hotbird 13E, is it possible to tune these channels using the freesat.
no idea,

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