Panasonic TX32LZD80 VIERA Full HD 1080p £564 delivered@AJElectronics - HotUKDeals
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At £850, Which magazine rated this LCD as their number 1 choice, saying it had the best picture that money could buy. Meanwhile WhatHiFi gave it 5 out of 5 stars.

Last week this LCD was on sale in Currys at £849, and has just been reduced to £599.
In PCWORLD and John Lewis its £799.

Could be worth a pricecheck if you want a 5 year warranty.

AJ Electronics are selling it for £564 delivered.
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#1
2.5% quidco
#2
http://www.tec7.co.uk/product_images/1664.jpg
#3
1080p on a 32" is pointless and a waste of money.
#4
jukkie
1080p on a 32" is pointless and a waste of money.


Rather a pointless statement because the value of resolution/screen size depends on the distance from the screen to the viewer.
#5
jukkie
1080p on a 32" is pointless and a waste of money.


If your using this for a PC then that statement is nonsense. This would give you far more desktop 'real-estate'
#6
VDisillusioned;2459689
Rather a pointless statement because the value of resolution/screen size depends on the distance from the screen to the viewer.


5 feet needed for 20/20 with this screen size. Great if you're that far away, but makes it awkward for more than two people to watch at once.
#7
£599 at Currys now available instore
#9
arfster
5 feet needed for 20/20 with this screen size.


Don't think you mean 20/20. We are not measuring visual acuity.
#10
John Lewis will do a price pledge and in addition offer 5 year guarantee - much better than any of the PC shops can do.
#11
i got a 1080p monitor and its awesome,size dont matter,th higher the res the better no matter what size the screen is
#12
John Lewis have informed me that they will not price match AJ electronic as they are a web based company but will match Currys.
#13
B0rker
John Lewis have informed me that they will not price match AJ electronic as they are a web based company but will match Currys.


Will they still include the 5 year warranty if they match Currys?
#14
Newbold
Will they still include the 5 year warranty if they match Currys?


Not sure mate. Didn't ask. I am trying to organise a Capital One Credit Card so I can get 15 months interest free to purchase the TV with. I have the money for the TV but why not use CO's money instead?

;)
#15
B0rker
John Lewis have informed me that they will not price match AJ electronic as they are a web based company but will match Currys.


They have a showroom on the Edgware Road. I bought a camcorder from them a few years ago.
This is from thier website
"We have a variety of products that you can choose from our catalogue and order online alternatively you can pick up most of our products from our showroom as we stock most of our small screen TVs up to 40" DVD player/ recorder, play station, camcorders, digital cameras, Sony Vaio Laptops, Apple IPods, Apple Laptops etc.... at London warehouse."
So I think John Lewis are wrong.
#16
B0rker
Not sure mate. Didn't ask. i am trying to organise a Capital One Credit Card so I cab get 15 months interest free to purchase the TV with. I have the money for teh TV but why not use CO's money instead?

;)


Thanks. Looking at the AJ site I see this:

Our Registered Office:

432 Edgware Road
London,
W2 1EG
PH: 0207 723 9616
Fax: 0207 262 5131

We are located just opposite Texaco petrol station 5-7 minutes from Edgware Road Tube Station towards Maida Vale.

We have a variety of products that you can choose from our catalogue and order online alternatively you can pick up most of our products from our showroom as we stock most of our small screen TVs up to 40" DVD player/ recorder, play station, camcorders, digital cameras, Sony Vaio Laptops, Apple IPods, Apple Laptops etc.... at London warehouse. Products like fridge freezers, washing machines microwaves and big screen TVs are not usually available for a local pickup they can be delivered from one of our other ware house. Any order placed on the website is not available for local pick-up. You can pay via credit/debit card and walk away with the product.

Please Note: Free delivery in UK mainland is available only if order placed on the website.


Looks to me as if it's a shop as well as just a website, and John Lewis stores (not the website) ought to be matching their price under their Never Knowingly Undersold policy. I also see that there's a trial going on in their Scottish stores, though, under which they'll only price match within an 8 mile radius. That's bad news!
#17
Picked up one fo these for roughly the same price from Amazon a couple of months ago - got a 5 year warranty separately (accidental cover which is a must). Went through Nectar and got thousands of points.

The 1080p makes a huge difference with the XBox. Certainly visible. A lot of people say 1080p is pointless with 32" but frankly they're regurgitating ***** they've read in magazines. With your own eyes and from the right source there are definite advantages. Otherwise it would be fairly pointless manufacturing them.
#18
Wolfylee;2460017
If your using this for a PC then that statement is nonsense. This would give you far more desktop 'real-estate'


1080p on a 32in tv is pointless (unless you are daft enough to watch the tv from less than 1 metre...clue...you have the wrong sized tv), but ok for pc's...though i would rather buy a decent lcd monitor for pc's (though they are very expensive)
#19
arfster;2460226
5 feet needed for 20/20 with this screen size. Great if you're that far away, but makes it awkward for more than two people to watch at once.

6-7.5ft is roughly the normal viewing distance for a 32in screen - depends who you believe but rough guide is 2-2.5 the width is fine
#20
royals;2461561
6-7.5ft is roughly the normal viewing distance for a 32in screen - depends who you believe but rough guide is 2-2.5 the width is fine


The width of a 32" (diagonal) set is 28", so the 60" I mentioned is within that range.

Nevertheless, generic multipliers like that don't work, because they ignore the resolution and eyesight of the watcher. There's no need for subjectivity here either, because it's well known what the resolving capability of the human eye is.
#21
I thought it was TX37LZD80 got 5*. Maybe both got 5* reviews!!

I have the 37" one. Awesome TV. Forget the resolution argument if you are watching HD content on it. Euro 08 on BBC HD was stunning.
#22
The same model in Comet cost only £559 with discount code 40SUMMER. Link below

http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/445428/PANASONIC-TX-32LZD80/

Don't remember quidco rate for Comet though.
#23
royals
1080p on a 32in tv is pointless (unless you are daft enough to watch the tv from less than 1 metre...clue...you have the wrong sized tv), but ok for pc's...though i would rather buy a decent lcd monitor for pc's (though they are very expensive)


Yeah me too, but I have a HTPC at home and a 720p set. The picture on movies and tv is fantastic on HD, very good on SD (best of both worlds) but for my PC desktop itself I wished I had more space.

You are right of course, for a dedicated PC I prefer my 24" Dell upstairs, and my desk and chair and mouse and keyboard where I want it :)
#24
royals
1080p on a 32in tv is pointless (unless you are daft enough to watch the tv from less than 1 metre...clue...you have the wrong sized tv), but ok for pc's...though i would rather buy a decent lcd monitor for pc's (though they are very expensive)


Yeah me too, but I have a HTPC at home and a 720p set. The picture on movies and tv is fantastic on HD, very good on SD (best of both worlds) but for my PC desktop itself I wished I had more space.

You are right of course, for a dedicated PC I prefer my 24" Dell upstairs, and my desk and chair and mouse and keyboard where I want it :)
#25
o dear, what happened then?
Sry Multiple post.
#26
7thgalaxy
The same model in Comet cost only £559 with discount code 40SUMMER. Link below

http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/445428/PANASONIC-TX-32LZD80/

Don't remember quidco rate for Comet though.


Comet Quidco is 3.5% which is £19.56 on £559 bringing the price down to £539.44.

Pretty much fantastic.
[Moderator]#27
After ordering it last week, it arrived on time and the picture is stunning on freeview via my humax box. XBOX360 games look awesome and the sound is great..
Im so pleased I went for the Panasonic. Now I just need to get it connected to my PC.
All credit to AJ Electronics, its the first time I've used them & they couldnt of been better :-D
#28
Can someone who has one of the say what the quality of SD is like on these? (compared to CRT)
I still have a Sony CRT but the picture quality is awesome (obviously not HD) and dont reall want to compromise on SD picture quality. I just haven't seen LCD or Plasma that looks as good close up (maybe I shouldnt sit as close!).
[Moderator] 1 Like #29
NeilB
Can someone who has one of the say what the quality of SD is like on these? (compared to CRT)
I still have a Sony CRT but the picture quality is awesome (obviously not HD) and dont reall want to compromise on SD picture quality. I just haven't seen LCD or Plasma that looks as good close up (maybe I shouldnt sit as close!).


I brought this to replace my 100mhz Sony Triniton which i thought was good.
Comparing the two, the picture on the Panasonic is far better in every way. The picture is so much crisper, and the colours bright & vivid. Watching the F1 today was a whole new experience.
#30
Cheers for the reply - rep added.
Hmm decisions decisions!
#31
Wolfylee
Yeah me too, but I have a HTPC at home and a 720p set. The picture on movies and tv is fantastic on HD, very good on SD (best of both worlds) but for my PC desktop itself I wished I had more space.

You are right of course, for a dedicated PC I prefer my 24" Dell upstairs, and my desk and chair and mouse and keyboard where I want it :)

Not the best comparison when you consider the LZD80 is a 1080p and would produce a similar resolution to the Dell 24".

Its my next upgrade (well LZD85) from my Dell 24" - perfect for PC, PS3 and for SD/HD TV...

People who think 1080p is wasted on 32" need to consider that LCD TVs and PC monitors arent that dissimilar and therefore for PC usage we have been using 1080p like resolutions for years on <32" screens...

ps3ud0 8-)
#32
John Lewis have now got this Panasonic for £599 which of course includes the 5 year warranty. I think that's hard to beat. If you do a price comparison search. you will find it for about £35 less but the 5 year guarantee and reputation of John Lewis swayed me.

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