Panasonic TX32LZD85 instore Watford £599 with 5year Gaurantee - HotUKDeals
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Went into the store today with the intention of getting the tele on price match, to my surprise it had already been done. i know its only in watford but a damn good deal for what your getting, next best with a 5 year gaurantee was richer sounds fo 660 who are currently out of stock everywhere! if they are out of stock in watford you can ask them to contact another branch and they should sell it to you for the same price and they have free delivery!

Panasonic TX32LZD85 is a full hd 1080p lcd with excellent picture quality and some awesome specs, 600 isnt the cheapest you can get it on the internet (about £580 or sumthing) but with a 5 year Gaurantee the price usually goes way up. Also has pretty good reviews, one of the best full hd 32" ive found.
Full HD
100hz
24p
3hdmi
2 scart
1 vga
Components of sorts
Optical Audio Out

Full Spec: http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/617445/index.html?trackInfo=true
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#1
i think if 1 JL has them at that price other stores should match....
banned#2
good price for that tv but a little expensive for that size tv. wouldn't something like this this be a good alternative:
http://www.1staudiovisual.co.uk/catalog/32lg5700-inch-p-4518.html

Panasonic are great though, heat added
#3
Panasonic do one as cheap but its a bit like yer Audi A4 basic spec versus the SLine.
Same car on the outside lots more balls on the in !! The LZD85 is known to be one of the best if not THE best 32 inch LCD on the market. Great price heat added.
banned#4
unlike yer audi many people wouldn't notice the difference between the tv's. the spec of the lg stands up alright but if your the kinda person who likes researching and getting the very best stuff then the panny is for u i guess. I like sony's, cos they change channel quicker, depends what you want, W series is nice.
#5
doomterrier;4104605
good price for that tv but a little expensive for that size tv. wouldn't something like this this be a good alternative:
http://www.1staudiovisual.co.uk/catalog/32lg5700-inch-p-4518.html

Panasonic are great though, heat added

like comparing a trabant (LG) to a bmw (panny)
#6
Out of interest, who were you going to price match?
#7
good price for great tv, especially with 5yr guarantee. hot

I'd be tempted to go for 32lxd85 which still has 100hz but not 1080p (not really needed on 32")

can be had for £399 (granted only 1 year warrantee)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/320398/panasonic-tx32lxd85-32in-lcd-televi
#8
£599 is too much for a 32 inch even if it does come with a 5 year warranty
#9
yeah, too expensive for a 32
#10
This is a hotdeals site.... This 32" TV model retails at best over £700 everywhere else.So to find it for under £600 has got to be considered a deal?

Some might think they'd rather spend £600 on a bigger screen lesser spec then so be it BUT for THIS MODEL it is a steal.:-D
#11
Honestly using it with my laptop on full HD with blu-ray and my xbox, awesome!

i was going to go and price match richer sounds but they were completely out of stock, i was going to buy it and then use the 8 day to wait for it to come back in stock and get the difference refunded
#12
The reviews show the zd85 and xd85 have very little between them to justify the 200 difference in price. At 32" you don't benefit enough from 1080p, bit like having an Audi SLine and having to point it out to everyone that passes your window....
#13
£549.97 (In Store) / £583.99 (Online) @ DirectTVs

You could always get John Lewis to Price Match the instore price 'when' they get stock back (and get JL's 5 Year Warranty).

Panasonic TVs are fantastic, and you usually pay a premium for their TVs because of their quality.

I'm not voting (cold) just because there are cheaper 32" LCDs, voting should be based on the value / offer of the particular product / model.
#14
I bought this telly back in July, great set with my PS3 and Popcorn hour A-110, had a problem with the screen seeming to bruise at the bottom after about 4 months (2 points on either side of the bottom glaring green through, had a panasonic engineer out who replaced the LCD screen and that solved it,

My only other gripe is that you have to point the remote directly at the screen otherwise it will not respond (known gripe on the review sites), other than that, great picture and awesome sound, 1080p, 100hz and 24fps
#15
As others have said, you can pay a lot less and you'll get a lot less - especially if you're planning on watching sport on it, like football where a lesser TV will not handle motion as well. I can vouch that the whole 32" series from panasonic is brilliant.
#16
Everyone keeps saying 1080p is pointless at this size and they are right but one situation where 1080p is important on a monitor is if you're going to be using it as a primary monitor for a PC/HTPC when the higher resolution is needed for desktop work.
#17
doomterrier;4104732
unlike yer audi many people wouldn't notice the difference between the tv's. the spec of the lg stands up alright but if your the kinda person who likes researching and getting the very best stuff then the panny is for u i guess. I like sony's, cos they change channel quicker, depends what you want, W series is nice.

eh, surely picture quality is important? thats abit like saying a car has nice windscreen wipers but its looks and drives like a shed:roll:

lg are garbage in comparison....if you cant tell the difference go here

http://www.specsavers.co.uk/
#18
mundu;4207088
Everyone keeps saying 1080p is pointless at this size and they are right but one situation where 1080p is important on a monitor is if you're going to be using it as a primary monitor for a PC/HTPC when the higher resolution is needed for desktop work.

true, but id prefer to use proper monitor
#19
royals
like comparing a trabant (LG) to a bmw (panny)


which just goes how much you know about AV gear then matey.
http://www.lge.com/about/corporate/history.jsp
LG are no Saisho as dumb UK brand (read advert brainwashed divs) junkies believe.
Korea is not a Chinese sweatshop, this is a land where they have 100M Internet connections and Starcraft live on TV like Match of the Day, sounds like a model society to me :)

for less than this sort of money, you can get the LG 32 inch plasma (its literally on the shelf in Tesco for 440) which will be better for gaming and watching live footy on TV. HD at this size is firmly in the realm of a diminished return. but for films /better blacks maybe this is better, depends on usage and your own "value" point.

if you really want blueray/full HD then 50 inches is really where you need to start. a Kuro panel too.
#20
don't find it hot comparing to
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/320398/panasonic-tx32lxd85-32in-lcd-televi
and for a 32 inch TV it's too much IMO (not hot at all)
#21
got mine for 539 from john lewis watford.
#22
Ive been using it now as my monitor for over a week (using it now) and its great, not found a single problem with it apart from you have to pint the remote directly at the tv and the fact its shiney and dust is in love with it. The motion is awesome for playing computer games and the xbox looks amazing on it.
#23
This is an awesome tv and a great deal . I have the 37" version , you can't compare this with most other 32" tv's . This one is full hd / 24fps 100hz and has uprated speakers which do make a big difference . With an hd feed the picture is fantastic -no blur ,better than the sony's i have seen , and i took a long time to decide to spend the extra on mine . I am glad i did .
I will say as previously mentioned the remote does have to be pointed directly at the sensor in the bottom left , but you soon get used to it . I have cable and have found that if using the cable remote for the volume it isn't so particular .
This tv as with most hd tv's isn't great with a standard/digital signal it really wants a hd source - although if you have cable/sat use the hdmi lead and even if you are not watching h/d the picture is much better .
Throw in a blu-ray and you will be glad you bought it .
#24
Looks like a good price for this particular model, so voted hot, although I wouldn't pay this much for a 32" LCD, regardless of the quality. 1080p is lovely though, and I'd classify it as essential for a TV to be used as a monitor.

On a different note, why is it that I keep reading "the remote must be directly pointed at the sensor" ?? This is something they got right on TVs 15-20 years ago. Why is it now that technology seems to have taken a back step? Smaller sensors to make TV designs look sleeker?
#25
Just phoned John Lewis in Watford price £749:cry:

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