Panasonic TX37LZD80 37 Inch Full HD LCD Television Freeview £685.99 Delivered @ Co-op (Usually £1100) - HotUKDeals
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Awesome Price for a top spec 37" high rated TV.
* 94cm Visible LCD Screen
* Full HD1080p
* HD Ready
* Integrated Digital 'Freeview' Tuner
* IPS Alpha Panel
* V-Real Pro 3 Picture Engine
* 10000:1 Contrast Ratio
* Advanced 3D Colour Management
* XV Colour
* V-Audio Bass Boost
* 24p Playback
* Viera Link
* PC Input
* x3 HDMI & x2 Scart Connections
* SD Card slot (JPEG)

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#1
Cheaper elsewhere from quite a few places I'm afraid.
#2
eldudereno
Cheaper elsewhere from quite a few places I'm afraid.


really? can you show me where please
#3
oh ok i think I have seen what i have done....there is a TX37LZD80 and a TX37LZD800 - the 800 is what I was looking for oops
#4
word of warning dont put RRP in the title... For all the effort you put in there is always someone trying harder to discredit you ......... not voted because it doesnt interest me, i have bought 3 tvs off here this month and not liked any of em hope the bravia from M+S hits the spot :)
#5
Sorry, freezin' price for me too!

I got the TX37LZD81 (FreeSAT HD Model) with a 5 year Panasonic Warranty for £599 :thumbsup:

The TX37LZD80 is only £549.

Check out Direct Tvs
#6
Sheep87
oh ok i think I have seen what i have done....there is a TX37LZD80 and a TX37LZD800 - the 800 is what I was looking for oops


An easy mistake, loads of different models from all of the manufacturers, crazy.
#7
MYK-IT
Sorry, freezin' price for me too!

I got the TX37LZD81 (FreeSAT HD Model) with a 5 year Panasonic Warranty for £599 :thumbsup:

The TX37LZD80 is only £549.

Check out Direct Tvs


You mean http://www.directtvs.co.uk/
#8
MYK-IT
Sorry, freezin' price for me too!

I got the TX37LZD81 (FreeSAT HD Model) with a 5 year Panasonic Warranty for £599 :thumbsup:

The TX37LZD80 is only £549.

Check out Direct Tvs


Are you sure?

http://www.directtvs.co.uk/Panasonic_TX-37LZD81_37_Inch_1080P_Full_HD_Ready_LCD_TV__-_Builtin_freesat_TX-37LZD81/version.asp

Comes up as £750 for me.

Just ensure people know the difference between LZD (full 1080P) and LXD (accepts 1080P inputs but is only a 720P/1080i panel)
#9
muddyfox470
Are you sure?

http://www.directtvs.co.uk/Panasonic_TX-37LZD81_37_Inch_1080P_Full_HD_Ready_LCD_TV__-_Builtin_freesat_TX-37LZD81/version.asp

Comes up as £750 for me.

Just ensure people know the difference between LZD (full 1080P) and LXD (accepts 1080P inputs but is only a 720P/1080i panel)


Just to elaborate further on the above, LZD is an LCD Panel and LXD is a Plasma Panel.
Hopefully that will steer folks away from any confusion! :)
#10
thehitman
Just to elaborate further on the above, LZD is an LCD Panel and LXD is a Plasma Panel.
Hopefully that will steer folks away from any confusion! :)


LXD is for LCDs as well, mine has it, and so does the rest of the range (32LXD60, 32LXD70 32LXD80...)

What determines whether it is plasma or not is the pre-fix of PX at the start to the model number. i.e. TX-37LZD80 is an LCD whereas the PX-37LZD80 is it's plasma brother.

PX = Plasma
TX = LCD
LZD = Full 1080P Panel
LXD = 720P/1080i Panel
#11
thehitman
Just to elaborate further on the above, LZD is an LCD Panel and LXD is a Plasma Panel.
Hopefully that will steer folks away from any confusion! :)


Not necessarily there's quite a few Panasonic LXD models that are LCD aren't there?

Edit: muddyfox beat me to it.

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