PANASONIC TXP37C10---- 37" plasma £399.95 with 12 months warranty or £439.90 with 5 year warranty@ richer sounds - HotUKDeals
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The Panasonic TX-P37c10 is an economy version of their TX-P37x10 model. With a more basic casing and fewer sockets it makes for a stunning value 37" plasma TV.

Featuring a brand new, G12 plasma panel, the TX-P37C10 offers a stunning contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1 - that's an impressive 33% improvement on the previous models. Improvements in panel performance have come about from improved production process incorporating the new Real Black Drive system (a pre-discharge system) and raising the base illumination. All signals also benefit from 100Hz technology. 100Hz technology gives a more stable picture with less flicker and reduced motion blur.

As ever, we'd always recommend a separate home cinema system for the best sound quality, although the built-in system offers enhancements over previous models. V-Audio Surround gives a spacious sound based on actual room measurement from the onboard digital signal processor. It gives a crisp, well-detailed sound quality.

The latest budget Panasonic plasma TV has 2 HDMI sockets - ideal for an HD TV receiver and Blu-ray player. In addition to this, twin SCART sockets, S-Video and component inputs are on hand for analogue sources. A slightly more unusual fitment, but still welcome nonetheless is a SD card reader. This easily accessible slot is perfect for showing pictures taken on your digital camera. The HDMI VIERA link has been upgraded to allow the connection of Panasonic LUMIX digital cameras. Once connected you can use the TV's remote control to playback stored images on the camera.

Always a plasma favourite, the new Panasonic TX-P37c10 is now the best value ever.
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#1
damn you pipped me at the post just got my email lol
banned#2
wanderer
damn you pipped me at the post just got my email lol


yep and still people vote cold damn strange if you ask me
#3
I've voted hot. But just to note, these only ever seem to come around at Bank Holidays. Many people that have bought them are disappointed because they reflect everything.

They don't have the non-reflective coating like the X10 (the standard budget range) but this one performs like an X10, but people say looking at themselves whilst watching tv can get a little annoying...
#4
I thought the samsung 37" at mark and spencers was only £20 more with 5 year warranty and 1080p?
#5
Froggy - that'll be an LCD model. :)
#6
muddyfox470
I've voted hot. But just to note, these only ever seem to come around at Bank Holidays. Many people that have bought them are disappointed because they reflect everything.

They don't have the non-reflective coating like the X10 (the standard budget range) but this one performs like an X10, but people say looking at themselves whilst watching tv can get a little annoying...


Yep, the reflective filter is apparently not included so it reflects quite badly i've read. I haven't seen one in the flesh so I can't tell how much of an irritation this will be but i have a quite bright living room and this is a no-no for me despite it being a good price.
#7
froggy*;6132164
I thought the samsung 37" at mark and spencers was only £20 more with 5 year warranty and 1080p?

the panasonic is miles better...its plasma for starters, samsungs are terrible unless you like overprocessed retina burning pictures and lcds are terrible when things start to move - every one of my friends who has an lcd has ended up having to get sky hd.
#8
hot from me, so are they doing the 150.00 trade in from your old tv, if so dont mind looking at myself
#9
royals
the panasonic is miles better...its plasma for starters, samsungs are terrible unless you like overprocessed retina burning pictures and lcds are terrible when things start to move - every one of my friends who has an lcd has ended up having to get sky hd.


Please don't state opinions as if they are fact. The LCD may be a better solution for some and plasmas for others. If you went to the trouble to explain why x is better thay y without a sweeping generalisation then people may listen to you.
#10
dell7419
hot from me, so are they doing the 150.00 trade in from your old tv, if so dont mind looking at myself


think it's just £100, as I got £100 off my G10 last week, although I didn't have to actually give them the tv, only the serial number. This was with Sevenoaks though, although a couple of other places quoted the same amount off for the same reason.
#11
royals
the panasonic is miles better...its plasma for starters, samsungs are terrible unless you like overprocessed retina burning pictures and lcds are terrible when things start to move - every one of my friends who has an lcd has ended up having to get sky hd.


My 37" Toshiba LCD picture is great, even with sports I dont get any problems like you or your mates. Are they budget models like the Tesco specials?
(I dont have Sky HD)
#12
Apparently this is the entry model according to the manager at Richer Sounds although the specs actually look pretty good.
Personally I'd buy it just because its a Panasonic :thumbsup:
Voted Hot!!!
#13
The glare can be quite dreadful and intrusive on your viewing. Try before you buy!
I can vouch for the X10 - a cracking piece of kit.
#14
I thought plasmas were only 42" and up?
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swampy_donkey
Please don't state opinions as if they are fact. The LCD may be a better solution for some and plasmas for others. If you went to the trouble to explain why x is better thay y without a sweeping generalisation then people may listen to you.


There aren't many people who would benefit from an LCD over a Plasma but it's generally accepted that Plasma it 'better'.

LCD's are more suitable if you mainly use the screen for video games and don't watch much from an SD source. Of course, if that isn't you and you aren't in a brightly-lit room (reflection is bad on this set) then you should be more than happy with this for the price.
#16
Rezler
I thought plasmas were only 42" and up?


Nooooo!

LG do 32" plasma.

I have the older TX-P37X10 excellent TV
#17
froggy*
I thought the samsung 37" at mark and spencers was only £20 more with 5 year warranty and 1080p?


1080p isnt the be all and end all like alot of people think
#18
ive got this tv ... its great :) the reflextion is there ... but i hardly notice it......if your really looking it would probably be annoying . but the picture quality is awesome
#19
Looked at these in currys. Walked along a row of about 10 tv's and little or no reflection until I reached this one. Even though the lighting was pretty low the reflection was bad. It was almost like looking in a dark tinted mirror. I wanted it to be right, even stood for 10 minutes trying to convince myself that it would be ok. It just wasn't. Picture quality was excellent as usual from a panasonic plasma, just a shame that the reflection spoilt it for me.
#20
MrHappy37
Looked at these in currys. Walked along a row of about 10 tv's and little or no reflection until I reached this one. Even though the lighting was pretty low the reflection was bad. It was almost like looking in a dark tinted mirror. I wanted it to be right, even stood for 10 minutes trying to convince myself that it would be ok. It just wasn't. Picture quality was excellent as usual from a panasonic plasma, just a shame that the reflection spoilt it for me.


That settles it for me - definitely no!
#21
I've got a panny plasma...highly recommended

Heat added
#22
MrHappy37
Looked at these in currys. Walked along a row of about 10 tv's and little or no reflection until I reached this one. Even though the lighting was pretty low the reflection was bad. It was almost like looking in a dark tinted mirror. I wanted it to be right, even stood for 10 minutes trying to convince myself that it would be ok. It just wasn't. Picture quality was excellent as usual from a panasonic plasma, just a shame that the reflection spoilt it for me.


if your going to stare at the reflection it WILL bother you . but its easy to not notice it. but if you have aa dark room or evn lights off at night the picture is trully amazing. you wont see any reflection them , even when you look for one
#23
avfc456
I've got a panny plasma...highly recommended

Heat added


your generalisng there mate .. on the whole they are . the issue being brought up by some people is that this particular model doesnt have anti-glare . which is a fair point as if you look for it you will notice it .

but its very easy not to notice it
#24
SpamJavelin
There aren't many people who would benefit from an LCD over a Plasma but it's generally accepted that Plasma it 'better'.

LCD's are more suitable if you mainly use the screen for video games and don't watch much from an SD source. Of course, if that isn't you and you aren't in a brightly-lit room (reflection is bad on this set) then you should be more than happy with this for the price.


I'm not saying this isn't a good TV, it's fantastic for the price. I whole-heartedly agree that this TV will be great for a lot of SD sources, but that wasn't my point. I was just against the 'LCDS are w**k and Plasma screens are the dogs b*ll*cks'

I just say give people the facts and let them choose :) Thanks for a post that actually makes sense. Give me a sony 40z5500 any day :p

Rep added spamjav!
#25
TALON1973
your generalisng there mate .. on the whole they are . the issue being brought up by some people is that this particular model doesnt have anti-glare . which is a fair point as if you look for it you will notice it .

but its very easy not to notice it


Exactly, hot deal
#26
yeah .. i think its money wel spent myself :) taken me years to get a tv this good .. and i dont give two figs about the reflection .. crt had the same problem so i dont knw what people are moaning about
#27
[QUOTE=guv]I've been trying to give away a perfectly good CRT for yonks (and refuse to throw it!)

Getting some building work done ATM, so will be adding my 5th large screen TV - and 37" is probably the ideal size. So how does this scheme work?[/QUOTE]


I'm interested in this as well. Someone? (Please)
#28
I have just got one from Preston, they got a delivery this morning, great TV for the money. there is a bit if reflection but as long as you don't have a window reflecting off the TV you should be fine, perfect TV for the bedroom :)
#29
MrHappy37
Looked at these in currys. Walked along a row of about 10 tv's and little or no reflection until I reached this one. Even though the lighting was pretty low the reflection was bad. It was almost like looking in a dark tinted mirror. I wanted it to be right, even stood for 10 minutes trying to convince myself that it would be ok. It just wasn't. Picture quality was excellent as usual from a panasonic plasma, just a shame that the reflection spoilt it for me.


I think these TV's are best for the bedroom, that's why the price is low, Panasonic must have had complaints about the reflections.
#30
I bought one as a second Tv to play on the Xbox on, the reflection isn't too bad at all really, and our is in a sun-facing room, obviously no issues whatsoever at night, and the picture off the XBox is brilliant.

I havne't used it for DVD/SD duties at all really as it was bought for the console, I'm really pleased with it.

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