PANASONIC - TXP42G20B with Trade-In - 42" (106cm) Full HD Neo PDP 600 Hz Plasma TV Free 5 Year Warranty and Package promotion Instore £694 @ MultizoneAV - HotUKDeals
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PANASONIC - TXP42G20B with Trade-In - 42" (106cm) Full HD Neo PDP 600 Hz Plasma TV Free 5 Year Warranty and Package promotion Instore
This Price is Inclusive of the Trade-In Offer
Free 5 Year Warranty and Package promotion Instore

Panasonic TXP42G20B / TX-P42G20B / TXP42G20 / TX-P42G20 42" (106cm) Full HD Neo PDP 600 Hz Plasma TV

Including a 5 year warranty I think makes it even better than the other offer which includes a cheap BD player.
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#1
Super value wih the 5 year guarantee
#2
good deal! any idea whether john lewis will match this deal?
#3
paimaams
good deal! any idea whether john lewis will match this deal?


as long as the John Lewis is within 8 miles of this store... (JL changed there price terms on 1st sept, and It really hard to get a price match now!)
#4
c.grex
paimaams
good deal! any idea whether john lewis will match this deal?


as long as the John Lewis is within 8 miles of this store... (JL changed there price terms on 1st sept, and It really hard to get a price match now!)

thanks c.grex...there goes NEVER KNOWINGLY UNDERSOLD...out of the window
1 Like #5
I'm looking to buy a 42" or 50" inch TV.
Panasonic G20 was also on my short list UNTIL,
I saw how ugly it looks.
But again the picture quality is amazing.
now I'm looking into the LG 50PK590
#6
Istanbul
I'm looking to buy a 42" or 50" inch TV.
Panasonic G20 was also on my short list UNTIL,
I saw how ugly it looks.
But again the picture quality is amazing.
now I'm looking into the LG 50PK590


In what way does this contribute to this thread.
#7
Judge Nutmeg
Istanbul
I'm looking to buy a 42" or 50" inch TV.
Panasonic G20 was also on my short list UNTIL,
I saw how ugly it looks.
But again the picture quality is amazing.
now I'm looking into the LG 50PK590


In what way does this contribute to this thread.


I think they were after some FRIENDLY advice on the LG. Someone obviously needs to go back to bed & get up on the right side. :p
#9
Is this flicker problem to do with recent g20s. Looks like pana are getting sloppy! There was not much complaints till few weeks back and amazon has great reviews.!!
#10
Shame I don't have a Multizone near me. Good deal.
#11
Judge Nutmeg
Istanbul
I'm looking to buy a 42" or 50" inch TV.
Panasonic G20 was also on my short list UNTIL,
I saw how ugly it looks.
But again the picture quality is amazing.
now I'm looking into the LG 50PK590


In what way does this contribute to this thread.


Istanbul did say that G20's (he meant TXP42G20B) picture quality is amazing. So it does contribute to this thread.
#12
Good deal if you live in Essex.
#13
I've got a 46in G15 which, in my opinion, is a fantastic set .... but I wish I had waited and bought the G20 because of the extra features such as a USB and better 'net connectivity. If you can get a G20 at this price, it's a bargain.
#14
I got one already, panasonic have gone downhill,awfull motion judder at 24fps,posterization,green tinge and banding even on blueray(vt series aswell,)if you can handle that the pic is sometimes too good on hi def,even so i wont be buying panasonic again can anyone remember the purple snakes on older models,the g20 is way worse unless you get a revised fixed model that will come out after they have sold all the lemons
#15
Do you know what blue ray player that they are offering?
#16
is the trade in for any TV - I have a LG 42" Plasma could do with a replacement with this model.
#17
RGB direct were also doing a similar deal with the 5 year warranty from panasonic direct, again for £694 with a trade-in.

Fantastic TV with a great picture and i was very close to buying one myself, but opted for a samsung LED tv for approx the same price, which was absolutely beautiful in both PQ and design.
#18
who much was the 50"? anyone know?
#19
zappp64
is the trade in for any TV - I have a LG 42" Plasma could do with a replacement with this model.


Any TV, it could be a £10 14" portable.
#20
fmiah
RGB direct were also doing a similar deal with the 5 year warranty from panasonic direct, again for £694 with a trade-in.

Fantastic TV with a great picture and i was very close to buying one myself, but opted for a samsung LED tv for approx the same price, which was absolutely beautiful in both PQ and design.


What model and size was the Samsung if you don't mind my asking?
#21
DE4L3R
who much was the 50"? anyone know?


Here's the 50" which should have got more heat I recon:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx-p50g20b-50-full-/750184
banned#22
Sigh.
All these good deals and my Tevion 42" from ALDI is still working perfect after 4 years.:|
#23
Judge Nutmeg
Istanbul
I'm looking to buy a 42" or 50" inch TV.Panasonic G20 was also on my short list UNTIL,I saw how ugly it looks.But again the picture quality is amazing.now I'm looking into the LG 50PK590
In what way does this contribute to this thread.


İn what way does it not contribute with this thread?
Negative views should be regarded as a positive source of contribution?
Have you ever made the mistake buying an ugly looking tv and having to deal with your wife?
#24
I was saving up to get the 50inch G20 but then I saw and read about the LG 50PK590 and I'm totally switched to the LG. Cheapest I've seen it is at Richer Sounds for £679 and if Currys price match it you are looking at getting this for £667 which is a brilliant deal and a lot more Plasma than a 42G20. And the really thin Razor Frame LG looks very very beautiful.
#25
I've been keeping my
goone
I got one already, panasonic have gone downhill,awfull motion judder at 24fps,posterization,green tinge and banding even on blueray(vt series aswell,)if you can handle that the pic is sometimes too good on hi def,even so i wont be buying panasonic again can anyone remember the purple snakes on older models,the g20 is way worse unless you get a revised fixed model that will come out after they have sold all the lemons
I've been keeping my eye on this model for a while, but all of these negative comments are putting doubts in my mind, so many positives but now there are numerous negatives, its not the best looking TV in the world but the freesat and freeview HD are a bonus with all the other features too, I've been hanging on for long enough, anyone come up with an equal or similar 42" model with a 5 year warranty ?
#26
want it, cant have it.
#27
I'm not too sure now either. It's really hard to tell what's what (model wise) when you walk in to somewhere like Comet.

*confused*
#28
VikJ
fmiah
RGB direct were also doing a similar deal with the 5 year warranty from panasonic direct, again for £694 with a trade-in.Fantastic TV with a great picture and i was very close to buying one myself, but opted for a samsung LED tv for approx the same price, which was absolutely beautiful in both PQ and design.
What model and size was the Samsung if you don't mind my asking?

It was the samsung UE40C6510, its 2 inches smaller but absolutely stunning led tv.
#29
Istanbul
I'm looking to buy a 42" or 50" inch TV.
Panasonic G20 was also on my short list UNTIL,
I saw how ugly it looks.
But again the picture quality is amazing.
now I'm looking into the LG 50PK590


I've just bought the G20 from richer sounds which included bluray player and 5 year warranty for bout £802.

There is a slight nuisance at times with the flickering (only some people can see it, from what i've been told) but i've been able to tolerate it. There's also common problem of buzzing sound from the back, but that can only be heard if your ear is close to the plasma or there's total silence in the room.

Despite these annoyances, i was deciding between the G20 and PK590 too, but went for the G20 as it had the best quality and features(freesat HD [only panasonic include it in their tv now i've been told] and freeview HD). Also, it came with a blu-ray player which should save me about 100 quid.

Compared to the PK590 which was for £650 and if i added 5 year warranty (10%) and bluray (Sony BD370 in my mind, which was £100) it would've come very close to the G20 price, but without the features. So i decided to give the G20 a go. Thankfully Richer Sound gave me 7 day trial (till thursday) to see whether i can tolerate the flicker. It hasn't been too bad so far.

I'm 80% sure that i will keep it, unless the flicker gets abit annoying or the PK590 goes down to about £500, which i doubt will happen.

I recommend you go in-store and check out the TV before you commit. The flicker is more apparent when there's a bright white picture on the screen (or if you open the menu and check the large gray area on the menu).


Edited By: Simplexity on Sep 26, 2010 12:51: formatting

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