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Fantastic price for a great set even if you don't need the 3d capability the 2d picture quality is amazing.

£494.90 total price including 5 year guarantee..

VIERA Connect brings together a host of features that make this much more than 'just' a TV. Use the Application-based browser to view shopping based functions, social media Apps and catch-up TV channels. The TXP42ST30 also comes with twin USB sockets. These are ideal for connecting a digital media device such as a camera or USB stick and viewing photos and listening to music through the TV. Along with all the expected HDMI and analogue inputs, there's also an SD card slot - perfect for showing your digital photographs straight onto TV. Added together, it makes this Panasonic plasma TV a complete home entertainment hub that's worlds away from TVs of days gone by.

For a value 3D TV without compromising the picture quality, the Panasonic TXP42ST30 has just set a new standard.

Also available from Amazon for £449.99.
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Does it include active shutter glasses ??

Its £449.99 on amazon

Edited By: RickT on Dec 28, 2011 15:40
No 3D glasses included, which will cost c£65-70+ for each pair/set.

Edited By: bb247 on Dec 28, 2011 16:27: Changed from "per pair" to help neonplanet40
each you mean
each you mean

I was copying the terminology used on the Richer Sounds website itself (e.g. "Also available with 2 pairs of 3D glasses worth £200...") but I agree that it could be confusing, as it appears to have been for you. I shall amend to clarify.
Does it include active shutter glasses ??

Its £449.99 on amazon

Sorry - thats what I was supposed to write lol. Amended thanks...

I doubt glasses would be included as I'm sure it would be stated on the RS site if they were.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/panasonic-tx-p42st30b-p42st30-201105161138.htmVerdict 'Recommended'.

http://www.digitalversus.com/tv-television/panasonic-viera-tx-p42st30-p11054/test.htmlVerdict 4/5

http://www.avforums.com/review/Panasonic-ST30-TX-P46ST30B-42ST30-46ST30-50ST30-3D-Plasma-TV-Review.htmlVerdict 'Good'

On mode Average Power Consumption 123W

This is preferable to it's 2D equivalent, the TXP42S30, even if you're not interested in 3D, as it has a higher-spec Panel than the S30.

Edited By: dooper on Dec 28, 2011 18:10
My local RS (Newcastle) didn't have this in stock and couldn't say if or when they'd be getting any. Looks good from the reviews though: got recommendations at its original price of <£1000, so at £450 I rate it hot - and you can still get it for the same price from Amazon.
Does anyone know if this TV has a VGA connection? (sometimes use my current TV as a monitor, you see......) Thanks : )

Edited By: ValiantSaint on Dec 30, 2011 19:50
Up to £499 now. Glad I got mine pricematched from John Lewis first :)
Up to £499 now. Glad I got mine pricematched from John Lewis first :)

Do you mind pm'ing me your NUK ref number after you have used it. John Lewis declined my price match request even though I submitted it on the 28th of Dec, so I'm not happy.. especially as the price has increased. So i just want to show them that they are being inconsistent.

Thanks in advance

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