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Panasonic Viera 50" 1080p Plasma TV - John Lewis - 5yr Warranty (TX-P50U10B) - £699.00!

£699.00 @ John Lewis
...and no price match required!!! This seems like a corker of a deal - 50" of Panny plasma for £699 with a 5yr guarantee. I'll copy the spec in the next post, and you TV purists can pull it apart as … Read More
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...and no price match required!!!
This seems like a corker of a deal - 50" of Panny plasma for £699 with a 5yr guarantee. I'll copy the spec in the next post, and you TV purists can pull it apart as necessary!

Clearance price online, including free delivery. Currently showing as more than 10 available, but I guess they'll probably disappear quite quickly.
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Product Information

The Panasonic TX-P50U10B 50 inch plasma brings big screen thrills to your living room. Its 1080p Full HD resolution means you’ll enjoy the best possible picture when connected to a high definition source. It’s also perfectly suited to fast-moving action scenes thanks to a 100Hz frame rate.

The integrated digital tuner provides access to all free-to-air digital channels and you can plan your viewing with an electronic programme guide. The 2 HDMI sockets allow you to hook-up your Blu-ray player, PVRs or games consoles with ease. You can view a slideshow of your photos - just remove the SD memory card from your digital still camera, and slip it in the memory card slot.

This television is ‘high definition ready’ which means it has the ability to display high definition signals with the addition of a separate HD receiver. HD broadcasts are at a much higher resolution than regular analogue or digital broadcasts and have greatly enhanced picture quality. The level of detail is astonishing with clearer, sharper and more vibrant images. Full HD 1080p

1080p is the purest form of high definition that a television can display. This leads to a smoother, more film-like image, which will satisfy sports and movie lovers alike. With a 1080p signal, the information that makes up an image is displayed “progressively” or all at once, rather than in an “interlaced” fashion.
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Well... I will buy it!
I was at point to go for the Samsung PS50B530 for 599 at Currys... then after the LG 50PS3000 for 665... and now want this Panny!!
Is a Panasonic and have the 5 years peace of mind...

so... Samsung, LG or Pannasonic????
#3
panny is the best.........
#4
Got the newer model with the 600hz but this TV is basically the same and I can tell you the picture is Excellent on the Panasonics :thumbsup: especially with Sky HD :-D
Even the sound is good

The 5 year warranty is great as my old Tv was from JL and they replaced it without fuss after they could not fix it.
#5
panny are great, hot!
#6
Looks damn hot to me. Now I've just got to resist the urge to buy
#7
Hot Hot Hot
#8
Viera series are excellent TVs. If you've got a Panasonic DVD or Blu-ray player they can link too for one remote control.

Heat!
#9
Stupid price, hot! Want Want want, need pay rise!
#10
why stretch HD by making it 50"? :whistling:

37" FTW!!!
#11
marko7969
why stretch HD by making it 50"? :whistling:

37" FTW!!!


What do you mean?
#12
BelindaMac
What do you mean?


he means he only has a 37" tv and is jealous :thumbsup:
#13
osramvargas

so... Samsung, LG or Pannasonic????

Samsung and LG make good plasmas but Panasonic make better than both.

When I come to upgrade my current LG (non HD) plasma it will be with Panasonic or Pioneer.
#14
Diekund
he means he only has a 37" tv and is jealous :thumbsup:


Exactly and I wouldnt take any notice of someone who uses FTW at the end of a statement!
#15
Can anyone please tell what's the power consumption on this?
#16
can i plug my PC into this TV? with d sub.

PC and PC audio inputs
#17
I have a similar 42" 1080p - its awesome much better quality than some of the other brands out there....it took me 5 months to decide what tv to get so glad i went for the Panasonic.Smokin Hot Deal!
#18
Does this TV have a VGA port (it doesn't say on the specs and I cannot find the TV on the Panasonic website)?

John Lewis also have the Panasonic SC-PT470EB DVD Home Cinema System for £199. Is it worth buying with this TV?
#19
I can't find this TV on the panasonic website. How does it compare to the TX-P42G10? I need to know whether I should cancel my order on the g10 and get the u10. The g10 cost me £622 with freeview and 5 yr guarantee.
#20
big_smile
Does this TV have a VGA port (it doesn't say on the specs and I cannot find the TV on the Panasonic website)?

John Lewis also have the Panasonic SC-PT470EB DVD Home Cinema System for £199. Is it worth buying with this TV?


Not sure on the VGA port...my 42" has one but is a different model.
I got the PT450 Home cinema system free with my tv and I use it all the time for films,live sport and gaming. Loud but clear...
#21
blued;7369663
Samsung and LG make good plasmas but Panasonic make better than both.


These are more akin in pic quality to the Samsung B400 series. The B500/600s are about the same as a Pana G10, more or less ( I have a B530 and a G10).
#22
arfster
These are more akin in pic quality to the Samsung B400 series. The B500/600s are about the same as a Pana G10, more or less ( I have a B530 and a G10).


So are you saying that this TV is better than the g10 series? why?
#23
These are more akin in pic quality to the Samsung B400 series. The B500/600s are about the same as a Pana G10, more or less ( I have a B530 and a G10).


So does this mean the Samsung PS50B530 for £599 at Currys is a better deal (as it gives better picture than the Panasonic PS0U10B for £100 less)?
#24
big_smile
So does this mean the Samsung PS50B530 for £599 at Currys is a better deal (as it gives better picture than the Panasonic PS0U10B for £100 less)?


No 'cos the Samsungs AREN'T as good as the Panny (arfster is wrong). Get this, you won't be disappointed.
#25
Marcz2007
So are you saying that this TV is better than the g10 series? why?


The G10 series are better than the U series. Without a doubt.
After the G10 series the next best is the G15 series and the top of the range is the V series.
Hope this helps.

Check out AV Forums
http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/
for more info.
#26
The G10 is a better TV than this one. I have the 46 inch G10 and paid a grand for it.
#27
so tempted to buy just then...even had my card out then read the specs..
Hd ready not full..( I want full)
No freesat?
No web enabled?

For the price its amazing but in a years time this will be a dinosaur..
Will wait for the right deal to come along as tvs now are worthless compared to a few years ago.
#28
Cumbrian Hammer
The G10 is a better TV than this one. I have the 46 inch G10 and paid a grand for it.


£300 better?
#29
cuppachaa
so tempted to buy just then...even had my card out then read the specs..
Hd ready not full..( I want full)
No freesat?
No web enabled?

For the price its amazing but in a years time this will be a dinosaur..
Will wait for the right deal to come along as tvs now are worthless compared to a few years ago.


IT IS FULL HD!
#30
SpamJavelin;7370075
No 'cos the Samsungs AREN'T as good as the Panny (arfster is wrong). Get this, you won't be disappointed.


LIke I said, I've got the 530 and the G10 - they have similar pic quality.

Panasonic quality goes like this for 1080p: Z10, V10, G10, S10, U10. For 720p models: X10, C10.
#31
Marcz2007;7369960
So are you saying that this TV is better than the g10 series? why?


Other way round.
#32
WalterSmith
£300 better?


Yes, it's £300 cheaper, but I bought my G10 months ago.
You can get it for quite a bit less than what I paid for it now.
By the way, not saying this isn't a good deal.If I hadn't bought mine I would be buying this today.
#33
WalterSmith
IT IS FULL HD!


No its not!!
Even the photo says HD ready!
And spec sheet says ready not full!
#34
cuppachaa
No its not!!
Even the photo says HD ready!
And spec sheet says ready not full!


No im confused!
Is it full or ready?haha
#35
The product information is very badly written....
It says full hd then says its hd ready!
Wish they would make there mind up!
#36
Marcz2007
I can't find this TV on the panasonic website. How does it compare to the TX-P42G10? I need to know whether I should cancel my order on the g10 and get the u10. The g10 cost me £622 with freeview and 5 yr guarantee.


£622? where from?
#37
cuppachaa
The product information is very badly written....
It says full hd then says its hd ready!
Wish they would make there mind up!


It says it has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 so I'm pretty sure that means it's full HD.
#38
cuppachaa
No its not!!
Even the photo says HD ready!
And spec sheet says ready not full!


AYE IT IS!

1920 x 1080 means Full HD, you don't get more pixels in a TV than that!

FullHD TVs are of course HD Ready too. (Aye Ready:thumbsup:)
#39
Cumbrian Hammer
Yes, it's £300 cheaper, but I bought my G10 months ago.
You can get it for quite a bit less than what I paid for it now.
By the way, not saying this isn't a good deal.If I hadn't bought mine I would be buying this today.


The G10 is £999 on the JL site too.
#40
using the power of my eyes I have read the details and it says:

Full HD 1080p
1080p is the purest form of high definition that a television can display. This leads to a smoother, more film-like image, which will satisfy sports and movie lovers alike. With a 1080p signal, the information that makes up an image is displayed “progressively” or all at once, rather than in an “interlaced” fashion.


and

Screen resolution 1920 x 1080p

so where is the confusion here?

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