Panasonic Viera 50" TH-50PX70B HD Ready Freeview Plasma TV - ONLY £499.99 Delivered @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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RRP: £1499.99 | You save: £1000.00 (66%)

# Tuner Integrated: Yes
# DVB Digital Tuner: Yes - Irish Models - NO
# Tuning System: PLL synthesizer 100-position auto-search tuner
# Broadcast Stereo Reception: NICAM (FM)
# Fastext: 1500P Level 2.5, FASTEXT/LIST/TOP
# Receiving System: PAL -I, DVB
# AV-NTSC: PAL-525/60, NTSC, M-NTSC
# Screen Size / Screen Aspect: 50 inch (127 cm) diagonal
# Panel: G10 Progressive HD Plasma Display Panel
# Number of Pixels: 1,049,088 (1,366 x 768) pixels
# Applicable PC Signals: XGA (SXGA compressed)
# Displayable Colours: Max 29 billion equavalent colours for darker part
# Contrast Ratio: Max 10,000:1
# Speakers: Full-Range x 2
# Audio Output: 20 W (10 W x 2), 10 percent THD
# Ambience: Yes
# PC Input: Mini D-sub 15-pin x 1 (rear)
# Audio Input: (for PC) RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
# Component Video Input: RCA phono type x 3 (Y , PB, PR) (rear)
# Audio Input (for Component Video): RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set, rear)
# Audio output: RCA phono type connectors (L, R) (1 set rear)
# Screen Saver: Wobbling
# Multi Window: PAT
# Aspect Controls: Panasonic Auto/16:9/14:9/4:3/Zoom1/Zoom2/Zoom3
# Power Supply: AC 220 - 240 V, 50/60Hz
# Dimensions: (W x H x D) Without Stand - 1210 x 793 x 97
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#1
£250 and I might be persuaded
#2
this TV came out in early 2007 and it was an entry level model then. An entry level 2010 model can be had for not much more.
#3
# Number of Pixels: 1,049,088 (1,366 x 768) pixels

On a 50"? Avoid.
#4
1. Quote extraordinarily high, outdated and/or deceitful RRP
2. Offer product at reasonable price irrespective of RRP
3. ???
4. PROFIT!!!
#5
lol seems these sites trying to offload these plasmas cheap, hell you can get a decent LED tv (smaller for the same price.
#6
ta2
1. Quote extraordinarily high, outdated and/or deceitful RRP
2. Offer product at reasonable price irrespective of RRP
3. ???
4. PROFIT!!!


Yea cold for me
#7
clearly there looking for the, 'wow a 50 inch tele for 500 bones' reaction, hoping the customer doesnt realise the model is 3 years old and is not full HD.
#8
It's still not a bad TV for the price, but it is a very outdated model now.
#9
what have panasonic got against the irish?
#10
We're well over due someone coming in and rubbishing the people rubbishing the fact it's only 1366 x 768
#11
and am I right in thinking, this isnt HDMI but component input?
#12
"RRP: £1499.99" :p
#13
A) its old and rubbish
B) it doesn't EVEN have a hdmi port
C) it's not actually available to purchase
#14
monkey1
what have panasonic got against the irish?


They dont get freeview so no point in the TVs having a freeview tuner!
#15
LMAO

Step 1. Steal underpants
Step 2.......
Step 3. Profit!

768 pixels on a 50" is not great. 3 years old means no freeview HD and it probably uses 300W+ power too. Pretty good price for a giant TV, though.
#16
monkey1
and am I right in thinking, this isnt HDMI but component input?
No this has 2 HDMI inputs
#17
live2giveuk
lol seems these sites trying to offload these plasmas cheap, hell you can get a decent LED tv (smaller for the same price.


For overall PQ this plasma will beat a cheapo LED lit LCD.
#18
Can see it's old and maybe not the newest technology but £500 for a 50" Panasonic ain't that bad if you aren't fussed about Full HD and have Sky etc (which outputs at 720p anyway)

...good as a spare TV - I am thinking of buying a couple for the kids bedrooms and another for the kitchen...
#19
monkey1
and am I right in thinking, this isnt HDMI but component input?

le_jaeger
A) its old and rubbish
B) it doesn't EVEN have a hdmi port
C) it's not actually available to purchase


It has 2 X HDMI ports.
#20
davestavros
LMAO

Step 1. Steal underpants
Step 2.......
Step 3. Profit!

768 pixels on a 50" is not great. 3 years old means no freeview HD and it probably uses 300W+ power too. Pretty good price for a giant TV, though.


Obviously it doesn't have Freeview HD, hence the price.
#21
I got the 42" of this just before it got replaced in jan 08(paid £800) all review said it was the best in it's price range, 2nd over all to Pioneer.
My mate paid £1600 in Oct 07 and what sound and vision still said it was worth every penny.
Picture quality it great accepts 1080p but down scales to 1080i
42" has 2 hdmi + componant
50" has 3 hdmi + componant
specs do not do this plasma justice

sound is even good for built in speakers

picture is better on this that my Sony fullHD 32" lcd in the bedroom

Heat added
#22
avoid at all cost, unless you want to throw your money away
#23
I love the RRP being £1500. I'm looking for a Panasonic plasma at the moment. For £1500 you get the (almost) top of the range V series with all bells and whistles and at the very least 1080p. Not a great deal at £500.
#24
deep
avoid at all cost, unless you want to throw your money away

Stupid comment - it's a TV and still works, despite being a 2007 model. Cracking picture, I had the 42" version and it was great.
#25
SuperSambo
# Number of Pixels: 1,049,088 (1,366 x 768) pixels On a 50"? Avoid.

Yawn!

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