Panasonic Viera L26C20B LCD 26" TV £229 from Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Very good price for a 26" LCD TV, hardly ever any decent prices for 26" unlike run of the mill 32"!


Panasonic's Viera TX-L26C20B 26" HD Ready LCD TV delivers a premium viewing experience, with Vreal Pro 4 Picture Technology on a 1366 x 768 resolution screen. This stylish LCD television is perfect for family watching, since its deep viewing angle means there won't be a bad seat in the house, while two five-watt integrated speakers pump out V-Audio Surround with Dolby Digital Plus.

The Panasonic Viera TXL26C20B also offers a full suite of connectivity options, with two HDMI slots that let you attach an array of High Definition devices from Blu-ray players to game consoles to digital camcorders, and many more expansion options. VIERA Link gives you access to many popular internet features, while the VIERA Image Viewer lets you look at your own content with ease.

Its multimedia abilities don't mean that the Viera TX-L26C20B skimps on offering a great selection of TV-watching options. With integrated Freeview, you'll never want for something to watch from an array of free channels!

Upgrade your Hi-Def TV experience with Panasonic's Viera TX-L26C20B 26" HD Ready LCD TV!

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#1
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#2
agreed its hard to find decent 26" deals.
shall we wait for the comments you can buy a 32" for a little more X)

hot from me :)
#3
quizmaniac
agreed its hard to find decent 26" deals.
shall we wait for the comments you can buy a 32" for a little more X)

hot from me :)


Yeah I'm surprised nobody has chirped up with the 32" yadda yadda yet X)
#4
you can get a 32" for the same price. You fail so much...
#5
itzgary
you can get a 32" for the same price. You fail so much...


http://www.threadbombing.com/data/media/2/687fea91677be9103defb8dc0b97e8b7.gif
#6
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itzgary
you can get a 32" for the same price. You fail so much...


http://www.threadbombing.com/data/media/2/687fea91677be9103defb8dc0b97e8b7.gif


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-32ld320-32-inch-lcd-tv-hd-ready-/806433/#post9904363
#7
itzgary
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itzgary
you can get a 32" for the same price. You fail so much...




http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-32ld320-32-inch-lcd-tv-hd-ready-/806433/#post9904363


You're not very quick on the uptake are you? Read the first line of the deal, 32" deals are ten a penny, its the most popular size and always has decent deals. People need certain size TV's to fit in certain areas of the house, 26" LCD TV's from decent manufacturers are nearly always the same price or more expensive than 32".


Edited By: Adidas Addict on Nov 26, 2010 00:17: sp
#8
itzgary
you can get a 32" for the same price. You fail so much...


lol i knew their would be one person who just doesn't understand.
#9
itzgary
you can get a 32" for the same price. You fail so much...

probably the same person who has a 60in tv for a 11 ft square living and is sat 2ft from it......you think im joking....ive seen someone who did just that....some people are clueless
#10
I had all this rubbish too when I posted a decent price (at the time) for a Panasonic 26in LCD. I was buying the parents one, THEY DIDN'T WANT A TV ANY BIGGER.

Voted hot.
#11
Is this the one with the stupid textured look or the piano black one because the 10B models looked really nice but they killed the styling with the 20B's but this looks piano black as oppose to stupid crosshatchcrappyness.
#12
ANYONE WHO COULD GIVE ME SOME CLUE AS TO A GOOD DEAL ON A 42" I WOULD APPRICIATE IT THANKS
#13
kayfrisby
ANYONE WHO COULD GIVE ME SOME CLUE AS TO A GOOD DEAL ON A 42" I WOULD APPRICIATE IT THANKS



So, when you typed TV into the search box (Top of the page), what happened then? I found TOSHIBA 40" FULL HD LCD TV FOR £339 @ AMAZON

Edited By: Norman-B on Nov 26, 2010 08:37
#14
Wouldn't a 32" TV be just a little more?
#15
is it just freeview or freevieHD, with freesat?

one problem with sub32" tvs is many have cheap panels,.mostly derived from cheap computer monitors :-(

the next model up didn't get particularly good reviews so to be honest I think this one is cheap for a reason. still, it's a good price so voted hot.
#16
speculatrix
is it just freeview or freevieHD, with freesat?

one problem with sub32" tvs is many have cheap panels,.mostly derived from cheap computer monitors :-(


It's just freeview, most 26" are TV panels including this one. You're right with lots of other small sizes though, especially 15/19/22/23/24".
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Gingerboy
Wouldn't a 32" TV be just a little more?


As discussed above and many times before, yes you can get a 32" for the same money. Lost of people need/want a 26" though, either due to space restraints of where the TV will be situated or just for personal taste reasons.
#18
Grrr, a wanted one of these a few months ago and went for an inferior LG model - For more than this :(

Voted hot
#19
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Gingerboy
Wouldn't a 32" TV be just a little more?
As discussed above and many times before, yes you can get a 32" for the same money. Lost of people need/want a 26" though, either due to space restraints of where the TV will be situated or just for personal taste reasons.

Agree - I need to wall mount in the cellar kitchen and 25-26" would do me fine. Cheers Op.
#20
Just what ive been looking for - thanks :-)
#21
Hi, seems a great deal for a 26 inch Panny, Ive been looking for a 22" or 26" tv for my daughters Xmas, but really wanted one that plays xvids via USB as she has loads of movies on a hard drive, sounds daft but im not going to let her watch tv, just watch movies now and then until shes older, anyone reccomend a 22" or 26" that does this?
#22
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Gingerboy
Wouldn't a 32" TV be just a little more?


As discussed above and many times before, yes you can get a 32" for the same money. Lost of people need/want a 26" though, either due to space restraints of where the TV will be situated or just for personal taste reasons.


You bite too easy x
#23
I have this TV, bought it last year from Tesco for £250 - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-26-lcd-tv-250-at-tesco/565995?page=1

Really good quality, perfect size for my bedroom. I have it hooked up to my xbox and pc and It is capable of producing a full 1080p HD picture. It hardly gets dusty, whereas my pc monitor needs a wipe everyday. Guess it has some dust resistant coating?
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Gingerboy
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Gingerboy
Wouldn't a 32" TV be just a little more?


As discussed above and many times before, yes you can get a 32" for the same money. Lost of people need/want a 26" though, either due to space restraints of where the TV will be situated or just for personal taste reasons.


You bite too easy x


1: If I had indeed bitten, it wouldn't have been the nice polite reply that it was
2: If your comment was a sarcastic one then maybe you should have used a smiley, that's what they are there for (_;)
3: I am not sure I like the kiss on the end of your post, gingerboys definitely are not my thing. oO

Edited By: Adidas Addict on Nov 26, 2010 13:11
#25
Got my mother a 26" pannie a couple of years ago with 5yr warranty

Only HD ready - but standard def sky looks great on it and sound is excellent to - excellent little telly and
picture doesnt look that small in average living room - unless you are used to 50" monsters now !
#26
expire! it's £279 now
#27
Thats just great. Was in the process of buying it. Website reported "technical problems". Price went up £50 oO
#28
speculatrix
is it just freeview or freevieHD, with freesat?

one problem with sub32" tvs is many have cheap panels,.mostly derived from cheap computer monitors :-(

the next model up didn't get particularly good reviews so to be honest I think this one is cheap for a reason. still, it's a good price so voted hot.


Which is why I want a cheapo Hannspree 23-27" tv. I was quite annoyed at missing the last ebuyer deal.

Edit: ebuyer are back with the 25" but newer model £170 here. I've bought :D

Edited By: bman on Nov 26, 2010 18:41: update

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