Panasonic Viera TH37PX70 Plasma - £699 in-store @ House of Fraser - HotUKDeals
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Just popped into the House Of Frasure in Norwich and they had the 37inch plasma for £699 with stand and a 5 year guarantee. Of course if you go to John Lewis they will price match this. The web site shows it for £50 more. Might pay to ring the Norwich store.

The awesome Panasonic TH37PX70 features Viera?new V-Real technology for outstanding picture quality. The Advanced 3D colour management system ensures that colour, brightness and luminosity are independently detected to produce the optimal quality in each, resulting in a picture that is bright and beautiful. You? also enjoy atmospheric sound from SRS TruSurround and a wide selection of channels thanks to its integrated digital tuner.
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#1
Added "£699 in-store @ House of Fraser" to title :)

If you want more info, click here:) As this is not online @ House of Fraser. Welcome to HotUKDeals warppower!
#2
Awesome TV. Bought one from John Lewis after returning a 1080p Toshiba and Samsung within a week in both cases - the picture from this is simply awesome.
#3
We are waiting for the 42" version been waiting a week since ordering from House Of Frazer. It was £799 with pedastal and 5 year warranty. This was in Cheltenham.
Better bargain than John lewis as you dont get the pedastal at JL included in price which is an extra £99.
#4
Thanks for the amendments

John lewis will pricematch.

I know a few people who have theses plasmas and all are very pleased and say the picture is superb.
#5
far better than my sony lcd
#6
StillNotGareth;1509585
Awesome TV. Bought one from John Lewis after returning a 1080p Toshiba and Samsung within a week in both cases - the picture from this is simply awesome.

good decision...plasma is better than lcd at the mo imo.....the 37in panasonic or 37in loewe are the only decent lcd's imo....why did you return the toshiba or samsung? where they rubbish or did they breakdown...lol?
incidentally nearly bought this 2 weeks ago on Amazon for 599.99 delivered...think they are on order now
#7
i have this telly and i must say on SD freeview the picture is just lovely
#8
royals
good decision...plasma is better than lcd at the mo imo.....the 37in panasonic or 37in loewe are the only decent lcd's imo....why did you return the toshiba or samsung? where they rubbish or did they breakdown...lol?
incidentally nearly bought this 2 weeks ago on Amazon for 599.99 delivered...think they are on order now


The sammy and tosh were good sets, but for my needs (standard def freeview, xbox games, and HD-DVD) the colours and motion handling of the plasma made more of a difference to the overall picture than the increased resolution of the LCD's. Got it from JL for £699 including the stand (price match with empire direct) which seemed good at the time considering the warranty.
#9
I'm a little confused, Amazon are stating that this tv is 1080p but doesn't the resolution have to be 1920 x 1080 pixel to be 1080p? If anyone can help me out I would be very grateful.
#10
tonez
I'm a little confused, Amazon are stating that this tv is 1080p but doesn't the resolution have to be 1920 x 1080 pixel to be 1080p? If anyone can help me out I would be very grateful.


It means it is able to accept a 1080p input (such as Blu Ray or HD DVD) and will then scale it down. But the picture is still awesome and will still outperform many Full HD LCD screens. However it won't be as crisp as a Full HD plasma such as Panasonic's PZ series like the TH-42PZ70.

Interestingly enough, Amazon are selling the TH-42PX70 for £150 less than the TH-37PX70 (without pedestal stand)!
#11
StillNotGareth;1510262
The sammy and tosh were good sets, but for my needs (standard def freeview, xbox games, and HD-DVD) the colours and motion handling of the plasma made more of a difference to the overall picture than the increased resolution of the LCD's. Got it from JL for £699 including the stand (price match with empire direct) which seemed good at the time considering the warranty.

now you know why people who prefer plasmas always put down LCD's...in some cases they are fine, esp with a decent source...prob is that most tv is standard def and all tv is lower than 1080p
my viewpoint of say a 1080p LCD tv would change if:-
a) some/all tv was 1080p - years away yet
b) lcd's could handle motion well - refresh rates improved
c) lcd's can handle dark scenes well
#12
cyanide69;1512494
It means it is able to accept a 1080p input (such as Blu Ray or HD DVD) and will then scale it down. But the picture is still awesome and will still outperform many Full HD LCD screens. However it won't be as crisp as a Full HD plasma such as Panasonic's PZ series like the TH-42PZ70.

Interestingly enough, Amazon are selling the TH-42PX70 for £150 less than the TH-37PX70 (without pedestal stand)!

i compared the 37px70 against panasonics 37in 1080p pz70 side by side in a shop and imo the plamsa was a little better for blu ray despite it lower resolution, but when it came to Standard Def, well the plasma won by a country mile
remember there is a alot more to a tv than just the number of pixels
#13
royals
i compared the 37px70 against panasonics 37in 1080p pz70 side by side in a shop and imo the plamsa was a little better for blu ray despite it lower resolution, but when it came to Standard Def, well the plasma won by a country mile
remember there is a alot more to a tv than just the number of pixels


There's no 37PZ70. The PZ70 are 1080p plasmas. Do you mean the new Panasonic LCD 37LZ70 which is supposed to replace (unfortunately maybe?) the 37PX70 ?

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