Panasonic Viera TX-32LMD70 LCD TV £459.99 delivered @ Laskys (+2.5% quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Recently rated a Best Buy by Which. Not used Laskys before, but the price is £26 cheaper than anywhere else.

This HD ready, 32-inch IDTV, boasts super pictures, decent sound and the usual impressive array of features, such as an energy saving light sensor and audio description. Compared to the pricier models in the Panasonic range, it's missing a couple of sockets and some digital processing software (which makes only a marginal difference to overall picture quality).

Standard pictures are superb for depth, clarity, movement and detail although there's a very, very slight green tint. Freeview pictures are better than most and HD pictures excellent. On paper it's not fully compatible with high definition DVD players but in reality it doesn't do a bad job of coping with the mis-match in frame rates (see features explained and FAQ).

Like the rest of the 2007 Panasonic range, there's a slight problem with interference with analogue tuner sound. But it's hardly noticeable and shouldn't detract from the overall sound quality.

It also supports audio description. Found on some Freeview programmes, this is an additional narration for visually-impaired people that describes significant visual information, such as body language and scenery.

It's also a cinch to use and features well designed on-screen menus and Freeview electronic programme guide (EPG).

The remote is well laid out and clearly labeled. A coordinating pedestal stand is supplied but it can be wall mounted if a suitable bracket is purchased.

It has two HDMI for connecting to high definition equipment and two Scart sockets. Both Scarts carry RGB and are Q-Link enabled (can trigger a compatible recorder).

Handy side AV input sockets let you connect portable devices and there's a headphone output jack, which has an independent volume control. However, the TV lacks a digital audio output socket, so cannot be connected to a home cinema system, but can be connected to a hi-fi system via the stereo audio output socket.

The energy conscious will also be happy to hear it uses under 100 watts when on' and features a light sensor.

Pros: Great picture, light sensor, audio description, power use, easy to use

Cons: Not alot
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#1
I've got one of these and it's pretty good actually. Bought mine a year or so ago and have had no problems with it at all. Picture quality is fine and the integrated freeview works well. The remote is well thought out batteries last ages (think I've changed them once!). If you've got other Panny kit, like dvd/vcr player, then the remote controls those too. Mine cost a couple of hundred quid more than this price, so I'm voting HOT.
#2
richer sounds £399,http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PANA-TX32LMD70-DVDR
was gonna pick this up but they dont do finance, so i opted for the 32inch AS from argos
#3
anoosie
richer sounds £399,http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PANA-TX32LMD70-DVDR
was gonna pick this up but they dont do finance, so i opted for the 32inch AS from argos


Richer sounds price is only available if you purchase the bundled dvd recorder for an additional £149. If you need a recorder, then the Richer Sounds deal is a good one: £548 for the TV and recorder. If you just need the TV, stick with the Laskys deal.
#4
ganzee
Richer sounds price is only available if you purchase the bundled dvd recorder for an additional £149. If you need a recorder, then the Richer Sounds deal is a good one: £548 for the TV and recorder. If you just need the TV, stick with the Laskys deal.


FYI DVD recorder mentioned above is Panasonic DMREZ27. Available for £129.99 on Amazon with mixed reviews.

Richer Sounds deal is also only available in store.
#5
Was going to buy this from play the other day for £479.99. Good find this. The tv itself isnt the most modern looking but the screen quality seems excellent.
banned#6
I thought it was the 32LXD that was the Which best buy?
#7
Most of the Panasonic LCDs are best buys on which including this one.
banned#8
Cool. Cheers for the quick response...
banned#9
If it was me I would splash out the little extra to get a full HD set.
#10
Picked up the lmd version from John Lewis store Cheadle for £453 on 18/3 - it was a price match offer. Very impressed with the TV.
banned#11
But studies say 1080P isn't visible on a sub 42 inch screen without sitting up close.
#12
The 100hz LXD panel is far, far better if you can stretch the pennies...
#13
Who did you get John Lewis to price match with? The best I have found so far is richer sounds at £499.
#14
John Lewis had the Lxd (£749) and Lmd (£453) versions both with 5 year guarantees. The Lxd version was better but I did not think it was £296 better! Even Which thought the difference was marginal: it gave the lxd 78% and the lmd 77% and the best non-Panasonic got 74%.

You can obviously get the lxd version (without the 5 year guarantee) cheaper elsewhere.
#15
John Lewis had the 32" lmd on display cheaper than the 26" lmd. I was concerned that perhaps the 32" was a display model. When I asked for an explanation of the price difference, I was told that they were price matching on the 32" version but they didn't provide any details. I picked up a brand new lmd from their local warehouse.
#16
auldyin
John Lewis had the 32" lmd on display cheaper than the 26" lmd. I was concerned that perhaps the 32" was a display model. When I asked for an explanation of the price difference, I was told that they were price matching on the 32" version but they didn't provide any details. I picked up a brand new lmd from their local warehouse.


Cheers for the info it would be interesting to know who they were price matching and it it was local or nationwide. Do you if it is still that price in your John Lewis? I think if another John Lewis is price matching then I can get my local to price match too.
#17
Sorry; can't help. That branch was not local but I was in the area. You would need to phone them or perhaps someone else seeing these posts might be able to help.

At the time I thought I had better buy while the going was good as it was £599 on the John Lewis internet site and at that time other sites wanted over £500 including delivery.
#18
can u give the link to price matching with john lewis ? my eyesight is failing :whistling:
#19
Panasonic may well be a good brand for Tvs but as was said earlier, it's definitely the LX, not the LM that's the good model.
#20
AVF has a mixed bag of opinion... More reading up 1st I reckon!

Good proce though on paper!

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