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Panasonic Viera TX-L32U10B 32" 1080P HD LCD TV = £399.99 Dixons

£399.99 @ Dixons
Take your home entertainment to new levels with the Panasonic Viera TX-L32U10B 32" Full HD LCD TV. This flatscreen television combines great picture and sound quality with flexible connectivity, makin… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Take your home entertainment to new levels with the Panasonic Viera TX-L32U10B 32" Full HD LCD TV. This flatscreen television combines great picture and sound quality with flexible connectivity, making it a fine choice for discerning viewers.

The LCD panel of the Panasonic Viera TX-L32U10B offers a 32-inch diagonal, 40,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a fantastic viewing angle of 178 degrees. The Full High Definition resolution ensures it's compatible with the best viewing choices of today and tomorrow, such as Blu-ray players and next-gen game consoles.

With 2 HDMI connectors, 2 SCART sockets, composite, component, and S-video inputs, you'll have plenty of options for using the Panasonic Viera TXL32U10B with your other devices. This television even sports an SD card slot for viewing photos and videos directly from a memory card.

And while the Panasonic Viera TX-L32U10B 32" Full HD LCD TV has powerful built-in speakers providing 20 watts of power, you'll also appreciate the headphone socket when you want to catch a late-night movie while the rest of the house sleeps!

1080P
40,000:1 contrast ratio
50hz
Built-in digital TV tuner
2x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component
V Real Pro 3 Engine
NICAM stereo sound
Viera Link - 1 remote for all components

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#1
Looks a good deal to me - would be interested to see what the hukd community thinks :)
#2
I've never heard of this model - is this the same as the V10B?
#3
Ryu
I've never heard of this model - is this the same as the V10B?


Yes, I can't work out which model it is?

http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Products/Viera+Flat+Screen+Televisions/LCD+TVs/LCD+Overview/2526851/index.html

Panasonic are still doing their free 5 year warranty when bought from approved suppliers too.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=392801

I need to get it unexpired. It's been extended to the end of August and they may extend it again.
#4
You are covered by European law for 4 years, it states that goods should last a reasonable amount of time under normal use. If it breaks in that time then you can demand they replace or fix it.
#5
JoeUK
You are covered by European law for 4 years, it states that goods should last a reasonable amount of time under normal use. If it breaks in that time then you can demand they replace or fix it.


I didn't know that! Thought we were covered by the Sales of Goods Act? Could you provide a link?

Honestly I'd prefer a five year manufacturers warranty. Like the one I got for the TX32lxd80 I bought in the post-Xmas sales.

DSG's aftersales are not the best.
1 Like #6
After further checks I now learn that the EU directive (Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002) was incorporated here into the UK law. But the EU directive suggested a 2 year standard warranty on goods (sorry I thought it was 4). But the UK law already had a 6 year window for people to claim damages within. Yes I really just said 6 years (5 years for Scotland).

Sale of Goods Act 1979 as amended:
"For up to six years after purchase (five years from discovery in Scotland) purchasers can demand damages (which a court would equate to the cost of a repair or replacement)."

So long as you can prove it was a proper internal fault. Not because you dropped it! lol

If you want to read more about this here are the links:
www.consumerdirect.gov.uk - ADVICE
Sale of Goods Act Fact Sheet
#7
JoeUK
Sale of Goods Act 1979 as amended:
"For up to six years after purchase (five years from discovery in Scotland) purchasers can demand damages (which a court would equate to the cost of a repair or replacement)."

So long as you can prove it was a proper internal fault. Not because you dropped it! lol


Well I would hate all the hassle of having to got to court.

Interesting stuff. Thanks. Have some rep fella! :thumbsup:
2 Likes #8
Thanks :)

I think it would be fairly rare that you had to got to court. Even if you did it would only be small claims court and I'm not sure you would even have to appear in person.

But as ammunition goes you have the law behind you. If it breaks down in 6 years, threaten legal action with a letter if they refuse to help. I would also write that you will share all the information along with pictures - in a naming and shaming campaign on the internet. For them it's much more damaging to let you go away an unhappy customer spreading your experience all over the internet. In fact it works in the complete opposite for them to just fix it or replace it - It then becomes a positive advert for them. As you are more likely to then spread positive feedback around socially - something that traditional marketing can't achieve.
#9
JoeUK
Thanks :)

I think it would be fairly rare that you had to got to court. Even if you did it would only be small claims court and I'm not sure you would even have to appear in person.

But as ammunition goes you have the law behind you. If it breaks down in 6 years, threaten legal action with a letter if they refuse to help. I would also write that you will share all the information along with pictures - in a naming and shaming campaign on the internet. For them it's much more damaging to let you go away an unhappy customer spreading your experience all over the internet. In fact it works in the complete opposite for them to just fix it or replace it - It then becomes a positive advert for them. As you are more likely to then spread positive feedback around socially - something that traditional marketing can't achieve.


great advice and great deal! have some rep mate
banned#10
this is a very very good price for that

mite ask the missus lol
#11
I've read somewhere on this site that Full HD TVs are useless without at least 100Hz to back it up? This is just 50Hz...

Could be wrong though.
#12
would the Samsung LE32B530 32" Full HD LCD TV Freeview 1920x1080 60,000:1 be a better tv as it has 60,000:1 as oppossed to this models 40,000:1? I know nothing!

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/166889#
#13
sdavi3680
would the Samsung LE32B530 32" Full HD LCD TV Freeview 1920x1080 60,000:1 be a better tv as it has 60,000:1 as oppossed to this models 40,000:1? I know nothing!

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/166889#


I would also like to know this

But thanks for the deal looks good :thumbsup:
#14
sdavi3680
would the Samsung LE32B530 32" Full HD LCD TV Freeview 1920x1080 60,000:1 be a better tv as it has 60,000:1 as oppossed to this models 40,000:1? I know nothing!

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/166889#


No.
Just because its higher doesn't mean its better. The manufacturers like to exaggerate those numbers!

At a guess I would say the Panasonic is probably the better TV...
#15
This in store as well as online!?
#16
Artheido
I've read somewhere on this site that Full HD TVs are useless without at least 100Hz to back it up? This is just 50Hz...

Could be wrong though.


If that's a concern, go for the 100hz X15B model i posted a few days ago at basically the same price.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/471486/panasonic-tx-l32x15b-32-lcd-tv-whic

Not Full 1080p HD, but that's utterly pointless on a 32" unless you're using it as a computer monitor.
#17
panasonic have a excellent all round reputation, as for the sammy model i for one am not impressed with the sammy range as a whole. Sammy budget models tend to have terrible sound out of the box ok if you hook up to a system but a complete lack of bass. None of the flat screens create brilliant sound due to restrictions of space but sammy's are about the worst ive heard upto mid range prices.

I would also be tempted to get 100hz over 50hz for obvious reasons but to try and choose a tv by looking at spec levels alone is a lottery you need to look up online independant reviews even at budget prices, but 399.99 for a panasonic model does seem a decent price....:)
#18
Anyone know if there are any prof / semi prof reviews of this floating about? Trying to make the choice between this and the Toshiba also posted today :roll:
#19
Thin
Anyone know if there are any prof / semi prof reviews of this floating about? Trying to make the choice between this and the Toshiba also posted today :roll:


It's not on Which? and I can't even find the model listed in the 2009 range detailed on WhatHifi etc. http://community.whathifi.com/blogs/television/archive/2009/02/26/panasonic-s-2009-viera-tv-range-in-detail-pictures-and-prices.aspx - nope!

it's not even listed on Panasonics own site afaics...
http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Products/Viera+Flat+Screen+Televisions/Overview/Panasonic+VIERA+with+freesat+HD/711712/index.html
#20


Yeah, I couldn't see it on which / cnet etc either. Model numbers not on manufacturers sites is a continual annoyance. there was a goodmans radio on here during the week I fancied but wanted to check the spec on. By the time they'd got back to me with the pdf of the manual (albeit the same day) the damn thing had sold out :viking:
#21
Not sure if it's the case here, but occassionally manufacturers provide different model numbers on some products specific to the store selling them i.e. it may be L32U10B at Dixons but L32G10B at Comet. Often confuses the hell out of consumers! :thinking:

Cheekster.
#22
try looking at footy on a 50 hz against a 100hz set . one of the main pubs in my town has loads of sets .. on eof the is clearly 50.. and the judder is truly horrific . big namr brand as well
#23
Comparing the brand and model of a TV you can't remember to this isn't the same.
#24
Ryu;6137655
I've never heard of this model - is this the same as the V10B?

typical dixons only model based - should be the same as one of the panny range.....but which one is anybodys guess
#25
s1m0nc;6213908

lol, i wouldnt bother with which for tv's - only 40% of the mark goes to the quality of the picture.....durr! in fact as their best buys start @ 60%ish then a tv could be a best but but have a lousy picture.....which? credibility went down the pan when i discovered this basic flaw! experts dont make me laugh!!
#26
TALON1973;6214807
try looking at footy on a 50 hz against a 100hz set . one of the main pubs in my town has loads of sets .. on eof the is clearly 50.. and the judder is truly horrific . big namr brand as well

but its a general trait of lcd's, thats why plasmas are far superior - i have an lcd and plasma - the lcd is ok until things start to move...lol.....i also watched a blu ray movie on the local blockbuster shops sony lcd - picture was dreadful, really pixellated even from a reasonable distance - and it was setup correctly - why do people buy big lcd's (over 37") rather than plasmas?
#27
royals
but its a general trait of lcd's, thats why plasmas are far superior - i have an lcd and plasma - the lcd is ok until things start to move...lol.....i also watched a blu ray movie on the local blockbuster shops sony lcd - picture was dreadful, really pixellated even from a reasonable distance - and it was setup correctly - why do people buy big lcd's (over 37") rather than plasmas?


Bang on ! . I was a tv engineer for years and can't answer that question . Plasma seems to be being fazed out big time. An ex work colleague of mine went to a plasma tv plant and they were throwing them all in skips clearing the way to start making only LCD !!!! . He asked them if he could have a few but they said no because they hadn't been through Q.A ... LOL . Just goes to show its not always the best technicallly that wins the war (betamax Vs vhs , sky Vs bsb the list goes on).
Getting back to the Panasonic Viera TX-L32U10B 32" i have no idea about this model which as a engineer is a good thing because it means you have never had to fix it ( used to see a lot of new stuff belive me ! ). I can only say that Panasonic Tvs are excellent and give the best LCD picture i have seen bar none . Their technical support is also excellent ( very important if you want it fixed some day) unlike Philips who have dropped down the product quality list :whistling:. None of this is much help i know but you can't go far wrong with a Panasonic unlike some of the other so called top brands SSAmmmmSSSUnnggg ( sorry bad cough) :whistling::whistling:
#28
royals
lol, i wouldnt bother with which for tv's - only 40% of the mark goes to the quality of the picture.....durr! in fact as their best buys start @ 60%ish then a tv could be a best but but have a lousy picture.....which? credibility went down the pan when i discovered this basic flaw! experts dont make me laugh!!


I agree it's not the greatest. They only got the reviews for the '09 Panasonic range online about a month ago...

it's useful as an independent benchmark however - all of the online review sites either miss swathes of models (WhatHifi etc has like 10% of models i search on) or has millions of users reviews which are massively skewed and, since subjective, variable for every model - it's useless!

Need to read across the spectrum and not just use one source, but as long as you're doing that, as I say Which I think is a good start point at least.

For ref, all of the top 16 are 70% or above... and most (if not all) will have scored diddly squat for sound quality as none of the manufacturers have seen fit to speak to somone who knows how to make a small / thin speaker... :)
#29
This is now £361 with latest code offer at Dixons, did anyone buy one and if so how did they get on with it?

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