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Panasonic Viera TX-L32U10B 32" Full HD LCD TV - £379.99 @ Dixons

£379.99 @ Dixons
This looks like a fantastic deal at £379.99 Comet have the exact same TV calling it the TX-L32S10 and its £499.99! which makes Dixons £130 cheaper! Spec taken from Dixons website: Take your home… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
This looks like a fantastic deal at £379.99
Comet have the exact same TV calling it the TX-L32S10 and its £499.99! which makes Dixons £130 cheaper!

Spec taken from Dixons website:
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.
40,000:1 contrast ratio
50hz
Built-in digital TV tuner
2x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component
V Real Pro 3 Engine

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banned#1
Widescreen Option - NO :x
A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format
#2
hotukdealsnow
Widescreen Option - NO :x
A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format


Id say thats likely to be crap info from Dixons as this is a widescreen TV lol and 1920 divided by 1080 is the same as 16 divided by 9.

And you can get £11 with TopCashBack.

Edit - Was gonna order but it doesnt have a VGA input :(
#3
This looks like a fantastic deal at £379.99
Comet have the exact same TV calling it the TX-L32S10 and its £499.99! which makes Dixons £130 cheaper!


£120 cheaper ;)
#4
hotukdealsnow
Widescreen Option - NO :x
A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format


I'm pretty sure most movies aren't 16:9. Isn't that why there are black bands at the top and bottom of the screen whilst watching most films?

I also heard that if films (except made for TV films) are full screen they are cut in some way to fit.
#5
hotukdealsnow
Widescreen Option - NO :x
A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format


lol, I don't think I've seen a non-widescreen TV on sale for years now!
Of course it's widescreen :p
#6
yeah - it will be widescreem
#7
Comet have the exact same TV calling it the TX-L32S10


It might look the same but is it exactly the same? Looks a good deal though, voted hot.

Also, don't trust any of the specs from Dixons own site. They are very likely to be wrong.
#8
If John Lewis will price match this it will be an even more scorcher of a deal! :-D

Presumably if you're only watching standard definition stuff, it's not gonna look great on a 1080p Full HD LCD set?

Cheekster.
#10
I think there may be confusion here with some widescreen formats. A lot of films are shot wider than 16:9 like 1.85:1 or even 2.39:1. It depends what version release of disc you buy to what format it will be on for home release and most TV broadcast just get re-formatted into 16:9 nowadays. I have seen some 1.85:1 TVs for sale a few years back but not many.

I dont know but i suspect this TV MAY (im not sure!) just auto re-format 1.85:1 and 2.39:1 into 16:9 but since its just a 32" TV I dont think thats a big deal.
#11
banned#12
hotukdealsnow
Widescreen Option - NO :x
A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format


stupid comment
hot deal
#13
CountFilth
It might look the same but is it exactly the same? Looks a good deal though, voted hot.

No, it's not the same - the S range are higher spec than the U. Details here.

phproxy
Is this better than the samsung?

Yes. Samsung are good, but Panasonic are great - even with their "budget" tvs.


Voted hot, and rep added.



Edit: Actually, I didn't realise they did a U model on the LCD, now I think about it - and the link I provided doesn't appear to have it.
However, on the Plasmas the S is higher spec than the U, so I'd imagine it's the same on the LCDs...
#14
nice find
#15
Late
No, it's not the same - the S range are higher spec than the U. Details here.


Yes. Samsung are good, but Panasonic are great - even with their "budget" tvs.


Voted hot, and rep added.



Edit: Actually, I didn't realise they did a U model on the LCD, now I think about it - and the link I provided doesn't appear to have it.
However, on the Plasmas the S is higher spec than the U, so I'd imagine it's the same on the LCDs...


Yeah the U is a cut down version of the S... they remove connections, 1 less HDMI and no VGA input and has a lower contrast by 10,000:1
#16


anything is better than a samsung.....for starters a panny will last more than 10 minutes
#18


Yes this is true, dont think this is the case with Blue Ray discs though (at least I would hope not!).
#19
heat added. but i think panasonic's are way overrated.

get an LG, they rock.
#20
cheekster
If John Lewis will price match this it will be an even more scorcher of a deal! :-D

Presumably if you're only watching standard definition stuff, it's not gonna look great on a 1080p Full HD LCD set?

Cheekster.


John Lewis will not price match internet deals. Though Dixons and Currys have the same parent company, their prices are often different and they will not match prices as I have asked.

Looks like it is £449.99 at Currys, which John Lewis would match !

http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/store/cur_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0246146385.1253146411@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccefadeifmmdhgdcflgceggdhhmdgmi.0&page=Product&fm=11&sm=0&tm=1&sku=873753&category_oid=-34810

The only way you might be able to confuse them into price matching is if they don't realise Dixons no longer trades from the High Street or you can confuse them into thinking that you can buy from Dixons and pick up at Currys and that makes it a store deal. I reckon if you got the manager right away and put your case, he might just let you have it. I'd give it a shot !
#21


i'd pick panasonic over samsung anyday, quality tvs and actually reliable
#22
cubed
heat added. but i think panasonic's are way overrated.

get an LG, they rock.


I would NEVER buy an LG TV ever after seeing the rubbish set bought by a friend of mine! Can't see how any company could put such a product at his on the market!

The picture quality on SD is truly woeful [50" plasma] and the worst I have ever seen! :shock:

Let's just say his jaw hit the floor when he spied my 50" Panny for the first time :p [both are 1080p]
banned#23
hot hot hot :)
suspended#24
Faythur
I would NEVER buy an LG TV ever after seeing the rubbish set bought by a friend of mine! Can't see how any company could put such a product at his on the market!

The picture quality on SD is truly woeful [50" plasma] and the worst I have ever seen! :shock:

Let's just say his jaw hit the floor when he spied my 50" Panny for the first time :p [both are 1080p]


My LG is great:thumbsup:
#25
Think some people are getting the widescreen issue around their necks. 16:9 is the standard widescreen setup that had been in place for years. Essentially, a 16:9 screen is 1.78 times tall as it is high and can also be expressed as 1.78:1.

A lot of films are made in the ratio of 1.78:1 which will have no borderes at the top and bottom, or 1.85:1, which will produce tiny black borders to the top and bottom of the screen. Usually used in moderate budget films, chick flicks and the like.

Finally there is the likes 2.35:1 or indeed 2.40:1. This is ultra widescreen and tends to be in films by the likes of James Cameron and David Fincher. Gives a very cinematic look but usually needs a big budget as filling a screen that wide cost a lot for visual fx.

On a set like this, you will have small black borders above and below the picture to fit the image on screen as it is so wide. If you use the zoom function on the TV, it will cut image from the film away and may lose you some import detail (or person or the like) as the TV crops it.

Just put it into wide mode or 16:9 mode, dependant on set and enjoy. Hope that helps :)
#26
John Lewis Price Match + 5 years Warranty + 12% Employee Discount = £335 :)
#27
This is definately widescreen!
#28
Its been a blast hearing some of you lot arguing about whether a widescreen tv has a widescreen option or not :P
Dont stop now!
#29
3.1415926
John Lewis will not price match internet deals. Though Dixons and Currys have the same parent company, their prices are often different and they will not match prices as I have asked.

Looks like it is £449.99 at Currys, which John Lewis would match !

http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/store/cur_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0246146385.1253146411@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccefadeifmmdhgdcflgceggdhhmdgmi.0&page=Product&fm=11&sm=0&tm=1&sku=873753&category_oid=-34810

The only way you might be able to confuse them into price matching is if they don't realise Dixons no longer trades from the High Street or you can confuse them into thinking that you can buy from Dixons and pick up at Currys and that makes it a store deal. I reckon if you got the manager right away and put your case, he might just let you have it. I'd give it a shot !


Wow, you really think the manager of John Lewis would be this stupid? They check out all price match deals anyway, so you would just look like a massive d*ck head.
#30
cubed;6313659
heat added. but i think panasonic's are way overrated.

get an LG, they rock.

lol
#31
Faythur;6314030
I would NEVER buy an LG TV ever after seeing the rubbish set bought by a friend of mine! Can't see how any company could put such a product at his on the market!

The picture quality on SD is truly woeful [50" plasma] and the worst I have ever seen! :shock:

Let's just say his jaw hit the floor when he spied my 50" Panny for the first time :p [both are 1080p]

panny make the best lcd's imo...only the pioneer / panny plasmas are better but alas no more - inferior lcds were always going to win the format battle as you can buy lcds of any size - plasmas are only >37in
#32
Only Pioneer have stopped producing - Panasonic continue to make very good sets. I've recently bought one and for picture quality its much better than my older 1080p Toshiba 3030D (which in itself was very good). I'd buy this for the bedroom if I had the readies - Pannys are cracking sets!
banned#33
hot like an oven
#34
Evostance
John Lewis Price Match + 5 years Warranty + 12% Employee Discount = £335 :)


I can't see it on John Lewis website so no chance of a price match ??

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