PANASONIC VIERA TX-L32U2B 32" Full HD LCD TV £329 Delivered @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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3% Quidco as well.

Does anyone have this TV or have seen any reviews?

The Panasonic VIERA TX-L32U2B 32" Full HD LCD TV offers crisp, life-like 1920 x 1080p HD resolution, delivered with stunning colours and clarity thanks to its Vreal Pro 5 picture engine and 20,000:1 dynamic contrast.

The VIERA TX-L32U2B's 178-degree viewing angle means there won't be a bad seat in the house, while an integrated Freeview digital tuner gives you free access to a vast library of digital programming. Its integrated stereo speakers deliver 2 x 10 watts of immersive audio.

Designed to be sleek and slim in its black finish, the VIERA TX-L32U2B 32" Full HD LCD TV offers true versatility, with an SD slot allowing easy on-screen viewing of SD memory card-stored photo files, and even playback of AVCHD home films. Connection abilities include two HDMI ports, so you can simultaneously hook up your favourite devices such as Blu-ray players and HD games consoles, a PC connection for easy hook up of your laptop or desktop, and more.

Enjoy the rich images and multifunction versatility of the VIERA TX-L32U2B 32" Full HD LCD TV from Panasonic!

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#1
We have this - amazing pictures. Love the shape of it too. It is more widescreen than others I have seen. Far superior to our old toshiba.
#2
Oh and it was £100 more expensive than this 6 months ago. Great deal
#3
Argh! Not more glossy framed televisions.
My quest for a matte finish continues.
#4
i've been looking for a good value 32" for ages, with USB and internet connection, does anyone know if this is the one to go for? is it better than the bravia's i missed at M&S?!

EDIT: Sorry, don't know a lot about tvs at all! Appears this doesn't have USB? Will it have HD Freeview channels or just standard?

Edited By: brooky on Aug 30, 2010 12:19: Update
#5
brooky
i've been looking for a good value 32" for ages, with USB and internet connection, does anyone know if this is the one to go for? is it better than the bravia's i missed at M&S?!

EDIT: Sorry, don't know a lot about tvs at all! Appears this doesn't have USB? Will it have HD Freeview channels or just standard?
A good value 32" with USB, Internet and Freeview HD? Sounds like an LG to me.

Try this......LG 32LD690 from Digital Direct for £379 delivered (also 2.5% Quidco before VAT so about £8 )

http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p44/cutthroat_jake/LGTV.jpg

CJ




Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Aug 30, 2010 14:19: Add Pic
#6
thanks cutthroat, think i'm gonna go for that one
#7
I have had most major makes of TVs over the years and Panosonic are the best IMO by a Country mile.
#8
cutthroat_jake
brooky
i've been looking for a good value 32" for ages, with USB and internet connection, does anyone know if this is the one to go for? is it better than the bravia's i missed at M&S?!

EDIT: Sorry, don't know a lot about tvs at all! Appears this doesn't have USB? Will it have HD Freeview channels or just standard?
A good value 32" with USB, Internet and Freeview HD? Sounds like an LG to me.

Try this......LG 32LD690 from Digital Direct for £379 delivered (also 2.5% Quidco before VAT so about £8 )

http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p44/cutthroat_jake/LGTV.jpg

CJ






Not as good a deal as the Panosonic by a long way.
#9
guest5234
I have had most major makes of TVs over the years and Panosonic are the best IMO by a Country mile.
I agree. Panasonic are the nuts, I own a 42" Panny plasma, but you'd be paying a serious wedge for one with all the toys. The poster wanted value for money, and several specific features, not the best picture.

CJ

Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Aug 30, 2010 15:58: Edit
#10
Hot! Great price for a HD Panny.

Think I'll hold out for one at this price with Freeview HD and Freesat HD.....I might be in for a wait.
#11
Does any one know if it's worth getting 1080p for a 32" over 720p or can you simply not tell the difference?

My son wants to primarily use it for the Xbox 360.

Having said that I can't even find a 720p Panasonic 32" for this price!
#12
1080p Panasonic for only 329 HOT LIKE F..K
#13
Just bought this from Costco. They had it on their current vouchers list at £350 (£50 off) but when in-store the same voucher is displayed with the TV but with the price another £50 cheaper. Paid in all £293.73 - but best of all also includes their 5 year no fuss warranty.

Brialliant TV at this price for son's bedroom.

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