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Just having a look around on the M&S site after looking at the Samsung 40" tele that had gone and came across this?

Don't know if it's a good deal or not and it's about £100 more expensive than the Samsung but it includes a Panasonic Blu-Ray?

Goes into basket at around £550 but takes an extra £70 off when you get to the checkout bit, well it did for me.

Seems to be about 40 left at the time of posting, hope it helps?
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UnclePotter#1
Only 50hz........other than that seems ok,especially with a free Blu Ray player and 5 year warranty
soul_man_uk#2
Comes up at £482.50 for me with delivery, good find and will do the job for me thanks. voted hot.
twinkle#3
It's giving you the blu-ray free but then also the discount on the bluray, which is £70...nice spot.
...but on some it's not giving the bluray player free at all, even though it should, just the £70 discount

Edited By: twinkle on Sep 13, 2011 11:12
UnclePotter#4
It doesn't have a scart socket? is that not essential.Sorry to sound so dim as never had a flat screen tv before,this could be just what I'm looking for.
Prosamuraiman#5
UnclePotter
It doesn't have a scart socket? is that not essential.Sorry to sound so dim as never had a flat screen tv before,this could be just what I'm looking for.


According to Argos it has two..... although the 37 inch version has one (I've seen this personally).

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5298570.htm


Edited By: Prosamuraiman on Sep 13, 2011 11:35
mango carrot#6
UnclePotter
It doesn't have a scart socket? is that not essential.Sorry to sound so dim as never had a flat screen tv before,this could be just what I'm looking for.


Ideally you want to be using HDMI cables, to get the best from your HDTV. The BR Player will use one, as do most modern consoles (Wii doesn't) and Sky TV HD. It's essential only if you still have equipment that uses them I guess.
UnclePotter#7
mango carrot
UnclePotter
It doesn't have a scart socket? is that not essential.Sorry to sound so dim as never had a flat screen tv before,this could be just what I'm looking for.


Ideally you want to be using HDMI cables, to get the best from your HDTV. The BR Player will use one, as do most modern consoles (Wii doesn't) and Sky TV HD. It's essential only if you still have equipment that uses them I guess.


Thank yo so much for your help...At present we have an old 28" crt JVC set with a Sky+ box(not HD) and a Toshiba DVD player

I am wanting a 40/42" set with a Blu Ray player and hoping to get surround sound speakers as well.
What cables would I have to buy ,any help would be gratefully received.
mgk#8
Great deal.

Uncle potter - i may get shot down bu tthis is how i would see it
you would need a HDMI cable to connect the BluRay
Sky+ box non HD connects vis scart usually - so if it doesnt have one you would need a scart to component cable (the 3 red, white yellow cables)
Surround sound - if buying a new one you may just connect via HDMI - but there are loads of connection options for surround systems.
UnclePotter#9
mgk
Great deal.

Uncle potter - i may get shot down bu tthis is how i would see it
you would need a HDMI cable to connect the BluRay
Sky+ box non HD connects vis scart usually - so if it doesnt have one you would need a scart to component cable (the 3 red, white yellow cables)
Surround sound - if buying a new one you may just connect via HDMI - but there are loads of connection options for surround systems.


Thank you very helpful.:)

As I already have a couple of scart leads I will get a couple of HDMI ones to be on the safe side.
mgk#10
Just had a look at Panasonic web site as i recommended a friend buy this once i saw thw deal on here:
http://tda.panasonic-europe-service.com/docs/2z4e6f47c0z3z30cb4z656ez706466z21z2014cd4c681360e0782a6865fd1b1ea394a023fd/tsn2/data/EU/TXL32E3B/OI/855256/TQB0E2086.pdf
page 10 seems to confirm this does have a scart as far as I can tell
rob200375#11
UnclePotter
mgk
Great deal.

Uncle potter - i may get shot down bu tthis is how i would see it
you would need a HDMI cable to connect the BluRay
Sky+ box non HD connects vis scart usually - so if it doesnt have one you would need a scart to component cable (the 3 red, white yellow cables)
Surround sound - if buying a new one you may just connect via HDMI - but there are loads of connection options for surround systems.

Thank you very helpful.:)

As I already have a couple of scart leads I will get a couple of HDMI ones to be on the safe side.
buy your scart leads from poundland unless you need longer than 1 metre.
bob_regis#12
Is this Panasonic television a really reflective one like there Plasma screens?
mgk#13
Cant stop revisiting this deal......i am not very up to speed on such things so if someone could clarrify it would be useful

So the TV doesnt have DNLA - so you cant stream movies music phots etc from your PC.
It does however have an Ethernet port - does that mean it will receive BBC iplayer if you stick it on your wifi HUB using a cable?

I also see that the BluRay in the package DOES have DNLA - so you could presumably stream anything from your PC to the TV via the bluray input.
sanjeevmamgain#14
This is hot but doesn't have WIFI or DLNA enabled
ths#15
Good find.
wish I didn't buy my 42 inch 2 years ago.
frakison#16
ths
Good find.
wish I didn't buy my 42 inch 2 years ago.

Dont then?!?! :D
mrgentry#17
anyone get this at this price as it stays at £550 for me
mgk#18
mrgentry
anyone get this at this price as it stays at £550 for me


Need to add the bluray and go to checkout as in the OP
mgk#19
3% cashback from Quidco too
1apple#20
Hot from me

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