Panasonic Viera TX-L42U2B 42" Full HD LCD TV, 1080p, 100Hz £424 @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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PANASONIC VIERA TX-L42U2B 42" Full HD LCD TV
1080P, 100Hz
MORE MONEY OFF WITH QUIDCO!!!

£495 on AMAZON

£25 off all orders over £399 + 3% quidco
or
5% of all order over £299 + 3% quidco

Making it around 424 + 3% Quidco


ONLY 50 hz
- Jake1983
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suspended#1
you can use the same codes + quidco for other tv's;

SAMSUNG LE40C530 40" Full HD LCD TV
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le40c530-40-full-hd-lcd-tv-05037935-pdt.html

i would personally go for SHARP LC40CT2E 40" Full HD LCD TV for £398.97-(£25+3%Quidco)=£362.75p? i think, but its out of stock? Its the cheapest option for a 40" Full HD LCD TV.
1 Like #2
where does it say it is 100hz, richer sounds state it is only 50hz?

Also Argos state 50 hz, you should amend title, otherwise ok deal.

Edited By: Jake1983 on Dec 10, 2010 23:57
#3
just ordered one, this has an IPS panel! not sure if its the ips-alpha or lg's s-ips, anyone?

edit: its s-ips, still a fantastic panel for the price.

Edited By: arnoldma on Dec 11, 2010 03:09: edit
#4
thanks! hot deal :)

Edited By: arnoldma on Dec 11, 2010 02:17: edit
#5
anyone know of any good deals on a 46"+ lcd tv

Edited By: blineboy on Dec 11, 2010 03:11
#6
Would be a better deal if it was the Plasma version, much better picture
#7
stezo2k
Would be a better deal if it was the Plasma version, much better picture

I picked this up last weekend, in store only but for £398 and 5 year Panasonic warrenty seemed good.
http://www.bennettsonline.co.uk/entertainment/televisions/plasma-tv/panasonic-txp42x20b-42-plasma-tv/9146

I am very pleased with picture and sound.
#8
With LED and 3D models getting cheaper all the time is it a good time or a bad time to buy an LCD TV I wonder?
#9
Does this 1080p HD TV only have standard definition integrated Freeview? (as it does not mention FreeviewHD anywhere in the spec)

I don`t know whether this is a good price or not, but am I alone in being confused at the concept of a FullHD TV that only has an integrated SD television signal... I suppose if you have another source (Sky/Cable) it wouldnt really matter, but for those who dont... well I will let you draw your own conclusions.
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stezo2k
Would be a better deal if it was the Plasma version, much better picture


Plasmas are like going back to CRT, if your living room design lets in a lot of light.
Reflections on TVs drove me nuts, even before I knew the future would nearly eradicate them.

Edited By: Gold Feet on Dec 11, 2010 11:02
#11
I have the Panasonic Viera 42" Plasma HD Ready in the bedroom & it is superb so I would imagine that this one is excellent!

Edited By: snowtiger on Dec 11, 2010 11:05
#12
Gold Feet
stezo2k
Would be a better deal if it was the Plasma version, much better picture


Plasmas are like going back to CRT, if your living room design lets in a lot of light.
Reflections on TVs drove me nuts, even before I knew the future would nearly eradicate them.


I have a panasonic plasma, in winter its fine but in summer the relections are awful, end up having to shut out all the light just to watch tv. Dark winters evening watching a blu ray however the picture is brilliant. So all depends where you're using it I guess.
#13
arnoldma
just ordered one, this has an IPS panel! not sure if its the ips-alpha or lg's s-ips, anyone?

edit: its s-ips, still a fantastic panel for the price.


Both the play and amazon descriptions say it ips-alpha
#14
i know, i saw that too, but checked on avforums people there are saying it's lg s-ips as ips-alpha panels only goes up to 37" (so its on 37 and below models), im happy either way they are both great panels!
#15
In need of a new tv, is this one better than PANASONIC TX-P42U20B 42" PLASMA TV for £449.00 at Comet? Would really appreciate your views, many thanks
#16
anyone got this tv,, is it any good
#17
im also looking for a 46 47 inch tv anyone know of any good offers
1 Like #18
HesFamily4
In need of a new tv, is this one better than PANASONIC TX-P42U20B 42" PLASMA TV for £449.00 at Comet? Would really appreciate your views, many thanks

I have a 42 panny plasma and a 32 panny LCD. The picuture on the plasma is way better.
LCD is OK for a 2nd tv, but will always have plasma for the main TV in the living room.
#19
999pez
HesFamily4
In need of a new tv, is this one better than PANASONIC TX-P42U20B 42" PLASMA TV for £449.00 at Comet? Would really appreciate your views, many thanks
I have a 42 panny plasma and a 32 panny LCD. The picuture on the plasma is way better.LCD is OK for a 2nd tv, but will always have plasma for the main TV in the living room.

Many thanks for your advice, much appreciated - Happy Christmas!
#20
RedOnRed
With LED and 3D models getting cheaper all the time is it a good time or a bad time to buy an LCD TV I wonder?


In before someone else informs you that there is no such thing as an LED tv ( at least not this size... yet ), they are merely LCD Tv's with an LED backlight.

Oh and LCD and 3D Aren't mutually exclusive.


Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Dec 12, 2010 11:05
#21
Not another Plasma vs LCD debate again.....zzzzz

It may not be a panny plasma but this looks a cracking price for what will be a decent TV.
#22
Im also torn between the TX-L42U2P from Currys and the TX-P42U20B from comet!!!! come peeps any more opinion on these? Should I try and go for the TX-P42S20B perhaps????

Will I really struggle with the plasma screen in the daylight...which one for gaming ...etc etc DOH!!!
#23
NOT 100HZ people.

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